If ‘The Simpsons’ is correct, the world may one day tweet again.

Sunday’s new episode of may perhaps have dropped an additional daring prediction about the future involving , his area rockets and his possession of X (formerly Twitter), and viewers took recognize.

The long-working animated demonstrate on Fox has been earning predictions that have finished up coming genuine due to the fact the early 1990s, from the ebola virus to important network monopolies to Recreation of Thrones plot details and so considerably extra in in between.

Here’s the latest prognostication and what folks have to say about it.

Creating the prediction

Sunday marked the fourth episode of time 35 for The Simpsons identified as “Thirst Entice: A Corporate Love Story,” which was all one particular huge parody documentary about a youthful university dropout CEO named Persephone — voiced by Elizabeth Financial institutions — who personifies the “fake it until finally you make it” philosophy in Silicon Valley. She ends up charming Mr. Burns into funding her dream undertaking and the pair get married.

At just one level in the episode, he offers her “a tiny a little something exclusive for her birthday” in the form of a card.

“A Twitter present card?” she asks.

“No, I bought you Twitter, the full business!” Burns suggests. “It was a discount, the prior operator experienced to offer it following his self-driving Mars rocket crashed into the international house station.”

For good measure, that scene was instantly adopted by just one with Mr. Burns and Persephone remaining interviewed by media individuality and Billions co-creator Andrew Ross Sorkin, who implied that under the new possession, Mr. Burns had every single damaging Tweet about Persephone eradicated from the system.

Banking the prediction

Viewers reacting on social media — Musk’s X to be much more distinct, and ironic — tInternational House Stationook detect of the so-referred to as prediction and put up posts to mark the situation in situation it does certainly come about.

Musk on The Simpsons

It’s not the to start with time that Musk has been referenced on the very long-managing hit present. He supplied his voice for a 2015 episode for year 26 referred to as “The Musk Who Fell to Earth.”

He’s also lent his voice to other hit animated collection like South Park and Rick and Morty.

It is way too early to explain to if this newest Simpsons prediction will join the ever-expanding listing of items that have certainly arrive to fruition or if it will drop in with the handful of noteworthy predictions that haven’t come legitimate. But one prediction that is a pretty safe and sound wager: The Simpsons is just not accomplished producing them.

The Simpsons airs Sundays at 8 p.m. on Fox.