Jimmy and Tom have long noticed Game of Thrones doesn’t sit still. See what they have to say about the season four episodes “Mockingbird” and “The Mountain and the Viper”.
In which we say goodbye to Phil Hartman.
In which Marge takes up real estate sales.
In which we get some kind of dire predictions in an election year involving a Clinton.
In which Selma marries Troy McClure. You may remember him from such past instances on this show like hosting infomercials and making educational filmstrips of questionable value.
138 episodes sure is an odd episode to celebra…wait, this is another clip show, dangit!
In which Bart defrauds an entire nation to find out which way their toilets flow.
A standard Marge storyline deals with the idea that she is indispensable to the Simpson household, and the lose of her can cause untold
The writers and producers of The Simpsons had come under the impression that Tom Cruise wanted to do the show, so they wrote this
Let’s face it: whatever your thoughts for this Conan O’Brien-penned episode, they are bound to be better than your thoughts on the last