What do we know about 'The Simpsons' Season 34

The screenwriters will somehow pay tribute to the movie "Top Gun: Maverick"

Jul 9, 2022 - 13:01
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What do we know about 'The Simpsons' Season 34

The last episode of the 33rd season of the famous cartoon "The Simpsons" was broadcast on May 22, and the 34th season will begin airing in September. For now, not many details are known, including which public figures will appear as guests, which is now an established tradition in this cartoon. However, it is known that Tom Cruise and the film "Top Gun: Maverick" will be honored in some way.

This series has been broadcast for more than 30 years and what characterizes it is its topicality, but also the script itself, which many people label as "prophetic" while the screenwriters wisely remain silent. One of the interesting stories from this cartoon is hidden behind the scene of pushing Maggie through the cash register. Have you ever wondered why the youngest member of the Simpsons is dragged through the conveyor belt at the cash register?

When the corner cartoon debuted in 1989, the youngest Simpson cost $847.63, according to the New York Post. A seemingly arbitrary number represents the cost of raising a baby for a month. During the 33rd season of this series, the scriptwriters had fun during the opening credits. In one of the episodes, Maggie's price takes a satanic twist with the number "666". In 2009, the authors updated their opening credits and adapted the joke on the scanner.

The price that appears on the scanner is $243.26 until Maggie is scanned, at which point the number doubles to $486.52, alluding to the cost of the baby now being twice as expensive, the New York Post reports. It remains for us to take a closer look at the season 34 rush and see if everything has remained the same during the pandemic.

By the way, Tom Cruise's "Top Gun: Maverick" achieved another impressive result at the global box office recently as it crossed $ 1 billion. In addition to becoming the most successful film of the 59-year-old actor. With that ticket sale, "Top Gun: Maverick" overthrew Marvel's superhero film "Doctor Strange in the Multiverse of Madness" ($ 943 million) as the highest-grossing film of the year at the global box office.

"Spider-Man: No Way Home," which grossed more than $ 1.89 billion, is the only other film to reach $ 1 billion during the coronavirus pandemic. "Top Gun: Maverick" is the debut with the highest earnings in Cruise's career and his first film, which already exceeded the earnings of 100 million dollars in the first weekend of showing.

Post by: Rinna James