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I listened to the commentary again. He says it in a very nonchalent way and everybody keeps quiet after that which makes me believe that it was his favorite joke from the episode.
If it was his favorite joke from the series he probably would have explained why he loved it so much etc...
Just my two cents...
My last sentence was, actually, about English language in general. Can you use a word "show" to refer to a single episode?
People in the business often do, but the general public usually doesn't.
The Otto Show commentary made me laugh throughout the while episode..
My favorite commentary is the one of The Cartridge Family.
Sweet & Sour Marge is pretty good if you like hearing someone (I think it was Tom Gammill?) make an ass out of themself. Almost seconds after they discuss the engaging realization that a lot of Springfield residents are fat and something about a world record book, I think it was Gammill who asks "Where did this idea come from?"
And then there's the classic back and forth:
Gammill: You know what Paul said while he was working on it?
Mark Kirkland: What?
Kirkland: (sternly) Yes. "Whee".
The Cartridge Family is legendary for featuring someone who may or may not be John Freaking Swartzwelder!
Marge Be Not Proud features the best guest star recollection ever. Josh going off about Teirney was hilarious and you have to give him credit for still finding something nice to say.
And I still like the commentry for I Am Furious (Yellow) because Stan Lee is fun to listen to.
I will add just as a generalization that any of them that have George Meyer in them are must hears for me. I think that guy is hilarious.
My favorite is the one for "Who Shot Mr. Burns part 2". Mirkin, Groening, Oakley, Weinstein and Silverman are all my favorite commentators together and are at the top of their game throughout. Generally any with Mirkin are hilarious.
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