Posted May 09, 2018 12:05:58The Simpsons was a hit for its creators and it was also a hit with the general public, so the show’s popularity is largely due to its popularity on television.
The show has been around since 1966, and its longevity is a testament to its creativity.
While the show has gone through many changes, one constant has been the characters and the show itself.
The characters have changed a lot, from the characters of the 1970s and 80s to the characters today.
The Simpsons, of course, has a huge following.
The current series has sold more than 20 million episodes, and the series has made it to the top ten of the Nielsen TV ratings, which are the most watched shows on television, according to the company.
The success of the show is partly due to the fact that its writers and producers have been able to keep the show fresh for generations.
“We have to take our creative license seriously,” creator Matt Groening told Business Insider in a recent interview.
“I love the characters.
They are real people.
It’s very easy to be silly and go off and make something up and then you never get it.”
While the characters have also evolved over time, it’s not because of changes in the show.
In fact, the writers have been doing this since the 1960s.
“The characters have evolved and grown,” Groening said.
“When I was a kid, the Simpsons was an all-ages cartoon.
We would play with toys.
We were just kids.
We had no knowledge of TV at all.
But now, the show, with its original characters, is the biggest hit of all time.”
When the show started, the main characters were Homer and Bart, who had a rivalry with Lisa.
Then, after they moved to New York, Homer became the leader of the family, and Bart became the love interest.
Then, in 1990, they split up, leaving Lisa and Bart to be married and raise children.
“It’s the Simpsons,” Groaning said.
“They’re all the same.”
Groening said the characters still retain their essence, which is what keeps them going.
“Homer’s a great guy.
He’s just an ordinary guy.
But the way he treats Lisa, and how he treats his children, they all feel genuine,” Groens said.
The characters’ personalities are also not the only thing that has changed over time.
“Everything in the world changes,” Groen said.
So, the characters don’t have to.
“You’re going to be amazed at how the characters grow over time,” Groener said.
They do have some major changes to do with how they interact with each other.
In one episode, Bart and Lisa went to the dentist and started a conversation.
But in another episode, Lisa asked her parents for help in getting the money for a trip to Disneyland.
“That’s how the Simpsons’ characters change,” Groened said.
There have also been changes in how the show portrays violence.
“Bart’s the first to get a gun,” Groaned.
“He’s the one who’s always carrying it.”
The show also has more subtle depictions of bullying.
“There are no bullies in The Simpsons,” he said.