TV's longest running sitcom The Simpsons hit 500 episodes and counting.
The animated film, now in its 23rd Season, has become a pop culture phenomenon after it first appeared on television in 1989 as part of the Tracey Ullman Show. To name a creator Matt Groening, the dysfunctional family of his own base, and the characters of his parents and sisters, and replace Bart for his own name.
With many more seasons and episodes of the series being created, the series is very mature and is made a really good sense of humor, for the whole family to enjoy. Unlike other animated sitcoms this humor usually avoids real racism or sexism. Centered on each character in the Simpsons universe, it feels really good to know, about each one. With so many viewers the show has made its mark in the world, it seems no one is getting tired of the Simpsons family, even though they never age. The show is aired many countries continuously, creating constant huge popularity.
Run in 20 years, have 34 of the 43 men who served as U.S. president has appeared (as a character or reference) on the show. Monopoly, Scrabble, Cluedo and service are all provided with a twist Simpsons. The show was created dictionary entries as "Yoink", "D'oh" and "meh", which now totals more neologisms than any other person or a book (including Shakespeare and the Bible).