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FOX to Broadcast Oscar Nominated Short Film MAGGIE SIMPSON: THE LONGEST DAYCARE, 2/17

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FOX to Broadcast Oscar Nominated Short Film MAGGIE SIMPSON: THE LONGEST DAYCARE, 2/17

The FOX Network will air a special broadcast of the Academy Award-nominated short film "Maggie Simpson in: The Longest Daycare," in which Springfield's most famous toddler spends a day at the Ayn Rand Daycare Center, where her only friend is an all-too-fragile butterfly. The film will air on Sunday, February 17 immediately following an all-new episode of THE SIMPSONS.

Following the East coast broadcast, the film will be available to view at WWW.THESIMPSONS.COM

OFFICIAL SHOW WEBSITE: www.thesimpsons.com

OFFICIAL HOMER SIMPSON TWITTER: @HomerJSimpson

OFFICIAL SHOW HASHTAG: #thesimpsons

OFFICIAL SHOW FACEBOOK: www.facebook.com/TheSimpsons

On Sunday's all-new episode of The Simpsons, Bart and Milhouse explore the perks of being an adult when a shaving experiment leaves Milhouse looking exactly like his father, Kirk. Also, Marge desperately tries to save Maggie from the dangers of children's television in the all-new "Hardly Kirk-ing" episode.


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