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The Simpsons Sees To Feature The Return Of Several Guest Stars
Over the years, The Simpsons has been very good to one of their own, allowing him to have many different girlfriends despite his young age and general lack of maturity. I’m referring to Bart Simpson, of course. He’s been around the block a few times for a ten-year-old, and he’ll be paying a visit to some of his past loves in an upcoming episode, which means the show will require the return of some of its past guest starts: Zooey Deschanel, Natalie Portman, Anne Hathaway, Sarah Michelle Gellar, and Sarah Silverman. If Bart were a real person, he would be one lucky s.o.b.
In the episode, “Moonshine River,” we’ll see Bart traveling around, visiting the girls he’s dated in attempt to figure where things went wrong with each one. Consulting producer Tim Long, who wrote the episode, admitted to EW.com the episode is sort of a homage/stolen idea from High Fidelity. Bart will reconnect with Gina (Gellar, Season 15), Darcy (Portman, Season 18), Jenny (Hathaway, Season 20), and Nikki (Silverman, Season 21), and slowly realize that maybe he was the problem. More importantly, he comes to the conclusion Mary (Deschanel), the hillbilly daughter of Cleetus who Bart almost married in Season 19, is someone he should never have let go of.
Is it just me, or does that see, like an awful lot for a ten-year-old to be going through? Oh well, as long as its funny then I guess it doesn’t matter. Plus this is television. Since when does it need to make sense a third grader is looking for his soulmate? “Moonshine River” will air this fall as part of the show’s 24th season, which should be plenty of time for everyone to come to terms with this story happening. We cannot stop it so we should just embrace it for what it is; a touching love story. Actually, don’t take my word on that.