I Found Something Good on the Season 12 DVDs!

There’s a nine minute featurette that’s nothing but Comic Book Guy moments and it works well because it’s only from older seasons.  (It’s on Disc 2.)  It starts with “Three Men and a Comic Book” and goes from there.  There are only clips from two Season 12 episodes and then it ends with him admitting he wasted his life as he dies in “Treehouse of Horror VIII”.  There is nothing from Seasons 13+.  That’s most likely due to legal reasons, none of the later seasons are legally available on home video yet, but it still makes for an entertaining few minutes with a minimum of Zombie Simpsons.

Plus, I always love hearing him proudly declare that he’s got a masters degree in folklore and mythology.

2 Responses to “I Found Something Good on the Season 12 DVDs!”

  1. 22 August 2009 at 9:52 pm

    I can hardly contain myself when it comes to the prospect of future DVD featurettes focusing on Manjula and Lindsey Naegle.

  2. 2 Lovejoy fan
    25 October 2009 at 10:35 am

    This is probably because after he started becoming overused on Zombie Simpsons he became rapidly unfunny. Those are his best moments, although why they based the season on him is beyond me.

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