The Highbrow Genius of The Simpsons
The strength of The Simpsons, which just celebrated its 30th anniversary on the air, lies in taking familiar comedy tropes like slapstick, one-liners, and parody that resonate with a wider audience, and adding a level of intellectual sophistication.
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