By Gary Scheiner MS, CDE Have you ever finished a workout with a terrific blood sugar only to go low, out-of-the-blue, hours later? Delayed-Onset Hypoglycemia (or D’OH, as Homer Simpson likes to say) is a blood sugar drop that occurs several hours after an exercise session. When D’OH Happens Delayed blood sugar drops usually follows […]
Writing The Simpsons must be incredibly hard. Hell, writing about The Simpsons is hard. There’s just so much of it to draw from, to amplify, to ignore, to reference, to try not to repeat. And the “not as good as it used to be” chorus...Show More Summary
Mention virtual reality (or VR, as it is increasingly known) and you're likely to elicit one of two responses: either utmost enthusiasm and awareness, or something along the lines of Homer Simpson yelling "Neeeeerd!" But VR deservesShow More Summary
Homer Simpson & Co. saved the FXX network from going under in 2014 and over this Thanksgiving weekend, they pushed it to record ratings highs.
An emotional journey on The Simpsons is bound by both the show’s running time and the fact that, in the show’s reality, nothing and no one can ever really change. That’s not the handicap it seems, though. The Simpsons may have traveled far afield from its initial conception as a satire of the typical American family in its now 604 episodes. Show More Summary
Dan Cretu created this pretty fancy Homer Simpson fried egg portrait. The broken-yolk-as-smile is a nice touch. (more…)
Last summer, we alerted you to the existence of Okilly Dokilly, the world’s first metal band to pattern themselves after Ned Flanders, Homer Simpson’s goody-goody next-door neighbor. They come from Phoenix, they all dress like Flanders, and most of them have mustaches. The world may be crumbling around us, but this goofy project is continuing […]
SOMETIMES “The Simpsons” is like a Magic 8-Ball that can seem to hold all the answers. Peer deeply enough into the long odyssey of Homer, say, and a certain warped wisdom can float to the surface. One example resurfaced early this year, when it was remembered that David Bowie and Alan Rickman, who died within days […]
Nearly 20 years ago, Homer Simpson ran for Springfield Sanitation Commissioner. The 2016 presidential election turned out to be a surprisingly similar race.
Reasons to elect a supervillain President, with bonus Homer Simpson proving that both candidates are aliens. How to keep your iPhone from tracking your location in iOS 10. Aristotle Sold Drugs (Legally). Some of the best newspaper corrections...Show More Summary
“Take that Gunsmoke!" lead character Homer Simpson said in a statement. "You lost a race you didn't even know you were running!"
For Homer Simpson, every day is doughnut day. For the rest of us, there are two. But why?
Way back in 1993, The Simpsons opened its fifth season with an episode titled “Homer’s Barbershop Quartet.” In the episode, Homer Simpson starts a band called the Be Sharps with Barney, Apu, and Principle Skinner. The band’s trajectory vaguely follows that of the Beatles, and they even name their sophomore album Bigger Than Jesus, in […]
“The Simpsons” buffs may recall a gag in a 1993 episode entitled “Homer’s Barbershop Quartet,” in which a character looking suspiciously like Yoko Ono orders a drink from Moe’s Tavern. Not quite the the type to go for a Duff, Ono poetically...Show More Summary
In the wise words of our favourite beer enthusiast Homer Simpson: “I’m gonna drink lots of beer and stay out all night.” But in true nomad style, all around the world. Ladies and gents (who says beer is solely a man’s drink?), l... via JustLuxe.com
To celebrate the 600th episode of The Simpsons, talk show host Jimmy Kimmel took a tour of Springfield with its most famous resident, Homer Simpson. Hit the jump to watch the two-minute animated segment. Enjoy the Jimmy Kimmel Simpsons Springfield tour video now, after the jump. Show More Summary
To celebrate the 600th episode of The Simpsons, Jimmy Kimmel took a tour of Springfield with its most famous resident, Homer Simpson. This coming Sunday night will mark the 600th episode of “The Simpsons.” In honor of their anniversary, Jimmy gets a private tour of Springfield from none other than Homer J. Simpson himself. Related […]
FIRST Pikachu, now Homer Simpson. Could SpongeBob or a Minion be next? Because iconic yellow cartoon characters will apparently be our highly visible guides into our techno-entertainment future. On Sunday night, just several months after virtual Pokemon took the real world by storm, we were treated to another step of cartoon trailblazing from the realm […]
Homer Simpson shows up at the polls, only to discover a couple of obstacles to voting, in a new promo for "The Simpsons." The post Homer Simpson Discovers Voted Fraud (and Putin) at Polling Place appeared first on CBR.com.
In America's circus of an election year, the world of The Simpsons seems to be inching closer and closer to reality. In fact, it may have even gone beyond the bizarro world of Springfield, with creator Matt Groening recently dubbing Donald Trump's candidacy "beyond satire." In a new clip, the show takes us to election day where Mr. Show More Summary