- Jun 4, 2020
To be fair, it sounds like The Star of the Backstage is gonna be a very good one already
And this is very nice. Do you know where will you watch the episodes and where will you get the subtitles from? I could lend you a hand with that.Also this season I'm going to start watch the episodes in original language (with English subtitles, so far), and in days after the episode airs for some episodes. Thus, I plan to join the R&R polls with others, without waiting a year for Ukrainian dub (after obvious watch the dubbing I plan to change my mark then, if such option will be allowed in new R&R's, I hope for).
Well, THOH XXXII could have 2 mini segments, and 3 regular segments. For example, the intro might have the segment where a guy named Vincent Price reads Maggie a telltale story, and there could be an epilogue after the third segment and before the ending credits- Treehouse of Horror XXXII. No way they can properly write five horror stories in 22 minutes, with all that means. It will be impossible for the segments to get introduction/conflict/climax/ending in an average of 4 minutes and 24 seconds per segment. Some segments may work but there will be a lot of filling It also changes a tradition of 32 years when nobody asked for it. I can't see it working at all.
You underestimate the ability of some people to be turned off by "musical episodes."If they play up the absurdity (Y2K by its very nature will provide them with scads of material to do just this) and deliver some winning musical numbers that afford both Bell and Chase the opportunity to showcase their vocal chops alongside some immaculately animated Oliver set pieces, I can definitely see The Star of the Backstage being an episode that wins all but the floating timeline deniers over.
Well, I'd like to think those people wouldn't watch on Sunday to begin with given that the episode has been very clearly advertised as such. But yeah, you're right that they'll watch anyhow and gripe about the episode delivering exactly what it set out to deliver. In much the same way that there are folks who don't care for horror that complained about Thanksgiving of Horror boasting graphic violence and proceeded to score it a 1.You underestimate the ability of some people to be turned off by "musical episodes."
You maded all with that "issue": us, Jean, Price, Selman… Ugh Well, just ignoring you is good, but sometimes the tolerance is over.You know, I'd be surprised if there might be a table read for UABF16 tomorrow. But hey, maybe Al Jean might reveal the episode title for UABF16 on Twitter tomorrow, unless if there happens to be a thirty-third Treehouse of Horror table read
To be fair, I think it's best that we wait until October 10th before we find out how it's possible for the new Treehouse of Horror to have five segmentsI still don't get why the new THOH will have 5 segments. 4 segments I can understand given the 4 act structure. Are they going to change the format to 5 acts now or something?
They're probably counting the usual 1 minute opening as a segment, which means they'll probably just have 4 segments. Jean probably counts that clip they showed at Comic-Con with Vincent Price reading to Maggie that was only 50 seconds as one of the segments.I still don't get why the new THOH will have 5 segments. 4 segments I can understand given the 4 act structure. Are they going to change the format to 5 acts now or something?
I doubt it, but maybe he'll probably make a cameo appearance somewhere in Season 33. But so far, there won't be a Professor Frink episode for somewhere in Season 33I think that Sideshow Bob would appear in some season 33 episode because the character appears every 2 seasons.