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“Stole, made up, what’s the difference?” Bojack Horseman and The Simpsons, Part 2

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Simpsons Joke Origins: Superstar Celebrity Microphone

The episode Radio Bart centers around Bart being given a toy microphone for his birthday, and the pranks he uses it for. These start innocently enough with him tricking Homer into believing an alien invasion is happening, or ordering the Flanders … Continue reading

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Twin Peaks: I Have Absolutely No Idea What’s Going On

TWIN PEAKS runs neck and neck for “most important TV series of the 1990s” alongside The Simpsons. Each program defined the decade in which they were created, in their own way. Completely different, and seemingly impossible to imagine actually making … Continue reading

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“Does Marge Have Friends?” A Poem by Raphael Bob-Waksberg

As you know if you read this post, in addition to The Simpsons, we at Flim Springfield also love Bojack Horseman. So I’m very glad that today I stumbled over this small masterpiece by Bojack Horseman creator and showrunner, Raphael Bob-Waksberg. It’s … Continue reading

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The most romantic moments in Simpsons history: #1!

Skinner and Mrs. Krabappel dancing in the cafeteria What can we say about this one? Principal Skinner and Ms. Krabappel are two lonely souls who really deserve love. Seeing them find each other is beautiful. And the scene where they lock … Continue reading

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The most romantic moments in Simpsons history: #2!

Homer using his boutonnière to repair Marge’s dress that Artie ripped Young Homer the dumbass and young Marge the studious achiever seemed like an unlikely combination, but his inner sweetness ends up winning her over. This little gesture sums it … Continue reading

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The most romantic moments in Simpsons history: #4!

Homer getting the spa tickets for Marge by test-driving a Bentley We both made a note of this one because it’s so rare that Homer goes out of his way to do something genuinely thoughtful for his wife. Marge didn’t ask … Continue reading

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