The Simpsons - Series 7

PUBLISHED: 12:57 26 January 2006 | UPDATED: 17:11 11 May 2010

The Simpsons are back on DVD

The Simpsons are back on DVD

Available from Monday January 30 AS one of the most popular programmes on the box, the Simpsons continues to excel itself and produce first-class entertainment. The Simpsons have to be everyone's or at least almost everyone's favourite dysfunctional f

Available from Monday January 30 AS one of the most popular programmes on the box, the Simpsons continues to excel itself and produce first-class entertainment. The Simpsons have to be everyone's - or at least almost everyone's - favourite dysfunctional family, and episodes of their antics have made it the longest-running animated show ever. Its writers still manage to come up with consistently quirky humour involving Homer, Marge, Bart, Lisa and Maggie - as well as the other residents of the fictional town of Springfield. This series' special guests are Courtney Thorne-Smith, Chris Elliot, Mickey Rooney, Linda and Paul McCartney, Bob Newhard, Donald Sutherland and Kirk Douglas.

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