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The popularity and impact of The Simpsons has led to the series being references in various other media.

Movies[]

Chip 'n Dale: Rescue Rangers[]

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  • Bootleg versions of Homer and Bart Simpson are making cameo during a filming. At the end, the bootleg Bart says "Ay pachanga!", a parody of his catchphrase "Ay caramba!".
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    Different animation styles appear in the movie, and one of them is The Simpsons character style.

Flubber[]

Garfield: The Movie[]

Harold and Kumar Go to White Castle[]

  • The Extreme Sport Punks make fun of Kumar for being Indian, calling him "Apu" and asking him who's looking after the Kwik-E-Mart while he's gone.

Inspector Gadget[]

  • A scene shows Sykes sleeping in front of a control panel, mirroring a TV in the background showing Homer Simpson sleeping at his workstation from "Lisa's Pony".

Monkeybone[]

  • A framed picture of Krusty the Clown, is seen on the wall. The picture shows a very depressed looking Krusty, driving a car, which is a screencap from "Homie the Clown".

The Duff[]

  • A flashback is shown to Bianca's mother crying and being depressed over her divorce. She is sitting in the couch watching "One Fish, Two Fish, Blowfish, Blue Fish". She is watching the scene where Homer is going through the five stages of grief, which inspires her to make her own motivational campaign, based off of the five stages of grief.

Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles (1990 film)[]

  • April O'Neil can be seen drinking out of a Bart Simpson cup.

Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles II: The Secret of the Ooze[]

  • Professor Jordan Perry holds a Bart Simpson full of anti-mutagen.

Turning Red[]

  • The name of the two stone red pandas at the front of the temple are named Bart and Lisa. This is a reference to Disney now owning The Simpsons.

TV Shows[]

2DTV[]

The Bushy and Saddamy Show

A title card for The Bushy & Saddamy Show as seen in 2DTV.

  • In 2DTV, there's a short parody called "The Bushy & Saddamy Show", which satirically references to "The Itchy & Scratchy Show". Unlike that, the short is real. The short also features George Bush as Scratchy (the cat) and Saddam Hussein as Itchy (the mouse).

Aaahh!!! Real Monsters[]

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Bart Simpson waving his lucky red hat in Aaahh!!! Real Monsters.

  • In the episode "Monsters Don't Dance", during the scene where Murray the Monster first shows up out of the limo. In the same episode, a boy that greatly resembles Bart can be seen in the crowd of people cheering while waving his lucky red hat.
  • Additionally, the various quotes the Gromble says during the opening credits before each episode are Gromble Gags, which are based on the couch gags from The Simpsons.

The Adventures of the Jimmy Neutron[]

  • In the episode "The Trouble with Clones", in space, Jimmy's evil clone makes a prank call to the U.N. Security Council asking for Ivanna Shakemabooty (Pun: I wanna shake ma booty). This is a reference to Bart's prank calls to Moe's Tavern.

Aladdin (Disney TV series)[]

  • In the episode "Genie Hunt", Aladdin outsmarts Genie in the style of "Duck Season, Rabbit Season" about him being afraid of Rajah's teeth, causing Genie to say "D'oh" in the style of Homer as Genie was voiced by Dan Castellaneta (replacing Robin Williams), who also voiced Homer.

The Amazing World of Gumball[]

  • In "The Lesson", Gumball and Darwin try to draw tattoos and then hair on themselves with marker to look more intimidating, but they end up drawing hair that looks exactly like Homer's.
  • In the episode "The Finale", there is a license plate on a bus that reads "Otto 24", which may be a reference to Otto Mann, the school bus driver.
  • In "The Copycats", Richard drools in a way similar to Homer's Mmm... mannerism.
  • In "The Ex", Gumball uses the phrase "¡Ay, caramba!", referencing Bart's catchphrase.

American Dad![]

  • In the episode "100 A.D.", Roger hosts the show, at first, believing that he's hosting the Who Shot Mr. Burns? special, until he realizes that he is on American Dad.
  • In the episode "Faking Bad", Bart Simpson appears, giving Steve a fake ID. The name on the fake ID is "Mike Rotch", which Steve makes the mistake of saying, in a similar way to how Moe says it in the Bart's prank calls gag. Bart then laughs at him and runs away.
  • In the episode "The Longest Distance Relationship", Sibad and Jeff traveled through a wormhole and changed through a bunch of depictions styles. One of which, depicted them the way they would be depicted in The Simpsons.

Animaniacs[]

  • Bart makes a cameo appearance in the episode, "Hooray for North Hollywood Part 1" during the song "That's How You Shmooze", when Dot Warner sings the line "And for The Simpsons, you suggested that they call the kid 'Bart'". Only Bart's hair was seen in the episode to avoid copyright issues from 20th Century Fox (Now 20th Century Studios).

