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(Metro)   There's a new Simpsons theory going around that Ralph is really Eddie's son and not Chief Wiggum. That's some fine work, Lou   (metro.co.uk) divider line
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2021-01-18 8:07:52 AM  
You switched the names of the kid and the potential dad? That's some fine headline work, subby.
 
2021-01-18 9:18:58 AM  
Is this new? I swear I've heard it before, and not in recent years.
 
2021-01-18 10:57:20 AM  
I'm sure that in the very early days of the Simpsons, scrambling to get a short done for Tracey's show, they were all thinking deep thoughts about the extended backstories of their characters.
 
2021-01-18 11:59:45 AM  

swahnhennessy: Is this new? I swear I've heard it before, and not in recent years.


Came here for this, leaving happily. It's not like there are years-old pics circulating on the Internet showcasing their hair & feature similarities...
 
2021-01-18 1:04:36 PM  
I think his dad is Coach Steve from Big Mouth.
 
2021-01-18 1:51:16 PM  
Ralph is really Eddie's son and not Chief Wiggum

Well, Ralph certainly isn't chief WIggum, so that's right.

Possessive case-How does it work?
 
2021-01-18 4:33:10 PM  

lonomoholo: Ralph is really Eddie's son and not Chief Wiggum

Well, Ralph certainly isn't chief WIggum, so that's right.

Possessive case-How does it work?


"My preciousssssss...."
 
2021-01-18 5:10:02 PM  

FormlessOne: swahnhennessy: Is this new? I swear I've heard it before, and not in recent years.

Came here for this, leaving happily. It's not like there are years-old pics circulating on the Internet showcasing their hair & feature similarities...



The plotz thickens:


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2021-01-18 5:25:28 PM  

lonomoholo: Ralph is really Eddie's son and not Chief Wiggum

Well, Ralph certainly isn't chief WIggum, so that's right.

Possessive case-How does it work?


Some mighty fine grammar work there, 'Lo.
 
2021-01-18 7:41:43 PM  
this is from like 3 years ago
 
2021-01-18 8:07:16 PM  

edmo: I'm sure that in the very early days of the Simpsons, scrambling to get a short done for Tracey's show, they were all thinking deep thoughts about the extended backstories of their characters.


I mean, it's not like they've rewritten characters backstories in incredibly stupid ways.  Isn't that right Principle Skinner?
 
2021-01-18 8:16:31 PM  

Theeng: edmo: I'm sure that in the very early days of the Simpsons, scrambling to get a short done for Tracey's show, they were all thinking deep thoughts about the extended backstories of their characters.

I mean, it's not like they've rewritten characters backstories in incredibly stupid ways.  Isn't that right Principle Skinner?


Pricipal.
 
2021-01-18 9:34:24 PM  
Theeng:

We must not speak or Armond Tanzarian
 
2021-01-19 9:29:49 AM  
Eddie?

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//ok, yeah, I can see it
 
2021-01-19 9:47:30 AM  

Some Junkie Cosmonaut: Theeng: edmo: I'm sure that in the very early days of the Simpsons, scrambling to get a short done for Tracey's show, they were all thinking deep thoughts about the extended backstories of their characters.

I mean, it's not like they've rewritten characters backstories in incredibly stupid ways.  Isn't that right Principle Skinner?

Pricipal.


Principal
 
2021-01-19 11:08:00 AM  
Barney looks like an older version of Nelson
 
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