Monthly Archives: September 2017

Talking Simpsons Season 21 Final Thoughts & Recap

Here is every episode of season 21 reviewed: 1.”Homer the Whopper” 2.”Bart Gets a ‘Z’” 3.”The Great Wife Hope” 4.”Treehouse of Horror XX” 5.”The Devil Wears Nada” 6.”Pranks and Greens” 7.”Rednecks and Broomsticks” 8.”O Brother, Where Bart Thou?” 9.”Thursdays with

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Talking Simpsons #554: Judge Me Tender

The 21st season finale of The Simpsons is Judge Me Tender, the 23rd episode of the season and the 464th overall, first broadcasted on May 23, 2010 with a script by Dan Greaney & Allen Glazer and directed by Steven

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Do You Remember? #97: Tweety’s High Flying Adventure

Of all the Looney Tunes characters you could’ve given their own spinoff feature for…..was Tweety Bird really at the top of their list? Tweety’s High-Flying Adventure is a 2000 direct-to-video musical comedy animated film produced by Tom Minton and James

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Movie Stop #53: Rice @ Pittsburgh

Kind of the last minute but today, I got to go to Heinz Field for the Pitt Panthers football game against Rice so here’s video from the game. Check out new Movie Stops every Saturday exclusively on our new Youtube

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Talking Simpsons #553: The Bob Next Door

The Bob Next Door, the 22nd episode of season 21 and the 463rd overall, was first broadcasted on May 16, 2010 with a script by John Frink and directed by Nancy Kruse. Bart becomes convinced that their new neighbor is

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More To Say #48: Career Opportunities

Career Opportunities is a 1991 American romantic comedy film starring Frank Whaley in his first lead role and co-starring Jennifer Connelly. It was written and co-produced by John Hughes and directed by Bryan Gordon. Josie, the daughter of the town’s

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The TV Weekly #222: 2010: The Year In Television

The Year In Movies posts have been successful in the last few years so why not do the same for TV shows too. Much like The Year In Movies, we’ll be taking a look at the 10 best and worst

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