As he does so, the uranium rod bounces into the air and falls down the back of his radiation suit. Since season 3, the show has used an arrangement of the opening theme by Alf Clausen, which is less staccato and more polished compared to other versions. [13][14] Another such chalkboard line gave the creators stance on the threats made towards another popular animated sitcom, South Park, by the group Revolution Muslim, following the controversies with the episodes 200 and 201 and the depictions of Muslim prophet Mohammed (South Park- We'd stand beside you if we weren't so scared). [48] Jeremy Dower, an Australian musician, created a chiptune version of the main theme song, which was used in this version. [23] Al Jean commented in a press statement that he was "just amazed there are people who want to be known for looking like the Simpsons."[24]. Marge frantically looks around for Maggie as the bag is dropped into her shopping cart which startles her and makes her turn around, then breathes a sigh of relief when she pops up from the bag. In "'Tis the 30th Season" it is a spoof to Star Wars. Homer pulls into the driveway and parks, after which Bart bounces his skateboard off the car roof and follows Lisa toward the door. Homer Simpson This is Your Wife, Season 1, Episodes 2-13 (January 14-May 13, 1990), Seasons 2-19, Season 20 Episodes 1-9 (October 11, 1990-January 25, 2009), Season 20, Episodes 10-21, Seasons 21-Present (February 15, 2009-present), Christmas (Kill Gil, Volumes I & II and The Burns and the Bees). The cashier who scans Maggie accidentally is. Commenting on hiring Banksy to create the titles, Jean joked, "This is what you get when you outsource." He passes Sideshow Bob, who tries to kill Bart by swinging a machete, Helen Lovejoy, Apu and his eight children, Moe (at Moe's), Comic Book Guy, Disco Stu (who protests, sometimes audibly), a window of HD televisions showing Krusty, Eleanor Abernathy (a.k.a. The camera then weaves through several buildings and structures, featuring a "billboard gag" towards Springfield Elementary and zooms through the familiar window where Bart writes lines as punishment on the chalkboard. In the living room, the painting above the couch is a crooked sailboat pic (which has been seen within the show since Season 2), and, sometimes, the living room rug can be seen (which was sometimes used in the couch gag for some episodes, but is now frequently seen in the couch gag since the mid-Season 20-present intro was introduced). Maggie is scanned, and the price doubles from $243.26 to $486.52, before she is put in the shopping cart. Starting with this season, there were three versions of the opening: a full roughly 1 minute 15 second long version, a 45-second version and a 25-second version. The cashier's race has also been changed, from the original yellow representing Caucasians, to a darker color, possibly indicating an African-American. when the menu appears, but then "On the big screen" during the actual opening sequence.) The sequence begins with Bart writing lines on the chalkboard, writing "I will not wait 20 years to make another movie." The car, however, runs out of luck when it sinks into a lake, killing Maggie and Marge (the latter turning up as a floating body). The sequence of Bart writing the Chalkboard Gag is also redone. In the Season 1 Opening Sequence, "Welcome" is misspelled as “Welcom” on the Nuclear Plant Sign. Maggie and Marge are then seen driving a sleigh pulled by multiple Santa's Little Helpers, only to end up in a race with Waylon Smithers and Mr. Burns (pulled by the hounds), the Cat Lady (pulled by her cats), the Sea Captain (pulled by seals) and Krusty the Clown (pulled by Mr. Teenies), but continue normally after Mr. Burns' hounds chase the other sleighs. The TV set is in a different angle. Starting with "Judge Me Tender," Lisa occasionally plays different instruments, aside from the saxophone. On the big screen!" According to Jean, "The concept in my mind was, 'What if this graffiti artist came in and tagged our main titles?'" "Barting Over" and "Homer's Paternity Coot" used similarly edited versions of the full opening, cutting from Lisa's sax solo to Marge and Maggie in the car. Then the bus where Otto falls over. ", and the alternate take of the Season 2 scream). Crazy Cat Lady), the Rich Texan, who shoots his guns and once again, Clancy Wiggum who waves his nightstick. The crow caws as the camera goes through the "P", and it continues to swoop over Springfield where it goes by the Springfield Nuclear Power Plant and the Springfield Tire Yard. His right foot sticks off the