Don Hertzfeldt's "The Simpsons" Elaborate Couch Gag Is Bizarre and Brilliant

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On the Season 26 premiere, "The Simpsons" reminded us why they continue to be around after 26 years, with one of the most elaborate (and perhaps longest) opening couch gags to date.  And this couch gag wasn't done by just any animator.  It was created by Academy Award-nominated animator and filmmaker Don Hertzfeldt.  

Who's to say if "The Simpsons" will make it to Septembar 36.4,  10, 535... but if any show has a chance, it's "The Simpsons."

Side Note: Before you rip on the misspelling of September in the comments, just watch the video!
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