In the wise words of our favourite beer enthusiast Homer Simpson: “I’m gonna drink lots of beer and stay out all night.” But in true nomad style, all around the world. Ladies and gents (who says beer is solely a man’s drink?), l... via JustLuxe.com
To celebrate the 600th episode of The Simpsons, talk show host Jimmy Kimmel took a tour of Springfield with its most famous resident, Homer Simpson. Hit the jump to watch the two-minute animated segment. Enjoy the Jimmy Kimmel Simpsons Springfield tour video now, after the jump. Show More Summary
To celebrate the 600th episode of The Simpsons, Jimmy Kimmel took a tour of Springfield with its most famous resident, Homer Simpson. This coming Sunday night will mark the 600th episode of “The Simpsons.” In honor of their anniversary, Jimmy gets a private tour of Springfield from none other than Homer J. Simpson himself. Related […]
FIRST Pikachu, now Homer Simpson. Could SpongeBob or a Minion be next? Because iconic yellow cartoon characters will apparently be our highly visible guides into our techno-entertainment future. On Sunday night, just several months after virtual Pokemon took the real world by storm, we were treated to another step of cartoon trailblazing from the realm […]
Homer Simpson shows up at the polls, only to discover a couple of obstacles to voting, in a new promo for "The Simpsons." The post Homer Simpson Discovers Voted Fraud (and Putin) at Polling Place appeared first on CBR.com.
In America's circus of an election year, the world of The Simpsons seems to be inching closer and closer to reality. In fact, it may have even gone beyond the bizarro world of Springfield, with creator Matt Groening recently dubbing Donald Trump's candidacy "beyond satire." In a new clip, the show takes us to election day where Mr. Show More Summary
The Huffington Post recaps: “The Simpsons” takes aim at GOP nominee Donald Trump’s reportedly cozy relationship with Russian president Vladimir Putin in a new web short. Homer Simpson is about to vote for Democratic nominee Hillary Clinton...Show More Summary
In honor of “The Simpsons” forthcoming 600th episode, late night TV host Jimmy Kimmel gets a private tour of Springfield from Homer J. Simpson himself, visiting the power plants, Moe’s and more. The 600-episode milestone will air this Sunday night at 8pm ET with the annual Halloween themed “Treehouse of Horror” installment. Be sure to […]
“The Simpsons” takes aim at GOP nominee Donald Trump’s reportedly cozy relationship with Russian president Vladimir Putin in a new web short. Homer Simpson is about to vote for Democratic nominee Hillary Clinton at the polls when he becomes suspicious of a Red Sox fan in front of him in line. “Good businessman, never sleeps. Show More Summary
We LOVE a good crossover! Seeing as how The Simpsons is currently in its 28th season, it's no surprise the show is coming up on episode 600 on Sunday with Treehouse of Horror XXVII — and Jimmy Kimmel is helping them celebrate! On Thursday night, Jimmy mentioned the animated hit's upcoming landmark ep during his monologue when [...]
Sure Homer, Marge, Bart, and Lisa get most of the attention, but Mr. Burns and Ralph Wiggum have their moments as well.
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In “You Only Move Twice,” the second episode of The Simpsons’ eighth season, Homer quits his job and moves his family to a town called Cypress Creek. He starts working for an exceedingly charming and charismatic man named Hank Scorpio...Show More Summary
Jimmy Kimmel became the newest character on “The Simpsons” on Thursday. The comedian transported an animated version of himself through a television set to Springfield, where Homer Simpson himself gave him a whistle stop tour aroundShow More Summary
As a white Jimmy/James on late night, Jimmy Kimmel is used to being the big kahuna with the couch people come to, but not so on Thursday's Jimmy Kimmel Live!. Instead, Kimmel popped through the boob tube and into Homer Simpson's living room in honor of The Simpsons' 600th episode. ... More »
This coming Sunday night will mark the 600th episode of “The Simpsons.” In honor of their anniversary, Jimmy gets a private tour of Springfield from none other than Homer J. Simpson himself. From The Simpsons
The late-night host manages to offend the family patriarch: "Hey, don't judge me just 'cause I never washed a pacifier or know how old my daughter is." read more
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Alan Siegel wrote about The Simpsons villain Hank Scorpio and the episode “You Only Move Twice” for The Ringer, and talked to showrunner Josh Weinstein about Homer Simpson’s “Yes, once,” line when Scorpio asks if he’s ever seen a guy say goodbye to his shoe before. Show More Summary