Angry Birds Toons[]

  • In the episode "The Miracle Of Life", the living room the pigs are in is similar to the living room of the Simpsons'.

A Not-so-Fake Love Story[]

  • In Episode 12, just when Agnes looks at pictures of her and Inigo before dumping them in a fire grill, realizing her love for Inigo was fake, one of the pictures show Agnes wearing a Bart Simpson-themed shirt.

Avatar: The Last Airbender[]

  • In the episode "Lake Laogai", Toph says, "We're finally leaving Ba Sing Se, Worst City Ever!", which is a reference to Comic Book Guy's catchphrase.

Back to the Future: The Animated Series[]

  • In the episode "A Verne By Any Other Name", Verne suggests to author Jules Verne that he change his name to Bart Simpson, among other names.

Beavis and Butt-head[]

  • In "A Very Special Episode", Butt-head fills out a form in a hospital waiting room and encounters the word "Symptoms", which he reads out loud as "Uhh, Symp, Symp... Simpsons? They're pretty cool."

Ben 10: Alien Force[]

  • In "Primus", Kevin says "Why you little!"

Ben 10: Ultimate Alien[]

  • In "Escape from Aggregor", Gwen asks the Plumbers for a pick-up in Sector 7G.

Big City Greens[]

  • The episode "Cricketsitter" has a similar plot to "My Sister, My Sitter".
  • Juan Pablo's hairstyle is similar to that of Bart Simpson but purple instead of yellow.

Big Mouth[]

  • In "Disclosure: The Musical", Mr. Lizer addressed Matthew as "Lisa Simpson".

Big Time Rush[]

  • In "Big Time Concert", during the auditions to replace James in the group, Kendall, Carlos and Logan shout "¡Ay caramba!" in the tradition of Bart Simpson.
  • In "Big Time Pranks II", the kids prank call Palmwoods manager Mr. Bitters with the name of "I.P. Freely", a reference to Bart Simpson using the name for one of his prank calls to Moe in Homer's Odyssey.

Bill & Ted's Excellent Adventures[]

  • In "Never the Twain Shall Meet", Bill mentions Bart Simpson.

Bob's Burgers[]

BrainRush[]

Breadwinners[]

  • In the episode "Super Duck vs Muscle Bread", during the battle, a family of ducks, similar to The Simpsons, is shown.

Buffy the Vampire Slayer[]

ChalkZone[]

  • Joe Tabootie, Rudy's father sounds very similar to Ned Flanders, but in a high-distorted pitch. Chalk Dad also sounds very similar to Ned Flanders as well.
  • Penny Sanchez is similar to Lisa Simpson.
  • Reggie Bullnerd is similar to Nelson Muntz.

Clarence[]

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Chad resembling Homer Simpson

  • In "Fishing Trip", after losing all of his hair, Chad resembles Homer Simpson and also uses his famous catchphrase after Sumo steps on his toe.

Class of 3000[]

  • In "Love is in the Hair...Net", Leela Lopez briefly (but accidentally) dressed like Marge Simpson. Sunny (who spun Leela around to change clothes) has no idea where the look came from.

Clone High[]

  • In "Plane Crazy: Gate Expectations", Gandhi rapped a bunch of references to songs during JFK's rendition of "You're a Grand Old Flag". One of the things Gandhi exclaimed was "Do the Bartman!".

Codename Kids Next Door[]

Comic Book Men[]

  • In one episode, the guys talk about Valentine's cards and Bryan tells Ming not to be the "Choo-Choo Choose Me guy", referring to Ralph's card to Lisa.
  • In the first episode, the Simpsons Futurama Crossover Crisis can be seen in the stash.

Corner Gas[]

  • In "World's Biggest Thing", Brent put Marge Simpson on a list of who not to accept checks from in order to mess with Oscar. When Oscar came in he read the list and, not recognizing any of the names, got very angry and told Brent not to accept any checks from Marge Simpson.

The Cosby Show[]

  • In "Same Time Next Year", As a reference to Fox's decision to move The Simpsons to air against The Cosby Show, at the start of the episode Olivia enters Cliff's bedroom wearing a Bart Simpson mask.

Dan Vs.[]

  • In the episode "The Barber", after setting up a date with a woman, Dan exits the cookie shop and says "Everything's coming up Dan!" (A reference to Milhouse's catchphrase "Everything's coming up Milhouse" in Mom and Pop Art) in a sing-song voice.

Danny Phantom[]

  • Mr. Lancer, the vice-principal and English/Science/Math/History teacher of Casper High School's personality is very similar to that of Seymour Skinner.

