Good news, everyone! The Talking Simpsons Patreon has started its newest miniseries, and this time around, we'll be looking at all 13 episodes of Futurama's first season. For our inaugural episode, we dig into the pilot (aptly named "Space Pilot 3000") as well as every detail we could possibly find about Futurama's production! If you dig our clip-and-reference-heavy take on The Simpsons, you'll definitely find a lot to love with our same treatment of Futurama. So jump into the nearest probulator, crank up the volume, and get ready for Henry, Bob, and Chris to introduce you to THE WORLD OF TOMORROW!
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Homer becomes a big fat dynamo to get out of working in an office, but is it really as great as it seems? Homer learns the joys of mumus and fabric softener, all while we chat about the episode with special guest Dan Ryckert (Giant Bomb, All Systems Goku)! So press that "any" key and get to listening while you wash yourself with a rag on a stick!
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Has anyone here seen the movie Tron? Well, it doesn't matter, because this Halloween classic parodies Twilight Zone, Nightmare on Elm Street, Godzilla and so much more. This one even features the historic debut of a CGI Homer and Bart. Learn about every confusing reference in detail in this extra long episode of Talking Simpsons!
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Spirituality, restaurants, and pogs all in one episode - you know it's a classic Simpsons. After befouling church with rock and/or roll, Bart sell his soul to Milhouse only to deeply regret it soon after. Meanwhile, Moe loses the dank and makes his bar into a family feedback, with expensive fries and crazy crap on the walls. So listen along as we revisit this one. ♪ It's good, good, good, good, good, good, good. ♪
Simpsons meets Disney in this iconic episode. Santa's Little Helper misses casual sex, the family ends up with 25 dogs who love Models Inc, and Mr. Burns shows off his wardrobe in this classic. We comment on it all with our special guest, Kat Bailey, so get a big bag of chips ready and listen!
Ian Jones-Quartey is yakking it up on the old yak box with Bob and Henry this week! Ian is the creator of the new Cartoon Network series OK KO, and he graciously chatted with us about the show, such as the influence games, anime, and The Simpsons had on it, as well as what it's like to direct Captain Planet, animating Sonic the Hedgehog, and so much more! We posted a shortened version on the free feed, but here's the full thing for you awesome folks on Patreon!