Without using the internet, did (you) find out who shot Mr. Burns? Posted on March 19, 2023 by Anonymous Without using the internet, did (you) find out who shot Mr. Burns?
I was 8, but I am positive I saw part two first for some reason. I think my mother didn't want me to watch the simpsons because she hear it wasn't for kid, despite the fact that I did watch Duckman and latter on South Park.
My younger brother was born in 1995 and he is married and has a daughter who is already 2 years old.
Wow, such a special little guy. So smart and brave, despite what everybody keeps whispering around you behind your back. Yes, you are, yes you are.
>Being that triggered over a random person answering a question and projecting how others see you
You get out much? It's not healthy to be that bitter all your life, anon. Just sad.
Wow, you are so clever with your comebacks too. Of course I care about you a lot special guy. Keep going, you are doing great.
And obviously I read all that you say, so feel free to pack a lot of your amazing imagination in your next answer.
..Are you being completely serious, dude? You sound like some pretentious douche who believes he's hot shit. And all over a single reply. If you're truly that sensitive, you should just leave and go straight to tumblr. If you can get triggered over something so small, maybe you should get checked to see if you're "special" because no sane person would get mad over literally nothing.
Answer the question. Did you try to solve it?
Anon, you need to understand that it wasn't really that big of a deal for people either not born in the USA or younger than 30 now;
Most of the time both parts would come out together in the rest of the world, since at first it wasn't Fox itself that had the rights to the earlier seasons worldwide, and similarly younger people, even in USA, would likely had heard of it before seeing it, saw both at the same time, or maybe got spoiled by, for example, the Spectacular 138th episode, among many other episodes that make reference to that.
It's obviously going to be a small minority that might have an answer for you, simply because they never even got the chance to wonder about it.
I am this guy
While technically old enough to remember this, I saw the conclusion first anyway.
>because they never even got the chance to wonder about it.
You have 30 min to think about it when you watch the first part. Its like watching scooby doo which is even lesser. Dont tell me none of you try to solve solve scooby doo mysteries.
Ok, I understand you are not actually reading most things, so let me try again simpler.
It's very likely that most people saw the solution before seeing the Condrum; several, and I do mean several, episodes after that make reference to what happen in who killed Mr B, and it's likely that the younger people, or those not from the US, saw them first.
The Spectacular 138th?
>Everybody want to know who killed Mr Burns last summer, then we found out it was Maggy *akward cough*
and yes, I am paraphrasing, don't be a dick
Ignoring all that, I personally would not even bother to guess who on crap like this, really, if it was 30 minutes to the answer. Maybe if I saw episode one and was left wondering about it, but at the very least I knew Mr didn't die, Smithers would still be Smithers, and that basically status Quo reminded unchanged, so it was obvious the answer didn't matter.
So yeah, many people didn't try to guess or didn't have a chance to guess, and no, I never gave a fuck about who was the culprit in Scooby Doo. Honestly they didn't solve anything either, since they would pull the mask before even guessing.
No, I watched both episodes in one night
No. I wouldn't be born for another year.
The internet existed back when this ep aired.
Any usenet posts about it?
It did, but most people didn't have it.
Computers were super expensive during this period so most didn't have access to it
You may be right but by 93-95 everyone on my block in a working class/middle class community had one
i didn't think to use the internet. i'm sure the 2nd part aired either immediately after or the day after in syndication the first time i saw it.
I remember seeing the first part way back in the early 2000's and wanting desperately to find out. I didn't have access to a regular internet connection back then, so it stayed a mystery for several years until I got access and figured out the power of 'watch X online free'
I actually remember seeing the M/S Maggie Simpson theory online and just dismissing it as silly then being sorta underwhelmed that they went with it.