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Which Simpsons episode will be #400?

by Bob Sassone, posted Jan 23rd 2007 1:33PM

The SimpsonsAs Joel told you earlier, The Simpsons reaches 400 episodes this May. But who should be in the 400th ep, Keifer Sutherland or The FCC?

There are two episodes in the running: one is a spoof of 24 that will feature the voice of Sutherland, and the other will be a satire about the FCC (Kent Brockman gets in trouble for saying something on television). I vote for the FCC ep. A good satire of that organization would be a nice way to celebrate the milestone. Hopefully, like recent episodes of Studio 60, the episode gets in some really good jabs at the FCC.

Other Simpsons news: guest voices for the rest of this season will include Stephen Colbert, Andy Dick, Meg Ryan, and Natalie Portman. The big screen movie opens on July 27 and will be rated PG-13.

So what episode would you vote for? It doesn't say that this episode is the season-ender, even though it's in May. Maybe they can run the FCC ep as the 400th and the 24 episode as the season-ender, maybe have a nuclear bomb go off in Springfield and leave a cliffhanger for next season.

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I think it would be funny if the 400th episode is the joke of 24 and that at the very end the Futurama people are sitting around watching the episode gonig "I can't believe this should have been on the air over 1,000 years".

January 23 2007 at 3:09 PM Report abuse rate up rate down Reply
Akbar Fazil

Satire about the FCC? And again another Simpsons/Family Guy same plot.

January 23 2007 at 2:48 PM Report abuse rate up rate down Reply

I think the 400th episode should be a Futurama episode. That'll show em.

January 23 2007 at 2:40 PM Report abuse rate up rate down Reply

hopefully it does not do anything related to Studio 60. The 2006-7 season for the Simpsons has enough troubles without being influenced by the most-hyped, least-rewarding show of the season.

January 23 2007 at 2:19 PM Report abuse rate up rate down Reply

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