So... why was Wendel pushed back to grade two?
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Depressing fun fact: the reason people in infomercials are so dumb is because the products are all designed for people with disabilities but for some stupid reason they're not considered a big enough market to sell directly to, so they instead market them to able-bodied but extremely clumsy people.Troy McClure smashing an orange with his face is a pitch perfect parody of informercial logic before internet supercuts of "people don't know how to do normal things in informercials". The reveal that Homer does the same thing is perfect.
I only noticed for the first time this year that there's like a whole second where the sky is nakedly visible through the sidewalk because they didn't paint enough of it in.After watching that intro, like ALL my life over and over and over, I've finally noticed something. I know some of the characters are somewhat off model but I SERIOUSLY never noticed that Helen Lovejoy has Maude Flanders hair coloring.
Yeah, is he supposed to be a Catholic priest? He seems to be dancing next to a Franciscan friar maybe.
Is one of those "people of different cultures" cultures a man just dressed like Elvis? I think that's not how I'm supposed to read that but I'm not sure what they are going for with the blue haired guy.
True story! It’s actually a clever way to market items designed for a small market to a larger group. They’re able to keep making items that would otherwise not be profitable, and folks who don’t know the background get funny commercials they can chuckle about & unwittingly fund a good cause.Depressing fun fact: the reason people in infomercials are so dumb is because the products are all designed for people with disabilities but for some stupid reason they're not considered a big enough market to sell directly to, so they instead market them to able-bodied but extremely clumsy people.
That's the great thing about The Simpsons. Even if you haven't seen the source material, it still works on its own.Much like Citizen Kane, I didnt See the Movie until years after having seen and memorized this episode. So I didn’t really grasp how much of it was crammed into the this.