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The Simpsons does what no other scripted primetime show has ever done!
April 29th, 2018 under The Simpsons. [ Comments: none ]


Back on June 18, 1961, when Gunsmoke aired their final episode, no one ever thought that any other show would break their record. Now almost 57 years, The Simpsons tells them to eat their shorts.

That is because tonight at 8p on Fox, the animated sitcom will air its 636th episode. Which is one more episode than all of the Western’s, making The Simpsons the longest-running scripted U.S. primetime television series.

While it only took Gunsmoke 20 years to reach that number, The Simpsons had to wait until their 29th season to get to that milestone. A milestone they will surpass with each episode moving forward.

Congrats!

So what happens tonight? Homer sells his car to a derby and takes the family to see it get it destroyed. While they are there, Grandpa has a heart attack and it looks like he is going to die. Since he is on his deathbed, he makes a confession to his son. One that if he lives will tear their family apart. What could it be? You don’t want to miss the 636th episode of this series to find out what this devastating secret is.

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Did you miss this Simpsons’ joke?
April 9th, 2018 under The Simpsons. [ Comments: 2 ]


Even though we know that every week Bart Simpson is going to write something different on the blackboard, that does not mean we will watch the opening from The Simpsons to see it.

If you missed the theme song, then you missed what Bart wrote. What did he write? Al Jean reminded us of the hard work that his writers did when they came up with this funny line, “April Showers did not date the president.” As we all know, especially Michael Cohen, her name is Stormy Daniels.

All around the country, parents have had to tell their kids all about Stormy Daniels and what she and POTUS did. But for a few minutes all they had to do was explain to them what April showers really are. Or this year it seems to be more like April snow.

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The Simpsons goes ’70s cop show, Stewie gets help on Family Guy
March 18th, 2018 under Seth MacFarlane, The Simpsons. [ Comments: none ]


Tonight at 8p on Fox, The Simpsons back and Homer Simpson falls for an expensive painting at the museum. Sadly, it is being auctioned off and some billionaire bought it. Right after the auction the priceless art piece goes missing and Homer is the #1 suspect? Did he do it? Mr Manacek is on the case and he is like Mannix, Columbo and Kojak all rolled into one. He will do everything in his power to solve the mystery. The biggest one since who shot Mr Burns, which is about the same time that Mr Manacek’s show was airing.


Then at 9p, Stewie goes to see a therapist and this Family Guy episode is only about them. Stewie goes there to be analyzed, but turns out he analyzes the therapist instead. When the youngest Griffin is done, he realizes something about himself. He reveals a side of himself we have never seen before. That is the only reason to watch this episode.

I have seen every episode of the show, and this was my least favorite one. At least they tried something different. Sometimes it works and sometimes it doesn’t. To me this is a doesn’t.

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It’s a holly jolly Christmas couch gag for The Simpsons
December 7th, 2017 under The Simpsons. [ Comments: none ]


When I was kid, I learned a good way to wake up early, is to drink a lot of water before you go to sleep, from a Simpsons Christmas episode. Well, it is that time of year again and our favorite animated family is getting into the spirit early. This Sunday they will be airing their holiday episode and they unwrapped their couch gag early for us enjoy. It is the gift that will keep on giving. Whenever you need a Christmas fix, just watch it to nearly 2 minutes and it will feel like December 25th every day of the year!

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Maggie gets her own The Simpsons: Treehouse of Horror
October 22nd, 2017 under The Simpsons. [ Comments: none ]


Tonight at 8p, it is time for The Simpsons’ XXVIII Treehouse of Horror. The episode starts off with our favorite animated family being sweeter than ever. Could be because they are all candy bars. Well all but one, who is an apple. Can you guess who?

Then, it is about time that Maggie got her own horror story for Halloween and tonight she gets a new take on a very scary classic tale. Exorcist. Our awwwdorable little pacifier sucking baby becomes pure evil. How will they get her back?

Next up, Lisa Simpson escapes to an alternate world that is better than the one she is living in. Will she decide to stay there, even though she will have to make an unforeseen sacrifice?

Finally, Homer’s tale might be the weirdest story that The Simpsons have told to date. Will you eat it up?

Even though this the 28th Treehouse of Horror, it is still as fresh as all the candy you will get trick or treating on Halloween.

BTW next year’s Treehouse of Horror is the episode that will be the one that puts The Simpsons on top of Gunsmoke with the most episodes produced by scripted television. How many episodes? It will be their 636th and I have seen them all! How many have you seen?

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