board, as he grabs the lamp post to help him make the corner. The caution sign over Homer's head has two holes on the right side, both blank. (On the movie's DVD menu he says, "On the small screen!" The camera cuts to a slightly low shot of Lisa, wobbling back and forth on her bike while on her way home, with a large stack of books in her bike's basket and her saxophone case behind her. In a more subtle ode to Cincinnati, Selman said "WKRP in Cincinnati" was referenced twice in the episode, in the opening and closing credits. The intro sequence for the episode "My Fare Lady" was done in a pixel art style, created by Australian animators Paul Robertson and Ivan Dixon. The entire scene is running on the Simpsons' TV set. A large group of tired and sickly artists draw animation cels (even though we no longer use cels for today's animation) amongst piles of human bones and toxic waste, and a female artist hands a barefoot child employee an animation cel, which he washes in a vat of biohazardous fluid. The couch gag is frequently used to make the show longer or shorter, depending on the length of the episode itself. The camera zooms out of the room and pans towards the school's entrance, where Bart happily bursts out of the front doors on his skateboard, flies past the flag pole, dives back down, and skateboards past a big field with trees (which is obviously drawn very crudely, similar to the backgrounds of Season One episodes) while going farther away. Who: ... Joel decided there was only one solution: re-create the opening credits … The phrase he writes on the chalkboard changes from episode to episode. (2002). A portrait of George Washington hangs on the right side of the chalkboard, and a bookcase full of books sits behind him. He then grabs the portraits and then arranges them on the couch and mentions he has control of the remote now. During the rest of the show (until Season 20's "Lisa the Drama Queen"), starting with "Simpson and Delilah", everything remained the same and the colors are in their correct hues, except for the music and the colors in Bart's classroom. [25] Bart writes "I will not wait 20 years to make another movie" on the chalkboard and skateboards through Springfield, which is still recovering from the dome incident. On the big screen!!" The toys are then placed into a cart pulled by a panda which is driven by a man with a whip. He screams, and runs into the garage as her car pulls in behind him. Bart skateboards by and turns the corner with a muted whoosh. Sherri, Terri, and Martin are seen with pedicures on their toes singing on a bench and sing, "I'm talking pedicures on our toes-toes." Some scenes were replaced or modified: In Bart's chalkboard gag, the school is now orange with purple accents instead of lavender, the classroom is now green instead of lavender, there are desks, a wastebasket and a bookshelf in the background, and a photo of Homer and a clock are seen on walls. The walls are now dark-green, there is a clock showing 4:00 PM, and a wastebasket is seen near to Bart's right side. Inside the car, Maggie is shown steering the wheel. However, Al Jean disputed this, saying "[The animation department] didn't walk out. It has only been used sporadically since then. A variant of this is used in many FXX reruns of episodes starting with "Homer's Night Out" and "Krusty Gets Busted" with the episode's couch gag. The scene then cuts to Marge and Maggie checking out at a supermarket. The shot cuts through the counter in the letter "P" to an establishing shot of the town of Springfield. This message, which changes from episode to episode, has become known as t… For example, in the storyboards, the workers were wearing conical Asian hats, but these were removed. A very short version was used on syndicated airings and reruns of "Sideshow Bob Roberts", as well as the Complete Sixth Season DVD print of the episode. Then we see Jimbo Jones and Kearney Zzyzwicz saw off the head of the Jebediah Springfield statue in front of the town square (a reference to The Telltale Head, when Bart cut it off). 