Here is a PSA for all of you fine Kotaku readers: starting today at 10am Eastern, FXX is broadcasting every single episode of The Simpsons, non-stop. Every single one.
Since there are 552 episodes of The Simpsons—plus a movie—this will take around 12 days. You can see the full schedule here.
So whether you're a longtime Simpsons fan or just want to see what all of the fuss has been about, here is your chance to catch up on classic episodes like Homer The Great, Lemon of Troy, and 22 Short Films About Springfield. Really, all of seasons 2-12 are must-watch episodes, so you should probably plan on taking off from tonight through Tuesday.
(Some other personal favorites: Lisa's Substitute, And Maggie Makes Three, Who Shot Mr. Burns, Homer's Enemy, Flaming Moe's, Homer And Apu, Simpsoncalifragilisticexpiala(Annoyed Grunt)cious)
This is all to celebrate the release of The Simpsons World on FX Now later this year, which will let cable subscribers watch any episode of The Simpsons whenever they'd like. Sadly, they're not bringing this thing to Netflix or Hulu or Amazon or any other non-cable services, because life is miserable and unfair.