'The Simpsons': Homer's IQ, Emmy wins and the rest of the numbersAdd to Favorites | The Simpsons
Here are some interesting factoids about the franchise, its character and the people involved. Some of the numbers are staggering. Some others, like Homer's IQ, perhaps a bit less so.
3 - Highest chart position of the album "The Simpsons Sing the Blues." The album was also certified double platinum.
9 - Number of comic book series that have been printed based on the TV series
18 - Letters in Apu's Nahasapeemapetilon last name
27 - Prime time Emmy Awards
55 - Homer's IQ
104 - Age of Mr. Burns
159 - Lisa's IQ
1992 - Year in which President George H.W. Bush says, "We're going to strengthen the American family to make them more like the Waltons and less like the Simpsons"
2001 - Year in which "D'oh!" was added to the Oxford English Dictionary
5197 - Consecutive minutes of viewing of "The Simpsons" by Jeremiah Franco and Carin Shreve. They set the Guinness Record in the process.
7021 - The address on Hollywood Blvd. where The Simpsons have a star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame
9066 - Days since "The Simpsons" debuted as animated shorts on "The Tracey Ullman Show," on April 19, 1987
400,000 - Per episode salary (in U.S. Dollars) of the main character Hank Azaria, Nancy Cartwright, Dan Castellaneta, Julie Kavner, Harry Shearer and Yeardley Smith from 2008-11. They have since all agreed to a pay cut.
4,300,000 - Total viewers of the episode which aired on Feb. 12, 2012
33,600,000 - Total viewers of the 1990 episode "Bart Gets an F," the highest-rated episode in the show's history
65,000,000 - Cost (in USD) of "The Simpsons Movie"
527,000,000 - The worldwide gross (in USD) of "The Simpsons Movie"
1,000,000,000 - Number of stamps featuring "The Simpsons" printed by the U.S. Postal System