This week The Simpsons is going to be airing a new episode and it’s going to be BIG! The Simpsons are going LEGO! We are back with another episode fact file and this week we will be providing you with all the information on this week’s episode ‘Brick Like Me’. The day has finally come for The Simpsons to go LEGO! Sadly it looks like there’s not going to be an episode tie-in for the episode, however at least we got the Blocko Store for the Easter event.This post will provide you with all the information required about the episode along with some pictures and exclusive clips.
This is one of the biggest episodes we have celebrated on TSTO TopiX and we have more exclusive information that will blow your mind! If you have liked our Facebook page then you can see we have transformed our cover into LEGO for the episode. You can check our Facebook page here. So let’s get started on building up a fantastic LEGO episode fact file.
Brick Like Me:
Episode Description: Homer wakes up in a world where his family and everyone in Springfield are made of Lego. Can he “put together” how he got there, and figure out how to get home before he’s stuck in a world of bricks forever?
Episode Details: ‘Brick Like Me’ is going to be the show’s 550th episode and the 20th episode of season 25. The episode will air on May 4th and will air on FOX. The whole episode will be shown in LEGO however some parts will appear in real Simpson life. The episode is written by Brian Kelley. This episode is considered non-canon and the events featured do not relate to the series and therefore may not have actually happened/existed.
Episode Mini Clips:
There’s Something Different
Nothing Can Go Wrong
Springfield Elementary Collapses, Brick-by-Brick
Episode Image Slideshow:
Previous Episode: What to Expect When Bart’s Expecting
Next Episode: Pay Pal
Season Finale: The Yellow Badge of Cowardge (May 18th)
Animation On FOX!:
Elsewhere on the world of Animation:
Bobs Burgers: Tina decides to try out for the cheerleading squad, but it’s actually Gene who gets noticed in the crowd for his spirit and cheering ability. Meanwhile, during her cheer audition, Tina falls and bites her tongue, leaving her unable to speak – and a mischievous Louise steps up to be her translator.
Family Guy: Meg parties with Peter at a college where he takes her for an interview, while Brian is forced to live in the wild after he is sprayed by a skunk and prevented from coming into the house.
American Dad: CIA budget cuts leave Stan out in the cold, and since his company work record is classified, his only employment opportunity is at a local grocery store that is managed by Steve. Meanwhile, Roger and an annoying coffee-shop musician engage in a wager that leads him into a Faustian pact with an infomercial guitar instructor.
So we have come to the end of our episode fact file post to ‘Brick Like Me’ and there is now only two more episodes to go until the end of the season. Sadly there was no episode tie-in for the episode and I doubt we will get any from the last two. Happy Watching, Nathan.