I just wanted to make sure you’re well informed on the best of the best and to give you a sense of where I’m going with this review.
But first, I’m gonna share the best 4:30 p.s.
TV show of all time, the 4:20 p.t. show of my childhood that I watched every night in my bed while I worked at a diner, the best episode of The Simpsons ever.
It’s The Simpsons, The Simpsons.
If you’re in the market for something else, go right ahead.
But I’m not going to tell you what it’s like to watch a show that was once a fixture of American pop culture that still makes you laugh and cry every time you watch it.
For me, this is the show that got me hooked on television in the first place.
I have to be honest: My father loved The Simpsons and I was so enthralled by its hilarious, nostalgic style and storytelling that I was hooked on the series for the rest of my life.
The Simpsons was always the show I watched when I was younger, and it still holds up with an edge of humor and depth that you can’t quite put your finger on.
There was a lot of Simpsons content in my home library of the 1980s, but my favorite episodes are ones that I remember the most, like “The Family Guy” and “Simpsons: Bart vs. The Space Mutants.”
In the end, the only thing that could save me from falling in love with The Simpsons at its height was my childhood obsession with The Wizard of Oz, and that was the only show I could relate to.
I’ve also been a big fan of the animated series The Simpsons since I was a kid, and I’m still a fan of The Family Guy, too.
My favorite Simpsons character is Bart Simpson, and my favorite Bart Simpson episode is “The Bart Show.”
If you’re just now waking up, I’ll tell you that I’m a huge fan of both shows.
I have no doubt that, after watching all of the Simpsons episodes I’ve watched over the past 25 years, I would still love them as much if it wasn’t for my dad and his obsession with the animated sitcoms.
And as a kid who loved The Simpson, I think the Simpsons is the most relatable show to me.
The Simpsons is a TV show that I grew up with.
And, for me, it was always about family.
The Simpson family, like any family, had a few of its members that weren’t as bright as the rest.
There were the Bart Simpson kids who were always up in the attic, and there were the Simpson children who, despite their good looks and good-looking parents, didn’t have the kind of connections that their peers had.
And yet, they still had the family spirit.
I remember when I started watching the Simpsons, the show would tell me things like, “Oh, it’s all about your family,” or, “You know, if you really want to learn about your own family, you should go to the family meeting.”
But as I got older, my love for the Simpsons grew.
As a kid growing up in a small town in Illinois, I always thought The Simpsons were just some cheesy sitcom I’d seen once in the ’80s.
But now, as an adult, I can tell you exactly what makes The Simpsons the greatest TV show in my life: The Simpsons is just so true to life.