The Simpsons are well known as the show that predicts the future. They knew Donald Trump would become president and … It turns out; they also foresaw the rise of Thunberg. Ten years ago. In the 17th chapter of the 20th season, “The Good, the Sad and the Drugly,” Lisa was appointed to write a statement on what Springfield will look similar in the year 2059.
When she found online news about soap being used for drinks alternatively of water, a world war over a small drop of oil, a parking lot yet to be filled forever, polar bear committing suicide, she was filled with fear and worry and terrified her classmates with her dark thoughts of the oceans rising from global warming, turning humanity and the valleys into a desert and darkness falling upon Nineveh. Sounds familiar?
After Greta’s speech at the United Nations, people started comparing their tone to Lisa’s presentation, and you can not blame them for that. Some even took it more, stating that Greta Thunberg is Lisa’s real-life version. And it’s not that far-fetched, too. Think about it, Lisa is a social, intelligent, outspoken girl who does not shy away from important issues, no matter how many peoples try to quiet her. She’s the most famous activist on the whole show. Kind of the same way that Greta Thunberg is currently our’s
Watch Lisa’s presentation
Here’s what people had to say about it
The supporters of Greta Thunberg and The Simpsons also created this image to fit the popular death stare Greta recently gave President Donald Trump.
Here are some different things the Simpsons predicted:
In 2000, 16 years before the release, The Simpsons had already predicted that Trump would run for president, and they managed to predict that he will succeed.
Disney Buying 20th Century Fox
Back in 1998, the authors of The Simpsons showed Homer generating the script. 20th Century Fox produced this script, but in the chapter, you can notice that there’s a sign in front of the studio’s office that says “a division of Walt Disney Co.” Disney buy 20th Century Fox for $52.4 billion 19 years later.
Nobel Prize Winner
In one of their chapters, Simpsons showed Milhouse betting on MIT professor Bengt Holmström to get the Nobel Prize. Shockingly, he did succeed after six years.
White Tiger Attack
In 1993 the Simpsons made fun of Siegfried & Roy by showing them getting hurt by their white tiger. The exact thing happened in real life Ten years later.
In 1995, Simpsons showed one of their roles wearing a hand watch that you can also use as a mobile phone. It took 20 years for the real Apple Watch to be released.
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