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The Simpsons Season 26 Episode 10 “Man Who Came To Be Dinner” – AN AMUSEMENT PARK RIDE LANDS THE SIMPSONS IN OUTER SPACE ON AN ALL-NEW “THE SIMPSONS” SUNDAY, JANUARY 4, ON FOX

During a trip to “Dizzneeland” the Simpsons board the wrong ride, Rocket To Your Doom, and are transported through the galaxy to Kang and Kodos’ home planet, where they are held captive at the local zoo and the inhabitants decide to eat Homer in the all-new “Man Who Came To Be Dinner,” episode of THE SIMPSONS airing Sunday, Jan. 4 (8:00-8:30 PM ET/PT) on FOX. (SI-2415) (TV-PG D, L, S, V)

Voice Cast: Dan Castellaneta as Homer Simpson; Julie Kavner as Marge Simpson; Nancy Cartwright as Bart Simpson and Nelson; Yeardley Smith as Lisa Simpson; Harry Shearer as Skinner; Pamela Hayden as Milhouse and Jimbo; Tress MacNeille as Dolph.

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The Simpsons Season 26 Episode 8

Episode Name: Covercraft

Air date: 11/23/2014

Summary: Homer has a mid-life crisis, takes up bass guitar and forms a cover band with some of the other dads in town. But the band’s modest early success is soon overwhelmed by the breakout potential of their most unlikely star, Apu.
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The Simpsons Season 26 Episode 7

Episode Name: Blazed and Confused

Air date: 11/16/2014

Summary: Bart faces a tough test at school when he gets a new teacher, Mr. Lassen, who vows to crush his spirit.
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While mourning the loss of a character, Rabbi Hyman Krustofski, in the season 26 premiere, “The Simpsons” honored Joan Rivers with a brief tribute at the same time. An animated version of the late comedian was featured briefly among a group of people in “Jewish Heaven” based on the imagination of Krusty who just lost his father.

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During the closing musical number, after the dance scene featuring famous people in pairs (Albert Einstein and Golda Meir, Chico and Harpo, Groucho and economist/philosopher Karl Marx), Rivers can be seen sitting in the front row of the VIP section before the camera shows Jesus and Rodney Dangerfield in the Super VIP section. 

The New York Times reporter Dave Itzkoff noticed the brief scene and shared a screenshot of the blink-and-you-missed-it moment on Twitter. 

Rivers provided the voice of Krusty the Clown’s agent and former lover, Annie Dubinsky, in a 2011 episode. The tribute was a last minute addition to the episode, which had been in production for months. 

“About a week after she passed away, I thought that it wouldn’t be hard for us to just put her in, because she had done the show and we had the design” for the character, showrunner/executive producer Al Jean tells USA Today. “I’m sure she’d like to be there, in Jewish Heaven. I’m sure she’d like it, because there’s no Johnny Carson.” 

Jean remembers Rivers, who passed away on September 4, “She did the show three years ago and it was really sweet. I had met her and told her how when my parents went to Vegas in the ’70s, all they could talk about was seeing her act and how funny she was.” 

The season opener was emotional as Krusty bid farewell to his father, Rabbi Hyman Krustofski. “I just thought it would be a good story about someone who’s had a tough relationship with his father – having Krusty’s father die without him ever getting that warmth or connection he really wanted, then finally finding it in a surprising way,” Jean explained the death, which had been teased for months. 

As for the bizzare couch gag created by Oscar-nominated animator-filmmaker Don Hertzfeldt, Jean says, “It’s his creation and he did some of the voices. It’s his window that he photographed so all the credit goes to him. It’s a great commentary – and it wasn’t intended this way after the marathon – on the longevity of the show and it comes at a perfect time.” 

The couch gag envisioned the show far into the future, on Septembar 36.4, 10,535 to be exact. 

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This fall, familiar faces from other places will pop up in Springfield—the Griffins from Quahog in an episode of Family Guy, the Planet Express crew from the 31st century in an episode of The Simpsons. But The Simpsons will toy with the crossover concept some more when Homer and his family match wits with… Homer and his family from The Tracey Ullman Show.

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Airing Oct. 19 on Fox, the annual “Treehouse of Horror” Halloween episode contains a segment that parodies The Others, in which the Simpsons are haunted by another ghostly family living in the house. These ghosts turn out to be none other than their crudely drawn former selves. (The Simpsons, as you know, originally surfaced in 1987 as a series of animated shorts on Ullman’s sketch comedy show.)

