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In an episode of The Simpson’s called The Wizard of Evergreen Terrace, Homer appears to write a valid solution to defeat Fermat’s Last Theorem on a blackboard. But given that Fermat’s last theorem is proven, is it real?
It’s hard to believe The Simpsons have been on the air for almost a quarter of a century, but season 24 is just around the corner and Fox has just released this teaser for the season premiere airing September 30 in the US.
Mr Burns used his iPad in the recent Simpsons episode Them, Robot, and, like the rest of us, he loaded it up with apps. They are funny: Am I Alive, Ukulele Hero, Google Naps, Captain Billu’s Whiz-Bang, Angry Burns and the one I really want to buy at the App Store: Trap door.
There’s really no reason at all for this video to exists, which takes 13 episodes from the first 10 seasons of The Simpsons and creates a mega video wall of them all playing simultaneously.
I’ve no idea how many nano-seconds this has before Fox’s lawyers descend on it, but if you’re in the mood for some violence — quite a lot of violence, as it happens — one happy but demented soul has chopped together every Itchy & Scratchy segment from The Simpsons into 48 minutes of explosive glory. Note: May contain traces of cartoon violence.
I’m a sucker for these multiple-track videos. This guy is Nick McKaig, and he’s extremely good at reproducing soundtracks with his voice. Here’s the proof: The Simpsons‘ theme sung a capella. It’s sounds so good and wacky that I like it better than the original.
TomTom has long been releasing unique voices to help guide you through the backwaters of Australian suburbia on its satnavs. But if you thought the pinnacle of awesomeness was having Mr T tell you where to go, the company has tried to trump it by releasing voice packs of Stephen Fry, as well as Marge Simpson and Monty Burns from The Simpsons.