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Postby jimliker » Mon Nov 22, 2004 8:16 pm

hey did Jim Carrey ever made an appearence on "the simpsons"?
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Postby Edward Nygma » Tue Nov 23, 2004 3:20 pm

I Wish! but sadly no.
Hey, maybe some day!
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Postby samurai_cable » Wed Nov 24, 2004 1:15 pm

I saw the one with Lisa protesting up a tree as well. That was a good one!

Today I saw a rather old one, where Homer has to find a job to raise Bart who is still in Marge's womb. And Thelma or Selma say something rather funny.

Homer: Kiddo, when you get outa there (speaking to Marge's tummy), you're gonna see a man with a good job.

Thelma/Selma (I have no idea): Yeah, the doctor. Hahaha... (and so on).


(some other episode... random quotes)

Marge: It's like he disappeared into thin air!

Thelma/Selma: More like fat air.

I'm tired......

Good bye.
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Postby Twigggy » Fri Dec 03, 2004 7:25 am

episodes from 89 to 96 were great after that it started sucking. I liked beavis and butthead and south park much more.
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Postby Edward Nygma » Fri Dec 03, 2004 5:32 pm

I'll just pretend I didn't read that... :roll:

I mean, Beav and Butt were great and South Park too but both started "sucking" too towards the end.
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Postby samurai_cable » Sun Dec 19, 2004 1:14 am

"Hey Everybody~!"

I've got a quizzy here for all you'se~ I'll start with some easier ones, then comes the harder ones >:D I'll present to you the answers later on ;)

1. What street do the Simpsons live on?

2. What does Bart name his elephant?

3. Who replaced Sideshow Bob?

4. Who was Ned Flanders' wife?

5. What instrument does Homer replace Lisa's saxophone with after it is stolen?

harder...

6. What is the name of Flanders' store?

7. What drink does Bart make for the mobsters?

8. The female version of Homer?

9. Selma and Patty's favourite star?

10. What singer does Mr. Burns force to perform for Marge?

11. What book does Dr. Wolfe, the dentist, show Ralph?

12. Who is Krusty's monkey?

13. What stonecutter number is assigned to Homer?


I'll leave it to here.... I took these questions from The Herald Sun by the way. I had no idea how to answer 80% of them.... :?
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Postby Edward Nygma » Sun Dec 19, 2004 2:58 pm

That's actually pretty tough but I'll give it a go :P

1. What street do the Simpsons live on?
Evergreen Terrace
2. What does Bart name his elephant?
Stampy
3. Who replaced Sideshow Bob?
Sideshow Mel
4. Who was Ned Flanders' wife?
Maude Flanders
5. What instrument does Homer replace Lisa's saxophone with after it is stolen?
A weird bottle thingy
harder...
6. What is the name of Flanders' store?
The Leftorium
7. What drink does Bart make for the mobsters?
Martini
8. The female version of Homer?
D'OH!
9. Selma and Patty's favourite star?
Mc Gyver
10. What singer does Mr. Burns force to perform for Marge?
Tom Jones, I think
11. What book does Dr. Wolfe, the dentist, show Ralph?
hem...The Book of British Smiles?
12. Who is Krusty's monkey?
Mr something
13. What stonecutter number is assigned to Homer?
Beats me !
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Postby Undomiel » Sun Dec 19, 2004 6:01 pm

4. Ned Flanders has also got a wife in Las Vegas ;D
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Postby Twigggy » Sun Dec 19, 2004 8:18 pm

Edward Nygma wrote:I'll just pretend I didn't read that... :roll:

I mean, Beav and Butt were great and South Park too but both started "sucking" too towards the end.





I dont think beavis and butthead ever started sucking. Mike Judge ended it too fast for it to start sucking. I was a big simpsons fan but they seem to be running out of ideas. The old episodes were great, I just think the show should have ended years ago.
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Postby jxm145 » Tue Dec 21, 2004 6:53 pm

The Simpsons ar my all time favourite cartoon. Sure South Park is good but some episodes are just wrong. The Simpsons however don't go to far and I find the humour very funny.

The best episode was when bart gets arrested, goes to jail and decides to test a hole bunch of magnaphones together and then says "testing". I actually found myself on the floor when the show the scene where bart goes outside the house and you see the cops chasing him. LOL

I watch to this day because they always seem to come up with more funny things. :lol:
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Postby samurai_cable » Wed Dec 22, 2004 4:10 am

heh... ok, I'll just post the answers now

Edward came really close, way closer than me anyway :P

1. Evergreen Terrace or Spalding Way (no idea about this street...)
2. Stampy
3. Sideshow Mel
4. Maude Flanders
5. Jug
6. Leftorium
7. A Manhattan
8. Mindy Simmons
9. MacGyver
10. Tom Jones
11. The Big Book of British Smiles
12. Mr. Teeny
13. 908

There you go~!

heh...... I watched the baseball one just yesterday :) Jose Canseco was in it :D The other part that was funny:

Marge was recording Homer from the stand, and he was scratching his crotch, then she tells Bart and Lisa to tell her when he stops.

Marge: Kids, has he stopped yet?
Bart: We'll tell you, mom.

Simpsons rocks :o
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Postby Jim-aholic » Mon Dec 27, 2004 7:34 pm

I looooooooooooove the Simpsons ... my most favorite scene ever is when Willy sings "I'm a maniac" I just love his scottish accent :D
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Postby Edward Nygma » Thu Dec 30, 2004 5:21 pm

Yeah, I saw the Softball one too recently, this one rocks, one of my favourites! Did anyone see the episode where Homer becomes smart, it was great!
:wink: Not to mention the new one where the school gets snowed in and the kids are all stuck inside, that episode was hilarious! :lol:
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Postby samurai_cable » Fri Dec 31, 2004 11:12 am

I remember the episode when Homer gets smart :D I love the crayon bit~

"I don't feel so good..."

and the snowed in one :D

i haven't been able to watch Simpsons for a while..... i'm in Brisbane... and I've just been to Queensland; MOVIEWORLD ROCKS, you'se gotta go there someday!! There's like this really cool Matrix Exhibit, Scooby Doo ride (IT's AWeSoMe!), Wild Wild West water ride... i got soakin wet, The Parade!, Batman ride.... not that good actually...., Marvin the Martian in 3D (that was alright....), Lethal Weapon roller coaster (The most turbulance i guess, really fun!), last but not least, the STunt Show (it's maaad!! gotta go see it!!)

This is completely not Simpsons related.......... but i'm on holiday..... i can't catch simpsons on tv no more.......... i'm also paying 2 dollars AUS for 15 minutes on this computer.... oh well :D

Enjoy your holidays everybody!!!!!!
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Postby Edward Nygma » Sun Jan 02, 2005 4:13 pm

That sounds actually pretty cool!
8) What was the Batman Ride?
:D
Hey, you know what would be cool? A Jim Carrey theme park! With Ace Ventura rides in the jungle and stuff! A Count Olaf haunted house! A Mask rollercoaster! I dunno... :?
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