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New Cast Deal

May 22, 2008
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So you may be wondering, what is a “new cast deal?” Well, it may not be as important to you Simpsons fans, but it what keeps the beloved Simpsons cast from leaving the show. The Simpsons production company is trying to work out a deal on what to pay the Simpsons cast (voices on the show.) With your farvorites, Dan Castelleneta playing the voice of Homer, Julie Karvner doing an awesome job as Marge. Yeardly Smith voicing Lisa. Nancy Cartwright voicing Bart and Maggie. ( yes she’s a girl) 

The production studio producing season 20 has been on hold for a while. They might only produce 20 episodes next season instead of the usual 22. In 2004 the cast did not show up on time to rehearse for an episode. Gracie Films could not fire them because they were so good at the voices. Instead they raised their saleries $125,000 an episode. With The Simpsons becoming more popular worldwide, they are thinking of a new deal. Raising their saleries up to $500,000 an episode. WHOAH, talk about rich.

In other news, can you believe that the Simpsons was pulled off the air in Hawaii, and replaced with a new show. Swimsuit models?! The show is no longer showing in Hawaii because people think it is not appropriate for children. Well if you ask me, I think a show about women in bikinis is WAY more inappropriate than The Simpsons. 🙄

Update:If you have not yet seen the new tab, check it out! You can watch full Episodes of The Simpsons. Season 2 is gonna be on the page today! Take a look to see if it works on your computer!

~ Simpson Fever

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2 Comments leave one →
  1. June 3, 2008 2:52 am

    Bootlick says : I absolutely agree with this !

  2. June 20, 2008 5:47 pm

    Somehow i missed the point. Probably lost in translation 🙂 Anyway … nice blog to visit.

    cheers, Freeload!!

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