I still haven’t watched last Sunday’s Zombie Simpson offering, but according to Charlie Sweatpants I didn’t miss much. And that guy is a straight shooter. Unless theres profit to be had… but since he is a blogger I don’t have to worry about that.
Anyway I thought I would peruse the usual fansites to see what the Zombie Legion had to say about it before I sat down for my weekly lobotomy:
“I need to see this episode again if I want to give a more in-depth review, but for now, I’ll be generous and give it a 4/5.” – linonelhutz123 (nohomers.net)
With any luck you’ll be the judge at my next DUI trial.
“Springfield Elementary has only 2 N’s and no Z so there is no way the could have 3 z’s next to willy’s head” -Ben S. (hulu.com)
At least someone had the nerve to point this out. (note: As I haven’t seen the episode, this comment almost made me vomit in terror.)
“This episode is worth your time for the laughs.” – meathead704 (tv.com)
Especially if you value your time like Zimbabwe values their currency.
“I had no real problems, though limited patience for Anne Hathaway.” – striz (nohomers.net)
If you are picking Zombie Simpsons over Anne Hathaway you do indeed have real problems.
“it made me laugh i dont know why nobody is wirting good reveiws” – Katie H. (hulu.com)
I bet you can’t figure out why your school bus was always so short either.
“I do like Nelson giving him advice from the bushes “Punch her! Punch her!”" – Limbonaut (televisionwithoutpity.com)
So Nelson was guest-voiced by Chris Brown this week?
“Particularly enjoyable is that the episode manages to contrive two equally engrossing plotlines that echo the previous episode’s sentimentalist approach.” – amazingwebhead (tv.com)
I can see how that would be enjoyable, but what did you think of this week’s Simpsons?
Despite the various warnings I have copied and pasted here, I’ll have to watch the episode tonight as my wife and I have a bet riding on it. Apparently there is a scene where Homer kills a fly at the dinner table: My wife bets the fly lands on Homer’s forehead and he stabs it with a knife while the camera pans back to a view of the house as Homer screams, I say the fly lands on his hand and he tries to stab it with a fork leading to an equally unfunny scream scene… Either way I guess we both lose.