20
Feb
11

All Glory Is Fleeting

George C. Scott

Image used under Creative Commons License from Flickr user cliff1066™.

“Arggh, my groin!” – George C. Scott

There’s new Zombie Simpsons in about an hour.  It’s gonna be bad:

Bart’s cartoon about an angry dad is turned into Angry Dad: The Movie and quickly becomes a critics’ favorite. When Russell Brand (guest-voicing as himself) presents the Golden Globe to Bart’s film, Homer usurps the podium and gives his own acceptance speech. The film’s winning streak continues with Homer taking credit at each ceremony, so when Angry Dad receives an Oscar nomination, Bart keeps it a secret.

With the help of DJ Kwanzaa (guest voice Smoove), Homer and Marge arrive at the ceremony just as Halle Berry (guest-voicing as herself) presents the award. Bart’s fellow nominee, Nick Park (guest-voicing as himself), helps him realize that creating a film is a team effort, and Bart gives credit where credit is due.

The Oscars are essentially a three-and-a-half-hour self promotion scheme.  The whole point is to remind people that they believe in the essential decency of movie stars and the magic of talking pictures.  The Simpsons made fun of that.  Zombie Simpsons is helping with the marketing.

Courtesy of Dave:

zombieangrydad


5 Responses to “All Glory Is Fleeting”


  1. 1 Patrick
    20 February 2011 at 8:20 pm

    I love how you made Halle Berry’s dress torn and tattered :D and also MIXAR?? (or as you call it not-Pixar) but they used the term Cars and they ripped off the Randy Newman piano joke from Family Guy’s ‘Da Boom’ episode.

  2. 2 Sam
    20 February 2011 at 9:15 pm

    This sounds horrendous

    • 3 Patrick
      20 February 2011 at 9:47 pm

      Also this episode screwed with the timeline again by saying that Bart made the Web-cartoon in 1999 meaning that he was -2 when he made it…. RIGHHHHHT! :| They could have said it was a youtube hit in 2008/9 or something. This is not the first time this has happened as it happened in Season 15 where Artie Ziff stated he became bankrupt in the late 90’s despite the fact an episode that aired in 2002 showing that Ziff was rich and successful and yes it was set in 2002 since that same episode mentioned Dick Cheney (2001-2009).

      This show is sucking major balls now and it’s sad since Season 21 sort-of was signalling slight improvement :( and the show wont end with 500 episodes as well :|

  3. 4 Anonymous
    21 February 2011 at 3:43 am

    Just awful. The only laugh came when they cited Hollywood’s lack of ideas as the reason why an Angry Dad movie was being made. Riiiiight, “Hollywood” is the one out of ideas.


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