Top 10 Scary Simpsons Predictions We DON'T Want To Come True - Part 2Sep 05, 2023
From the election of Donald Trump to Siegfried and Roy's famous tiger attack in 2003 and even faulty voting machines in 2012, there have been countless Simpsons
true, so it's no wonder some seem to think that writers might know something we don't. But luckily a lot of the things they predicted never happened, so there is hope, so keep your fingers crossed with me as we dive into the second edition of the 10 Scariest Simpsons Predictions We Don't Want to Come True starting with the issue. 10 Ivanka 2028. Now you may remember a certain season 11 episode where The Simpsons accurately predicted Donald Trump's election 17 years before his actual inauguration, but could we get another presidential prediction in 2016 before the prediction Trump's initial statement would have
Seeing the light of day, it looks like they've slightly added another layer that will keep us on edge for the next six years waiting to see if it comes true. The Treehouse of Horror episode begins innocently enough with Homer taking Bart shopping for a Christmas tree. on Halloween he jokes with his son that they are shopping because everything in America is too early, but then Homer opens his Bender costume to reveal an Ivanka 2028 badge underneath that says look while laughing to himself with his classic style of Homer, the scene then cuts. and it's never talked about again, so do you think the prediction will come true just like it did for Donald or will it just be another silly Simpsons parody that hits number nine?
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The death of George Clooney. Now, the Simpsons seem to have predicted a lot of things. deaths of celebrities like Arnold Palmer, Kobe Bryant and maybe even Queen Elizabeth II, but could they also be right about our beloved actor George Clooney now in this episode of Treehouse of Horror? Homer, in an attempt to use images of celebrities and advertisements without their consent, kills both Princes. and Neil Armstrong, who curiously has already passed away. George Clooney is the third celebrity he has killed by causing them to slide in quicksand on the Hollywood Walk of Fame. Now, considering the fate of the first two celebrities in this episode, it definitely seems a little creepy.
The Simpsons predict the end is near for Clooney, fingers crossed and hope George is here to stay for a long time, next up at number eight, the suppression of green energy now, as our technology advances, too our cars do it, we already have completely electric ones. Cars are sweeping the market and slowly but surely we seem to be taking big steps towards cleaner energy sources, but does The Simpsons predict that everything could go downhill in the 582nd episode of the series? Lisa invents a solar-powered car, something that is actually already beginning to be developed at places like MIT.
Lisa enters her car into an alternative energy Derby race, but just as she is about to cross the finish line, a dust blimp blocks the sun and stops her in her tracks, while this may seem like just a silly coincidence. , it wouldn't be a stretch to think that large conglomerates could be planning ways to prevent renewable energy sources from sabotaging the rise of greener sources. Next up at number seven, the end of American civilization in season 24, while she was visiting her usual haunt, Moe's. Homer meets a doomsday prepper who warns him of inevitable social collapse. He then tells you that anarchy lurks around every corner and that then it will be the end of civilization, stating that he will return to an America near you.
Homer responds to the coach. saying that America cannot collapse, we are as powerful as ancient Rome, the doomsday prepper then shows him a video detailing what he believes is the inevitable decline of our civilization due to our dependence on the system, such as if supermarkets closed. we will starve or if the taps are turned off we would be forced to drink animal blood and in the end I have the task completely convinced, although I cannot foresee that everything will unfold exactly as the video imagines that The Simpsons might be trying to tell. We, something, America as we know it will cease to exist.
I mean, you can already buy bunkers online so they're not the first ones on your mind. Coming up to number six of World War III, this episode of season 6 contained many
predictionsthat Fortunately, they have not yet come true, so I think it goes without saying, while we all pray that the same thing happens with her prediction of Another World War in this 1995 episode titled Lisa's Wedding, she visits a psychic she sees 15 years later. his future telling him everything about what her life will be like now. I know, I know. 15 years since 1995 was 2010, so for us it was 12 years ago, but we still don't
wantto take a chance on this one during the episode where Lisa's fiancé Hugh leaves.
They go to Moe's bar with Homer, where Mo, upon learning that Hugh is British, sarcastically hands him a beer and tells him that they were referring to the US who saved him during World War II, but Hugh quickly responds. saying yes, but we were the ones who saved you in the world. The Third War, which Mo admits, is true, while I would love to say that this idea seems absurd. Could The Simpsons be right? Are we ready for another world war? Let's hope they were completely wrong and no longer occupy our number five spot. sunlight, well, it's no secret that we love the modern conveniences of electricity.
