Homer Buddha, “Mmmmm.  Enlightenment.”
The kidrobot x the Simpsons toy collaboration continues with the new 7-inch vinyl Homer Buddha. This standalone, zen-like Homer inspired by "Goo Goo Gai Pan" (Season 16, Episode 12), comes packaged in a white and red box parodying a Chinese take-out food container.

“With a pretzel in one hand, and beads in another, Homer passes down the oral tradition of donut eating…” —kidrobot blog

Homer Buddha, peacefully sitting on top of “giant fried dough topped with pink frosting and rainbow jimmies,” will be available starting September 6th, 2012.

Homer Buddha, “Mmmmm.  Enlightenment.”

The kidrobot x the Simpsons toy collaboration continues with the new 7-inch vinyl Homer Buddha. This standalone, zen-like Homer inspired by "Goo Goo Gai Pan" (Season 16, Episode 12), comes packaged in a white and red box parodying a Chinese take-out food container.

“With a pretzel in one hand, and beads in another, Homer passes down the oral tradition of donut eating…” —kidrobot blog

Homer Buddha, peacefully sitting on top of “giant fried dough topped with pink frosting and rainbow jimmies,” will be available starting September 6th, 2012.

Sherman Hemsley (1938 – 2012), R.I.P.
“Sherman Hemsley, the bantamweight comic actor who portrayed the scrappy, nouveau riche George Jefferson on the hit CBS sitcom “The Jeffersons,” died on Tuesday at his home in El Paso. He was 74…” —obituary via The New York Times
The above vintage shot is of comedic characters George Jefferson and Archie Bunker on the 1970s television show “All in the Family.”
(photo via The New York Times, credited to CBS, via Photofest)

Sherman Hemsley (1938 – 2012), R.I.P.

“Sherman Hemsley, the bantamweight comic actor who portrayed the scrappy, nouveau riche George Jefferson on the hit CBS sitcom “The Jeffersons,” died on Tuesday at his home in El Paso. He was 74…” —obituary via The New York Times

The above vintage shot is of comedic characters George Jefferson and Archie Bunker on the 1970s television show “All in the Family.”

(photo via The New York Times, credited to CBS, via Photofest)