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



Movie name Picture Reference
Airheads Chazz tells Yvonne that she'll be home in time to watch The Simpsons.
Basic Instinct Basic Instinct Bart Simpson keyring.jpg A secondary character owns a keyring with a Bart Simpson figurine attached to it. It is shown several times throughout the movie and becomes a key element to explain a murder.
Bulworth A short clip showing Lionel Hutz is edited in the opening credits.
Catch That Kid A security guard is seen watching the episode "Homer's Night Out" on a television.
The Dark Wind The child who found the body is wearing a Bart Simpson T-shirt when he's interviewed by Officer Chee.
Dead On: Relentless II Bart can be seen on a magazine at a news stand.
Despicable Me In one scene, Gru shouts "D'oh!".

Several of the Minions were named by Mike Reiss, and were named after writers for The Simpsons. In particular Stuart is named after J. Stewart Burns, Kevin is named after Kevin Curran and Bob is named after Bob Bendetson.

Diary of a Wimpy Kid: The Long Haul Diary of a Wimpy Kid The Long Haul.png While Greg and Rodrick were at the convention center, Manny is watching the scene where Luke Perry gets shot out of a cannon from Krusty Gets Kancelled.
El Mariachi A Bart Simpson poster can be seen in Azul's room.
F.A.R.T. the Movie One of the jokes in the film: "Fart Simpson".
Flubber Flubber.png For about three seconds, Bart and Lisa laughing on a couch on the yellow robot can be seen.
Garfield the Movie Garfield the Movie - Dog of Death.png Garfield flips the channel of the TV to the episode "Dog of Death".
Grumpy Old Men Max quotes Bart's catchphrase "Eat my shorts".
Hop Carlos, a chick (voiced by Hank Azaria) says the line "Everything's coming up Carlos!", a reference to Milhouse's line "Everything's coming up Milhouse!" from "Mom and Pop Art".
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.
The Lego Movie Milhouse Lego Movie.png Milhouse makes a cameo appearance.
Look Who's Talking Too A decal of Bart appears on the wall at the doctor's office, along with the line "don't have a cow".
The Return of Jafar Genie, being voiced by Dan Castellaneta, laughs like Krusty the Clown while shaped like a jack-in-the-box.
Serenity Fruity Oaty Bar Serenity.jpg The "Fruity Oaty Bar" commercial within the film was partially inspired by the Mr. Sparkle commercial from the episode "In Marge We Trust".
Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles II: The Secret of the Ooze Tmnt29-1361165951.jpg A cup with Bart Simpson on it can be seen.
Time Runner Bart's catchphrase, "Eat my shorts!", is referenced.
Toy Story Mr. Potato Head says "d'oh" after being called 'Bart'.
We're the Millers We're the Millers.png While David is sitting outside his apartment trying to devise a plan to smuggle marijuana out of Mexico, a man and his family drive up in a RV. The driver explains that he's lost and cheerfully asks David for directions, to which David responds with "Fuck off, real-life Flanders."
Zebrahead Bart Simpson is mentioned.
Keeping Up with the Steins A Homer Simpson ruler is seen.

TV ShowsEdit

TV series Episode name Episode number Picture Reference
The Adventures of Jimmy Neutron: Boy Genius "The Trouble With Clones" 54 In space, Jimmy's Evil Clone makes a prank call to the U.N. Security Council asking for Ivanna Shakemabooty. This is a reference to Bart's prank calls to Moe's Tavern.
American Dad! "100 A.D." 97 Roger tells the audience that "tonight [they] shall find out who killed Mr. Burns." He is then told that that happened 15 years ago, and the culprit was Maggie.
"Faking Bad" 159 American Dad Bart Simpson fake ID.png Steve is making fake IDs and then asks for "Mike Rotch" and then asks if anyone has seen "Mike Rotch", parodying one of Bart's prank calls. Bart then appears and laughs at Steve.
Animaniacs "Hooray for North Hollywood Part 1" 96 Bart makes a cameo appearance 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 claims.
Avatar: The Last Airbender "Lake Laogai" 37 Toph says "We're finally leaving Ba Sing Se, Worst City Ever!" A reference to Comic Book Guy's catchphrase.
Back to the Future "A Verne By Any Other Name" 21 Verne suggest to author Jules Verne that he change his name to Bart Simpson, among other names.
The Ben Stiller Show "On Melrose Avenue" 4 The Simpsons is mentioned by Ben during the cold open.
Bill & Ted's Excellent Adventures "Never the Twain Shall Meet" 11 Bill mentions Bart Simpson.
The Boondocks "Early Bird Special" 49 When an African-American woman hugs Robert Freeman in her living room and flipping the channel on the TV till she stop, "And what about her?" she ask, then Robert said, "No, Marge Simpson's not prettier than you, either".
Brain Games "Anger" 33 In a fake trivia contest, one of the questions asked is "Which cartoon features a bar called Moe's?". The first contestant answers "Yes...yes...uh...Speedy Gonzales". And the second contestant says "" and "who doesn't know what Moe's is?". The previous contestant says "I didn't".
BrainRush Questions were asked that were related to The Simpsons such as:

"How many fingers does Homer Simpson have?"

