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The Simpsons Producers Have The Perfect Response To Reported Ban Of Homer Strangling Bart -TGN

The Simpsons producers have the perfect response to reports that Homer no longer strangles Bart, clapping back with a drawing and a statement.

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Summary

  • The Simpsons‘ executive producers reject claims that Homer no longer strangles Bart, as confirmed by a drawing and statement.
  • In a recent episode, Homer mentioned changing times, but this does not indicate a shift in their dynamic.
  • Social media praised Homer’s supposed personal growth, but the producers made it clear that he is still busy with his old habit of strangling Bart.


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The Simpsons executive producers have the perfect response to reports that Homer no longer strangles Bart. The confusion goes back to a recent episode of The Simpsons season 35, in which Homer says that he no longer strangles his only son. That’s because, as he puts it, “times have changed.” Social media was quick to applaud Homer for his personal growth.

But per Variety, executive producers firmly dispute that notion and have responded in the form of a drawing of the father-son duo (below) and a succinct statement: “Homer Simpson was unavailable for comment as he was busy strangling Bart.”

The Simpsons executive producers respond in the form of a drawing

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Source: Variety

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    The Simpsons

    Release Date:
    1989-12-17

    Cast:
    Tress MacNeille, Julie Kavner, Harry Shearer, Pamela Hayden, Nancy Cartwright, Hank Azaria, Dan Castellaneta, Yeardley Smith

    Genres:
    Animation, Comedy

    Seasons:
    34

    Story By:
    Matt Groening and James L. Brooks

    Writers:
    Matt Groening, James L. Brooks, Sam Simon

    Network:
    FOX

    Streaming Service:
    Sam Simon

    Franchise(s):
    The Simpsons

    Directors:
    David Silverman, Jim Reardon, Mark Kirkland

    Showrunner:
    Al Jean

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