Bart and Lisa find themselves embattled over just who won a “dream” bedroom contest. And later, when Lisa decides to become more self-assertive, she enrolls in a class that will help empower her, but maybe she should look before she leaps!
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Anyway, what happened was this: Mr. Burns brought tons of misery to the town and trying to block the sun out was the last straw, before he tried to take Maggie’s candy and sh- someone shot him, bringing the end to season six.
Duff Beer is set to get an international release. The fictional beer has been on sale in The Simpsons parts of Universal Studios Hollywood and Orlando. Now 20th Century Fox plans on releasing the beer for sale over the US and Europe.
Jeffery Godsick, the Consumer Products president of 20th Century Fox, said in an interview with the Irish Sun that “You will enjoy it at home and eventually at bars. We are treating this as real beer, not a novelty.”
In the past, Matt Groening has expressed worry at Duff going for sale as it could promote drinking among kids, as a huge amount of children watch the show.
The Simpsons Summer Shindig gets a super-duper, super dose of superb Simpsons superhero stories this summer! Don’t miss out on all-new collection derring-do that will have you doubled over with laughter!
This post will be updated with any news when we get it
You’ve most likely heard by now that Harry Shearer‘s future with The Simpsons is in doubt. He has announced that he has left the show, but is willing to return if he is given more freedom to do what he wants outside of The Simpsons. However, the producers have said that he has that freedom, and they don’t know what the problem is.
He wasn’t forced out of the show, and it’s not a case of money causing him to leave. He got offered the same contract the other main cast members got offered, and they all signed on May 1st. The contract he was offered is estimated to have been for $14 million over the 2 seasons.
In an interview with CNN Money, Shearer said “Stay tuned” when asked if there was a possibility he could be back. This might mean he’s willing to go back into negotiations, although it’s unlikely the contract will change.
If Shearer does not return to the show, his characters will be recast to different actors. It’s estimated that they have the Summer to get a deal made to keep him on the show and after that, they’ll have to look for new actors.
FIVE promotional images for the upcoming 22nd episode and Season Finale of season 26, titled “Mathlete’s Feat“, have been released by FOX. The episode airs on May 17, 2015.
An Episode Full of Maths!
The plot of the episode was given out by SpoilerTV, but Al Jean had already given out information about this episode saying that there would be an upcoming episode in which Lisa joins Springfield Elementary’s Mathlete Team and that the episode would feature “the most complicated math jokes the writers of the show can think of”. The official plot is:
“When a modernized Springfield Elementary has a technical meltdown, Lisa transforms it into a Waldorf school. Meanwhile, Groundskeeper Willie becomes the coach of the mathletes. Lisa and other kids on the Springfield Elementary Mathlympics Team compete against Waverly Hills Elementary… Springfield has a natural genius… who uses ancient techniques to compute geometric figures… [and] helps the Mathletes.”