“The Simpsons” Season 27 recently premiered in an episode titled, “Every Man’s Dream.” While Marge and Homer’s rumored breakup has been pretty much the talk of the town before the season premiere of the Fox animated sitcom, finale spoilers from the show’s executive producer hinted on several exciting details for the show’s season finale. Will Marge and Homer divorce for good this time?
This article contains spoilers for “The Simpsons” Season 27. Read on to learn more about this scoop.
Fans were able to let out a sigh of relief after TV Line reported that Homer and Marge are NOT divorcing in “The Simpsons” Season 27. Several news reports came out noting on the possibility that the couple will be divorcing for good just days before the season premiere of the Fox animated series.
This rumor reportedly started after executive producer Al Jean said, “Homer and Marge legally separate.” Fans immediately took this as an indication that their favorite couple was going to separate for good. However, the show’s official Twitter account put an end to these speculations in a series of photos, which show that Homer and Marge are not breaking up this season.
In a recent interview with TV Line, however, the executive producer offered several hints as to what fans can expect in the season finale of “The Simpsons.” According to Jean, the finale episode, which is titled, “Orange is the New Yellow,” will show Marge getting arrested for leaving Bart in the park alone.
Jean quoted one of Mitch Albom’s columns about letting kids play in the park alone and said that this will be the basis of their story. The executive producer also brushed up on Smithers finally coming out of Mr. Burns.
“We actually do a lot with Smithers this year; he gets fed up with Burns not appreciating him and considers his options.”
Jean also hinted that a MAJOR breakup is about to happen; but, no, this isn’t about Homer and Marge. Which couple will breakup in “The Simpsons?”
Stay tuned on Movie News Guide (MNG) for more updates.
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