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Watch Homer Go Down a Conspiracy Hole as ‘The Simpsons’ Season 34 Opener Pays Homage to ‘Don’t F**k With Cats’ (EXCLUSIVE)

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Michael Schneider Variety Editor at Large “The Simpsons” returns for its 34th season on Sunday with an episode loosely inspired by the Netflix docuseries “Don’t F**k with Cats.” Variety has a first look at the episode; scroll down to watch!

That series, which won an Emmy in 2020 for outstanding writing for a nonfiction program, centered on a group of amateur internet sleuths who launch a manhunt to find a suspect accused of animal cruelty — and worse.

In “The Simpsons” premiere, “Habeus Tortoise,” Homer visits the zoo and discovers that its 150-year-old tortoise has gone missing.

He then becomes part of an internet group determined to find the truth behind the animal’s disappearance. “It’s about how about internet sleuths and how people find community in internet causes and mysteries,” said “The Simpsons” executive producer Matt Selman. “Homer is feeling kind of stupid and dumb after humiliating himself.

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