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He visto el capitulo que me faltaba "A Test Before Trying" , la trama el colegio debe pasar los test de eficiencia y los falla, pero faltaba un alumno por hacerlo bart y todo depende el con sorprendente resultado , la subtrama homer consigue un parquimetro y lo usa para ganarse un extra de dinero.


*respeco a la comic-con a parte del capitulo que dirige guillermo del toro y que tambien habrá un crossover con futurama (además del de family guy)

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It may be hard to believe, but "The Simpsons" is going into it's 25th year on the air. To celebrate, the creator, producers and writers arrived at Comic-Con 2013 to have a good time with the fans.

The panel starts with a sneak peak at the 2013 "Treehouse of Horror" intro, directed by Guillermo Del Toro, which includes homages to nearly any thriller or horror movie or book you could think of. Everything from zombies, to Stephen King, to even Cthulhu gets a little tribute. There's even a moment of Lisa in "Alice in Wonderland" and an appearance by "Futurama's" Hypnotoad.

The Hypnotoad was also used as an introduction to announce a full crossover happening between "The Simpsons" and Futurama. The casts will record the episode in August and it will be used as either the season 25 finale of season 26 premiere of "The Simpsons." The crossover was alluded to in the "Futurama" panel that preceded "The Simpsons.".

Additionally, a slew of guest stars were announced for season 25. Among the names that will appear in Springfield ate Zach Galifianakis, Kristen Wiig, Elizabeth Moss, Stan Lee and Rachel Maddow. Sounds like a lot of exciting things are on tap for the upcoming season.

Next, creator Matt Groening introduces musical group "We Put the Spring in Springfield," a "Simpsons" cover band. That's right, they performed a medley of songs that have appeared in the show, from the Mr. Plot jingle to the Flaming Moe's theme.

The second clip is from the episode guest-starring Moss. Homer helps her character delver a baby in an elevator. She names the baby Homer Jr. in tribute, which Marge isn't too excited about.

Groening and executive producer Al Jean also talked about the "Simpsons: Tapped Out" game. They say the game's script is written by the writer's on the show and will continue to work hand-in-hand with episodes of the series.

When asked about the :South Park episode "The Simpsons Did It First," Jean says they love the episode and are now finding fans who are saying the same thing about "Under the Dome," as a huge glass dome was over Springfield was a plot point in "The Simpsons Movie."

The panel wraps with another performance by "We Put the Spring in Springfield."



With The Simpsons entering their 25th year on the air, creator Matt Groening, executive producer Al Jean, supervising director Mike Anderson, consulting producer David Silverman and actor Tress MacNeille sat in on the panel in front of a packed auditorium.

First up was a special opening sequence directed by Guillermo del Toro, which packed in virtually every horror movie character or scenario in a few minutes along with parodies of several of del Toro's own films. Set you DVR now, since it'll take many viewings to try catching all the jokes.

On the heels of finding out that the Simpsons will appear on Family Guy, the big announcement today is that there will be a Futurama crossover episode of The Simpsons, which was welcome news to attendees. That episode of The Simpsons will record next month and either air as the Season 25 finale next May or the Season 26 premiere fall 2014. Other guest stars for the upcoming season will include Kristen Wiig, Zach Galifianakis, Elisabeth Moss, Stan Lee and Harlan Ellison.

In other news, Groening said that there would also be more crossover between the show and The Simpsons: Tapped Out, while Jean teased a "Holidays of Future Passed" sequel episode where Homer dies so many times he eventually appears as a hologram, and Maggie still doesn't talk. He also mentioned that a "very musical episode" is in the works but couldn't offer any more details yet.

As far as another Simpsons Movie is concerned, Jean said there was "nothing imminent", with Groening saying that everyone's still recovering from pulling double duty for four years on the first one.

A second clip was played from an episode where a mom voiced by Elisabeth Moss names her son Homer Jr., with the footage showing Homer playing with "HJ" and even dreaming of him while bouncing Maggie on his knee (Maggie dreams of Flanders bouncing her on his knee).

In addition to audience questions there were a couple musical numbers. Four performers came out on stage to sing a medley of songs from the show in the middle of the panel and to close things out at the end.


tambien se habla de una hipotetica temporada 26, nuevos episodios musicales, sobre la segunda pelicula dice que no la van a hacer aun.


información de la temporada 25

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As of this writing the show has aired 530 0f 559 ordered episodes. (Entertainment Weekly)
Season 25 is Al Jean's thirteenth consecutive season as Executive Producer. Combined with his two years as EP for seasons 3 & 4, he has executive produced over half of the episodes of the show.

RABF15 - The Man Who Came To Be Dinner - September 29, 2013 (FOX Flash)

"We're going to be visiting Kang and Kodos' home planet," teases executive producer Al Jean, who cowrote the episode. "This is the first time we've used the aliens not for a Halloween episode. It will be really funny to see where they live and what they do." And how does America's favorite yellow family get looped into the insanity? "They go to an amusement park where the lines for the rides are terrible, except for this one rocket called Journey to Your Future." Far out! Directed by David Silverman. (TV Guide, David Silverman/Twitter)
The Simpsons board the wrong ride on a trip to “Dizzneeland” and are transported through the galaxy to Kang and Kodos’ home planet, where the inhabitants try to eat Homer in a giant fondue. (TVLine)



RABF16 - Treehouse of Horror XXIV

Written by Jeff Westbrook and Directed by Rob Oliver(Twitter) (Twitter)
Per Al Jean it contains: “a very violent world resembling Dr. Seuss’, and also the movie Freaks."(spinoff comicbook)
Guillermo del Toro guest directed the episode's couch gag. (Twitter)


Four Regrettings and a Funeral
“Kent Brockman has decided that local news has been a real mistake and a terrible career move for him,” says Simpsons executive producer Al Jean. “He wants to interview with a big cable news channel and goes to Fox News.” In a moment of truth during Brockman’s meeting at the Fox News, Aaron Sorkin appears in a thought bubble above Brockman’s head and advises the anchor on whether or not he should work for the cable channel. Joe Namath and Gordon Ramsay also make brief cameos.(Entertainment Weekly)

Homerland
Kristen Wiig plays an FBI Agent in "Homerland." Homer starts to act strangely polite after returning from a nuclear power plant convention, prompting a suspicious Lisa to ask an intense FBI agent (Wiig) to help her solve this mystery. This will be her second appearance on the show. (Entertainment Weekly)