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Talks about his "Simpsons" Opening", "Simpsons Interview pt 2: Models and Abandoning Inbetweens", "Watch The Simpsons Get Ren And Stimpy-ized In Disturbing New Couch Gag", "Aye Carumba! It retained the Springfield swoop and Bart skating out of school, but cut from Lisa's sax solo to the driveway. There is an Elfman version of the cut and condensed theme, but only in FXX reruns of "Oh Brother, Where Art Thou?". is used alongside the original season 2 scream in "Bart Gets Hit by a Car", having Homer scream once: when Lisa drives past and when Marge pulls in. It pans to Ralph in the lost-and-founds basket, covered in clothes, singing "Trying on all our clothes-clothes." This also appeared on many FXX reruns of episodes like Blood Feud. We’re not in Springfield anymore! Also in "Barting Over", part of the closing theme plays between when the school is shown and after Bart finishes axing the chalkboard. As Homer drives through Springfield, he fumbles behind his neck, pulls the uranium rod out of his shirt collar, and throws it out the car window. The camera zooms in on the town, with several major landmarks popping-up. The theme music was arranged by Alf Clausen and this version has been used since Season 3. Maggie pops out of the bag, and Marge sighs in relief as she and Maggie exit the supermarket. Then, in selected episodes from "How the Test Was Won" to "Moe Letter Blues", he says a few words after the head falls on him. You have to actually draw it. In the classroom, Bart writes "The Simpsons Halloween Special IX." On the passing bus, a banner on the side says "Can't get enough of that wonderful Duff". The family arrive to sit on the couch, where Plopper is currently sitting, with the first few notes of the "Spider-Pig" song being instrumentally played in the background. [33] Jean first took note of Banksy after seeing his 2010 film Exit Through the Gift Shop. Maggie shakes her fist at Baby Gerald, who is beside her in another shopping cart. This version is similar to the normal version, except for several key differences: In the end, the couch gag is that the family sits on the couch and the camera then pulls out to reveal that the family was reflected in a Christmas ornament, which rests on a Christmas tree. Creator Matt Groening developed a lengthy opening sequence for the first season of The Simpsons, in order to cut down on the animation necessary for each episode, but devised the two gags as compensation for the repeated material each week. Sherri and Terri are huge compared to Milhouse before the new opening sequence. It is more crudely animated (looking similar to the animation used within the first season's episodes) than Season 2 onwards, and it was done entirely by Kevin Petrilak.We fade into a dark blue sky with a stratus cloud in the middle. Notably in "Bart the Genius", the famous high-pitched scream of Homer's when he runs from Marge's car into the house is cut. The TV set is light orange-brown, with an antenna on top of the TV on the top left and a gradient blue screen. In the gag, a billboard is seen on the roof of the building across the street from the elementary school as the camera pans through the town. Creator Matt Groeningdeveloped a lengthy opening sequence for the first season of The Simpsons, in order to cut down on the animation necessary for each episode, but devised the two gags as compensation for the repeated material each week. squeaking chalk when asked to write "I will not squeak chalk", putting in ditto marks for "I will not cut corners", showing dis-coordination with "coffee is not for kids", or putting "I will finish what I sta" for a single line). Bart steals the bus stop sign, causing folks … kesha’s tik tok is a great song (b/c of the beat instrumental, not the lyrics) and i love the simpsons. "G.I. Homer reaches the house first instead of Lisa, and Bart bounces his skateboard off the car and rolls toward the front door. The camera cuts back to Maggie, revealing that the wheel is just a toy for her car seat, as the camera pans out to show Marge driving. It then shows Nelson singing before showing inside Moe's bar where a group of people are fighting. The "couch gag" is a running visual joke near the end of the opening credits. The five unknown unnamed characters waiting at the stop then chase after a bus that fails to stop for them. Bart rides on the piece, and weaves in between characters from the movie; President Schwarzenegger, Colin, Moe Szyslak (in his "Emperor" attire and shouting "Hey! Anonymous. This version with the Elfman rearrangement was used in all of season 2 (except for "Bart Gets an F", which didn't use the correct color hues and instead used the different color variations due to the intro for that episode being a prototype of the opening visuals that only appeared in said episode) as well as in "When Flanders Failed", a season 2 holdover that aired during season 3. This time, it is a Santa's workshop-themed version. In "The Simpsons 138th Episode Spectacular", a special version of the cut and condensed opening retains the Springfield swoop, although still cutting from Bart exiting the classroom to the driveway scene. CinemaBlend Movies However, after throwing the carbon rod out of the car, Homer gets stuck in traffic, and uses his EZcape app to help him get through, thus starting the episode. The gag had been written as an apology to the city for a controversial song in the previous week's episode, which called the city a "home of pirates, drunks and whores". 