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Kimmelweck wrote:
18 Dec 2020, 12:39pm
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VH, Jr. has watched all 32 seasons of the Simpsons during quarantine, so VH decided to get this for him for Hanukkah. Thought you all might get a kick out of this.
That looks really cool Jenny. I should get one that’s just ol’ Gil alone on the couch in a Buffalo Sabres jersey.
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JennyB wrote:
18 Dec 2020, 12:15pm
VH, Jr. has watched all 32 seasons of the Simpsons during quarantine, so VH decided to get this for him for Hanukkah. Thought you all might get a kick out of this.
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Thanks, all! I can't wait until it gets here.
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JennyB wrote:
18 Dec 2020, 12:15pm
VH, Jr. has watched all 32 seasons of the Simpsons during quarantine, so VH decided to get this for him for Hanukkah. Thought you all might get a kick out of this.
The shirts are great. VH Jr has impressive fortitude to make it that far. Does he have any thoughts on the series as a whole? I'm just curious if someone his age and generation feels similarly to most of us about the sacredness of Seasons 3-ish to 9ish.
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matedog wrote:
18 Dec 2020, 3:03pm
JennyB wrote:
18 Dec 2020, 12:15pm
VH, Jr. has watched all 32 seasons of the Simpsons during quarantine, so VH decided to get this for him for Hanukkah. Thought you all might get a kick out of this.
The shirts are great. VH Jr has impressive fortitude to make it that far. Does he have any thoughts on the series as a whole? I'm just curious if someone his age and generation feels similarly to most of us about the sacredness of Seasons 3-ish to 9ish.
Nahhh. He thinks it's all pretty hilarious. Though he did seem to feel like it was a bit of a slog toward the end.
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Something Wicker This Way Comes, did I make that up or did I see it on a storefront in the Springfield Mall?
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Dr. Medulla wrote:
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Ni asked what I would be making for dinner.

"Steamed hams."
"What?" a look like I've gone me tal.
"Burgers. Like the Simpsons. When Skinner has Chalmers round for dinner?"
"Don't remember that one."

I recited the entire scene, flawlessly, like a Shakespearean actor would remember (leaving out the part about Aurora Borealis) and we both laughed hysterically.
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Silent Majority wrote:
23 Dec 2020, 7:11am
Dr. Medulla wrote:
11 Sep 2020, 6:28am
Silent Majority wrote:
11 Sep 2020, 2:53am
Ni asked what I would be making for dinner.

"Steamed hams."
"What?" a look like I've gone me tal.
"Burgers. Like the Simpsons. When Skinner has Chalmers round for dinner?"
"Don't remember that one."

I recited the entire scene, flawlessly, like a Shakespearean actor would remember (leaving out the part about Aurora Borealis) and we both laughed hysterically.
Little moments that make life not suck. :cool:
We independently got one another Steamed Hams t-shirts for Christmas.
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I read this the other day, I liked how somebody told HIM what one of the jokes was about.

And here I am on Xmas eve, remembering how much I love the very end of ToH IV.
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So glad to be proven correct about the Hank Scorpio shoe joke. The overthought version is significantly less funny to me.
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I never for a second thought the shoe joke referred to that instant. (Over)thinking otherwise is just weird.

The towel joke is even funnier to me now, tho.
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I can't explain why I find this line funny, but I do. Basically, whenever I encounter the name Roy, I default to, "Yeah, hi Roy."
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