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The 23 Best 'Simpsons' Musician Cameos

by AOL Music Staff, posted Oct 15th 2011 3:00PM
When we heard 'The Simpsons' was on the verge of cancellation, we started reminiscing about all the rockers and rappers that have appeared on the show throughout its 23-season existence. With that in mind, we decided to compile this list of our favorite musician cameos, and here's hoping to many more now that the show has been renewed.

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11 Great '[TV Show] in 60 Seconds' Videos

by Ryan McKee, posted Jan 29th 2011 2:00PM
Watching Landline TV's 'Dexter' in 60 Seconds' video reminded us how much we enjoy the 'In 60 Seconds' format.

The phenomenon really took off on YouTube with a number of movie plots edited down to one minute. Full television series aren't as simple to cut down with so many characters and story arcs each season. However, there are some excellent ones out there and we unearthed 11 of the best.

The tone of the videos vary greatly -- some are meant to be informative, others humorous. They are created from actual clips, or re-enactments, or animation, or even feline theatre. A few focus on a specific character, or season, and some portray the show's broader themes. You'll enjoy all of them, and leave a little more educated.

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Did Usher Steal a Song From Homer Simpson?

by Jean Bentley, posted Dec 28th 2010 1:00PM
Usher and Homer SimpsonIn the most hilarious accusation of plagiarism ever, an intrepid YouTuber has compiled evidence that a portion of the Usher song 'OMG' was actually inspired by a Christmas carol penned by none other than -- wait for it -- Homer Simpson.

The yellow one's festive song aired during the 14th season of 'The Simpsons' and goes like this: "Christmas in December/Wow wow wow/Gimme tons of presents/Now now now."

Even better, though, is that the oh-so-sophisticated Usher lyrics sound like Homer could've written them too: "Honey got a booty like/Pow pow pow/Honey got some boobies like/Wow oh wow."

For the record, will.i.am of the Black Eyed Peas actually wrote the track. And since we know what you're thinking, it's okay -- we'll say it first: It's a slow news week.

Listen below and tell us: Did Usher steal the song from Homer?

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News Roundup: Simon Cowell Says Justin Bieber Wants to be 'X Factor' Judge, 'Lost' Star Joins 'Justified' and More

by Chris Harnick, posted Oct 22nd 2010 2:10PM
Justin BieberDo you think your life already has enough Justin Bieber in it? Well, if you're a fan of reality competitions, brace yourselves --more Biebs might be coming your way.

According to Simon Cowell, former 'American Idol' judge and the brains behind the talent competition 'The X Factor,' Bieber has asked to be a judge on the new American version of the series. "He put himself forward to judge some of the episodes," Cowell said on 'Extra.'

The American version of 'X Factor' will launch next September, and rumors have been flying left and right about who will be on the panel. So far, Cowell has not confirmed the judging lineup, but 'Dancing With the Stars' winner and former Pussycat Doll Nicole Scherzinger has been quite a popular rumor.

Additionally, Cowell told 'Extra' that one of the biggest singers in the world has approached him to appear on the series. The secret star will, in fact, appear on the series.

In other TV news ...

'Lost' veteran Jeremy Davies will join FX's 'Justified.' Look for Davies to recur as Dickie Bennett, a former high school rival and the season 2 villain to Timothy Olyphant's U.S. Marshal Raylan Givens. [Hollywood Reporter]

ABC is working on a sitcom about party planners. The project, 'Plan This,' is loosely based on the life of Hollywood party planner Mindy Weiss. So far the project only has a script commitment with 'Freaky Friday' writer Heather Hatch writing and executive producing. [Deadline Hollywood]

Starz is teaming with '24' creator Bob Cochran and Gerard Butler for a miniseries about real-life spy and detective Allan Pinkerton. The project would be an 8- to 10-hour limited series, a fictionalized retelling of Pinkerton's exploits. [Deadline Hollywood]

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Celebrate Lazy Day With Seven of the Laziest TV Characters Ever

by Jean Bentley, posted Aug 10th 2010 5:45PM
Homer SimpsonAccording to a dubious website with a surprisingly comprehensive list of made-up holidays, today is Lazy Day.

What? You don't celebrate it? That's OK, because what would a Lazy Day celebration really be except a bunch of people munching on potato chips while wearing sweatpants and watching TV? (Not that we're projecting our own ideas of the holiday, or anything.)

Since we didn't want to let the day go by without honoring our brethren in skirting responsibility, we decided to celebrate Lazy Day by rounding up a list of our favorite lazy TV characters.

Read on to see which slackers made the cut.

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Moe's Letter on 'The Simpsons' (VIDEO)

by Oliver Miller, posted May 9th 2010 11:40PM
Moe's Letter on 'The Simpsons''The Simpsons' (Sun., 8PM ET on Fox) has seen its share of relationship problems. Generally, these conflicts revolve around the eternally kind-of-troubled marriage between Homer and Marge Simpson. But suddenly, three characters find out at the same time that their marriages could be over.

[Spoiler alert.]

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'The Simpsons' - 'To Surveil With Love' Recap

by Sharon Knolle, posted May 3rd 2010 8:29AM
The Simpsons - To Surveil With Love(S21E20) From the inspired 'Tik Tok' musical opening sequence to the last gag, 'To Surveil With Love' ranks as one of the best 'Simpsons' episodes in years.

