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

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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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Joke Origins: Poochie, The Whatizit? and the ’96 Olympics

In advance of the 2016 Summer Olympics, Atlanta Magazine published a deep and delightful oral history of The Whatizit?. If you don’t remember the Whatizit?, also known as Izzy, don’t worry. There are gloomier memories from Atlanta’s Summer Games besides its star-farting, … Continue reading

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

Kidding! The minds behind Flim Springfield have been enjoying the hell out of Netflix original cartoon Bojack Horseman. Its unique blend of heart-wrenching drama and adult humor plus its unflinching look at life with depression have made it a favorite in … 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: #3!

Marge makes a special cake for Homer Marge knows her husband completely, from blood type and how many hairs on his head, to how sensitive he can be (never giggle at his Sherlock Holmes hat).  When Homer is put in charge of decorating Maggie’s birthday cake–because everyone … Continue reading

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