The Social Perception on Simpsons

The exceptionally popular sitcom, “The Simpsons” is entertaining people for nearly 30 years. The animated series features the Simpsons, a typical American family living in a fictional town of Springfield of the United States.  The imaginary town is well-constructed and has all the major social institutions. The sitcom shows everyday problems and activities of the Simpsons family and other social interactions which is pretty interesting and hilarious.

With over 5 members in the Simpson’s family, Homer portrays a typical American dad who loves beer and watching TV. With a plump tummy and a balding head, Homer earns and supports the family and keeps getting into trouble. Marge Simpson is the wife of Homer and is a typical house wife. She raises the 3 children, Bart, Lisa and Maggie. Bart and Lisa are archetypal brother and sister who keeps fighting and have elementary school issues. Maggie is the toddler in the house. Like any other family, they have a dog and cat.

“The Simpsons” is not only entertaining, but it also depicts the common aspects of an American society. The physiognomies which are a part of life, of ordinary people. Including government, police or religion, the show also interprets the darker aspects which covers corruption, homosexuality or alcoholism. The reality based incidents are made hilarious for the lighter note.

The Simpsons” is an animated sitcom for all ages. Some people believe that the show is not for kids as it often include dark humor. Recently, the jokes of Simpsons are being highlighted as regards to prophecy of the real world. This happened when Donald Trump defeated Hilary Clinton in the Presidential Elections, the happening was already shown in one of the episodes of the sitcom. Several other jokes have also been accurate on a number of occasions. The director of “The Simpsons”, David Silverman, has regarded the debacle as just a coincidence. The 27th season of the sitcom is being aired currently.

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