Posted on Monday, September 28th, by Ethan Anderton. The Simpsons just began its 27th season lat night, and thankfully, after some rough negotiations over the summer , Harry Shearer was back with the rest of the veteran voice cast, reprising a few of his many voice roles on the show. We already know a couple of fun storylines for episodes coming in this new season of the long-running animated comedy, and now one more has just been revealed by showrunner Al Jean who we just interviewed recently as well. It turns out one of the characters on The Simpsons will be coming out as gay.
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Smithers comes out as gay on The Simpsons
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He gets fed up with Burns not appreciating him and considers his options. It's another entry in the dossier documenting the show's steady decline into blunt, ineffective storytelling, a reminder that The Simpsons is in such dire straits that a gentle nudge is far less effective in than a giant whack across the head with a comedy mallet. Smithers' sexuality has been a running gag in the show since its early episodes — from Waylon fantasising about his boss gliding through his open window at night to him being traumatised by the mere sight of a woman's derriere. Having him come out seems completely pointless given that, over time, the joke about him being in a closet has grown thin to the point where nobody even believes it anymore. Ten years ago, when the show did a highly-publicised campaign promising a well-known character would be coming out, people dismissed Smithers' being the first gay resident in Springfield because, well, it was a bit obvious it ended up being Patty, Marge's sister.
Smithers will finally come out - thanks to Simpsons writer's gay son
Sign in. Homer Simpson : Why are you reading on such a beautiful day when there's TV to watch. Lisa Simpson : Well, it is the golden age of well-written, well-acted television. Homer Simpson : Pfft! Writing is for bathroom walls and acting is for getting out of speeding tickets.
Identity on The Simpsons is malleable, but grounded. At its heart, the show spins out from a central satire of the American family, so even the most fantastical plots in theory, at least remain tethered to the emotional core of the characters and their roles in that family dynamic. Sure, Homer may have learned his lessons about being a better husband, father, worker, neighbor, friend, functional adult human a few hundred times over the years, but, in a good Simpsons episode, his single-episode journey is still affecting and thematically potent and funny. Also from the DVD commentary, Waters claims that he was delighted and surprised how well the presumably straight writers had crafted his character he only objected to a joke about John not getting along with his dad, calling the idea too stereotypical. John, with his catty witticisms and ironic appreciation of the things that make up the Simpsons un-ironic existence, could have curdled into snarky meanness.