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Marketplace

‘The Simpsons’ and ‘Marketplace’ are the same age

Kai Ryssdal Nov 6, 2014
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You might have heard of a little show called “The Simpsons.”

Like Marketplace, the show turns 25 this year. Let’s do the numbers: “The Simpsons” premiered on December 17, 1989. It’s still going strong at 557 episodes and Hank Azaria has voiced at least 100 characters like Moe the bartender, Chief Wiggum, and Apu.

Listen to the full conversation with Azaria, from our stage show “How I Learned to Stop Worrying and Love the Numbers,” in the audio player above.

Marketplace’s road show wraps up in Los Angeles Saturday, November 8.

If you’re a member of your local public radio station, we thank you — because your support helps those stations keep programs like Marketplace on the air.  But for Marketplace to continue to grow, we need additional investment from those who care most about what we do: superfans like you.

Your donation — as little as $5 — helps us create more content that matters to you and your community, and to reach more people where they are – whether that’s radio, podcasts or online.

When you contribute directly to Marketplace, you become a partner in that mission: someone who understands that when we all get smarter, everybody wins.