I don't know the right words to use, but as far as i know, she was only brought in when she was actually needed - like, she wasn't actually specifically hired as part of The Simpsons team.In the credits of each episode that Mrs. Krabappel appears in, Marcia Wallace, her VA, is always credited as a Special Guest Voice. Yet, Wallace was a regular in the show's cast. Why was she always credited as a special guest voice, then?
I think he mentions in that episodes dvd commentary (or in one of the commentaries in the season 1-4 dvds) that he wanted the world of The Simpsons to be as realistic as possible in those early years and having animals make "cartoony" expressions like winking at the camera broke that rule (also, in the instance of General Sherman, I think he also just thought that the wink was too corny)OK, I don't get it:
Why does Matt hate Animals showing human emotion so much (like General Sherman winking)?
It's such a stupid thing to dislike. Has he ever actually stated why he hates it other than "he does"?
Like he's OK with the animals dancing to get the Humans attention, The puppies / snowball trying to cover up the TV, doing semi-unrealistic things of animals, but the moment its expressions he flips his lid?
Sorry, no. It’s the song that plays in the 'day and night passing' sequence over the retirement castle. It’s immediately after Homer’s Cap’n Crunch line. I also feel like I’ve heard this music play in several other episodes.Is it the scene where Abe is walking slow-mo through the town?
If so, it's this song.
Nobody Loves You (When You're Down And Out)
I'll have another look and get back to you.Sorry, no. It’s the song that plays in the 'day and night passing' sequence over the retirement castle. It’s immediately after Homer’s Cap’n Crunch line. I also feel like I’ve heard this music play in several other episodes.