The writers of 'The Simpsons' have proved to be rather prescient, predicting the future many times during the show's 20+ year lifespan.
Aaron Judge, Joe Buck, and Tim Gunn weigh in on Homer Simpson's legendary moment at the plate.
In the season 29 premiere of The Simpsons, TV’s favorite animated family got the Game of Thrones treatment. Spoofing the popular HBO series, Fox’s long-running series pulled inspiration from the world of Westeros for a fantastical episode titled “The Serfsons.” In the magically medieval premiere, Marge's mother is turned into an Ice Walker and the only way for Homer to afford the cure is to force Lisa to use illegal magic. When the King discovers this, he kidnaps Lisa and…
The star, who claims "The Simpsons" could run for another 20-plus years, puts her comedic vocal skills on display.
A Twitter account matches Simpsons scenes to the movies they parallel in an uncanny showcase of the show's prescience.
Dismiss ‘The Simpsons’ simply as a cartoon for kids at your peril. Donald Trump may only be a presidential candidate hopeful right now, but his ambition was foreseen by this classic ‘Simpsons’ episode where Bart was shown his future by a Native American. Simon Singh, the author of a book titled ‘The Simpsons and their Mathematical Secrets’, claims Homer Simpson predicted the mass of the Higgs Boson particle 14 years before it was actually figured out for real by scientists at the Large Hadron Collider.
Spider-Pig fans, listen up… a second Simpsons movie could be on the cards. The executive producer of the longest-running animated series of all time, none other than James L. Brooks, has teased the possibility.
Think cartoons are just for kids? You might reconsider after revisiting some of these supremely off-colour moments from some of the most famous cartoon shows ever. Image credits: Nickelodeon/Cartoon Network/Fox
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