Introitus and Kyrie.
From Friendlys. Only 1500 calories not counting fries and shake.
Thank goodness it wasn’t a commercial for sashimi.
Speaking of which
I watched all 3 seasons on dvd back in April. Not sure how I’m going to watch season 4 yet. I’m thinking about just Tivo-ing the entire season and watching it all at once. Dvds have spoiled me.
What’s your favorite tv show that you’re watching right now?
I only seem to watch tv shows when they find their way on dvd and onto my netflix queue. At the moment, I’m watching The Tudors (So don’t spoil what happens to Anne Boleyn and Henry please!!)
The AV Club reviews the third episode of The Simpsons:
When I was growing up, I thought of The Simpsons as brilliantly written but poorly animated. My frame of reference for great animation was the elegant, painterly beauty of Disney and the spastic, anarchic madness of early Looney Tunes and Merry Melodies. By those prohibitively high standards, the animation on The Simpsons came across as crude and artless.
I have since learned the errors of my ways. I now think The Simpsons is a brilliantly animated show but the animation in the first season sometimes feels like a hastily assembled rough draft. The character movement is sometimes clunky and limited in a Hanna-Barbera fashion and the backgrounds tend to be static. The Simpsons reflected the house style of Klasky-Csupo, an animation house that prized ugly over pretty and freakish over normal. In their earliest incarnation, the Simpsons represented a mutated take on the nuclear in the most literal sense: with their mustard yellow skin and bizarrely shaped heads, they bore only a vague resemblance to actual human beings.
(via deep inside the bean soaked bowels of Metafilter)