15.02.09 by Jeff

Simpsons intro gets a makeover!

The Simpsons will now be shown widescreen (HD) and to celebrate this they finally made some changes to their intro! Granted I haven’t watched the show for several seasons now (and the movie was an utter disappointment) it is still fun to spot all the little additions of  new references and characters. The episode has already aired on the east coast and will air here in a couple hours.

simpsons hd intro new makeover widescreen

simpsons hd intro new makeover widescreen

simpsons hd intro new makeover widescreen

simpsons hd intro new makeover widescreen

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Jeff
Jeff Hamada is the Founder and Editor of Booooooom. He lives and works in Vancouver.



  • nice

    family guy pretty much killed simpsons for me though

  • nice 😀

  • Sascha

    I too used to be addicted to the Simpson’s, but I havent seen a single episode in years. Maybe its time for me to check it out again.

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