Stephen Hawking has been honored by The Simpsons.
The astrophysicist had a number of cameos on the show in its now 29-season run, perhaps most notably in 1999 when he appeared at the end of the episode “They Saved Lisa’s Brain.”
The show ended Sunday’s episode with an image of Hawking in his now iconic helicopter and jet-powered wheelchair, complete with Lisa Simpson sitting on his lap.
The Simpsons’ executive producer Matt Selman, who called Hawking the show’s “most intelligent guest star,” posted the image on Twitter. Read more…
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So, the steamed hams skit in The Simpsons’ “22 Short Films About Springfield” is a pretty hot meme right now.
Also known as “Skinner & The Superintendent,” the scene featuring Superintendent Chalmers and Principal Skinner is one of the show’s funniest, but has landed an extra bit of comedic oomph thanks to the plethora of remixes by people on the internet.
In case you haven’t been keeping up, here’s the steamed hams skit performed to a custom Guitar Hero song, for some reason.
Or this guy who hasn’t seen The Simpsons before, so he improvises the whole scene in one take. Read more…
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The Simpsons, a show that has been on for approximately 75 years (didn’t double check but that feels right), has finally revealed the make and model of Homer’s classic pink sedan.
Finally, academics of the world can end the decades-long desperate search for this information.
In the Jan. 8 episode, titled “Pork and Burns,” a car wash employee refers to Homer’s car as a 1986 Plymouth Junkerola.
The pink sedan, Homer’s often horrendously damaged and inexplicably-repaired-the-next-week car, has been a point of debate amongst Simpsons fanatics for years. Read more…
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