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Here we have one Kathleen Gustafson, miffed resident of Homer, Alaska, making her displeasure with former Gov Sarah Palin clear by invoking the Bible, calling Palin a "celebrity" -- no, that's not a compliment -- and hoisting (continued).

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"Simpsons" creator Matt Groening can take some creative license with his characters' back stories, as in this clip, which shows Marge and Homer Simpson -- still in college as they anticipate the end of the '90s -- predicting that Bill Clinton will certainly be seen as the worst president in US history for "lying in a deposition in a civil lawsuit" Well maybe not.

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In a satirical match made in heaven, Stephen Colbert appears in cartoon form on "The Simpsons" season premiere. Meanwhile, "Family Guy" takes a jab at the Bushies (and Limbaughs) of the world on its own season debut -- featuring a "Star Wars" send-up, just to add that much more comical catnip to the mix for the show's loyal target demographic.

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The BBC takes a look at the philosophy of the show: "It's not that the Simpsons is atheist propaganda; its main target is not belief in God or the supernatural, but the arrogance of particular organised religions that they, amazingly, know the will of the creator."

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