Monday, May 3rd, 2010
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"The Simpsons" Does The 2010 Equivalent Of The Bartman


No, I don't know what the impetus for replacing The Simpsons' theme song with the perpetually disheveled pop star Ke$ha's ode to Autotune and staying out all night "Tik Tok" this week was, either. (Perhaps it was a consolation prize for her losing out on the live-action Smurfs movie's Smurfette role to Katy Perry?) But points for having smooth-voiced criminal Snake Jailbird lip-sync one of the yodel-y bits of the chorus, which just seems so right. [Via]

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saythatscool (#101)

The Simpsons~ should try "adopting" some infantile third-world bag of bones. That always makes you relevant.

Miles Klee (#3,657)

this episode was a pretty solid attack on the camera-ridden nanny state, actually, as long as we're talking relevance

deepomega (#1,720)

The lip sync is way off, which is just the shitty cherry on top of the ass sundae.

brianvan (#149)

It's funny to me because I hear that song being used to promote shitty entertainment more than I hear it being played in a "DJ playlist" context (hey, I've been staying off radio for a while!), so for me it's the shitty song you use to promote the shitty movie/TV show/etc. It's ridiculous for "The Simpsons" to jump onto that bandwagon, which is why I think it's funny to use it here… as a send-up of everything else clamoring to use that not-very-good song.

balsa_wood (#465)

Looks like someone's currying favor with their seven year-old daughter.

I smell custody battle.

maebefunke (#154)

Mrs. Krabapple is such a slut.

Ok, I give up: Why is God dancing with the devil?

Anyone?

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