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    The Effects of The Simpsons Sitcom on Humanity The Simpsons sitcom has been the longest running leading animated series with over twenty-seven seasons in 2015 and counting. Not only does The Simpsons have just about fifteen million fans in America, but the sitcom is also viewed by nearly sixty million people across the globe. Yet, The Simpsons did not start out with popularity and acceptance. With the first airing of The Simpsons in 1989 by the FOX network, the show was immediately criticized…

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    Hello everyone, My name is Liliia Riabenko and I am really into American culture. Personally I am fond of American movies, serials and cartoons. Today I want to share my thoughts about the question of multiculturality and the American dream in American animated sitcom “The Cleveland Show”. Everybody who is familiar with the USA and American culture in general should know that many ethnic groups live within the country. The Cleveland show is a sitcom that depicts the life of African-American…

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    Homer's Argument Analysis

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    Homer as talking parrot and unintentional Descartes What we are seeing in the example of Homer is his ability to retain ideas about what a work of art is with an inability to discern the difference between the idea of the work of art and the failed DIY BBQ pit project. Essentially, instead of creating works of art after the BBQ pit incident, Homer parrots the idea of art by recreating similar conditions to that of the BBQ pit, which by association in homer’s mind is no longer a DIY project but…

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    Prom Persuasive Essay

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    Everybody in high school is obsessed with the idea of prom but its honestly not worth all of the hype. Prom is not only very expensive, its also way over rated, and a huge waste of time. All of the girls are always worried about who 's going to ask them to be their date. All the guys don’t really care for it but they do whatever they can to make the girls happy and keep them happy. The main issue for girls when it comes to prom is who is going to ask me, or what am I going to wear. They don 't…

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    structure, illustrates the mechanism that allowed of The Simpsons to become so popular. Campbell’s ‘Hero’s Journey’ shows how a character is able to transform throughout a story, journeying into the ‘abyss’ in order to change. This narrative structure appeals to so many as it is the vehicle in which everyone lives. Everyone journeys from the known (Home, Family etc) to the unknown (Work, Stress, Challenges) in order to grow as individuals. The Simpsons was able to follow this architype of story,…

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    To begin, McMahon argument that The Simpsons can “educate on what it teaches” (215) in this episode of The Simpsons “Lisa on Ice” occurs with stereotypes on the show. For, example when the school bullies asked Bart “Nice PJs, Simpson. Did your mommy buy 'em for ya?” (Scully, 1994) and Bart’s response was “Of course she did. Who else would have?” (Scully, 1994) This conforms to the stereotype that mothers do most of the shopping in the house. That consist of buying clothes, food etc. According…

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    Mr Burns In The Simpsons

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    This episode is definitely the most favorite episode from The Simpsons that I’ve watched since it tackled a character that I absolutely fascinated about, Mr. Burns. At the beginning of the episode, we saw Mr. Burns’ character a lot as he were dreaming about his past where he left his life of poverty (and his beloved bear, BoBo) to go off and live the life of a luxury with a heartless millionaire. The first scene of him agrees to leave his own family without any hesitation and choose to live with…

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    Have you ever watched the cartoons Doc McStuffins and Paw Patrol? Doc McStuffins and Paw Patrol are two recent cartoon shows. They both were published around the same time. Girls mostly watch Doc McStuffins because lots of them want to become doctor or nurse one day. Boys watch Paw Patrol because many of them probably want to become a firefighter or a police someday. Doc McStuffins and Ryder have many things in common. They are both great helpers and they both have animals in their cartoon show.…

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    the Spanish Cloister.” The dramatic monologue features a speaker who has a deep hate for one of his brothers. The conflict with the monk and Brother Lawrence is correlated to modern day culture and TV shows such as the Fairly Odd Parents and The Simpsons. Robert Browning’s “Soliloquy of the Spanish Cloister” is a dramatic monologue about an unnamed monk who is expressing hatred and envy towards Brother Lawrence, who…

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    Television In The 1950s

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    “sitcom” world. The Simpsons use pop culture in almost all of their episodes. For example, in “Lisa vs. Malibu Stacey”, the episode begins with the family at the grand opening of The Center for Geriatric Medicine and a very old Ben Matlock is there to be apart of the festivities. This is an example of pop culture because Ben Matlock was a character on the TV shows Matlock starring Andy Griffith. The TV show and character already existed outside of the realm of The Simpsons “universe”.…

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