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Great Job, Internet!: The Simpsons are back, in graph form

If a television show is fortunate enough to make it to 27 seasons, it usually means the fanbase is scraping the bottom of the barrel in terms of thoughtful analysis. But as it’s been proven time and time again, what’s true for the average show is not true for The Simpsons. That’s how we find ourselves reading the work of Todd W. Schneider—a lover of data mapping and The Simpsons alike—who recently posted a graphic breakdown of Simpsons data on his website.
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