Wake up, America!
Wake up, America!
Can you figure out who’s who? [NSFW]
Congratulations, it’s a…miracle? Even in the best circumstances, ultrasounds resemble a trippy Rorschach test.
The Simpsons are asking fans to cast their vote on which dress Maggie will wear on Sunday. This is a super fashionable one year old.
The Simpsons meets Spider-Man and friends. Amazing.
The Simpsons take on the Karl Rove freakout.
Seamus is Romney’s biggest vulnerability, The Simpsons character says. Posted to the official Fox YouTube page to advertise the show’s return Sunday night.
Because, even though he wears magic underwear, he did invent Obamacare.
Oh, Russia. (via cheezburger.com)
Ralph is not-so-secretly the best and now there is indisputable proof.
Because that’s how we understand things now.
Futurama comes back tonight (hooray!) and to celebrate here’s a massive heaping of some of the show’s nerdiest trivia!
In an otherwise dull episode, Lady Gaga’s wacky wardrobe and accessories happened to be the most interesting part.
The Simpsons have covered a lot of sports territory in their two decade run. Twenty-three years ago, the Tampa Bay Buccaneers looked like Creamsicles, Ozzie Canseco had hopes of a successful big-league career, and Bryce Harper was still nearly three years away from being born.
Drum roll, please! In a recent interview with Business Insider, The Simpsons creator Matt Groening finally breaks his silence on which state can claim itself as Springfield’s muse. [Oregonian Editor’s Note: Suck it Ohio]
This chilling commentary was created by street artist Combo. The Simpsons has never been so outright depressing.
Time for some really pointless multi-tasking.
In the form of 35 family greeting cards. It’s actually kind of sad.
You can finally drink what Homer drinks. Now if I could just find a place that will serve me a Flaming Moe, I could truly be happy. (via laughingsquid.com)
Twentieth Century Fox recently hosted a five-day “Simpsons” marathon in Los Angeles to promote the show’s upcoming 500th episode.
The Simpsons have been on the air for 22 years and many fans feel are in that “running it into the ground” phase. But, it’s okay because of this clip.
For the 22nd straight year, dating back to 1990, The Simpsons aired its annual Treehouse of Horror episode. The results were, well, a little underwhelming, as you’ll soon see…
Cosplayers dress up like, say, Batman or Cloud from Final Fantasy VII, often spending tons of time on their costumes. It’s fun and harmless and a cool way to express fandom. This, though? This is something else.
A regular Charlie Church he’s not, and here’s the video artistry to prove it. (BTW, YouTube commenters seem to think Tuco as the Mexican bumblebee should be mashed up next.) (via robotmutant.com) View List ›
A handwritten letter from 1997 by comedy legend Phil Hartman, responding to an aspiring young comedian who had sent the Saturday Night Live and Simpsons star a tape of standup. It’s a thoughtful and sincere critique, made even more poignant by Hartman’s tragic death in 1998. Hear the whole story behind the letter over at Happy Fatties. View List ›
The salary of a profession is among the most compelling factors for many individuals deciding what career path to follow, what degree to peruse or even where to live. So, what are the highest paying jobs in the country? View List ›
Pulp Fiction is so much more comical when portrayed by characters from The Simpsons. Want to see Milhouse’s mom play Mia Wallace cracked out on drugs? Sure you do! View List ›