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Why The Simpsons Crossover Episodes Are ‘A Little Weird’ For One Executive Producer

In order to bring The Simpsons together with other TV characters, one must create another suspension of disbelief on top of others already needed to accept this show’s non-aging characters across three decades. It might not seem like that big of a deal to fans who aren’t thinking about such things and just want to see Rick and Morty and The Simpsons getting a full-length crossover, but the writers in charge of the characters and storylines do adhere to a specific kind of logic. And in most cases, having more traditional-looking humans such as King of the Hill‘s core family in Springfield just makes the town’s characters stand out in weird ways. (Granted, Bart and Lisa’s hair-skulls should weird everyone out already, but I digress.)

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