Episode Reminder: The Winter of Our Monetized Content (Season 31 Premiere)

Tidings Terrific Television Tune-in’ers!

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It’s officially Autumn here in North America and you know what that means? Yes, the leaves start to change…but The Simpsons Are Back! This Sunday marks the Season 31 Premiere! Woohoo!

So here’s your official TSTO Addicts reminder…all new episode, the season premiere, this Sunday, September 29th, at 8pm Eastern on FOX (also at the same time on CityTV in Canada)….“The Winter of Our Monetized Content ”!

Past season premieres include the likes of:

Season 1, “Simpsons Roasting on an Open Fire” – The episode that started it all, as Homer struggles to get gifts with Christmas right around the corner.

Season 4, “Kamp Krusty” – When the children of Springfield are sent to Kamp Krusty, they become disgruntled that Krusty is not there and take over the camp.

Season 5, “Homer’s Barbershop Quartet” – When Bart and Lisa come across an album cover featuring Homer, Homer recounts the story behind his time as a member of the popular band the Be-sharps.

Season 7, “Who Shot Mr. Burns? (Part Two)” – The mystery of who shot Mr. Burns in the season 6 finale is revealed.

Season 9, “The City of New York vs. Homer Simpson” – When Barney drives Homer’s car, it ends up in New York City, prompting our favourite family to visit the Big Apple.

Season 12 to 16 featured Treehouse of Horror episodes for the season premiere

Season 18, “The Mook, the Chef, the Wife and Her Homer” – Lisa befriends Fat Tony’s son resulting in Homer and Bart joining the mob.

Season 24, “Moonshine River” – When Bart’s love life ramps up, he comes face-to-face with 5 loves from his past.

Season 26, “Clown in the Dumps” – When Rabbi Hyman Krustofsky dies, Krusty retires

Season 29, “The Serfsons” – A magical medieval world that inspired an event in our little towns.

And last seasons, “Bart’s Not Dead” – Bart ends up in the hospital following a dare and claims to have gone to heaven and have met Jesus.


So what do The Simpsons have in store for us this week?

Here’s the episode information released from FOX:

When a video of Bart and Homer fighting goes viral, they begin a journey as social media celebrities. Meanwhile, Lisa battles the school’s new industrialized detention system.

Here’s the sneak peek for this week’s episode from FOX:

Be sure to tune in tomorrow night to see all the fun!

As always, after the episode airs we’ll have a full episode recap!

Are you excited for the new episode? What do you think will happen in the new episode? Excited for Season 31? How many real world viral video references do you predict? What’s been your favourite season premiere of our favourite family over the past 30 seasons? Sound off in the comments below, you know we love hearing from you!

12 responses to “Episode Reminder: The Winter of Our Monetized Content (Season 31 Premiere)

  1. See I’m in the camp that thinks it’s time to pass the Sunday night time slot to Bob’s Burgers. I never laugh at Simpson’s anymore. I find Bob’s to be the better show for the past few years.

  2. Love it

    What do corporations ever do?

    Help society…


  3. It’s so frustrating that we still have different release dates across the world! Isn’t it about time everyone can have access to content at the same time?!?

  4. Always LOVE the beginning of a new season!

  5. Bring on ALL of that FOX Animation for Sunday’s
    (I need a fix that isn’t filled with repeats!) 😀👍

    • I’m a little tired of Family Guy but curious to see what the new show Bless The Harts is all about. If it’s going to be well written or just another attempt to jump on the popular animation bandwagon appealing to the lowest common denominator.

  6. Could you please do something about your advertising!
    If I wanted to read about TOE-NAIL FUNGUS, Id become a pediatrist!
    This isn’t grosfoottstoaddicts………
    And the picture in the ad is also DISGUSTING!
    Is someone here a foot fatish lol?

    • We don’t control the ads. We only say yes that can appear. They’re google ads and based on your internet search history. So they’re different for everyone.

    • So what Alissa is saying is that if you are seeing ads for Toe-nail fungus, someone in the house or “neighbor” leeching to your Wi-Fi has toe-nail fungus…. I am getting ads about gaming… and art supplies.

  7. I can’t wait. I’m in the camp that thinks they’re better than ever.

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