History Trivia / TheCritic

26th Oct '17 7:41:19 AM Sapphirea2
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** Besides the fact that the Twin Towers are in the intro sequence, some of the (then) fake movies reviewed actually got made later ("Jurassic Park 2"). And ''Theatre/{{Cats}}'' has been closed since 2000.

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** Besides the fact that the Twin Towers are in the intro sequence, some of the (then) fake movies reviewed actually got made later ("Jurassic Park 2"). And the original Broadway production of ''Theatre/{{Cats}}'' has been closed since in 2000.



** Yes, there was a time when the worst joke that could be made about UsefulNotes/BillClinton was that he supposedly ate a lot (see also the "War Lords!" sketch on ''Series/SaturdayNightLive''). Seems quaint, given the Monica Lewinsky scandal a few years later. Now, whenever a joke is made about Clinton, it's not about food, but sex.
*** The Lewinsky scandal ''was'' referenced. ("Fat Lecherous Hillbilly Wins")

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** Yes, there was a time when the worst joke that could be most common jokes made about UsefulNotes/BillClinton was that he were about him supposedly ate eating a lot (see also the "War Lords!" Clinton-at-[=McDonald's=] sketch on ''Series/SaturdayNightLive''). Seems quaint, given ''Series/SaturdayNightLive'') rather than his promiscuity, save for the "Fat Lecherous Hillbilly Wins" sub-headline in "Sherman of Arabia". Ever since the Monica Lewinsky scandal that unfolded a few years later. Now, after this show's television run ended, whenever a joke is made about Clinton, Clinton it's not about food, but sex.
*** The Lewinsky scandal ''was'' referenced. ("Fat Lecherous Hillbilly Wins")
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26th Oct '17 7:34:47 AM Sapphirea2
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** Cyrus (Alice's cheating husband who left her after he cut an album that blatantly revealed that he was unfaithful to her) was going to make a second appearance if the series continued.

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** Cyrus (Alice's Cyrus, Alice's cheating husband who left her after he cut an album that blatantly revealed that he was unfaithful to her) her, was going to make a second appearance if the series continued.



** About nine scripts were written for a possible Season 3. One story idea was a parody of ''Film/SingleWhiteFemale'', with Jay meeting his biggest fan, who promptly models himself more and more on him. The fan would've been voiced by MauriceLaMarche, who would increasingly impersonate Lovitz as the episode went on.

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** About nine scripts were written for a possible Season 3. One 3; one story idea was a parody of ''Film/SingleWhiteFemale'', ''Film/SingleWhiteFemale'' with Jay meeting his biggest fan, who promptly models himself more and more on him. The fan would've been voiced by MauriceLaMarche, who would increasingly impersonate Lovitz as the episode went on.
15th Jul '17 9:32:15 PM AnotherGuy
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*** The Lewinsky scandal ''was'' referenced. ("Fat Lecherous Hillbilly Wins")
15th Jul '17 9:27:47 PM AnotherGuy
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-->'''Al Jean:''' Lucie Salhany, who was the president of Fox, left the position before the show came on and the new person [John Matoian] didn’t like the show. I was very aggravated because it placed us with two things, one was a show called House of Buggin’ and one was a show called Too Something, and I liked the performers a lot on those shows, but they weren’t doing nearly as well in the ratings and we knew it and yet we couldn’t get picked up.

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-->'''Al --->'''Al Jean:''' Lucie Salhany, who was the president of Fox, left the position before the show came on and the new person [John Matoian] didn’t like the show. I was very aggravated because it placed us with two things, one was a show called House of Buggin’ and one was a show called Too Something, and I liked the performers a lot on those shows, but they weren’t doing nearly as well in the ratings and we knew it and yet we couldn’t get picked up.
15th Jul '17 9:27:38 PM AnotherGuy
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-->'''Al Jean:''' Lucie Salhany, who was the president of Fox, left the position before the show came on and the new person [John Matoian] didn’t like the show. I was very aggravated because it placed us with two things, one was a show called House of Buggin’ and one was a show called Too Something, and I liked the performers a lot on those shows, but they weren’t doing nearly as well in the ratings and we knew it and yet we couldn’t get picked up.
23rd Jun '17 4:54:11 PM Qicetrini
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** Due to it being out of license, however, the entire series can be easily found on Youtube.

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** Due to it being out of license, however, the entire series can be easily found on Youtube.Website/YouTube.
23rd Jun '17 4:52:02 PM Qicetrini
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** Due to it being out of liscence, however, the entire series can be easily found on Youtube.

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** Due to it being out of liscence, license, however, the entire series can be easily found on Youtube.
23rd Jun '17 4:47:13 PM Qicetrini
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* DawsonCasting:
** Creator/ChristineCavanaugh as Marty.
** Creator/NancyCartwright as Margo.
** Russi Taylor as Penny.
7th Jun '17 7:57:28 AM CosmicFerret
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--> '''Marty:''' Look! It's ''Yesterday Night Live'' alumnus Jon Lovitz! \\

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--> '''Marty:''' Look! It's ''Yesterday Night Live'' alumnus Jon Lovitz! Creator/JonLovitz! \\
28th Feb '17 7:28:09 AM IvanovTroping97
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* CrossDressingVoices: Creator/ChristineCavanaugh (Chuckie Finster from ''WesternAnimation/{{Rugrats}}'' and Dexter from ''WesternAnimation/Dexters Laboratory'', among other roles) voiced Marty.

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* CrossDressingVoices: Creator/ChristineCavanaugh (Chuckie Finster from ''WesternAnimation/{{Rugrats}}'' and Dexter from ''WesternAnimation/Dexters Laboratory'', ''WesternAnimation/DextersLaboratory'', among other roles) voiced Marty.
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