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Simpsons Pulp Fiction


#1

Does this really exist? Or is it just some fan made shit? I found a couple of pictures like this:



And I have a little piece of audio, goes like this:

‘You know I went to the McDonald’s in Shelbyville on friday night’

‘A Mc What?’

‘A McDonald’s restaurant, I never heard of it either, but they have over 2000 locations in this state alone, you know what the funniest things are? The little differences.’

‘Example’

‘Well in McDonald’s you can buy a Krusty Burger with cheese, right? But they don’t call it a Krusty Burger with cheese’

‘Get out! Well what do they call it?’

'A Quarterpounder with cheese.'

A Quarterpounder with cheese? Well I can picture the cheese, but eh’



Someone know this?


#2

Yeah I’ve seen that episode, it’s pretty good theres even a scene where Herman (Is that his name?) says ‘looks like the spiders caught himself a couple of flies’ when the two people come into his shop fighting. I actually seen the episode before i watched PF though and then when i watched PF i kinda knew that the Simpsons had spoofed it.


#3

I love that Simpsons episode.



As soon as I saw Pulp Fiction, I had recognized that The Simpsons spoofed it.


#4

I NEED to see that episode!


#5

Hahaha yeah, then Milhouse knocks Herman out with the mace.



“oh oh oh dad can we have this one?”



“oh, sorry mister”


#6

[quote]Hahaha yeah, then Milhouse knocks Herman out with the mace.



“oh oh oh dad can we have this one?”



“oh, sorry mister”[/quote]


that's tight!

#7

simpsons is ok and is highly overrated. either that or i havent seen any great episodes. but yeah anyway i wish the whole episode was pulp fictionized


#8

[quote]simpsons is ok and is highly overrated. either that or i havent seen any great episodes. but yeah anyway i wish the whole episode was pulp fictionized[/quote]


the simpsons are good if you don't watch them a lot.


700

#9

I thikn that the Simpsons started off strong, peaked in the middle seasons, and is now sagging.



I saw the PF episode when it first aired, but I haven’t seen it since.


#10

[quote]I thikn that the Simpsons started off strong, peaked in the middle seasons, and is now sagging.
[/quote]

^^^exactly my thoughts.


#11

I’ve heard of this episode there’s also( so I hear) one that spoofs on RD. Does anyone know where I can watch Gump Fiction over the internet? Or any QT spoofs for that manner.


#12

Does someone know how that episode is called?


#13

[quote]I’ve heard of this episode there’s also( so I hear) one that spoofs on RD. Does anyone know where I can watch Gump Fiction over the internet? Or any QT spoofs for that manner.[/quote]

Somewhere on this forum is a QT spoof board. Good stuff.


#14

[quote]simpsons is ok and is highly overrated.[/quote]

No. Shut up now.





The Marsellus/Butch/Maynard parody and the Jules/Vincent parody are both in the episode "22 Short Films About Springfield."



It’s one of the best. If you don’t think that is a great Simpsons episode, you suck.


#15

The episode is called “22 short stories about Springfield”. Nice episode


#16

There’s a whole load of pictures of the Simpsons spoofing Pulp Fiction over the net. Apparently they are real too, heres one.




#17

[quote]There’s a whole load of pictures of the Simpsons spoofing Pulp Fiction over the net. Apparently they are real too, heres one.



[/quote]



Hey, that's a cool picture.

#18

[quote]simpsons is ok and is highly overrated. either that or i havent seen any great episodes. but yeah anyway i wish the whole episode was pulp fictionized[/quote]

The best epidsode ever is where they come to England on holiday, they give us a right slagging off and the episode feautures Sir Ian Mckellen, JK Rowling and Tony Blair, So watch it now!


#19

that’s more than a little weird, at least the cast is…^^^


#20

[quote]


The best epidsode ever is where they come to England on holiday, they give us a right slagging off and the episode feautures Sir Ian Mckellen, JK Rowling and Tony Blair, So watch it now!
[/quote]
Or ‘Trash Of The Titans’ with U2.