Round Springfield is a Simpsons-adjacent podcast hosted by Allie Goertz and Julia Prescott where they interview writers, directors, showrunners, and voice-actors from the Simpsons-verse on their various paths to Springfield, failed pilots, other projects, and beyond. In this 20-episode limited series, you'll hear David X. Cohen talk Futurama, Josh Weinstein talk Mission Hill, and Yeardley Smith dig deep into her diverse path of becoming Lisa Simpson.
Round Springfield Update
There's only five more episodes left in our limited series Round Springfield! We're so excited to share some of the folks we have lined up in the near future -- but we're taking a bit of a step back from our regular schedule to secure and record with those heavy-hitters to bring you a star-studded final five episodes. We can't wait for you to check out what we have in store.
An absolute legend – the great Donick Cary joins us on the latest episode. He's written some truly classic Simpsons episodes: "In Marge We Trust," "The Last Temptation of Krust," "Treehouse of Horror IX & X," "Thirty Minutes over Tokyo," and more! He throws it back to working at Late Night with David Letterman – and running around a bear suit in New York with Letterman feeding him tasks through an earpiece. We also chat about his Netflix film "Have a Good Trip." Plus, the story and inspiring hard work behind his charity organization Musack.
Treehouse of Horror XXXI
The podcast table's are turned as Allie's joined by friend of the show Jordan Morris ("Jordan, Jesse, GO!", "Bubble") to interview Julia about penning the latest "Treehouse of Horror" on The Simpsons. Together, they talk favorite moments, the thrill of killing Gil and all the extra stuff that didn't make it to air. Keep the Halloween holiday spirit going because time is a flat circle when you're in quar, baby!
Round Springfield-verse Update!
There's only seven episodes left in this limited series! Allie and Julia share an update on the podcast – we'll be taking a short break as we secure more Simpsons folks. Stick around, Allie and Julia also catch up on what we've been up to in their quar corner. They've got movie and reality tv recommendations. Plus, hot tips on how to make your own peanut butter and mustard.
Dana Gould! Dana Gould! Dana Gould! Long time stand up comedian, and a prolific television writer joins us for a trip down memory lane. Dana served as co-executive producer for The Simpsons from 2002 to 2008, with an astonishing 145 episode credits according to IMDB –meaning Dana Gould has helped produce nearly 1/5 of the entire Simpsons catalog! He shares some wisdom he's learned along the way during his time in showbiz. Plus, we ask him about one of his most beloved voice acting gigs – a little character named Gex.
Simpsons' consulting producer Christine Nangle joins us on the latest episode! Before The Simpsons Christine was a writer for Inside Amy Schumer, Saturday Night Live, Kroll Show, and The President Show – we get into all of it! Plus, we dig into her time studying improv and how it helped her find herself in the world of comedy. She'll also reflect on her childhood and why it took her so long to try to give comedy a try. We get deep everyone … like therapy session DEEP with this one.
my spirit is embiggened
Being a lifelong Simpsons fan who doesn't have a lot of actual people to talk Simpsons with, I can't believe it took me so long to search for a dedicated podcast to reminisce with. I listened to a few episodes of a bunch of Simpsons pods out there and this one is undoubtedly my favourite because they are the type of fan that I am: devoted to the early stuff, not too into the minutiae of it all, no holier-than-thou attitude towards other fan; just a love for the show. You also learn a lot through the writers and other awesome guests they get.
im not smart enough to make a funny joke here
Obsessed with this podcast, ever since they joined Max Fun I've been listening to them every single day! Allie and Julia are great hosts <3
Nine thumbs up
This podcast is a rave