Hey there Hoppereenos,
Just wanted to bounce on by with an update on two main issues we saw with Act Two when it hit the game. The Gas Mask count being 3 and Edna Krabappel needed to continue in the Main Act Two Questline.
Hey there Hoppereenos. Hope you all had an exciting night watching TWO new episodes for the Simpsons. Due to my obsession…errrr….love for Sideshow Bob, I told the Fuzzball that I WILL be the one recapping this episode. Lol. (Luffs yah Fuzzy) 😉
So let’s begin with the New Simpsons Episode: The Man Who Grew Too Much…
Welcome Addicts to a new addition to our posts. In this little game of ours, we tend to forget those characters that are few and far between. We get so involved in the game, so into the latest events…that we sometimes forget to pay attention to the little things. The little details that make the Springfield world go around. The thing that seems to be really lacking/missing from Springfield.
What exactly is it I am going on about? What is so terribly important to the game that would draw such attention. WOMEN OF COURSE! To be a bit more specific, The Real Housewives of Springfield (and maybe a mistress or 3. Gotta have the drama aspect in any series, right?).
So keep your eyes on our blog as we take you on a new journey into the lives of each of the women currently and NOT currently available in the game.
Hey hey hey Addicterinos! No better way to spend a Sunday night than watching some Simpsons and then getting the opportunity to write about it for you epic readers. In addition to getting to watch a new episode of Walking Dead, I had a reason to commandeer the TV for an extra 30 minutes with FOX honoring the beautiful and talented Marcia Wallace with an episode prior to the new one. SOOOO happy they saw fit to plug this one in for her rather than the other option.
By now many of you have heard, Marcia Wallace, the voice of Edna Krabappel, has passed away at the age of 70. It’s a sad day for fans of the Simpsons, as Al Jean has confirmed Edna will officially be retired from the show:
“I was tremendously saddened to learn this morning of the passing of the brilliant and gracious Marcia Wallace. She was beloved by all at The Simpsons and we intend to retire her irreplaceable character. Earlier we had discussed a potential storyline in which a character passed away. This was not Marcia’s Edna Krabappel. Marcia’s passing is unrelated and again, a terrible loss for all who had the pleasure of knowing her.”