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Old 23-04-2007, 01:37 AM
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If you haven't seen this before then you'll love it.

[YOUTUBE]7-PrPyGSLzo[/YOUTUBE]
It is uncanny how spot-on those impressions are.
 
Old 23-04-2007, 01:37 AM
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Conan O'Briens involvement in The Simpsons (taken from IMDB)

"The Simpsons" (11 episodes)

1. Kamp Krusty (24 September 1992) - Producer
2. A Streetcar Named Marge (1 October 1992) - Producer
3. Homer the Heretic (8 October 1992) - Producer
4. Lisa the Beauty Queen (15 October 1992) - Producer
5. Treehouse of Horror III (29 October 1992) - Producer (as Creepy Conan O'Brien)
6. New Kid on the Block (12 November 1992) - Writer (writer)
7. Marge vs. the Monorail (14 January 1993) - Writer (writer), Soundtrack (writer: "The Monorail Song")
8. Cape Feare (7 October 1993) - Producer
9. Homer Goes to College (14 October 1993) - Writer (writer)
10. Treehouse of Horror IV (28 October 1993) - Writer (writer) (as Watch Conan O'Brien)
11. Bart Gets Famous (3 February 1994) - Himself (voice)

So he helped with 10 and guest starred on one.

The most talented writer (IMHO) is George Meyer, he is the one credited with most of Homer's iconic quotes.
 
Old 23-04-2007, 01:39 AM
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He was there from 1991 to 1994 as a writer and producer. You aer obviously right though that they had many excellent people working on the show.
It definitely wasn't that long. On imdb he as listed as being there from '92-'93 which is only one season (season 4 and the episodes held over that aired at the start of season 5) after that he got the Late Night gig.
 
Old 23-04-2007, 01:41 AM
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I stand corrected, any season with Trash of the Titans goes on the list. Wikipedia says it was season 9, I had thought it was season 7.
The bit when he rattles the sanitation commissioner's bird cage!
 
Old 23-04-2007, 01:43 AM
Nero
 
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Conan O'Briens involvement in The Simpsons (taken from IMDB)

"The Simpsons" (11 episodes)

1. Kamp Krusty (24 September 1992) - Producer
2. A Streetcar Named Marge (1 October 1992) - Producer
3. Homer the Heretic (8 October 1992) - Producer
4. Lisa the Beauty Queen (15 October 1992) - Producer
5. Treehouse of Horror III (29 October 1992) - Producer (as Creepy Conan O'Brien)
6. New Kid on the Block (12 November 1992) - Writer (writer)
7. Marge vs. the Monorail (14 January 1993) - Writer (writer), Soundtrack (writer: "The Monorail Song")
8. Cape Feare (7 October 1993) - Producer
9. Homer Goes to College (14 October 1993) - Writer (writer)
10. Treehouse of Horror IV (28 October 1993) - Writer (writer) (as Watch Conan O'Brien)
11. Bart Gets Famous (3 February 1994) - Himself (voice)

So he helped with 10 and guest starred on one.

The most talented writer (IMHO) is George Meyer, he is the one credited with most of Homer's iconic quotes.
How could I forget George Meyer?? Undoubedtly the man who had the most influence on the Simpsons humour along with John Swartzwelder, without those two the show wouldn't be nearly as funny, they both have such a unique brand of humour.
 
Old 23-04-2007, 08:40 AM
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If you haven't seen this before then you'll love it.

[YOUTUBE]7-PrPyGSLzo[/YOUTUBE]


brilliant stuff.
 
Old 23-04-2007, 08:52 AM
waynes ear's
 
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Another United reference too, not altogether flattering.
The Colbert Report made a reference to united fans rioting too
 
Old 23-04-2007, 10:43 AM
Professor
 
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The Colbert Report (a while ago) upset some while making a reference to American sports fans being pussies: "In England, you're not even considered a fan until you've been crushed to death against a chain link fence."
 
Old 23-04-2007, 10:45 AM
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The Colbert Report (a while ago) upset some while making a reference to American sports fans being pussies: "In England, you're not even considered a fan until you've been crushed to death against a chain link fence."
holy f***, i hope the scouse c***s didnt get wind of that
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