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The Simpsons Go Greek for One Episode [Video]

the simpsonsAt the moment, the Simpsons is the longest-running American sitcom, as well as the longest-running animated program on American television. For its 584th episode, the tenth episode of the show’s 27th season, the characters got in touch with their Greek side by dancing syrtaki.
The Simpsons first premiered on December 17, 1989 and since then it has won a special place in the heart of millions of Americans. Homer Simpson and his family — the most recognizable fictional family in the history of television — in an episode that aired on January 3, uncovered a truth about themselves.
It turns out that apart from his Greek name, Homer also has a Greek history. Specifically, when he lost his job at the nuclear plant, he decided to go back to the job he had when he was 14, working in the kitchen of a Greek restaurant.
In fact, he loves this job so much that he starts dancing syrtaki with his boss and colleagues.
For the record, by the end of the episode, entitled “The Girl Code,” Homer finds a way to return to his regular job. However, the people will never forget his passion since the snapshot of him dancing syrtaki has already been shared more than 17,000 times.

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