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Jesus Christ is the son of God.
When Ned Flanders said he was going to be the nicest man the world had ever seen, he looked at a photo of Jesus hanging on the wall and said "I said 'man', not 'man-God'." Jesus featured in the comic book Easy to Believe Tales which Comic Book Guy sold to Bart, claiming that Bart smudged it. God told Homer that his son went down to Earth once, and said, "I don't know what you people did to him, but he's never been the same." God then pointed to Jesus, who was sitting on a slightly spinning swing with a look of grief on his face. He seemed traumatized and depressed. After Mrs. Glick died, she was seen dancing in Heaven with Jesus.
Ned Flanders showed a picture of Jesus to Homer and his parents to tell them that Jesus is watching them. When Bart tried to sleep he heard that Ned told his kids that Jesus loves all the children of the world. Rod and Todd then asked Ned if it's true that Jesus even loves Bart Simpson, and if so, doesn't Jesus have to draw the line somewhere?
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|Today is December 8.|
On this day...
- 1916: Kirk Douglas, actor and guest star, was born.
- 1949: Tom Kite, golfer and guest star, was born.
- 1960: Jeff "Swampy" Marsh, layout artist and background designer, was born.
- 1968: Brian Bell, musician and guest star, was born.
- 1970: Kara DioGuardi, singer and guest star, was born.
- 1972: Tré Cool, drummer and guest star, was born.
- 1975: Matt Orefice, producer, was born.
- 2001: "The Blunder Years" aired for the first time.
- 2004: The Best of The Simpsons #16 was released in the UK.
- 2005: Michael Botts, drummer, died.
- 2010: The Best of The Simpsons #63 was released in the UK.
- 2012: "The Day the Earth Stood Cool" aired for the first time.
- 2018: "'Tis the 30th Season" aired for the first time.