Labor Pains
According to showrunner Al Jean, "[Elizabeth Moss will] play a character stuck in an elevator who gives birth to a baby. She names it Homer, Jr." (Peggy Olson is pregnant again!) For you detailed-oriented Simpsons diehards, the episode's title is "Labor Pains," Moss's character is named "Gretchen," and Fox is tentatively scheduled to broadcast the episode on November 13 as part of the show's 25th season.(Vulture)

SABF05 - Steal This Episode

Will Arnett will play Detective Gratman, the FBI’s anti-piracy boss tasked with hunting down Homer, who stands accused of illegally downloading a movie. The episode, titled "Steal This Episode," is tentatively scheduled to air in December (TVLine)
This episode will feature crying meatballs. (Matt Selman/Twitter)


White Christmas Blues
Brick Like Me
YOLO
The Winter of His Content (SABF09)(Twitter)
The Kid is All Right
The War of Art (SABF10) (Tubatron Twitter)



Judd Apatow is penning a script. The Apatow-written episode revolves around Homer being hypnotized to think he's Bart's age before the hypnotist has a heart attack, resulting in Homer becoming Bart's best friend and reverting back to childhood.(Huffington Post)
Long time writer Don Payne, who passed away on March 26 after battling cancer, penned two Simpsons episodes that will air this fall: this year’s Christmas show “White Christmas Blues” and ‘Labor Pains”, which is set to air November 3.(yahoo)
Stan Lee will guest-star(again) on an upcoming episode of The Simpsons. He'll appear in an episode in which Homer stands to ruin a blossoming relationship between Comic Book Guy and an attractive young Japanese woman/manga fan. Lee swings by Comic Book Guy’s store and doles out some advice on comics, romance, and, yes, romance comics. (insidetv)
Per Al Jean: "Right now we're writing a song for Comic Book Guy, which will air in January." (vulture)
There's a scene where Lisa gives Homer radish seeds. (Twitter)
Anderson Cooper will appear in an upcoming episode slated to air in December. The story finds Lisa befriending a girl who is her match in every way, except one: she’s a conservative Republican. “They end up running against each other in the second-grade election,” explains exec producer Al Jean. “And then we flash to the future where they’re [engaged] in an actual presidential debate — and Anderson is the moderator.” (TVLine)
Eva Longoria will play the girl in this show, named Isabel. (tvguide)
Music editor Chris Ledesma says he's working on a "very special" musical sequence (Twitter)
Daniel Radcliffe will be returning. In an episode airing this coming season, Bart will encounter Diggs (Radcliffe), a strange older boy with a passion for falconry, among other things. “Diggs is a combination of Holden Caulfield, Finny from A Separate Peace and the kids in Lord of the Flies — only a little more screwed up,” executive producer Al Jean tells EW. (InsideTV Entertainment Weekly)
According to a Fox Press Release this season will also see: Homer selling his Apple stock to buy a bowling ball; Marge blaming herself and the music of KISS for Bart's rebellious streak, and Lisa getting recruited as a cheerleader for the local pro football team. (FOX)
There will be a Futurama crossover episode. The plot will revolve around bad boys Bender and Bart: “Bender has to come back from the future to kill Bart because there’s something that Bart does now that makes the future really, really, really bad,” says Al Jean. The crossover episode was penned by Simpsons co-executive producer J. Stewart Burns, who has also written for Futurama. It is slated to air on Fox as either the season 25 finale in May 2014 or as the season 26 premiere in fall 2014. (InsideTV Entertainment Weekly)
Zach Galifianakis will guest as a new friend of Lisa’s this season. “Lisa befriends this chubby little boy who wants to be a competitive eater,” Jean tells EW. “Suddenly Marge is worried that Lisa is trying to marry a boy that’s just like Homer, and then Homer is offended that Marge is worried about that.” (InsideTV Entertainment Weekly)
There will be another future episode in the same vein as "Holidays of Future Passed" where Homer keeps dieing and becomes a hologram. (Twitter)
Al Jean teases a "very musical" episode. (Twitter)


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guia de episodios que hay que ver, segun la gente de USA:
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SEASON 14:
>Treehouse of Horror XIII
>The Great Louse Detective
>I'm Spelling as Fast as I Can
>Moe Baby Blues

SEASON 15:
>Treehouse of Horror XIV
>The Regina Monologues
>Today I Am A Clown
>I D'ohbot
>Diatribe Of A Mad Housewife
>Milhouse Doesn't Live Here Anymore
>The Ziff Who Came to Dinner
>The Wandering Juvie
>Catch 'Em If You Can
>Simple Simpson
>The Way We Weren't


SEASON 16:
>Treehouse of Horror XV
>All's Fair in Oven War
>Sleeping With The Enemy
>Midnight Rx
>Homer and Ned's Hail Mary Pass
>On A Clear Day I Can't See My Sister
>Goo Goo Gai Pan
>The Seven Beer Snitch
>Future-Drama
>Don't Fear the Roofer


SEASON 17:
>Bonfire of the Manatees
>Treehouse of Horror XVI
>Marge's Son Poisoning
>See Homer Run
>The Italian Bob
>The Wettest Stories Ever Told
>Simpsons Christmas Stories
>The Seemingly Never-Ending Story
>Bart Has Two Mommies

SEASON 18:
>The Mook, the Chef, the Wife and Her Homer
>Treehouse of Horror XVII
>Please Homer, Don't Hammer 'Em
>Ice Cream of Margie
>The Haw-Hawed Couple
>The Wife Aquatic
>Revenge Is a Dish Best Served Three Times
>Springfield Up
>Marge Gamer
>Crook and Ladder
>24 Minutes
>You Kent Always Say What You Want

SEASON 19:
>Homer of Seville
>I Don't Wanna Know Why the Caged Bird Sings
>Treehouse of Horror XVIII
>Funeral for a Fiend
>Eternal Moonshine of the Simpson Mind
>Apocalypse Cow
>The Debarted
>Dial 'N' For Nerder

SEASON 20:
>Treehouse of Horror XIX
>Dangerous Curves
>Four Great Women and a Manicure
>Coming to Homerica

SEASON 21:
>Treehouse of Horror XX
>The Squirt and the Whale
>The Bob Next Door
>Moe Letter Blues
>The Devil Wears Nada
>O Brother, Where Bart Thou?
>Chief of Hearts

