The news that Steve Bannon is riding to the rescue of the Trump campaign is just too perfect. It reminds me of a scene from the Simpsons set in the not too distant future where Marge and Homer are watching TV in bed. Marge turns to Homer...Show More Summary
There wasn't much more Conor McGregor could do to Nate Diaz at UFC 196 this past March. Despite smacking the Stockton native around the Octagon for the first six minutes, the Ultimate Fighting Championship (UFC) Featherweight king was unable to stop Diaz in his tracks. Show More Summary
Cosplaying families are awesome families and this particular family has pulled off some of the best Simpsons cosplay we’ve seen yet. Look closely and you’ll notice that the dad fully committed to his role as Homer Simpson by shaving his head to look like he has Homer’s sparse, stylized combover. Show More Summary
Just last month we looked into the political leanings of The Simpsons. Are they Democrat or Republican? Now courtesy of a new clip, we may have our answer. The sketch is titled “3 a.m.,” as it deals with who Marge and Homer would want answering their phone call in the wee hours of the morning, […]
The media's anti-Trump campaign has gotten to the point where even cartoons are endorsing Hillary. In a new standalone clip released by 20th Century Fox, titled 3am, and posted on YouTube, Marge and Homer Simpson agree to vote for Hillary Clinton in the upcoming US election. Show More Summary
Based on Hillary Clinton’s 2008 “3 a.m. phone call” campaign ad, The Simpsons have released a campaign video meant to parody the concept. As it turns out, the video primarily lampoons Donald Trump (that’s fine!). Read more...
The Fox animated series “The Simpsons” has posted its take on the presidential election, with Marge and Homer weighing their options and apparently making an endorsement. The 2-minute video explains their thought process. Here it is...
98 days remain until the general election. Are you registered to vote? Click here to be sure. Today’s comic by Tom Tomorrow is Scenes from a convention: What’s coming up on Sunday Kos … FLOTUS, slavery and Washington, by Denise Oliver Velez Barack Obama has fundamentally transformed how we understand our national identity. Show More Summary
In an endorsement that should surprise no one, the writers of the Simpsons have decided no on Donald Trump. Their depiction of how Homer Simpson comes to that conclusion is hilarious, though their depiction of Donald Trump is too true to be funny. Midday open thread below...
Democratic presidential nominee Hillary Clinton has won another celebrity endorsement, courtesy of Marge and Homer Simpson. In a clip posted to Fox’s animation YouTube channel, Marge tells her husband that she’s conflicted about who to vote for in the upcoming election. Homer helpfully turns on the television and the couple watches a parody of that […]
In the humorous “3 a.m.” animation from The Simpsons, Marge and Homer interrupted their love making to talk politics and the upcoming Presidential election. After watching a political commercial “paid for Americans who are really starting to miss Obama”, Marge determined which candidate had her vote and subsequently who had Homer’s. If that’s your vote, […]
Believe it or not, some people are actually having trouble deciding who they want to vote for! Thankfully, The Simpsons are here to help! The hit animated show posted a clip online over the weekend that shows Homer and Marge Simpson trying to figure out who they want to support in the upcoming election! Related: New York [...]
"The Simpsons" has never been shy about going after political figures, but its latest attack on Donald Trump makes its old George H.W. Bush jokes look like softballs. In a new clip posted by the show, Homer and Marge Simpson watch aShow More Summary
Homer and Marge talk politics and skewer The Donald in the process, in a new clip.
Homer & Marge are deciding who to vote for, so Marge imagines that Hillary and Trump get the infamous 3 a.m. call.
Hillary Clinton’s “3 a.m. phone call” is probably one of the most memorable campaign ads of the last few election cycles (save for the one where Donald Trump made a speech about the importance of taking Helm’s Deep, but that might’ve been something else entirely). Show More Summary
Spoiler alert: Half you you reading this now are going to love it; the other half… not so much. Proving for the second time in a year that at the show’s advanced age, its best incarnations come in bite-sized form instead of in full episodes, The Simpsons has dropped another scathing animated take on the 2016 election. Show More Summary
Marge and Homer Simpsons have been weighing in on American politics for 27 seasons, and today they are making it known who the family is supporting for president in 2016. “It’s 3 a.m. and the phone’s ringing in the White House. Who do you want answering that call,” the ad...
The Simpsons has cast its vote in the 2016 presidential election and it’s not for Donald Trump. In a new clip Homer and Marge are making love when the anxiety over the presidential election gets to be too much for Marge. They turn on the TV whi… Read The post Homer and Marge Simpson Choose Hillary Clinton Over Donald Trump: WATCH appeared first on Towleroad.
Marge and Homer wrestle with how to vote in the presidential election in this latest promo for the long-running animated series.