Episode of Simpsons: “Evil”
Everyone knows the Simpsons. It’s the most famous, and arguably the greatest cartoon of all time. It’s about a yellow skinned family with a dumbass father named Homer, a smart mother named Marge, a troublemaking son named Bart, a straight man sister named Lisa, and a small innocent baby named Maggie. The show was created by a cartoonist named Matt Groening. The show was such a hit that it resulted in Matt making 2 other shows: Futurama, and more recently,Disnechantment. But why am I talking about this? Well, I was, and still am a huge fan of the show. A relative of mine works on TBS’ Conan O’Brien show, and if you didn’t know, Conan used to be a writer on The Simpsons, so I have a connection with the show. So, one day I was searching for DVD or digital collections of The Simpsons. I already owned all of them, but I wanted to see stuff I never saw before. So, I tried contacting the said-relative. She said she can have a talk with Conan. 2 days later, I was mailed a VHS. I didn’t own a VHS player, so I went to my friends house because he has one and is also a huge Simpsons fan. I put in the tape, and what was shown is a still image of the Simpsons sitting on their couch, with the logo and a play button, with no background music. As you can tell, this felt weird. Normally, there would be the Simpsons theme, a cute animation, and more options instead of just a play button. “Why does this look weird?” said my friend. He didn’t want to be named for this post to protect his privacy. “I don’t know” I said. I just pressed the play button. For a split second, I saw that the image turned red and the family’s eyes lost their pupils. “Wait, did you see that weird image?” I said. “What the fuck was that?” Said my friend. The theme song was the same animation as the normal episodes, but the song was just the guy banging on a piano. We see the establishing shot of the house, and then we see the Simpsons, who are animated horribly like the Flintstones, walking out of their house. They’re holding bags. “Alright Simpsons, let’s go.” They hop into their purple car, and Ned Flanders comes in the street. “Hiya Simpsons!” Says Flanders. Homer runs him over, and hyper realistic blood shows. Both, me and my friend scream and feel like we’re gonna vomit. They crash their car into Bart and Lisa’s school, and murder every kid inside. I vomit. Then homer crashes into a room with 5 nooses, and they all kill themselves. We go to a realistic looking hell animation, and homer and they family kiss Satan. They then see Flanders’ widow, and then 666 flashes onto the screen while they get slaughtered a million times as they come back to life every time. Flanders is shown there. “Diddly PLEASE DONT FUCKING SEND ME HERE INTO HELL!” The voice acting by Harry Shearer sounds like he’s really going to hell. He is sobbing. Satan then reveals that he is Flanders’ great grandfather. “NOOOOOOOOO”, Flanders says sobbing. He tries praying Our Father to God, but God gives Flanders a middle finger. The Simpsons say: “all you n***as better run before us and Satan rape you!” The episode ends with the credits reading: “FUCK YOU!” Me and my friend were in complete shock. I decided that evening to email Matt Groening about this:
Dear Mr Groening, I am a huge fan. I recently was mailed by Conan O’Brien a VHS with a Simpsons episode on it that was not aired with the family and Flanders going to hell after the family kills themselves. This is not the Treehouse of horror episode with the forbidden donut, this is an unaired poorly animated episode. Can you explain what this episode was? Kevin Mulderrig Jr. The next day I got an email back from Matt with him saying:
Dear Mr Mulderrig, Hi Kevin! Thanks so much for loving my work. I remember exactly what happened with that episode. There was a man wearing a backpack and a leather jacket who came into the Fox lot and pitched us the episode. He showed us the VHS, and we all turned down the episode after James L Brooks and myself threw up due to it, and Sam Simon had a heart attack due to it. He took out an AR-15 and shot up the Fox lot. 35 people died, 14 got shot and survived, and 12 (including me) didn’t get shot at all. I guess Conan took the VHS at the last second and mailed you it. Have a nice day. Matt So, I kept the VHS, and never looked at it for a month now. This was a horrible experience, and I just wanted to tell you this.
Submitted October 11, 2018 at 02:35PM by NC821