01
Jan
20

Quote of the Day

“It must be wonderful to ring in the New Year over and over and over.” – Marge Simpson
“Please, kill me.” – T.G.I. McScratchy’s Waiter


5 Responses to “Quote of the Day”


  1. 1 Anonymous
    1 January 2020 at 11:04 am

    Happy New Year! Hopefully they will unthaw you before the year 3000.

  2. 2 Anonymous
    2 January 2020 at 4:46 am

    Happy new year! I wonder if in this decade we will finally see the Zombie Simpsons die off.

  3. 4 Bleeding Gums Murphy
    11 January 2020 at 5:17 am

    Happy new year =)

  4. 5 Jonathan Lindsey
    14 January 2020 at 12:46 am

    https://www.gamespot.com/articles/the-simpsons-will-eventually-go-off-the-air-and-fo/1100-6472620/?fbclid=IwAR1pFEf8kVYCN2LYMqXx04mENytbembIJn4dDJy-nTtJpagh78-s3hnYVm8

    About time!

    It should had ended in 2000 with behind the laughter as in my opinion it was the last good episode.

    This show is too much of a product of its time the late 80s and 90s as it was always rooted in those times and cultures as trying to make them relevant in this century only dates them and hurts their legacy.

    I’ve been a fan of the Simpsons since 1987 when they debuted on Tracy ullman and I was 7 when the spinoff show debuted 31 years ago when I was 7 as I taped every episode from then to May 2000 as I remembered Simpsonsmania back in the good old glory days when it was an event every Thursday and Sunday night as I had a Burger King Bart doll and Simpsons meal toys when I was 8. I had a few shirts had the magazine as a kid and the cd and some merchandise.

    The show when it was called the Simpsons had excellent writing, relatable characters and situations, good lessons, emotion and soul like mother Simpson which moved at 13 and all that. Anti-authority satire just like Married with Children as it was mocking “perfect family” sitcoms to show that not all families are perfect and anti-hollywood satire it had.

    I feel Behind the laughter was the last good episode in my opinion as to me that’s when the show ended when it should had in May 2000.

    Then in September 2000 it was replaced by which means an imitation that bares slight resemblance only by surface level called Zombie Simpsons and I knew something was change about the characters I know and love and the writing became sloppy as it’s no longer satire that mock authority and Hollywood and no longer had soul and emotion.

    I stopped watching the show in 2005 as it was getting stale and worse! I tried watching an episode of zombie Simpsons in 2014 and my god it was awful as now I know why I stopped watching the show and cherish the classic episodes to behind the laughter.

    The Simpsons is just no longer relevant today compared to today’s adult cartoons and others. The show is like a beloved childhood and teenhood friend who’s been life support for a long time and you’ve come to accept they are gone and stopped visiting them and waiting for someone to pull the life support plug and turn off the machine.

    Bob’s Burgers is a hit on fox and a new age simpsons and today or F is for Family is the new King of the HIll.

    Sad to say is that The Simpsons is no longer relevant in today’s world as they are clearly a product of their time yet the old episodes can still be enjoyed and i felt Behind the Laughter was the last good watchable episode in my opinion and should had ended there. The ratings are getting more lower each time.

    Even shows like King of the Hill, Futurama, Regular Show, My Little Pony FIM, Gravity Falls etc. ended on beautiful notes and knew when they had to end. Even Bojack Horseman is ending on Jan 31st with part 2 of season 6. I know it hurts, but i love The Simpsons and that’s why you gotta let it go, let it rest in peace and cherish the old episodes when they were worth watching. I mean if you love something, the best thing for you is to let The Simpsons go and cherish the old episodes to Behind Laughter..

    I’ve said it a million times. The Simpsons is like the family pet: We all grew up with it, love and cherish all the memories, but sadly, the time has come to put it down.


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