Simpsons gifs and webms.
He got in a wreck after coming out of the bar. He was talking to the investigator.
>This building you came out of before the accident, Moe's, is it a business establishment?
>Oh no don't tell him it's a bar, think fast brain!
>Heh, I would have never thought of that.
I don't think I have many that aren't already in the thread. I feel like we need more OC.
Technically OC despite being older than many posters in this thread
filming a TV screen showing a video while a ps notification apear...
The thing I noticed in that episode, is that while Workplace accidents are up all the time. Since Homer joined he's found all the problems that could have killed someone else who isn't nearly as lucky or durable as Homer is, as evidenced by Grimes dying doing something Homer would have survived.
>Shows Pee Wee Herman like character with a bucket of popcorn
>mfw only a handful of people get that reference now
>Break four fingers in my hand
>Forcibly reminded of that scene
>The hilariousness of going "fiddle-dee-dee" in my head kept me going until I got to take lots and lots of great oramorph.
Thanks, old children's cartoon that about three separate generations basically has as an extended hilarious relative.
If Burns imagined he was poking the doughboy's belly when he was really poking Homer's face, then which part of the doughboy did he intend to grab when he grabbed Homer's belly? It's a bit lower than his face, so maybe he was grabbing the doughboy's crotch? Was this a subtle joke or am I overthinking it?
It's kinda sad that the Simpsons now puts more effort into their couch gags than the actual episode. That being said, I did enjoy the couch gag where they had a crossover with Rick and Morty.
From what I've heard over the years; the scene got zero laughs during the test show before final release, so it was cut. Then a few years later they showed it again (this time to some college students) and it was a huge hit. So it was stuck back into the 138th Episode Spectacular.
>Ah come on guys, free pickled eggs!?
>HELLO SAINT LOUIS!!
uh...that's Springfield, Steven...
Is there a webm for the scene where Burns and Homer know Bart can read their thoughts?
Meow, meow, meow, meow, meow, meow, meow, meow, meow, meow, meow, meow, meow, meow, meow, meow
The SUV controversy in the mid-late 90s. That was when SUVs first became popular as daily drivers, and manufacturers were releasing bigger and bigger models each year. There were a bunch of controversies over their danger to other vehicles, rollover risk, emissions, what motivates people to buy them, etc. It was on the news constantly. That episode pretty much hit on all the talking points.
A megaphone is a microphone+amplifier(which is dependent on a battery with finite capacity and max output power)+speaker.
Each of those components has a maximum loudness it can process.
The amplification chain works until a component gets overloaded, which is likely will be the microphone on the second megaphone.
You could still basically get the megaphones working in parallel, albeit with a lot of distortion.
This is the best I could find as far as YouTube goes. I know it's not the exact scene you're asking for but this is the part I remembered best from the episode.
They switched to full digital coloring a while ago, but they've started leveraging computer techniques too much. If they can copy paste or use an armature they do, and it shows. Shit, it even looks like they skip keyframes, looking at the opening to the couch gag I can't help but feel like it's missing frames when he does the initial turn.
>that "damn re-runs" lip sync
>that zombie simpsons eye movement and cheap 0 frame animation
it's like they are trying to look bad and tired and shit seconds after something 10x better wa sshown
since which season do you guys think Simpsons humour got really good? im a gerfag and i only watched random episodes on tv, mostly from around season 5 upwards. when the sent older ones they always seemed a bit boring and not as clever.
did anyone follow this show since the early beginnings?