SEASON 22:
>Treehouse of Horror XXI
>The Fight Before Christmas
>Homer the Father
>Angry Dad: The Movie
>The Scorpion's Tale
>500 Keys
>The Great Simpsina

SEASON 23:
>Treehouse of Horror XXII
>The Food Wife
>The Book Job
>Holidays of Future Passed
>The D'oh-cial Network
>How I Wet Your Mother
>Them, Robot
>Beware My Cheating Bart
>A Totally Fun Thing That Bart Will Never Do Again

SEASON 24:
>Moonshine River
>Treehouse of Horror XXIII
>The Day the Earth Stood Cool
>Hardly Kirking
>Black Eyed Please
>Gorgeous Grampa
>Dark Knight Court
>The Saga of Carl Carlson
>Dangers on a Train
>The Longest Daycare


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avance de la temporada 25



los 3 primeros episodios de la temporada 25:
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RABF20 - Homerland - September 29, 2013 (The Futon Critic)

Written by Stephanie Gillis (Chris Ledesma/Twitter)
Kristen Wiig plays an FBI Agent in "Homerland." Homer starts to act strangely polite after returning from a nuclear power plant convention, prompting a suspicious Lisa to ask an intense FBI agent (Wiig) to help her solve this mystery. This will be her second appearance on the show. (Entertainment Weekly)




RABF16 - Treehouse of Horror XXIV - October 6, 2013(Chris Ledesma/Twitter)

Written by Jeff Westbrook and Directed by Rob Oliver(Chris Ledesma/Twitter, Matthew Schofield/Twitter)
Per Al Jean it contains: “a very violent world resembling Dr. Seuss’, and also the movie Freaks."(spinoff comicbook)
Guillermo del Toro guest directed the episode's couch gag. (Twitter)



RABF15 - The Man Who Came To Be Dinner - September 29, 2013 (FOX Flash)

"We're going to be visiting Kang and Kodos' home planet," teases executive producer Al Jean, who cowrote the episode. "This is the first time we've used the aliens not for a Halloween episode. It will be really funny to see where they live and what they do." And how does America's favorite yellow family get looped into the insanity? "They go to an amusement park where the lines for the rides are terrible, except for this one rocket called Journey to Your Future." Far out! Directed by David Silverman.

The Simpsons board the wrong ride on a trip to “Dizzneeland” and are transported through the galaxy to Kang and Kodos’ home planet, where the inhabitants try to eat Homer in a giant fondue.





la temporada 16 en dvd en diciembre
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The Simpsons reside in the town of Springfield. Homer works as a safety inspector at the local nuclear power plant; Marge tries to keep the peace in her family; Bart is the mischievous 10-year-old hellion; 8-year-old Lisa is the intelligent, saxophone-playing vegetarian member of the family; and baby Maggie conveys emotions via pacifier sucks. Viewers also have come to know and love the rich, and sometimes quirky, universe of characters who inhabit Springfield.

In the milestone 350th episode, Homer befriends beer-loving barfly and roofer Ray Magini, guest-voiced by Ray Romano. After discovering a shared passion for sandwiches and the Three Stooges, Homer and Ray become inseparable friends. However, Marge believes Ray is a figment of Homer’s imagination and enlists the help of Dr. Hibbert to literally “shock” Ray Magini out of Homer’s system. Famed author and scientist Stephen Hawking also makes a return guest voice appearance as himself.

Episode list:

Treehouse of Horror XV
All's Fair in Oven War
Sleeping With the Enemy
She Used to Be My Girl
Fat Man and Little Boy
Midnight Rx
Mommie Beerest
Homer and Ned's Hail Mary Pass
Pranksta Rap
There's Something About Marrying
On a Clear Day I Can't See My Sister
Goo Goo Gai Pan
Mobile Homer
The Seven-Beer Snitch
Future-Drama
Don't Fear the Roofer
The Heartbroke Kid
A Star Is Torn
Thank God It's Doomsday
Home Away from Homer
The Father, the Son and the Holy Guest Star


Treehouse of Horror XV (#FABF23 / SI-1523) (7 Nov 2004)
"The Ned Zone": When Ned is sent to the hospital after being hit in the head by Homer's bowling ball (which he was using to get a frisbee down from his roof), he acquires a new ability; whenever he touches somebody, he sees how that person will die - and he sees Homer dying by Ned shooting him
"Four Beheadings and a Funeral": In London in 1890, detective Eliza Simpson (and her assistant, Dr. Bartley) take on the case of the Muttonchop Murderer
"In the Belly of the Boss": When Maggie gets shrunk inside of a vitamin capsule that Mr. Burns swallows, the other Simpsons have 30 minutes to get her out - by shrinking themselves and going into Mr. Burns's body

All's Fair In Oven War (#FABF20 / SI-1520) 14 Nov 2004
A two-year remodeling of the kitchen (which (a) results in nobody, including Maggie, looking any older two years into the future, and (b) doesn't exist in any other episodes) leads Marge to make a dessert for a church event which is so popular that Ned suggests she enter the Ovenfresh Bake-off, but when the other contestants sabotage her entry, she returns the favor by adding an extra ingredient to the other entries - Maggie's ear drops, not knowing that Lisa saw her do it; when Bart finds the Playdude magazines that Marge found, cut out all of the nudes, and threw out, he and Milhouse think they should start acting like the bachelors in the magazines, including turning the treehouse into a bachelor pad, complete with James Caan

Sleeping With The Enemy (#FABF19 / SI-1519) (21 Nov 2004)
When Bart gets a perfect score on a state capitals test (thanks to Mrs. Krabappel leaving a map of the USA on the wall for all to see), the party Marge throws for him is so lame that Marge thinks that Bart and Lisa feel she is "overmothering" them, so she shares her love with someone else - Nelson - resulting in Marge taking Nelson in (and putting him in with Bart) when Nelson's mother leaves him; Lisa gets the impression that she has a big butt - from her family, friends, and mirror

She Used to Be My Girl (#FABF22 / SI-1522) 5 Dec 2004
Marge discovers that her high school journalism partner, Chloe (they were the Springfield High version of Woodward & Bernstein), is now a network TV news reporter (while Marge decided to forego college and marry Homer, Chloe broke up with her boyfriend, Barney, to go to journalism school); when Lisa seems more interested in what Chloe has done with her life than what Marge did with hers, she has to sneak out in the back of Chloe's car to attend a U.N. women's conference in Capitol City, only to end up surrounded by lava with Chloe at the base of the erupting Mount Springfield; can Marge save the day? Is there someone out there who can, oh, I don't know, maybe fly a helicopter to get Chloe out of there? Is this the end of Classic Drunk Barney?