1 decade ago. The opening credits for these specials are usually altered or completely substituted with something else in keeping with the theme. For "He Loves to Fly and He D'ohs", the first new Simpsons episode to air after the release of The Simpsons Movie, a callback sequence was animated. Homer, dressed in the dark hat and sunglasses Walter dons for his "Heisenberg" persona, sneaks a taste of the batter while Marge is baking and is later woken from a nap by the smell. You can’t write visual performance. The living room is mostly the same, but the TV is now a widescreen HD model, with the antenna still on top. He quickly dodges Lisa on her bike and yells, "D'oh!" The cartoon has been named as one of the 50 most influential TV show of all time Semi-Painless Dentistry is now replaced with Candy Dandy as we move towards Springfield Elementary School, which is now orange with purple accents instead of just purple. One notable difference from the previous opening sequences is Sherri and Terri, who are texting messages instead of playing their flutes. In "Moho House" and "Dogtown", the opening starts immediately with the couch gag, thus skipping the rest of the intro that was shown prior to the couch gag (unlike "Dogtown", in which the opening from the title screen gag to Bart bouncing on Barney is shown after the TV credits). This may have been intended to show the poor quality of the plant. In the classroom, the walls are either gradient purple or gradient blue-violet, and a bulletin board with three crude drawings is hung next to Bart. [3] The episode "Bart the Genius" was the first to feature the series' full title sequence. The dust clears, and the rod is bouncing near Moe's Tavern. It was eventually added, starting with "Bart Gets Hit by a Car". The chalkboard gag "(I must not write all over the walls)" is written all over the classroom walls, clock, door, and floor. Plopper the pig is also featured for the first time in the series, during the couch gag and Homer refers to him as "my summer love."[27]. He stops writing and looks at the board unamused. It was used frequently during seasons 5-7, occasionally during seasons 8-9, and only sporadically since then. It has been used occasionally since season 17. Principal Skinner and Superintendent Chalmers walk past. In "Gone Abie Gone", the opening goes from the "P" of the title card to Bart's chalkboard gag, which goes directly to the couch gag after Bart bounces on Barney. [33], The Simpsons is storyboarded at Film Roman, a company based in California. 1 & 2" and later re-aired in "The Burns and the Bees". In "Four Regrettings and a Funeral" (season 25, 2013), Bart writes "We'll really miss you Mrs. K" only once, in tribute to the recent death of Marcia Wallace, the voice of Edna Krabappel. In the first of the original gags, the camera zooms in on Springfield Elementary School, where Bart can be seen writing a message on the chalkboard. "[39], He showed Groening and showrunner Al Jean his Adult Swim shorts and Groening responded by giving him a free hand to do the 35-second-long segment. The camera then zooms past Moe's Tavern into the Kwik-E-Mart where Apu is secretly changing the expiration date on a carton of milk from 2006 to 2008. Next the camera cuts to Springfield Elementary where Jimbo, Dolph and Kearney are hoisting Martin up a flagpole by his underwear and saluting as if he were a flag. Marge, aping the downtrodden demeanor of Walter's wife Skyler, sits on the couch drinking coffee. The Simpsons Opening Credits Is One Massive ’80s Orgasm By E. Alex Jung Sunday’s upcoming episode of The Simpsons , “Teenage Mutant Milk-Caused Hurdles” is going full-on ’80s. Fox's standards and practices department demanded a handful of changes, but, according to Jean, "95 percent of it is just the way he wanted. A typical gag features the Simpson family running into the living room, only to find some abnormality with the couch, be it a bizarre and unexpected occupant, an odd placement of the couch, such as on the ceiling, or any number of other situations. British graffiti artist and political activist Banksy is credited with creating the opening titles and couch gag for this episode, in