Breadwinners Super Duck vs Muscle Bread 30 Breadwinners - The Simpsons ducks.png During the battle, a family of ducks, similar to the Simpson family is shown.
Clarissa Explains It All "No T.V." 2 Clarissa asks Sam to watch The Simpsons for her when she can't watch TV.
The Cleveland Show "Ain't Nothin' But Mutton Bustin'" 31 Cleveland Show Simpsons.png Several Bart Simpson dolls are seen at a fair.
"Hot Cocoa Bang Bang" 43 Comic Book Guy Cleveland Show.png Comic Book Guy (voiced by Hank Azaria) criticizes Cleveland's comic book then says "Worst cameo ever".
Codename: Kids Next Door "Operation: M.A.T.A.D.O.R." 86 Numbuh 4 says "D'oh".
Comedy Central Roast "The Roast of Charlie Sheen" 11 After mentioning that he found inspiration from the Iliad during a dark period in his life, Mike Tyson tells Seth MacFarlane that he's not the only person who's "gotten by by taking ideas from Homer".
Comic Book Men "Junk" 1 Bart Simpson plush toys can be seen at Bryan's table at the flea market.
Community "Debate 109" 9 During a debate Simmons uses Apu as an example that people are good.
"Modern Warfare" 23 Jeff refers to Disco Stu when talking about a student who is trying to bring disco back.
Corner Gas "World's Biggest Thing" 6 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.
Coronation Street Episode 8407 (11th June 2014) Gary said that Faye should be out with her friends at the ice-rink, not stuck at home with [watching] Homer and Marge.
The Cosby Show "Same Time Next Year" 152 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.
CSI: Cyber "The Evil Twin" 6 CSI Cyber Bart and Homer Simpson.png A list of aliases used by clients when they check in shows up. Listed among them is Homer and Bart Simpson.
Dan Vs. "The Barber" 14 Dan Vs. - Season 1, episode 14.png 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.
Dead Ringers Unknown Unknown Dead Ringers - The Stimpsons title screen.png

Dead Ringers - The Stimpsons Homer, Marge and Bart Simpson.png Dead Ringers - The Stimpsons Lisa Simpson.png

A parody of The Simpsons entitled "The Stimpsons", in which Homer (with Bart's hair) is really Captain Pugwash, Marge Simpson (with Lisa's hair) is Mr. Benn in disguise, Bart Simpson (with Homer's hair) is actually Charley the Cat and the sofa (or couch) is Bagpuss under a blanket. It is also revealed that Lisa Simpson (with Marge's hair) is actually the robotic number 2 from the previous BBC television idents.
Designing Women "The Strange Case of Clarence and Anita" 126 Bernice calls Senator Alan Simpson "Bart Simpson".
Dinosaurs "License to Parent" 37 When the Baby spills the milk on Earl, Earl yells, "Why you little?!" and strangles him.
"Dirty Dancin'" 47 Baby says "Don't have a cow, man".
Drawn Together "The Other Cousin" 5 5eUQwLb.png Homer Simpson can be seen passed out in the background, scratching himself.
"Ghostesses in the Slot Machine" 13 DT206Marge.png


  • In the casino, Marge Simpson is seen operating a slot machine. This is a reference to The Simpsons episode "$pringfield (Or, How I Learned to Stop Worrying and Love Legalized Gambling)", in which Marge develops a gambling addiction.
  • Homer Simpson is one of the patrons at the Fox Hole strip club. He can be seen seated near Spanky's doctor during the scene where Clara scans the room looking for her father.
"A Tale of Two Cows" 17 Drawn Together floorboard gag.png

Drawn Together Simpsons.png

A reference to the floorboard gag is made when as the camera moves up between the floorboards two skeletons that resemble Bart and Lisa Simpson can be seen. In the same episode, a house resembling the Simpsons' house is seen with Bart hanging out the window dead.
"Wooldoor Sockbat's Giggle-Wiggle Funny Tickle Non-Traditional Progressive Multicultural Roundtable" 24 NeddieDT.png Ned Flanders is seen in the hearing Senate cheering with Clara in the ship behind Wooldoor, among all the Simpsons characters those have made their cameo appearances, Ned's face was Completely seen, except his shirt was orange unlike his usual green one in the original Simpsons, also his flesh was like his skin.
"Lost in Parking Space, Part Two" 30 DTHomers3.png Homer Simpson was seen as one of the cartoon characters in the dungeon for cartoon characters everyone hates. His legs can be seen with nails hammered into them and his finger too.
"Nipple Ring-Ring Goes to Foster Care" 34 Captain Hero's 12 year old self uses the term "Do the Bartman" as an expression, referencing to the pop rap song from the 1990s, based off of Bart Simpsons from the series.
Duckman "I, Duckman" 1 Duckman Simpsons.png 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. 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.
"Ride the High School" 6 Duckman Simpsons 2.png A boy whose appearance is similar to that of Bart's is seen at the boarding school for gifted children.
"It's the Thing of the Principal" 9 Duckman shouts "D'oh!" at the end.
"Clip Job" 22 One of the characters Duckman turns into when he's hooked up to the TV transmitting device is Homer Simpson.
"Duckman and Cornfed in 'Haunted Society Plumbers'" 56 HomerDuck.jpg 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.
DuckTales (2017) "Storkules in Duckburg!" 29 DuckTales 2017 Simpsons.png 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.
"The Outlaw Scrooge McDuck!" 33 DuckTales 2019 Simpsons.png The discussion between Scrooge McDuck and Glittering Goldie resembles the one between Bart and Ned in Hurricane Neddy.
Edge of Heaven N/A 1 Alfie said that Carly was the Marge to her Homer.
El Tigre: The Adventures of Manny Rivera "Eye Caramba" 13a The episode's title is a parody of Bart's catchphrase, "Ay Carumba!"
The Fairly OddParents "Channel Chasers" 54-56 Fairly OddParents Simpsons chalkboard.jpg