DC Super Hero Girls[]

Dilbert (TV series)[]

  • In "The Return", Dilbert plays a game of Scrabble with a supercomputer called Comp-U-Comp. For its opening play, Comp-U-Comp uses all of its tiles to form "wipqozn", similar to Bart's playing "kwyjibo" in "Bart the Genius".

Dinosaurs[]

  • In "Dirty Dancing", while watching TV, Earl remarks how once one show is successful, more shows try to copy it. Baby responds with "Don't have a cow, man!". (The Simpsons also made a reference to this show.)

Drawn Together[]

Duckman[]

  • In "I, Duckman", Duckman watches a number of old home movies, one of them depicting the Simpsons living room. His eldest son, Ajax, is also seen, dressed like Bart Simpson. Duckman is listening to the TV, on which the announcer lists the winning lottery numbers. When he realizes he won the lottery, Duckman shouts "Woo-hoo!" His younger sons, being only babies, then crawl over and eat the lottery ticket, to which Duckman cries "D'oh!" His wife is also seen, dressed like Marge Simpson.
  • A boy whose appearance is similar to that of Bart's is seen at the boarding school for gifted children from the episode "Ride the High School".
  • In "It's the Thing of the Principal", Duckman shouts "D'oh!" at the end.
  • In the Halloween episode, "Duckman and Cornfed in 'Haunted Society Plumbers'", Homer appeared at the end of the episode. In the episode, Duckman and Cornfed try to recover a stolen jewel. They believe there is a ghost involved, who at the end happens to be Homer. While the credits roll, Homer fails several times trying to repeat his line. Dan Castellaneta was the guest star voice for this episode.
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Ducktales (2017)[]

  • In "Storkules in Duckburg!", after the accident with the Harpies being released from Donald Duck's boat, Huey changes the number of days without accidents from 7 to 0, a reference to the scene in the Springfield Nuclear Power Plant in the Opening sequence.
  • In "The Outlaw Scrooge McDuck!", the discussion between Scrooge McDuck and Glittering Goldie resembles the one between Bart and Ned in "Hurricane Neddy".

El Tigre the Adventures of Manny Rivera[]

  • One episode's title is a parody of Bart's catchphrase, "Ay Carumba!"

Familia Tipo (Type Family)[]

Familia Tipo

Type Family, a Simpsons rip-off from Argentina (name in Spanish).

  • The entire show is an Argentine rip-off of The Simpsons. The appearance of Héctor Blanco, one of main characters of the show, has a heavy resemblance to Martin Prince.

Family Guy[]

Fetch! With Ruff Ruffman[]

  • In the episode, "Ruff's Big Break", Marge Simpson was mentioned by Ruff Ruffman when commenting over Rosario's scratchy imitation of Ruff.

Foster's Home for Imaginary Friends[]

  • In the episode, "Duchess of Wails", Mr. Applebeee looks very identical to Ned Flanders and his personality is very similar to him and his wife, Mrs. Applebee looks very identical to Maude Flanders, Ned's deceased wife.

Fresh off the Boat[]

  • In the episode "Year of the Rat", Mitch was seen putting olives on his fingers and ribbing them together, quoting Mr. Burns' catchphrase, "Excellent", until Louis told him, "No more Simpsons impressions", to which Mitch replies with a sad "D'oh".

Futurama[]

A Big Piece of Garbage Futurama bart doll

Bart dolls

  • In "Space Pilot 3000", Fry rides through one of the tubes which goes through the river, passing a fish resembling Blinky.
  • In one episode, when Fry, Leela and Bender land on a giant ball of trash that's heading towards a collision course with Earth, Fry spots a pile of Bart Simpson dolls. Bender pulls a string behind one of them, which causes the doll to utter Bart's catchphrase "Eat my shorts", which Bender promptly does, afterwords murmuring "MMM... shorts".
  • In another episode, Fry is walking past a boardwalk fair and it has Homer and Bart dolls you can win.
  • In another episode, an alien shows a massive ball with half of Bart's face.
  • In another episode, when Fry is having a checkup, his skin turns yellow. He says "Ay caramba!".
  • In yet again another episode, Bender has a Homer badge.

Garfield and Friends[]

Garfield and Friends The Automated, Animated Cartoon
  • In the episode "The Automated, Animated Cartoon", Garfield is briefly dressed as Bart

Gravity Falls[]

  • In the episode "Bottomless Pit", in his tale Dipper says, "How you diddly-doing, Soos?" which is a reference to Ned Flanders

Hey Arnold![]

Hey Duggee[]

  • In the episode "The Hair Badge", one of Duggee's hairstyles resembles Homer Simpson's hair, even saying "D'oh!" while in this style.

