Nobody reads these anymore

From: The Parent Rap
Season 13, Episode 2

3 comments to Nobody reads these anymore

  • Señor Spielbergo

    Unless it’s some sort of topical reference, it seems. For example, three different blackboards referring to the Monica Lewinsky scandal were used in Season 10, and all three remained intact in syndication.

  • Russell

    You’re wrong, I do read Simpsons comics and chalkboard gags as far as I am concerned Simpsons Comics did release their last issue, #245 in November 2018 and I have wonderful memories of reading each and every story including the case of the saxophone solo saboteur. In the story, Lisa wakes up with shampoo in her hair and in her saxophone then she watches her video tape of her Christmas concert with Marge which embarrasses her, then she writes screw-up across her forehead then Lisa goes to great lengths to perfect her saxophone solo for her band concert later that evening and she thanks Marge for believing in her when the concert goes great, the audience applauds and Homer gets so teary-eyed he forgets to bake another “Good job Lisa” celebratory pie cake and in closing I like to say “I’m going to miss you dear buddy, RIP Simpson’s Comics”

  • Russell

    I would read “Battle of the Boy Bands” which Lisa wins a date on the town with either one of her favorite boy bands she likes which are the Backyard Boys and N-Style who pick her up at her house in a limousine for a day out on the town and I also would read “Bart’s report on Francis Scott Key” which Bart gives a report about Francis Scott Key. I started reading Simpsons comics before bongo comics discontinued the series when I read “Bart Simpson and the Krusty Brand Fun Factory”, a Simpsons knock-off version of “Charlie and the Chocolate Factory” in which Krusty the Clown sponsors a contest by meticulously placing four gold straws inside five bottles of Krusty brand cherry pie flavored soda then Bart finds a gold straw lodged in Homer’s stomach cavity which he was having his appendicectomy after he accidentally drank his Krusty Brand cherry soda too fast and he swallowed his golden straw by mistake. After the end of the contest, the lucky finders were Barney Gumble, Nelson Muntz, and Ralph Wiggum and they win a tour of the Krusty fun factory.