Fairly OddParents Simpsons house.jpg

When Timmy Turner, Future Timmy Turner, Cosmo and Wanda travel through the world of television to stop Vicky from taking over the world, one TV show they travel into is a parody of The Simpsons, entitled "The Feldmans". It features a chalkboard gag parody, parodies of Krusty, Ned Flanders and Barney Gumble, as well as Blinky (the parodied version of Barney Gumble gains a third eye, like Blinky, while swimming in toxic nuclear waste), the opening sequence (without the title screen), the theme song and a couch gag. Vicky is seen dressed like Bumblebee Man (except as a ladybug) (with Mr. Burns' face), writing "Vicky Was Here" on the "Wintergreen" Nuclear Power Plant. In the parodied opening sequence, some street graffiti that says "El Vicko" can be seen, obviously a parody of El Barto. Moe's Tavern is also parodied as "Mike's Tavern". The town of "Wintergreen", is a parody of Springfield (the parody name is seen on the parodied version of the Elementary School). In the parodied version of the chalkboard gag, Timmy Turner writes: "This is the sincerest form of flattery" (referencing how the show is imitating The Simpsons), with right hand, unlike Bart Simpson, who writes with left hand. In the parody, Timmy has Bart's shoes, but with a different color and without a white circle and Adult Timmy has Homer's beard.
"Fairly OddBaby" 76-77 When Cosmo was pregnant with Baby Poof, he vomits and thinks about naming his child "Barfolomew", a reference to Bart's full name. When Cosmo thinks about Barfolomew, the child he imagines is a parody of Bart Simpson.
"Cheese & Crockers / Land Before Timmy" 84-85 Mr. Turner invents his own toilet seat, which is similar to Homer's Lazy Man Toilet Seat from The Simpsons episode, "The Wizard of Evergreen Terrace."
Farscape "What Was Lost: Part 2 - Resurrection" 69 John Crichton refers to Braca as Smithers, referencing his habits of sucking up to his superior.
"Mental as Anything" 81 John Crichton says to a person who is teaching them "Not going to happen Miss Krabappel".
"We're So Screwed (Part 2): Hot to Katratzi" 86 After Braca (who in a previous episode, John referred to as Smithers) shot and killed someone trying to kill Scorpius, John says to Scorpius "Feel the love, Mr. Burns".
The Flash "Back to Normal" 42 Joe West refers to an aging Griffin Grey as "Grampa Simpson".
"Honey, I Shrunk Team Flash" 81 Harry Wells creates an "embiggening bazooka" to get Ralph and Cisco back to full size. Iris then calls Harry out on "embiggen" not being a word.
"King Shark vs. Gorilla Grodd" 107 King Shark vs. Gorilla Grodd Simpsons gif.png Iris West receives texts in her group chat about the Gorilla Grodd vs. King Shark fight. Cisco sends a gif from Meat and You: Partners in Freedom in season 7's "Lisa the Vegetarian" of a shark eating a gorilla reaching out for bananas.
Full House "Working Girl" 82 Becky compares Priscilla's hairstyle to that of Marge Simpson.
"Joey Goes Hollywood" 91 A press release about Joey's new show cites the success of The Simpsons in reference to its decision to make the series animated.
"Silence Is Not Golden" 137 Jessie calls Stephanie and Michelle Itchy and Scratchy.
Garfield and Friends "The Automated, Animated Adventure" 73 Garfield.jpg While in the computer, Mr. Sprocket changes Garfield's image into Bart Simpson.
Golden Girls "If at Last You Do Succeed" 131 The Simpsons is mentioned by name.
Gravity Falls "Bottomless Pit!" 14 Dipper says, "How you diddly-doing, Soos?" which is a reference to Ned Flanders.
The Grim Adventures of Billy & Mandy Unknown Unknown The Grim Adventures of Billy & Mandy - Home of the Ancients.jpg The hair of the bride of Frankenstein, looks similar to Marge Simpson.
Growing Pains "Meet the Seavers" 139 Ben mentions Bart Simpson.
Herman's Head Unknown Unknown Louise (played by Yeardley Smith) angrily snaps "I do not!" into the phone, slams the receiver back into the cradle, and then asks Herman if she sounds like Lisa Simpson.
Hillside "The Party" 10 Olaf has a theory that Bart is Finnish.
Histeria Unknown Unknown The theme song is a parody of The Itchy & Scratchy Show theme song.
House "Known Unknowns" 117 Dr. Gregory House goes to see Dr. Lisa Cuddy with a medical reason, which he says was a ruse to just check up on her boobs, which House refers to as Patty and Selma. When Cuddy questions why House named her boobs after "someone's aunts", House says that it is a "compliment as they are always smokin'".
House Marge Simpson.png As Dr. House and Dr. Cuddy are dancing at an '80s dance, a woman dressed as Marge Simpson is seen in the background.
How I Met Your Mother Unknown Unknown In one episode, Ted says "Let's teach Bart Simpson how to drive!"
"The Stinsons" 79 The title is a reference to The Simpsons.
