There is one episode in South Park titled “Simpsons Already Did It”, and the episode depicts how Simpsons had mocked and covered about everything there is in pop culture that is worth covering.
So, there is no need for more introduction, they’ve been on the air for almost 30 years, they are awesome and below you can check how they’ve turned some iconic historic photos into colorful, funny parody.
Check them out:
The iconic photo of the embracing couple Nick and Bobbi Ercoline at Woodstock appeared on the soundtrack album that immortalized them at the legendary festival.
2. Dewey Defeats Truman or Simpson Defeats Prince
Simpsons mocked the iconic photo of President Truman holding the infamous issue of the Chicago Tribune in the nineteenth episode of The Simpsons’ second season when Bart decides to run for class president, and becomes the overwhelming favorite.
Bart unexpectedly loses to Martin in the class president race, and a picture of Martin holding up a copy of The Daily Fourth Gradian with the headline “Simpson Defeats Prince” is taken, which in turn ends up on the front page of The Daily Fourth Gradian under the headline “Prince Beats Simpson”.
This is a reference to the famous picture of former President Harry Truman holding up a copy of a prematurely printed edition of the Chicago Tribune that proclaimed “Dewey Defeats Truman”, taken the day after his close victory over Thomas E. Dewey in the 1948 United States presidential election.
3. Betty Grable or “Bartty Gable”
Bart imitates the iconic photo of Betty Grable in “Lisa the Beauty Queen” the fourth episode of The Simpsons‘ fourth season when Homer enters Lisa into a beauty pageant to boost her confidence.
Bart teaches her how to walk properly in high heels.
4.Construction of the Empire State Building
The iconic photo of construction workers having lunch atop the Empire State Building in 1931 shows up in a bit different version in the opening credits of The Simpson’s “The Dad Who Knew too Little” Season 14 Episode Season 8.
5. Burns and Elvis
“Marge Gets a Job” Season 4 Episode 7 – Photo of Burns and Elvis given to Smithers “I’m on your side, ” Elvis told Nixon.
Then the singer asked if he could have a badge from the Bureau of Narcotics and Dangerous Drugs
6.Frenchman cries as Nazis occupy France during World War II.
“Marge vs. Singles, Seniors, Childless Couples and Teens and Gays” Season 15 Episode 8 – Itchy & Scratchy gets taken off the air A Frenchman cries as Nazis occupy France during World War II.