what amounted to the first time that an artist has been invited to storyboard the show. Marge is now driving an orange station wagon instead of a red sedan, reflecting the change in the show. On the VHS release from 1990 the words “In Stereo, Where Available” appear under the words “The Simpsons”. Series creator Matt Groening gave the idea his blessing, and helped try to make the sequence as close to Banksy's original storyboards as possible. The family then falls asleep. Also, during the driveway scene, Homer's "D'oh!" [31][32], British graffiti artist and political activist Banksy is credited with creating the opening titles and couch gag for the season 22 episode "MoneyBart", in what amounted to the first time that an artist has been invited to storyboard the show. This sequence is similar to the previous one, but features many visual changes that take advantage of the wider format. The pre-sequence scene is displayed in a 16:9 television aspect ratio, with black matte bars at either end of the screen. He pulls it out and throws it out the window as he drives away with dust covering the screen. FXX reruns (that are part of FXX's weekly Simpsons block and not part of FXX's Simpsons marathons) also have edited season 1 openings, though they are also edited versions of the longer opening. [40] Kricfalusi explains that "On the Simpsons I wanted to try moving the characters in crazy fun ways, not just looking funny each time they come to a stop",[40] and further elaborated "that the way things happened was even more important than what was happening in my work. A variety of different screams were also used throughout the season, when Marge pulls in. It is more crudely animated (looking similar to the animation used within the first season's episodes) than Season 2 onward, and it was done entirely by Kevin Petrilak. The sequence was used instead of the regular intro in "Homer Simpson, This Is Your Wife", first broadcast on Fox on March 26, 2006 with the shots during the driving scenes mirrored so that the cars appeared to be driving on the right side of the road with the steering wheel on the left side of the car. The cashier rings her up at as $847.63 and Maggie is mistakenly packaged in a brown bag after the camera pans towards a different shot of Marge and the cart. In the 500th episode, the opening sequence was a montage of all previous couch gags. The scream is added in the third episode, "Homer's Odyssey". Also, Largo dismisses Lisa earlier, showing her longer. This has been used occasionally for several episodes of seasons 23 and 24, and has made a comeback in the Season 28 episodes "The Town", "There Will Be Buds", part 1 of "The Great Phatsby", and Season 29's "The Serfsons" and "Springfield Splendor." Answer Save. Jason just shrugs and takes things in stride. Whenever she plays a different instrument, she takes it with her while riding home on her bike. Also, the colors of Lisa's saxophone, the background, and the school band characters are ripped from the Season One intro, but look much nicer than in the previous intro. However, on syndicated airings on some stations, they cut out this opening. Homer's "D'oh!" Believing the sequence to be "excessive and offending" he pushed for some of the darker jokes to be removed. The bedroom set is pushed out by children and it ends up being outside of Springfield Elementary School, and Lisa sings, "Grab my glasses, I'm out the door, I'm gonna hit this city" while stealing Milhouse's glasses, and Bart shows up again saying, "Let's go" in his voice. Others were edited from longer versions of the opening. The crossover episode "Simpsorama" begins with a parody of the Futurama title sequence, which includes the Futurama theme music and a text reading "A show out of ideas teams up with a show out of episodes. In this gag, Bart Simpson is writing lines on the chalkboard as a punishment; when the school bell rings, he immediately stops writing and runs out of the classroom. Obviously they didn't. Mr. Largo stops the band and points Lisa out of the door, due to her unacceptable playing. It turns to Nelson, who is on the bus, fist-pumping, with Richard, Lewis, Melissa, Rod Flanders, and Todd Flanders in the background, and sings "Don't stop, make it pop, DJ blow my speakers up". Also, Bart's chalk still squeaks, unlike later episodes onward. The Outer Limits (1963) (TV Series) As soon as Bart crosses the road, a car drives past and Maggie is seen inside at the steering wheel. It has also been the only short version of the theme to be released on CD. 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