Keeping Up Appearances "The Senior Citizens' Outing" 34 SimpsonsKeepingUpAppearances.jpg Hyacinth and the Italian are riding bumper cars in a place where The Simpsons billboards are on the wall, signaling rules of not what to do in the bumper cars at the Pleasure Beach theme park in Great Yarmouth.
Last Week Tonight with John Oliver "Episode 7" 7 Stephen Hawking is mentioned as a "popular guest on The Simpsons" and footage of him in "They Saved Lisa's Brain" is shown.
"Episode 72" 72 One of the things John assumes angry commenters are typing about him is that he looks like a "British Milhouse".
L.A. Law "L.A. Lawless" 129 L.A. Law Homer Simpson.png 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.
Legends of Tomorrow "Freakshow" 35 Mick uses the word "embiggen" to describe what Ray did to the saber-tooth tiger.
Mad "Avaturd / CSI Carly" 1 Bart Simpson appears, although he is wearing glasses.
"Pirates of the Neverland: At Wit's End / Batman Family Feud" 6 Once the pirates made their way to Neverland, the Simpsons opening sequence is parodied with the same music, and the factory to the top left.
"Ko-Bee Movie / Law & Ogre" 20 Homer Simpson appeared on a picture at the Wolfgang Bucks coffee shop.
"ArThor / The Big Fang Theory" 24 Bart Simpson appeared writing on the chalkboard.
"Dances With Wolverine / Tater Tots & Tiaras" 36 Dr. Hibbert appears as a judge in a segment titled "America's Next Top Surgeon".
"Dullverine / Under the Dumb" 101 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.
Melrose Place "Peanut Butter and Jealousy" 20 Billy is watching The Simpsons on TV.
The Middle "Halloween" 30 Brick Heck goes trick-or-treating dressed as Sgt. MacKenzie, and one of the neighbors thinks he is dressed as Groundskeeper Willie. When he goes to the door of another neighbor, he mentions that he's not dressed as him, and some other characters neighbors thought he was dressed as.
Minority Report "Pilot" 1 Season 75.png In the year 2065, season 75 of The Simpsons is airing. Clips included are from "Future-Drama", "Holidays of Future Passed", "Days of Future Future", "Lisa's Wedding", "Rosebud" and "Bart to the Future".
Mock the Week July 1, 2010 episode 73 In the News Reel segment, Hugh Dennis, who is doing a voice over suggesting things the people in the video are saying, does a voice over of Nick Clegg, saying that he is just Smithers to David Cameron.
Mr. Bean "Mind the Baby, Mr. Bean" 10 A Bart Simpson balloon can be seen
Mystery Science Theater 3000 "Rocketship X-M" 201 Quote from the episode: "Wow. This Bart Simpson stuff is everywhere."
"Rocket Attack U.S.A." 205 Joel comments that Tom Servo looks like Bart Simpson with his "haircut".
"Gamera" 302 One of the characters says "D'oh!"
"Gamera vs. Guiron" 312 Joel: "I'm Itchy!" Crow: "I'm Scratchy!"
"Master Ninja II" 324 Tom shouts "Mendoza!" in a McBain-esque voice.
"City Limits" 403 Crow, pretending to be Mr. Burns, says "Look, Smithers! I'm Davey Crockett!"
"Hercules and the Captive Woman" 412 Crow, Joel and Tom hum the show's theme music.
"The Day the Earth Froze" 422 Joel: "It's a bag of Homer Simpson?"
"Bride of the Monster" 423 Quoted by Joel and the robots.
"The Wild World of Batwoman" 515 Mike impersonates Mr. Burns while saying "Simpson, eh?"
"Outlaw" 519 Tom impersonates Ned Flanders, saying "Okely-dokely-do!"
"Teen-Age Crime Wave" 522 Crow, imitating Ned Flanders, says "What can I doodily-do for ya?"
"Zombie Nightmare" 604 Crow (as Ned Flanders): "How ya diddly-doin'?"
"Code Name: Diamond Head" 608 Crow (as Ned Flanders): "What can I doodily-do ya for?"
"The Violent Years" 610 Crow, Mike and Tom hum the intro to The Simpsons theme.
"The Amazing Transparent Man" 623 Mike (as Snake): "Oh, no! Cops!"
NCIS "Trojan Horse" 93 Special Agent Anthony DiNozzo was talking to a person over the phone, asking if he knew some people. The guy over the phone misheard him and thought he said Adam West, which then led to them discussing Burt Ward and his appearance on The Simpsons. Tony asked which episode he appeared in before his boss, Leroy Jethro Gibbs, walked into the room, causing Tony to stop.
"Shell Shock (Part II)" 217 NCIS were looking for a woman with blue hair. Anthony DiNozzo got a statement from a convenience store manager and found out that "Marge Simpson was a regular".
Outnumbered "The Night Out" 11 Karen says she woke up and had four fingers like the Simpsons.
Paddy's Show and Telly "Paddy's 2012 Show and Telly" 2 The Simpsons was one of the programs in Paddy's Planner. Denise van Outen and Nicky Byrne took part in Paddy's Planner, and in their round they chose The Simpsons as one of the programs they would receive a question related to. The question was "What is Bart and Lisa's baby sister called?" Nicky Byrne said "Lisa"; the correct answer is "Maggie".
