Over the years, the series' creators and writers have scattered tantalizing, coy, and intentionally contradictory hints about the town's location. Last spring, Universal ended the debate.
The missing-in-action Sean Coyle rejoins Brian and I for the latest MovieFilm show, and just in time too! We start th...
"It's not that I had a plan, but it kind of felt like by saying that, I was allowing that person to have their influence rather than me telling them."
If you really want to lift a glass at Moe's Tavern tonight and then pay tribute to the official kick-off of The Simpsons 25th season on television, there's really only one place to go.
When a play ends and the audience is caught short -- uncertain of whether to applaud -- it's a clear sign the show is one or two drafts away from being ready. That's certainly the case for Ethan Coen's first full-length play.
"I've never actually seen an episode of The Simpsons," Gibson (Gibson Frazier) admits in the first section of Anne Washburn's Mr. Burns, A Post-Electr...
The most dangerous thing of this entire situation is that Gupta is still licensed as a doctor and has just now come across the epiphany of overwhelming common sense.
Even without many of the labor benefits of other jobs, I know carnies who never want to work any other way, or "be" anything else than a carny.
Eddie Michaels was a devoted husband, father, friend to many, a veteran publicist, and a class act -- he respected everyone.
Michael Y. Park The tomato may be a relative newcomer to the wider world's dining table, but there's no denying that the spherical fruit...or is it v...
"Our participants come to the Workshop at a critical point in their careers. We identify them just before they launch and provide a training ground for them to hone the skills they will need to succeed. Think of it as a finishing school." - ASCAP's Jennifer Harmon
Here's a guide for the amount of pain you're about to experience when in the, um, "care" of each of these sometimes certified physicians. Basically, just avoid Dr. Nick.
Born at the dawn of the Reagan era, Millennials were the first generation to be fully subjected to the all-out assault of the idea that we take care of each other in this country. Some of us are the parents of Millenials, and we wonder: who will fight with them, and for them?
The petrochemical lobby has the bucks, the high-priced ad agencies, lawyers, and legislators in their pockets. We have the truth and our creativity.
For those of you like me, today marks a day full of anticipation not seen since December: Wreck-It Ralph finally makes its way to DVD.
From the best political bits on late night to a few unintentionally hilarious moments from the politicians themselves, 2012 was a great year to laugh at politics in America.