Histeria[]

Loud Kiddington as Bart

How I Met Your Mother[]

  • In one episode, Ted says "Let's teach Bart Simpson how to drive!"

Invader Zim[]

  • The kitchen in Zim's base, which has a toilet there looks similar to the one in the shoddily rebuilt Flanders house from "Hurricane Neddy".

I Order You[]

  • In Episode 14, when Da-hwa confronts Song-ah to talk more about Gook-dae's backstory, Song-ah's shirt has pictures of Homer and Marge wearing mafia-themed clothing.

Jeopardy![]

Johnny Bravo[]

  • In the What-a-Cartoon! pilot, the Gorilla's face resemble Bart.
  • In the episode "Johnny Makeover," Don Knotts, Weird Al Yankovic, and the Blue Falcon give Johnny a hairdo like Marge's and a "religious family man" robot neighbor who is an obvious parody of Ned Flanders.

King of the Hill[]

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King of the Hill

L.A. Law[]

  • In "L.A. Lawless", David Champion (Dan Castellaneta) was a theme park worker who played Homer Simpson. He was fired after he removed the head of the costume in public. As part of the trial, the jury have Homer Simpson heads on too.

La Hora Chanante[]

  • Homer Simpson appears in one episode.

Mad (Cartoon Network)[]

  • In "Avaturd / CSI Carly", Bart Simpson appears wearing glasses.
  • In "Pirates of the Neverland: At Wit's End / Batman Family Feud", once the pirate saw Neverland, the Simpsons opening is parodied with the same music, and the factory to the top left.
  • In "Ko-Bee Movie / Law and Ogre", Homer Simpson appeared in a picture at the Wolfgang Bucks store.
  • In "ArThor / The Big Fang Theory", Bart Simpson appeared writing on the chalkboard.
  • In "Dances With Wolverine / Tater Tots & Tiaras", Dr. Hibbert appears as a judge in a segment titled "America's Next Top Surgeon".
  • In "Dullverine / Under the Dumb", Homer Simpson appears with Plopper, complaining that the plot of Under the Dome was stolen from The Simpsons Movie. Bart Simpson also makes an appearance at the end of the episode.

Married... With Children[]

  • In the episode "Mr. Empty Pants", Peggy Bundy mentions Homer Simpson.

Mr. Bean[]

  • In the episode "Mind the Baby, Mr. Bean", a Bart Simpson balloon can be seen.

Niko the Kid[]

  • In Niko the Kid: The Movie, Bart Simpson can be seen laughing at Niko and Micheal

Phineas & Ferb[]

Sam & Cat[]

  • In "#BrainCrush", Cat (as Abraham Lincoln) jokes that her character lived in Springfield long before the Simpsons did.

Saturday Night Live[]

  • Britney Spears imitator says that her sister's show Zoey 101 is better than animated shows like The Simpsons.

Scrubs[]

  • In an episode, they make a reference to Apu.
  • The season 5 finale has a Turk and Carla do a Nelson Muntz laugh Towards Perry and Jordan after learning the latter was pregnant and the former's vasectomy wasn't snipped. Bob Kelso says "That's from the Simpsons", To a confused Elliot.

Sesame Street[]

Monster in the Mirror Simpsons

"Hey, wubba, man!"

  • Homer, Marge, Bart, Lisa, and Maggie make an appearance singing near the end of the song, "Monster in the Mirror".

Shear Genius[]

Smiling Friends[]

  • In the DVD commentary for "A Silly Halloween Special", it is revealed that the character Glep is married to a woman named Marge Simpson.
  • In the episode "Shrimp's Odyssey", a man resembling Homer is seen in a tanning salon. He takes a bite out of the titular Shrimp and exclaims "Mmm... shrimp...".
  • In the episode "The Smiling Friends go to Brazil!", a man resembling a mixture between Bart and Mr. Smithers can be seen in the airport.

South Park[]

SpongeBob SquarePants[]

  • In "Help Wanted" the track that plays when the anchovies attack the cash register is titled "Bartmania (A)" and was made to resemble The Simpsons theme song.
    • This is the same track that plays in The Simpsons parody in the Fairly OddParents special "Channel Chasers"
  • In "Just One Bite" Squidward's tirade about trying a Krabby Patty is similar to Ned Flanders' tirade at the townspeople of Springfield after they crudely rebuild his house from "Hurricane Neddy".
  • The title card for "The Sponge Who Can Fly" is similar to The Simpsons intro.
  • In "SpongeBob's Last Stand", Cletus Spuckler is mentioned by Patrick Star as his great-uncle.

