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Below are some fun facts you may or may not know about the Simpsons!

» Chief Wiggum is based on actor Edward G. Robinson.

» The episode in which Homer loses his car at the World Trade Center was removed from circulation after 9/11.

» Michael Jackson secretly wrote the Bart Simpson novelty hit "Do the Bartman".

» The incompetent Dr. Nick was inspired by George "Dr. Nick" Nichopoulos, the doctor who fueled Elvis Presley's prescription drug habit.

» According to Guiness, The Simpsons holds the record for most celebrity guest stars.

» In the opening credits when Maggie is scanned, she "costs" $847.63, the price of raising a baby for a month.

» Thanks to Lisa, the number of female saxophone players in school bands has skyrocketed.

» Homer has a tattoo reading "Starland Vocal Band forever."

» Producers had to apologize for the 1992 episode in which Marge stars in a musical version of "A Streetcar Named Desire" and refers to New Orleans as "Stinking, rotten, vomiting, vile... Putrid, brackish, maggotty, foul."

» Principal Skinner is named for behavioral expert B. F. Skinner.

» Homer, Marge, Bart, Lisa and Maggie have traveled to every continent except Antarctica.

» The Simpsons is the longest running animated series of all time. It passed "The Flintstones'" in 1997, and surpassed "The Adventures of Ozzie and Harriet" in 2005 as the longest running comedy in TV history.
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