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'family Guy,' 'simpsons' Crossover And Death - Cnn.com

The characters from Instead of dropping the mic and resting on its collective laurels, they kicked off season 26 with a staggering, Don Hertzfeldt directed intro sequence and then went on to prove that, in a world where shows can flame out after just a few episodes, "The Simpsons," which premiered in 1989 still has plenty of jokes left kim kardashian photoshoot in their comedic arsenal. @donhertzfeldt 's Simpsons opening segment should come with a concussion warning. Watch it at least 4 times, medicate, then twice more @Kza WarOnPrivacy (@WarOnPrivacy) September 29, 2014 Back to Krusty -- the title of this episode is, after http://parkerznwa.wikispaces.com all, "Clown In The Dumps." Krusty takes umbrage after the insult humor in his "Comedy Cable Channel" Roast, featuring Jeff Ross and Sarah Silverman, cuts a little too close to the bone. Dispirited, our clown protagonist throws in the towel, apologizes to the comedic troupe in his trousers and abruptly retires. Krusty, nee Herschel Shmoikel Pinchas Yerucham Krustofsky, does some soul searching and decides to seek solace at Temple Beth Springfield where his father presides as rabbi. However, before Krusty can get the fatherly advice he needs -- Rabbi K kicks the bucket. With his attempt to reconcile with his perpetually disapproving father foiled in the here and now, Krusty has a near death experience (Krusty, much like Homer Simpson, has a history of cardiac events). This affords him and the audience a visit to "Jewish Heaven" ("where even Portnoy has no complaints"). His Father tells him to go back and help people.
Source: http://www.cnn.com/2014/09/29/showbiz/tv/family-guy-simpsons-cross-over-death/index.html

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