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Homer Simpson Sent Vulture an E-mail About Our Sitcom Smackdown

Earlier today, The Simpsons was crowned the winner of Vulture's Sitcom Smackdown. We just received a (somewhat) gracious e-mail from Mr. Homer J. Simpson himself (by way of showrunner Al Jean). "We're not stopping here," Homer wrote. "We want The Wire (last year's Vulture drama winner). C'mon, paper champion! Get ... More »
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