I hadn't seen it in years until the marathon last summer. They shuffle the episodes now so you don't get stuck on seasons you don't like.
I haven't watched the show since way past the movie launched in 2007.
Start from the beginning and work your way through all the seasons Take the rough with the smooth
I haven't watched the show since way past the movie launched in 2007. I can't really remember the last time I actually saw an episode at all.
I still have seasons 1-5 and 8 and 9 on DVD but I figured I'd try to catch up on the show on my daily commute to work.
In your opinion, where should I start? I know I've seen seasons 1-5 (and 8 and 9 (or was it 7 and 8?)) already (and to tell you the truth the very early episodes are kind of sketchy).
Should I go back to the roots and work my way up? Any seasons to avoid? Should I just settle with Tapped Out and forget there ever was a show?
Every simpsons ever is great. I like trying to figure out the central theme. Sometimes it's easy but others take me a bit.
Now that I play tsto, I like watching for gaming references.
In fact, is there a list of episodes that correspond with the game?
I've been thinking of making notes on the episodes as they come up. (Voice cues as well...like Bart's "aw jeez")
The seasons come and go as the crew organically changes...for example, arguably Cohen O'brien saved the show and you can see them fumble around after he left. Same with Sam Simon (rip).
The animation style was much better before it went digital. The new animation style is sterile and loses the visual quirkiness that was rampant in the earlier episodes.
I have loved The Simpsons since it first aired but for some reason stopped watching around 1998. Since I started playing this game in December of 2013, it has renewed my interest in the program. It seems TSTO has really boosted the viewership of the program. Now I watch Every Simpsons Ever all the time on FXX. It is really cool to see the elements from the game show up in the episodes. My husband who doesn't play the game is probably sick of me saying "Ooh! I have that!"
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