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Homer is going to die.
“Simpsons” creator Matt Groening says he is going to kill off Daddy Simpson so that the star can go to heaven to argue with God.
Fear not.
Homer comes back at the end of the episode, he says, after deciding he misses wife Marge and kids Bart, Lisa and Maggie too much.
“Homer gets into an argument with God,” Groening told reporters late last week at an award show in London.
“He tells God he should go back in time and change things that are wrong in the world.
“Homer says Superman could do it,” the show’s creator says.
This will not be Homer’s first confrontation with the Almighty.
He has, in an earlier episode, argued with God about the relative merits of football and chuch (“Hey, what’s the big deal about going to some building every Sunday? I mean, isn’t God everywhere?”)
But this will be the first time he dies in order to meet the Lord.
The creator of “The Simpsons” also said that he was excited that TV comic Ricky Gervais ó the writer and star of “The Office” ó had agreed to pen a “Simpsons” episode.
“It is the first time anyone has been given free rein to write an episode.
“We trust Ricky because we’ll take his scripts and just rip it apart.”