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QUIZ: Meet the Simpsons

How much do you know about this iconic television family?

The Simpson family first appeared on television 33 years ago, on April 19, 1987, in a series of short animations on The Tracey Ullman Show.

The animated sitcom has been on the air since December, 1989 and has become a part of popular culture.

How much do you know about the Simpson family, and about other people or places named Simpson?

Take this test and find out.


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