Sunday Preview: Trust But Clarify

Lisa and Bart investigate Krusty’s suspicious new “Krustaceans” candy. Meanwhile, Homer wants a promotion at the nuclear plant and asks Marge to help him dress the part, and news anchor Kent Brockman struggles to find his feet in the changing media world.

Dan Rather apparently decided to be part of this episode as himself. I am sure that could be taken as some sort of indicator, but I am too lazy and drunk to think about it.

10 Responses to “Sunday Preview: Trust But Clarify”

  1. 1 Anonymous
    23 October 2016 at 7:10 pm

    Shearer apparently wrote this one. Of course, who knows how much of his material was leftover after being scrubbed by the script factory.

    • 2 Anne Onymous
      24 October 2016 at 1:44 am

      Somewhere between 5 and 10%, I reckon. But since it feels like everyone hates Harry Shearer (and Shearer doesn’t care much for them either), it’s probably below that. Negative numbers aren’t subject to percentages, are they?

  2. 5 Anonymous
    24 October 2016 at 8:33 am

    Sounds like more of the usual uninspired dreck.

  3. 6 D.N.
    24 October 2016 at 5:38 pm

    Is it just me, or is Bart’s head disproportionately large compared to his body in that pic?

  4. 8 Stan
    26 October 2016 at 12:01 am

    Do people still watch TV in late 2016? It’s like someone listening to home (not car) radio in 1991…

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