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The Simpsons, Season 28HDTV-PGClosed Captioning

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Description

THE SIMPSONS continues to strike a chord with viewers for irreverently poking fun at anything and everything. The family adventures continue this fall, with guest voices including Matt Leinart, Patton Oswalt, Drew Carey, Sarah Silverman, Allison Janney, Doris Kearns Goodwin, Magnus Carlsen, Dan Rather, Lizzy Caplan and Michael Sheen.

Customer Reviews

Can't wait for more!

I loved the older season of The Simpsons, and the movie. Let's hope this season of the show is great! The last few seasons of the show before this were funny and charming.

Once great, now almost unwatchable

The regular episodes have long since lost their spark. I only tune in for the Halloween episodes now. And this year's episode was lousy. Such a shame. Oh well. It'll keep going on and on out of inertia, I suppose. And people will give it 5-star ratings... but mostly I think people get into a position where they start rating the brand rather than the show itself. And fondness for the old show colors their views of what it's become.

Great show

The Simpsons were honest, simple and great back in the day. I remember renting VHS movies while stationed in Germany in 1989-1991. There were Simpson shorts at the end. Pretty cool. I miss the simple animation of the early episodes. Now, there is way too much detail in the charactors and background. Thats not what made the Simpsons great. They have seemed to run their course like the Rolling Stones. They are a living phenomenom but have become their own "cover band".