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BTWF: Hank Azaria on The Fresh Prince of Bel-Air
April 1st, 2021 under Before They Were Famous, The Simpsons. [ Comments: none ]

Before Hank Azaria was Chief Wiggum on The Simpsons, he was just a police officer on The Fresh Prince of Bel-Air. He looks the same now as he did when he was 26 in that 1990 episode.


The Simpsons turns 700 on Sunday
March 19th, 2021 under The Simpsons. [ Comments: none ]

The Simpsons has been on the air for so long that on Sunday, it will air its 700th episode. In honor of the milestone, they asked Bill Plympton to animate the couch gag. What we got is a cool and different take of the show’s opening. One that is so out there, I am all trippy over it.

When it comes to the episode itself, we are going to learn something new and secretive about Ned Flanders. What will be? I hope it is something kinky, like when we learned what a sexy body he has.


The Simpsons just won’t die
March 3rd, 2021 under The Simpsons. [ Comments: 1 ]

Fox announced today that they picked up The Simpsons for a 33rd and 34th season. That means the show will be creating new episodes until at least 2023. By the end of that season, they will have aired 757 original episodes.

At this rate, no primetime scripted show will be able to catch up. Even scarier, we are getting to the point that the animated show is going to outlive the people who write it and more importantly the people behind the voices.

I mean, if you think about it, most of the people who watch it, were not even born when it debuted in 1989.

Hey Homer Simpson, how long has your show been on the air? “Woo Hoo! With any luck the show will soon be older than I am,” he said. How old is he? We will find out when the show catches up to him. Something, I am sure it will do. I am sure it will even be as old as Grandpa Simpson some day. We will all be watching it from our nursing home rooms just like A does every Sunday.


Fox’s Animation Domination is coming back on September 27th!
July 22nd, 2020 under Fox, Seth MacFarlane, The Simpsons. [ Comments: none ]

Even though almost all of the television production has been shut down since March, animation hasn’t stopped working. That is good news for the fans of Fox’s Animation Domination. On September 27th, The Simpsons, Bless the Harts, Bob’s Burgers, and Family Guy will all be back with new episodes.

Any other year, this would be who cares news. However, this year I am doing backflips in excitement. Unlike in the cartoons, it really hurts when you bang into the wall. Ouch. At least, I will be able to laugh again in September when the four shows are back. Hopefully, by then, I will be healed from those backflips I just did.

Can’t wait until September for new episodes, all four sitcoms and Duncanville will all be doing panels at San Diego’s Comic-Con@Home this weekend. Don’t do a backflip.


The Simpsons will read their 700th episode
June 4th, 2020 under The Simpsons. [ Comments: none ]

Al Jean/Twitter

The Simpsons have been on our air for so long that the show has broken several television records. It is the longest-running scripted program ever to grace our televisions. They beat out Gunsmoke’s record of 634 episodes. A milestone that no one ever thought would be toppled.

However, not only did they break it, they are still going strong. Today, Al Jean, who is an executive producer on the animated series, announced that they are doing a table read for their 700th episode today.

Congrats to our favorite television family. Today, I will sit on my couch in honor of you.

In case you are wondering why The Simpsons is filming new episodes now during the coronavirus pandemic while live-action shows have no start day. For the most part, animated television has been largerly unaffected by it because the voice actors can work from home.


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