People are young, Anonymous. People are young and we are old.
>Who Shot Mr. Burns?
>Original air date: May 21, 1995
>born May 31st 1995
Season 1...episode 1.
I was born on December 17th, 1989, 4 in the morning to be exact.
When "Brush with Greatness" (2nd season) aired. I don't like this episode.
Season 3, and the episode where Sideshow Bob tries to marry Selma actually aired on the day I was born which is neat as fuck to me.
>born right before the end of Season 8
My birthday is the day it aired...so there weren't any season or even a real show yet...
man, that means you pretty much didn't understand shit until 2000 at the earliest
god damn, makes me feel even OLDER when i think that i've been on this site since 2004. shit was simpler back then. no newfags, no summer, just trolling, rick rolling and video games.
The day before the finale of season 7 first aired.
Which I'm pretty sure were 'Homerpalooza' (Smashing Pumpkins) and 'Summer of 4ft. 2' (Christina Ricci guest stars, Homer takes Bart and Lisa to Hullabalooza and Lisa pretends to be someone she's not.
Yup... pretty accurate.
in between Seasons 5 and 6 on July 11th.
The last one before was Secrets of a Successful Marriage" and the first one after was Bart of Darkness.
very nice dude.
I was born 4 years before it premiered. So during Season Zero (Tracey ullman show)
Nope just googled it 2 years before that premiered.
In fact I remeber seeing an art video that featured Penn and Teller and Matt Groening drawing a strip of "Life in Hell" that might have been produced even before that.
Season Negative Twelve, asshole.
Now, I'm not trying to sound condescending here, but do kids under 27 think of the "classic" episodes in the same regard as those over 27?
I've noticed that 10 years ago, most people agreed that it died when Phil Hartman did. However, now I'm seeing college-aged kids saying it "was still good until the movie, then it went downhill", which I personally find too large of a stretch.
Soon enough there will be people saying it was good until the HD switch.
Does season 10 feel more to you like classic simpsons, neo simpsons, or transitional simpsons? I've seen many varying opinions on this.
No, I wasn't born then, just curious.
The episode closer to my birth date is "Burn's heir"
nice to see it's an episode I always enjoyed
Hell, I even beat out the original shorts that aired on Tracey Ullman by a few months.
idk, more i watch 10-12 i like them fine
its when they got to WAY too many bad celeb guests and bad plots per episode/season when i dropped it.
pretty much, when the bad outweighed the good heavily.
It's less than two years until people born during the second millennium of AD will be old enough to post here.
To be fair, they've already been posting for 3 years, at least.
>be young-ish adult
>surf around in the internet
>get used to frequenting imageboards
>keep doing what you do, it feels the same since everyone else are just messages anyway
>suddenly time has passed quite a lot and you realise a lot of the other users are significantly younger
>keep doing what you do
It'll happen to you too
I really wonder at teenagers who think that just because they frequent some site now because they "found it" a year or two ago, the site is somehow made for them or their territory and everyone who's a different age should go away or it's "weird" that they're there, even if they've been going there for way longer. Ah, the obnoxious self-centered folly of youth.
Season 10 is funny, but it was the first season where it became very apparent that they had completely ran out of ideas, considering at least half of that season was homer getting jobs and hobbies.
I was born around the time Dungeon & Dragons aired its last animated episode.
Did you know that everyone born during Season 9 will eventually be 18 by the end of the year? And so will people who were born during the early part of Season 10 will also be 18 by the end of this year?
I feel really old when I realized that.
September 27, 1995. So, between the second and the third episode of the seventh season.
Does anyone but my fellow Norfolkfags remember watching the "Simpsons-Malcolm-Raymond-Friends Power Hour" on WZ-TV? Every day after school, around the early-mid 2000s? I only tuned in if it was a rerun from seasons 1-10, which most of the time it was.
I'm 21 so I'm probably a youngfag to you guys.
Born Season 3 right between Dog of Death and Colonel Homer.
Second season. I was born the night "Simpson and Delilah" aired.
I was born 2 days after the first episode aired so I basically grew up with The Simpsons.
and I was able to witness the slow decline of this once amazing show
I tried watching the new episodes (this season, 27) and it is so sad to see one of my favorite shows become such shit
I honestly don't think this show will ever get cancelled, I wouldn't doubt it if the simpsons lasted longer than my own life.
Hello my name is Generation Z
Buddy, i'm old enough to remember watching it as a short on The Tracy Ullman Show. Thought it would never go further, Ive eaten my words many times over. I still think Simpsons should have been put to rest after season 10.