Republican commentators and politicians took to social media to compare it to a scene in The Simpsons Movie.
The first teaser trailer for Law & Order's revival debuted during the franchise's broadcast block on Thursday. The short teaser brings back Sam Waterston as District Attorney Jack McCoy, sharing wisdom on what it takes to "play the hero" in Dick Wolf's world. The teaser, dubbed by the show's Twitter...
Back in 1990, people all across America were doing the Bartman. When "The Simpsons" debuted back in 1989, the show's playful animation and crude humor made it breakout success. A soundtrack released the following year featuring "Do the Bartman," a catchy New Jack Swing track with backing vocals from Michael Jackson, further cemented "The Simpsons" grip on pop culture.
Doh! In a classic case of life imitating art, the recent White House video narrated by Tom Hanks promoting the achievements of the Biden administration has a parallel: a scene from the 2007 comedy adventure film The Simpsons Movie. In the 2007 version, a cartoon Hanks is shown saying, “Hello, I’m Tom Hanks. The US government has lost its credibility so it’s borrowing some of mine.” Sen. Ted Cruz was among the partisan crowd who couldn’t let it pass. “The Simpsons did it first!” Cruz chortled in a tweet. Commentator Matt Whitlock said, “Oh my gosh it’s the Simpsons in real life.” The recent White House version was designed to reflect on Biden’s first year in office and bring to light his triumphs at a time when many are spotlighting his struggles. Oh my gosh it’s the Simpsons in real life. https://t.co/chbda7wwEB pic.twitter.com/S22auEvc3O — Matt Whitlock (@mattdizwhitlock) January 20, 2022
Nike SB is set to release a brand new colorful Dunk Low that resembles two popular cartoon characters, Family Guy’s Stewie Griffin and The Simpsons’ Bart. Dressed in a Habanero Red, White, and Blue Hero color scheme. This offering of the Nike SB Dunk Low features a Yellow leather base and mesh tongues with Red suede overlays, laces, and tongue tags. Other details includes White Swooshes, branding, and midsole with Blue lining and rubber outsole completes the design.
Hanks made a cameo in "The Simpsons Movie" released in 2007, in which he said the "U.S. government has lost its credibility, so it's borrowing some of mine."
Tom Hanks Turns Biden Presidency Into ‘The Simpsons’ Farce – Joe’s Administration Puts Out Hanks Video
Joe Biden’s approval is one of the worst we’ve ever seen. He even surpassed Jimmy Carter, a one-term president, in disapproval. This is thanks to his failed policies that have damaged our economy, national security, and constitutional rights. What is a struggling administration to do to right the...
The Simpsons has had an impressive track record for predicting future events. A 1998 episode showed the 20th Century Fox logo with “A Division of Walt Disney Co” beneath it—19 years before Disney reached a deal to acquire most of 21st Century Fox’s assets for $52.4 billion. And in 2000, the show presented an alternate reality where Donald Trump was in the Oval Office. Take a look at 12 other times Matt Groening’s dysfunctional family peered into their crystal ball—with surprisingly accurate results.
The ‘Golden Age of The Simpsons’ is not just the show’s peak, but it’s also the most successful run of any television program in history, an unassailable summit to which all others must strive. Today and in the future, writers will refer to Matt Groening’s animated sitcom, which has been running for over a decade, as the standard by which they hold everything else.
For those of you who had 'Tom Hanks narrating a political agenda on your list of The Simpsons storylines that came true', please check it off. To celebrate one year in office, the Biden administration used excess funds to put together a video highlighting the past year, narrated by none other than Tom Hanks.
The 1990s were truly halcyon days for the animation world. Pre-internet, Saturday mornings and weekday afternoons were filled with every type of cartoon imaginable, and primetime TV also got into the act with more adult animated options. Some of the first animated sitcoms started appearing on television in the 1960s....
The famous pop-culture cartoon “The Simpsons” is playing out in real life in American politics. In a 2007 episode, the Simpsons predicted “that government would become so inept they’d need to enlist the help of actor Tom Hanks to gain back credibility, and the Biden administration appears to be doing just that” writes the Daily Caller News Foundation.
Denizens of Springfield and "The Eighth Wonder of the World" are getting the ULTIMATES! treatment. The line of Simpsons action figures, made by Super7 (creators of ReAction Figures) are deluxe, highly articulated 7" scale figures with interchangeable parts and accessories. They're available for pre-order for a limited time and made to order, with finished figures expected to ship in the fall.
Fans were surprised when Tom Hanks appeared in the video of President Biden’s Presidential Inaugural Committee as the Simpsons had predicted. But what did he say on the show?. Hanks participated in a number of activities surrounding President Biden’s inaugural activities. With this in mind, it’s not surprising that...
Whenever something big happens the chances are The Simpsons predicted it years ago. They called it right on all sorts of things from Donald Trump becoming US president to Fox getting bought out by Disney. Now, it looks like The Simpsons has struck again. Tom Hanks recently narrated a video...