|Stopheles - 2007-07-03 |
There isn't a wasted second in this episode (the best one in the series).
Needs an "Alitheia tag," though.
|Cheese - 2007-07-03 |
It should be noted in a later episode where the kids find Prof. Frick's time traveling TV, Homer lives in a house under the sea.
Damn. Good observation there. And I thought I was a Simpsons fan.
I just wrote a series of articles on the Simpsons for UGO.com, I watched a massive amount of episodes that week. Not that I'm not a fan and all, but normally I wouldn't have notice it.
|Calamity Jon - 2007-07-03 |
I love the ring of fish skeletons and Maggie riding around on the ray...
|doc duodenum - 2007-07-03 |
Why are people such snobs when it comes to the Simpsons? These things never make it though the Hopper. Maggie in Ayn Rand's School for Tots was one of the best things this show has ever done.
I think it's that the show has been bad for so long (almost as long as it was good) that it's hard to want to watch a scene that you're not immediately familiar with, for fear of it being a crappy recent ripoff of FAMILY GUY.
You can't ripoff a ripoff of yourself.
One thing is, that everyone's already seen this stuff. I'd rather watch new stuff than old clips that everybody knows by heart, no matter how brilliant.
Xeno - Family Guy ripped off the Simpsons, sure, but it also added completely awful comic pacing and non-sequitors in place of actual jokes or characterization. Unfortunately, the Simpsons' writers have been trying to catch up to the worst possible aspects of an inferior knockoff.
|Unmerciful Crushing Force - 2007-07-03 |
There'll be no accusations; just friendly crusteaceans under the seeeeeaaaa...
|Rodents of Unusual Size - 2007-07-06 |
"That's your solution to everything, live under the sea, it's not gonna happen"
|bopeton - 2007-07-10 |
Best episode ever.
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