So in my country, the station that airs The Simpsons has on occasion, aired episodes with "questionable" content under the guise of being for adults only. Of course me, not being an adult at the time, have not seen much of these, but out of curiosity, are there much episodes like this? Adults/Kids is a song performed by a group of kids and a group of adults to conclude the episode "Wild Barts Can't Be Broken". It is a parody of the song "Kids" from the Broadway musical Bye, Bye, Birdie!, but unlike the other showtune parodies The Simpsons have done, this song actually uses the.
I'm pretty darned sure I remember that "adults only" advertising for Natural Born Kissers waaaay back when, and they showed it at 9pm. I don't remember any other episodes being advertised as . Episodes of The Simpsons have won dozens of awards, including 31 Emmy Awards (with ten for Outstanding Animated Program), 30 Annie Awards, and a Peabody Award. The Simpsons Movie, a feature-length film, was released in theaters worldwide on July 26 and 27, 2007 and grossed US$526.2 million worldwide.
The Simpsons Guy (a Family Guy episode), which aired immediately after "Clown in the Dumps", was assigned production number BACX22/BACX23 and technically counts as a component of the 25th production season of The Simpsons and the 13th broadcast season of Family Guy. It does not, however, count towards the series' official episode count.