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Google-Disney CEO

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Google-Disney CEO
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Character Information
Male ♂
Hair: Grey
Occupation: CEO of Google-Disney
First Appearance: "Krusty the Clown"
Voiced by: Peter Serafinowicz

The Google-Disney CEO is the CEO of Google-Disney.


After Homer quit his job as a TV recapper at Culture Smash, he was picked up in a limo and taken to Google-Disney where he met the CEO. The CEO tried to get him to rethink his decision to quit as Homer was one of America's top TV recappers. Homer told him that he couldn't keep up with all the shows, and the CEO told Homer that there were over five hundred shows on network cable. When Homer asked why there were so many shows as people couldn't watch them all, the CEO told Homer that he didn't care if people watched, he just wanted people to subscribe for $30 a month. This way, they didn't have to make the shows, people just had to think they could watch them. And people wouldn't watch the shows if Homer gave them a B- score. The CEO then told Homer that the USA Network hadn't existed for twenty years.

Homer told the CEO that his plan was insane and that he had faith in television and he wouldn't let the CEO get away with his plan. He had recapped everything the CEO had said and was planning on telling the whole world his plan before leaving the office. Homer then came back in to ask if he could have some of the leftover birthday cake in the break room, but the CEO gave him a bad look so he didn't take any.

Homer got the story published in the Daily Fourth Gradian but Billy replaced it with a story about cooking scrambled eggs.