Parker Lewis Can't Lose "Parker Lewis Must Lose" 4 Jerry mentions that Bart Simpson and "that genie on 'Pee-wee's Playhouse'" received votes in the student election.
"Heather the Class" 15 During a game of Pictionary, Jerry draws Bart Simpson.
"Citizen Kube" 19 The sweepstakes officer, presenting the cow to Larry, tells him to "have a cow".
Portlandia "Fashion" 43 Portlandia Simpsons Matt Groening.jpg Matt Groening sues Spike for making an unlicensed Bart Simpson, called Bart Ska-mpson, T-Shirt.
The Powerpuff Girls "Collect Her / Supper Villain" 15 Powerpuff Girls - Lenny Baxter.png The villain Lenny Baxter was based in the Comic Book Guy.
The Real Ghostbusters "Guess What's Coming To Dinner" 7 Ghostbusters.jpg A monster family that resembles the Simpsons, moves to live at the Ghostbusters Headquarters.
Robot Chicken "Atta Toy" 13 Pat O'Brien reports about a new, conservative version of The Simpsons. Homer Simpson orders freedom fries at the Kwik-E-Mart, but Apu invokes his heathen God and calls Homer a fat, stupid American. The Department of Homeland Security then take Apu to the Abu Ghraib prison while the Simpson family celebrates at a barbecue. It ends with a naked Apu repenting his actions while chained to the neck by Lynndie England.
"Major League of Extraordinary Gentlemen" 87 Bart Simpson writes several phrases on the chalkboard, including: "Why aren't I aging?"
Robot Wars Series 4 Semi Final A N/A Robot Wars Homer Simpson.png After the battle between Firestorm and Dominator 2, a doll of Homer Simpson is seen in the Pits.
Roseanne "Mommy Nearest" 101 A Bart Simpson doll can be seen when Roseanne, Jackie and Bev are in Darlene's room talking.
Sam & Cat "#BrainCrush" 25 Cat acts in a play titled Baberaham Lincoln (where she portrays a British, female version of Abraham Lincoln). At the start of the play, she says that she lived in Springfield long before The Simpsons.
The Samsonadzes (Georgian: სამსონაძეები, Samsonadzeebi) N/A N/A The Samsonadzes.png The entire show is a Georgian rip-off of The Simpsons.
Saturday Night Live Unknown Unknown A Britney Spears imitator says that her sister's show Zoey 101 is better than animated shows like The Simpsons.
840 Season 43 Episode 11 Saturday Night Live Bart Simpson.jpg A man (Mikey Day) said he was bullied for looking like Bart Simpson. He said people told him to "go back to Springfield", laughed at him like Nelson and said Bart's catchphrases to him. He also said his "name is Bert Sampson".
Saved by the Bell "Driver's Education" 33 In the final scene in the classroom, Screech wears a Simpsons T-shirt.
"The Last Dance" 48 Screech debates between dressing as Bart Simpson or Al Bundy for the costume ball.
"No Hope With Dope" 68 Screech wonders aloud whether the Simpsons will be at Johnny's party.
"Rockumentary" 69 Brian asks if Bart has animated zits.
"Mystery Weekend" 73 Zack refers to Bartholomew as "Bartman."
"The Fight" 78 Zack says that Joanna "makes Madonna look like Bart Simpson".
Saved by the Bell: The College Years "The Homecoming" 109 Screech mentions Itchy and Scratchy.
"Wedding Plans" 122 Lisa mentions Krusty the Clown.
Sesame Street Big Bird's Birthday Celebration TV special Bart and Homer have a speaking appearance in the special.
Son of Zorn All Hail Son of Zorn Craig Gets Called Black Flanders.
Shear Genius "In the Dark" The contestants tried to make hair cuts that resemble cartoon characters, and two tried making Marge's hair do.
Supernatural "Something Wicked" 18 Sam Winchester mentions the cities of Ogdenville, North Haverbrook, and Brockway, as being locations of past Shtriga activity.
"Teen Titans Go! (TV series)" "Starfire the Terrible" 29 When Robin tries to remake his hair, one of the hairstyles resembles Bart Simpson's hair style.
Tiny Toon Adventures Tiny Toon Adventures: How I Spent My Vacation Tinytoonsc.jpg Elmyra Duff cuts a lions hair making him look like Bart.
"It's All Relatives" 66 Tinytoonsb1.jpg Babs Bunny does impressions of Marge, Bart, and Maggie.
"Toon TV" 90 Tinytoons.jpg Babs mentions Bart in the music video "Toon Out, Toon In".
"Weekday Afternoon Live" 95 There is a spoof character of Bart named Blard Simpleton.
"Tiny Toon Spring Break" 99 Bart Simpson makes a cameo locked in a cage along with the other animal characters Elmyra has kidnapped
Two and a Half Men "Avoid the Chinese Mustard" 208 Walden Schmidt tells the person he is paying to be his girlfriend that they will not have sex and lists a place where they will not have sex, including the windmill in the mini golf course, a reference to "Natural Born Kissers" where Marge and Homer had sex in the windmill at Sir Putt-A-Lot's Merrie Olde Fun Centre.
Uncle Grandpa "Uncle Grandpa Land" 57 The cast does a cough gag with Uncle Grandpa dressed as Bart Simpson saying "Cowabunga morning!".
Under the Dome "Manhunt" 3 Joe's Friend (Ben Drake) says there are a few guys seeing The Simpson's Movie.

