Behind the Cuteness and Silliness of The Simpsons Cartoons That Are Believed To Be Real

The Simpsons Cartoon Movie Theories That Are Believed To Be Real, What Are? The following is an article that will review the theories and predictions that are said to be in the cartoon The Simpsons. The Simpsons is one of the most popular cartoon series in the world.

This comedy cartoon series The Simpsons originated in the United States, created by Matt Groening. Has a funny and silly character, making The Simpsons series attract the attention of many viewers.

The Simpsons cartoon has been airing since 1989. More precisely, The Simpsons premiered on December 17, 1989 until it ended in 2019.

The Simpsons is the longest-running cartoon series in history with 30 years and is divided into 31 seasons and 673 episodes.

The Simpsons series tells the story of a family, namely Homer’s father, Marge’s mother, who has 3 children named Lisa, Maggie and Bart. As well as hundreds of other characters who live in a city called SpringField.

However, behind the cuteness and silliness of this cartoon series, it turns out that there are many scenes that are believed to occur or materialize in the real world. The following are theories and predictions on The Simpsons film that made a commotion with scenes that have occurred in the real world:

1. September 11 tragedy

In the September 1997 episode of The City Of New York vs. Homer Simpsons, there is a scene showing a magazine that says New York Dollar 9 and 2 buildings that look like the number 11.

Many people assume that the number 11 is the 2 twin WTC buildings that were destroyed by the terrorist attacks on September 11, 2001.

2. White Tiger Pounced on Circus 2003

In 1993, there was also a scene in The Simpsons that featured the circus performance duo being pounced on by their white tiger.

Exactly 10 years later Siegfried and Roy were attacked by their white tiger while performing in Las Vegas, United States.

3. Neymar’s injury.

The Simpsons in the 16th episode of season 25 entitled ‘You Don’t Have to Live Like a Referee’ which aired on March 30, 2014, featured a scene of a soccer player named El Divo from Brazil who suffered a severe injury.

Not long ago, in July 2014 Neymar Jr. who is a professional Brazilian player who suffered an injury against Colombia at the 2014 World Cup.

4. Ebola Virus

In one episode of The Simpsons entitled ‘Lisa’s Sax’ aired on October 19, 1997. In that episode, Marge’s mother held a magazine that read Curious George and the Ebola Virus.

It turns out that the Ebola virus has existed since 1976 and only became a major epidemic in 2014. Previously, not many people had talked about the Ebola virus, but it has been covered in magazines in the The Simpsons scene.

5. Trump’s Victory As President.

One of the craziest theories on The Simpsons was in 2000 in episode 17 of season 11 entitled Bart The Future. In that episode there is a scene where Donald Trump becomes President.

Nessie revealed, at that time in 2000, it sounded ridiculous considering Donald Trump is a host, billionaire and crazy businessman who likes to fire people. Donald Trump is more known as a celebrity than a politician and not many thought he would become a politician so many laughed at the episode.

Until finally in 2017, Donald Trump actually became a President.

Not only that, when the map of the presidential election area was shown on The Simpsons, it was widely believed that the map was said to be the same as the map in the real election of Donald Trump’s victory.

6. Three-Eyed Fish

In 1990, The Simpsons through the character of Bart caught a fish that had three eyes in a river in the city where he lived.

It is known that this three-eyed fish is the effect of pollution from nuclear power plants in the city. 20 years later in 2011 a 3-eyed fish was discovered in Argentina, which is close to a nuclear power plant.

Those are some scenes in The Simpsons series whose scenes are similar to those that occur in the real world.