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The Simpsons Gallery

 

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From left: Lisa, Marge, Maggie, Homer, and Bart.

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This is how the primitive Simpsons looked like when aired in 1-2 minute format shorts in the Tracey Ullman Show.

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This is an image showing the very first episode of The Simpson ever aired. It was the 1:40 minute short, aired in the Tracey Ullman Show in April 19, 1987.

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The Simpsons also have their own star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame.

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The main poster of The Simpsons Movie (2007).

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Aired in December 17, 1989 "Simpsons Roasting on an Open Fire" is the first episode of the The Simpsons series show. It must be noted however, that due to animation problems with other episodes, this episode which was originally the eighth episode produced for season one; was finally aired as the first of the series; that's why Santa's Little Helper is missing during the first half of the season that followed. It's also known as "The Simpsons Christmas Special". Ironically "Some Enchanted Evening" (originally expected to be the first episode) was aired as the season finale.

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Aired in December 17, 1989 "Simpsons Roasting on an Open Fire" is the first episode of the The Simpsons series show. It must be noted however, that due to animation problems with other episodes, this episode which was originally the eighth episode produced for season one; was finally aired as the first of the series; that's why Santa's Little Helper is missing during the first half of the season that followed. It's also known as "The Simpsons Christmas Special". Ironically "Some Enchanted Evening" (originally expected to be the first episode) was aired as the season finale.

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When Waylon Smithers makes his first appearance in "Homer's Odyssey", he has a darker skin. He took the standard yellow flesh in all subsequent appearances.

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Season's 3 episode 10; Flaming Moe's, first aired on November 21, 1991.

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"Treehouse of Horror I" first aired in second season, on October 25, 1990. It is the only "Treehouse of Horror" to use the tree house motif and is so far one of two "Treehouse of Horrors" that don't use the spooky names.

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"Treehouse of Horror I" first aired in second season, on October 25, 1990. It is the only "Treehouse of Horror" to use the tree house motif and is so far one of two "Treehouse of Horrors" that don't use the spooky names.

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The first Treehouse of Horror episode features three sub-episodes: "Bad Dream House", based on the The Amityville Horror murders and Poltergeist; "Hungry are the Damned", introducing the aliens Kang and Kodos; and "The Raven", based on the Edgar Allan Poe's narrative poem published in 1845.

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The first Treehouse of Horror episode features three sub-episodes: "Bad Dream House", based on the The Amityville Horror murders and Poltergeist; "Hungry are the Damned", introducing the aliens Kang and Kodos; and "The Raven", based on the Edgar Allan Poe's narrative poem published in 1845.

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The first Treehouse of Horror episode features three sub-episodes: "Bad Dream House", based on the The Amityville Horror murders and Poltergeist; "Hungry are the Damned", introducing the aliens Kang and Kodos; and "The Raven", based on the Edgar Allan Poe's narrative poem published in 1845.

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Homer when travelling to space in episode 15th of the 5th season first aired on February 24, 1994.