Friday, January 30, 2009

Folk Art, a Twonicorn, and the Simpsons

The Simpsons has been satirizing aspects of American culture for twenty years. The newest episode "Lisa the Drama Queen" has some witty poking at young people's rejuvenating interest in folk art when Lisa and her new friend spend a play date admiring quilts and carved wooden miniatures.

In the same episode the two girls create a whimsical world with a twonicorn (a unicorn with an extra horn) that belches rainbows. I love that show.

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