Fat Man and Little Boy (#FABF21 / SI-1521) 12 Dec 2004
Bart refuses to accept that he is no longer a boy after he loses his last baby tooth, so he decides to express himself with T-shirt slogans, which bring him to the attention of a local novelty salesmen interested in becoming Bart's partner, causing the recently-fired Homer to consider himself the number two man of the house; a documentary on lions leads Homer to believe that the only way back to the top is to re-establish himself with another young cub, so he turns Lisa's science project - a model of the first nuclear reactor - into a working model, complete with plutonium he "acquired" from the plant

Midnight Rx (#FABF16 / SI-1516) 16 Jan 2005
When Mr. Burns cancels the plant employees' prescription drug plan, Homer decides to get cheap prescription drugs from Canada (with forged Canadian ID papers), only for Grampa, Ned, and Apu to join him on a second trip, which is not as successful as the first; however, when Smithers is at the brink of death because of a thyroid condition, Burns decides to finance one final run (it's easier than teaching someone new the filing system) with the help of his plane, "The Plywood Pelican"

Mommie Beerest (#GABF01 / SI-1601) 30 Jan 2005
When the health inspector, an old friend of Moe's, dies, his replacement is not as lenient with Moe, and orders it shut down unless Moe can make a long and expensive list of repairs. Homer, who just paid off his mortgage, decides to re-mortgage his house to pay for the repairs. However, when Marge finds out, she becomes Moe's business partner, and decides to turn the bar into a British pub, which becomes a success. When Marge starts spending more and more time with Moe, Homer can't help but feel worried about the convention Marge and Moe will be attending together in Aruba, as he thinks this is where Moe will make his move. Guess what? So does Moe!

Homer and Ned's Hail Mary Pass (#GABF02 / SI-1602) 6 Feb 2005
Homer one-ups Bart at a carnival game and does an "in-your-face" victory dance, which is caught on video and uploaded to the Internet, catching the interest of a professional football player who needs somebody to design new end zone celebration dances for him. Soon, Homer is choreographing celebrations for Yao Ming, LeBron James, Warren Sapp, Tom Brady, and Michelle Kwan (all of whom voice themselves), and ends up getting asked to choreograph that year's Super Bowl halftime show. However, the night before the game, Homer still doesn't have any ideas, so he goes into the church to ask for divine inspiration (or at least ideas from the people who sleep in there) - just as Ned is praying for guidance as nobody is watching his Bible-inspired movies.

Pranksta Rap (#GABF03 / SI-1603) 13 Feb 2005
Bart sneaks out of the house to attend a rap concert Marge told him he couldn't attend, but when he overhears her and Homer venting their anger over his disobeying them, he writes a note saying he has been kidnapped and throws it into the house. Chief Wiggum, realizing he hasn't been the best cop in the city's history, takes extra interest in the case, and when he hears a clue on one of Bart's phone calls (an incredibly cheap brand of stove-pop popcorn only he and one other person buys), he makes an arrest - Kirk van Houten, whose apartment Bart has been using as his hiding place. Even Kirk is willing to go along with the story, as the prison cell is cleaner than his apartment, and he gets three meals a day and all the groupies he can handle. Everybody is happy, especially new Police Commissioner Wiggum - well, everybody except Lisa, who discovers the truth.

There's Something About Marrying (#GABF04 / SI-1604) 20 Feb 2005
But first, a Fox disclaimer:
This episode contains discussions of same sex marraige. Parental discretion is advised.
Bart and Milhouse try playing a prank on Barney, but it backfires; however, a tourist who literally just fell off a turnip truck is not as lucky. However, that tourist turns out to be a roving reporter for a TV show, and gives Springfield his lowest rating ever. In order to regain the tourist trade, Lisa suggests legalizing same-sex marriages. When Reverend Lovejoy refuses to conduct them, despite Marge's protests, Homer (who hears that he can get $200 per ceremony) joins "The e-Piscopal Church" and becomea a minister online.
One prospective customer is a bit of a surprise: Patty. The surprise isn't that she's a lesbian, but that she actually found "the right woman," a professional golfer who hit Patty with a 3-wood (well, a 3-metal) when her Pro-Am partner, Krusty, ducked. However, Marge, who was all for same-sex marriages when Reverend Lovejoy refused to support them, can't bring herself to supporting Patty's marriage. She changes her mind when she sees Patty's fiancee leaving the toilet seat up and shaving, but at the ceremony, she reveals the truth by revealing Patty's fiancee's rather large Adams apple. He says that he loves her and asks her to marry him anyway, but Patty refuses to go straight, and walks out into the sunset with Selma.

On a Clear Day I Can't See My Sister (#GABF05 / SI-1605) 6 Mar 2005
Everybody up at 3 AM for a field trip to Springfield Glacier. That is, everybody up except Lisa, who falls for the "enjoy your trip, see you next fall" gag twice, courtesy of Bart. At the glacier (or what's left of it, anyway, as most of it seems to have melted), while Mrs. Krabappel demonstrates to Principal Skinner that their relationship is over once and for all, Bart sneaks a walkie-talkie behind Lisa and, while Lisa laments the loss of the glacier because of global warming caused by gaseous emissions, Bart supplies the appropriate sound effects. Lisa has had it, and gets a restraining order requiring Bart to keep at least 20 feet away; unfortunately for Bart, this means he has to live in a tent outside the house, and can only attend school inside of Willie's shack. When Marge tries to get Judge Harn to lift the order, Bart makes the wrong comment, and now it's 200 feet, which means Bart now lives in the woods behind the house.
Meanwhile, Homer discovers that Grampa is a greeter at Sprawl-Mart ("not a parody of Wal-Mart"), but when Grampa tries to free a stuck shopping cart and ends up crashing into a pile of gnomes, Homer takes over, and soon discovers he has a talent for the job - but not a talent for being locked in the store all night like the other greeters.

