Thursday, April 16, 2009


With the announcement and unveiling of the new 'Simpsons' stamps to be issued by the US Postal Service, it seemed like as good a time as any to induct Bart Simpson into the TV Crossover Hall of Fame.

Especially as this is the Tooniverse week, April Fool's edition, for the Hall's 10th anniversary.
Bart joins his father Homer in the Hall, thanks not only to appearances on 'The Tracy Ullman Show', 'South Park', 'Futurama', and of course, 'The Simpsons', but also for a truckload of commercials both here in the States and overseas:


The Simpsons Game



C.C. Lemon

Mister Donut


The Simpsons Ride at Universal Studios Orlando

Vizir Laundry Detergent

And there doesn't seem to be any sign of a let-up, as the show keeps on going.......

Toby O'B


Anonymous said...

Bart and his family all appeared in "Monster in the Mirror" on Sesame Street, a celebrity-cameo fest of a song which included many celebs as themselves but also some characters, including Jean Marsh reprising her role from Upstairs, Downstairs. Merge Bart with the world of Henson, and you've got major worlds converging.


Anonymous said...

On an episode of Family Guy, in one of the usual flashbacks, the Simpson home is seen, with the sound of Quagmire and Marge, well, doing what Quagmire does best (not flying a plane.) One by one, we here the rest of the Simpsons walk in and get murdered by Quagmire. For the purposes of Toobworld/the Tooniverse, apparently Quagmire only thought he killed them, but they survived.