CINCINNATI (CINCINNATI ENQUIRER) -The Simpsons are coming to Cincinnati. And it’s definitely not the first time the Queen City has appeared on the TV show, our partners at the Cincinnati Enquirer said.
“The Simpsons” tweeted Monday night: “Keep jiving, West Coast, and join us next week when we hit the road to Cincinnati!”
Will they try some Cincinnati chili? Get stuck trying to cross the Brent Spence Bridge? Visit the Cincinnati Zoo?
You’ll have to watch at 8 p.m. Sunday on Fox.
The episode, premiering Sunday, will feature Skinner and Chalmers on an 800-mile car ride to Cincinnati to attend an administrator’s convention.
A tweet posted a year ago had alluded to the episode, called “The Road to Cincinnati.”
“The Simpsons,” now the longest running TV comedy, premiered Dec. 17, 1989.
Other Cincinnati connections to “The Simpsons” include:
Nancy Cartwright, the voice of Bart Simpson himself, was born in Dayton and grew up in Kettering.
In the Season 29 episode “No Good Read Goes Unpunished” (2018), Marge tries to edit out the offensive parts of her favorite children’s book and winds up making it “as inoffensive as a Sunday in Cincinnati.”
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