Goo Goo Gai Pan (#GABF06 / SI-1606) 13 Mar 2005
Selma has a severe hot flash while giving Mr. Burns his driving test. Dr. Hibbert explains (with help from a video starring Robert Wagner) that Selma is experiencing the onset of menopause. Selma, forgetting the problems she had with Bart and Lisa in "Selma's Choice", decides she wants a baby rather than grow old alone. Adoption is suggested, but the Springfield orphanage is empty. Lisa suggests adopting a baby girl from China. One problem: the Chinese government only allows married couples to adopt. No problem; Selma writes down a name for her husband - Homer's - and "The Simpsons are going to China!" (with Marge acting as Bart and Lisa's nanny) so Selma and Homer can pick up the baby together.

Mobile Homer (#GABF07 / SI-1607) 20 Mar 2005
When Homer nearly gets killed by a repeatedly closing garage door, Marge suggests that he gets health insurance (pausing to stop him choking on a closed window). However, Homer is considered uninsurable. so Marge starts saving money by cutting corners, which doesn't work very well when Homer wastes it faster than Marge saves it. Marge insists that she takes charge of the family finances, resulting in Homer using the savings on the down-payment for an RV. Marge has finally had enough, and stops talking to him, so Homer seeks out some new friends - fellow RV owners, whom he invites to pull into his backyard. However, their problems disappear the next morning; the problem is, so do Bart and Lisa, who decide to drive the RV back to the sales lot.

The Seven-Beer Snitch (#GABF08 / SI-1608) 3 Apr 2005
While in Shelbyville, the Simpsons watch a musical about the town, which includes a character from Springfield who isn't particularly bright. Marge suggests to the Springfield Cultural Activities Board to have a concert hall, built by Frank Gehry (voicing himself); however, when it becomes clear that nobody in Springfield likes classical music, the building is sold to Mr. Burns, who turns it into a prison. One of its first inmates is Homer, who is arrested for "abusing litter" when he kicks a can five times, in violation of a decades-old law. When Snake tries to escape, Homer thinks he "accidentally" fell into a garbage truck and tells the guards; Mr. Burns, the warden, thinks Homer has a future as a snitch - and so does Homer, when he gets a large-screen plasma TV for his help. Once word gets out, however, a phony jailbreak is leaked to Homer so the guards won't be around when the prisoners go after him...
Meanwhile, Bart and Lisa's attempts to discover why Snowball II is so fat lead them to a shocking discovery; their cat is leading two lives by living with another family - and is able to do tricks for them as well.

Future-Drama (#GABF12 / SI-1612) 17 Apr 2005
In the middle of yet another one of their fights, Bart and Lisa stumble into the basement of Professor Frink's house, where he has been expecting them; it seems that he has perfected the science of predicting the future through astrology. He shows them a glimpse of Springfield "Eight years from Tuesday", where Bart and Lisa are getting ready to attend their Senior Prom before graduating together; Lisa is not only graduating at age 16, but has a scholarship to Yale provided by Mr. Burns he started as punishment for cancelling Christmas. One small problem; Bart's girlfriend isn't happy with his plans for their future, but when Bart saves Mr. Burns from a robbery, Burns gives Bart the chance to go to college - by giving him Lisa's scholarship.

Don't Fear the Roofer (#GABF10 / SI-1610) 1 May 2005
It's raining in Springfield, and Homer's roof is leaking, so Homer takes the only sensible course of action; he heads off to Moe's. However, he spoils a surprise party for Lenny, and makes it worse when the barstool he sits on turns to be a cake in the shape of Lenny's favorite seat, so he's tossed out by Moe. Homer ends up at Knockers, where he meets a fellow loner (voiced by Ray Romano), who turns out to be a roofer. However, nobody but Homer ever seems to be able to see Ray - not even Bart, who was in the home repair warehouse with the two of them - so Marge and Dr. Hibbert have Homer declared insane.
Note: this episode's opening includes a caption that says it is the 350th episode. The original idea was for "The Heartbroke Kid" to be the 350th episode, but when the death of Pope John Paul II caused the premiere of "The Father, the Son, and the Holy Guest Star" to be delayed, Fox made the switch to this episode. Note that Fox never explains how this episode is number 350, but they did plan to air the 350th on the same day as the return of new episodes of Family Guy and the premiere (not counting the episode that aired after the Super Bowl) of American Dad!. (See "Barting Over" in Season 14 for another example of Fox's "creative accounting".)

The Heartbroke Kid (#GABF11 / SI-1611) 1 May 2005
It's a big day at Springfield Elementary; Superintendent Chalmers and Principal Skinner will select who gets the school's vending machine contract. While a gumbo machine sounds interesting, the winner is Scammer & Z-Dog, complete with hip-sounding vending machines. Lisa discovers that the snacks are loaded with everything from hydrogenated petroleum oil to partially-deweaponized plutonium, but her protests are no match for the machine's slogans. Bart goes overboard with the snacks; three weeks later, either Uter's hair has turned yellow and spiky, or Bart is incredibly fat. After a heart attack and a failed attempt at diet and exercise, Bart is sent to an expensive fat camp, and Homer and Marge have to open the house to German students in order to pay for it.

A Star is Torn (#GABF13 / SI-1613) 8 May 2005
Lisa sings the rest of the family to sleep with a rendition of "Mockingbird" (after they are all suffering from the system shock of an all-vegetable meal), which is so good that she decides to enter Krusty's "Li'l Starmaker" competition (with a grand prize of being animated into an Itchy & Scratchy cartoon). However, when another singer (voiced by American Idol's third winner, Fantasia Barrino) sings a much better version of "Mockingbird", Homer quickly pens a song about Springfield which is a hit with the crowd, and Lisa qualifies for the show. With Homer's help (especially in handling with stagehands), Lisa makes it to the finals, but when Homer goes one step too far with his stage fathering, she fires him, and he ends up lending his talents to her final competition.

Thank God It's Doomsday (#GABF14 / SI-1614) 8 May 2005
Bart, Lisa, and Homer duck into the mall movie theater after Bart and Lisa have a mishap at the new barber and have to avoid the school's camera club. Inside, Homer watches a movie about the end of the world as foretold in the Bible, leading Homer to do a little research and work out that the Apocalypse begins in one week. Nobody listens to him, until he makes a prediction that "the stars will fall to the Earth", which is exactly what happens when a celebrity-filled blimp crashes, and soon Homer has a pack of followers who join him for the end"- and then desert him when the end doesn't happen, and don't listen to him when he discovers a mistake in his calculations (he counted 12 people at the last supper, but forgot to count Jesus, making 13) - especially Moe, who sold his bar to a company that turned it into a sushi restaurant.