I think we can all agree that nothing will replace that great ball of light in our sky. I don't know if any of you have ever lived in a basement, but I can tell you from experience that not having sunlight in your house makes for a pretty terrible time, so I can definitely say that I'm praying that the prediction of the Season 7 stays as far from reality as possible. Mr. Burns, the owner of the local Springfield nuclear power plant, decides that to line his pockets he will force everyone in town to use more electricity by making the sun disappear.
He then creates a giant plate at the end of a moving arm that completely blocks the sun from the entire city. forcing citizens to rely entirely on artificial light to help them move now. Can I foresee that a real-life billionaire will do well? Maybe not in the way Mr. Burns decides to block the sun, but is it impossible to imagine some rich Ubers? A tycoon devising a sinister plan to make us all pay more for electricity and keep natural light a thing of the past. All I can say is that I hope it never comes true.
He will arrive at iRobot number four. I know we've all had the same nightmare. One day we wake up and the robots that once made our lives easier and better turn against the humans who are taking over the world and destroying everyone in their path. Well, this 1994 episode predicted a similar fate during a trip to visit the land of Itchy and Scratchy in season six. Homer and the family fear for their lives when a horde of high-tech robots come to life and wreak havoc, aiming to harm their family. Now that this stings in a harsh land, the robots were programmed to be violent, but a park employee tells them.
Don't worry because the robots have been specifically programmed not to harm humans. Where have we heard that nothing could go wrong before? Well, luckily, Homer discovers that a camera flash immobilizes the Bots and can save his family from his deadly fate, but come on. just agree to keep the robots away because, as we've all learned time and time again, they'll get too smart and we'll all have to face the consequences next in number three music Mind Control is a story as old as time music is the Those little children are listening that shows them the ways of the devil.
We saw it with Elvis in the 50s, rock and roll bands in the 80s and rappers in the 90s, where it was rumored that if you played the record backwards you would hear the devil himself. and while of course that was all nonsense, what if the government actually found a way to control the world's children through music? According to this 2001 episode, it could become a reality titled New Kids on the black. Bart meets with a music producer. who offers him the chance to be a star and join a boy band with his friends Nelson Ralph and Milhouse, but not everything is as innocent as it seems when his single is released and the line, even in neoj, is in the chorus of Of course, Lisa is quick to dive into this peculiar situation and realizes it's the other way around to join the Navy.
She rushes to confront Bart's supposed manager only to discover that he is a Navy lieutenant and tells him that popular music has long been used as a recruiting tool by the military. I don't know about you, but this seems a little eerily possible, so I'm definitely keeping my fingers crossed that we don't see this happen. At number two, he is the zombie apocalypse. For as long as I can remember, zombies have been a big
partof pop culture, so it's no surprise that The Simpsons seems to have a prediction about them too. In a 2009 Treehouse of Horror episode, the local Burger Joint Crusty Burgers launches a new menu item coined by Krusty the Clown while Burger Squares all he does is take Grade A beef cows, kill them, and then feed them their meat.
More Cows, the second cows turn into hamburgers and voilà, a new masterpiece arrives well in the city of Springfield until it begins to completely transform. city into zombies or, as they call them, chewers who terrorize the city and demolish everything in their path, although it seems far-fetched. Could The Simpsons be onto something here? Could some strange genetically modified meat be the cause of our social collapse and, ultimately, our numbers? one place is the reanimation machine, while we always suspect that an episode with Sideshow Bob gives us chills to some extent, he really kicks it up a notch when he's in a Halloween special once again in this episode of Treehouse of Horror titled Wanted Dead. or Alive Bob finally kills Bart just like he's been trying to do for years, but it's not just that much worse, he doesn't kill Bart just once, oh no, no, no, no, he kills him over and over again with aid.
From his so-called resuscitation machine, Bob is able to revive Bart, allowing him to kill him repeatedly in different ways and as many times as he
wants, science seems quite impossible in this case, can you imagine if such a machine? was actually made up, if it got into the wrong hands it could be detrimental to humanity and cause an incredible amount of damage, so let's hope this stays on the screen and far, far away from our lives, as always. Thank you very much for watching guys. I'm Kennedy and don't forget to subscribe abroad.
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