Simpsons 20th Anniversary Special:Simpsons 3D Ice – Simpsons 20th Anniversary Special/The Simpsons 20th Anniversary Special – In 3-D! On Ice! recap can be found here.This evening the FOX network broadcast The Simpsons 20th Anniversary Special.The Simpsons 20th Anniversary Special was stuffed with loads of goodies for the fans but there was nothing in 3-D nor on ice.The film which thoroughly examined the cultural phenomenon had interviews, a look back on how the series became such a hit and landed its spot in so many hearts.Fans from over ten countries talked to Director Morgan Spurlock about their Simpsons-themed weddings and their Simpsons tattoos.The special also focused on the many controversial moments that the animated television sitcom created over the years.Here is the summary of the documentary:
Academy Award-nominated filmmaker Morgan Spurlock (“Super Size Me,” “30 Days”) takes on the behemoth task of documenting 20 years of the global phenomenon that is THE SIMPSONS . In his distinctive and innovative style, the unprecedented one-hour special follows Spurlock as he sets off on a cross- country globe-trotting mission combing the streets for interviews from fans young and old. His travels take him from the home ofTHE SIMPSONS’ biggest fan to the organization at the center of THE SIMPSONS ‘ biggest controversies to landmarks such as the birthplace of “Groundskeeper Willie” and the Springfield Isotopes’ playing field. In addition, Spurlock talks to cast, writers and celebrities about the undying cultural obsession withTHE SIMPSONS.
Having the Anniversary Special directed by Morgan Spurlock, the man who made the “Super Size Me” documentary was a great idea,because it was entertaining and had some very weird and funny revelations such as the interview with a man who grew real life “Tomacco” (a mix of Tobacco and tomato, based on the episode “E-I-E-I-(Annoyed Grunt)”).With 450 episodes in the bag,you can see why the show has such a big following.What are your thoughts on the episode?
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