*Note: Under the Dome has a similar plot to the Simpson's Movie.
Viva La Bam "Rockstars" 20 At the end Brandon DiCamillo can be seen wearing a Homer Simpson Shirt.
Whose Line Is It Anyway? - 105 Whose Line Is It Anyway.png After the performers improvise a brief scene using the prompt "America's Funniest Lethal Home Videos", Drew comments that the result was "like Itchy and Scratchy".
- 131 Whose Line Is it Anyway - Ep 131.png During a game of "Props" Ryan, pretending to be Bart, asks Kathy, pretending to be Lisa, if she's seen Homer.
- 135 Whose Line Is it Anyway - Ep 135.png When Drew puts on a large red wig, Ryan tells him that he looks like Sideshow Bob.
- 170 Whose Line Is it Anyway - Ep 170.png Wayne, during a game of "Props": "We are gathered here to mourn Sideshow Bob."
The X-Files "Revelations" 60 Fox Mulder remarked that Owen Lee Jarvis looked like Homer Simpson's evil twin.
"The End" 117 Gibson Praise watched a scene from The Simpsons involving Homer from "The Cartridge Family".
"The Beginning" 118 The character of Homer is loosely based on Homer Simpson. He is lazy and works at a nuclear power plant.

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Video GamesEdit

Game Level Picture Reference
Assassin's Creed IV: Black Flag An in-game email, entitled "CONFIDENTIAL - Subject - RE: Potential time periods?" listed interesting time periods and locations and said "Twentieth Century - 'Summer of Love' American Pacific Coast", referencing Assassin's Creed: Summer of Love from season 23's "The Food Wife".
Call of Duty: Black Ops II "Multiplayer Map - Meltdown" Call of Duty Multiplayer Map - The Simpsons Reference.png A box of pink-frosted donuts and a construction hat can be found in a worker's office in the nuclear power plant.
Counter-Strike: Condition Zero: Deleted Scenes "Hankagai" CS CZ Deleted Scenes - Mr. Sparkle.jpg A poster with 2 Mr. Sparkle's fishes, can be seen.
Dragon Quest IX: Sentinels of the Starry Skies The "Disco Stew" ability is a reference to Disco Stu.
Duke Nukem 3D "Stadium" The zeppelin hovering overhead reads "Duf Beer".
"Going Postal" Duke Nukem Pick Up Bart.jpg In the bathroom there is wrote something backwards in the wall. Looking in the mirror it reads "Pick Up Bart". This is a reference to the episode "Brother from the Same Planet", in which Milhouse wrote that on the wall written (which itself is a reference to The Shining).
"Critical Mass" Duke Nukem Sector 7-G.jpg There is a secret place which has wrote on the wall "Sector 7-G" and a large computer with a lot of donuts in it.
Fable III "Missing Play" After The Ham Sandwich is performed, one of the audience says "Worst play ever", Comic Book Guy's catchphrase.
"The Game" After completing the game, one of the people who set it up stated "Worst game ever", again a reference to Comic Book Guy's catchphrase.
Fallout N/A The Radiation King TV brand is a reference to the TV Homer owned in a flashback in "Grampa vs. Sexual Inadequacy".
Fallout 4 Far Harbor DLC In Beaver Creeks Lanes, there is a terminal that mentions the Holy Rollers as a team in the 2078 Bar Harbor League Standings.
1.6.9 patch "Bart" and "Bort" were included as names that Codsworth can say.
Lunar: Eternal Blue
Just Cause 3 Just Cause 3 Simpsons Easter Egg.png When riding on a train, going to your map will allow you to find three new map markers, one for Brockway, one for North Haverbrook and one for Ogdenville. Each marker is a blue version of Lyle Lanley's hat.
Team Fortress 2 Team Fortress 2 Ze Goggles.png A hat is available to the Medic entitled "Ze Goggles" with the description stating that it does "nothing", a reference to a line from Ranier Wolfcastle in the episode "Radioactive Man", which has become 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".
Quake III Arena Q3arenasmap.jpeg In one game maps that can be downloaded or are unlockable, is the map of Springfield, similar to the series without characters and tidy.
Deltarune Chapter 1 ending Deltarune.png 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.


