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The Simpsons paid tribute to David Letterman with the couch gag, who announced on Thursday that he will be retiring. In the the skit, The Simpsons fly to New York City to appear on the Late Show With David Letterman. Check below to watch the clip from FOX Animations!
The Simpsons continues to strike a chord with viewers for irreverently poking fun at anything and everything. As the longest-running scripted series in television history, which Entertainment Weekly called the "No. 1 Greatest American Sitcom." The Simpsons has become one of the most consistently groundbreaking, innovative and recognizable entertainment franchises throughout the world. With its subversive humor and delightful wit, the series has made an indelible imprint on American pop culture, and the family members, HOMER, MARGE, BART, LISA and MAGGIE, are television icons.
David Letterman announced his retirement Thursday, April 3, from The Late Show. The LATE SHOW has received numerous honors, including 70 Emmy nominations and nine Emmy Awards. Click here to go BroadwayWorld's original article announcing his retirement.