(EW.com) – Every single episode of “The Simpsons” is going online, fully searchable.
FXX is launching “Simpsons World,” a new way of getting on demand “Simpsons” content, in October. For the first time, viewers can access every episode of the series via their computer or other networked devices. “Authenticated” FX viewers will have instant access on iPhone, iPad, Xbox One, Xbox 360, Android phones and tablets, Smart TVs, and additional set-tops devices.
Viewers will also be able to search for specific quotes, curate their own own personalized playlists, and share their favorite show clips and quotes. (Hulu currently carries a library of classic “Simpsons” clips, though only the series’ eight most recent episodes are available for viewing on that streaming service.)
Some people might see this and think “Ok, that’s cool but why should I be excited?”
You wanna know why? Because of this line right here in the article: “Viewers will also be able to search for specific quotes”
Do you know what this means? I can search for those random funny quotes I have no idea what episode they’re in and then watch it. Nothing is worse than a funny quote that pops into your head but you have no idea what episode it’s in and it eats away at you until you finally give in after some failed googling and realize that you will never find out and will have to live the rest of your life without knowing.
That is until now. Great day for everyone.