^Doesn't he use rope for a belt and live in a small dirty place?
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^Doesn't he use rope for a belt and live in a small dirty place?
he might be poor, but he still has a job to get some money. I'm talking about him losing the bar and not making any money.
but this is probably wrong because from the title it sounds like the 'tavern through time' episode. I'm just saying there's a chance it could also be him losing his bar and going plain broke
Last edited by Jesse Pinkman; 07-30-2011 at 10:59 AM.
February 5 is Super Bowl Sunday, so that's out as well.
Has anybody heard anything special airing on February 12 on Fox? (It's not the NFL Pro Bowl, as that's the week before the Super Bowl now.)
No special airing of any episodes known on February 12th. They might use that date (Or Feb. 13th) to start the biggest hype of all, such as the stars of other FOX shows honoring and giving tribute to the Simpsons for reaching the 500th episode.
One such idea is if the next edition of Hell's Kitchen airs during that week, have a Simpsons themed episode in which the challenge is for each chef to cook a fine dining dish that would please a specific character on the show. Except the problem with that is not all the chefs are likely to have watched The Simpsons so you may need to give the chefs some descriptions on what type of appetites the character usually has.
They did such an episode of Top Chef Masters and here is the clip of the food being reviewed by the Simpsons staff. It was from the 6th episode from season 2 titled "Scary Surf and Turf"
One weird thing about this is that Chief Wiggum, Moe Syzslak, and Apu are three characters involved. The first two of those are quite difficult for devoted Simpsons fans to analyze what type of food they would like and if it wasn't for us finding out that Apu is a vegan, it would've been just as difficult to analyze what type of food he would like.
Last edited by biffwestwood; 08-05-2011 at 12:03 PM.
I remember that from Top Chef. I really enjoyed watching it, so if they ever did a similar challenge in Hells Kitchen, I would be pleased.
You can do anything if you put your mind to it.
Everything happens for a reason.
Just be yourself. Everyone else is already taken.
Don't worry about the world ending today. It's already tomorrow in Australia.
Oh, the comedic possibilites--Gordan Ramsey grinning like an idiot and yelling at Homer for screwing up the mashed potatoes!!!!11!!1! God, I can't wait for the screaming moron match to begin.
Well, ya'know if you stay positive and forget about trivial things like "proper characterization," "Satire," and "emotional depth" watching new Simpsons episodes can be a seemingly enjoyable lie.
Anybody hear any more information about "the book job"? That episode intrigues and scares the hell out of me at the same time.
At the risk of sounding like a fanboy I must say I'm getting really excited for the new season and will interested to see how they pull off some of these more ambitious ideas.
I discovered a new title on Wikipedia for an episode that should be part of Season 23: Moe Goes From Rags To Riches I haven't found a plotline for this episode yet (I don't think there's one available yet).
Thanks blobulle. I am cautiously excited for that one. Could be awful, who knows? I believe the episode " Moe Goes From Rags To Riches" is the episode about a historic journey through moe's bar with moe's bar-rag ( voiced by Jeremy Irons) as our tour guide. I am just guessing that that is the episode in question. I haven't actually read anywhere whether or not that plotline and that title are connected. It makes sense though. Does anyone know what "The Falcon and The D'ohman" is about? I heard that's the season premiere this year
Thanks matty. Wow, we know a lot about this upcoming season. I'm pretty optimistic that this could be a good one.
And two more guys who got tricked into thinking the show was still popular: Anthony Bourdain and Aron Ralston will be guest starring.
Originally Posted by David Mirkin, 1995
After the checks cleared, the show was as good as ever.
(Checks will not be honored.)
We got a FOX Press Release regarding the upcoming 23rd season in which it is mostly new information on what already known guest stars will be in which episodes.
ALL-STAR ROSTER OF GUEST-VOICE APPEARANCES
ON “ANIMATION DOMINATION” STARTING THIS FALL ON FOX
Kiefer Sutherland, Jeremy Irons, Joan Rivers, Jane Lynch, Andy Garcia,
Carl Reiner, Kanye West, Fergie, Phylicia Rashad, Florence Henderson, Will Arnett,
Ryan Reynolds, Ricky Gervais, Cate Blanchett, Cee Lo Green, Anjelica Huston,
Amy Sedaris and Kathy Griffin Among Guest Voices on Upcoming Seasons
of THE SIMPSONS, THE CLEVELAND SHOW, FAMILY GUY and AMERICAN DAD
Premiering Sunday, September 25, on FOX
New Series ALLEN GREGORY Debuts Sunday, October 30
ANIMATION DOMINATION kicks off this fall with a star-studded lineup of guest voices on returning favorite animated series THE SIMPSONS, THE CLEVELAND SHOW, FAMILY GUY and AMERICAN DAD premiering Sunday, Sept. 25 (8:00-10:00 PM ET/PT) on FOX. New kid on the block, ALLEN GREGORY, sets out on his first day of school Sunday, Oct. 30 (8:30-9:00 PM ET/PT).
