So, I have officially been a member here for five years. A lot has happened here since then. I believe I've come a long way from that immature little brat who was so enthralled by the idea that he could actually talk with other people that he would just spam the board to get attention. I think I've evolved from a laughingstock around here and have become a fairly respected member. My love for the Simpsons has not waned one bit since I joined. I love this place, and I love all of you. I know I'll
Before we continue onto part 2, let's just set the mood:
It could very well be because he just wanted to make up for past mistakes of what he considered a boring life, which would explain why he didn't just accept Gretchen and Elliot's money to pay for his treatment as well as the offer to return to Gray Matter (which was explained that he rightfully earned due to his strides
Updated 02-25-2015 at 01:45 PM by lionelhutz123
Alright, so this episode aired last week, yet lazyhutz123 still presses onward with the review. Let's recall what cooked up.
"Dirty laundry" manager Dennis doing time? Things kick off with the return of his character and a reveal that he's serving eight years minimum of jail-time. The old world of Gustavo Fring's empire continues to crumble unless none of Mike's guys break under the pressure of Hank and the DEA. Mike meets with Dennis to make sure he's still keeping
Updated 02-25-2015 at 01:43 PM by lionelhutz123
After 9/11, Matt Groening has tried to stay away from the news, because it would always cause him to have panic attacks. However, on July 21st, Matt was walking by a television store, and everyone was crowding by, so he looked to see what was so important. Then, he saw the most heartbreaking sight he had ever seen.
Afterwards, he ran out of the building, and locked himself into his car. Panicking, he looked through his files, and found a single piece
You know when you go to McDonalds and you order a cheeseburger?
That's a cheeseburger.