The Simpsons writer has shared how the show could potentially end.
In an interview with the Radio Times, Al Jean revealed that if it was up to him, the whole series would be one ‘continuous loop’.
He explained: “I mentioned that there would be an ending where the last episode, they’d be going back to the Christmas pageant from the first episode [‘Simpsons Roasting on an Open Fire’] so that the whole series was a continuous loop – that’s how I would end it if I had to.”
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But now the entire Simpsons series is available to watch on Disney+, Jean said the end is unlikely to happen anytime soon.
Discussing how the show has recently just reached its 700th episode, he continued: “I calculated that if we make it to 1,000 episodes, that’s 12 more seasons… So I’ll just be saying, I’ll be very happy to be here in 12 seasons’ time… [but] it’s not just a hop, skip and a jump, it’s a little further than that.”
The Simpsons show has remained popular since it originally began airing back in 1989 and has continued to make headlines, especially for its ‘predictions’.
Most recently, fans of the show were convinced that the cartoon had ‘foreshadowed’ the Astroworld disaster, where eight people died and hundreds more were injured.
Determined to prove the parallels, fans referenced a 1992 episode that shows Homer Simpson holding up a fake copy of the World Weekly News.
According to fans, it shares many similarities to Travis Scott’s Astroworld promotional art due to its ‘satanic’ themes.
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