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The episode was broadcast in the US last year and some views of the American audience are below.
But UK viewers can now send in their views on the show on the postform at the bottom of the page.
I thought It was quite funny, Mr.Blair wasnt quite what I expected. All in all, 8/10
Ashleigh, Hull, Uk
Despite Tony Blair's words about the UK being cool and modern (the scriptwriters obviously left the lines in to show how hopelessly modern us 'quaint' Brits think we are) the episode goes on to depict a horribly outadated stereotypicial and distictly 'Mary Poppins' London complete with toffs in bowler hats, lords, beefeaters and Queen's guards.
There was a Trainspotting-style hallucination scene (erm, that was Edinburgh, nowhere near England last time I checked and I thought Trainspotting was supposed to be Scottish, not English) and a terrible Carnaby Street/cool clothes reference (which was only about 40 years too late).
If this is the way the Americans view the British (sorry, the English - let's not forget that the two are NOT the same thing) this episode hasn't done much to kill the stereotype, and it ended up portraying Tony Blair as a crackpot, desperate to be taken seriously.
Worst episode ever, as Comic Book Guy would say.
I think it was hilarious, but it showed that we were very historical people, which we are not, and it showed that the English community sound posh, which is an ideal view of Britain, but that's not what it is really like. I have never liked my country as its getting too old, and the government spends wrongly.
Ben C, Bucks
To those people who think that this is "inappropriate", I would advise them to get a sense of humour.
Well done Tony Blair, for having the humility to do such a thing!
James Robson, Watten, Scotland
I thought Mr bean was great.
Jim, Reading, UK
Has Tony Blair got nothing better to do than do voice overs for The Simpsons? Any chance of fame and Tony's there - whether the country is at war or not.
Tony Blair held up quite well. He did not take himself too seriously yet managed to retain some dignity. His encounter with the Simpsons takes place shortly after their arrival in London. The PM would certainly have a more accurate view of public opinion in the United States if he spent more time chatting with Homer Simpson and less time listening to George W. Bush.
Tim Zarazan, Oak Park, IL USA
It was very amusing to see Mr. Blair greeting our animated "low lives" on their arrival at London.
Mr. Blair would make a great tourism representative: a cross between your friendly Wal-Mart greeter (sans dentures) and a jet-pack suited James Bond.
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