Quote of the Day

“Stop being such babies! You can’t be afraid to try new things. For instance, tonight I’m using a . . . Apu, what do you call this things again?” – Homer Simpson
“A napkin.” – Apu Nahasapeemapetilon
“Hahahaha, outrageous!” – Homer Simpson

2 Responses to “Quote of the Day”

  1. 1 Lane
    11 February 2018 at 6:15 am

    Hello, Charlie Sweatpants. I knew something was wrong with new Simpsons episodes, but I couldn’t boil down particularly what was wrong with them. You’se loyal stonecutters did just that, in a great manner. You all perfectly explained what made ‘The Simpsons’ so awesome, and legendary, and what made ‘Zombie Simpsons’ so horrible, in terms of quality, and what made it so painful to watch. It’s great to see all of this explained so well, that it became a joy to read almost every article on this site.
    I’m surprised at how much I enjoyed reading these posts/articles, particularly ‘behind us forever’, and ‘animation alley’. I also enjoyed that other animation article on the episode ‘Homer goes to College’, written by ‘Unpaid Guest'( It’s a very unique name, by the way). My favourite posts, though, are the ‘compare and contrast’ ones.
    Those ‘compare and contrast’ articles are brilliant. They are so in-depth, and almost everything is explained so thoroughly. They’ve been good to read( Although, as is any article written by a loyal stonecutter). There’ve been a couple of funny bits as well. Mostly though, it answered a lot of questions about what made ‘The Simpsons’ in it’s heyday so good, and what makes ‘Modern Simpsons’, so bad. Well, all questions, but one.
    Charlie Sweatpants, you’ve stated countless times in your articles, about how terrible moral episodes are. You particularly accuse the episode ‘Marge Be Not Proud’ as one of these type of hateable episodes. When you compared that episode to ‘Bart Vs. Thanksgiving’, you said that the latter was a great episode, because it had more to it than only morals, while the former was not, since morals was all it had. I largely agree. I don’t like ‘Marge Be Not Proud’ ( Though I don’t despise it either). The problem is that I love ‘Homer Vs. Lisa & The 8th Commandment’, an episode I consider one of the most full on moral episodes I’ve ever seen. So here’s my big question: How can ‘Marge Vs. Lisa & The 8th Commandments’ be so great, if it’s a hard core moral episode, pretty much since the very beginning?
    I’m very curious about this, and I thought I’d ask, since this you and the other loyal stonecutters have answered most of questions regarding the show’s decline, and what made it great in the first place. Forgive me, if you’ve already answered this question, because I haven’t read all of the ‘compare and contrast’ articles, although, I have to scroll down very far to continue from where I last read. One way or another, please answer my question with a reply to my comment.

    P.S: Since you’se loyal stonecutters, know all the rights and wrongs of the show, why can’t you’se team up to create your own animated sitcom. Just food for thought.

    P.P.S: By the way, ‘napkin’ really is an outrageous word.

    P.P.P.S: Just another reminder to answer my question.

  2. 2 Dave
    11 February 2018 at 6:55 am

    “I can see through time!”

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