WORLD'S FIRST SIMPSONS EPISODE
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What was the world's first Simpsons episode?
We're sure you know that The
Simpsons got their start on the Tracy Ullman Show, but do you know when?
The world's first Simpsons short aired on April 19 1987
and was called 'Good Night'. It lasted 30 seconds.
All five of the Simpsons were in the first episode and
Maggie actually spoke the words 'good night'.
In all 48 shorts were made.
The first full Simpsons episode aired on December 17
1989 and was titled 'Simpsons Roasting on an Open Fire'.
We managed to dig up the first words spoken by the
Simpsons, in fact here is the entire conversation from their first short:
Homer: Well, goodnight son.
Bart: Um dad?
Bart: What is the mind? Is it just a system of
impulses or is it something tangible?
Homer: Relax. What is mind? No matter. What is
matter? Never mind. (laughs)
Bart: Thanks dad...
Homer: Goodnight son.
Marge: Good night Lisa.
Lisa: Goodnight mom.
Marge: Sweet Dreams.
Lisa: Thanks mom.
Marge: Sleep tight.
Lisa: I will mom.
Marge: Don't let the bed bugs bite.
Lisa: Bed bugs?
Marge: Rockabye baby, in the treetop. When the wind
blows, the cradle will rock. When the bough breaks, the cradle will fall, and
down will come baby, cradle and all. Sweet dreams.
Homer: We may be the best parents in the world.
Marge: Mmmm. Goodnight dear.
Lisa and Bart: (unintelligible screaming)
Marge: Alright, climb in.
Homer: There's nothing to worry about, now everyone
go to sleep. Goodnight.
Maggie: Goodnight dad.
The Simpsons: Good Night
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