Oops! It is anything but a decent time to be an occupant of Springfield, particularly in case you’re an individual from the Simpson family. To open up this evening’s new scene “The Girl on the Bus,” a subtle clip of Marvel Cinematic Universe villain Thanos dusting the family was labelled to the start of the episode.

In the wake of amassing five of the six stones, Thanos utilizes Maggie’s pacifier to complete the Infinity Gauntlet, which is then used to dust away four of the fives Simpsons.

Both Homer and Marge have cleaned away notwithstanding the two oldest children, Lisa and Bart. When whatever is left of her family is dusted away, Maggie creeps up onto the lounge chair and thuds a squat right next to the Mad Titan.

It’s not the first run through the longest-running sitcom in America has utilized Marvel characters in the show, however, it could be a standout amongst the most seen popular culture references associating The Simpsons with the Marvel Cinematic Universe.

The Simpsons is presently airing its record-breaking 30th season on Fox and the show is completely expected to be recharged once the current season wraps up.

Despite the fact that he’s showed up in MCU appearances earlier, Avengers: Infinity War was, all things considered, a film including Thanos, and the character is required to have a considerably greater job in April’s Avengers: Endgame.

As per Joe and Anthony Russo — the directors behind Infinity War and Endgame — Thanos will be a much different character now that he’s finished his objective.

“These are characters and a story moving forward where Infinity War happened,” Anthony Russo said. “The entire universe experienced the same fate, and has been brought together by this experience.”

“He’s succeeded in the thing he has set out to do,” Joe Russo said of Thanos’ current state in the MCU. “He’s done. He did it. He’s retired.”

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