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The Simpsons, Season Four, Episode Fourteen, "Brother From The Same Planet"

As we work through what I consider the Golden era of the show – seasons four through eight – we’re gonna see episodes that are controversial, and we’re gonna see episodes that I personally find difficult to watch because the emotional content hits a particular nerve, and we’re gonna see episodes where I don’t personally care for the concept of the story being told (though I thought… 992 palabras más

Classic Coverage

What to Watch: 05/20/2018

May’s winding down of television seasons is about to itself wind down, with four long-running Fox comedies saying goodnight for the season (and in one case for its last time on the network), and our editors recommend one of them (but wish no SPECIFIC harm to the others). 639 palabras más

What To Watch

Episode Reminder: Season 29 Finale! Flanders' Ladder (Season 29, Episode 21)

Hey Hwody Hey Tappers!

It’s finale time in Springfield!  This week the Simpsons are back with their final new episode of Season 29!

So here’s your official TSTO Addicts reminder…all new episode this Sunday, May 20th, on FOX (also half an hour earlier on Global in Canada)….“Flanders’ Ladder”! 104 palabras más

Tapped Out

The Simpsons-Sliding (Annoyed Grunt) (fanfiction)

SLIDING (ANNOYED GRUNT)

(A rewrite of “I Love Lisa”)

Submitted for your consideration, a young girl on her way home from school. She is about to be met on her journey by a young boy that she gave a valentine’s day card to out of what she believed to be pity. 4.102 palabras más

Fanfiction

Circus of values

There was recently a, um . . . I don’t even know what to call these things anymore; it doesn’t rise to the level of like “controversy” or “scandal” or anything, but it’s a “thing that people on the internet get offended about for ten minutes.” You know. 3.340 palabras más

Politics

Episode 28

Episode 28 takes an in-depth look at the recent controversy involving the widely popular animated TV show “The Simpsons” after a documentary written by comedian Hari Kondabolu was brought to light which focused on the racial stereotyping against people of Indian heritage through the show’s portrayal of the Apu character. 13 palabras más

Podcast

Hi-diddly-ho

Today in the Episcopal Church we honor William Hobart Hare (May 17, 1838 – October 23, 1909) who was an American bishop of the Protestant Episcopal Church, back when that’s what it was called. 732 palabras más