The Simpsons and Politics
Political Quotes from The Simpsons
A collection of the best political quotes from 'The Simpsons,' including funny political jabs, Bart Simpson chalkboard messages, and other classic Simpsons quotes about politics.
Bart Simpson Chalkboard Gags
A list of the 10 best political quotes from The Simpsons' opening chalkboard gags.
Homer Simpson Votes for Obama
When Homer Simpson tries to vote for Barack Obama, a machine changes the vote to McCain and proceeds to kill him.
Homer Simpson For President
Homer Simpson appeared on the "Late Show With David Letterman" to present the "Top Ten Reasons Why I (Homer Simpson) Should Be the Next President."
The Simpsons' Iraq War Satire
Watch a clip from The Simpsons' "Treehouse of Horrors XVII," featuring a biting satire of the Iraq war.
Fox News Threatened to Sue 'The Simpsons'
First, they went after Al Franken for trademark infringement. Now comes word that the geniuses at Fox News threatened to sue "The Simpsons" over a parody of the right-wing news channel.
Politics in Springfield
Quiz yourself on political trivia from "The Simpsons."
Bart Simpson's Chalkboard Message to President Bush
Bart Simpson writes a special chalkboard greeting to George W. Bush in this parody.
Presidential Cameos on 'The Simpsons'
Comprehensive guide to every presidential appearance on "The Simpsons."
Quimby For President
The Simpsons' Mayor Quimby declares for the presidency. Vote Quimby!
The Simpsons Political Party
A video collection of some of the best politically themed Simpsons episodes. Features "Sideshow Bob Roberts," in which Bart's mortal enemy becomes mayor of Springfield; "Trash of the Titans," in which Homer is elected Springfield's Sanitation Commissioner; and "Two Bad Neighbors," in which Homer squares off against former President George Bush.
The Simpsons and Philosophy: The D'oh! of Homer
Does Homer Simpson really exhibit Aristotelian virtues? Is Bart the kind of individual Nietzsche was trying to warn us about? This book contains a series of essays about irony and the meaning of life, the politics of the nuclear family, Marxism in Springfield, popular parody as a form of tribute, and why we need animated TV shows.
The Simpsons Archive
Contains episode capsules detailing every episode of "The Simpsons."
Visit the show's Web site for an episode guide, character bios and other fun stuff.