“I’m proud of Apu”: The Simpsons creator Matt Groening reflects on 700 episodes, casting controversy. Fans of “The Simpsons” can assume an overdue vacation gift [and likely now no longer the most straightforward actual arrival on this “D” oh! Of a year]: the cartoon comedies 700th episode telecast.
In its 32nd season and renewal for two greater, the iconic Fox series hits that achievement on Sunday with “Manger Things,” a Christmas memories episode releasing in March, and an incline to “The Simpsons” lengthy culture of vacation-related lessons. At least it is not being aired in March.
It has been more than three decades after its 1989 release, TVs most lengthy-strolling first-time scripted series makes it natural that they nonetheless have a last-resort up its sleeve or a mystery room above the storeroom, also, proof of Frank Grimes confusion on the family’s house of dream.
“One of the editors observed that there is a small window”, creator Matt Groening states in his interview.
“Maybe Homer’s were given a mystery hideout. I assume it is a part of our canon now. We will discover Homer hid out there on his small curler board. That was simply zany”.
Groening mentioned the long-lasting series past, present, and future, which includes the APU controversy and an option to have white-actors prevent presenting non-white cartoon’s in a wide range of verbal exchange that was kept in touch on possession of Disney’s system, a common target, and his NETFLIX animated delusion satire, “disappointment”.
Question: what does reaching 700 episodes telecast imply to you?
Matt Groening: It is an impressive number. And it is some other episode. It’s an identical quantity of work. So, we are simply 30 years older. But through generating simply 30 more episodes, every year. Now you can enjoy the series more than one time a day. It depends on what time you watch the show, either you can enjoy it at breakfast or dinner.