After our last Caption Contest that featured us, The Fat Guys at the Movies, invading Keifer Sutherland’s space in a screenshot from “24″, we thought that we couldn’t possibly do anything more cool than beat up on Jack Bauer. Well, we were wrong. And thanks to a wonderous process known as “Simpsonization” and a few free DVDs from the folks at Fox, we’ve got another dandy of a contest for you!

Above you see a picture of the Simpson family relaxing on a summer day. But wait, who are these two strangers who have walked up and joined the party? On the left, Kevin Carr — always dressed for the occasion. On the right, Neil Miller — always keepin’ it real. Something is going to happen here — and it is up to you to tell us what that is.

The Contest: Send an email to fatguys@filmschoolrejects.com and tell us what happens next in the scene above. Use your knowledge of the Fat Guys of the Movies and your wit. The three most entertaining stories (as determined by us) will win a special prize.

The Prize: A Free Copy of The Simpsons Movie on DVD, which hits stores on December 18.

The Fine Print: Contest open to legal residents of the US and Canada. Entries will be accepted until Wednesday December 12, 2007. Winners will be announced on Fat Guys at the Movies the following week. We also reserve the right to subject you to public ridicule and humiliation — even if you don’t win.

This contest is brought to you by Fat Guys at the Movies: Raw. Irreverant. Influential. The Web’s Most Badass Movie Podcast. Visit FatGuysattheMovies.com for more.


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