I never expected the rest of the episode to live up to that killer opening, but, unbelievably, it just got better as it went along.

The bit that had me laughing the hardest: After surveillance cameras are installed in every inch of Springfield, Bart marking the town's one blind spot by dropping his pants and drawing a line every time he doesn't hear Ned gasping, "Buttocks!" "Tushie! or "Boy cheeks!" A perfectly funny bit that got even funnier when Homer asks Bart, whose pants are still down around his ankles, what he's doing. "Experimenting with my butt," says Bart. "My little Einstein," Homer says proudly as he pats Bart's head.

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Ke$ha Opens on 'The Simpsons' (VIDEO)

by Oliver Miller, posted May 3rd 2010 12:45AM
Ke$ha Opens on 'The Simpsons'Iconic pop star Ke$ha made an appearance on 'The Simpsons' (Sun., 8PM ET on Fox). She sort of appeared, at least. While Ke$ha herself didn't guest star on the show, her hit song 'Tik Tok' was a big part of the comedy.

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'The Simpsons' - 'The Squirt and the Whale' Recap

by Sharon Knolle, posted Apr 26th 2010 9:41AM
(S21E19) Finally, a good -- maybe even great -- episode. 'The Squirt and the Whale' packed more laughs in the first few minutes' Alternative Energy Expo than the entire running time of most recent eps.

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Swimming With the Sharks on 'The Simpsons' (VIDEO)

by Oliver Miller, posted Apr 26th 2010 1:45AM
Swimming With the Sharks on 'The Simpsons'On an Earth Day-themed episode of 'The Simpsons' (Sun., 8PM ET on Fox), Homer decides to become more ecologically conscious. Of course, this eventually results in him falling off a boat and being surrounded by deadly sharks. Why "of course"? Because when Homer Simpson is involved, any seemingly good idea will always lead to danger and disaster.

Watch the video after the jump.

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'The Simpsons' - 'Chief of Hearts' Recap

by Sharon Knolle, posted Apr 19th 2010 1:34AM
(S21E18) Homer Simpson and Clancy Wiggum becoming BFFs should have been comedy gold; instead, this episode of 'The Simpsons' was a colossal bore. It seems like everything hilarious you can do with the Springfield police -- high-speed car chases, putting squirrels down your pants for the purpose of gambling -- has already been done. They never even go out for donuts!

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Chief Wiggum Gets Shot on 'The Simpsons' (VIDEO)

by Oliver Miller, posted Apr 18th 2010 11:00PM
Chief Wiggum Gets Shot on 'The Simpsons'Chief Wiggum has been an awesome supporting character on 'The Simpsons' (Sun., 8PM ET on Fox) for many years now. Granted, he's a totally incompetent cop, but we still love him anyway. And on the latest episode of the show, Wiggum and Homer Simpson become instant best friends. Unfortunately, this leads to danger for the both of them.

Watch the video after the jump.

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Hatching a Plan on 'The Simpsons' (VIDEO)

by Oliver Miller, posted Apr 12th 2010 12:30AM
Hatching a Plan on 'The Simpsons'On the latest episode of 'The Simpsons' (Sun., 8PM ET on Fox), hated millionaire Montgomery Burns is thrown in jail. He's the boss who has made Homer Simpsons' life a misery for the past 21 seasons or so. But once Mr. Burns is in jail, Homer and his pals start to... unaccountably miss him. And so they devise a plan to bust Mr. Burns out of the joint.

Watch the video after the jump.

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'The Simpsons' - 'The Greatest Story Ever D'Ohed' Recap

by Jason Hughes, posted Mar 29th 2010 3:05AM
'The Simpsons' - 'The Greatest Story ever Doh'd'(S21E16) It's always tricky to try and mix comedy with Jerusalem. Unless you're willing to throw caution to the wind and risk offending various religious groups and individuals, you almost always wind up with something that's bland and lame. For 'The Simpsons,' cutting edge and risque seems to be a thing long in their past, and the latter product is what we got.

Everything from Sacha Baron Cohen's aggressive tour guide to the jokes and the storyline in general didn't work this week. I'm not sure if it's because the writer, Kevin Curran, was trying too hard not to offend Muslims, Jews or Christians, but he wound up wringing every bit of humor out of the episode.

Normally, at least one or two jokes can hit, even in a bad episode of 'The Simpsons,' but this one actually got painful to continue sitting through.

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Homer Unites Religions Through Peace and Chicken on 'The Simpsons' (VIDEO)

by Oliver Miller, posted Mar 28th 2010 11:30PM
Peace and Chicken on 'The Simpsons'Now that the religious holidays of Easter and Passover are upon us, we may find ourselves in need of a little spiritual guidance. Luckily, as always, we can look to one man. And that man is -- Homer Simpson.

On the latest episode of 'The Simpsons' (Sun., 8PM ET on Fox), Homer finds himself in the holy city of Jerusalem. There, he has a vision of himself as the Messiah, and takes it upon himself to unite all the warring religious faiths. So naturally, he then gives a confusing, yet rousing speech.

Watch the video after the jump.

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