Why We're Endorsing The Grand Old Potty

Snierson, Dan
January 2008
Entertainment Weekly;1/18/2008, Issue 974, p14
The article discusses an episode of the animated television program "The Simpsons," which centered around one of the show's characters, Ralph Wiggum, running in a presidential primary. The article humorously explains that the periodical is going to endorse Wiggum for president. The episode is set to air on January 6, 2008.


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