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From EW: See the Simpsons-Family Guy Crossover

From EW: See the Simpsons-Family Guy Crossover

Originally posted 07/27/2014 06:25PM

It's just as funny as you'd think

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15 TV Kitchens We'd Love to Cook In | Friends

15 TV Kitchens We'd Love to Cook In

Originally posted 06/18/2014 03:00PM

But only if we get to hang out with the Huxtables, the Keatons, the Simpsons and more!

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UpdatePosted 04/07/2014 05:00PM

Watch: The Simpsons Pays Tribute to David Letterman with Couch Gag

Originally posted 04/07/2014 03:00PM

[YOUTUBE "ldhf30YtWkI"] The Simpsons rarely fails to comment on a major pop-culture event, so it wasn't surprising that the show paid tribute to David Letterman's departure from the Late Show.

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UpdatePosted 03/11/2014 04:30PM

See The Simpsons's Last Goodbye to Mrs. Krabappel

Originally posted 03/11/2014 02:00PM

We all miss Edna Krabappel, but not as much as her husband.

The Simpsons already paid tribute to the actress who voiced the character, the late Marcia Wallace, back in November, but it was done with one of the show's iconic chalkboard gags. This post-episode clip is a little more involved, and a lot more touching.

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The Simpsons Claims to Have Predicted the Super Bowl's Broncos-Seahawks Matchup

Originally posted 02/02/2014 04:00PM

It was one of The Simpsons's opening-act throwaway story lines, but now it's proved unintentionally prophetic.

In the comedy classic's 17th season premiere, "Bonfire of the Manatees," patriarch Homer Simpson loses his savings in a bad bet on a football match, which just so happens to concern the Denver Broncos and Seattle Seahawks, the two teams matched up in Sunday's Super Bowl.

In the 2005 episode, the Broncos ended up winning 19-14, to the consternation of Homer, who was forced to use the family home as a set for a pornographic film to pay off his gambling debt. (And that's only act I. Eventually manatees did get involved.)

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A Brief Photographic History of Chia Pets

Originally posted 01/15/2014 02:00PM

A Mickey Mouse Chia planter Photo by: Courtesy Chia
A Brief Photographic History of Chia Pets| The Simpsons, Barack Obama
The makers of the Chia Pet recently announced the introduction of Mickey Mouse and Winnie the Pooh-licensed Chia Pets. (Also Chia Willie and Chia Uncle Si from Duck Dynasty.) So we're looking back at Chias that have come before.

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What Your Favorite Supporting Simpsons Character Says About You

What Your Favorite Supporting Simpsons Character Says About You

Originally posted 01/09/2014 08:00AM

The Simpsons began its 25th season in September, and Dec. 17, 2014, will be the show's 25th anniversary. Seeing as we're between those two milestones, we'll be taking any opportunity to celebrate America's favorite family.

With this feature, we decided to bypass the main members of the Simpson family and focus on the supporting characters – it's more fun figuring out if you're a Barney or an Otto than a Homer or Marge, anyway. Enjoy!

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The Silliest Workout Scenes In Under Two Minutes

The Silliest Workout Scenes In Under Two Minutes

Originally posted 01/02/2014 04:00AM

You'll get tight abs just laughing at these hilarious TV and movie moments


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See How The Simpsons Bid Farewell to Mrs. Krabappel | Marcia Wallace

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UpdatePosted 11/04/2013 07:00PM

The Simpsons Bids Farewell to Marcia Wallace and Mrs. Krabappel

Originally posted 11/04/2013 01:00PM

One of the hallmarks of The Simpsons has been the show's chalkboard gag: The audience is introduced to Bart Simpson as he scrawls some message repeatedly on a chalkboard during detention.

Through the show's history, the tone of the chalkboard gag has veered from pop culture commentary ("I can't see dead people") to sheer absurdity ("The First Amendment does not cover burping").

But this week's episode was different.

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Marcia Wallace, Simpsons and Bob Newhart Show Actress, Dies at 70

Originally posted 10/26/2013 09:55AM

Marcia Wallace, the voice of The Simpsons Edna Krabappel and the wise-cracking secretary on The Bob Newhart Show, died on Friday. She was 70.

Her friend Cathryn Michon says that Wallace died "due to complications from breast cancer of which she was a long and proud survivor and advocate for women and healing," according to Deadline.

The Emmy-winning actress, who found fame as Newhart's foil Carol Kester in his 1970s sitcom, was first diagnosed with breast cancer in 1985.

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