Over the years, there has been no shortage of The Simpsons fans arguing that it’s predicted future events. Created by Matt Groening, the beloved animated sitcom has been on screen for many years. And a few have felt that the show predicted things from Donald Trump’s presidency to smartwatches.
One of the newest viral images suggests that The Simpsons once predicted that the Cincinnati Bengals would win the Super Bowl. The football game team is competing within the upcoming game on Sunday, February 13th 2022. However, speculatively swarming social media, it’s time to debunk The Simpsons’ Bengals Super Bowl prediction post.
The Simpsons’ Bengals Super Bowl Prediction
The Simpsons didn’t predict that the Bengals will win the Super Bowl within the upcoming game. The post making the rounds is created from three images. They are all three with the different. One from them is a cheerleader who supporting the team. The another one is a news anchor who is reading ‘Bengals win Sper Bowl!’. And the last one is a Homer who writes ‘Go Bengals’ on his stomach. However they all supported the team in their own ways.
While the shots are lifted from real episodes of The Simpsons, the text foreshadowing an excellent Bowl win are added by a 3rd party and weren’t featured in any episodes of the series. Over the years, variety of stills from The Simpsons are manipulated by the general public in attempts to trick audiences into believing false prediction claims. So, to clarify, however, The Simpsons failed to predict that the Bengals are headed to victory at the Super Bowl with 34.
The Bengals History With Sitcom Explained
Season 16 episode 8, titled Homer and Ned’s Hail Mary Pass and released in 2005. It followed Homer dancing for the team at the Super Bowl. He is shown as a supporter, with the words ‘Go Bengals’ written across his stomach. Such athletes as LeBron James, Warren Sapp, and Yao Ming appear within the episode.
Indeed, the Bengals are referenced some of times across The Simpsons’ history. ‘THERE ARE only a few CASES’. Bill Oaklet the writer of the show has expressed his point of view on the string of prediction arguments. This arguments are emerged in recent years. ‘There are only a few cases where The Simpsons predicted something” he explained to magazine. Because The history repeats itself because the episodes are so old and mainly it is just the coincidence. Most of those episodes are supported things that happened within the 60s, 70s or 80s that we knew about.”