|"Bart's Not Dead"|
|The Simpsons episode|
|Directed by||Bob Anderson|
|Written by||Stephanie Gillis|
|Original air date||September 30, 2018|
|Couch gag||A futuristic floating TV is seen showing a clip of "Simpsons Roasting on an Open Fire". Suddenly, a green alien hand turns the TV off with a remote. We then cut to green alien versions of the family sitting on a futuristic floating couch in a futurized version of the living room. The alien Homer then begins to ask the others about the real Homer's voice.|
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Bart takes part in a dare which ends with him in the hospital. In order to cover up for himself and Homer, Bart makes a claim that he met Jesus in Heaven. When Christian producers want to offer him a movie deal, Bart starts to feel guilt about his deception.
"Bart's Not Dead" scored a 1.4 rating with a 5 share and was watched by 3.24 million people, making it Fox's highest rated show of the night.
Dennis Perkins of The A.V. Club gave the episode a B−, stating "'Bart’s Not Dead', (credited to Stephanie Gillis) aims for a more character-driven return. Sure, Bart, Homer, and Flanders wind up making a Christian-themed movie that winds up making $100 million, but the heart of the episode is, well, heart.”
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