Tag Archives: Classic Simpsons

Simpsons joke origins: Sideshow Bob’s campaign ad

Remember when Sideshow Bob ran for mayor? I’ll spare you the embarrassment of not knowing who Sideshow Bob is and show you his campaign ad. I wasn’t old enough to be paying attention in 1988, but I was paying attention 2 … Continue reading

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Harry Shearer leaves The Simpsons (…probably!)

So we saw the tweets, and news about Harry Shearer and Team Simpsons not being able to come to an contract agreement. And thought, well obviously Harry said… There were some sensitive and tough negotiations And Fox thought about it Then Al … Continue reading

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Gone Girl: Cool Girls and Yellow Trash

Diana read and enjoyed the book Gone Girl, and we planned to watch the movie without recasting it for Flim Springfield, but when the credits started to roll, we couldn’t help ourselves. We were split on our opinion of the … Continue reading

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Coming soon: Gone Girl

Can the Simpsons reach the depths of amorality unearthed in Gone Girl, the David Fincher movie based on the book by Gillian Flynn?    

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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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