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  • Daenerys Lays Waste To All Of King's Landing In The Penultimate Episode Of 'Game of Thrones' on Random Simpsons Jokes That Actually Came True

    (#4) Daenerys Lays Waste To All Of King's Landing In The Penultimate Episode Of 'Game of Thrones'

    The Joke: In an episode from 2017 called "The Serfsons," the Simpsons find themselves in Springfieldia, an alternate fantasy universe that is demolished when a fire-breathing dragon wreaks havoc.

    What Actually Happened: In the penultimate episode of Game of Thrones, Daenerys Targaryen surprises everyone by burning King's Landing in a move against Queen Cersei. Though Dany's attack on Cersei is somewhat expected, her actions take out countless innocent commoners, which goes against her history of benevolence toward innocent people. 

  • Scotchtoberfest on Random Simpsons Jokes That Actually Came True

    (#18) Scotchtoberfest

    The Joke: In the season 6 episode "Bart's Girlfriend," Principal Skinner attempts to trick Bart into causing trouble by hosting a "Scotchtoberfest" where he expects the teen to cave and prank the groundskeeper. 

    What Actually Happened: Several years after the 1994 episode aired for the first time, Des Minos, Iowa, hosted an actual Scotchtober fest, a holiday that is not common in America. 

  • Homer Predicts The Mass Of A Particle 14 Years Before It Is Discovered on Random Simpsons Jokes That Actually Came True

    (#5) Homer Predicts The Mass Of A Particle 14 Years Before It Is Discovered

    The Joke: In the episode "The Wizard of Evergreen Terrace," which aired in 1998, Homer takes his turn as an inventor and works out an equation to calculate the mass of a new particle. 

    What Actually Happened: Theoretical and particle physicist Simon Singh told The Independent that the equation Homer works out in "The Wizard of Evergreen Terrace" nearly equals the actual mass of an elementary particle called the Higgs boson, discovered over a decade later. 

  • (#22) It Tastes Like Grandma!!

    The Joke: Inspired by a Zorro movie, Homer begins slapping people with a glove and challenging them to duels.

    When a real Southern gentleman accepts Homer's request for a duel, the Simpsons run off to the old farm Homer lived on with his parents and breed a dangerously addictive but successful tobacco/tomato hybrid called "tomacco."

    What Actually Happened: Homer’s "tomacco" plant became a reality when Rob Baur, a senior operations analyst at an Oregon sewage treatment plant, created it in his house.

    He grafted together a tobacco root with a tomato plant to create a real-life tomacco, without even enlisting the aid of radioactive material. To date, no nearby farm animals have gone berserk and articulated their tomacco desire through speech yet. YET.

  • (#6) Canada Legalizes Marijuana

    13 years before Canada actually legalized marijuana, Ned Flanders and Homer take a trip to Canada when prescription drugs get too expensive in Springfield in the "Midnight Rx" episode (2005). While on their trip, Ned is offered a puff of some "reeferino" by his Canadian doppelgänger—to which Ned responds, "They warned me Satan would be attractive. Let’s go!"

  • There Is A Global Pandemic And Killer Bees on Random Simpsons Jokes That Actually Came True

    (#2) There Is A Global Pandemic And Killer Bees

    The Simpsons' Season 4 episode "Marge in Chains" from 1993 apparently foreshadows the events of 2020 with the spread of a new flu virus. When a worker in Osaka, Japan, sneezes into a package that ships to Springfield, the entire town is subsequently threatened by what they call the "Osaka Flu," mirroring the spread of the coronavirus around the world. 

    What's more, scientists in 2020 claim to have spotted Asian giant hornets in Washington state - a species that threatens life with its poisonous stingers. In the same Simpsons episode, residents knock over a truck they believe to be carrying a cure, but instead crack open a box labeled "Killer Bees." 

    Episode writer Bill Oakley told The Hollywood Reporter, "I don't like it being used for nefarious purposes. The idea that anyone misappropriates it to make coronavirus seem like an Asian plot is terrible. In terms of trying to place blame on Asia - I think that is gross." 

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The Simpsons is an animated sitcom produced by Fox, which is still very popular today. This cartoon series made a humorous mockery of American culture, society, and many fields. The surprising thing is that some absurd plots in the Simpsons became reality many years later, which are considered prophecies. Since its debut on the screen in 1989, it has been aired for 30 seasons.

The cartoon has already made many successful predictions, including the 9·11, the Ebola outbreak, smartphones, and even Donald Trump becomes president. The random tool explained 29 amazing Simpsons jokes that came true in real life.

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