Simpsons exhibit is baseball shrine to honour 25th anniversary of “Homer at the Bat” episode.
Well, Mr. Burns had done it, the power plant had won it... Back in February, it was announced that the Baseball Hall of Fame would pay tribute to “Homer at the Bat,” the classic Simpsons episode that aired 25 years ago and featured A-list MLB players like Ken Griffey Jr., Don Mattingly, and Roger Clemens. Show More Summary
There was one small error on Homer's plaque
There was one small error on Homer’s plaque
Welcome to the Baseball Hall of Fame, Homer Simpson. Yes, you read that correctly. Homer Jay Simpson, the cartoon character from “The Simpsons,” has become an inducted member of baseball’s most hallowed halls, plaque and all. Okay, not really. The induction ceremony, which took place Saturday morning in Cooperstown, N.Y., was part of an event […]
Homer Simpson, an 'inept safety inspector turned city-wide softball hero,' is enshrined in Cooperstown
LEADING OFF: Homer Simpson hits Hall of Fame, Keuchel back
25 years after he lead the Springfield Nuclear Power Plant softball team to its historic city championship, Homer Simpson is finally getting the recognition he’s always deserved. He’s being inducted into the Major […] The post Homer Simpson Will Be Inducted Into The Baseball Hall Of Fame appeared first on Geek.com.
The Hall of Fame will honor "The Simpsons" on May 27 to celebrate the 25th anniversary of the show's "Homer at the Bat" episode.
As an animated character, Mike Scioscia will live forever. This is not the kind of animation you see in his face when he goes jaw to jaw with an umpire. This is the animation that made him a cartoon catcher, in a beloved episode of “The Simpsons” that first aired 25 years ago and pays him residuals...
This is one of the most remarkable, hilarious, jaw-droppingly candid and affecting memoirs I have read for some time —…
Cooperstown will pay tribute to "Homer at the Bat"
Life is a never-ending parade of indignities, an assault on your basic sense of self that you are duty-bound to stave off, one day at a time, with whatever means necessary. For Homer Simpson, that often means retiring to the sanctity of Moe’s Tavern, a quiet watering hole where he can consume shitty beer in peace. Show More Summary
Fans know that the Simpsons’ approach to time is almost as fluid as its grip on space; hence—to pick an example based on nothing except how much it irritates us—Homer and Marge’s history as young lovers in both the 1970s and the 1990s. Show More Summary
For a guy who has battled morbid obesity, Homer J. Simpson has had a surprising amount of experience with sports.
It looks like White House was in total chaos following the news that Donald Trump fired FBI Director James Comey. How bad was it? Too crazy for words. SEE ALSO: Someone put Sean Spicer's face on that GIF of Homer Simpson hiding in the...Show More Summary
White House press secretary Sean Spicer reportedly hid among the bushes at the White House to avoid reporters after news broke that Trump fired FBI director James Comey. Sound familiar? SEE ALSO: Sean Spicer can hide in the bushes, but he can't hide from the internet mocking him Yep. Show More Summary
In an anything-can-happen setting like The Simpsons’ Springfield, it’s a good creative move to establish some rules. Not for the entire show, necessarily—the series’ animated world allows its characters the freedom to conform only to what the writers think they can get away with. Show More Summary
“If something’s hard to do, it ain’t worth doing.” - Homer Simpson Sounds wrong, but it’s a condemnation of complicated software.
In the most recent Simpsons episode, there's a spoof of Pokemon GO. The episode aired here just fine, but the episode isn't going to see the light of day in Russia. The episode features Homer wandering into a church to play the game, which is where Russian clerics take issue. Their outcry has lead to the channel which airs The Simpsons to decide not to back this episode.