Series Book Picture Reference
Aprendo con Los Stivenson
(I Learn with The Stivensons)
Aprendo con Los Stivenson.jpg The family's appearance has a heavily resemblance to The Simpsons, but with different names:
CHERUB Class A Two female agents, Kerry Chang and Gabrielle, were watching an episode of The Simpsons in Spanish.
The Sleepwalker James Adams compares the situation of Kerry Chang breaking the rules frequently to The Simpsons episode "Smoke on the Daughter" where Lisa goes bad, starts smoking and tells Miss Hoover to "shove it".
The Onion Our Dumb World One of the images on the back cover shows a guy walking from a 7-Eleven with a "super big gulp" cup. In the background there is a banner running above the store's front door advertising Squishees and donuts. Homer also appears on the banner. This same image appears on page 10 of the book.
The Power of Five Nightrise Jamie, Alicia and Danny accidentally barged into a family. The father was wearing a Homer Simpson T-Shirt.
The Saga of Darren Shan Tunnels of Blood Darren and Evra decided to get a television when they got back to the Cirque du Freak, if only for reruns of The Simpsons.


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Image Magazine Date published Reference
Mad Kids May, 2006 On page 12 Bart, Homer, Marge and Maggie can be seen, with Bart yelling "Eat my shorts!" at his parents.

On page 52, in the top cartoon, the boy has a lamp in his bedroom shaped like Bart's head.

Also on page 52, in the bottom cartoon a street vendor has a sign on his cart that says "Kakalosh", a reference to Khlav Kalash.

Both Barney and Uter are among the faces in the collage on pages 60 and 61, and can be seen again in the answer key on page 64.

August 2007 On page 18, during the interview with Emma Roberts, the interviewer asks her "which Ned is the coolest", with one of the options being Ned Flanders.
TV Guide March 1990.png TV Guide March 1990
for March 17–23, 1990
The cover features a drawing of the Simpsons on the couch and above, the text "TV: The Good, the Bad and the Ugly by The Simpsons, TV's Hot New Prime-time Family". There presumably was a review of the show on Page 4.
September 1990
for September 22–28, 1990
The cover features Bill Cosby and Bart sitting on his shoulder, with the text "Bart Simpson and Bill Cosby face off on Thursdays" below.
1991 Bart is featured on the cover of the 2000th issue; in the issue there is also a "Where's Bart?" section on page 62 asking readers to try to find Bart in a quilt of TV Guide covers.
November 1992
for November 28, 1992-December 4, 1992
The cover features a section saying "MAGGIE SPEAKS! We Ask Famous Fans What She'll Say".
January 1998 Four different covers were released; each side by side would form a couch scene with Bart, Homer, Grandpa, Selma, Patty, Marge, Maggie, Santa's Little Helper, and Snowball II.
October 1998
for October 17–23, 1998
The cover shows the family in costumes next to information about what will be included in that issue's Halloween preview, one of the series covered being The Simpsons.
October 2000
for October 21–27, 2004
There were twenty-four special covers, each showing the face of a different character, part of the "The 24 Secret Stars of The Simpsons" series. The characters were Mr. Burns, Captain McAllister, Krusty, Apu, Milhouse, Chief Wiggum, Sideshow Bob, Ned, Abe.
December 2004
for December 12–18, 2004
Four different covers were released, each containing a special-effects ornament.
TV Guide The Simpsons December 2009 cover 1.pngTV Guide The Simpsons December 2009 cover 2.pngTV Guide The Simpsons December 2009 cover 3.pngTV Guide The Simpsons December 2009 cover 4.pngTV Guide The Simpsons December 2009 cover 5.png December 2009
December 7–20, 2009
Five different covers were released: one shows an image of Homer wearing his Mr. Plow jacket and underpants, one shows an image of "Hulk Homer", one shows an obese homer wearing a muumuu from "King-Size Homer", one shows an image of "Colonel Homer", and one shows Homer wearing the Stonecutters' Stone of Shame. All of them have bolded text, stating "D'oh! The Simpsons Turns 20".
TV Guide The Simpsons October 2011.png October 2011
October 24-November 6, 2011
The cover shows a promotional image of that year's "Treehouse of Horror" episode.
TV Guide The Simpsons 60th Anniversary Cover.jpg April 4, 2013
for April 8–21, 2013
The cover is one of six special 60th anniversary cover for TV Guide. The image on the cover is a collage put together to show Homer saying "D'oh!" in the Simpsons' backyard.
April 2014 TV Guide.jpg April 2014
for April 21-May 4, 2014
The cover advertises the LEGO episode "Brick Like Me" and features LEGO Marge and Homer Simpson in his original form.

