Ahhh… the Internet never fails to surprise me. CineFix put together a little video called “The Simpsons Strip Trivia” featuring UFC Ring Girl, and model, Arianny Celeste. There are also strip trivia videos for Iron Man 3, The Avengers, Star Trek, and Star Wars featuring LeeAnn Vamp, Kayla Collins, and others. Sadly, this video is misleading as Simpsons factoids will most likely NOT get Arianny Celeste out of her clothes.

Hit the jump and play along. BTW: She still kinda strips even if you don’t know the answer. Yeah…

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17 November 2009 Eric Kwun | Posted in: geektube


If you ever have shopped in a Japanese market, you should have ran into a drink called C.C. Lemon. C.C. Lemon is a lemon-ish flavored drink made by Suntory. CC Lemon is currently the third most popular drink in Japan right behind Coca Cola and Pepsi. Apparently, since the beginning of summer, Suntory has called upon the immense popularity of The Simpson’s to be the new spokesman/mascot for CC Lemon. The Simpson’s are featured in couple commercial spots and they even have their own special limited edition bottles, drink coolers, and even a CC Lemon lunch box. The popularity of the commercials was a huge hit in Japan because now the Simpsons are better known for the commercials than they are for their animated sitcom. Animated characters pitchin’ products might not be new, but the Japanese voice over work done for the commercial are ridiculously hilarious! Congratulations Japan! You made the Simpsons funny again.

Hit the jump to check out the commercial. They are a riot!

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In an sad attempt to entice a younger generation of readers, Playboy magazine will be featuring the blue-haired Marge Simpson on the cover of their November 2009 issue to celebrate the 20th anniversary of The Simpsons (HAS IT BEEN THAT LONG?!).

Playboy said the cover and a three-page picture spread inside was a celebration of the 20th anniversary of the “The Simpsons” and part of a plan to appeal to a younger generation of readers.

Scott Flanders , the recently-hired chief executive of Playboy Enterprises, told the Chicago Sun-Times in an interview that the Marge Simpson cover and centerfold was “somewhat tongue-in-cheek.”

“It had never been done, and we thought it would be kind of hip, cool and unusual,” Flanders told the newspaper. He said the magazine hoped to attract readers in their 20s compared to the average Playboy reader’s age of 35.

As much as I have been a fan of The Simpsons since season one, I don’t believe I can get myself to go and buy such an issue. All I can think of is Moe (Szyslak) spending a lot more “personal” time in the bathroom. Sick.

Source: yahoo news