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» Do you ever feel the Classic Era is too short?

May 24, 2020 - 1:47 PM - by ManuelMaiden95
The last few weeks I've been watching the Simpsons in order and I plan to stop watching after season 9 or maybe some episodes of season 10.
I'm already by season 4 and I got this weird feeling that I had already watched half of the truly perfect seasons. It made me feel like the Classic era is too short.
I know that it wasn't, that most shows don't even make it to the third season without dropping in quality. But it still makes me sad that in two months I can easily finish watching all the Classic era (I'm usually watching 2 or 3 episodes a day on average)
Have you ever... [Read More]
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» Abe Simpson and Mona Simpson's age

May 24, 2020 - 9:12 AM - by ManuelMaiden95
I always thought that grandpa Simpson must be at least 20 years older than Mona. However in recent biographies grandpa is just a few years older which doesn't make sense.
Mona is shown to have been a hippy during the 60's. In those flashbacks she and her friends look like they are in their 20's. Most hippies were around that age in the 60's.
This means that Mona was born in the early to mid 40's.
And we know that Abe was a soldier during D day in 1944. We don't know exactly his age there. Let's assume that as most soldiers he was fairly young.
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» Really obscure references you like

May 24, 2020 - 8:56 AM - by Financial Panther
In Itchy & Scratchy: The Movie, Homer tells Marge hes thinking of a number between 1 and 50, and Marge correctly guesses 37. Im pretty sure this is a reference to 37 being the most common random number chosen.

What obscure references do you like?
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