Comic BooksEdit

Series Image Issue Page Reference
My Little Pony: Friendship Is Magic MLP Comic - Issue 15, page 3.png 15 3 Twilight attempts to blast a bookworm with magic, exclaiming "D'oh" when she misses.
MLP Micro Comic - Issue 2.png Micro Series - 2 ? One of the gremlins shouts "the goggles, they do nothing".


Band/Singer Album Song Reference
The Bloodhound Gang Hefty Fine "Ralph Wiggum" The entire song is comprised of quotes from The Simpsons, mainly from Ralph Wiggum.
Chumbawamba Anarchy "Doh!" The track is named after Homer's catchphrase and Homer is heard shouting "D'oh!" at the end of the track.
Anarchy - At 24:30 a brief audio clip from "Stark Raving Dad" plays. (Mr. Burns: "Well, judging by his outlandish attire, he's some sort of free-thinking anarchist.")
Dan Castellaneta I Am Not Homer "So Dumb (Homer's Lament)" While not specifically The Simpsons media, "So Dumb (Homer's Lament)" is a song by Dan Castellaneta featuring the voices of many of his more popular The Simpsons characters from an otherwise The Simpsons-free album.
Lil' Flip The Leprechaun "I Can Do That" Due to his wealth, "wear iceberg with Bart Simpson" is one of the things Lil' Flip lists that he can afford to do.
Train California 37 "This'll Be My Year" Among the events mentioned to have happened in 1989 is "The Simpsons [coming] to Hollywood".
"Weird Al" Yankovic Bad Hair Day "Phony Calls" The song contains the entirety of Bart's prank call to Moe, asking for "Mike Rotch", from the episode "Blood Feud".
Potap & Nastya N/A "Новый год" Novyy god (New year) In the music video, Potap and Nastya pose as Homer and Marge Simpson watching and reacting to strange shows on the TV

Comic StripsEdit

Strip Date Image Reference
The Argyle Sweater December 2, 2012 The Argyle Sweater - December 2, 2012.png The Simpson family has died from liver failure because turning yellow is a sign of jaundice.
January 26, 2014 The Argyle Sweater - January 26, 2014.png Homer is seen in a prison lineup.
Bizarro December 11, 2011 Bizarro - December 11, 2011.png Homer gets botox which removes too many lines.
Dilbert March 30, 1991 Dilbert - March 30, 1991.png Dilbert says it's easy to draw the Simpsons and draws Bart riding a bike.
December 17, 2010 Dilbert - December 17, 2010.png A woman's app identifies Dilbert as Bart or a giant eraser.
The Family Circus July 19, 2009 The Family Circus - July 19, 2009.gif A father's family watches The Simpsons.
xkcd February 23, 2018 Xkcd Simpsons.png A table shows that if you were Bart or Lisa's age when The Simpsons first started, you'd be Homer or Marge's age now. The mouse-over text for the image states that a spell was put on Springfield so Bart would be 10 forever and not get a Hogwarts letter.


Name Image Reference
The Angry Video Game Nerd In Episode 30, The Nerd reviews many classic Simpsons games.
The Annoying Orange In the episode, Trollin', a dog biscuit claims to Orange that he is a dog biscuit, and says that the thing next to him is a dog biscuit. The trolls think that the joke was ripped off. One of the trolls names The Simpsons as the show the joke was ripped off from.
Epic Rap Battles of History In the Stephen King vs. Edgar Allan Poe battle, Poe references the episode "Insane Clown Poppy" where King guest starred.
Evergreen Terrace The band is named after Evergreen Terrace, the street on which the Simpsons live.
Fall Out Boy Fall Out Boy.jpg The name of the band is a reference to Fallout Boy, the sidekick of Radioactive Man.
FL Studio The software includes 2 .speech files named "Barty1" and "Barty2", which includes 2 of Bart Simpson's catchprases: "Eat My Shorts!" and "Don't Have a Cow!", with the voice personality of Muchkin.
GoAnimate The Simpsons videos are made on the website, and were released on YouTube by Simpsons Fans and Haters.
Slash Slash - World on Fire.png Slightly distorted figures of both Bart and Barney can be seen on the album's cover.
Smosh On a Video of The If____Were Real Series, "If Cartoons Were Real" one of the segments is The Simpsons.