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What it's like to be the Flanders

Remember the Flanders family from The Simpson’s TV show? They were Homer and Marge’s quirky, religious next door neighbours.

Ned had those prim-and-proper sweater sets, and the kids had more Bible knowledge than many of the modern-day religion professors in North America. 854 more words

S23 E11 - The D'oh-cial Network

Hey, remember how on Monday Krusty made a joke about how lame it was that Itchy and Scratchy did a Social Network reference, when that movie was several years old at that time? 1,095 more words

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566. My Fare Lady

Original airdate: February 15, 2015

The premise:
After accidentally getting the bar completely wrecked, Homer, Lenny and Carl gets Moe a job at the nuclear plant, but tensions rise when he is quickly promoted. 884 more words

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Game of Thrones’ Nikolaj Coster-Waldau signs up for The Simpsons

Jamie Lannister in Springfield? Nikolaj Coster-Waldau is heading to The Simpsons.

The Game of Thrones actor is leaving the Iron Throne to head to Bart Simpson town for a new episode in its 29th season, which will air on Fox later this year. 171 more words


565. Walking Big & Tall

Original airdate: February 8, 2015

The premise:
Homer is empowered by a fat acceptance group to be proud of his size, much to Marge’s chagrin. In an unrelated opening act, Bart and Lisa write a new Springfield town anthem. 934 more words

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S23 E10 - Politically Inept, with Homer Simpson

So…today’s a weird day here on Lifetime of Simpsons. It’s an interesting episode, I’ll give it that. I’ll get into it later, but this is a difficult episode to talk about. 1,360 more words

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Soapbox: 15 Things You Never Knew About The Simpsons Movie

When it comes to ranking the most important TV shows of all time, The Simpsons must surely be up there. Not only is it the longest-running sitcom in American history – animated or otherwise – it’s also racked up dozens of awards and left an unparalleled imprint on Western pop culture. 164 more words