Te Deseo Lo Mejor
| Te Deseo Lo Mejor|
(I Wish You the Best)
| Special Information
Te Deseo Lo Mejor is a special The Simpsons short. It was released on YouTube on December 24, 2021. It is a music video for the song "Te Deseo Lo Mejor" by Bad Bunny.
The family is waiting for Homer, very late, to start dinner, when he enters the house. Marge complains about the dinner being cold and him not alerting them of it. He says he wasn't on the phone, before grabbing it and hitting likes on it. Marge asks him what he's liking and he answers other families' dinners, and she warns him that one day he'll look up from the phone and he'll see they're gone.
He keeps doing it, while Marge hangs her head in defeat, till the phone dies while he's on the couch, watching Bad Bunny sing "Te Deseo Lo Mejor". Homer gets up from the couch, as Bad Bunny starts singing as a ghost next to him, and goes around the house, seeing Marge left leaving messages for him, saying she took the beer, left the bed empty, then at work he finds the donuts and lunch boxes empty, with Marge saying he can prepare lunch for himself.
He starts eating the message before heading to Moe's for a beer, seeing Bad Bunny singing at the Love Tester. After going out, he starts going back seeing the Hibbert family, a dog family and a couple's graves at the cemetery. Right after, he sees Marge's hair behind a wall, but its Raphael selling cotton candy. Next, he exits from the bush to find Patty and Selma that shake their heads at him.
He then goes to the Kwik-E-Kart, where thanks to Nelson passing behind him, he spills the Squishee on the pavement, forming Marge's hair with it. At the Jebediah Springfield statue, Springfielders and Bunny collect money for him and he uses them to eat dinner alone. He then sees that at the Aztec Theater Bunny is on concert that night.
The public grabs him and takes him forward till he is sitting next to Marge, he tries to apologize and ask her to do it for the kids, who are right there next to her, and he pulls out the phone to do a selfie, with them frowning at him. Bunny grabs both and get them on the stage, where he pulls out flower from under the shirt and invites him to ask for forgiveness. She agrees in the end after he gets his phone out and gives it to Bunny to crush it under his foot. Back at home, they stay together on the couch and Bunny returns in the television. In the end they kiss while on TV Bunny winks before switching the TV off.
The short is in Latin American Spanish and has the Latin American dub voice actors Humberto Vélez and Claudia Motta voicing Homer and Marge respectively. The short was also directed by David Silverman. It was written by Joel H. Cohen, Ryan Koh, Christine Nangle, and Al Jean.