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The Simpsons

  1. The Simpsons Spoof Minecraft With Couch Gag, and David Letterman Gets an Early Retirement Present

    "We flew you in and put you up for that? I think we're done here."

    Last night's episode of The Simpsons started with a Minecraft version of the opening couch gag, but perhaps more impressive is that the team of animators also managed to turn around a David Letterman tribute between his retirement announcement Thursday and Friday when the video went up on YouTube.

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  2. The Lego Movie Meets The Simpsons In This Wonderful Video

    You got your LEGO in my Simpsons! You got your Simpsons in my LEGO!

    This is exactly what we were hoping for when we heard about the Simpsons-themed LEGO set: hilarious stop-motion videos of couch gags. Thankfully, the Internet has delivered for us in spades, starting with this great mash-up that teams Homer up with the latest in doofy everyman protagonists, Emmett from The Lego Movie.

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  3. Watch The Simpsons‘ Final Farewell to Mrs. Krabappel

    I'm In A Glass Case of Emotion

    Simpsons veteran Marcia Wallace, who passed away last October, got a touching tribute in the epilogue of Sunday's episode. Let her widow Ned Flanders and bully Nelson Muntz provide you with some feels on this fine Tuesday. (via: The Jane Dough) Are you following The Mary Sue on Twitter, Facebook, Tumblr, Pinterest, & Google +?

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  4. Things We Saw Today: Wonder Woman As a Peanut

    Things We Saw Today

    What it says on the tin. Some of Steve Casino's other superhero peanut portraits can be seen at That's Nerdalicious.

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  5. Things We Saw Today: Ellen’s Oscar Selfie, Simpsons‘d

    Things We Saw Today

    Damn you, Bradley Cooper. I knew he looked too nice. (Twitter, via Deadline)

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  6. Things We Saw Today: A Mario Kart You Can Use

    Things We Saw Today

    How was this not a thing before?? (via Geekosystem) 

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  7. Artist Makes Your Childhood Icons Twisted and Nightmare-Inducing

    Things to Do With Your Kids

    Or not, in some cases. We know from Sylvain Sarrailh's previous set of illustrations that, while he's good at reimagining childhood favorites in such a way as to make them completely terrifying (Ariel), a lot of his illustrations are just... pretty damned awesome, full-stop. To wit: His take on The Legend of Zelda. I don't want to spoil it for you, but it's the first one behind the cut, and you definitely want to see it. (via: Kotaku)

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  8. Metal Fans Are Mad That The Simpsons Called Judas Priest “Death Metal” And Here’s Why

    Don't have a cow, man.

    It's hard for most comedy writers to admit mistakes, especially when those mistakes are incredibly pedantic in nature. But that's what last night's episode of The Simpsons did, copping to a faulty few lines of dialogue that mis-genred (that's a thing, right?) Judas Priest and upset a whole bunch of metal fans.

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  9. Spot the References In This Simpsons Tribute to Miyazaki

    Submitted For Your Approval

    There are a lot of them. Hopefully someone will go through and identify all the fiddly ones like MoviePilot did with the Guillermo del Toro intro (link autoplays). Are you following The Mary Sue on Twitter, Facebook, Tumblr, Pinterest, & Google +?

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  10. Ok, This Official Lego The Simpsons Set is Pretty Amazing

    And I'll Form the Head!

    All Lego really had to do with its The Simpsons license was make a set, so it's frankly even more impressive that this set is so big, so detailed, and so versatile. Lego basically made an intricate The Simpsons dollhouse that you can build from scratch. And apparently the transaction works both ways, because The Simpsons will be airing a Lego episode in May, featuring Springfield in Lego form.

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  11. The Mary Sue Exclusive Clip: Nancy Cartwright, Voice of Bart Simpson, in I Know That Voice

    The Mary Sue Exclusive

    The folks behind the voice acting documentary I Know That Voice offered us some clips of Nancy Cartwright, voice of Chuckie Finster, Rufus on Kim Possible, and, of course, Bart, Maggie, Nelson, Todd Flanders, Ralph Wiggum, The Simpsons, and who were we to refuse? I Know That Voice will hit on demand services on January 7th. Check out a second clip below!

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  12. You’ll Be Able To Stream The Simpsons For The First Time Soon Thanks To Lots Of Money Changing Hands

    Good News Everyone!

    I can't remember the last time I watched a current episode of The Simpsons but I certainly was a fan back in the day. That's why hearing I may soon be able to stream ALL 24 SEASONS whenever I want has got me pretty excited. 

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  13. Things We Saw Today: The Simpsons Pays Tribute to Marcia Wallace

    Things We Saw Today

    Bart's usual blackboard gag was replaced by the above image in the opening credits of yesterday's episode. Marcia Wallace, who played Ms. Krabappel, passed away on October 25th. (The Jane Dough)

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  14. Things We Saw Today: Sailor Scout Wonder Woman

    Things We Saw Today

    See more of Vaneda Vireak's illustrations of DC superheroines as Sailor Scouts on her Tumblr.

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  15. Marge Is Gandalf In The Simpsons Hobbit Couch Gag

    There And Back Again

    I kind of want them to make a whole movie now. Are you following The Mary Sue on Twitter, Facebook, Tumblr, Pinterest, & Google +?

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  16. The Simpsons: An Unexpected Hobbit Couch Gag

    Oh boy, it's actually funny!

    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.

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  17. Simpsons Actress Marcia Wallace Passes Away

    so long and thanks for all the fish

    Comedienne Marcia Wallace, best known as Mrs. Krabappel from The Simpsons, has died at the age of 70.

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  18. A Little Love For The Bald Characters Of Pop Culture

    Meanwhile...

    A friend was lamenting to me just last night there weren't enough bald characters to dress up as for Halloween. These creations from Mr. Peruca prove otherwise. He calls the series, "Notorious Baldies." Much like with footwear, apparently heads are pretty distinct. Even without their faces.

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  19. Someone Found All The Horror References In Guillermo Del Toro’s Simpsons Intro [VIDEO]

    Good News Everyone!

    Just the other day we showed you the amazingly detailed Guillermo del Toro intro to the upcoming "Treehouse of Horror" episode of The Simpsons. The folks at MoviePilot decided to go through it with a fine-tooth comb and label every reference they could find. Apparently commenters found a few more but I think they deserve a huge round of applause because, woah. The video autoplays (stop that, people!) so we've placed it after the jump.

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  20. Watch Guillermo del Toro’s Simpsons Intro, Full of Pan’s Labyrinth Allusions

    and let it be known

    The fantasy/horror master's extended Halloween-themed Simpsons intro has been released online, and yes, it's a loving homage to the history of horror in cinema, but is also chock full of references to Guillermo del Toro's most geek beloved movies. And Hypnotoad. (Warning! This video plays automatically!)

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