Information about the plot for the episode “Bart’s Not Dead“, which will air on September 30, 2018; has been released by FOX. The episode will be the 1st and Season Premiere episode of Season 30.
In the episode … “Bart takes a dare, and ends up in the hospital. To cover for himself and Homer, he says he went to Heaven and met Jesus. Christian producers offer the Simpsons a movie deal, which Homer takes. But Bart can’t deal with the guilt and comes clean to Marge after the movie is finished.”
Guest stars for the episode include: Emily Deschanel as herself, Gal Gadot as herself, Dave Attell as Luke, Pete Holmes as Matthew, Jonathan Groff as Bart.
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12:12 – David Silverman talks about evolving with technology.
“We’ve always had a great ability to go many places. We’re still hand drawing. Because we’re doing computer painting we can make even more beautiful settings…- David Silverman @tubatron#TheSimpsons#SDCC
“One I thought was fantastic was Anne Hathaway. She did all her own singing. She is a real life Disney princess in the best sense of the word.” – @AlJean on favorite guest star #TheSimpsons#SDCC#SDCC2018
When asked about an ideal ending for the #Simpsons, Al Jean said ideally they’d want to go back to the Christmas pageant from the 1st ep. But “now that I’ve said it, it won’t happen.” #SDCCpic.twitter.com/EYiALFXxjF
In “My Way or the Highway to Heaven”, he will voice himself in Heaven, a reference to his car accident and coma in 2014, when after waking up he said God told him “Your room ain’t ready. I still got something for you to do”. In”Baby You Can’t Drive My Car” he will voice a tow truck driver, who drives past Homer and Marge.
Marge starts selling “tubberware” but she’s not very good at it. Julio gives her a makeover to boost her confidence and she becomes successful, not realizing everyone thinks she’s a drag queen. The sub-plot is a parody of Amélie, where Lisa does little things to make people happy.