Whether you love or hate it, the Simpsons seem to be here to stay. The longest running animated series in America, The Simpsons' brand has been successfully leveraged into a billion dollar merchandising industry, and now, a movie. No matter what issues the show has tackled, it has always done so with the a distinctive satirical parody. But what, some may ask, do they say about the issues? That's at least the message communicated by the above video. Criticizing The Simpsons for its equal-opportunity mocking, it specifically focuses on how the Simpsons do "green," a timely topic given the events of The Simpsons Movie. Homer, Marge, Bart, Lisa, and Maggie face down the E.P.A. in their feature-length hijinks to save Lake Springfield, themselves, and their friends. Groening used the same formula for the film as he does for many of the show's episodes: Homer messes up turning his friends and family against him and eventually has to redeem himself through some crazy action. If you're a Simpsons fan, you won't be disappointed: The Simpsons Movie is more of the same hilarity only bigger, better, and in surround sound.