'The Simpsons' In Brazil John Ydstie talks with NPR's Martin Kaste about an episode of the animated TV family The Simpsons that has Brazilian officials talking about a lawsuit. In the episode -- which has only aired in the United States -- Homer, Bart and family head to Brazil. There, they encounter rampant crime, mean monkeys, and Spanish (not even Portuguese!) accents.
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'The Simpsons' In Brazil

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'The Simpsons' In Brazil

'The Simpsons' In Brazil

'The Simpsons' In Brazil

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John Ydstie talks with NPR's Martin Kaste about an episode of the animated TV family The Simpsons that has Brazilian officials talking about a lawsuit. In the episode — which has only aired in the United States — Homer, Bart and family head to Brazil. There, they encounter rampant crime, mean monkeys, and Spanish (not even Portuguese!) accents.