The Simpsons has left an indelible mark, serving as a model for upcoming shows such as Family Guy, American Dad!, Bob’s Burgers, South Park, and more. With 34 seasons under its belt and no signs of slowing down, this animated series has secured its place as the longest-running sitcom and scripted prime-time show in America.
Tune in to the FOX channel on Sunday, May 14, 2023, at 8 pm ET for the highly anticipated release of Season 34 Episode 21 titled “Clown v. Board of Education” of The Simpsons. In this episode, Krusty the Clown decides to open up a clown school, but to everyone’s surprise, and to his surprise, it becomes his biggest success yet. but it turns out to be a serious business venture.
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The official synopsis of the episode reads: Krusty opens a school for clowning, and it becomes the most successful thing he’s ever done.
In The Simpsons, Season 21, viewers were treated to a glimpse into the romantic history of Krusty the Clown. The beloved character’s past was explored, revealing some of the women he had been briefly married to, including the iconic Eartha Kitt.
After over thirty years on air, The Simpsons has surpassed the age of a significant portion of its target audience. Even after all these years, the characters of the show remain iconic. That’s why so many celebrities jump at the chance to make voice cameos – they just can’t resist the opportunity to work with the characters they grew up with. With the inclusion of notable guest appearances from the likes of Simu Liu, Billie Eilish, , Bob the Drag Queen, Rob Lowe, and Lizzo, the show has successfully kept up with the times despite its long-standing tenure.
In a recent statement, James L. Brooks, the mastermind behind The Simpsons, refuted claims that the show’s popularity has waned. In this animated series, we witness the exciting escapades of the Simpson family, consisting of Homer (Dan Castelleneta), Marge (Julie Kavner), Bart (Nancy Cartwright), Lisa (Yeardley Smith), and the youngest member, Maggie. The show first aired in 1989, having started as shorts on The Tracey Ullman Show.
Mark your calendars for the highly anticipated season finale, set to air on May 21, 2023.