Home Away from Homer (#GABF15 / SI-1615) 15 May 2005
Ned hasn't been doing too well at the Leftorium ever since LeftMart opened, so Marge suggests that he rent out one of his rooms, which he does, to two girls from the local community college. However, the two girls have a sideline of their own; a webcam of their bedroom (www.sexyslumberparty.com - and, at the time the episode first aired, the link worked, pointing to a site with drawings of the two girls), which soon becomes a town hit. When Marge finds out, she drags Homer (literally, by the ear) to Ned, who discovers the truth and realizes that he can't trust anybody in Springfield any more. There is one place he can go; Humbleton, Pennsylvania, the home of the Humble Figurines that he collects.

The Father, the Son, and the Holy Guest Star (#GABF09 / SI-1609) 15 May 2005
Bart is expelled by Principal Skinner for a prank at a school Meideval Festival that was actually caused by Groundskeeper Willie (who was mad at having to be the village idiot), and ends up going to a Catholic school, which is more affordable than other private schools. The only person who takes a reali interest in Bart is Father Sean, who explains he acted a bit like Bart in his day, and lends Bart a "Lives of the Saints" comic book. Marge is afraid that Bart is turning into a Catholic (which, with all of the sitting, standing, and kneeling, she calls "Simon Says without a winner"), but Homer is sidetracked by the fact that the school is having a pancake dinner followed by bingo, and when he discovers that he can be absolved of all sins through confession if he converts, Marge problems are doubled, especially when she realizes that Catholics do not believe in birth control.
Note: This episode was scheduled to premiere on 10 April 2005, but after Pope John Paul II died eight days earlier, Fox decided that it was not the right time to air an episode that made fun of the Catholic Church, and moved this episode to May 15



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Episode: "Treehouse Of Horror XXIII"
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‘The Simpsons’ Producer Al Jean on the ‘Astounding’ 25th Season

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“The Simpsons already did it.”

That’s not a valid argument to make anymore, South Park, not when The Simpsons is still doing it (in this case, “doing it” equals “making all-new original episodes”) after 25 years on the air. That’s right: Later this month, the longest-running American primetime scripted series extends its run for a milestone 25th season.

“It’s an astounding number to all of us,” executive producer Al Jean said during a conference call with the press. Jean, who was part of the original writing staff on The Simpsons, has served as showrunner since 2001. “What it means is, whatever happens, if anything goes wrong, it’s your fault,” he joked. But based on his comments, Jean and his writing staff don’t have much to worry about in the “doing it wrong” department.

“I think this upcoming season is one of our best ever,” he said. “There are some extremely ambitious episodes toward the end of the year that are unlike anything we’ve done before.”

Season 25 premieres Sunday with an episode called “Homerland.” Fans of a certain Showtime drama can draw their conclusions about what the episode entails.

homerland2“It was an idea pitched by one of our writers, Stephanie Gillis,” Jean said. “The fact that Homer works at a nuclear power plant lends itself to him being somebody who could be turned by nefarious forces to do something terrible. And there’s the fact that you just add an ‘r’ to Homeland and you get ‘Homerland.’”

Another happy coincidence: “Homerland” airs the same night Homeland premieres its third season. The timing was a “complete accident,” Jean said, but the premise of the episode was anything but.

“When you have a basic, great dramatic premise — is this person a traitor or a hero? — that’s something you can turn into comedy very easily,” he said. “Particularly the scenes where his daughter is discovering what he’s doing. We thought that would work very well with Lisa and Homer.”

There’s even more drama in store for Homer later in the season, when the Simpsons patriarch finds himself trapped in an elevator, forced to help a woman (played by Mad Men star Elisabeth Moss) give birth.

“She’s grateful, she doesn’t have a husband, so she names the baby Homer Junior,” Jean revealed. “Homer bonds with this baby better than with his own children — and Marge gets very mad.”

But it’s not just the nuclear family getting in on the action this season. One future episode involves Comic Book Guy getting married, with none other than Stan Lee presiding over the ceremony. And on a darker note, Jean teased that an established Simpsons character is on their way to the great beyond.

simpsons-treehouse1“We’re working on a script where a character will pass away,” he confirmed. “I’ll give a clue: The actor who plays the character won an Emmy for playing that character. I won’t say who it is.”

Speaking of dark themes, the opening for The Simpsons‘ annual Halloween tradition, the “Treehouse of Horror” episode, is in the hands of horror master Guillermo del Toro this year.

“It was amazing, what he did,” Jean said of del Toro’s work on the episode, airing Oct. 6. “I’ve met some people who like scary things, but he’s the greatest expert on horror movies that I’ve ever encountered. There are so many references in that opening that he put in. It’s really brilliant.”

Much later in the season — right around finale time, in fact — The Simpsons will have a full-on crossover episode with the cast of Futurama.

“I’ve been here for 25 years and we had a read for [the Futurama episode] yesterday where the excitement was as high as I’ve ever seen,” he said. “We had John DiMaggio and Billy West and Maurice LaMarche from Futurama, and we had our cast. I thought, ‘This has got to be the best voice-over talent at one read that I could ever think of.’ It was really great seeing Bender interact with Homer. I can’t wait to see that episode.”

With all eyes on the show’s 25th season, there’s one area of Springfield that isn’t getting much attention these days: the movies. Jean said there are no active plans for a follow-up to 2007′s The Simpsons Movie, even if the possibility isn’t completely off the table.

simpsons-treehouse2“The really honest answer is, we talk about it from time to time. We say we’d like to do one,” Jean said of making a second Simpsons movie. “But I will say there’s a unanimous feeling that nobody wants to do a bad movie or a movie that looks like it’s for the money, or anything that doesn’t have the attention that the first movie got lavished on it. If we come out with one, it won’t be for a while, and it will only be because everyone working on it would say, ‘This is a great movie. We want to do this.’”

Perhaps that’s why The Simpsons is still active after all these years: Jean and his team do what they want with the show, and very little else.

“It’s a pretty small list of what we’ve wanted to do where we’ve been told ‘No,’ and a pretty long list of amazing things we can’t believe we’ve been able to do,” he said. “You can go to a Simpsons [theme park] in Universal, Florida. There’s a play on Broadway that we didn’t write, but it’s inspired by an old episode. It’s crazy. It’s really nuts what’s come about because of this show.”

“Animation is the most evergreen thing there is,” he added. “I’m really glad I do it.”

