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Disenchantment

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Disenchantment is an animated TV series created by Matt Groening, which satirizes fantasy. On the air since 2018, it stars Princess Bean, her elf sidekick Elfo and Bean's personal demon Luci.

References to Disenchantment in The Simpsons[edit]

Picture Season Episode number Episode name Reference
Luci.png 30 643 "Treehouse of Horror XXIX" When Lisa was hallucinating, she hallucinated Luci sitting on a wall smoking.
I'm Dancing as Fat as I Can Disenchantment.png 652 "I'm Dancing as Fat as I Can" A picture of Homer and Marge with "Disenchantment" written under it is seen on Netflix.
Bean, Luci and Elfo.png 654 "101 Mitigations" Comic Book Guy had a statue of Princess Bean, Elfo and Luci.

References to The Simpsons in Disenchantment[edit]

Picture Season Episode number Episode name Reference
Disenchantment Lisa wig.png Part 1 2 "For Whom the Pig Oinks" In the Royal Wigsmith, a wig that resembles Lisa Simpson's hairstyle is seen on the shelves.
Disenchantment Elfo Hell.png Part 2 12 "Stairway to Hell" When Elfo goes to Hell, he goes through a series of torture machines similar to what happened to Homer in "Treehouse of Horror IV".
Disenchantment Marge doll.png 15 "Our Bodies, Our Elves" Wade Brody Jr. tosses Bean a doll that resembles Marge Simpson.
Disenchantment Gunderson Airships.png 19 "The Electric Princess" Princess Bean passes by a billboard for "Gunderson's Airships", a reference to Gil Gunderson.

Common cast and crew[edit]

Cast[edit]

Picture Name Role in Disenchantment Role on The Simpsons
John DiMaggio.jpg John DiMaggio Regular voice actor for the series. Voices King Zøg among other characters. Voice of Bender in the season 16 episode "Future-Drama", the season 26 crossover episode "Simpsorama" and The Simpsons Game.
David Herman.jpg David Herman Regular voice actor for the series. Voiced Scruffy in the season 26 crossover episode "Simpsorama".
Maurice LaMarche.jpg Maurice LaMarche Regular voice actor for the series. Voices Odal among other characters. Has voiced many different characters in many episodes.
Phil LaMarr.jpg Phil LaMarr Voiced God in "Stairway to Heaven" and a character in "The Electric Princess". Voiced Hermes Conrad in the season 26 crossover episode "Simpsorama" and voiced the auctioneer and male party guest in the season 28 episode "The Great Phatsby: Part One".
Tress MacNeille.jpg Tress MacNeille Regular voice actress for the series. Voices Queen Oona and Prince Derek among other characters. Regular voice actress for the show, voicing many characters.
Lauren Tom.jpg Lauren Tom Voiced multiple characters in multiple episodes. Voiced Amy Wong in the season 26 crossover episode "Simpsorama".
Billy West.jpg Billy West Regular voice actor for the series. Voiced Zoidberg in The Simpsons Game and voiced Philip J. Fry, Zoidberg, and Professor Farnsworth in season 26 crossover episode "Simpsorama".

Crew[edit]

Picture Name Role in Disenchantment Role on The Simpsons
Wes Archer Director for multiple episodes. Director and storyboard artist from season 1 - season 7.
Peter Avanzino.jpg Peter Avanzino Director for the show. Storyboard artist over multiple episodes.
Chris Bolden Background & prop designer for the show. Background layout artist, background designer and color designer from season 9 - season 21.
Ken Bruce Animation timer for the show. Animator and layout artist for season 1.
J. Stewart Burns.jpg J. Stewart Burns Consultant for the show. Current producer and writer, starting from season 14.
Rufino Camacho Storyboard artist for the show. Character layout artist for season 17 - season 18.
Acacia Caputo.jpg Acacia Caputo Lip assignment for the show. Animation timer from season 29 - present.
David X. Cohen.jpg David X. Cohen Producer and writer. Producer and writer from season 5 to season 10.
Chad E. Cooper Background and prop designer for the show. Current background designer and background layout artist starting from season 29.
Mark Ervin Storyboard artist for the show. Director, layout artist, animator, storyboard artist and assistant director from season 2 - season 24.
Dante Fabiero.png Dante Fabiero Storyboard artist for the show. Character layout artist from season 18 - season 21.
Bryan Francis Assistant director for the Part 2 episode "The Electric Princess". Character layout artist from season 15 to season 17 and assistant sequence director for The Simpsons Movie.
Matt Groening.jpg Matt Groening Creator and executive producer. Creator and executive producer.
Reid Harrison Supervising producer and writer for the show. Writer and story editor for season 8, season 8 and season 19.
Samantha Harrison Color design supervisor for the show. Color designer and color design supervisor from season 2 - season 3.
Lee Harting Track reader for the show. Editor, assistant editor and track reader for many episodes, mainly between season 2 - season 12.
Peter Hixson Animation timer for the show. Animation timer from season 15 - season 18.
Eric Horsted.jpg Eric Horsted Co-executive producer and writer. Wrote the season 27 episode "Orange Is the New Yellow".
David Marshall Digital camera operator and compositor for the show. Technical director for the Rick and Morty couch gag from the season 26 episode "Mathlete's Feat".
Tom Mazzocco Animation timer for the show. Animation timer over many seasons.
Juan Meza-León Assistant director. Director of the Rick and Morty couch gag from the season 26 episode "Mathlete's Feat".
Jennifer Moeller Storyboard artist and director for the show. Director, character layout artist and assistant director from season 15 - present.
Jeanette Moreno Storyboard revisionist for the show. Character layout artist for season 15 - season 16.
Mark Mothersbaugh.jpg Mark Mothersbaugh Music composer. Composed the song "Whip It" from the season 8 episode "The Simpsons Spin-Off Showcase" and composed for "Around the World in 80 Bites" in The Simpsons Game.
Raymie Muzquiz Main title designer for Part 1. Storyboard artist for season 2 - season 4.
Jeff Myers Storyboard retake artist for the show. Background layout artist, main title animator and storyboard artist for many episodes.
Shannon O'Connor Character designer for the show. Character layout artist and character designer from season 15 - season 18 and season 22 - season 30.
BillOakley.jpg Bill Oakley Co-executive producer and writer. Writer and producer from season 3 - season 10.
Swinton O. Scott III Animation timer for the show. Director, layout artist and assistant director from season 1 - season 10.
Brian Sheesley.jpg Brian Sheesley Retake director for the show. Animation timer from season 7 - season 9.
Ira Sherak Director and storyboard artist. Storyboard artist from season 15 - season 25.
Aimee Steinberger.png Aimee Steinberger Storyboard artist for the show. Character layout artist from season 16 - season 17.
Janice Tolentino Storyboard revisionist for the show. Character layout artist for the season 15 episode "Simple Simpson".
Gregg Vanzo Animation executive producer for the show. Director, layout artist and animator from season 1 - season 5.
Patric Verrone.jpg Patric Verrone Co-executive producer and writer. Co-producer in season 6, wrote the season 17 episode "Milhouse of Sand and Fog" and wrote for Bongo Comics.
Josh Weinstein.jpg Josh Weinstein Executive producer, developer and writer. Producer and writer from season 3 - season 10.

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