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And Here's Homer Simpson Poking Fun At Australia

And for something else to jazz up your Thursday: Homer Simpson having a crack at Australia while standing in front of the Opera House. More »      

Draperly Played: Kate Bosworth

Maybe it’s because we just wrote about the Drapers (as they compare to Marge and Homer Simpson) for Vulture and so I have Betty on the brain, but this feels ice-cold and dramatic in a very Mad Men vein. This woman is out for revenge. But not the martini-flinging kind; no, she’s going to cut you Read More...

Which Supporting Character on The Simpsons Has Spoken the Most Words?

If you include the main cast, it’s fairly obvious who has the most lines: It’s Homer, by hundreds of thousand of words, followed by Marge, Bart, and Lisa all bunched up pretty close together. But what if you just count the words spoken...Show More Summary

Watch: Homer Simpson and the Sydney Opera House seal, together at last

Even if many fans think The Simpsons isn't as great as it once was, there is still plenty of love for the series. After all, Australians feel fortunate enough to be made fun of by the longest-running animated series of all time in the iconic episode that was "Bart vs. Show More Summary

'The Simpsons' pays tribute to 'Adventure Time' in couch gag - CNET

Bart, Homer, Lisa, Maggie, Mr. Burns and even Santa's Little Helper are reimagined as "Adventure Time" characters in the Season 28 premiere of "The Simpsons."

Bart the Boy and A Dog Named Homer! New Simpsons Couch Gag Parodies Adventure Time

4 days agoHumor / odd : Geekosystem

Adventure Time creator Pendleton Ward assisted with the opening, singing a version of the song with new lyrics like "Run don't walk/You might even hear Maggie talk."

Simpsons Couch Gag Pays Tribute to Adventure Time

Bart the boy and a dog named Homer star in the homage to "Adventure Time" from the Season 28 premiere of "The Simpsons." The post Simpsons Couch Gag Pays Tribute to Adventure Time appeared first on

Matt Groening Blamed For ‘The Simpsons’ Worst Ever Ratings

Matt Groening, the creator of The Simpsons, has drawn flak from fans and the media at large for making the popular animated sitcom go downhill. The criticism comes amidst the news that Frank Grimes, Homer Simpson’s sworn enemy, will be resurrected in the 600th episode of the sitcom that made its debut in 1989 and... Show More Summary

An Economic Analysis of Homer Simpson’s 100+ Jobs [Video]

From CEO to Mall Santa, here’s an analysis of Homer Simpson’s 100+ jobs. [Vox] The post An Economic Analysis of Homer Simpson’s 100+ Jobs [Video] appeared first on Geeks are Sexy Technology News.

Tracking Homer Simpson’s jobs and salary

last weekHumor / odd :

Vox recently took a look at every single job that Homer has ever had on The Simpsons in an attempt to see where his average salary falls on the economic spectrum in America. Over the show’s 596-episode run, Homer has had at least 191 jobs. Show More Summary

An Economic Analysis of Homer Simpson

last weekHumor / odd : Neatorama

Are the Simpsons a middle class family? Upper middle or lower middle? Or working class? He’s had a lot of jobs, but has worked at the nuclear power plant more than anywhere else. Homer owns a house, has a car, and a wife who doesn’t work, but that’s mainly because she has an infant. Show More Summary

Homer Simpson: An Economic Analysis

Aside from sleeping at the Springfield nuclear plant, Homer Simpson has had more than a hundred other jobs. Vox averaged his salaries from the past three decades and came up with a depressing conclusion: that Homer reflects the plight of the middle class American.

How Homer Simpson’s Job History Represents The American Middle Class

In an interesting new feature, VOX went ahead and analyzed all of Homer Simpson’s jobs and salaries that he had over the last 27 seasons of The Simpsons. Having had over 100 jobs in the show, ranging from CEO of the power plant and making $980’000 to wrestler where he made $18’000, the analysis of […]

An Economic Analysis of Homer Simpson and His More Than 100 Jobs

last weekHumor / odd : Laughing Squid

Vox writer Zachary Crockett did an economic analysis of Homer Simpson and the more than 100 jobs the character has held over the run of The Simpsons. Crockett’s analysis focuses primarily on how Homer’s income compared to that of the actual American middle class in the years the show has been on the air. Crockett’s […]

Great Job, Internet!: Homer Simpson’s many jobs haven’t made him a lot of d’oh!

Homer Simpson is one of the most notorious job hoppers in television history, with literally dozens of occupations on his résumé. It’s an aspect of his character that The Simpsons has lamp-shaded on numerous occasions. In a 2013 episode...Show More Summary

Overwatch's Tracer gets traced

Here is some good 3D chalk art coupled with a not-quite-accurate headline, but you understand what I was going for, right? I held a pen for the first time in a few months last night and drew Homer Simpson's head. In case you were wondering, being in a cast for months does not imbue you with magic drawing powers. Still bad.

Australian Driver’s Kitchenware Joyride Doesn’t Pan Out

Anything that happens in Australia is already sort of funny, because we all remember the Simpsons episode where the Aussie locals play knifey-spoony and Homer salutes the toilet. Well, from the land of Midnight Oil, Nicole Kidman and...Show More Summary

Check Out This Latest Set of Illustrations Featuring Bart Simpson In The Dopest Streetwear & Sneakers

Illustrator Olga Wójci has made a name for herself in the sneaker and streetwear world over recent months. In her work the illustrator imagines Bart and Homer Simpson as sneakerheads, decked out in the latest and greatest that the sneaker and streetwear world has released. In a recent update to her Instagram feed, the designer […]

Newswire: Jason Alexander to appear in a Simpsons episode about Trump University

The Simpsons has fully embraced the ridiculousness of this year’s presidential election, putting out a couple of shorts that poked fun at the inherent negativity in political debates and including a campaign ad that convinced Homer Simpson to officially declare that he’s a Democrat. Show More Summary

Trumpbart Now

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

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