But the show goes on.
The Simpsons have been on our screens for 27 year's now and to mark the programs longevity the creators offered up a special episode in which lucky
callers could ask Homer questions live on air , the tree minute segment was at the end of the episode and proved to be as unfunny as the main show has
The "Simprovised" segment for those lucky enough not to have watched it.
Unfortunately the producers of The Simpsons have no intention of letting the ailing cash cow go and no doubt many more episodes of this once great but
now painfully unfunny show are in the works , for shame Fox , for shame.
It had its time...I let the Simpsons go a long time ago. Much better cartoons for social commentary and entertainment. South Park and Rick and Morty
are about the only two shows I watch anymore. Seasons are too short and too much time in between. Free Rick!
To say that the show is past its prime and that it should have ceased production are two of the biggest understatements of the last decade. I realise
there are millions of adoring fans that hate me for saying so, but the show is not even a mere shadow of what it once was. It's time for this once
great show to cease production and maintain some dignity.
I disagree for one simple fact they Simpsons have always been there for me as long as I can remember it debuted when I was 4 years old and it was on
the Tracy Ullman show since I was two, its the last remnant of my childhood, I can ignore the glaring bald spot in the back of my head but once the
Simpsons are cancelled I have to face the fact that I'm old. Btw Rick and Morty sucks
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