How about this: Sony buys 20th Century and its IP, then Disney acquires all of Sony Pictures' IP (except for the Japanese ones), allowing Disney to resurrect Columbia Pictures and TriStar Pictures as their non-family/Marvel/Lucasfilm units (standard for Columbia, indie/art house for TriStar), although they could use different names.
If Disney were to sell 20th Century Studios, they could just keep the rights to the Ice Age, Diary of a Wimpy Kid, Night at the Museum, and the TCS/Marvel films, since the former three have Disney-produced sequels/spin-offs/reboots.
I think Nickelodeon should have their toy-driven/reboots of classic SatAM shows like Monster High, The Smurfs, Garfield, Transformers EarthSpark, etc. be on Saturday mornings for episode premieres! This idea would help with the waits for other Nick cartoons, and would at least bring back the good ol' Saturday morning cartoon tradition!
Here’s an idea that I think Netflix should do: Partner with another major studio or two for film distribution. Said major studio would have the theatrical and physical media distribution rights, while Netflix would have the streaming distribution rights.
I’m worried that the other streamers will decline on taking in Batman: Caped Crusader, the Gumball movie, and the other "originally planned for HBO Max" projects, leading to WBD giving up and scrapping them.
Oh, and I feel like I should add: contrary to Bart's accurate calling out of Comic Book Guy's nitpicking when this show was on network TV, I PAID for Disney+ to watch The Simpsons, thank you very much, so I think I'm entitled to a certain level of customer satisfaction. Maybe it's because it's cheap, because HBO Max certainly delivers, and boy, that one's pricey.
This quote used to be a hilarious meme I'd use to counter salty fanboys. But now that I've seen it in context of the episode... yikes. No wonder the Simpsons went downhill when the writers thought so little of what garbage they're feeding their audience. Meanwhile, South Park...
Also, ironically, this quote felt far more obnoxious than most of SP's lines because of the context.