I don’t think there were any. This reminds me of a legend that spread on alt.tv.simpsons shortly after Behind the Laughter aired (which featured a scene in which a narrator referred to the Simpsons as “a northern Kentucky family,” which was intentionally changed to “a southern Missouri family” the second time the episode aired) that claimed there was a credit for a fictional Weernot F. Romky (We’re not from KY). This turned out to be false.
I seem to remember this, too. It wasn’t so much flashed over the end of the episode as it was the last screen of the closing credits. It looked like a big paragraph, anyway, although as someone said, it was probably the copywrite notice./QUOTE]
Actually fourth-to-last (credits for Gracie Films VP Denise Sirkot, Matt Groening, and James L. Brooks follow). Since I love to do dumb things (like type useless stuff out), here, for the first time, is the “secret message:”
The persons in this film are ficticious. Any similarity to actual persons or events is unintentional.
THE SIMPSONS EPISODE #[production code]
TWENTIETH CENTURY FOX FILM CORPORATION
Twentieth Century Fox Film Corporation is the author of this motion picture for purposes of copyright and other laws.
This motion picture is protected under the laws of the United States and other countries. Unauthorized duplication, distribution, or exibition may result in civil liability and criminal prosecution.
The Simpsons and the Simpsons characters TM Twentieth Century Fox Film Corporation
(logo) I.A.T.S.E. [first season only] N.A.B.