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It’s more than a little amazing how quickly a show can grab headlines while preparing for Season 27. During this summer we have “learned” that Marge and Homer are splitting up. We’ve all been waiting patiently since then for a public comment from Marge and Homer to assuage our fears and tell us everything is going to be alright again.
When it was announced that The Simpsons would put Homer and Marge through a legal separation in Season 27, most sane fans understood this would just be a one-episode plotline that would resolve itself. But apparently a lot of backlash happened.
When a show has been on the air for a quarter century, there are urges to completely change things up as much as possible, and it looks like one of America’s favorite families is getting a huge shake-up, as Marge and Homer will be legally separated next season.
The Simpsons, in its 26 seasons, has produced so many killer jokes that guessing favorites would be akin to differentiating snowflakes. Arrow and The Flash writer Andrew Kreisberg,revealed the best piece he ever wrote for the animated hit.
In the past 26 years, The Simpsons has delivered seemingly thousands of different recurring characters, gags and situations, and one of the most beloved of the bunch is going to come to an unexpected fruition in Season 27, when Sideshow Bob will finally kill Bart Simpson.
Fans of The Simpsons were dealt a heavy blow last week when it was revealed longtime voice actor Harry Shearer would be leaving the series, opening the door for another actor to step in. And that actor may have already reared his yellow head,
When it was announced last week that The Simpsons would be extending its run through Season 28, at the very least, fans cheered. But then it came out that star Harry Shearer was holding out due to contract negotiations, and it seems like it's gotten worse.
Fox has already made some early renewal orders, and this week the network announced that its longest running comedy, The Simpsons, will be back next season. But that’s not all.
Everything is most certainly not coming up Milhouse this week. In one of the more depressing Simpsons announcements that had nothing to do with someone’s death, Fox will no longer be bringing seasons of the long-lasting animated comedy to DVD in the future. I feel like jumping into a gorge now.
TV comedies have been full of amazing couples over the years that we’d love to have spent more time with, but then there are those that we can only assume are absolute horrors to live with. Here are ten couples that each personify in different ways all of the things that we would abhor in a dual-roommate system.
Pop culture was moved in a big way following the death of Sam Simon, a television veteran and renowned philanthropist who was most famous for co-developing The Simpsons alongside James L. Brooks and Matt Groening. Here are ten of the most touching reactions.
Homer Simpson has been called a lot of things over The Simpsons’ 26 years on the air, and most of them have been negative. Somehow, showers of “physics super genius” praise haven’t often fallen on the character. But there was that one time when he was just that.
Of all the ways that the Internet has made life more amazing, bizarre fan theories-gone-viral continue to add extraneous intrigue to our favorite slices of pop culture. And this Simpsons theory sounded truly ridiculous, but was it?
If someone would have asked me in which country were people most fervent about The Simpsons, I probably would have said the U.S. or England. But apparently Bolivia is the real center of Simpsons mania, as there was recently a massive series-related protest in the nation
For nearly its entire run, The Simpsons has been notable for its myriad guest stars, but the past year as seen the long-running comedy making its own guest spots in other shows. The latest includes creator Matt Groening heading up to the wild and preservative-free world of Portlandia. Get your first look here.