The Simpsons Are Back Who Doesn't Want The Free Laugh ???

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  1. DVD Movies Guest

    We all know about the popular hit show on Fox, "The Simpsons". Since
    1989, they have been around. A while after the release of their Movie,
    the complete 10th season is finally out. I think this is a great piece
    of Simpsons history as "Bart the Mother" involves the final appearance
    of
    Phil Hartman before his death. Unfortunately after this season, I
    believe seasons 11-12 became a tad stale in writing, nothing too bad
    until 13-14 where it got a bit worse. But still, at least the show
    still exists ...

    http://shopping.grabdiscount.com/The-Simpsons-The-Complete-Tenth-Season/REVIEW-USB000MQCFLO.htm


    I'm still laughing about "They Saved Lisa's Brain". When I saw it for
    the first time I thought to myself "Boy, they really got the sound of
    Stephen Hawking's vocoder right - only to read in the voice credits
    that the "The World's Smartest Man" had made a guest appearance.
    Classic and comic ....
  2. Grinder Guest

    DVD Movies wrote:
    > We all know about the popular hit show on Fox, "The Simpsons". Since
    > 1989, they have been around. A while after the release of their Movie,
    > the complete 10th season is finally out. I think this is a great piece
    > of Simpsons history as "Bart the Mother" involves the final appearance
    > of
    > Phil Hartman before his death. Unfortunately after this season, I
    > believe seasons 11-12 became a tad stale in writing, nothing too bad
    > until 13-14 where it got a bit worse. But still, at least the show
    > still exists ...
    >
    > http://shopping.grabdiscount.com/The-Simpsons-The-Complete-Tenth-Season/REVIEW-USB000MQCFLO.htm
    >
    >
    > I'm still laughing about "They Saved Lisa's Brain". When I saw it for
    > the first time I thought to myself "Boy, they really got the sound of
    > Stephen Hawking's vocoder right - only to read in the voice credits
    > that the "The World's Smartest Man" had made a guest appearance.
    > Classic and comic ....


    You're right, the Simpsons are hilarious. It's good to hear from you,
    DVD Movies, after so long. Where do I send the check?

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