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Today In Music History: 9/30/16

Lot’s of T.V. stuff today in music history, but it all has a music connection, so let’s get it started for a Friday.

On this day in 1968 Diana Ross & the Supremes released “Love Child.” Supremes Mary Wilson and Cindy Birdsong did not appear on the record. 238 palabras más

Features

S14 E13 - A Star is Born-Again

It’s been an interesting week here on Lifetime of Simpsons. We’ve passed 300 episodes, we’ve had high, and we’ve had lows. So let’s end the week with some good old-fashioned romance! 1.211 palabras más

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Loving the alienator

For what does it profit a man to gain the whole world and forfeit his soul?

—Mark 8:36

Whether or not you’re a believer, you eventually end up with your own idea of who Jesus might have been.

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Writing

Could you afford to buy houses owned by Homer Simpson, Tony Soprano, or Walter White?

If you thought the property market was bad at the moment, we’ve got sour news — the fictional one ain’t any less bleak.

The houses millennials grew up gawping at through their TV screens are no any more attainable than the ones they’re now eyeing up down the road, apparently. 663 palabras más

TV

Chicken and Waffles in Springfield, USA

Springfield? Which one? Where in the USA? All legit questions, but this is not any ordinary Springfield, but one that is populated by mainly “yellow” skin colored people (No, not Asians. 82 palabras más

S14 E12 - I'm Spelling as Fast as I Can

Hey everybody, are you ready for some hot spelling bee action? And a goddamn George Plimpton cameo? Let’s get going!

Our episode starts off with Bart sitting around watching some Elvira knock-off host a delightful film where Frankenstein and the Mummy play the Harlem Globetrotters at basketball. 1.187 palabras más

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