THE SIMPSONS serve up a feast of guest voices this fall, including culinary globetrotter Anthony Bourdain (“No Reservations”) and celebrity chef Gordon Ramsay (MASTERCHEF, HELL’S KITCHEN, KITCHEN NIGHTMARES) in “The Food Wife.” Kiefer Sutherland (“24”) plays a former CIA agent in the season premiere episode, and later this season, LISA (Yeardley Smith) falls in love with actor/comedian Michael Cera (“Scott Pilgrim vs. The World”) on Valentine’s Day; Aron Ralston casts a “127 Hour” spell on Springfield in the 22nd annual “Treehouse of Horror XXII” Halloween episode; actor Jeremy Irons (“Die Hard with a Vengeance”) plays MOE’s (Hank Azaria) only friend, a bar rag; and actor Armie Hammer (“The Social Network”) lends his voice to “The D’Ohcial Network.” Additional guest stars paying Springfield a visit this upcoming season include Joan Rivers (“Fashion Police,” “Hollywood Squares”), Emmy Award winner Jane Lynch (GLEE), Academy Award nominee Andy Garcia (“Ocean’s Eleven”) and contemporary artist and graphic designer Shepard Fairey.
Stars returning to Stoolbend on THE CLEVELAND SHOW this season include actors Craig Robinson (“The Office”) and Jamie Kennedy (“Ghost Whisperer”); Emmy-nominated actor John Slattery (“Mad Men”); comedian/actor Will Forte (“Saturday Night Live”); and legendary actor/comedian Carl Reiner (“The Dick Van Dyke Show”). Musical superstars Fergie and will.i.am of The Black Eyed Peas and Kanye West will also return to the series. Additional guest voices next season include quintessential TV moms Phylicia Rashad (“The Cosby Show”) and Florence Henderson (“The Brady Bunch”); Emmy-nominated funny-man Will Arnett (“Up All Night”); Darren Criss of the hit series GLEE; rapper Nicki Minaj; singer/songwriter Bruno Mars; Grammy Award winner Questlove of The Roots; and some of baseball’s biggest heavy hitters including reigning National League MVP Joey Votto, Matt Kemp, Andre Ethier, David Ortiz and legendary baseball Hall of Famer Johnny Bench.
This fall on FAMILY GUY, actor and heartthrob Ryan Reynolds (“The Green Hornet”) becomes obsessed with Peter Griffin in “Stewie Goes for a Drive.” Additional guest stars include comedian Ricky Gervais (“The Ricky Gervais Show”) and Academy Award nominated actresses Cate Blanchett (“I’m Not There”), Anna Kendrick (“Up in the Air”) and Ellen Page (“Inception”). And on AMERICAN DAD, singer/music producer Cee Lo Green performs on the musical episode “Hot Water.” Other guest voice appearances include actor Patrick Stewart (“Star Trek: The Next Generation”), Pro-Football Hall of Famer Shannon Sharpe, actress Anjelica Huston (“The Royal Tenenbaums”), BONES crime-solving duo David Boreanaz and Emily Deschanel, “Buffy the Vampire Slayer” alumnae Sarah Michelle Gellar and Alyson Hannigan, actress/author Amy Sedaris (“Strangers With Candy”) and comedienne/reality show star Kathy Griffin (“My Life on the D List”).
New series ALLEN GREGORY makes its ANIMATION DOMINATION debut Sunday, Oct. 30 (8:30-9:00 PM ET/PT). This season, ALLEN GREGORY (Jonah Hill) tracks down his surrogate mother played by Elizabeth Banks (“30 Rock”) and soon realizes that maybe two dads are better than one. Also appearing as a recurring guest voice is Leslie Mann (“Knocked Up”) as GINA WINTHROP, Allen Gregory’s teacher; and Jake Johnson (NEW GIRL) as JOEL ZADAK, the most popular kid in school.
"I can write better than anybody who can write faster, and I can write faster than anybody who can write better."
- A. J. Liebling (1904-1963)
" Well i always thought if a song was not going to say something, it should be an instrumental "
- Gil Scott Heron ( NPR 1985 )
an episode commemorating my 50th Birthdaya Valentine's Day episode, so that will air on 2/12 (despite the fact that Fox airs Treehouse of Horror episodes after Halloween, when specific dates are mentioned, they don't want to air the episodes after them - ever hear the story about the King of the Hill Thanksgiving episode that was shelved for an entire year because it was planned for the Sunday before Thanksgiving, but NFL ran so long that night that they pre-empted it, and they didn't want to air it after Thanksgiving?).
It's sad to see all of the infomation revolves around what guests are going to be on
Here is an image of the Tony Bourdain's upcoming appearance...
Could be this the Antartica episode?
Sorry for my English
Season 24: Moonshine River: 2.5/5 | Treehouse of Horror XXIII: 4/5 | Adventures In Baby-Getting: 4/5 | Gone Abie Gone: 4.5/5 | Penny-Wiseguys: 3/5 |
A Tree Grows in Springfield: 4/5 | The Day The Earth Stood Cool: 5/5 | To Cur, With Love: 5/5 | Homer Goes to Prep School: 2/5 |
A Test Before Tryng: 5/5 Best of the Season by Now
Anyway thanks for this information SA.
Last edited by Blobulle; 08-07-2011 at 11:27 PM.
So you expect him to be able to look from his house in France and spot Antarctica 9000 miles or so away?
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