The Simpsons Season 34 Opening Couch Gag Pays Homage to Chrome’s T-Rex Game – CNET
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Sunday night’s season 34 opening of The Simpsons featured a little Google easter egg in the form of an homage to Chrome’s error message dinosaur game.
Google’s dino game features a gray, pixelated T-Rex in an endless runner that can be played via the no internet connection error page on the Chrome browser.
The Simpsons’ famous couch gag — which changes with every opening of the show — for the Sept. 25 episode featured a gray, pixelated Simpsons family trying to get to their living room couch. The “no internet” error message also showed up as Homer got stuck on a cactus unable to reach the couch with his family.
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