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The Simpsons - Season 13 Preview

Bart's back for more.
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The whole Springfield crew.
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The Simpsons head into their new season, lucky number 13, on November 4, 2001. They're starting later than most shows to give Fox the time to finish up the sports season. The Treehouse Of Horror airs on the 30th of October but it's a 'special' episode and doesn't count as starting the season. This could get all messed up if the baseball dudes can't wrap it up in time, so keep your eyes on the TV Guide.

Starting November 4th is The Parent Rap. Bart gets in trouble with the law - big time! And a new judge, Jane Kaczmarek, (Malcolm in the Middle's mom) shows up to lay down the law. Later, episodes have R.E.M. hangin' out, and there are rumors that Mr. X-Man himself - Stan Lee - might show up for an episode. Keep your mutant fingers crossed.

When you're getting ready for school, in the wee hours of the morning, you need something to jumpstart your butt and get you into gear. Now The Simpsons can do it! Kellogg is whipping up two d'oh-licious Simpsons cereals for your breakfast bowl. Catch Homer's Cinnamon Donut Cereal and Bart Simpson Peanut Butter Chocolate Crunch coming to a bowl near you.

If you need The Simpsons 24/7, now you can have them in a crystal clear DVD. The whole first season is available on DVD - now you never need to change the channel.

What's your fave Simpson-ism? and fill us in.

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The Simpsons!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!11
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CookieDevil

CookieDevil wrote:

I didn't know it had that much seasons!
commented: Tue Aug 02, 2011

luzu1

luzu1 wrote:

cool!
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