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Monday, March 16, 2009

Irish Simpsons

Bart Simpson will have to swap his trademark catchphrase 'Ay Caramba!' for 'Begosh and Begorrah' tomorrow when the Simpsons officially touch down here for the first ever episode based in Ireland.

The episode entitled In the Name of the Grandfather will see Homer and Grampa travel to Dublin, the Giant's Causeway, Blarney Castle and the Guinness Brewery; encountering special guest stars such as Kenneth Branagh, Colm Meaney, and Once Oscar winners Glen Hansard and Marketa Irglova.

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I saw the episode in the Lighthouse Cinema this morning (attended by Nancy Cartwright, Al Jean and James L Brooks) and it's a cracker (craic-er?). Look out for the Yup-rechauns!

1 comment:

Anonymous said...

Raed your piece in today's (16th March) Indo. The scene where the chipper is blown up was shown on TV numerous times, Sky cut it out, even Channel 4 showed it, and also the scene with Homer in the barrel drunk calling himself the prime minister of Ireland has been show many, many times. Are you sure you've seen the show???