The Fox universe is certainly full of mixed messages.
Posted by: stranded | Sep 21, 2012 2:27:16 PM
I stopped watching the Simpsons in recent years, as I just find them boring.
Their same-sex marriage episode was insulting, and made fun of our cause (and not in a good way).
It's a shame, as this was once an inventive (and a little liberal) show at one time...
(I hate criticizing one of the few bright spots on Fox, but whatever...)
Posted by: TonyJazzTon | Sep 21, 2012 2:53:01 PM
Yes, and you find The Simpsons boring because you have become an old, tired, bitchy QUEEN.
Posted by: Reppin2 | Sep 21, 2012 3:24:17 PM
This is just a slightly edited version of Homer voting in 2008. Nothing to see here.
Posted by: Dan | Sep 21, 2012 6:58:45 PM
I enjoyed the promo, looking forward to new eps. Hey Tony Jazzton, ru refering to that episode where Patty married a woman who turned out to be a man? I'm pretty sure the episode wasn't meant as an accurate commentary, but I would be fed up too if my relationship was often poorly represented. Not to mention a slew of people insisting I'm bad to share reciprocal committed love with another adult.
Posted by: tara17 | Sep 21, 2012 10:03:09 PM
This is the funniest and most relevant THE SIMPSONS has been in 20 years!
Posted by: Wirrrn | Sep 22, 2012 1:48:28 AM
The Simpsons has only sucked for *counts* 8 or 9 years. Duh!
Posted by: Billy | Sep 22, 2012 10:26:05 AM
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These earlier crises, however, were only overcome when each Crisis President became the men their enemies saw them to be. Lincoln achieved greatness only after the Emancipation Proclamation. McKinley became important only after Theodore Roosevelt took his flag and ran with it. FDR “welcomed their hatred” in 1936, confronting Republicans directly, and Nixon, of course, became the Nixon we all remember.