James and Nick go through The Simpsons each week, episode by episode, and ask the big questions. Is Dr Colossus pulling the strings behind the scenes? What happened to Homer's friend Norman from the pilot? Was accepting The Simpsons as our de facto religion a good idea? How many tangents about The Jetsons can we fit into an episode? Does the show hold up to intense scrutiny? Pods in the Key of Springfield is a weekly podcast from two guys whose lives have been improved, ruined, and then improved again by The Simpsons. It's a podcast about what the world looks like when your outlook on life has been indelibly impacted by TV's longest serving cartoon family.
67: Lisa on Ice
There's a bit of a tedious bit in this episode where Nick and I slip away from the mic and have a conversation in the kitchen, and although I cut it down a lot I decided to leave over half of it in. Was that a good idea? I don't know. In this episode of our podcast we talk about the popular animated sitcom The Simpsons, and, more specifically, that one episode where Lisa plays ice hockey. It's good! You should listen to it.email: email@example.comTwitter: @KeySpringfieldFacebook: Just, like, search for us. We'd love a like!
66. Bart's Girlfriend
Hello! We recorded this episode back in August 2019, and now you have it! We talk about The Simpsons, Twister, Gary Larson's The Far Side, and all sorts of other things. Listen to this in your home or on a quiet walk around the block! Practice social distancing and stay safe! Twitter: @KeySpringfieldFacebook: Just, like, search for the name of this podcast email: firstname.lastname@example.org
65: Treehouse of Horror V
Honestly, I barely remember recording this one and one of the conversations we have is very weird to me now. Anyway, this week we talk The Shining, time travel, and eating kids. Enjoy!email: email@example.com
Eat My Shorts 14: James & Nick Drink Something Stupid
This one actually has something to do with The Simpsons, I promise.TwitterFacebookemail: firstname.lastname@example.org
64: Sideshow Bob Roberts
This week, we discuss that one episode of The Simpsons where a pathetic former television star (and criminal) with wild hair rises to power in the Republican party, eventually claiming far more power than you'd think a man like that would be capable of wielding after rigging the results, only to eventually be undone by his own childish anger. It made us sad.Also if you make 'PRBLMTC' a real thing please credit us and give us some money or we'll sue.TwitterFacebookemail: email@example.com
63: Itchy & Scratchy Land
Hello! Our Itchy & Scratchy Land episode, open for business! Who are you to resist it, huh? This week, we dive into what turns out to be an extraordinarily good episode of The Simpsons, even by golden period standards. We talk about the emergence of new character Shark Boy, our weird childhood misinterpretations of this episode, and whether or not Nick having not seen Star Wars counts as a personality trait or not. Enjoy!TwitterFacebookemail: firstname.lastname@example.org