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11-06-2005, 11:00 PM
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Simpsons 16th Treehouse of Horrors

Anyone watch(ing) this tonight?? going right now to sit ont he couch and enjoy!

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Worst Treehouse of Horrors EVER!!!

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I've seen better I've seen worse. Family guy was pretty average also IMO, "The War at Home" is pretty good and alot better than I expected.

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I enjoyed tonight's episode.

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Simpsons was good, skipped the War at Home, Family guy had some great moments, loved the opening a la Naked Gun, and American Dad was ok but coulda done without the to be continued crap

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Family Guy was ridiculous. Maybe I haven't seen enough lately, but my friend and I missed probably 1/4th of the dialogue from laughter.

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treehouse of horrors<<<<< family guy

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Just let it die already Groening.

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Could have been worse, but certainly wasn't anything to get excited about.

Family Guy was pretty good tonight, American Dad was ok.

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In order:

1. Family Guy- it was hilarious, refer to my post in the Family guy thread.

2. The Simpsons - I thought it was funny. There were several LOL moments including Homer "Here! Make me a Kitty!"

3. American Dad - Have never liked this, but there was several funny moments.

4. War at Home - What do you get when you mix Married..with Children with Titus, and some sentimental crap. Is a definite beneficiary of a sweet timeslot. I don't like it at all.

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11-07-2005, 10:23 AM
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Treehouse should have came out last week before Haloween anyways.

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11-07-2005, 10:37 AM
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I watched the robot story. I thought it was OK. There were some funny moments, but they weren't that funny, because I've already forgotten what they were.

I thought The Family Guy was pretty good. I don't find myself watching either of these shows anymore though.

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It was decent but it wasn't that great.

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The first bit was pretty good but the other two seemed really rushed and were just a string of one-liners and cheap gags, with a few exceptions.

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I thought it was decent. Not nearly as good as the past ones, but it did make me laugh. I liked the second skit with the "World Series of Manslaughter". My DVR did cut off the final little bit of the show, so I didn't get to see where the adult illiteracy thing was going.

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Treehouse should have came out last week before Haloween anyways.
Yeah ever since FOX bought the baseball playoffs the Treehouse of Horror episodes have been the first Sunday of November.

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The opening segment with Kang and Kotos was great. I'm a baseball fan, and I thought the "it's still too boring" and "Administrative Professionals Day" (which I believe is in April) cracks were quite funny. But hey, Kang and Kotos always deliver.

The rest of the episode had its moments, but Treehouse of Horror hasn't been the same in recent years anyways.

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