Do You Like Stuff: The Simpsons

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From predicting our current political climate, to an undercover appearance from Michael Jackson, the Simpsons have had some pretty iconic moments. Check out these episodes and learn about it all!

Lunch With The Simpsons


Dan's dreams come true when he visits The Simpsons writers' room to talk about the role food plays on the show, and behind the scenes. Plus, Simpsons creator Matt Groening explains how new technologies have changed the show’s food jokes.Today's sponsors: Go to to find a retailer near you. Go to to explore their huge range of products and recipes.

Episode 5: The Simpsons Predictions


In our fifth episode, we go through the strange and unbelievable predictions a cartoon made during its +28-year run. The Simpsons have predicted apple watches and even Donald Trump being president, along with many other. Tune in next week as we share our favorite Alternate Reality Games (ARGs) and Viral Stories.   Music: "Cosmic" by Pedro Santiago, used under CC BY-NC-SA 3.0 ES / Echo from original

David Silverman of The Simpsons: Episode 58


Simpsons animator and Flaming Tuba artist David Silverman joins Andrew & Lance in a fascinating and hilarious exploration of The Simpsons, the tuba and animation. David has had an incredible career. He was one of the original animators on The Simpsons, directed countless episodes of the show, as well as the The Simpsons Movie. More importantly, he plays tuba! He started relatively late in school, at the age of 17. “Dr. Fonz” set him on his way and David went on to play tuba and sousaphone in college, first at the University of Maryland and later at UCLA, where he joined the marching band on a trip to Japan for the Mirage Bowl. We hear about the time he created a caricature of the National Symphony, his love for 1930's jazz, including artists like Sidney Bechet and the number of animators who are also musicians.    As if that weren’t enough, David regularly plays with Vaud and the Villains, a "19 Piece 1930’s New Orleans Dance Orchestra and Cabaret Show" and is known to many as the guy with the flaming tuba from Burning man. Suffice to say, Andrew & Lance are fanboys.

Episode 025 - The Michael Jackson "Simpsons" Mystery!


Welcome to Moonwalk Talks! A Michael Jackson Podcast dedicated to searching out the Facts, Stories and Theories about the King of Pop! On this special episode we talk about Michael Jackson's mysterious collaborations with The Simpsons. Did he actually do a voice on the cartoon? Or was it an impersonator? What about the song "Do The Bartman"? Did he even have any part in the creation of it? All that and much, much more!! Alternative title: The Leon Kompowski Story.

Episode 23: The Simpsons Creator is a Time Traveler?!


We're back from our holiday hiatus with our "second" season and a whole new way to rotate! The Free Rotation is taking on the "multiverse" in our first rotation of the new year, kicking off with our episode about all of the predictions made by the creator of The Simpsons, Matt Groening. Some predictions can be chalked up to coincidence, but some of the predictions we delve into convince our hosts that it's very possible that The Simpsons are predicting the future. Bonus content includes discussions on sci-fi TV, Quantum Physics, and why the biggest travesty yet is the blown 28-3 lead by the Falcons (as predicted by The Simpsons).

Episode 999: The Simpsons Spectacular Part I


For our 999th and 1,000th episodes, we go down the rabbit hole on a TV show that quite literally altered popular culture as we know it. The Simpsons has been around since Josh and Chuck were in grade school, and is still cranking out episodes today. Join us for two very special episodes as we pay tribute to The Simpsons, and celebrate a milestone of our own - numbers 999 and 1,000!

Ep. 15 | Danny Chun (The Office, The Simpsons)


Danny Chun is impressive. Period. He went to Harvard, his first job out of college was writing for The Simpsons, he's a really good person blah blah blah. We chopped it up GOOD and talked about everything from how to get a TV show sold, writing for the Harvard Lampoon and what it's like to be my boss.