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Showrunner The Simpsons: Michael Jackson used episode of himself to young boys to lure
Celebrities Michael Jackson called himself always a big fan of The Simpsons and lent his voice for the first episode of season 3 in 1991. That episode will be the creators of Leaving Neverland - the docu surrounding the alleged child abuse by the pop star - never more to send. Showrunner Al Jean now suspects even perverse motives for Michael Jackson for his cooperation at that time: the lure of children to abuse.

Al Jean is already in the beginning in 1989 as a writer involved in the popular animated series The Simpsons , and since the thirteenth season, he is today the showrunner - a modern term for tv producer. That function Already had Jean for the first time, along with his pal Mike Reiss, in the third season the early 90's. The two also co-authored the first episode, ‘Stark Raving Dad’, which Michael Jackson, the voice of the character Leon Kompowsky encourage. Homer met Kompowsky - a large, white man himself, Michael Jackson west end - in a psychiatric setting. Jackson also claimed that Kompowsky together with Bart Simpson a song that would make. That was the verjaardagssong for Lisa Simpson, the text after the documentary today, according to The Daily Beast rather nasty to the touch. Bart wished his sister “her first kiss with a boy”.

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