Morning Musically-Minded, Medically-Minded, Masticators!
(Today’s post is sponsored by the letter “M”)
Over the past 600+ episodes, The Simpsons has taken us on an amazing journey involving music, science, and food to name a few concepts.
And what better way to start your week, then by discussing some of these concepts Monday morning?
So let’s get started this week by recapping one of the best marching sounds from the fifth episode of The Simpsons, Bart’s sound off.
It’s interesting, that after more than 5 years of this game, more than a hundred and fifty updates (163 so far), and loads and loads of characters introduced, that we are just now getting to a character skin that was paramount to the introduction of a couple of key characters.
For this character skin, we have to go back, waaaaaaaaaaaay back to a time when The Simpsons were still struggling to find consistency in both animation and voice-overs. The animation was jumpy and a bit crude, and the voices, while sounding kinda like the characters we have come to love, really didn’t feel “real” yet. Homer, Burns, even Marge, felt more like people “reading lines,” than the fluid, “real people” feel we know now.
This episode is also from an era where the writers pretty much stuck to one storyline, and took the time to develop the characters more fully. Bart and Lisa are still working out their differences, Otto is really just a stoner in a bus, and we get to know a handful of what are now regular characters, for the first time.
The episode in question??
It’s time for another Throwback Thursday with Totbox! Enjoy this week’s installment.. -Alissa
ATTENTION MAGGOTS!!! I mean, hello peacemakers and warmongers,
When I time-travel I try to stay away from war era’s but that is nearly imposable. Even traveling to 2700 BC you’d think I’d be safe but No, that was the first documented war (in Mesopotamia). In my travels, I have ran into a few generals like General Washington, General Patton and General Lee (the car from The Dukes of Hazzard). Generally speaking, Generals are generic but not this one, Bart (the general).
“Bart the General”
Bart has a bully problem, and of course you know, This Means War.
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