The Ullman Show-era Simpsons, or at least their dead bodies, have surfaced in a few brief cameos on the modern-era show (see: 2012′s “Adventures in Baby-Getting” and the Guillermo del Toro-created opening credits of last year’s “Treehouse of Horror”). But this episode will feature the most elaborate and lengthy revival, one in which Simpsons cast members Dan Castellaneta (Homer), Nancy Cartwright (Bart), Yeardley Smith (Lisa), and Julie Kavner (Marge) summon their original voices for the characters so the early-era Simpsons and modern-day Simpsons can mix it up.

“People remember Dan’s, but Nancy’s is different too,” executive producer Al Jean tells EW. “It was lower-register, and you can see in the difference in this segment. It was really funny to get the interplay [between the two versions of the Simpsons] and for the actors to see the voice evolution. The great thing is we didn’t have to ask—we already had the cast hired for the Tracey Ullman Simpsons.”

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When the “Every Simpsons Ever” mega-marathon of The Simpsons began last Thursday on FXX, it renewed interest in a show that will go down as one of the all-time greats—but has nevertheless been struggling commercially and creatively for awhile at this point. The show’s unimpeachable heyday in the ’90s is rightfully heralded, and as the marathon got going, it was those episodes that created the most excitement. Sure, they’ve been out on DVD for some time, but rebroadcasting them in order emphasized how great the show was at its peak.

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Precisely when The Simpsons began to descend from that peak has been fiercely debated for at least 15 years—but no one argues it hasn’t happened yet as the show heads into its 26th season. Many diehard fans of The Simpsons’ heyday have fallen out of touch with the show by this point, which is a shame. Even if it misses more than it hits, The Simpsons is still The Simpsons: sharp, occasionally biting, and emotionally resonant in ways that can still be surprising.

As the FXX marathon reaches the back half of The Simpsons catalog this week, plan to check out these episodes, which prove that the gulf between that halcyon era and The Simpsons today isn’t always so wide.

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In this gem from 2002, Bart begins dating Rainier Wolfcastle’s daughter, but quickly loses interest. He does a 180 when she starts dating Milhouse, leading to a funny confrontation in Canada, where Wolfcastle is shooting a movie. The opening scene—an event at a tony prep school—scores, as do the many, many jokes at Canada’s expense. But the best moments come from watching Principal Skinner try his hand at stand-up comedy. The episode was written by John Frink and Don Payne, who have scripted many of the better episodes of The Simpsons since 2000. Read More→

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The Simpsons: Now that there are no more available celebrities to take on the ALS Ice Bucket Challenge, it’s time for animated characters to get in on the act. Taking a break from his 12-day, round-the-clock marathon, Homer Simpson is ready to take an Arctic dousing for a good cause, as you can see in the video below. Donald Trump, are you charitable enough to accept Homer’s nomination? Ned Flanders, prepare the old push-broom for battle.

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THE Simpsons SOARS ON FXX

Day 1 of 12-Day Simpsons Marathon Delivers Record-Breaking Numbers for Nascent Channel

The Most-Watched Day in FXX History

18 of the Top 30 Highest-Rated Telecasts in the Nascent Channel’s History

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LOS ANGELES, August 22, 2014 – When FXX landed the exclusive cable syndication rights to the landmark animated comedy series The Simpsons last November, it was the biggest off-network deal in television history: a record 552 episodes and counting. Well, it may only be one day, but it looks like a very big deal for the success of FXX, the newest channel from FX Networks that launched on September 3, 2013.

In what is believed to be the longest marathon in television history, day one of FXX’s 12-day marathon of The Simpsons recorded the network’s highest Total Day and Primetime average ratings for a single day ever for the network.

“We knew that The Simpsons could be transformative for FXX and its performance yesterday truly exceeded our wildest expectations,” said Chuck Saftler, President, Program Strategy and COO, FX Networks. “It is a testament to the power of one of the greatest shows in television history and the genius of Jim Brooks, Matt Groening, Al Jean and everyone associated with the show. Their support of our launch has been invaluable. We’re off to a great start, we still have 11 days of binging left in our record-breaking marathon, and many years of The Simpsons to come on FXX. WOO HOO!”

