The episode has been a fan favorite as a result of it debuted, giving the world an earworm inside the kind of a birthday tune Jackson sings to the Lisa Simpson character.
“The guys I work with — where we spend our lives arguing over jokes — were of one mind on this,” Brooks talked about.
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Jackson, who died in 2009, was accused in 1993 of sexually molesting a boy and charged with seven counts of child molestation for allegations related to a special boy in 2003.
Jackson settled out of courtroom docket with the 1993 accuser and was acquitted throughout the 2003 case.
He maintained his innocence whereas he was alive.
Jackson’s family has denied the allegations and condemned the documentary, calling it a “public lynching” and Jackson’s accusers “admitted liars,” in reference to sworn statements made by every Safechuck and Robson whereas Jackson was alive that he did not molest them.
The family moreover talked about of their assertion that “Michael was subjected to a thorough investigation which included a surprise raid of Neverland and other properties as well as a jury trial where Michael was found to be COMPLETELY INNOCENT.”
Brooks talked about the “Simpsons” producers are taking steps to remove the episode from all platforms along with on television, streaming corporations and Blu-ray/DVD discipline items.
“This was a treasured episode,” Brooks talked about. “There are a lot of great memories we have wrapped up in that one, and this certainly doesn’t allow them to remain.”
“I’m against book burning of any kind,” he added. “But this is our book, and we’re allowed to take out a chapter.”