The Simpsons are known for their penchant for sharing the latest in pop culture with the world.
And with the show’s annual 30th anniversary just around the corner, we thought it would be a good idea to give fans the chance to share their favorite moments with the Internet.
But with the internet still reeling from the recent mass shooting in Las Vegas, that isn’t the case.
So, how to watch the latest clips from The Simpsons on the Internet?
First, head on over to the official Simpsons Facebook page, which you can follow anytime you like, or just scroll down to the bottom of the page.
From there, just type in the hashtag #SimpsonsInternet and click “Subscribe.”
You’ll get a link to subscribe to a new episode every two weeks.
And as always, you can find out when the next episode is by visiting the official episode pages of The Simpsons, The Mary Sue, and more.
To get you up to speed on what to watch, here’s a brief recap of every Simpsons clip on the internet, in chronological order:Simpsons Internet Archive:A selection of clips from the show that were made available for the internet in April of 2011, with an asterisk (*) indicating that they’re on YouTube, or have never been available on the show itself.
The Simpsons Internet Archive also includes clips from seasons one through four.
In addition, there are clips from previous seasons.
The Mary Sue: An archive of clips that are made available on The Mary Sue, the official Twitter account of the show, which tweets updates and clips on the series, as well as a few of the people behind the show.
TheSimpsons Wiki: An online encyclopedia of the Simpsons, a mashup of the animated series and the comic book series, which features articles and other content from the series.
You can subscribe to The Simpsons Internet Archives for free via Facebook, but you will have to wait a few weeks to see the episodes.