Another Simpsons-related post? Yeah, but whattya gonna do

This is, to date, probably one of the greatest linkbacks this blog has ever received (Ya hear that, Gothamist??)

From the great blog Dead Homer Society, which is dedicated to preserving the memory of the true glory days when The Simpsons ruled our lives and our conversations (not to be confused with what the site succinctly dubs” Zombie Simpsons,” aka the double-digit seasons of the show calling itself The Simpsons that just WON’T EFFING DIE). It’s from a roundup of links from Friday pointing back to the previous post:

I will return the linkback love by pointing you some of the Dead Homer Society’s most dead-on descriptions of why true Simpsons fans feel not only frustrated but also personally assaulted by the show’s perilous decline in quality after a certain point, including their manifesto and this explanation of the unseen true social cost of Zombie Simpsons:

That is why Zombie Simpsons needs to be attacked and criticized.  Not because it’s a boring, mediocre television program (there are lots of those), but because each new episode eats away at the foundations of one of the most important and influential shows ever made.  Every year a new batch of Zombie Simpsons gets dumped into the rerun pool and steals precious airtime away from the good ones, and so each new batch of potential fans has to work a little bit harder to see the good stuff.  Bit by bit Zombie Simpsons is poisoningThe Simpsons for future generations.

And, as we all say: won’t someone think of the children?

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5 responses to “Another Simpsons-related post? Yeah, but whattya gonna do

  1. At least we still have South Park.

  2. Ha! I am ON THAT VERY SAME PAGE. Scroll down to “So there are BP employees not trying to stop the MASSIVE OIL LEAK RIGHT NOW? Curious.”

  3. woah! Further proof that the internets are just one big vat of incestuous echo chambering. Also further proof that Jeff Vrabel and Tim Donnelly are some of the only people left in the world obsessively quoting Simpsons.

  4. Ugh, I stopped watching the Simpson 5 years ago. I’d rather have the memories of the good ol’ days.

    Now get off my lawn!

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