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    Watch Guillermo del Toro's New Mini-film: The Simpsons 'Treehouse of Horror' Opener

    Whether or not you're a devoted Simpsons fan, you'll want to catch this opener to Sunday's annual Halloween 'Treehouse of Horror' episode, gleefully and lovingly directed by the great Guillermo del Toro.

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    Watch: 20-Minute Supercut Of Every Movie Reference From Seasons 6-10 Of 'The Simpsons'

    Last week, a lengthy supercut dropped featuring every movie reference in the first five seasons of "The Simpsons," and it was glorious. And instead of leaving us hanging, a mere seven days later the daunting work of capturing every nod to cinema continues with a new, 20-minute supercut of every movi...

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    Watch: 19-Minute Supercut Of Every Movie Reference In The First Five Seasons Of 'The Simpsons'

    The impact of "The Simpsons" on popular culture is undeniable and it's often easy to forget just how huge it was (remember the novelty hit "Do The Bartman"?). But what's perhaps most curious is that aside from the great writing, fantastic humor and at times deeply touching stories (Mr. Bergstrom for...

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    Worlds Colliding: 'Family Guy' Will Guest On 'The Simpsons' In 2014

    Well, while die hard "The Simpsons" fans have already been told they're going to have to wait at least 10-15 years for another big screen outing, the show continues to soldier on, recently wrapping up its 24th season. But it looks like the show is still trying to surprise, and in a move we thought w...

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    Conan O'Brien Assembles a "Simpsons" Writers Reunion

    Here's a must-watch: Conan O'Brien assembles several co-writers from The Simpsons to discuss the early days of the show, how the show was produced and what Conan actually did on the show. Great stuff.

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    Watch: 'The Simpsons' Salutes 'Breaking Bad' With a 'Crystal Blue Persuasion' Couch Gag

    This Sunday's episode of "The Simpsons" will open with a special "Breaking Bad"-themed couch gag that, among other things, offers a glimpse of Walt (Bryan Cranston) and Jesse (Aaron Paul) on their own sofa in their orange lab suits.

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    Watch: Supercut Of (Nearly) Every Video Game In 'The Simpsons'

    Regardless of where your anticipation for new “The Simpsons” episodes stands, one aspect of the show most agree is still strong is in its irreverent gallery of made-up brands, store names, and products. Names like Java The Hut and Bloodbath And Beyond hold a special place in the show's 24-year histo...

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    'The Simpsons' Producer David Silverman Says There Won't Be Another Movie For 10-15 Years

    To quote Homer Simpson: “TV gives so much and asks so little.” The same could be said for “The Simpsons” itself, which has for the last 25 years blazed a yellow trail through television history, with a record-breaking twenty-four (and counting) seasons, one hit movie, and an army of Springfielders s...

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    Seth MacFarlane Will Find 'A Million Ways To Die In The West' For Directorial Effort, Will Appear On 'The Simpsons'

    Having a $500 million dollar hit with "Ted," leading Fox's animation domination with "Family Guy," and set to host the Oscars in February, things are going pretty well for Seth MacFarlane. And he's not wasting any time in striking while the iron is hot, as he's lining...

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    Plot Details For Judd Apatow's 20 Year Old 'The Simpsons' Spec Script That's Finally Getting Made

    It seems Judd Apatow is revisting his past this fall. His upcoming "This Is 40" plucks two characters from 2007's "Knocked Up" and refreshes them with a new tale, and it looks like something he wrote two decades ago is getting a fresh coat of paint.

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