In case you weren't aware, FXX Network is airing EVERY SINGLE EPISODE OF THE SIMPSONS over the course of the next two weeks. And in this rare instance, pretty much everyone is watching the same episodes at the same time and there's something of a communal spirit to the whole thing. But the best part? That communal experience is being shared by the people who actually make/made The Simpsons - writers are livetweeting the whole thing, giving behind the scenes insight and sharing stories you've never heard before.

Here are the Twitter accounts you need to be following:

And there's more yet to come. Ben Schwartz (Jean-Ralphio on Parks & Rec) will be hosting a Simpsons livestream with Matt Selman starting Saturday at 9:30 am.

 

Josh Weinstein named his favorite episodes that he didn't work on

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...and then he named his favorite episodes that he DID work on

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...and then he named his favorite episodes that were produced after he left the show.

 

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Bill Oakley did the same, starting with episodes he really didn't work on too much

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...and then following with the ones that he DID work on

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...and finished with his favorite episode that's been made since he left.

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Jon Vitti explained a weird problem the writers ran into in season 2, regarding their love of Mr. Burns

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Bill Oakley explained that the legendary Frank "Grimey" Grimes episode was initially frowned upon by pretty much everyone

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The weirdest thing about the episode where Bart is sent to France is how it's actually shown in France

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Director David Silverman takes us on a stroll down The-Hilarity-of-Child-Abuse Memory Lane

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The Simpsons writers were mostly Lisas, to no one's surprise

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On John Swartzwelder - the legendarily prolific and reclusive Simpsons writer:

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Al Jean managed to get a quote from him about potentially joining the livetweeting. Sadly, it was this.

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Apparently, Troy McClure was never meant to come back.

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Jon Vitti dared to give Lisa's substitute teacher notes. Dangerous move.

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