The Simpsons has been on the air for almost 30 years, which means we've heard the word "D'oh" a LOT.
This is one of those videos you need to watch a good few times in order to fully appreciate it. On Friday, Cammy Duncan from Dundee, Scotland, shared a video of himself walking into a room and making a girl jump. SEE ALSO: 'Game of Thrones'...Show More Summary
The Simpsons used to be great, we got hilarious episodes like Homers Enemy, Mr. Plow, and Marge v. The Monorail. But without a doubt, one of the funniest moments is
After a rather fitting Halloween themed contest, the monthly Splatfest is back in the US with a random question. "Which do you prefer, Sci-fi or Fantasy?" I'm reminded of a famous Homer Simpson quote when looking at that header. That being said, I'm pretty much a total nerd, so I'll be in attendance. Read more...
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One of the creepiest (and funniest) ‘Treehouse of Horror’ installments yet The annual Halloween episodes of The Simpsons usually include a few moments that are truly spooky — and the newest installment features one of the creepiest,Show More Summary
The Golden Age of the The Simpsons may be long gone, but far be it from the long-running Fox animated series to remind us of the glory days. The latest reminder comes in the form of a mockumentary directed from Super Size Me director Morgan...Show More Summary
Homer's brush with baseball glory gets a 25th anniversary special.
He’s no Mayor Quimby, but Mayor de Blasio will still get a chance to be part of Springfield history.
"Homer at the Bat" is being memorialized by its own show in a unique way this weekend
You’ve heard Homer Simpson sputter “I’m going to Moe’s” a million times, and this year for Halloween, you can say the same thing and actually mean it. In the spirit of the holiday, REPLAY Lincoln Park (2833 N. Sheffield) is dressing up its rear bar as the infamous Moe’s Tavern from “The Simpsons,”...
Celebrating the 25th anniversary of "Homer at the Bat" The post Springfield of Dreams: The Legend of Homer Simpson to Air on FOX appeared first on ComingSoon.net.
It’s hard to believe that the classic Simpsons premiered 25 years ago episode “Homer at the Bat” this past February. The softball episode with many baseball references and guest voices remains one of the best episodes in its 600+ episode history. Show More Summary
This is not the chef’s first time in Springfield The 28th annual “Treehouse of Horror” episode of The Simpsons will involve a cannibal-themed segment called “Mmm... Homer” that will feature a cameo from America’s favorite ravioli-slinger, Mario Batali. Show More Summary
We love a good conspiracy theory — the X-Files kind, not the Trump kind. Enter Polybius, a 1981 arcade game that has been the subject of countless pop culture references — The Simpsons “Please Homer, Don’t Hammer ‘Em” ep, for starters — and urban legends amongst videogame geeks. The Polybius Conspiracy, a new seven-episode podcast […]
Recipes and stories from Philly’s beloved doughnut spot “Mmm, doughnuts. Is there anything they can’t do?” Homer Simpson’s famous quote kicks off Federal Donuts: The (Partially) True Spectacular Story, the new cookbook from the teamShow More Summary
If Homer Simpson were a lawyer, he'd have said 'd'oh' and that would've been the end of it. But among the many mistakes Homer has made, he never sent a confidential email to a Wall Street Journal reporter. That's why this lawyer story is not going away. WilmerHale accidentally......
MSNBC’s Mika Brzezinski compared President Donald Trump to the hapless Homer Simpson during “Morning Joe” segment on the possibility that former FBI director James Comey could be prosecuted. White House press secretary Sarah Huckabee Sanders suggested Tuesday that the Department...
Start working on saying “Mmm, donuts” in your best Homer Simpson voice. The JW Marriott Desert Springs Resort & Spa in Palm Springs, California, has decided the best way to attract millennials to their desert outpost is to lure them with donuts–like the bait in some sort of sugar-filled Bugs Bunny trap. Show More Summary