This episode which lampoons Chinese language censorship, is totally lacking from Disney+ in China. With jokes like calling Mao Zedong “just a little angel that killed 50 million individuals,” it’s straightforward to see why a communist dictatorship may keep away from this one.
“Stark Raving Dad”
When Homer is dedicated to a psychological establishment he meets Leon Kompowski, who believes he's Michael Jackson. Paradoxically, the character is voiced by the king of pop himself. Sadly, because of all of the controversy that finally surrounded the singer, the episode was pulled from circulation and may’t be discovered on Disney+.
Simply goes to indicate, in the event you dangle sufficient infants off of balconies, you too could possibly be a voice on The Simpsons.
“The Metropolis of New York vs. Homer Simpson”
This episode was banned after the 9/11 assaults as a result of prominence of the twin towers within the episode. The episode was finally introduced again into circulation, however with the tower scenes reduce, and nixing the road “They stick all of the jerks in tower one.”
“Blame it on Lisa”
Season 13’s “Blame it on Lisa” was pulled from air in Brazil as a result of episode's unfavorable depiction of Rio De Janeiro. Homer is held for ransom, criminals run the decrepit streets and rats roam free all through the episode. The episode now runs within the nation after a heavy dose of censorship (for the higher), to color town in a extra optimistic mild.
“Day of the Jackanapes”
Sky One didn’t present this episode on air from 2002 to 2004 because of a scene the place Bart makes an attempt a suicide bombing with a view to kill Krusty the Clown.
First rule of comedy writing: Strive to not write about suicide bombings.
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