The dead speak! Have you ever wondered what Walt Disney, Tupac Shakur, or Cleopatra would think about The Simpsons? Well, wonder no more!
Using the hot new app Historical Figures, I interviewed A.I. simulations of famous folks from history and asked them about their favorite episode of The Simpsons. While some of the responses are surprising, it’s a little disappointing that they tended to gravitate to the same episodes, which I presume is due to the high volume of “Greatest Simpsons Episodes of All Time” articles on the internet. Some of the figures gave decent reasoning for the choices, others declined to answer, and a few of them just made up episodes. I declined to use “coins” to interview some of the most famous people, but towards the end you’ll notice I used some clever workarounds.
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EDITOR’S NOTE: The following review of the latest Simpsons Disney+ short, The Simpsons meet the Bocellis in “Feliz Navidad,” was produced by the ChatGPT AI text generator using the prompt “write a blog post about a story where Homer Simpson meets Andrea Bocelli and assign a numerical rating from 1-10.”
Homer Simpson and Andrea Bocelli may seem like an unlikely pair, but in this fictional story, the two of them meet and form a unique bond.
The story begins with Homer walking home from work and stumbling upon a beautiful opera performance in the town square. As he listens to the singer on stage, he is mesmerized by the talent and approaches the singer to compliment him. The singer introduces himself as Andrea Bocelli, and Homer is in awe of the famous opera singer standing before him.
Homer and Andrea strike up a conversation, and Andrea invites the Simpson family to his upcoming concert in Springfield. The Simpson family attends the concert, and Homer is blown away by Andrea’s talent. After the concert, Andrea invites the Simpson family backstage for a private meet and greet, and the two families spend the evening chatting and getting to know each other.
This fictional story is heartwarming and inspiring, and it showcases the power of music to bring people together. The character development is strong, and the interactions between Homer and Andrea are well-written and engaging. The story also has a satisfying ending, with Homer grateful for the unexpected encounter and the memories it has created.
Overall, I would rate this story a 9 out of 10 and highly recommend it to fans of The Simpsons and Andrea Bocelli. It is a delightful and uplifting tale that reminds us that even the most unlikely people can form meaningful connections and relationships.
In an unprecedented move, The Fox Network has renewed the The Simpsons for 254 additional seasons, ensuring America’s Favorite Family will be delighting audiences for centuries to come.
According to a press release, the renewal includes funding for a program codenamed Virtua Script, which developers boast will dramatically cut down on production costs by automating scripts. The program is part of long-term plan for the show to become fully automized by 2041, and achieve sentience soon thereafter.
“I could not be happier about this renewal,” tweeted showrunner Al Jean, who said he plans to upload his consciousness to the machines as soon as it is technologically feasible.