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Springfield, Springfield, It’s a Hell of a Town

YouTube recently recommended this series of Simpsons Mysteries videos, which are interesting to people like me who tend to over-analyze just about everything we enjoy. Obviously the show negates any real notion of continuity in time or place. Springfield can … Continue reading

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Rocket to Your Doom

I watched the most recent Simpsons, and I can’t say I’m too keen on the idea of the family visiting Rigel 7, home of Kang and Kodos, in a regular episode. This is especially true so soon after the Futurama … Continue reading

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The Griffins Meet the Simpsons

I suppose I might as well take a look at the Simpsons/Family Guy crossover, since I do still watch both shows. It was pretty heavily built up for something that probably would have gone over much better years ago. It … Continue reading

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Wave of the Future!

We got another look into the Simpsons’ future in the most recent episode, and it looks like they’re actually trying to be somewhat consistent this time. Several early episodes included looks into the future, one of the most memorable being … Continue reading

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The Initial Problem

It’s sort of an unspoken rule that cartoon characters tend to have the middle initial J. It’s probably really not as common as you might think, but it does show up in quite a few unrelated cartoon franchises. In The … Continue reading

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The Blurst of Seasons

The main thing I gathered from the twenty-third season of The Simpsons was that the writers aren’t really all that interested in writing stories for the Simpsons universe anymore. Rather, they want to write unrelated plots that somehow shoehorn in … Continue reading

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