Topline:

In every daypart, The Simpsons led FXX to its most-watched day ever. Compared to FXX’s daypart average to date (9/2/13 – 8/20/14), The Simpsons bettered FXX primetime (8-11PM) by +391% in Total Viewers (1.01 million vs. 206,000) and +461% in P18-49 (623,000 vs. 111,000) … daytime (10A-3P) by +652% in Total Viewers (376,000 vs. 50,000) and P18-49 by +770% (235,000 vs. 27,000) … early Fringe (3-6P) by +515% in Total Viewers (572,000 vs. 93,000) and +626% in P18-49 (385,000 vs. 53,000) … access (6-8P) by +492% in Total Viewers (876,000 vs. 148,000) and +610% in P18-49 (575,000 vs. 81,000) … and late night (11P-3A) by +331% in Total Viewers (556 vs. 129) and +389% in P18-49 (372,000 vs. 76,000).


All in: this aggregates to The Simpsons’ premiere day of the 12-day marathon bettering FXX’s prior Total Day average by +524% in Total Viewers (624,000 vs. 100,000) and +618% in P18-49 (402,000 vs. 56,000).
Of yesterday’s 34 telecasts of The Simpsons (ratings for post 300A telecasts are not available till Monday):
In Total Viewers: 18 rank among FXX’s Top 30 telecasts of all time. What’s more, FXX’s Top 10 telecasts ever in Total Viewers all consist of yesterday’s episodes of The Simpsons:
The Simpsons’ most-watched telecast yesterday (1.23 million) @ 830P “Itchy & Scratchy & Marge”).

In P18-49: yesterday’s The Simpsons telecasts repped 17 of the Top 30 FXX telecasts of all time and 8 of the Top 10, including the top two.
Competitively:

With The Simpsons Marathon, FXX ranked #1 in Basic Cable Primetime last night among M18-34; #2 in P18-34 (467,000); #4 in M18-49; and #5 in P18-49 (623,000) and M25-54.
In M18-34, FXX outperformed #2-ranked Adult Swim by +12% (283,000); #3-ranked TBS by +45% (220,000); #4-ranked NFL Network by +45% (219,000); #5-ranked Comedy Central by +63% (195,000); and #6-ranked ESPN by more than double (+105%, 155,000).
In P18-34, FXX fell just behind #1-ranked Adult Swim (511,000), but outdelivered #3-ranked TBS by +14% (409,000); #4-ranked NFL Network by +50% (311,000); #5-ranked Comedy Central by +56% (299,000); #7-ranked USA by +66% (282,000); and #9-ranked ESPN by +77% (264,000).
Compared to FXX’s CY14 to-date Basic Cable Primetime ranks and deliveries, The Simpsons soared:
In P18-49, last night FXX (#5) vaulted 40 spots from its CY14 to-date Prime rank (#45). In P18-34, last night FXX (#2) climbed 37 spots from its CY14 to-date rank (#39).
Last night, FXX outperformed its CY14 to-date Primetime delivery by +419% in P18-49 (623,000 vs. 120,000) and +608% in P18-34 (467,000 vs. 66,000).


What’s more, last night’s The Simpsons telecasts on FXX were some of the highest-rated on Basic Cable:

In P18-34, all six of last night’s telecasts ranked in the Top 20 for the night, led by the 830P telecast of “Itchy and Scratchy and Marge” (570,000) at #3.
In M18-34, all six of last night’s telecasts ranked in the Top 15 for the night, led by last night’s 800P telecast of “Bart the Daredevil” at #3.
Among P18-49, five of last night’s six telecasts ranked in the Top 25, led by “Itchy and Scratchy and Marge” at #11 (749,000).
Among M18-49, all six of last night’s telecasts ranked in the Top 25, led by “Itchy and Scratchy and Marge” at #8.

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Footage from “The Simpsons” – “Family Guy” crossover episode was shared during the “Family Guy” panel at Comic-Con on Saturday, July 26. The nearly-5-minute video shows the Griffins arriving in Springfield where they are greeted warmly by Homer Simpson.

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Homer believes he and Peter will get along well. Bart and Stewie make prank phone calls while their fathers hang out at a bar, where they start arguing over Pawtucket Patriot Ale and Duff Beer. Things quickly turn physical which leads into an epic fight involving radioactive exposure and a spaceship.

The snippet also includes a brief appearance of Bob from “Bob’s Burgers“. The special hour-long episode titled “The Simpsons Guy” will air September 28.

A “Simpsons”-”Futurama” crossover episode has also been planned and the opening credits of the episode was shared during “The Simpsons” Comic-Con panel. Also screened for audience was a Moe-centric segment from the upcoming “Treehouse of Horror” episode which will air October 19.

“The Simpsons” season 26 will premiere September 28. A sneak peek from the first episode has made its way out via Entertainment Weekly, showing Homer in bad shape. The said outing will also feature the death of a familiar character.

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