The Simpsons News
Fox has released its season finale schedule. Find out now when your favorite show will take a very extended break.
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The Simpsons Review: Do Robots Dream of Electric Drills?
As the only human worker at the power plant, Homer longs for companionship on this week's The Simpsons. Check out the review to see if his robotic antics are good for a laugh.
The Simpsons Review: South Park Did It!
The Simpsons takes on Inception on this week's episode. Read the review to find out if their parody was hilarious or outdated.
The Simpsons Review: El Barto Returns
Homer becomes the subject of Bart's unflattering graffiti art in this week's The Simpsons. Check out the review to see if this Banksy-inspired art is amusing or boring.
The Simpsons Review: Please Don't Leave...Yet
The Simpsons reaches its 500th episode this season. Check out the review to see if our favorite animated family can still keep the laughs coming.
The Simpsons Quotes: What's Your Favorite?
The Simpsons turns 500 episodes young this weekend. Send in your favorite quote from this beloved series now.
The Simpsons Review: A Farewell to Nick's Arms
Lisa meets a new boy on this week's episode of The Simpsons. Even though Nick seems like he walked straight out of a Hemingway novel, check out the review to see how their romance fizzles.
Julian Assange to Guest Star on Milestone Simpsons Episode
Julian Assange - yes, that Julian Assange! - will lend his voice to the 500th episode of The Simpsons. It airs on February 19.
The Simpsons Review: A Rag-Tag History Lesson
The Simpsons told the humble/humiliating tale of Moe's bar towel this week. Find out the long, sordid history of a very dignified rag in this review.
The Simpsons Review: "The D'oh-cial Network"
Lisa makes a new social network on this week's episode of The Simpsons. The site is incredibly popular and extremely addicting, but ends up making Lisa question if websites can be dangerous.
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The Simpsons Review: Free Gravy Boat Day!
The Simpsons took on the tea party and the GOP with last night's "Politically Inept, With Homer Simpson." Did Homer and Ted Nugent fix America?