If you're a die-hard fan of The Simpsons, you can quote Homer, Bart, Lisa and Marge ad nauseam.
You can probably identify an episode just by the couch gag too. But can you watch 500 episodes of "The Simpsons" all shown at the same time in a 360-degree orb? In this 10-minute YouTube video created by fan John Hatfield, you can do just that.
There's something downright mesmerizing about watching tiny screens all playing different episodes from 23 seasons of "The Simpsons" at the same time. Even the various couch gags seem crazier when you watch them concurrently in a grid format.
At first, the videos sync up in unison with the theme music intro, but then things quickly transform into a mass of gibberish when dialog from various characters starts.
The video posted earlier this month. The fact that it can be viewed as a sphere makes it feel like a moving M.C. Escher painting. Use the arrows on the 360-degree tool to scroll left, right, up and down to see all the videos.
If you'd rather watch 554 episodes of "The Simpsons" at the same time in 2D, check out this video posted by YouTube user Omni Verse in 2014.