Tress MacNeille did Manjula in The Sweetest Apu instead of Jan Hooks. Unsure why Hooks was unavailable, tho.
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Has Manjula had a talking role since that Season 13 episode and did Jan Hooks reprise her role?
I can't remember if Manjula has appeared (and spoken) since the "Sweetest Apu".
Large Marge- she is walking with Marge after Marge is certain Homer finds her unattractive.
Brake My Wife, Please- Homer and Marge meet Apu and Manjula outside the therapy office, and Manjula says (paraphrased) "Let's go honey", and elbows him in the stomach.
I'm not sure if she's spoken in 15 (or nothing really sticks out in my mind.)
As far as we know Jan Hooks did that line?Originally Posted by Colburn
She was in Milhouse Doesn't Live Here Anymore. Can't remember if she spoke.Originally Posted by Colburn
Which episode is it when Bart goes to the kitchen whistling the simpsons theme and Marge tells him to stop "whistling that annoying tune"?
Bart Gets Famous
Quick- what time (Eastern) does the new episode play tonight?
Approx. 10:30 pm ET at the earliest, depending on how long the game goes and how long Fox wants to carry on the postgame ceremonies, etc.
What time is it in america now? Has the show begun yet?
It's on right now.
Why is The Be Sharps supposed to be a funny name? And in Kamp Krusty school finishes on something like June 4, do American schools really start their summer holiday that early (and when do they have to go back)?
"B-Sharp" is a double-entendre, with a twist. It sounds like "Be sharp!", meaning a request to be aware, to listen, to be smart, and/or be at you best. But it also sounds like a musical note - the musical octave has notes A through G, and there are some corresponding keys that are "Sharps" and Flats" - and they are a music group. The 'twist' is that there is no such actual note as "B Sharp".
Yes - school season ends in late May/early June, and begins again in late August/early September. The date varies school systen to system, school to school, and year to year.
Is that it? I thought it was something subtle.Originally Posted by Roger Myers III
What season is it when Homer was put on medical marijuana?
And its a parody of the Beatles too.Originally Posted by Roger Myers III
Season 13 - Weekend At Burnsie'sOriginally Posted by McCabe
Not sure if it's been asked or not, but in the Sideshow Bob Roberts episode, is the overhead shot of Lisa in the library a reference to a movie?
Also, in the episode where Bart gets a Big Brother, is Homer's speech on the steps (where he's speaking with an English accent) a parody of anything?
In one of the more recent episodes, Lisa's science project is upstaged by a robot which Martin builds and nicknames C.H.U.M. Dont remember if its last season or what, but which episode is this?
Also what does he say C.H.U.M. is an acronym for?
The episode is fat man and little boy couldnt find what it stood for but ill guess Cybernetic Huminiod Ultimate Machine. Wow this is my 100 post, Ive done this in two weeks! (Bragging about being a Simspon nut)
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Which episode is it with Bart's twin brother? I think it was one of the THOH, but I don't know.
THOH VII.Originally Posted by Good Ol' Gil
Mr. Slippery: I think it was "Childlike Humanoid Urban Muchacho".
According to the review thread for Sleeping with the Enemy, the scene where Skinner is at Edna's house and says "This means nothing" is a meta-reference. I'm sure its something simple, but I don't get it. Explain, please?
It means we're supposed to guess that since Edna and Skinner are together, they're actually dating again after they went their separate ways in My Big Fat Geek Wedding (which didn't really specify the state of their relationship after the wedding fell through). But, as Skinner implies, don't look too much into their being together... they could still be 'just friends' or they could be dating again. We don't know and Skinner doesn't care if we do.
So Matt Groening has signed the cast up until 19 Seasons but thus far FOX has only ordered up to 17 Seasons?
That is exactly right, plus the fact that the cast are signed up to do 3 films, as well.Originally Posted by Jaffas85
But the films arn't intended to be made and released until after the series has ended?? right?Originally Posted by Simpsons Forever!
So thaty'll prolly be 2009 or so..
Yes, no films will be released until the series has ended (according to current plans.) If The Simpsons ends after Season 17, the earliest the first film would be released is Christmas 2006.Originally Posted by Jaffas85
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