The Simpsons return tonight with a Game of Thrones-themed episode, and it seems the long-running series will adopt at least one of its classic gags for the Westerosi crowd.
A new clip released from tonight’s 29th season premiere of The Simpsons, titled “The
Given the setting, the prank is adapted to replace the telephone with the favored means of communication in Westeros, a raven. Moe unfurl’s the bird’s message to find that its an urgent missive for “M’lady Gwendolyn Parts.” And so Moe begin shouting for “M’lady Part” and asking if anyone has seen his “Lady Parts.” The gag culminates with Moe asking if someone could grab “M’Lady Parts,” to which Barney quips that it depends on the size of his dowry.
Of course, Moe has to reply angrily and sends a threatening message by raven in return, at which Bart and his friend Milhouse, apparently one of the Children of the Forest in this episode, only laugh.
The Simpsons season premiere episode “The