Squidbillies[]

Squidbillies - Pixelated Bart Simpson

Bart was pixelated due to copyright infringement from 20th Century Fox (Now 20th Century Studios) .

  • In "One Man Banned", Bart Simpson makes a cameo in this episode, when Early is kicked out of Ballmart while being dragged by Sharif and Denny. Although he is pixelated in the episode, due to copyright infringement from 20th Century Fox (Now 20th Century Studios) , which shows up in red letters onscreen.

Steven Universe Future[]

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Steven gazing upon the stars is similar to what Homer did after his mother parted ways

Teen Titans Go![]

Robin With Bart's Hair

Robin with Bart's hair

  • In "Starfire the Terrible ", after Robin's hair gel is destroyed, he attempts to get it back to normal. While attempting to fix his hair, Robin is briefly shown with the hair style of Bart, as well as the hair styles of Goku from the Dragon Ball franchise, and Sonic from the Sonic the Hedgehog franchise.

The Boondocks[]

  • In the episode "Good Times", a TV news anchorwoman describes Ed Wuncler I as a "Mr. Burns knock-off".
  • In the episode "Early Bird Special", when an African-American woman hugs Robert Freeman in her living room and flips the channel on the TV till she stops, "And what about her?" she asks, then Robert said, "No, Marge Simpson's not prettier than you, either".

The Casegrandes[]

The Cleveland Show[]

  • In the episode "Brown History Month", a cutaway to Cleveland with two other black people, Randy Jackson and Carl Carlson was seen.
  • In the episode "Cleveland Live!", there was an epilogue, talking about all the famous adult animated cartoons. The Simpsons was one of them. They showed a picture of Bart saying "¡Ay, caramba!" and then showed Stewie Griffin from Family Guy, saying the exact same phrase, making a joke about how Family Guy ripped off The Simpsons.
  • In the episode "BFF's", Donna goes off on a tangent about how the nagging wives of the stupid dad in adult animated sitcoms never have any friends, listing people such as Lois Griffin, Francine Smith, Marge Simpson, and herself.
  • In the episode "Harder, Better, Faster, Browner", the music guide briefly showed a bunch of famous songs from other adult animated sitcoms, including Boozehound, Do the Bartman, We Put the Spring in Springfield, Baby on Board, and Who Needs the Kwik-E-Mart?.
  • In the episode "Hot Coacoa Bang Bang!", Comic Book Guy was seen coming up to Cleveland's stand at the Comic Con, reading his comic and saying "Worst Cameo Ever!".
  • In the episode "Ain't Nothin' but a Mutton Bustin'", there were stuffed dolls in the store that were parodies of Bart Simpson called "Brat Simpson".
  • In the episode "Turkey Dot Pie", a parade float of Bart Simpson is seen in the Macy's parade.

The Critic[]

The critic Dial M for Mother

Homer and Bart in The Critic episode "Dial M For Mother"

  • In "Dial M for Mother", Homer and Bart made a brief appearance. During an interview with Geraldo Rivera, Jay is asked about talking over the heads of his audience and does just that in his answer. An annoyed family watching changes the channel to The Simpsons, where Homer—after stepping on a rake—exclaims, "D'oh!" and Bart replies, "¡Ay, caramba!" The family's father comments, "Now, this I understand."
The critic Dukerella
  • In "Dukerella", Jay and Alice go to a costume ball dressed up as Homer (which Duke mistakes as the "bald gay man") and Marge respectively to meet Duke, whom Alice's sister Miranda has a crush on.

The Fairly OddParents[]

The Feldmans' couch gag sequence

The Feldmans' couch gag sequence style

The Grim Adventures of Billy & Mandy[]

The Grim Adventures of Billy & Mandy bride of Frankenstein

Bride with Marge's hair

  • In "Home of the Ancients", the bride of Frankenstein have the hair similar to Marge Simpson, and also red pearls.

The Loud House[]

  • Flip is similar to Apu.
  • The character Lisa shares similarities with Lisa Simpson, such as high intelligence at a young age.

The Powerpuff Girls []

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Lenny

  • In the episode "Collect Her", Lenny Baxter, a recurring character, looks almost identical to Comic Book Guy.

The Office[]

  • There is a stuffed plushie doll of Homer Simpson that's seen in the office in several episodes.
  • In the episode Diwali, Michael lists the famous people from India; one of which is Apu.

The Samsonadzes[]

The Samsonadzes

The Samsonadzes, a Simpsons rip-off from the country of Georgia.

  • The entire show is a Georgian rip-off of The Simpsons, though the show's creator Shalva Ramishvili denies this.

