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Background[ edit ] The Simpsons is known for its satire of American popular culture and especially television culture.
The town of Springfield acts as a complete universe in which characters can explore the issues faced by modern society. The town has a vast array of media channels—from children's television series to local newswhich enables the producers to make jokes about themselves and the entertainment industry.
Krusty the Clown is a hard-living entertainment veteran,  who has his own show: The Krusty the Klown Show, which is aimed towards a children's audience and has many followers, including Bart Simpson.
How a Cartoon Masterpiece Documented an Era and Defined a Generationauthor Chris Turner describes Krusty as "the wizened veteran, the total pro" who lives the celebrity life but is miserable and needs his celebrity status.
He changes the content of that show to present readings of classic literature and segments examining the emotional lives of pre-teens.
He believes that by exposing the kids to high culture he will improve their lives. Arnold comments that Bart is a product of a "mass-culture upbringing" and thus is Bob's enemy.
In most of his appearances in the show, he hosts short video clips that other characters watch on television or in a public place. He often presents educational videos   and infomercials. McClure has become the apotheosis of the stereotype, a gut-achingly funny reinterpretation whose trademark introduction Brooks negotiated an unusual provision in the contract with the Fox network that prevented Fox from interfering with the show's content.
He was able to do that, because Fox back then was a minor fledgling network. Even the crazy high-concept ones like ' Two Bad Neighbors ' and ' Homer's Enemy ' we managed to put on the air because honestly there were no network execs there to stop us.
Krusty is shown being pestered by network executives who comment on every choice he makes. He announces his departure of The Krusty the Klown Show after the executives give him notes during filming of a sketch. At the end of the episode, Mr. Teeny is uncertain of where he should throw the plastic explosives that Bart wore.
When he sees the two executives discussing in a room, he throws it onto them. Instead of dying of the explosion however, the pieces of the executives reconstitute into what Jean describes as a "super-executive".
These sequences were inspired by Jean's dissatisfaction with some network executives, who he felt took control over a television series he was working on before he returned to The Simpsons in The interaction between the writers and the network executives in the episode underscore the differences between them.
The writers understand the show's inner workings, but the network executives' approach improvements to the show from a business point-of-view. They try to incorporate what they see as a rebellious character into a failing television show with the comment "This is popular with the kids", but the viewers later reject the character.
The host, Betty Whitetells the viewers "So if you don't want to see crude, lowbrow programming disappear from the airwaves He then shows the viewers a weekly programming schedule consisting of only The Simpsons, The X-files, and Melrose Place surrounded by question marks.
The episode features three spin-off ideas for The Simpsons show, which also functions as a critique of spin-offs in general.
He also did not like the idea of breaking the fourth wall and the concept of saying that the Simpsons were just actors in a television show. Director Neil Affleck had to emulate a three-camera setupas is normally used in sitcoms.当サイトでは次のアプリケーションソフトを利用しているページがあります。 該当ページには、アプリケーションソフトが別途必要なことは記載されていますので、それに従ってインストールしてください。.
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Media is a recurring theme of satire on The timberdesignmag.com show is known for its satire of American popular culture and especially television culture, but has since its inception covered all types of media such as animation, journalism, commercials, comic books, movies, internet, and timberdesignmag.com series centers on a family and their life in a typical American town but the town of Springfield acts.
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