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Everything's Coming Up Simpsons Ep. 129: Scenes from the Class Struggle in Springfield w/ Jordan Morris

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Jordan Morris

Jordan Morris joins Allie and Julia to talk about Scenes from the Class Struggle in Springfield. The episodes features wardrobe changes for the entire Simpsons family -- most notably Marge -- wearing a fabulous pink Chanel suit. Jordan tells us why he loves wardrobe changes in cartoons, and why Ogdenville is better than Shelbyville. Plus, Julia and Allie tease what they have planned for their upcoming live show in Chicago!

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Everything's Coming Up Simpsons Ep. 127: The PTA Disbands w/ Nelson Franklin

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Nelson Franklin

Welcome to the Maximum Fun network Everything's Coming Up Simpsons! This is a Simpsons podcast you don't want to miss. Each week Allie Goertz and Julia Prescott discuss a Simpsons episode with a special guest. This week, Nelson Franklin swings by to discuss one of his favorite episodes! You know Nelson Franklin from his roles in Veep, New Girl, and Black-ish. The episode The PTA Disbands is from Season 6 of The Simpsons series. Join us as they dive into the Laws of Thermodynamics, crappy school buses, and the scariest teacher of them all -- Marge Simpson.

Everything's Coming Up Simpsons: Thirty Minutes Over Tokyo w/ Joe Berkowitz

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Joe Berkowitz

Joe Berkowitz (writer and staff editor at Fast Company; author of “Away with Words” - a book about PUN competitions out now!) joins the girls to talk Tokyo, travel, and Tokyo. Look. Joe and Julia have recently been to Tokyo and life’s just like…different over there, maaaan. They also get into the wall-to-wall jokes of this episode, the teetering tight rope of casual racism, and the joy of stealing from Flanders.

This episode was produced before "Everything's Coming Up Simpsons" was on the Max Fun Network.

Everything's Coming Up Simpsons: Rosebud w/ Craig Rowen

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Craig Rowen

Craig Rowen (Writer for @Midnight, Wet Hot American Summer, Search Party) joins the girls to talk pop cultural pastiche through the lens of Springfield, what we’d do as hypothetical parents if given enough money to trade in Bobo for a million dollars, and how coooool it would be if Homer got his OWN RECORDING STUDIO (actually it was weird. Very very weird. We talk about how weird. Seriously. What a weird beat).

This episode was produced before "Everything's Coming Up Simpsons" was on the Max Fun Network.

Everything's Coming Up Simpsons: Weekend at Burnsie’s w/ Steven Ray Morris

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Steven Ray Morris

Steven Ray Morris (The Purrcast, “My Favorite Murder” on Feral Audio) joins the girls to talk this dizzyingly joke-heavy 13th season ep. Together, they trip out over Homer’s first weed high, the magic of Otto just...being there, and the laughably long wait before the title of the goddamn episode finally pays off. And because Steven’s here, you KNOW there was cat chat wedged in between.

This episode was produced before "Everything's Coming Up Simpsons" was on the Max Fun Network.

Everything's Coming Up Simpsons: Bart After Dark w/ Erin McGathy

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Erin McGathy

Erin McGathy (“This Feels Terrible” on Feral, “Harmonquest” on SeeSo) puts the “Spring” in “Springfield” with the girls as they talk morals and ethics and carnal forbearance. Together, they debate what qualifies as a “burlesque house” in the first place, the sweetness of it’s busty owner, and how the writers were wise to make Bart’s involvement not the least bit horny. This episode is rated, ‘S-U-C-C-E-E-S” (‘cause that’s the way you spell success!).

This episode was produced before "Everything's Coming Up Simpsons" was on the Max Fun Network.

Everything's Coming Up Simpsons: Secrets of a Successful Marriage w/ Jesse Fox

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Jesse Fox

Jesse David Fox (“Good One” podcast on Panoply) joins the girls to talk education, elbow-nibbling, and how television in the Simpsons’ world is the cause of (and solution to) all of life’s problems. Download, dive in, and don’t try to ruin two perfectly good jackets by sewing patches on your elbows.

This episode was produced before "Everything's Coming Up Simpsons" was on the Max Fun Network.

Everything's Coming Up Simpsons: Bart the Lover w/ Simon Rich

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Simon Rich

Simon Rich (creator of FX’s “Man Seeking Woman”) joins the ladies to discuss all things Woodrowwwwww. They discuss the sad, sympathetic qualities of Edna Crabbappel and the fine line the show walked with having Bart write his 4th grade teacher love letters, and yet never once did it appear creepy or cruel. Simon also reveals to the girls how often MSW episodes would be pitched to the network using The Simpsons as a reference point. It’s a classic episode discussion just for you because -- truly, yours, is a butt that won’t quit.

This episode was produced before "Everything's Coming Up Simpsons" was on the Max Fun Network.

Everything's Coming Up Simpsons: Bart the Murderer w/ Joseph Scrimshaw

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Joseph Scrimshaw

Joseph Scrimshaw (“Obsessed” podcast on Feral Audio) sits down with the girls to talk Bart and the best afterschool job of all time: working for the mob. In this “Goodfellas” tribute, we meet Fat Tony for the first time, learn a thing or two about genre-bending without losing heart, and geek out over what could be the first time Neil Patrick Harris poked fun at himself publicly. So come on, bounce that basketball like you’re stuck under piles of outdated newspapers and make a game of it!

This episode was produced before "Everything's Coming Up Simpsons" was on the Max Fun Network.

Everything's Coming Up Simpsons: Super Dad w/ Dino Stamatopolous

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Dino Stamatopolous

Dino Stamotopoulos sits down with the girls to talk “Super Dad”, the Simpsons spec that got him his first writing job and one he wrote just-for-effing-cause. They dive deep into the difference of the first couple seasons to the latter, and how the Simpsons has influenced Dino’s work on his own shows like “Moral Oral” on Adult Swim. Dino's Script: http://bit.ly/DinoScript

This episode was produced before "Everything's Coming Up Simpsons" was on the Max Fun Network.

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