For anyone who's ever tried to assemble IKEA furniture, or something like it, here's an opportunity to truly relate to Homer Simpson. The couch gag for "The Simpsons" season finale Sunday pitted the cartoon pop against a deconstructed...Show More Summary
It's okay. We've all been there, Homer. For people who have faced the darkest demons of their own domesticity—their willingness to forsake the endless splendor of the natural world for three bedrooms and two bathrooms in a reasonably...Show More Summary
his past week saw the iconic FOX comedy do what no cartoon has ever dared to try before: a live broadcast. The event managed to astonish fans all around the world, and it has raised one serious question: how the hell did they manage to pull that off?Click To Continue Reading
After 27 seasons of The Simpsons, by now poor Marge should be inured to her husband Homer’s hapless, misguided, and yet still sincere romantic gestures. He’s been making them since before they were married. Remember that piping-hot onion...Show More Summary
Homer Simpson will be licking his lips. That's because beer-infused pizza is now a thing. Mmmmm. One Pizza Hut restaurant in north London, England, is launching a one-day trial of the bizarre combo on Friday. And if enough people dig...Show More Summary
Intriguing Headline of the Day: Hilarious Short Animation Shows the Random Ways You Can Die In Space At the end of The Simpsons episode this past Sunday, Homer Simpson took live questions from viewers. It went surprisingly well. The 1980s were a high water mark for weird and terrible sci-fi television series. Show More Summary
The May 15, 2016 episode of The Simpsons featured a three-minute segment where Homer Simpson answered questions from viewers live. The episode centered on Homer taking an improv class to help with his public speaking, and it marked the first time the animated character appeared live on the show. Both the east coast and west […]
Now we know. Sorry, New York. At least you’ll always be number one in our hearts.
Er, kind of It's one of the most hotly contested debates in the culinary universe: Which pizza reigns supreme, New York-style or Chicago deep dish? Loyalists on both sides have thrown countless jabs at the opposition, but Chicago's beloved...Show More Summary
At the end of the latest episode of The Simpsons, Dan Castellaneta took live calls from viewers while MoCap synched the animation. The result was pretty impressive, though the questions were just as vacuous as Homer’s answers. West coast feed here. Int’l feed here.
"I prefer Chicago deep dish," Homer Simpson declared in a live "Simpsons" show Sunday. [ more › ]
Having been on the air for over 26 years, Homer Simpson has been through a lot of elections.
Homer Simpson often stuffs his face with doughnuts, cheeseburgers and, yes, pizza. Now he has finally settled the food fight between the pizza heavyweights: Chicago deep dish versus New York-style thin crust. In a "Simprovised" episode Sunday, the animated Fox show had Homer Simpson take live viewer...
For the first time ever, after some 26 years on the air, The Simpsons hit a new milestone for an animated series by going live on Sunday night. For three minutes, Homer Simpson—voiced by Dan Castellaneta—fielded phone calls from fans during both the East and West Coast broadcasts and offered his opinion on the U.S. Show More Summary
Adobe Character Animator created a live episode of the Simpsons with the animated characters improvising in real-time.
Okay, let’s get the gimmick out of the way first. Thank you, Frinkiac. The much ballyhooed, three-minute “Homer comes alive” segment at the end of “Simprovised” was more adorable than hilarious. No doubt an enormous pain in the ass to...Show More Summary
The Simpsons did the unthinkable: it went live. Yes, a cartoon went live. At the end of the Sunday, May 15 episode, Homer Simpson (Dan Castellaneta) answered live fan questions for three...
Seeing three minutes of Homer Simpson on a Simpsons show might not seem like a big deal if the three minutes he's doing this Sunday weren't going to be live. Yup, that's the plan. For the last three minutes of Sunday's 8 p.m. telecast,...Show More Summary
In the latest episode of The Simpsons Homer finds a Morgan 3-Wheeler in his garage because after 27 seasons, who even cares anymore. Enjoy musical number “Chubby Dude In A Tiny Car” and a guest appearance by Jay Leno. Yeah, go ahead and watch it here! Not still at work, are you? Read more...
SUNDAY Live from Springfield! Through the magic of technology, the always-animated Homer (voice of Dan Castellaneta) will answer a handful of viewers’ pre-selected questions in real time during the final three minutes of a new episode of “The Simpsons.” 8 p.m. Fox Journalist Katie Couric tackles...