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You Kent Always Say What You Want
The word "acquaintances" is mispelled on his "wall of casual acquaintances who came to stay with us for a while".
Gone Maggie Gone
One of the act break riddles says, "can you try and figure this out?" rather than "can you try to figure this out?"
At Long Last Leave
Lol, you know what one I'm talking about.
Okay, so isn't this enough proof that the writers aren't qualified? So many times when there are written words placed on the screen, there are glaring spelling and grammar mistakes which they'd have months to notice. I don't even watch the current show and these have stood out to me on my first viewings.
I'm no grammar nazi, but come on, this is a multi-billion dollar television show with paid writers, editors, etc, with a year-long production process. How do they let this shit slide? Sure, people can say that the current hate towards the show's writing are just subjective opinions, but they can't argue against spelling and grammar (although they will anyway).
I can't picture the current show making a joke like, "No, money down!". I want to read the actual scripts from this era, just to see how awkward they sound, especially after seeing this little transcript from a recent episode:
Bart: That’s even sadder than being friends with Milhouse.
Milhouse: You know something, Bart, I’m getting tired of things like that.
Bart: Tired of what? I dump on you and you take it, that’s how friendship works.
Milhouse: Not anymore. Friendship over.
Haha, yech! Why are they hiring illiterates?! Personally... I don't believe they are. I don't want to believe that nobody is noticing all of these mistakes. I've decided to conclude that this is further proof that they don't care about the show, and the only reason it takes so long to produce is because of the animation process. The scripts are shat out in a couple of days, if that. Riiiight?