Attention all Simpsons fans! Are you ready for a shocking revelation? Rumor has it that the classic animated sitcom may have predicted the death of none other than Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth II. Yes, you read that right. While we don’t want to scare anyone unnecessarily, there are some eerie coincidences between recent events and an episode of The Simpsons from over twenty years ago. So, is this fact or fiction? Buckle up and get ready to explore this intriguing conspiracy theory in our latest blog post!
The Simpsons have been known to make jokes about current events
Yes, the Simpsons have been known to make jokes about current events. Some believe that the show predicted the death of Queen Elizabeth II. Here are some examples:
In an episode from 1998, Homer Simpson is seen attending the funeral of a character named “Mrs. Thatcher”, who strongly resembles the former British Prime Minister Margaret Thatcher.
In another episode from 2000, Lisa Simpson is seen reading a book called “Citizen Kane Jr.”, which is a parody of Orson Welles’ classic film “Citizen Kane”. In the book, it is revealed that Charles Foster Kane’s dying words were “Rosebud”, just like in the movie. However, in this version, Kane was referring to his pet llama.
More recently, in an episode from 2016, Marge Simpson is seen buying a scratch-off lottery ticket. The store clerk tells her that she has to be 18 years old to buy lottery tickets, but Marge shows her ID and it says she was born in 1902. This means that Marge would have been 114 years old at the time of this episode’s airing, which is also around the age that Queen Elizabeth II was at that time.
So while it’s impossible to say for sure whether or not the Simpsons predicted the death of Queen Elizabeth II, it’s clear that they’ve made jokes about current events in the past.
In recent years, The Simpsons have been known to make jokes about current events. In 2015, the show made a joke about then-presidential candidate Donald Trump becoming president. Last year, the show made a joke about the death of Queen Elizabeth II.
Now, some people are wondering if The Simpsons predicted the death of Queen Elizabeth II. In an episode that aired last month, the character Marge Simpson was seen reading a book called “The Undefeated”. The book was published in 2041, and on the cover, it said “RIP Queen Elizabeth II”.
Of course, this could just be a coincidence. But it’s worth noting that The Simpsons has a history of predicting future events. For example, the show correctly predicted that Disney would buy 20th Century Fox (which happened last year).
So did The Simpsons predict the death of Queen Elizabeth II? We may never know for sure. But it’s certainly possible!
In an episode from 2010, Homer Simpson is seen standing outside Buckingham Palace with a black mourning band around his arm
In an episode from 2010, Homer Simpson is seen standing outside Buckingham Palace with a black mourning band around his arm. The episode, titled “The Regina Monologues”, aired just four days after the death of Queen Elizabeth II.
In the episode, Homer is in London for a vacation with his family. While there, he learns that the queen has died and goes to Buckingham Palace to pay his respects. He is one of many people who gather outside the palace to mourn her death.
Interestingly, this isn’t the only time The Simpsons has seemingly predicted a royal death. In an episode from 1997, Prince Charles is seen shaking hands with Mr. Burns while wearing a black armband, similar to the one worn by Homer in 2010. That episode aired just two days before the death of Princess Diana.
This has led some people to believe that the writers of The Simpsons predicted Queen Elizabeth II’s death
There are a lot of conspiracy theories out there about The Simpsons. Some people believe that the writers of the show are psychic and can predict future events. One of the most popular theories is that the writers predicted Queen Elizabeth II’s death.
There are a few pieces of evidence that people point to when they say this. First, in an episode from season six, there is a scene where Lisa Simpson is looking at a book about the British monarchy. She says, “The British monarchy is so old it makes me wish I was dead.” This could be seen as a sign that Lisa knew something was going to happen to the queen.
Second, in another episode from season seventeen, Marge Simpson dreams that she attending the funeral of Queen Elizabeth II. This could be interpreted as another sign that the writers knew the queen was going to die.
Of course, these are just theories and there is no way to know for sure if The Simpsons did predict Queen Elizabeth II’s death. But it is fun to think about!
However, it is more likely that the writers were just making a joke about the British monarchy, in general,
it is more likely that the writers were just making a joke about the British monarchy in general. After all, The Simpsons are known for their satire. The show has made fun of the royal family before. In one episode, Lisa Simpson becomes queen after Queen Elizabeth II dies.
In conclusion, the speculation surrounding The Simpsons and their prediction of Queen Elizabeth II’s death has been going on for years. Although the episode aired in 1995 did hint at her passing away, it is clear that this was not done intentionally. It is more likely to have been a coincidence as many other events depicted on the show have also come true. That being said, it does make one wonder if there are any further predictions hidden within The Simpsons yet to be discovered!