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“The Simpsons” ♥ Michelle Obama

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Posted by admin | Posted in Lady O, michelle obama, the simpsons, Uncategorized | Posted on 22-03-2010

First Lady Michelle Obama rolled through landed on The Simpsons last night to give Lisa a little pep talk. Lady O was actually voiced by Angela Bassett.

The First Lady talked about how she was an over-achiever in her youth, just like Lisa, but then she got cut off by Springfield’s version of Joe Biden.

Cute.

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Brew Bits: Negro Simpsons

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Posted by Piper from the Brew | Posted in brew bits, the simpsons | Posted on 22-08-2009

The Simpsons got an extreme makeover and were turned into Angolans to mark the launch of their show airing in the African continent. Alrighty then……. I’m not exactly sure how I feel about Lisa’s psychotic looking plaits, that’s a lil racial…… lol

Angolan advertising agency Executive Center have taken an original animated promotional shot of Bart, Homer, Maggie Lisa and Marge sitting together on a couch and altered it to show them as Africans.

Their yellow skin has been replaced with a much darker brown skin while Marge’s blue hair has been switched for a jet black afro hairdo. Lisa’s hair is now braided and the entire family are shown wearing Angolan-inspired clothing and flip flops.

The family cat has completely disappeared from the new shot. Also missing are a lamp, table and telephone which have been replaced by huge stereo speakers.

And the picture on the wall of a yacht on the ocean is now a picture of Serengeti elephant scene.

Underneath the family are the words: ‘The Simpsons now in Angola.’

However, it is believed the family will keep their traditional yellow look when the series airs on digital service DStv next month.

Now a massive franchise, The Simpsons is broadcast in more than 90 countries and has been translated into more than 45 languages since it started in 1989. 441 episodes have currently been made.

Producers have also announced that British band Coldplay will feature in a forthcoming episode of the show, when the 20th anniversary series begins in September.

They will join a long list of celebrities who have appeared as guests on the programme over the years.

They include the Rolling Stones, Sir Paul McCartney, Ringo Starr, Sir Elton John, Michael Jackson, Johnny Cash, Aerosmith and U2.

Read more: http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/worldnews/article-1207968/Aye-carumba-The-Simpsons-makeover-African-show.html#ixzz0OxPWwkWi

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Brew Bits: Negro Simpsons

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Posted by admin | Posted in brew bits, the simpsons | Posted on 22-08-2009

The Simpsons got an extreme makeover and were turned into Angolans to mark the launch of their show airing in the African continent. Alrighty then……. I’m not exactly sure how I feel about Lisa’s psychotic looking plaits, that’s a lil racial…… lol

Angolan advertising agency Executive Center have taken an original animated promotional shot of Bart, Homer, Maggie Lisa and Marge sitting together on a couch and altered it to show them as Africans.

Their yellow skin has been replaced with a much darker brown skin while Marge’s blue hair has been switched for a jet black afro hairdo. Lisa’s hair is now braided and the entire family are shown wearing Angolan-inspired clothing and flip flops.

The family cat has completely disappeared from the new shot. Also missing are a lamp, table and telephone which have been replaced by huge stereo speakers.

And the picture on the wall of a yacht on the ocean is now a picture of Serengeti elephant scene.

Underneath the family are the words: ‘The Simpsons now in Angola.’

However, it is believed the family will keep their traditional yellow look when the series airs on digital service DStv next month.

Now a massive franchise, The Simpsons is broadcast in more than 90 countries and has been translated into more than 45 languages since it started in 1989. 441 episodes have currently been made.

Producers have also announced that British band Coldplay will feature in a forthcoming episode of the show, when the 20th anniversary series begins in September.

They will join a long list of celebrities who have appeared as guests on the programme over the years.

They include the Rolling Stones, Sir Paul McCartney, Ringo Starr, Sir Elton John, Michael Jackson, Johnny Cash, Aerosmith and U2.

Read more: http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/worldnews/article-1207968/Aye-carumba-The-Simpsons-makeover-African-show.html#ixzz0OxPWwkWi

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Brew Bits: Negro Simpsons

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Posted by Elphaba Of The Brew | Posted in brew bits, the simpsons | Posted on 22-08-2009

The Simpsons got an extreme makeover and were turned into Angolans to mark the launch of their show airing in the African continent. Alrighty then……. I’m not exactly sure how I feel about Lisa’s psychotic looking plaits, that’s a lil racial…… lol

Angolan advertising agency Executive Center have taken an original animated promotional shot of Bart, Homer, Maggie Lisa and Marge sitting together on a couch and altered it to show them as Africans.

Their yellow skin has been replaced with a much darker brown skin while Marge’s blue hair has been switched for a jet black afro hairdo. Lisa’s hair is now braided and the entire family are shown wearing Angolan-inspired clothing and flip flops.

The family cat has completely disappeared from the new shot. Also missing are a lamp, table and telephone which have been replaced by huge stereo speakers.

And the picture on the wall of a yacht on the ocean is now a picture of Serengeti elephant scene.

Underneath the family are the words: ‘The Simpsons now in Angola.’

However, it is believed the family will keep their traditional yellow look when the series airs on digital service DStv next month.

Now a massive franchise, The Simpsons is broadcast in more than 90 countries and has been translated into more than 45 languages since it started in 1989. 441 episodes have currently been made.

Producers have also announced that British band Coldplay will feature in a forthcoming episode of the show, when the 20th anniversary series begins in September.

They will join a long list of celebrities who have appeared as guests on the programme over the years.

They include the Rolling Stones, Sir Paul McCartney, Ringo Starr, Sir Elton John, Michael Jackson, Johnny Cash, Aerosmith and U2.

Read more: http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/worldnews/article-1207968/Aye-carumba-The-Simpsons-makeover-African-show.html#ixzz0OxPWwkWi

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