Season 31 News: The Simpsons Take a Pricey Vacation in November!

Information about the plot for the episode “Livin’ La Pura Vida“, which will air on November 17, 2019; has been released by FOX. The episode will be the 7th episode of Season 31.

In the episode …
“The Simpsons join other Springfield families on the Van Houten’s annual trip to Costa Rica, which they obviously can’t afford. While there, Homer befriends Patty’s new girlfriend, Evelyn, and Lisa tracks down the real reason the Van Houtens can go on this trip every year.”

Guest stars
Guest stars for the episode include: Fortune Feimster as Evelyn.

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Season 31 News: More information and the title of the segments of “Treehouse of Horror XXX” have been revealed

More information about the plot and the titles of the segments for upcoming 666th episode, the 4th episode of Season 31, and 30th annual Treehouse of Horror, titled “Treehouse of Horror XXX“, have been revealed.

Opening sequence
“Baby Maggie is possessed by the devil, and Ned Flanders is going to perform an exorcism, and he points out to Homer and Marge that on her scalp concealed by her hair is the mark of the devil, Mickey Mouse, and a second later by the mark 666.

Heaven Swipes Right…
“Homer is killed by accident before his designated death date, and is sent back to Earth occupying the bodies of different Springfielders.

When Hairy Met Slimy…
“Selma Bouvier falls in love with a creature in a laboratory, Kang.

Danger Things…
“Danger Things: The Simpson family are living in the 1980’s decipted in Stranger Things and in this segment, Milhouse is Will.

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Season 21 News: Marge takes up timbersports in November!

Information about the plot for the episode “Marge the Lumberjill“, which will air on November 10, 2019; has been released by FOX. The episode will be the 6th episode of Season 31.

In the episode …
When Marge realizes that everyone views her as boring, she takes up competitive lumber-jacking as a hobby (and has a real gift for it). The circuit of competitive timbersports takes her on a month-long retreat to Portland with her trainer, Paula, whom Homer worries is going to steal her away forever.

Guest stars
Guest star for the episode include: Asia Kate Dillon as Paula

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Season 31 and 32 News: The Director for “Treehouse of Horror XXXI” has been revealed while bad news has been released for “The Incredible Lightness of Being a Baby”

The Director for the Season 32 Treehouse of Horror, titled “Treehouse of Horror XXXI“, has been revealed, while bad news for the upcoming episode of Season 31 titled “The Incredible Lightness of Being a Baby” has been released.

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Season 31 News: Sneak Peeks for “The Fat Blue Line” have been released with its Director revealed too!

Sneak Peeks for the upcoming 3rd episode of Season 31, titled “The Fat Blue Line“, have been released by FOX. The Director for the episode has been revealed too. The episode airs October 13th!

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Sneak Peeks

Season 31 News: Lisa and Bart practice altruism in November!

Information about the plot for the episode “Gorillas on the Mast“, which will air on November 3, 2019; has been released by FOX. The episode will be the 5th episode of Season 31.

In the episode …
“After a trip to Aquatraz Water Park, Lisa becomes determined to set free Springfield’s most vicious animals in captivity. Meanwhile, Homer fulfills a lifelong dream of buying a boat, and quickly realizes boat ownership sucks.

Guest stars
Guest star for the episode include: Jane Goodall as Herself

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Season 31 News: Interview with Al Jean on the future of the show and trivias

Al Jean was interviewed by the blog /Film regarding the past, the current and future seasons of the show, and some trivia questions.

After giving their condolences about about Russi Taylor, the interviewer asked Al if Martin will disappear to the show, until what point she recorded his voice, to which Al answered: “I’m really sad that Russi passed and it’s my belief that she would want the character to continue. She was wonderful to work with and is greatly, greatly missed. There wasn’t any Martin centered show in the new season. I can’t be exactly sure.” Being asked if they considered a recast, Al answered “I don’t want to get into anything thus far.”

Al was asked regarding the season 19 DVD and if it was through Disney’s interest, and if there’s any interest on season 21, to which he answered: “The person I really want to thank the most is Denise Sirkot at Gracie Films who appreciated how people hated that gap between 18 and 20 in their collections. We finally filled it so I’m very excited. Let’s just be happy we’ve got 19. We’re still recording commentaries. We’re going to record commentary for season 24 coming up and it’s all on Disney+ starting in November so I can’t repeat that enough.”

