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Day 6 of the fall season
September 30th, 2018 under CBS, Fox, Seth MacFarlane, The Simpsons. [ Comments: none ]

The Simpsons turn the big 3-0 tonight at 8p on Fox. In honor of the milestone, they do a couch gag that shows an iconic scene from all 30 seasons. It will remind how great this show has been during all of these decades.

Now it is time to talk about the episode. Bart gets into a really bad accident, says that he died and came back. His story gets out there and a Christain film company wants to do a movie about his experience. Homer and Flanders produce the film that will either star Gal Gadot or Emily Deschanel as Marge Simpson. Can this biopic get made without any complications? Of course not which is why we love this animated sitcom so much.

Then at 8:30p, Bob’s Burgers celebrates its 150th episode. Boyz Four, think One Direction, loses a member and they are holding auditions to replace him. Tina goes in disguise to try out and to find a cute boy she saw. While looking for him, she finds another cute boy and another one. Each has their song. If you are going to get this milestone than it is something to sing about and they are singing.

Then at 9p, Brian gets married on Family Guy. Brian wants to meet the perfect woman for him, but the only thing is that she has cancer. When she finds out it terminal, Brian offers to marry her. The two become Quahog celebrities when Tom Tucker features them on his show.

I have seen every episode of the show and I think the 2-part season premiere might the show’s worst episodes yet. Hopefully, they will get better as the season goes on because foRel is going to need it.

Over at CBS at 8:30p, Miles gets a friend request that will change his life forever on Gd Friended Me.

Miles (Brandon Micheal Hall) grew up with a father (Joe Morton) who is a reverend. When he was a kid something happened that made him lose his faith. So much so, he started a podcast saying there is no Gd.

Then he gets a friend request from Gd and he thinks it is a joke. That is until he gets another request to friend someone else. A man who is about to jump in front of a train until Miles stops him.

Miles gets a new friend request for Cara Bloom (Violett Beane). He thinks the writer is in on it, but she swears she isn’t. She needs to write a story and decides to tells Miles’ tale. Now the two of them, who need saving, try to find out why Gd wants to be his friend.

It has been 18 years since CBS cancelled Early Edition, and I have been waiting for them to do a show as good as that one. Finally, they have done it with this show. This is the only new show that a family can watch together. So sit down as one and watch this drama with your loved ones.


Disenchanted is enchanting
August 20th, 2018 under Netflix, The Simpsons. [ Comments: none ]

Matt Groening is back with her first new animated show since Futurama and Disenchanted is absolutely enchanting. The Simpsons is set in current time (even though they don’t age), Futurama is set in the future and the show that is now streaming on Netflix now takes place in the past.

Bean (Abbi Jacobson) is the Princess of Dreamland in medieval times and she is not your traditional princess. She likes to drink, gamble and fool around. When her father, King Zøg (John DiMaggio) forces her to marry someone for an alliance to get magic, she does everything in her power not to marry him.

No matter what she does, her wedding day is finally here. When her future husband falls on the sword, it looks like she is in the free and clear. That is until her father tells her she has to marry his brother (Matt Berry). It looks like she is doomed until an elf named Elfo (Nat Faxon) crashes the wedding. Bean and her demon Luci (Eric Andre) make a run for it with Elfo.

Together the three of them will rebel against society and her father. They will seek out on new adventures and discover new places. No matter what happens, they have each other. While we have an enjoyable show to watch.

Each of the first 10 episodes is better than the one before it. All leading up to a shocking season finale that sets up the next 10 episodes that are coming to Netflix. I cannot wait to see what happens next because what has already happened is so very good.


Disenchantment looks enchanting
July 22nd, 2018 under Netflix, The Simpsons. [ Comments: none ]

I do not know about you, but I am still missing Galavant. Since then, I have been looking for something to replace it. Finally, a new show on Netflix will fill that hole on August 17th and it is Disenchantment. While it is not a musical, it is the next best thing. An animated show from the creator of The Simpsons.

It is the type of cartoon you cannot watch with your kids, but they will want to watch it too. It is something that is all ours and not theirs. Which is what the world needs more of!


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.


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.


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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