Tiny Toon Adventures[]

  • In Tiny Toon Adventures: How I Spent My Vacation, Elmyra Duff gives a lion a Bart Simpson-type haircut.
  • In the episode "Pledge Week", Babs Bunny does impressions of Marge, Bart and, Maggie.
  • In "Toon TV", Babs mentions Bart in the song segment "Toon Out, Toon In".
Tiny toons Blard

Blard Simpleton

  • In "Weekday Afternoon Live" there is a spoof character of Bart named Blard Simpleton, who acts as the "celebrity host".
  • In "Tiny Toon Spring Break", a blue Bart Simpson makes a cameo locked in a cage along with the other animal characters Elmyra has kidnapped.

Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles[]

  • In one episode, The Simpsons appear on a TV screen.
  • In a Fast Forward episode, there's a family of aliens, who's members resemble Homer, Marge, Bart, and Maggie.

Uncle Grandpa[]

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Uncle Grandpa

  • In the episode "Uncle Grandpa Land", the cast does a couch gag with Uncle Grandpa dressed as Bart.

Video Games[]

Adventure Capitalist[]

  • On Earth, one of the Angel managers is named "Homer Sprinkles". This character resembles Homer Simpson, and hiring this character makes the Donut Shops 10% cheaper, a reference to Homer's love of donuts.

Call of Duty: Black Ops II[]

  • The Multiplayer map "Meltdown" takes place on a nuclear power plant. Inside a room near the Militia spawn, a box of pink donuts can be found on a control panel, a reference to Homer's workplace.

Call of Duty: Black Ops Cold War[]

  • In the Zombies map "Outbreak" objective-based, an HVT variant of Megaton randomly said, "Mmmmmm. Fresh meat." while attacking the players during Eliminate objective. This reference to Homer's catchphrase.

Club Penguin[]

  • In the SWF for the new Clothes Shop (2012-present), Marge Simpson is seen in a cameo. To avoid lawsuits of 20th Century Fox (Now 20th Century Studios), they changed the color of her hair to purple and put bows in her hair.

Counter-Strike: Condition Zero: Deleted Scenes[]

  • In the mission "Hankagai", a poster with 2 Mr. Sparkle's fishes, can be seen.

Deltarune[]

  • In the chapter 1 ending, when Kris can visit the town, they can met with Alphys, which to congratulate on trying so hard to find the chalk, she gifts Kris the home-made DVD collection of the Symptons, the sitcom about the middle-class monster family, containing every episode in all 28 seasons, being the funniest, most quotable show ever. But then warns Kris to not watch after the second season, since they rebooted it as Symptons Turbo, where they all starting driving their own motor-vehicles and then proceeding to blab about the show before Kris interrupts her saying they don't want to watch it. Funny enough, the episode that aired a few days after the release of the game, "Baby You Can't Drive My Car", focused on a self-driving car company coming to Springfield and poaching all of the power plant employees with their fun work environment, focusing on cars.

Digimon Story: Cyber Sleuth – Hacker's Memory[]

  • A customer in Hudie Internet Cafe says that they tried reading a comic book called "The Sim Sons" but didn't understand the humor, wondering why someone would want to eat a pair of shorts. This is a reference to Bart's catchphrase "Eat my shorts!"

Dragon Quest IX: Sentinels of the Starry Skies[]

  • The "Disco Stew" ability is a reference to Disco Stu.

Dynasty Warriors 7: Xtreme Legends[]

  • During the battle, Zhang Fei heard randomly saying "Why, you little...!" while fighting against him/her, the player, or allied NPCs, which is a reference to Homer's catchphrase.

Final Fantasy XV[]

  • A female NPC sometimes remarks that the food "tastes like burning". Ralph Wiggum says this after eating purple berries in the episode "Das Bus".
  • The description of the Gralean Medal of Honor says it is "An award presented to citizens of the imperial capital in honor of outstanding achievements in the field of excellence". This refers to the sham award Mr. Burns has Homer Simpson "win" to avoid a potential lawsuit from the latter regarding his time at the nuclear power plant rendering him sterile in the episode "Brother, Can You Spare Two Dimes?". The Gralean Medal of Honor can be found in a treasure spot at the nearby Aracheole Stronghold.
  • One of Vyv Dorden's sidequests during the Assassin's Festival requires taking a photograph of a white cat called Snowball, who appears atop the Leville's sign. Snowball was Lisa's first cat who was replaced with a black cat by the name of Snowball the II after it died being run over by Mayor Quimby's alcoholic brother Clovis.

Marvel Super Hero Squad Online[]

Minecraft XBOX Edition[]

  • A Simpsons Skin Pack DLC was released in late February 2015.

StarCraft[]

  • The pilot for the Terran Science Vessel has a voice similar to to Mr. Burns. In addition, the pilot will say "Excellent!" if the player clicks it enough times.

