Sunday, February 19, 2012

'The Simpsons' marks 500th episode, Assange guest stars

#Simpsons500 Long-time followers of Media Monarchy know that we're long-time fans of 'The Simpsons' ... Interestingly, last night's episode featured a fake disaster drill distraction put forth by corporate-controlled media - guest starring Julian Assange!

'The Simpsons' marks 500th episode, Assange guest starsfrom afp: The Simpsons, the long-running US television animated comedy show, reached its landmark 500th episode Sunday, with an appearance from controversial WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange. America's most famous dysfunctional cartoon family have played out their lives before a worldwide audience for over two decades since the distinctive yellow characters Homer, Maggie and children Bart, Lisa and baby Maggie first burst onto American TV in 1989. The series has become the longest-running comedy in US television history and in its 23rd season is currently the longest-running primetime scripted show. In the 500th show, Homer and Marge discover Springfield residents are holding a secret meeting to kick them out of town, for all the trouble they've caused over the years. After being sent into exile, the Simpsons arrange to meet with Assange in a bid to clear their names. The show's executive producer Al Jean acknowledged last month that Assange, who leaked massive amounts of sensitive diplomatic and military documents, was a controversial figure.
Video: Alison Krauss' version of 'The Simpsons' theme

1 comment:

Anonymous said...

Great! 500 episodes of dis-functional programing that many even grew up on..and continue to live their adult lives with.

Any wonder why things are so dis-functional everywhere? There shouldn't be.

Be it 500 episodes or 1, social engineering comes in many forms. Amazing so many are still falling for the comes trap 501.

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