Next question Al was asked if the idea for the Thanos couch gag come from joining Disney, and Al answered: “No, just because Thanos is such a huge, popular presence, we thought it would be funny. It was not promoting Disney nor anti. It was just Thanos.”

Being asked if he envisioned the gag of Homer backing into the bushes gif going viral and he answered “I should credit Caesar Mazariegos who’s the writer of that joke. I should credit him and say I was just surprised it was as big as it was. I guess the snake swallowing its tail really impresses people.”

Regarding when Al aknowledged the show in the real world, Al said “Oh, long ago the instant a T-shirt with Homer on it and Marge says, “A Simpson on a T-Shirt, I never thought I’d see the day.” That was about as soon as we realized we were a hit.”

Next, Mr. Teeny and if he’s an independant contractor: “Yes. So that’s very important in terms of his W-2s and his tax filings.”

Being asked where Señor Spielbergo was when Krusty made a movie in Mexico: “Well, it was Mexico in the ‘80s. He might not have started his career yet.”

Al was asked next about Homer mentioning “a tour of rocking chairs” and what they were referencing: “There’s a giant chair somewhere in America. I believe Lyndon Johnson was photographed sitting on it. So I think that was the inspiration for the chair joke.”

When asked if Jacques is faking his French accent and if it’s canon, Al denies: “No. Not everything is canon but I won’t say what is.”

Speaking of Bruce Willis, the interviewer said that there was a Bruce Willis joke in season 30, “We hope to have one every season”, and if Al ever met him, “No, never met him.”

Regarding Adi Shankar and the Apu controversy, Al is asked if he was worried about a leak: “No. He never said who it was from so as far as I can see, it wasn’t correct.”

About the phrase Marge says in “No Good Read Goes Unpunished”, “Some things will be addressed at a later time.” he was asked if they’d address it further up but Al just said: “I think her statement is correct.”

Regarding the female reboot of Itchy and Scratchy and its possible connection to the 2016 Ghostbuster movie, Al said “A little bit. There’s a lot of movies coming out where the gender flip is the premise.”

About satirizing the Comic-Con panels, Al confirmed it’s always fun.

When asked about including the live-action To Kill a Mockingbird, Al said “We once used live-action footage from It’s a Wonderful Life and we had the live-action original footage in Homer3 in the third dimension. It was the most extensive. We actually had to license it and get permission from both the estate of Gregory Peck and the girl that played Scout. It’s such a wonderful movie, I just wanted to put it in.”

Regarding Ralph, he was asked if it’s easy to do Ralph gags, “No, it’s very hard. Very, very hard to write a new Ralph line.”, and about him doing show recaps, “Yes, the recapping was a great episode and I’d say it got a little personal.”, and why they have not done a Wreck-It Ralph Wiggum yet, “That’s funny. Wreck-It Ralph, it seems like a movie like that is a funny animated movie so it’s hard to parody a comedy.”

In a confirmation about The Simpsons Guy, he was asked if it was Seth MacFarlane to voice Stewie in the episode: “No. I think that was Chris Edgerly imitating him.”

When asked about the future plans for seasons 31 and 32, Al answered: “31 we have episode 666 which is “Treehouse of Horrors.” We also have a scary Thanksgiving show. We have a show where Artie Ziff gets married.”, and if there’ll be a a permanent marriage for Artie: “You’ll have to watch. Nothing is permanent.”

Speaking of Treehouse of Horror XXX, Al was asked if it was intentionally done to be the 666th episode: “Nope. It’s just like we intended it from the beginning.” and what they’re spoofing in the episode: “We have a Stranger Things parody and the opening is a little bit of an Omen parody, reflecting on the fact that it’s episode 666.”

Being reminded about Odder Stuff, the Stranger Things parody they did in season 30, Al answered: “Yeah, this is somewhat different. Stranger Things is such a big thing. It’s The Simpsons kids like Bart and Milhouse as the Stranger Things boys.”

Last question was regarding working with Disney and if it was any different: “No, they just said, “Do what you do” and we’ve been doing it. It’s been full speed ahead.”

Source: /Films