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    think of the legends in this category you need look no further than Matt Groening’s classic The Simpsons, or the more recent twist Family Guy created by Seth Macfarlane. The Simpsons and Family Guy are American comical cartoons that share many similarities and differences. Although the two shows portray a dysfunctional American family and have a similar way of delivering humor, they both contrast in their targeted audience and characters. The first and most noticeable resemblance is that The Simpsons and Family Guy’s humor can…

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    Family Guy and The Simpsons are two American classics. The Simpsons first debuted in 1989, and Family Guy aired its first episode a decade later in 1999. Designed for audiences fourteen years old and older, both television series contain some forms of strong language, sexual content, and dialogue that would not be suitable for younger children. Both television series impacted the realm of comedy in a positive way by producing spin-offs of the original shows in years to come. Many people enjoy…

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    chosen for this essay is “The Simpsons”. This cartoon has become a household name and a cultural phenomenon across the world. It is the longest running series in American history and has been so popular because the writers have blended together different forms of wit and humour to appeal to all types of people of all ages. The satirical humour and political neutrality makes the text so relatable…

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    American families so eagerly enjoyed together. Picture this, a father and mother lovingly sitting next to each other while their rambunctious children lay sprawled out in front of a boxed television set with unquenched enthusiasm. This is the image of a traditional, nuclear family—the epicenter of American values and way of life according to the mainstream media of the time. Likewise, it is also the trope of any situational comedy show. However, this charmingly picturesque image of idealistic…

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    reason to dislike it. An example of this phenomenon is the monk’s anger and envy towards Brother Lawrence in Robert Browning’s “Soliloquy of 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…

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    The Simpsons is one of the longest running and most popular television (T.V.) shows in the history of television. As a result, the show has had a lasting affect on American culture reaching down to even some of the words we use today. These influences are a direct result of the show’s many characters relatability and the way in which they are presented. It’s place in popular culture, an icon of American life, make it a standpoint for the way in which Americans live. No doubt its use of satire to…

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    Manitoba. He writes in his essay, The Simpsons, Hyper-Irony, and the Meaning of Life, about how all comedy has a similar pattern of quotationalism and hyper-irony. He does this to inform the reader of the rise of pop-culture parodies, and how this has affected comedy in history. In Matheson’s essay, he argues that hyper-irony undercuts the moral agenda throughout the plot and the development of the characters. He does this by using examples from The Simpsons, writing in an explanatory tone, and…

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    10. Paranoia Agent (2004) Satoshi Kon was so content with his cooperation with Madhouse that immediately after the end of producing Tokyo Godfathers, he proposed to shoot a TV anime series. The script would be based upon a few of his concepts, which he had not used before, as much as upon newspapers' headlines, particularly their crime and social ones. The leadership of the company accepted, thus initiating the creation of the 13 episodes of Paranoia Agent. A series of attacks occur in Tokyo,…

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    In 2009, a show that would change the teenage tv show genre aired its pilot. Glee the first of its genre and the first of many other shows to come. Teenagers in the twenty-first century took a huge liking to shows that were either dramatic or comedic. Musical movies were making a boom in Hollywood. With this in mind, Ryan Murphy created a teenage musical dramedy (drama, comedy) that succeeded more than what colleagues had expected of the show. Glee took these three genres and combined them,…

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    his cultural clothing which is frowned upon by the students of Justin’s high school. Alongside this, their first meeting is met with shock as they do not wish to house a student from Pakistan. The reason is then discovered minutes into the first episode where the Principal reveals that no other family wished to take Raja in once finding out he was Pakistani. Of course, years prior to this occurred the attacks on the World Trade Centre leaving a feeling of uneasiness amongst Americans.…

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