Star Fox: Assault[]

  • The character Beltino Toad in the game, or at least its English version, is depicted with similar mannerisms to Dr. Nick Riviera, including greeting the titular mercenary team in the second mission briefing in a similar manner to Dr. Nick's catchphrase.

Team Fortress 2[]

  • In the game, a hat is available to the Medic called "Ze Goggles" with the description stating that it does "nothing", a reference to a line from Rainier Wolfcastle in the episode Radioactive Man (which is also a popular internet meme).
  • In a blog post on the TF2 website explaining the development of the class "Demoman" (a black Scottish cyclops), the developers mentioned that they made the character black because at the time it looked too much like a "Groundskeeper in Springfield."

Resident Evil: Revelations[]

At one point in Chapter 5: Secrets Revealed, when Keith tells off Quintham for knocking over a drum set as well as reminding him that being stealthy was his idea, Quintham retorts "Sometimes, even Homer nods off, you know?"

Plants vs Zombies[]

  • Crazy Dave looks an awful lot like Homer Simpson, he even wears Homers signature white polo and jeans.
  • When making a custom zombie in the "Zombotar" section, their is an option where you can give your zombie marge's hair.

Terraria[]

  • When the Tavernkeep enters your world, their are many names he may have, one of them being Moe.
    • The Angler, who is disliked among most of the other NPCs, has a bratty attitude like Bart, and can share his name.

Transformice[]

  • Marge Simpson's hair appears in the shop as a head item.

Others[]

Chuck E. Cheese's[]

  • September 2001 Show

Web Shows[]

This is Bob[]

  • In this Russian Flash animated series in Season 3 episode 16 Bob in Circus, before the announcement of Bob, who was chosen to be an acrobat The Itchy & Scratchy Show jingle can be heard as well as heads of Krusty the Clown, Itchy, and Scratchy were shown during the introduction.

ForrestFire101[]

  • In "Craig's Nightmare - EPISODE 3", The Simpsons theme song were heard at the beginning of the video, possibly indicating that Forrest and Jake are watching the show.
  • In "Craig's Halloween - EPISODE 5", Forrest and Jake were seen watching The Simpsons episode "Treehouse of Horror VII" with a scene where Homer was burning himself while lights up a Jack-o-lantern.

WoodField[]

  • The YouTube series WoodField is heavily inspired by The Simpsons in every way, even down to the intro.

Comics & Books[]

Aprendo con Los Stivenson (I Learn with The Stivensons)[]

Aprendo con Los Stivenson

I Learn with The Stivensons (name in Spanish).

Big Nate[]

  • In an early strip, Nate says that he will wait to study until after watching The Simpsons.
  • In another strip, Nate suggests his father dress as Homer Simpson for Halloween.

Bloom County[]

  • In a strip for One Last Little Peek in 1995, the owner of a motorboat, while kicking off a girl with cornrows and a Mickey Mouse-lookalike for being "freeloaders" due to boarding despite not having enough fame to "have their faces printed on boxers", sarcastically yelled "Who do you think you are? The @★#@!! Simpsons?!" before demanding they get to work.

Curtis[]

Curtis Comic Crossovers

Bart comes to Curtis' party.

  • On April 8th, 2018, Curtis invited notorious troublemakers from other media to his party. One of these troublemakers was Bart Simpson.


Doctor Who Magazine[]

  • An alien resembling Bart Simpson briefly appears in the comic story "Space Invaders!"

Dork Diaries[]

  • In the book "Tales from a Not-So-Happily Ever After", Brianna mentioned that she tried to call Princess Sugar Plum, but instead called Moe and he told her if he called her again, he would send her to jail. This references when Bart do prank calls on Moe on several episodes of The Simpsons.

Harvest Moon[]

  • The characters from The Simpsons made a cameo appearance in the popular video game franchise manga Harvest Moon, are Krusty, Flanders, Moe, Mr. Burns and Smithers.

Luann[]

  • Homer was seen requesting an autograph from Tiffany (who was currently dressed up as Zeye from a homemade computer game "Eyes of Zeye"), although Luann, her rival, got the last laugh by giving an autograph on Darth Vader's lightsaber at the latter's request.

Marvel Comics[]

  • A family that greatly resembles the Simpsons has appeared in Sensational She-Hulk #33, New Warriors #27, Spider-Man: Sweet Charity. The second issue revealed that their hometown is Springdale, Connecticut.
  • An alien resembling Bart appeared in Silver Surfer #41 (Sept 1990).
  • In Howard the Duck #3 (2015), Howard the Duck, Aunt May and Tara Tam follow an old man who greatly resembles Hans Moleman.
  • In Immortal Hulk #32, characters that look like Bart, Nelson, Milhouse and Lisa appear outside a school, that may say "Springfield" on it. The Bart-looking character also says "embiggen".
  • In Ultimate Spider-Man #1, the bus driver taking Peter and his class home from their field trip resembles that of Otto Mann.
  • In one comic, Slapstick's head is transformed into Bart Simpson.

