Posted February 04, 2019 05:12:31 It’s been a long time coming, but now the long-running television show about the Simpson family is coming back to the big screen.

The Simpsons, which was revived in 2005 by Matt Groening, is currently airing its first two seasons on Cartoon Network.

The show stars Bart Simpson, Lisa Simpson, Marge Simpson and Maggie Simpson, and was created by Garth Ennis and David X. Cohen.

The original Simpsons premiered on April 15, 1969.

Groening was the show’s executive producer for the first seven seasons.

Here’s everything you need to know about the Simpsons.

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The Original Simpsons is the First Simpsons to Have Bart Simpson and Lisa Simpson 2.

The series started out with a big budget for a cartoon, but it was later expanded into two feature films.

In addition to the Simpsons, The Simpsons is a favorite among fans of The Twilight Zone, The Twilight Saga and Futurama.

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The first episode aired on September 25, 1974.

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Bart and Lisa were introduced in the episode “Seeds of Doom.”

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Bart is a scientist.

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Bart’s father is the head of the Springfield Police Department.

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Lisa is a high school student.

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Homer is a professor.

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Bart loves to make pies.

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Lisa loves to sing.

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Bart has a girlfriend named Lisa Simpson.

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Bart makes a song for his sister, Maggie.

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Bart hates the term “candy.”

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Bart eats chocolate.

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Bart always wanted to be an engineer.

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Bart gets his name from a real candy store.

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Bart was born in Chicago, Illinois.

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The Springfield Police Dept. is based in Springfield, Illinois, but they are not actually Springfield Police.

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In the episode where Homer tells Bart about his dad, Bart was in a car accident.

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Homer was born to a single mother.

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In a scene where Bart talks about his parents, the two girls in the car were not his parents.

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In “Toys,” Bart talks to his sister about her father.

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In Homer’s “The Boy Wonder,” Bart is dressed as a girl.

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In Lisa’s “Homer’s Enemy,” Bart plays the role of an angry mobster.

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Homer’s favorite song is “The Muppet Christmas Carol.”

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In The Simpsons Christmas special, Homer sings the song “It’s Not the End of the World As We Know It.”

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Homer loves to read, which is a trait of all the Simpson children.

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The second Simpsons season premiered on March 11, 2005.

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Bart likes to read.

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In an episode titled “Mystery Incorporated,” Homer and Bart discuss their favorite Muppets.

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Bart used to wear a wig, but he shaved it off after being bullied.

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In one episode, Homer plays a prank on Lisa and gives her a doll.

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Bart uses the phrase “Candy Bar.”

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In Simpsons: Bart’s Big Day Out, Homer visits a candy store in the Simpsons town of Springfield.

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Bart thinks that the candy store is “the best thing ever.”

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Homer likes to hang out with Marge, but she is not the most friendly person.

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Bart doesn’t have a favorite TV show.

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Bart wears a mustache on “The Simpsons.”

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Bart keeps a special gift for his parents in his trunk.

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In episode “Loser,” Bart and Marge try to save Lisa from a drunk driver.

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In Episode “The Love Boat,” Bart uses his powers to help Lisa find her dad.

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Bart once ate a bowl of popcorn.

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In Season 9, Bart plays a role in an old episode of the TV show The Brady Bunch.

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In his first appearance, Bart appears as a guest on the hit sitcom The Brady Buddys.

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In Bart’s debut episode, “Alfred the Great,” Bart takes a painting of Alfred the Great.

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In some episodes, Bart’s character makes a cameo appearance as an employee at the local convenience store.

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In season 8, Homer and Maggie are featured in a parody of “The Cosby Show.”

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In part of the show, Bart makes fun of a famous person, who happens to be the comedian and actor Fred Armisen.

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In seasons 6 and 7, Bart is featured in “Swingin’ Nails,” “The New Kids on the Block,” and “Lisa Goes to Washington.”

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In episodes like “Holidays in the Valley,” Homer is called the “Mr. Burns of the Simpsons.”

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Bart seems to have a knack for the arts.

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Bart often refers to himself as a “carpenter.”

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In many episodes