Great Job, Internet!: This Georgian Simpsons ripoff is really weird

As most of you probably already know, The Simpsons has been a global hit for over 25 years. The show was first translated into other languages in 1990, when it was dubbed into Spanish and Swedish, with Italian and Quebecois French versions following shortly after. Since then, it’s been translated more than a dozen times, and been a huge hit pretty much everywhere it’s been broadcast.

But in Georgia, apparently, they have to be different. In Georgia, rather than just dub the American version of the show, they went ahead and made their own version of The Simpsons. The Samsonadzes—which creator Shalva Ramishvili has taken great pains to explain is not a rip-off of The Simpsons—features a yellow skinned cartoon family lead by a dopey, chubby dad and an mom with a huge beehive hairdo living in Tbilisi. The show does differ from The Simpsons …

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