Homer delivers an elevator baby—and The Simpsons does precious little with it.
There’s a structural problem nibbling away at the core of The Simpsons. Being new to this beat, I can’t state for sure that it’s unique to this season, but, in most of the episodes this year, there’s been an inordinate amount of time spent on pre- and post-credits gags. Show More Summary
Homer Simpson, using the name Charles Barry, used his father’s badge to get discounted doughnuts at a Dunkin’ Donuts franchise in Florida. I guess the cops thought that was serious enough to have an undercover cop waiting for him, according to ABC News; “Yesterday, we had an undercover deputy in the store,” Pasco County Sheriff’s […]
In this Sunday's episode of "The Simpsons," Elisabeth Moss plays a pregnant woman who gets the unlikeliest OBGYN imaginable: Homer, of course. Shudder.
It’s hypnotic, like Homer Simpson on a treadmill or a rotten hot dog spinning in 7-Eleven. Denizens of the Internet, who know a thing or two about stroking, tell me the bearded fellow is Dan Bilzerian, a “venture capitalist, beard enthusiast,...Show More Summary
Alcohol, the cause of, and solution to, all of life’s problems. And yes, physical damage to your phone does indeed qualify as a life problem. Alcohol has doubtless been the cause of many phone-related incidents. Now it’s coming in on the solution side, with the Duff Beer iPhone 5/5S Case. Show More Summary
In the latest couch gag on "The Simpsons," animation's first family goes on a "Hobbit"-sized adventure through Middle Earth, looking for a place for Homer to nap.
Homer Simpson never looked this beat. French artist and graphic designer Pierre-Yves Riveau, known as PEZ, has released a series of sketches that imagine sinewy and dilapidated versions of beloved pop culture characters. The series,Show More Summary
Fox has released an early peek at the November 3rd episode of The Simpsons. Well, maybe not a peek so much as the entire minute-and-a-half long couch gag, which places Marge in the role of Gandalf and Homer as Thorin Oakenshield. Sure, he's not as dreamy as Richard Armitage, but he still gets the job done.
We tend to think of the shows we see on television as all taking place in their separate little universes, and for good reason. There is nothing more absurd than to think of Homer Simpson going over to Downton Abbey for tea, of Tyrion...Show More Summary
Every episode of The Simpson’s has a new variation on the couch gag at the beginning. This weekend, Matt Groening‘s crew of animators are taking that gag to J. R. R. Tolkien‘s Middle Earth. What Hobbit characters did The Simpson’s regulars morph into? The Simpson’s has been on the air since 1989. That’s a long […]
Homer Simpson and his family go on a journey to the The Comfy Couch in a parody of The Hobbit in the couch gag for “Four Regrettings and a Funeral,” an upcoming episode of The Simpsons set to air on November 3rd, 2013. video via Animation Domination via Wired
Here are some funny bits from Homer Simpson's highly ineffective elementary school teacher, Edna Krabappel, who was voiced by actress Marcia Wallace who passed away last week. Via Eric Zorn at the Chicago Tribune.
Homer Simpson might not be the sharpest tool in the shed, true. But if you pay close attention to "The Simpsons," you may notice that the writers behind the long-running animated comedy are gigantic math geeks. That's the word from Simon Singh, a best-selling author with a Ph.D. Show More Summary
In The Simpsons and Their Mathematical Secrets, which comes out today, Simon Singh shows how a series of brilliant Simpsons writers have made the beloved cartoon series smarter about math and science than you ever would have guessed....Show More Summary
The Simpsons will air a World Cup-themed episode in March next year, Fox has announced. The hit cartoon will see Homer end up as a World Cup referee, and get involved with match-fixers. From the official statement: Scheduled to air in...Show More Summary
The Simpsons have, over their quarter-century existance, done episodes dedicated to every sport. From baseball (the legendary 'Homer at the Bat' and the underrated late-season 'MoneyBart') to football (there's an episode dedicated to it, but let's all just remember Joe Namath's haircut inspiring Homer's mom to become an anarchist) to hockey. Show More Summary
Much like Homer Simpson’s jiggling on a treadmill, Angelika Fajcht fake-playing her guitar is hypnotic. Fajcht joined Patricia “Patty” D?utkiewicz for a performance of D?utkiewicz’s hit song, “Krzyk,” on Poland’s Good Morning TVN recently, and by joined, I mean, she lightly stroked her upside-down prop guitar. Show More Summary
In terms of cartoon greats, Homer Simpson is about as good as it gets. He's responsible for one of the most classic catch phrases of all time, a jingle that is virtually impossible to get out of your head, and isn't afraid of openlyShow More Summary
To paraphrase Homer Simpson, he who tires of Jay Z impressions tires of life. (Also, Jay Pharoah would be out of a job). Ry Doon is a Boston-based comic whose Vine feed is filled with video after video of Doon doing his best Jay Z impression. Show More Summary