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Everything's Coming up Simpsons: The Town w/ Mike Mitchell

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Mike Mitchell

This week, we dig into the archives to bring you an episode from long before the podcast joined Max Fun. Mike Mitchell (“The Birthday Boys”, Doughboys Podcast, “Love” on Netflix) gives us a special behind-the-scenes look on what it’s like to go from Simpsons writer’s PA to VOICE ACTOR! You can listen to all our episodes from the archives to the Max Fun website.

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

Everything's Coming Up Simpsons Ep. 189: The Mothers of Springfield

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We're breaking format this week to bring you a special episode that celebrates our favorite moms from Springfield. Listen up for some clips of our favorite mom moments from Mona, Agnes, Maude, Luann, Jacqueline, and of course, Marge!

Everything's Coming Up Simpsons Ep. 188: Marge in Chains w/ Jono Zalay

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Jono Zalay

Comedian Jono Zalay joins us to talk about the time Marge spent time in jail. We find out the true culprit of the crime – was this incident really Grandpa's fault? Plus, why it's no fun to get the shingles and why you shouldn't skip out on jury duty.

Everything's Coming Up Simpsons Ep. 185: Bart Carny w/ Lindsay Katai

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Lindsay Katai

This week, we'll make the case for season 9 of The Simpsons by discussing "Bart Carny" with Lindsay Katai. Check her out as co-host of the podcast Teen Creeps. You'll be able to see Lindsay's work later this year on Cartoon Network's Infinity Train.

Everything's Coming Up Simpsons Ep. 180: The Springfield Connection w/ Jenny Jaffe

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Jenny Jaffe

We're joined by Jenny Jaffe this week! She is the creator and star of IFC's "Neurotica." She's also currently one of the writers on the "Rugrats" reboot on Nickelodeon. We'll chat a lot about television writing, Julia's love of musicals, and counterfeit jeans.

Everything's Coming Up Simpsons Ep. 176: The Front w/ Matt Ingebretson

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Matt Ingebretson

In "The Front" Bart and Lisa ghostwrite a great Itchy and Scratchy episode, and we also check in on "The Adventures of Ned Flanders." We're joined by Matt Ingebretson of Comedy Central's "Corporate" to discuss impostor syndrome, the writing biz, and the genius of the Simpsons kid logic.

Art of Process Episode 2 - Rebecca Sugar

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Rebecca Sugar

The multi-talented Rebecca Sugar is the creator and showrunner of the wildly imaginative Steven Universe on Cartoon Network. Ted, Aimee, and Rebecca discuss how the show is able to appeal to both children and adults, how to tackle a blank page, and how early love of some art (and rejection of others) influenced their careers. Oh, and also, what art is for, what it means and what its purpose is.

Everything's Coming Up Simpsons Ep. 173: Who Shot Mr. Burns w/ Bill Oakley

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Bill Oakley

You guys are in for a real treat this week! This episode was recorded live in Portland, Oregon with our special guest Bill Oakley. He'll give us a behind the scenes look at parts one and two of "Who Shot Mr. Burns." But there's more, a behind the scenes look at Bill's fast food reviews on Instagram. Please enjoy this super-sized episode – it's going to be a blast!

Everything's Coming Up Simpsons Ep. 172: Treehouse of Horror III w/ Will Campos

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Will Campos

We love a good off season Treehouse of Horror conversation. This week, Story Break's Will Campos (Video Game High School, Hulu's RocketJump: The Show, and Dimension 404) joins us to chat about Treehouse of Horror III. We'll also talk about the things that terrified us as kids including: Mars Attacks, A Clockwork Orange and the Twilight Zone. This episode, probably has one of the best Treehouse of Horror gags burned into your memory, too. Yep … we're gonna talk about Frozen Yogurt … which we call Frogurt! It's good! But it's cursed … and that's bad!

Everything's Coming Up Simpsons Ep. 171: Dancin' Homer w/ Billy West

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Billy West

We're kicking things off this year with Billy West! You know him as the voice actor behind some really memorable animated characters from your childhood including Ren, Stimpy, and Doug Funnie on Doug. Plus, a number of voices on Futurama, including Dr. Zoidberg, Zapp Brannigan, Philip J. Fry, and many many more. This episode is such a delight and you can bet we're getting plenty of samples of his voice work. Geek out and flip out when you hear all the voices he's got in store for us as we discuss "Dancin' Homer."

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