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  • Other significant US acquisitions include The Simpsons, for which the station was reported to have paid £700,000 per episode for the terrestrial television rights.Channel 4-Wikipedia
  • Oregon native Matt Groening, creator of The Simpsons, has incorporated many references from his hometown of Portland into the TV series.Oregon-Wikipedia
  • In March 1991, "Do the Bartman" by The Simpsons was the first single to reach #1 in Australia that was not available on 7-inch vinyl, but cassingle only.ARIA Charts-Wikipedia
  • On November 19, 2017, in Season 29, episode 7 of The Simpsons, entitled "Singin' in the Lane", the bowling tournament is being streamed on ESPN8, which is a parody of ESPN8: The Ocho.ESPN-Wikipedia
  • Writers for The Simpsons and late-night television programs often come by way of the Harvard Lampoon.New England-Wikipedia
  • In the popular TV show The Simpsons, Mr. Burns is a Yale alumnus.Yale University-Wikipedia

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