Monday, July 30, 2007
I-Reporters proclaim their love of 'The Simpsons'
simpsons memorabiliaThe new "Simpsons Movie" just hit theaters and I-Reporters let us know all about their love of the denizens of Springfield. (View a gallery of their photos)

One such I-Reporter has a simply staggering collection of "Simpsons" memorabilia. Glenn Thibert, formerly of Springfield, Massachusetts, (of course) had a room full of "Simpsons" toys in his former home. Unfortunately, he's not able to accommodate that now that he lives in Chicopee, Massachusetts, so he has to "spread the wealth" of "Simpsons" merchandise around the new house. No matter how it's presented, this collection surely rivals that of any other Simpsons fan in the world.

Ian Souter took us inside one of the 7-Elevens remodeled as "Kwik-E-Marts" (based on Apu's place of employment on the show). It was truly an ingenious promotion for the movie and thanks to I-Report, we got a close look at the meticulous attention to detail at a 7-Eleven in Chicago, Illinois. There are Krusty-Os on hand for all, and it looks like poor Jasper has been in the Kwik-E-Mart freezer for quite a while.

Are you S-M-R-T? Elsa L. of Ruckersville, Virginia is. She took one of the many "Homer-isms" from the show and made it her license plate. Pretty S-M-A-R-T idea.

Are you a big-time Simpsons fan as well? Send us your photos and video and tell us all about it. Or, comment below and let us know what's on your mind.
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