RIP SAM SIMONCo-creator of the SimpsonsMore Like This
"Dad, you killed zombie Flanders!"
"He was a zombie?"
That was Sam Simon, everyone.
The Mafia watches Shrek is love, Shrek is lifeIt was movie night at Fat Tony's compound and the Springfield mafia was deciding what to watch until Frankie picked out a certain movie that would not sit very well.More Like This
"Frankie picked out a movie for movie night it's one of the Shrek movies," said Legs.
"Even though it's a fucking kids movie, it has Eddie Murphy," said Fat Tony.
"Ah, what the hell let's watch it since I've watched it with Michael several times along with every other Disney and Dreamworks movie."
Later that night the mobsters were getting ready to watch the movie but little did they know that this was a prank by Frankie. This was his way of revenge after they had beat him up.
"Boss, what are we watching tonight?" Asked Louie.
"Since Frankie was too lazy to find adult movies for us to watch tonight we decided to watch a classic from a famous kids franchiese."
"Give us the name of the movie!"
"Shrek, to be exact we're watching Shrek is love, Shrek is life," said Fat Tony.
"WHOA, boss that isn't a real movie it's a trap!" Ex
Tied up at the officeMore Like This
It was Tuesday. Tuesday was a lot of things in the lair of B. For Donna it was, well mostly another day at the office. An office where she also just happened to live.
For Donna Muffletine, secretary extraordinaire. What was more important then the fact it was Tuesday was which date and what time, exactly, you were talking about. Punctuality, neatness and facts were her bread and butter. Traits certainly appreciated by Tarja, the resident grouch. Or, perhaps not so much the grouch as the anchor that kept a boat full of crazies from shooting off into space. It really depended on how you looked at it.
To Donna a Tuesday was a list of appointments, schedules and phone call. Or rather e-mails, as Donna tended to have a habit of wearing ball gags during work hours, making actual conversations a series of mumbles and the other party looking confused. Coupled with the eerie feeling that whatever Donna just said, was probably right.
Then there where Meetings. Sometimes a meeting was simpl