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    The Simpsons’ Perception on Christianity There is a considerable amount of misunderstanding amongst the overall population; as well as, the spiritual community as a whole, regarding what it really means to be a “Christian”. Some people strongly believe that being a faithful Christian means that you cannot have any fun at all. Don’t consider attending the latest movie, night clubs, or bars. Furthermore many people believe a Christian should only drink wine during the Sunday communion, despite the

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    Archetypes In King Lear

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    styles subdivided into many cultures. The trickster archetype, like all the other archetypes, has been changed back and forth for thousands and thousands of years dating back to the Indians and their tales about the fox to the modern times of Bart Simpson. In order to understand the virtues of tricksters, we have to know what it’s like to be tricked or to have tricked by someone you know. When you have experienced that, it is easy to get the concept.

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    does it matter. Simpson go out and get food Mr. Burns said. The zombies will avoid you because you were smelly and you have no brain. Why is burns running the show here he is the least valuable he can't even shoot a gun. Every one starts nodding and your dead says Moe pulls out a gun and shoots Mr.Burns. Then out of the Blue there was a sickening smack all the Zombies had broken through. There eating everybody shouted Apu, run said Homer then all of a sudden loud machine gun fire and everybody here's

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    Homer Jay Simpson, the patriarch of the Simpson household on the Fox series “The Simpsons” is a childish, lazy man, whose hobbies include eating donuts, drinking Duff Beer, watching television, and sleeping. A victim of the “Simpsons gene” which allows for only Simpson women to possess the trait of intelligence, Homer is unfortunately as “dumb as a chimp” according to his father, Abe Simpson. However, it is mainly through the analysis of his simplistic thoughts and nature, that one can gain a real

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    Elements of Comedy in The Simpsons

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    Elements of Comedy in The Simpsons The TV show, "The Simpsons" is considered by many to be one of the greatest animated shows ever made. Incredibly popular with people of all ages, creator Matt Groening combined numerous elements of humor to produce a truly original program. His goal is to never repeat the same joke twice. The year 2000 will mark the 10th anniversary of the show (which adds up to a lot of original jokes), and highlights its achievement as primetime TVÕs current longest

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    Death of a Salesman vs The Simpsons Each of the characters in "death of a Salesman" can be compared in some way to a character in the Simpsons. Linda Loman has a lot in common with Marge Simpson. Both love their families very much and are always the first to defend their husband's actions. Each wife is unappreciated and and does not receive much respect from her family. They try to instill good values onto their children: Marge reprimands Bart for stealing, and Linda tells Willy not to encourage

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    The Success of the Simpsons The Improbable Long-Term Success of The Simpsons When examining the history of modern prime-time television, there is a certain pattern that virtually every successful show inevitably falls into. After a period of initial success, perhaps lasting three or four years, the writing on the show becomes stale by using the same format and same jokes over and over. The viewing audience becomes bored, and eventually, the show fades into television oblivion. Or, as Jeff

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    The Simpsons as a Sitcom

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    The Simpsons as a Sitcom "The Simpsons" is an example of an American sitcom. A sitcom is situation comedy, which is when the same setting and same characters appear in every episode. Examples of sitcoms are programs such as "The Crosby Show" and more recent sitcoms such as "Friends". Sitcoms surfaced in the 1950's in America showing the "ideal" family. Slowly sitcoms started to show the reality of life and dealt with social issues such as divorce and unemployment. Sitcoms have become very

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    “The Simpson’s” is about the satiric adventures of a working class family in the city of Springfield. “The Simpsons" is an example of an American sitcom. A sitcom is situation comedy, which is when the same setting and same characters appear in every episode. Sitcoms surfaced in the 1950's in America showing the "ideal" family. Slowly sitcoms started to show the reality of life and dealt with social issues such as divorce and unemployment. Sitcoms have become very popular because people could relate

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    Must emezong TV prugremmi! Hiy! Hevi yua ivir omegonid wetchong thi must holerouas enometid sotcum? Du yua went ixpiroinci thi must emasong TV prugremmi TV prugremmi? Thin, yua shuald wetch “Thi Sompsun`s” biceasi ot os thi must odiel prugremmi fur yua. Hevi yua ivir wetchid “Thi Sompsun’s”? If yua hevi yua wetchid ot, then yua shuald knuw thet “Thi Sompsun’s” os en emezong, fanny end holerouas TV prugremmi whoch os wetchid by mollouns on thi UK & US on thi deoly besoc. Thi tutel rannong tomi uf

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