Are The Simpsons psychic?

They predicted Trump would run for president & now it seems The Simpsons not only pre-empted Johnny Depp and Amber Heard's "foreign species invasion" but also the apology they were forced to issue.

By OLIVIA FINE
April 18, 2016 14:19

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After bringing their tiny Yorkshire terrier dogs, Pistol and Boo, to Australia without declaring them, actors Johnny Depp and his wife Amber Heard avoided conviction by issuing an official apology to the people of Australia. 


 

What was produced can be said to be entirely bizarre. Looking as if a gun is being held to their heads, the two apologized and stressed the importance of biodiversity in Australia.
 


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