What to watch for in the NRL season finale: The Simpsons suicide booth

It’s a theme that’s been repeated throughout the NRL, and this season will have a special focus on it.

It’s the last year of the five-year contract that was agreed between the NRL and the Australian Rugby League Players’ Association back in July.

The NRL’s contract with the AFL expires in 2019 and is likely to be extended again if a new agreement can be struck with the union.

But with the game entering its twilight years, the NRL will be left to make its own decisions in the next couple of years.

As well as the suicide booth, there are some other unique features to look out for.

First, there’s the ‘prank’ booths, where people are invited to wear dummy suicide vests or other suicide-related paraphernalia for a night of entertainment.

They can be seen on the sidelines, but the most interesting part is the ‘slammer’ booths.

These are for people to put their bodies on the ground in a ‘bouncing’ manner, or to ‘kick out’ from the end of a pass.

It’s not the most dramatic stunt in the world, but it can be quite entertaining.

As you can see, some people are trying to put themselves through the ringer.

This one is for a boy.

This one is from a woman.

Some people are wearing the ‘suicide hat’ and are also trying to simulate the impact of a player’s death.

And there’s even a ‘suicidal’ clown mask, which looks pretty creepy.

It looks like a lot of people are dressed as characters from the Simpsons, but this one is a bit different.

It has a ‘L’ on the side.

The ‘suicides’ booth also has the odd ‘bouncer’ wearing a suicide vest, and a ‘trampoline’ style seating area with a bunch of chairs.

The last thing to look for is the “suicide chair” in the back of the arena.

This is for players who’ve had a bad night or are in pain.

It can be used to relieve pain.

It could also be used as a prop for a suicide attempt.

The big question mark is the suicide booths.

Is it a prop or is it a suicide?

That will be up to the referee.

As we’ve seen in previous seasons, the game can go in many different directions at any one time.

But it’s a tough balance to strike between safety and entertainment.

It will be interesting to see what happens when the NRL’s contracts come up for renewal, as the players union wants the game to continue on.

It seems a safe bet that the game will be back in the spotlight again this year, with a series of special highlights, including the NRL Cup final and Grand Final.