You might want to block out some time for this episode of The Simpsons: On May 4, the long-running animated
Homer Simpson has always been a bit of a blockhead, but on an upcoming episode of "The Simpsons," it's everyone else who'll have bricks for brains when the show turns its characters into Lego bricks.In the first image from the "Brick...Show More Summary
It's definitely time to start getting excited about that LEGO episode of "The Simpsons." FOX has released the very first look at the episode, with an animated Homer and LEGO minifigure Marge making eyes at each other.In the episode, "Brick Like Me," Homer finds himself in a world where Springfield's citizens are all made of LEGOs. Show More Summary
“Team Homer” (season seven, episode 12; originally aired 1/7/1996) In which the shirt makes a good point… There’s a good reason that most of your favorite cartoon characters wear the same outfit everyday: Changing their wardrobe is tantamount to drawing and animating a completely new character. Show More Summary
We all know the catchphrases associated with TV characters. Homer Simpson says "D'oh!" and Jeff Probst tells "Survivor" contestants that "The tribe has spoken." But what about the lines that certain TV characters would never, ever deliver,...Show More Summary
This old clip from The Simpsons highlights why most of us nowadays, even after the Heartbleed bug online security scare, are e-filing our annual tax returns. Ned Flanders, Homer Simpson & Taxes from Brent Mowery on Vimeo. If you're not...Show More Summary
Until I read this book, when I thought of Indonesia, I thought of Homer Simpson given a free copy of a news magazine: “Look at me, I’m reading the Economist! Did you know that Indonesia’s at a crossroads? It is!” That, and maybe something about the East Timor conflict. That’s part of Indonesia, right? (Was... ? Read More: Indonesia, Etc. by Elizabeth Pisani
PHILADELPHIA (April 8, 2014) – The cartoon character Homer J. Simpson once said "Alcohol: The source of, and solution to, all of life's problems." The sage of the ubiquitous and fictional town of Springfield may have hit the nail onShow More Summary
Minecraft's penetration of popular culture is nearly ubiquitous. It just needs to make the front of a Wheaties box now.
Just days after David Letterman announced he's retiring, The Simpsonshonored the late-night host via its latest couch gag. Who should replace Letterman? Our Top 10 list Sunday's episode opened with Homer and his family making their way to the famous Ed Sullivan theatre. Show More Summary
Homer Simpson isn’t the biggest fan of the Big Apple. (“New York is a hellhole. And you know how I
Tributes have been pouring in ever since David Letterman announced his retirement on Thursday, and The Simpsons honored the longtime talk show host in a way only Homer, Marge, Bart, Lisa, and Maggie could. Fun fact: The Simpsons is the longest-running scripted television show, while Letterman holds the record for lengthiest stint as a late night host. --Catherine Garcia More
Homer gets violent in order to rush the family onto the Letterman stage in this fond farewell to the… Read More
A reader spotted this militarized monster version of the already imposing Mercedes G 65 AMG 6x6. Between all that armor, the navy grey paint, and one hell of a truck elevator this picture make me feel like Homer Simpson looking at donuts and Duff. Read more...
The Simpsons has reached a point in its long history where it’s revisiting characters and locations from older less-than-loved episodes. It’s one thing for Homer to take a new job in Capital City, or for Bart to get another elephant, this one named Stumpy, but it’s another when THE SIMPSONS ARE GOING TO BRAZIL, again, as they did during Sunday’s episode.
The greatest word The Simpsons ever offered to the English language was “craptacular.” When Bart Simpson used it to describe Homer’s Christmas decorations, he introduced a much needed concept for us all: something that was so bad it might actually be good. Today we are in the age of instant startups, where launching an idea from a garage suddenly seems... Read More >>
The Simpsons have zipped forward in time and called the World Cup final for us. With Homer refereeing the final (obviously) it was never going to run smoothly and, according to the screengrab above from 101 Great Goals, Germany sinkShow More Summary
According to world famous cartoon The Simpsons, Germany will beat Brazil 2-0 in the 2014 World Cup final. The latest Simpsons episode is titled: “You Don’t Have To Live Like A Referee” and sees Homer Simpson officiate the World Cup final in Brazil. There are plenty of American stereotypes of Soccer on show, including many [...]
Marge Simpson in real life makes your Springfield fantasy come true Artist and photographer Alexander Khokhlov melts minds with his recent project that brings Homer's wife to life. Khokhlov's "Art of Face" collection features modelsShow More Summary
It’s hard to believe that Homer and the rest of the Springfield crew have been laughing up our Sunday nights for 25 years.