This Is Informative, You Should Watch It of the Day

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Homer Simpson himself, Dan Castellaneta, explains the origin of "D'oh," and why it will never read that way in a script.

[doobybrain]

Supercut of the Day

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It's perhaps the most pointed testament of all to just how long The Simpsons has been around that a compilation of all the Itchy & Scratchy "episodes" that have aired throughout the years is over 48 minutes in length.

[buzzfeed.]

Slo-Mo Thing of the Day

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Slo-Mo Thing of the Day: Some kind Canuck did us all a big favor and slowed down the extended title sequence of the Simpsons' 500th episode, which features a flipbook-style look at all the couch gags in the show's storied history.

Music: "Feel It All Around" by Washed Out (AKA the Portlandia theme song).

[wow.]

Mashup of the Day

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Mashup of the Day: If this inspired (and spoilerificBreaking Bad-Simpsons remix isn't sufficiently satiating your mashup addiction, perhaps this Breaking Bad-Beavis and Butt-head crossover by Tom Trager will do the

Easter Egg of the Day

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Easter Egg of the Day: Community isn't the only show that knows how to hide delicious Easter Eggs.

There's a reason people say "Simpsons did it," and that reason is because of things like this awesome Far Side nod from the most recent episode of the show, "The Book Job."

And before

Follow Up of the Day: Simpsons Renewed For Two More Seasons

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Follow Up of the Day: Simpsons Renewed For Two More Seasons
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Follow Up of the Day: Our long national nightmare is over: FOX announced this evening that it has renewed The Simpsons for two more seasons after reaching a salary reduction agreement with the show's voice actors.

"Woo Hoo! I outlasted Andy Rooney!," Homer Simpson was quoted by the network as saying.

No specific details were released, but

Letter Of Note of the Day

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Letter Of Note of the Day: Less than a year after its debut as a half-hour show, The Simpsons was already stoking the ire of some of the country's most prominent people. In a 1990 interview, Barbara Bush was quoted as saying The Simpsons was "the dumbest thing I had ever seen."

Not one to take that sort of slight lying down, Simpson family matriarch Marge penned a le