On The Simpsons, Homer Simpson accidentally creates the Flaming Moe by emptying out his liquor cabinet and adding a vital dose of grape children’s cough syrup. The resulting popular flaming drink made Moe’s a brief hotspot. Now Cocktail...Show More Summary
If you’re looking for a sweet new pair of in-ear headphones, I’ve got some good news and some bad news. The good news is that these donuts earphones are cute and look delicious. The bad news is that it looks like you might need a good friend in Japan to get you a pair. The […] This story was originally published at These Donuts Earphones Look Good Enough for Homer Simpson to Eat
This year is the 25th anniversary of the classic episode 'Homer at the Bat'
Friday’s Say Hey, Baseball features a celebration of one of the finest Simpsons episodes, umpires touching Phillies history, and an ex-NFL player in the MLB. If you ask a baseball fan what their favorite baseball-related episode of TV is, chances are you already know the answer: "Homer at the Bat" from the third season of The Simpsons. Show More Summary
Plus, Homer Simpson goes to the Baseball Hall of Fame, tigers duke it out with a drone, what's the most depressing Radiohead song, and much more! [ more › ]
In yet another fuck you to Pete Rose, the Baseball Hall of Fame has announced that its newest inductee will be a cartoon character whose greatest achievement on the field is getting beaned in the head. Homer Simpson will join the ranks...Show More Summary
Cooperstown will honour The Simpsons on May 27 to celebrate the 25th anniversary of the show’s Homer at the Bat episode.
Now in its 28th season, “The Simpsons” has had its share of episodes devoted to baseball, but the one everyone remembers most fondly is “Homer at the Bat,” the 1992 episode that features a bevy of MLB stars. And now that episode is headed to Cooperstown. The Baseball Hall of Fame announced Tuesday that it […]
We’re talking softball at the Hall. Well Mr. Burns had done it. The power plant had won it — and that was 25 years ago! According to the Associated Press, the Simpsons episode ‘Homer at the Bat’ will be honored at the Baseball Hall of Fame. Show More Summary
Homer Simpson is going to Cooperstown.
Will Homer be able to retrieve the lost painting from the living room? Find out in this all-new Couch Gag! [Animation on FOX] The post The Simpsons Get a Robot Chicken Couch Gag [Video] appeared first on Geeks are Sexy Technology Ne...
In a new couch gag for the famous “Simpsons” intro sequence, Homer Simpson stiff-arms through the “South Park” kids ? killing them all on impact as they’re beheaded and dismembered by his yellow hand. Seth Green, of “Robot Chicken” and...Show More Summary
Homer runs through the world of Robot Chicken to save The Simpsons‘ living room painting in a new couch gag for the episode “Fatzcarraldo” that aired on February 12, 2017. Will Homer be able to retrieve the lost painting from the living room? Find out in this all-new Couch Gag! Related Laughing Squid PostsRobot Chicken’s […]
For its latest couch gag, The Simpsons has tapped guest animator Stoopid Monkey Stoodios, the makers of Robot Chicken and SuperMansion. The clip is in the studio’s house style, complete with South Park reference. It also features Robot...Show More Summary
Who could forget the Japanese soap detergent mascot that looks just like Homer Simpson? This Simpsons Homer Simpson Mr. Sparkle 7-Inch Vinyl Figure gives Homer a weird Japanese makeover. It stands 7-Inches tall. Homer’s head [...]
The Simpsons’ showrunners Bill Oakley and Josh Weinstein recently opened up about the drama they faced from censors over their pro-LGBT episode “Homer’s Phobia,” which featured the vocal talents of John Waters. The episode originally aired on February 16, 1997, long before LGBT representation would enter the mainstream. In it, an openly gay antique dealer... Read more »
“Fatzcarraldo” sees all of Springfield’s fast food joints go healthy, leading to Homer rediscovering the train-car chili dog place he remembers from his childhood. Except it’s also about Lisa being upset that Springfield Elementary’s...Show More Summary
The Emmy-winning classic "Homer's Phobia" was once deemed "unacceptable" for television.
That ‘Simpsons’ Episode with John Waters Was Almost Too Gay for TV “Homer’s Phobia,” a beloved late-90s episode of The Simpsons featuring John Waters was almost deemed too gay for television by network censors. Unicorn Booty - Unicorn Booty brings you the best news, pop-culture, and opinions on the web!
Here’s our buddy Alan Siegel on “Homer’s Phobia,” a social milestone, a wonderful Simpsons episode in its own right, and one of the last where a celebrity voice made sense and wasn’t just stunt casting. [The Ringer] Read more...