After a rogue squirrel scurried onto the course and got in the way of a competitor during the parallel giant slalom, Simpsons writer Josh Weinstein light-heartedly pointed out a scene from the show.
Simpsons predicted it pic.twitter.com/pSMb4FVP3p
— Josh Weinstein (@Joshstrangehill) February 24, 2018
Squirrel runs onto the course in the parallel giant slalom while the athletes are in full flight. #pyeongchang2018
It’s alive. Just. pic.twitter.com/ggPMgFz14G
— Aimee Lewis (@aimee_lou_lewis) February 24, 2018
— Yongwon Lee (@Ingyowon411) February 24, 2018
Simpson’s predictions, is there anything they can’t do?????
— Kirt (@BarbieQuinn5) February 25, 2018
These are getting frighteningly obscure https://t.co/khepDVa3qG
— Adam Saich (@Adamsaich_) February 24, 2018
In another example of the show's ability to anticipate real-life events, The Simpsons predicted in 2010 that Homer's team would win gold to Sweden's silver in curling, proving once again that Matt Groening is a Time Traveller.
— Twitter Moments (@TwitterMoments) February 24, 2018
— Sam Walker OBXðŸŽ™ðŸ“»ðŸ“° (@SamWalkerOBX) February 25, 2018
No one could have predicted that the US would win curling gold, right? Actually, the Simpsons did in a February 14, 2010 episode. They beat Sweden, who the US happened to beat to win gold today (H/T @dansnierson) pic.twitter.com/0gkhycQ3xF
— Darren Rovell (@darrenrovell) February 25, 2018
This is getting ridiculous. The Simpsons are undefeated on predictions. https://t.co/pGHc437pno
— James (@JamesLUFC) February 25, 2018