The Simpsons’ Homer Goes LIVE For First Time, Says Show Will Never End
Earlier this week, The Simpsons announced that its main character Homer will be going live for the first time on TV. The recent episode left fans awestruck, based from their responses. Homer responded to the TV audience’s question for a total of three minutes LIVE using the voice of Dan Castellaneta.Advertisement
Lisa Simpson started with the introduction, saying, “It only took us 27 years to do what they could do in 1954.”
When Homer finally started speaking, he announced the end of the long-running show. “This is the last episode of The Simpsons.”
But then he said, “Just kidding, The Simpsons will never end.”
According to E Online, fans went on to ask hilarious questions about the car he drives, the weather he prefers, or whether he likes his pizza Chicago deep-dish style or New York thin crust. Characters made cameos during the live broadcast; even Bender from Futurama had his turn, carrying a sign that says, “Bring back Futurama again.”
If you missed the live three-minute show, no need to drain away in misery. The official Simpsons page is still hosting an interaction with fans in its comment section. Click here to catch the action. Fox also provided a number for fans to interact with the team. However, terms of participation have made it clear that you must be “18 YEARS OF AGE OR OLDER TO PARTICIPATE.” Click here to take a look.
The episode was initially about Homer picking up an improv comedy class to help him gain public-speaking confidence. Homer said at the end that the remaining unanswered questions will be handled by the cast of Empire. A similar segment is believed to happen again in the West Coast broadcast.
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