Updated September 28, 2020 10:51:59A new Simpsons episode, “A Very Murray Christmas,” aired on November 17.
The episode was a retelling of the classic Christmas episode “The Last Christmas” from the first season.
A different version of the same episode was also aired in the US.
This episode, which was the first of the 20th century, featured a Christmas episode about how the economy would collapse if we did not invest in public education and a Christmas-themed episode about the possibility of the “Winter of the Cats.”
“This Christmas, let’s put the nation to sleep,” Bart says to the Simpsons.
“That’s a real promise.”
The Simpsons predicted that the United States would go through a “Winter Of The Cats” and then “Winter The Simpsons” in the 2020s, based on the current situation.
It said the economy was going to contract in the year 2020, and that a “Christmas miracle” could be enacted.
The Simpsons did not explain how a “trickle-down” approach to education would work.
It also did not predict how long the Simpsons would be able to survive in the 21st century.
The episode was based on an original story by the late author Sam Raimi, and was written for the first Simpsons episode in the 1950s, when Bart was still a teenager.
The “Christmas Miracle” was originally published in the June 1952 issue of Time Magazine.
It was also the first episode to feature the characters of the Springfield family.