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Dsince 1989, the sequence The Simpsons fascinates tens of millions of followers world wide: the 35e season is at the moment being broadcast within the United States and, throughout one episode, a personality who has been current because the starting, 35 years in the past, mentioned goodbye. In the episode “Cremains of the Day”, Larry the Barfly loses his life. He is among the regulars at Moe's tavern, the place Homer goes very recurrently.

Although he has been current within the sequence because the first episode, he’s a secondary character who by no means speaks and who doesn’t do a lot apart from drink beers alongside Lenny, Carl, Barney and Homer. The latter are extra emblematic characters from the sequence created by Matt Groening virtually 40 years in the past.

The 35e season quickly in France

The episode tells the story of how Larry's mates go about paying their respects to him at his funeral. Homer and his mates then understand that they don't know a lot about Larry's life though he’s fairly often current alongside them on the bar. They then start to invent a false reminiscence to inform the story of the lifetime of the person who however thought-about them his “best friends”.

This shouldn’t be the primary time {that a} character from the sequence The Simpsons disappears. Homer's mom, Mona Simpson, and Maud Flanders, the Simpsons' neighbor, have already left the sequence in recent times. The first 34 seasons of Simpson can be found on Disney+. The 35e is at the moment being broadcast within the United States and may arrive in France quickly.