For possibly the first time in years, The SImpsons are back in the forefront of American culture, thanks to that insane FXX marathon. The iconic animated show has been around for a quarter-century, and its upcoming season will feature highly-promoted crossovers with Family Guy and the now-cancelled Futurama.
And this weekend, there’s a big Simpsons tribute concert going on this weekend at the Hollywood Bowl, featuring some big-name stars. One of them was Conan O’Brien, who wrote for The Simpsons before dipping his toes in the late night water. And at the Hollywood Bowl last night, O’Brien performed the classic monorail song from “Marge v. The Monorail,” an episode O’Brien wrote that is considered one of, if not the best, Simpsons episodes of al-time.
Weird Al Yankovic also made an appearance, singing a parody of the song “Jack and Diane” to honor the love of Homer and Marge Simpson, from the episode “Three Gays of the Condo.”
You can watch their performances below:
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