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Simpsons - No "E"'s
On the episode of the Simpsons where Homer becomes a food critic for the local newspaper. For his first review he uses a typewriter with no working "E"'s. This is proved when the newspaper producer reads it. Yet, at the very bottom he is able to write "Screw Flanders" twice. How is this done?
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A brain and know the alphabet
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Dollors on 11-28-2000
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Comments:
Rockin' Rudy writes:
He probably wrote, "Scru Flandurs".
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Joe Fife writes:
Yeah, but he also wrote thE food was....
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Christine writes:
Ummm "Scrw Flandrs"? The editor could've guessed.
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EskimoBob writes:
These are separate jokes. The Simpsons is often just a mix of jokes that don't always makes sense. A perfect example is when Homer says one episode "cartoons don't have to make sense" and then another Homer walks past.
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tom7373 writes:
Maybe Homer wrote in the "e"'s with a pen?
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Bob writes:
I agree with tom that he used a pen. Or he could have spelled it "Skroo Flandurs"
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Fashguy writes:
He wrote the paper on lisa's computer.
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Caz writes:
its a new episode, all new episodes are sh*te because they do stuff like this, and the most annoying thing about it is the fact that its so blatant, the Simpsons are more like a soap opera now than just an animated sitcom
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jderk writes:
It's just the nature of the show. If anyone needs any other slip up explained to them, feel free to e-mail me. I can explain them ALL!
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Sam writes:
Well done i noticed that to! you think it would be obvious to Matt Groening though???
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pokedave2001 writes:
you wouldn't know but on cc, it's screw.
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