Putting all of a country's dream home ideas into one design could easily result in abomination, an architectural version of the bubble-domed, smooth-driving "Homer" car from The Simpsons.
Buzz Aldrin, who you might know from his outstanding guest starring roles in the classic Deep Space Homer episode of The Simpsons and in that 30 Rock where he and Liz Lemon yell at the moon, also did this other thing once where he was the second human being to walk on the moon. In [...]
“Bart Star” (season nine, episode six; originally aired 11/09/1997) In which it’s very easy to criticize (fun, too)... It would be easy, and somewhat accurate, to describe Homer Simpson as a bad father. He’s selfish, dismissive, and generally refuses to take any interest in his children’s lives unless prompted or provoked. Show More Summary
Everybody jokes about tightie whities, even though most men secretly have a pair. Think about it: Homer Simpson, Bob Belcher, and Peter Griffin all wear white briefs under their humdrum clothes. Thus, tightie whities are for men who just don’t care how they look — at least, that’s what you’re made to believe. If you’re […]
Homer Economicus: The Simpsons and Economics In Homer Economicus a cast of lively contributors takes a field trip to Springfield, where the Simpsons reveal that economics is everywhere. By exploring the hometown of television's first family, this book provides readers with the economic tools and insights to guide them at...
It's always time for Duff! Homer Simpson's ale of choice, Duff Beer, is finally hopping off the small screen and into stores. -- This feed and its contents are the property of The Huffington Post, and use is subject to our terms. It may be used for personal consumption, but may not be distributed on a website.
After decades of shutting down impostors, Fox is brewing Homer's favorite beer.
This is actually awesome! Pretty soon, Homer Simpson won't be the only one who can crack open a Duff at the end of a long day! 20th Century Fox is joining the alcoholic beverage game, by developing an official brand for the famed beer from the hit animated series, The Simpsons. [ Related: South Park Got Renewed [...]
Found this in the archives today. It’s faint, but readable. And it shows that Homer Simpson is real and evidently worked in the Fermi reactor in Michigan during the 1960s. Sorry for the large size, I wanted to make it as readable as possible. Further documents suggest it was in fact a beer can.
Duff Beer, Homer Simpson’s brain killer of choice, is one of the most iconic fictitious beers in pop-culture history. For years brewers have been trying to capitalize on the beer’s fame and appeal, only to be shut down by 21st Century Fox lawyers. Right now the only official Duff anyone... More »
Mmm beer... A licensed version of Homer Simpsons' lowbrow alcoholic beverage of choice is headed for Chile, with other South American and European markets to follow. The Wall Street Journal reports 21st Century Fox has developed an official...Show More Summary
Duff Beer, the popular drink featured in The Simpsons, is reportedly going to be sold in the real world sooner than you might think! According to the Wall Street Journal, Homer Simpson’s favorite beverage will go far above and beyond the boundaries of Springfield. Show More Summary
Duff Beer for me, Duff Beer for you
Ahead of this afternoon’s campaign stop in Phoenix, The Donald dominates the print and Web editions of Arizona’s leading newspaper. The Gannett publication has all the angles covered, right down to Homer Simpson’s recent magical journey through...Show More Summary
Homer Simpson's drink of choice — Duff Beer — is becoming a reality. The iconic brew will initially be offered in Chile, "with plans to roll out to more of South America and Europe by early next year," The Wall Street Journal reports. Show More Summary
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Every so often, The Simpsons will work against its criminally slow production schedule and churn out a bit of hyper-topical content, like that time back in 2012 when Mr. Burns went out of his frail, billionaire way to publicly endorse Mitt Romney. Show More Summary
In The Simpsons world, the Gummi Venus de Milo, carved by gummi artisans, was the rarest gummi in the world—at least until Homer ate it. Now, there's a real-life version of the Gummi Venus, created by artist Katy Hargrove. To createShow More Summary
In a new promo clip for an upcoming episode of "The Simpsons," the show spoofs Trump's presidential announcement -- and it's brilliant. The minute-and-a-half clip shows Homer being paid $50 to act as a Trump supporter (because, as he...Show More Summary