Slate’s The Daily Show With Trevor Noah, the show’s most-watched program of the year, has a lot of good stuff on the air.
The show’s host, Jimmy Fallon, will host The Daily Bunch of March Madness on March 5, and this week’s episode of The Daily Roundup is no exception.
But the episode that comes closest to being The Daily Simpsons with the biggest crossover to date is the one about the Simpsons on The Simpsons on March 8, 2017.
If you’re a longtime Simpsons fan, this is your episode.
And if you’re not a Simpsons fan—or are, but just haven’t seen it yet—then this is what it looks like: The Simpsons episode that is, The Simpsons On March 8.
(ABC via The Simpsons/YouTube) Here’s what you need to know: What’s this about?
“The Simpsons” is the longest-running television show in the history of American pop culture.
The original show premiered in 1968, and the franchise has gone on to host over 150 episodes.
This is the show that started it all, as well as the one that continues to reign supreme in the animated entertainment world.
The Simpsons are the Simpsons family.
It’s not that they’re the smartest family on the block, but they’re definitely the most loyal and, frankly, the funniest.
That’s just a fact.
In 2017, The Daily Rundown, a series that focuses on the news, culture, and pop culture of our time, named The Simpsons the most popular television show of the decade.
Here’s why: Every year, the Simpsons gets a new host.
The DailyRundown team, along with The Simpsons fans across the globe, have long had a love/hate relationship with The DailyShow, with whom they’ve never had much fun.
The two were so close to each other they once had to write an episode about their relationship.
(The Simpsons: Tapped Out was released in January of 2017.)
But the relationship became more and more fraught over time.
As The Simpsons became more successful and popular, the Daily Show began to become the show they wanted to work for, and they both wanted to be the best.
They became more than just friends; they became best friends.
(Which is not to say that The Simpsons and Daily Show never had the occasional snub.)
The relationship eventually became so close that the writers of The Simpsons went to The Dailyshow with a plan: If they were to write a story about a Simpsons character from a different show that didn’t feature The Simpsons, they would have a chance to write about it, too.
It was a pretty crazy idea, to say the least.
In 2016, The Newsroom and The Simpsons hit the airwaves, and that relationship between the two shows was the most-shared on The Daily Brief.
When The Simpsons hosted the season finale of The Newsrooms, the network decided to bring back The Simpsons host, Trevor Noah.
Noah would go on to be a successful writer and a star on The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon.
Here are some of the highlights from The Simpsons’ The DailyBunch: A week before its finale, The Homer Who Got Away with Murder airs on April 15.
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