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The "Holidays of Future Passed" episode (first aired 11 Dec. 2011) of long-running animated Fox comedy television series ''[http://www.imdb.com/title/tt0096697/ The Simpsons]'' is set in the future. Baby Maggie is now all grown up and a rock star, "the voice of her generation." In a later episode ("Whistler's Father," first aired 15 Oct. 2017) Maggie learns to whistle and Homer tries to make her a star.
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[[Image:Simpson_Maggie_The_Simpsons.png|right]]The "Holidays of Future Passed" episode (first aired 11 Dec. 2011) of long-running animated Fox comedy television series ''[http://www.imdb.com/title/tt0096697/ The Simpsons]'' is set in the future. Baby Maggie is now all grown up and a rock star, "the voice of her generation." In a later episode ("Whistler's Father," first aired 15 Oct. 2017) Maggie learns to whistle and Homer tries to make her a star.
  
 
Is that all of them now? Has every member of the Simpsons family been a musician/singer of some kind, in some form, in some episode? If we count "Treehouse of Horror" episodes, then I think so! Mission accomplished!
 
Is that all of them now? Has every member of the Simpsons family been a musician/singer of some kind, in some form, in some episode? If we count "Treehouse of Horror" episodes, then I think so! Mission accomplished!
  
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==See also==
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*[[Bart Simpson]]
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*[[Lisa Simpson]]
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*[[Homer Simpson]]
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Latest revision as of 09:42, 28 October 2019

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The "Holidays of Future Passed" episode (first aired 11 Dec. 2011) of long-running animated Fox comedy television series The Simpsons is set in the future. Baby Maggie is now all grown up and a rock star, "the voice of her generation." In a later episode ("Whistler's Father," first aired 15 Oct. 2017) Maggie learns to whistle and Homer tries to make her a star.

Is that all of them now? Has every member of the Simpsons family been a musician/singer of some kind, in some form, in some episode? If we count "Treehouse of Horror" episodes, then I think so! Mission accomplished!

See also