Hank Azaria appeared on Stephen Colbert’s show last night to promote that show Brockmire that people keep talking to me about in the same way they talk about Billions and SMILF—you know, with lines like “it’s actually really good” and “I know, I know, but watch it.”
The Simpsons, a series that has somehow endured beyond 1999, finally addressed comedian Hari Kondabolu’s criticism that Apu Nahasapeemapetilon perpetuates a stereotype that has haunted a generation of brown kids in America. The show’s creators, unsurprisingly, offered a bad response to critiques of a white man…
A new short from The Simpsons spoofs the first 100 days of Donald Trump’s presidency and also makes me wonder if we’re beyond using satire as a tool against this idiot.
Based on Hillary Clinton’s 2008 “3 a.m. phone call” campaign ad, The Simpsons have released a campaign video meant to parody the concept. As it turns out, the video primarily lampoons Donald Trump (that’s fine!).
Today is National Cat Day, and the question on literally everyone’s mind is, “Am I a cat lady?” Well, rack your brain no longer, because we have created a quiz that will help you answer that question once and for all.
The upcoming 27th season of The Simpsons is getting really grim, with a storyline that finds Homer and Marge legally separating. I knew Lena Dunham would be at the center of this.
Jezebel got a gentle ribbing on The Simpsons this evening (along with our friends at Defamer and our casual party frenemies at Perez Hilton). I believe I speak for all of us cranky lesbos on staff when I say that this is the best day of our lives.
It's the 25th anniversary of The Simpsons—does that mean Bart has a 401k now?—and 20th Century Fox is going bananas licensing the images to celebrate. Their latest Bart garments might be the least expensive Simpsons commemorative garments yet, though.
On Sunday, Fox will air its long-
promised threatened Simpsons/Family Guy crossover episode and, because cartoons are edgy, it will feature a joke that involves the word "rape." The comedy police have been dispatched.
Attention fans of The Simpons: Your summer just got exponentially better.
Last fall, Marcia Wallace, the voice of Bart Simpson's teacher Edna Krabappel, passed away just shy of her 71st birthday after a long battle with breast cancer. On Sunday, Wallace's character Mrs. Krabapple made her final appearance on the show, and the tribute was predictably sweet and sad.
Last night on The Simpsons, the show used its weekly chalkboard gag to pay tribute to Marcia Wallace, the voice artist behind Springfield Elementary's fourth grade teacher (and crank with a heart of gold) Edna Krabappel.
Oh sad. 'The Simpsons' will air a special tribute episode in memory of Marcia Wallace tonight, but not the one we originally thought. Apparently, plans to air 'Bart the Lover,' arguably one of the best episodes of the entire series, were scrapped due to technical issues.
Match.com enthusiast Martha Stewart cannot, for the life of her, remember why she didn't try to go down to Pound Town back in her days as a preppy young thing who worked at a pastry shop outside a Ralph Lauren store in Connecticut and occasionally sold Hubbell Gardner scones or whatever. Lady, I feel THAT.
Remember way back on Tuesday night when the former White House turd blossom wouldn't admit the Republicans had lost the presidential election, long after his fellow Fox News correspondents were like, "Obama won. Get it together, dude"? Well, merely six days later, mean Humpty Dumpty is being dealt another blow, this…
One of the biggest issues of the upcoming election is how many states are enacting voter ID laws that make it increasingly difficult for people without driver's licenses to vote. While lawmakers assert that this is to prevent voter fraud, the more cynical (or thoughtful) among us speculate that the laws are designed…
In this week's TV roundup, The Simpsons goes Gaga, Girls goes to Michigan, Anderson finds someone "dreadful" and the kids of Glee graduate.
If any of you are still watching, Lady Gaga will be on the 2,547 season finale of The Simpsons this Sunday, appearing as a (more) cartoonized version of herself who, recognizing a little monster in Lisa, sets out to help the smartest Simpson out of her slump. Here's a pretty charming behind-the-scenes look at her…
In this week's TV roundup, the premiere of GCB, Springfield is Westeros in The Simpsons opening titles, the most awkward serenade on Smash and the return of an old young nemesis on 30 Rock.