Tuesday, May 17, 2011

I can relate to this

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Everyone knows each episode of "The Simpsons" takes like five and a half years to make, but luckily for last week's guest-star (and "Bob's Burgers" voice) Kristen Schaal, the show's classic chalkboard gags, which change in the show's opening credits from week to week, can be turned around quickly.

After last week's show credited her as "Kristen Schall," (a fact the comedian and actress mentioned forgivingly on her Twitter only after fans pointed it out ad infinitum), the show corrected the mistake in a most dramatic fashion, above left. Last night Schaal took to Twitter again to express gratitude for the gesture: "Wow! Simpsons, thank you for the chalkboard correction. I can't stop smiling. No one's ever been that nice." Classy, "Simpsons"!


Steve said...

You know I have only watched this show 3 times... at least not much.

I am trying to think of some significance of that, and don't really see any.

Still a way we all are different, and we all are interested in different things.

Maybe that means something??

Who knows.

Have a good night. :)

Angela and David said...

Love the Simpsons! And I love your dress below!

Unknown said...

Lol... I imagine between your first and last name, you seldom get your name spelled right!

BriGaal said...

So true, Meghan! Spelled or said right, it's usually 'Brianna Gal' or 'Brian Gal'