I caught a rerun of The Simpsons last night, in particular the “Behind the Laughter” documentery episode. I swear that at one point in the episode while the narator is talking he said “…for this northern Kentucky family.”
What is that all about? Did I just hallucinate that part? I’ve seen this episode before and don’t remember that at all.
And what about the whole running gag of keeping the location of Springfield a mystery? I’ve seen various things before that kind of hint at the location, most of them contradictory. This is the first time I can ever remember hearing them name an actual state.
Or did they say the name of a different state in different parts of the country? That would be cool.
OK, enough rambling, my actual question is did they say 'northern Kentucky" on the show last night or did I dream it?