From Krusty the clown to Lisa’s favorite substitute, here’s what’s Jewish about America’s favorite yellow family.
The one where Gal Gadot plays Lisa after Bart sees Jesus and sells the movie rights to three Christian producers
We’ll just be here, waiting for Gadot…
“I don’t know that there’s a ‘Jewish sense of humor,’ but I do think there is a self-deprecation that I consider Jewish.”
“It feels like the right thing to do,” said Azaria.
“I grew up watching The Simpsons and now I get to voice myself in an episode!” Gadot tweeted.
Yes, in the goldeneh medinah, anything is possible – even your first time wearing a tallis gets on national television.
Abbi Jacobson’s voice+Matt Groening’s ideas=Netflix gold.
Springfield meets ancient Judea in this Simpsons-themed Omer calendar.
For Norman Lear, the legendary creator and producer behind some of television’s most formative comedies — “All in the Family,” “One Day at a Time,” and “The Jeffersons,” to name only a few — there are few Hollywood trophies yet to be won.