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Desc:Yes, co-written and produced by Michael Jackson; Music videos don't get much more 90s than this.
Category:Music Videos, Classic TV Clips
Tags:Simpsons, 90s, Michael Jackson, bart, 90s Video Week
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Comment count is 19
LeMoyne IV - 2007-09-03
I know I'm bad.

I bet you know why.
FeeFiFoFoTheFifeFifeBrown - 2007-09-03
"Bad like Michael Jackson" was really a whole different thing fifteen years ago.

sloth love crunk - 2007-09-03
bart used to be such a little fag
garcet71283 - 2007-09-03
It's easy to forget how Bart-centric the show originally was.
With that said, good video...brings me back.
Unmerciful Crushing Force - 2007-09-03
Is this when they were still being animated by Klasky-Csupo?
Ersatz - 2007-09-03
That is so 1991.
Sean Robinson - 2007-09-03
In the fifth grade, I once saw people synchronised dancing to this song.
x - 2007-09-03
Worst video ever.
Doctor Hackenbush - 2007-09-03
Laaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaame. I can't believe this didn't destroy their credibility.
takewithfood - 2007-09-03
It didn't?

They have credibility?

Torture the Artist - 2007-09-03
hahaha, god preserve the precious credibility of the simpsons.

cartoon raps are never without IMPORTANT REPERCUSSIONS.

RockBolt - 2007-09-03
Credibility? The Simpsons Sing the Blues was recorded in 1990, about 10 months after the show debuted as a half hour program. This effetively pre-dated all credibility the Simpsons ever had

theSnake - 2007-09-03
I couldn't watch the whole thing.
drcrypt - 2007-09-03
I could, and I was surprised by how good the song was, considering what it was. Sure, Michael Jackson produced it on the crapper, but you can still hear it. The fact that he produced this really explains his early "guest appearance" on the show, and becomes strangely troubling when you consider the fact that he was only interested in the Simpsons when it revolved around a prepubescent ten year old boy from an abusive home.

Camonk - 2007-09-03
I seem to recall thinking this was pretty awesome when I was twelve. I'm not so sure, now.
glasseye - 2007-09-04
Me too.


Old_Zircon - 2007-09-04

Caminante Nocturno - 2007-09-05
They made another one, didn't they?
thebaronsdoctor - 2009-02-20
What happened to the Bart who put Mothballs in the beff stew indeed.
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