Instead of engaging with the issue of representation, which would have made for a more satirical and topical show — you know, the type “The Simpsons” used to do years ago — the writers responded with the worst creative sin: laziness.
Instead of engaging with the issue of representation, which would have made for a more satirical and topical show — you know, the type “The Simpsons” used to do years ago — the writers responded with the worst creative sin: laziness. FOX TNS
Instead of engaging with the issue of representation, which would have made for a more satirical and topical show — you know, the type “The Simpsons” used to do years ago — the writers responded with the worst creative sin: laziness. FOX TNS

‘The Simpsons’ let down its worldwide audience with how it addressed the Apu question

April 15, 2018 08:30 PM