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‘Simpsons’ to Have Own Super Bowl Controversy
LOS ANGELES ( On Sunday, Feb. 6, 2005, FOX will host Super Bowl XXXIX. And while the announcers will more than likely go out of its way to not mention Janet Jackson and Justin Timberlake’s “wardrobe malfunction” from this year, don’t expect the same of the post-game entertainment.
FOX will air an original “Simpsons” episode following the game entitled “Homer and Ned’s Hail Mary Pass.”
In the hapless way that Homer has, he will stumble across a new career as a “victory dane choreographer.” After working for defensive tackle Warren Sapp, basketballers LeBron James and Yao Ming, and figure skater Michelle Kwan (all voicing themselves), he’s called upstairs to choreograph the Super Bowl halftime show. In over his head, Homer turns to neighbor Ned for help. Together they create a clean and classy production, only to have America turn on them for such a “blatant display of decency.”
Other voices signed for this season include Ray Romano as Homer’s new best friend, Kim Cattrall as Marge’s old pal from high school who’s now a journalist, and architect Frak Gehry, author Thomas Pynchon and rapper 50 Cent as themselves.
“The Simpsons” 16th season with premiere Sunday, Nov. 7 at 8 p.m. ET with the annual “Treehouse of Horror” Halloween special.