In a 1994 episode of The Simpsons, some of the characters were using an Apple-like device that didn’t quite understand what its user was trying to say. Fast forward to 2011, and we have Siri. That is just one of the many coincidences proving “The Simpsons” just might have predicted the future. Continue reading to see more.

1. 1996 – A high-tech intercom looked exactly like what would become the first-generation iPod. (Season 8, Episode 5, “Bart After Dark”)

2. 1991 – Homer dreamed of the Land of Chocolate during a meeting. (Season 3, Episode 11, “Burns Verkaufen der Kraftwerk”)

3. 1992 – Herb Powell built a baby translator. (Season 3, Episode 24, “Brother, Can You Spare Two Dimes?”)

4. 1995 – Lisa’s “future” college librarian was a robot. (Season 6, Episode 19, “Lisa’s Wedding”)

5. 1998 – Springfield kids were stoked about a yard work simulator. (Season 9, Episode 12, “Bart Carny”)

6. 1991 – Ringo took decades to respond to his fans. (Season 2, Episode 18, “Brush With Greatness”)

7. 1998 – Professor Fink made hamburger earmuffs. (Season 10, Episode 2, “The Wizard of Evergreen Terrace”)

8. 1995 – An entire lemon tree was stolen. (Season 6, Episode 24, “Lemon of Troy”)

9. 1999 – Radiation spawned mutant tomatoes. (Season 11, Episode 5, “E-I-E-I-D’oh!”)

10. 2008 – Homer’s voting machine changed his vote. (Season 20, Episode 4, “Treehouse of Horror XIX”)

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