The Simpsons: 500 episodes played simultaneously in a 360 degree sphere is hell on the internet

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Have you accidentally missed a couple of episodes of The Simpsons? Worry no more, as Youtuber John Hatfield has created a way for you to catch up on the first 500 episodes in no time at all.

Utilising the latest in YouTube advancements, Hatfield sewed the massive number of episodes into a 360-degree sphere, allowing you to move the camera around the sphere to watch certain bits.

Unfortunately, you’re not going to be able to watch them one at a time; instead, you’ll have at least 21 on screen at any moment, with the noise of all 500 mangled together into a nightmare scenario.

Notably, at the beginning there is a lot of synchronisation between episodes; you can see that certain seasons kept the intro short while others had an extended edition or featured a lengthy couch gag.

Watch below and use your mouse to navigate around the sphere.

This isn’t the first time someone has put a tonne of episodes from a single show together. In January last year, a video of every Friends episode played simultaneously emerged.

The Simpsons, meanwhile, is currently into its 26th season. It was recently revealed that there will be a live-animated episode featuring Homer doing a live Q&A.

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