The Simpsons begins its 25th season Sunday at 8 p.m. ET/PT on Fox.



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Intro del especial de Halloween dirigido por Del toro:



Maravilloso.



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Gracias y mola mucho la intro.
gracias a The Great One tambien por avistar




En el burgger kin dan figuritas de los simpsons por si a alguien le interesa.


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Husband, father, grandfather. Oh, and music editor for all 25 years of THE SIMPSONS. Check out my blog:

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Upcoming Episodes

RABF16 - Treehouse of Horror XXIV - October 6, 2013(Chris Ledesma/Twitter)

Written by Jeff Westbrook and Directed by Rob Oliver(Chris Ledesma/Twitter, Matthew Schofield/Twitter)
The opener of the 24th annual “Treehouse of Horror” is from Guillermo del Toro and features monsters and classic characters from horror films throughout history. In “Oh The Places You’ll D’oh,” the first of three spine-tingling stories, Homer rides around Springfield wreaking havoc as “The Fat in The Hat” in a rhyming Dr. Seuss-ian tale. In “Dead and Shoulders,” Bart is beheaded during a kite accident, his head is attached to Lisa’s body and they must live together as one. The final terrifying tale, “Freaks no Geeks,” features Mr. Burns’ traveling circus, The Burnsum and Bailey Circus, which has stopped in Springfieldland in the 1930s. Trapeze artist Marge and Strong Man Homer are performers and things go awry when circus freak Moe starts to make advances towards Marge. (Fox Flash)



RABF18 - Four Regrettings and a Funeral - November 3, 2013 (Twitter)
“Kent Brockman has decided that local news has been a real mistake and a terrible career move for him,” says Simpsons executive producer Al Jean. “He wants to interview with a big cable news channel and goes to Fox News.” In a moment of truth during Brockman’s meeting at the Fox News, Aaron Sorkin appears in a thought bubble above Brockman’s head and advises the anchor on whether or not he should work for the cable channel. Joe Namath and Gordon Ramsay also make brief cameos. (Entertainment Weekly)


RABF15 - The Man Who Came To Be Dinner - September 29, 2013 (FOX Flash)

"We're going to be visiting Kang and Kodos' home planet," teases executive producer Al Jean, who cowrote the episode. "This is the first time we've used the aliens not for a Halloween episode. It will be really funny to see where they live and what they do." And how does America's favorite yellow family get looped into the insanity? "They go to an amusement park where the lines for the rides are terrible, except for this one rocket called Journey to Your Future." Far out! Directed by David Silverman. (TV Guide, David Silverman/Twitter)
The Simpsons board the wrong ride on a trip to “Dizzneeland” and are transported through the galaxy to Kang and Kodos’ home planet, where the inhabitants try to eat Homer in a giant fondue. (TVLine)




Labor Pains
According to showrunner Al Jean, "[Elizabeth Moss will] play a character stuck in an elevator who gives birth to a baby. She names it Homer, Jr." (Peggy Olson is pregnant again!) For you detailed-oriented Simpsons diehards, the episode's title is "Labor Pains," Moss's character is named "Gretchen," and Fox is tentatively scheduled to broadcast the episode on November 13 as part of the show's 25th season.(Vulture)

SABF05 - Steal This Episode

Will Arnett will play Detective Gratman, the FBI’s anti-piracy boss tasked with hunting down Homer, who stands accused of illegally downloading a movie. The episode, titled "Steal This Episode," is tentatively scheduled to air in December (TVLine)
This episode will feature crying meatballs. (Matt Selman/Twitter)



Days of Future Future

There will be another future episode in the same vein as "Holidays of Future Passed" where Homer keeps dieing and becomes a hologram. (Twitter)
Parks and Recreation star Amy Poehler will reprise her role as Bart’s future ex-wife in an upcoming episode of The Simpsons, executive producer Al Jean tells EW. In the installment, which is set 30 years from now, Jenda (Poehler) is dating a crab-like alien creature and … she’s still not getting along with Bart. “Bart is trying to get over his divorce and he does it in a bit of a Total Recall-type way,” Jean says of the episode. “I won’t give away what happens, but that’s a clue.” Titled “Days of Future Future,” the episode is a sequel to season 16′s forward-looking “Future-Drama,” in which Poehler first voiced Jenda. It is slated to air in the spring. (Entertainment Weekly)



SABF16 - Simpsorama (Imgur)

There will be a Futurama crossover episode. The plot will revolve around bad boys Bender and Bart: “Bender has to come back from the future to kill Bart because there’s something that Bart does now that makes the future really, really, really bad,” says Al Jean. The crossover episode was penned by Simpsons co-executive producer J. Stewart Burns, who has also written for Futurama. It is slated to air on Fox as either the season 25 finale in May 2014 or as the season 26 premiere in fall 2014. (InsideTV Entertainment Weekly)
You can discuss this episode here: Simpsons/Futurama Crossover on The Simpsons (2014)



Other Known Titles

White Christmas Blues
Brick Like Me
YOLO
The Winter of His Content (SABF09)(Twitter)
The Kid is All Right
The War of Art (SABF10) (David Silverman/Twitter)
Married to the Blob
Yellow Subterfuge
Diggs
The Man Who Grew Too Much
I Only Have My Eyes For You
You Don't Have To Live Like A Referee (SABF11)
Luca$ (SABF12)
What To Expect When Bart's Expecting (SABF14) (source)




Other Known Plots

Judd Apatow is penning a script. The Apatow-written episode revolves around Homer being hypnotized to think he's Bart's age before the hypnotist has a heart attack, resulting in Homer becoming Bart's best friend and reverting back to childhood.(Huffington Post) Apatow is also guest-starring in an episode. (The Futon Critic)

Long time writer Don Payne, who passed away on March 26 after battling cancer, penned two Simpsons episodes that will air this fall: this year’s Christmas show “White Christmas Blues” and ‘Labor Pains”, which is set to air November 3.(yahoo)

Stan Lee will guest-star(again) on an upcoming episode of The Simpsons. He'll appear in an episode in which Homer stands to ruin a blossoming relationship between Comic Book Guy and an attractive young Japanese woman/manga fan. Lee swings by Comic Book Guy’s store and doles out some advice on comics, romance, and, yes, romance comics. (insidetv) One future episode involves Comic Book Guy getting married, with none other than Stan Lee presiding over the ceremony. (Comic Book Resources)
Per Al Jean: "Right now we're writing a song for Comic Book Guy, which will air in January." (vulture)