Nickelodeon Magazine[]

  • On the cover for the April 2001 (Kids Choice Awards 2001 edition) issue, Bart makes a cameo.
  • Marge's silhouette appears on the cover of an issue, where she and other silhouetted cartoon characters ride on a Ferris wheel.
  • Homer's arm appears on the comic strip "A Show with Hands" on one issue.

On The Fastrack[]

  • The May 23, 2015 comic by Bill Holbrook includes Rose Trellis being drawn in several cartoon character styles, include with Marge's hair. The punchline is that because she is one of the richest people in the world, she objected that the cartoonists didn't pay her for the privilege of drawing her that way.

Small Steps[]

  • When Armpit was checking into a hotel, he was told to look for Lisa Simpson by his friend Kaira (Who is a teen singing sensation) disguises herself as TV characters to not to be recognized in public.

The Boys[]

  • In issue 24, when Mother’s Milk buys syrup, a woman resembling Marge can be seen as the cashier.

Music[]

Red Velvet[]

  • Itchy and Scratchy (or characters that resemble them) make an appearance in the music video of Red Velvet's song "Russian Roulette".

Trey Songz[]

  • In Trey Songz' song "Say Aah", it features the line "Tryna' get you home or would you be Marge Simpson?", which is a play on Homer's name and a reference to his wife Marge Simpson.

Internet Memes[]

All Your Base Are Belong To Us[]

How are you gentlemen!
  • A popular series of photoshopped images for its use of a badly translated line from the imported European release of the Japanese video game Zero Wing, and exploded into use by the Newgrounds flash animation music videos of Invasion of the Gabber Robots by the defunct techno band Laziest Men On Mars, one edit consists of a take of the popular Chalkboard gag, with Bart writing the famous line down as punishment. This was the first meme used in The Simpsons.

Bart Testing Megaphones[]

Originating from the episode "The Secret War of Lisa Simpson", Bart gets a hold of several megaphones and lines them up in front of each other, aiming them outside a window. Bart regularly says "testing" into the first megaphone, and the sound is amplified with every megaphone it passes through. Once it gets to the last one, it blasts out an ear-drum shattering shockwave, throughout Springfield, making the entire town go temporarily deaf, as well as leaving behind an everlasting stream of feedback.

This has been incorporated into a meme, wherein people will replace Bart's quote with other funny phrases or audio clips, giving it the same treatment.

Dead Bart[]

Dead Bart is a Creepypasta, based on The Simpsons, which details a "lost" episode from the first season, wherein, like the title suggests, Bart Simpson dies. The Creepypasta was also accompanied by an edited picture of Homer's face melting off, taken from the episode "Brother from the same planet" Despite this being Homer, it's intended to resemble Bart. The popularity of this Creepypasta has turned it into an internet meme.

Homer Backs Into Things[]

Originating from the episode "Homer Loves Flanders", Homer inquires The Flanders Family if they want to spend time with him. They decline his offer and Homer says "Oh, okay." before backing into a hedge with a blank expression. This has been reused as a reaction clip on the internet.

Krumping Marge[]

Originating from the episode "Little Orphan Millie", a scene featured Marge teaching Bart how to do a dance, known as "krumping". While Marge krumped, one of the in-between frames depicted an awkwardly positioned Marge Simpson, with her head going down her neck, while she was in a funny position. This single frame of Marge had then become wildly popularized on the internet.

Simpsonwave[]

Simpsonwave is a sub-genre of memetic music, wherein vaporwave music is played over clips from The Simpsons, along with the scenes being filtered with psychedelic visuals, to fully commit to the "vaporwave" style of the art.

Steamed Hams[]

Main article: Steamed Hams
Originating from the episode "22 Short Films About Springfield", a scene featuring Principal Skinner and Superintendent Chalmers having dinner together, has become popular on YouTube, especially, where people edit the scene and do all sorts of funny remixes with it.

That's the Joke![]

Originating from the episode "A Star is Burns", Rainier Wolfcastle gets his own stand-up comedy special, where he tells a bland joke that nobody gets, returning to him a resounding silence from the audience. After a beat of this awkward silence, Wolfcastle bluntly says into the microphone "That's the joke!"

This has been used as a reaction clip on the internet, in response to anyone who fails to understand the irony in an humorous statement, and explains the nonsense of the statement, believing it to be serious.

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