'Pokémon Go' 'Simpsons' Meme: No, a 'Simpsons' episode didn't predict 'Pokémon Go'

'The Simpsons' didn't predict 'Pokémon Go,' but that hasn't stopped some canny photo editors from trying to prove otherwise.

In Honor of Father's Day 2016, Here Are the 12 Best TV Dads of All Time

Here are some of our favorite TV dads to celebrate Father's Day.

Smithers Comes Out as Gay on 'The Simpsons,' Surprises No One

The truth is finally out about Waylon Smithers.

Amateur Astronauts Sent the First Doughnut into Space — And It's All on Video

One small step for donuts, one giant leap for delicious pastries.

Marge Simpson Perfectly Predicted the Awful State of the U.S. Justice System 21 Years Ago

In one quote, she nailed it.


Science Has Great News for Beer Lovers

Just in time for the Super Bowl.

The 39 Best Literary References from 'The Simpsons' That You Probably Didn't Notice

From 'The Bell Jar' to Gore Vidal, countless books and authors have guest-starred on America's longest-running sitcom.

Science Reveals Some Potentially Good News for Beer Drinkers

Another reason to imbibe?

The 8 Most Dysfunctional Families in TV History

Maybe there are families more dysfunctional than yours. Maybe?

7 TV Characters That Created New Archetypes

Rarely do we get treated to a totally new character archetype. When we do, those moments are worth celebrating.

The Problem With Progressives is They Sweep Aside the Constitution, Forgetting Why It's There

One of the problems with progressives is they're trying to move beyond our founding principles, and unwittingly creating bleak prospects for the future.

The Simpsons Season 24: 6 Greatest Guest Star Appearances Of All Time

For a fictional city in an unnamed state, Springfield has seen more than its fair share of guests. Here are six of the greatest celebrity visits in Simpsons history.

'The Simpsons,' Our 23-Year Love Affair With You is the Longest Relationship We've Ever Had

A nostalgic look at America's longest running sitcom, and why we still love it 23 years later.

Montgomery Burns of The Simpsons Explains the Fiscal Cliff

'The Simpsons' is getting all kinds of political. First, Homer voted for Mitt Romney, and now Montgomery Burns is explaining the 'fiscal cliff.'


Presidential Polls May Not Matter to Voters like Homer Simpson

After the first presidential debate, Americans theoretically have more information to go on in making their choice on November 6th. But are they really paying attention? Just ask Homer Simpson.