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Has anyone also seen that simpsons episode with Homer and Marge at the start watching a local orchestra performing the Star Wars Theme?...Homer says "tut tut....could they not have come in any later with that bassoon?....John Williams must be turning in his grave"... :mrgreen: LOL. I had'nt seen that before until yesterday.

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LOL, I had almost forgotten about that. I haven't seen that episode in ages.

MoffJake - who is glad Simpsons will be starting it's 14th Season soon. :mrgreen:

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Yes, hehe, Homer must be an idiot servont to hear that, music genius.

And, I remember another episode where Williams was playing piano at this bar or something flashy location, and Homer throw has drinks at Williams yelling you suck.

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Really? How funny! I guess Matt Groening is a Williams fan, huh?

They should have Williams do a guest-spot on there. Maybe even write a new theme. Although I still like Danny-boy's.

Dan - wondering what the score to Pete 'n' Tillie sounds like

:music: "Transformed" from Bicentennial Man (Horner)

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Yeah, and in one of the episodes (can't remember which), the ending titles are a homage to those of JFK.

It actually says so in the first CD "Songs in the Key of Springfield": Simpsons End Credits (JFK Homage).

I think it was "Who Killed Mr. Burns?" Or did they use that Tito Puente song?

ROSS - who wants to be logged in now

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I also remember them using a version of the Imperial March in an establashing overhead shot of Mr. Burns's office. The scene then continues with the following dialogue:

Burns: I don't know what's happening. It seems our profits have dropped 37%.

Smithers: I'm afraid we have a bad image, Sir. Market research shows people see you as something of an ogre.

Burns: I ought to club them and eat their bones!

He then decides to call Steven Spielberg to make a bio-pic for him, but as he's unavailable, Burns'll have to settle with his Mexican counterpart, Señor Spielbergo. Really funny stuff.

http://www.snpp.com/episodes/2F31.html

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Oops forgot to log in.

That's the first time I've ever done that. :)

How dare you show yourself here, buddy.  

Stefancos- who thinks that's just plain rude!

Ehehehe! :biglaugh:

Justin - :lookaround:

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Really? Now, that I didn't know.

Hector - who really didn't know that.

Hector - who has heard the opening from Raiders in "The Simpsons"

Hector - who only saw Johnny boy on "Family Guy"

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Dan - who didn't know any of this, but will probably not watch "The Simpson's" anyways.

Dan2 - hungry

:) "One Kiss" from Pay It Forward (T. Newman)

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