Debbie Mahan IG: new Simpson's art shared for "Panic On The Streets Of Springfield" episode (April 15, 2021)


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Debbie Mahan is an animator for the series.
It appears her husband is helping with attention to detail.
Looks worth a watch.
So reminder: this Sunday, the 18th, S32 E19 will air Stateside and via related companies elsewhere.
Regards,
FWD.


Update:
Now a Central Post.
Related item:
* = link/page deleted from Central - April 25, 2021.
 

GirlAfraidWillNeverLearn

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the_kaz

Active Member
It's been a good decade since I last chose to watch a new episode of The Simpsons because it's become so bad, but I'm looking forward to this.
 

Gregor Samsa

I straighten up, and my position is one of hope.
Modern era Simpsons is underrated. The idea that it’s supposed to be oh so bad is in my opinion preposterous. It’s not trendy anymore, and it’s definitely not as cutting edge or groundbreaking, and I guess that’s what’s behind all the hate. I also get the feeling that the people criticizing the show never really watch it.
 

robbanks

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I haven't turned on this show in 20 or 30 years but I turned it on this past Sunday because I wasn't sure if it was the "Panic" episode.
Instead it was a "vegan" themed episode and it was actually really funny.
 

TonyMaroneythePony

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I am sure the writers will have their fun with 21st century Moz, but alas, he will have his as well come August......
 
I

Its meo

Guest
The Simpson family first appeared as shorts in The Tracey Ullman Show on April 19, 1987. The smiths hadnt broken up yet :screamcat:
 
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Vegan. Cro. Spirit. 888

Guest
By the way, I am the only person on this planet to have been on Mastermind with both The Simpsons and The Smiths as specialist subject


o_O
wtf? No you were not alone on that stupid episode🤒
there were several other nutters on that dumb program.🤥
nutter central that program experts on the floppy pantaloons used
during the renaissance, ffs experts in insane nonsensical stuff:blushing:
 

ACTON

Don't Leave Us In The Dark
Brilliant.

Can you read what's on the Homer Queen Is Dead poster? When I zoom it goes blurry, or maybe my aged eyes are to blame. My squint tells me it says the same thing: Panic On The Streets Of Springfield.
 

ACTON

Don't Leave Us In The Dark
By the way, I am the only person on this planet to have been on Mastermind with both The Simpsons and The Smiths as specialist subject
The only thing better than being on Mastermind would be trading putdowns with Avon on Blake's Seven. Or getting run over by a Dalek on Doctor Who. Or getting stuck forever in a painting on Sapphire & Steel. I just realised I have a fetish for cheap BBC sci-fi.
 

Radis Noir

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The only thing better than being on Mastermind would be trading putdowns with Avon on Blake's Seven. Or getting run over by a Dalek on Doctor Who. Or getting stuck forever in a painting on Sapphire & Steel. I just realised I have a fetish for cheap BBC sci-fi.
Sorry to be so pedantic but Sapphire and Steel was on ITV. I occasionally catch reruns on one of the more obscure satellite channels. It's almost incomprehensible now to think that that was peak-time TV viewing back in the 70s/80s.
 

ACTON

Don't Leave Us In The Dark
Sorry to be so pedantic but Sapphire and Steel was on ITV. I occasionally catch reruns on one of the more obscure satellite channels. It's almost incomprehensible now to think that that was peak-time TV viewing back in the 70s/80s.
Oops I should have remembered that. It is still prime time viewing for me! Give me an episode of Blake's 7 & an IPA on a Friday night and I'm happy.
 

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