There's a scene where Lisa gives Homer radish seeds. (Twitter)
Anderson Cooper will appear in an upcoming episode slated to air in December. The story finds Lisa befriending a girl who is her match in every way, except one: she’s a conservative Republican. “They end up running against each other in the second-grade election,” explains exec producer Al Jean. “And then we flash to the future where they’re [engaged] in an actual presidential debate — and Anderson is the moderator.” (TVLine)

Eva Longoria will play the girl in this show, named Isabel. (tvguide)
Music editor Chris Ledesma says he's working on a "very special" musical sequence (Twitter)

Daniel Radcliffe will be returning. In an episode airing this coming season, Bart will encounter Diggs (Radcliffe), a strange older boy with a passion for falconry, among other things. “Diggs is a combination of Holden Caulfield, Finny from A Separate Peace and the kids in Lord of the Flies — only a little more screwed up,” executive producer Al Jean tells EW. (InsideTV Entertainment Weekly)
According to a Fox Press Release this season will also see: Homer selling his Apple stock to buy a bowling ball; Marge blaming herself and the music of KISS for Bart's rebellious streak, and Lisa getting recruited as a cheerleader for the local pro football team. (FOX)

Zach Galifianakis will guest as a new friend of Lisa’s this season. “Lisa befriends this chubby little boy who wants to be a competitive eater,” Jean tells EW. “Suddenly Marge is worried that Lisa is trying to marry a boy that’s just like Homer, and then Homer is offended that Marge is worried about that.” (InsideTV Entertainment Weekly)
Al Jean teases a "very musical" episode. (Twitter)

Sideshow Bob returns as a food scientist.(Entertainment Weekly)
Simpsons Lego Show Next Year, but is it an episode, special, or????(Bleeding Cool, David Silverman Twitter)

Jean teased that an established Simpsons character is on their way to the great beyond. “We’re working on a script where a character will pass away,” he confirmed. “I’ll give a clue: The actor who plays the character won an Emmy for playing that character. I won’t say who it is.” (Comic Book Resources)



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Ya podía ser la intro de Del Toro el especial de Halloween no me jodas.

Segmento 1 - Parodia de Hellboy

Segmento 2 - Parodia de los mitos de Cthulhu o Lovecraft en general

Segmento 3 - Parodia de El Laberinto del Fauno

Y les sale algo mejor que los últimos 10 o 12 especiales de Halloween, fijo.


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Ya es oficial: temporada 26 confirmada.

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We want our fans to be the first to know: #thesimpsons has been picked-up for a 26th season!


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Ya he visto los dos ultimos:

Homerland

, no sigo la serie ni se de lo que va, pero el capitlo ha sido muy gracioso con homer, lisa, la tia y el tio ese. (en la secuencia post creditos hicieron canon todoas las series, bob's burgers y mcfarlne-verso).

Luego vi:
Treehouse of Horror XXIV

Fantasico, dividido en tres partes:

"Oh, the Places You'll D'oh!", la historia del gato, muy buenas las rimas.

"Dead and Shoulders", dos cabezas para todos tambien chulo

Y el mejor:
"Freaks No Geeks", te absorbe mucho, es un circo en los años 30, fantastico y la sorpres final genial.


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RABF22 - YOLO - November 10, 2013 (Chris Ledesma Twitter)
Written by Michael Nobori. (Chris Ledesma Twitter)

Russian soccer club Zenit St Petersburg have confirmed a partnership with Twentieth Century Fox to take part in a special campaign around its animated comedy The Simpsons. The 2012 Russian Football Championship winners will be one of four clubs, along with Spain's FC Barcelona, Argentina's Boca Juniors and Brazil's world club champions Corinthians, to participate in the promotion of a commemorative Fifa World Cup episode of the long-running series airing in March 2014. (SportsPro)


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Muy malas noticias, fallece Marcia Wallace

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>Comedy actress Marcia Wallace has died. She was 70, a week shy of her 71st birthday. “She passed at 9 PM last night due to complications from breast cancer of which she was a long and proud survivor and advocate for women and healing,” said Wallace’s close friend Cathryn Michon, who co-wrote and directed the actress’ final movie, the upcoming Muffin Top, in which Wallace co-stars alongside her son, Michael Hawley. “Ironically it was during breast cancer awareness month during which she was always a funny ray of hope for so many. I’m devastated.”

>She was beloved by all at The Simpsons and we intend to retire her irreplaceable character. Earlier we had discussed a potential storyline in which a character passed away. This was not Marcia’s Edna Krabappel. Marcia’s passing is unrelated and again, a terrible loss for all who had the pleasure of knowing her.”




http://www.deadline.com/2013/10/r-i-p-marcia-wallace/


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Una pena, que descanse en paz.

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¿Dejará de salir el personaje de Edna ahora?


¿A la cárcel vas a venir a robar?
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Horribeler escribió:
¿Dejará de salir el personaje de Edna ahora?



Si, dejara de salir el personaje.


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Black_Specter escribió:
Horribeler escribió:
¿Dejará de salir el personaje de Edna ahora?



Si, dejara de salir el personaje.


Venia a postearlo, una lastima...

Pero hay algo que no me acaba de gustar lo de "retirar a X personaje por el fallecimiento de su autor", ojo, que no es que me parezca mal, me parece un "homenaje" muy bonito de cara al autor y en cierta manera ayuda a revitalizar a la serie (ya que tendran que usar secundarios a los que han dado poco uso o crear nuevos)... pero es que la lista de personajes "eliminados" por un motivo u otro, empieza a ser elevada y poco a poco se estan cargando la serie

Hagamos memoria

-El capitan


-Lionel Hutz


-Troy Mclure


-Maude Flanders


-Tony el gordo


-Marvin Monroe


-Mona Simpson


-Amber Simpson


-Murphy encias sangrantes


-Sra.Glick


-Uter Zorker



Y mas que me quedo en el tintero...



FUS RO MOD! Guia de instalación y otimizacion de mods para SKYRIM

Recopilacion parches traductores PC...¡COLABORA!


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Creo que es normal que se retire un personaje si muere el actor que lo representa, si mañana muere Johnny Galecki, no espero que alguien lo reemplace como ¨Leonard¨ en Big Bang Theory.

Sobre la muerte de secundarios por decisiones de los creativos, no veo ningún problema, después de todo llevan más de 20 temporadas.


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