If “The Simpsons” is right, the world could one day tweet again.

The new episode from Sunday He may have made another bold prediction about the future his space rockets and his ownership of X (formerly Twitter) and viewers took notice.

The long-running animated series on Fox made predictions to that effect finally came true since the early 1990s, from the Ebola virus to large network monopolies game of Thrones Plot points and much more in between.

Here’s the latest forecast and what people are saying.

Make the prediction

The fourth episode of the 35th season aired on Sunday The simpsons Titled “Thirst Trap: A Corporate Love Story,” it was a major parody documentary about a young college dropout CEO named Persephone – voiced by Elizabeth Banks – who is the “Fake it Until You Make It” in Silicon Valley. Philosophy embodied. In the end, she convinces Mr. Burns to finance her dream project and the couple marry.

At one point in the episode he gives her “something special for her birthday” in the form of a card.

“A Twitter gift card?” she asks.

“No, I bought you Twitter, the whole company!” says Burns. “It was a bargain, the previous owner had to sell it after his self-propelled Mars rocket crashed into the International Space Station.”

Last but not least, this scene was immediately followed by a scene with Mr. Burns and Persephone interviewed by media personalities and billion Co-creator Andrew Ross Sorkinwho suggested that under the new ownership, Mr Burns had removed every negative tweet about Persephone from the platform.

Banking the prediction

Viewers who reacted on social media – Musk’s, to be precise

Musk on it The simpsons

It’s not the first time Musk has been mentioned on the long-running hit show. He provided his voice for a 2015 Season 26 episode titled “The Musk Who Fell to Earth.”

He has also lent his voice to other successful animated series South Park And Rick and Morty.

It is still too early to say whether this is the case Simpsons The prediction will join the ever-growing list of things that have actually come to fruition, or it will be among the few notable predictions that do not become true. But a prediction that Is a pretty safe bet: The simpsons hasn’t finished making them yet.

The simpsons airs Sundays at 8 p.m. on Fox.


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