The Best and Worst of ‘The Simpsons’: The Best of Season 1, Episode 1 by John Hodgman

Posted October 13, 2018 04:04:30As much as I love The Simpsons, I’ve also become pretty tired of the show’s characters.

Sure, I know there are some great ones, but they all seem like they are forced to act like they know what they are talking about.

I don’t think I’ve ever enjoyed a Simpsons episode quite as much as when they are at their most ridiculous.

This episode is no exception, and I won’t even attempt to explain why it’s so awesome.

I’ll leave you with a video of the entire episode (skip to 5:45 for the worst of the worst):The Simpsons are, quite simply, the best show on television.

They are so well written, hilarious, and, most importantly, they make you feel like you’re part of a family.

The show’s greatest strength is that its characters are so much fun to be around.

You want to sit and watch, but you also want to go out and see the world.

It takes a lot to make a TV show a hit, and that’s what makes this episode of The Simpsons so unique.

In my opinion, The Simpsons is the most underrated TV show in television history.

I won the Emmy for Outstanding Variety Program in 2017 for my review of the series.

I love that it is the longest-running television series in history, and in fact it is one of the longest in television.

It was originally broadcast in 1985, and has only been renewed for five seasons.

It has had seven seasons in total.

It won a Golden Globe for Outloud, an Emmy for Best Animated Program, and the Academy Award for Best Comedy Series.

It is also the longest running television show in American history.

The series is currently being re-shot and re-produced on a new production of the same name.

I was on the set of this one a couple weeks ago, and while I’m not sure exactly what the re-shoot entails, I am certain that it has the Simpsons on a high note.

The Simpsons will probably be back on the air sometime in 2019, which will mark the series’ 70th anniversary.

The first season of The Simpson’s revival was aired on November 3, 1995, and it has been a part of my life ever since.

I am so proud of the work that this show has done.

There is no better time to celebrate The Simpsons than now, which is why I’m giving you this week’s favorite quote.

I will not be giving you a personal favorite, but this is what I think will be the best.

It’s so hard to say these things.

The Simpsons: The Best Of Season 1 episode one is available on DVD and Blu-ray for $8.99 and $12.99, respectively.

Watch it below.