When British street artist Banksy took control of The Simpsons' opening credits, the result was less-than-silly. Banksy took inspiration from reports that the cartoon allegedly outsources some of its animation to companies in South Korea. In a decidedly dark turn, the Simpson family couch is transported to a factory where workers are exploited and kittens are thrown into wood chippers to make merchandise we all know and love. This marked the first time an artist had been invited to contribute to the storyboard, and reportedly sparked much internal debate at FOX.
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