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Rainbows came in the form of striped knits and iridescent multi-color outfits, and emoticon tops and sweaters were also on hand. Meanwhile, Bart Simpson covered the pop culture category, and '90's influence was just plain everywhere. For those daring
Part architect, part historian, and completely devoted to deconstructing social barriers while unearthing authentic community spaces, his 15-year-old Oakland studio routinely seeks public projects, an area rife with controversy. "That's where the
The Simpsons is an American institution and the show recently celebrated its 500th episode. Only two other TV programs in history reached that milestone, Gunsmoke (635) and Lassie (588)...We here at Starcasm say congrats to Homer and his family and
If these people had been actual actors, Lisa would already be on her 3rd sex tape. TO BE. There was a definite golden age for The Simpsons and it's not now. Nothing makes my eyes roll harder than when there's a discussion about The Simpsons and
Articles The one caveat to Jean's intimation is his belief that the show, which first aired in 1989, would only continue with all of the current staff on board. The show's latest milestone came close to not being reached when contract negotiations
Story continues below Simpsons 500th Episode celebration. "Part of [the show's popularity] is because the world hates America, so we really cashed in on that," Jean said. "There's a lot of little touches marking the milestone in the way we like to
Designer Jeremy Scott, whose previous pop culture collections include those inspired by The Flinstones and Mickey Mouse, unveiled an entire line devoted to The Simpsons character during New York Fashion week earlier today. The looks there were five
Homer Simpson As Homer himself might say, "D'oh!" America's longest-running TV program at 23 seasons and counting, "The Simpsons" began as an animated sketch on "The Tracey Ullman Show" in 1987 and debuted as a Fox network series on April 19, 1989.
ET Meet the two brave souls who watched 86 hours and 37 minutes of 'The Simpsons' in a row by Dan Snierson Image Credit: Nicole WIlder/FOX Have you ever won a marathon?...We're talking about sitting on your butt, watching episode after episode after
Stars Homer, Marge, Lisa and Bart were in character as they walked the yellow carpet rolled out to mark the milestone. For creator Matt Groening, the evening was a chance to reflect on how it all started. "The audience that came to the taping of the '