January 4, 2010 | TV Don’t have a quarrel, man From Illico’s on-screen TV guide: Uhh… I guess that’s right…
That description has appeared for over a decade. It may have even appeared on the old Videoway. You don’t see it often anymore however…
Yeah, I’ve noticed that before too. Very humourous, but it irks me that it doesn’t mention what the actual episode is about!
It’s the same description in French.
They are most probably outsourcing to an Engrish captions expert.
Whoa, I’ve never seen that one before! I remember the one that said “Cartoon By Matt Groening depicting a quarrelsome family” or something like that (there was also a French version). But that’s the first time I see that one…
They probably get their info from a 3rd party like TBS, and it’s less expensive to have a generic description.
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