1. Morrissey on ‘Simpsons’ Mockery: ‘In a World Obsessed With Hate Laws, There are None That Protect Me’  Rolling Stone
  2. Morrissey blasts 'The Simpsons' for 'harshly hateful' and 'hypocritical' parody  Yahoo Entertainment
  3. Whatever Morrissey says, the new episode of ‘The Simpsons’ could rehabilitate The Smiths’ image  NME.com
  4. Morrissey's manager attacks 'hurtful and racist' Simpsons parody  BBC News
  5. The Simpsons' Satirical Portrayal of Morrissey Upset His Manager  Screen Rant
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After Morrissey's manager criticized 'The Simpsons'' mockery of the singer as "insulting," the musician weighed in with a lengthy statement.After Morrissey's manager criticized 'The Simpsons'' mockery of the singer as "insulting," the musician weighed in with a lengthy statement.

Morrissey Responds to 'Simpsons' Mockery - Rolling Stone

When the unflattering episode aired Sunday, Moz was none too pleased, according to a furious statement on Facebook.When the unflattering episode aired Sunday, Moz was none too pleased, according to a furious statement on Facebook.

Morrissey blasts 'The Simpsons' for 'harshly hateful' and 'hypocritical' parody

The show has taken "a turn for the worst" says Morrissey's manager after an episode poked fun at him.The show has taken "a turn for the worst" says Morrissey's manager after an episode poked fun at him.

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Singer and manager each post critical statements, with Morrissey complaining: ‘In a world obsessed with hate laws, there are none that protect me’<br>Singer and manager each post critical statements, with Morrissey complaining: ‘In a world obsessed with hate laws, there are none that protect me’

Morrissey hits back at The Simpsons over parody: ‘Complete ignorance’ | Morrissey | The Guardian

During Sunday's Panic On The Streets Of Springfield, Lisa Simpson was seen making an imaginary friend in the form of depressed singer and vegetarian Quilloughby of indie band The Snuffs.During Sunday's Panic On The Streets Of Springfield, Lisa Simpson was seen making an imaginary friend in the form of depressed singer and vegetarian Quilloughby of indie band The Snuffs.

Morrissey brands The Simpsons 'hurtful and racist' after he's parodied on hit show | Daily Mail Online

The episode, "Panic on the Streets of Springfield," included a racist, meat eating artist that was depicted as Morrissey.The episode, "Panic on the Streets of Springfield," included a racist, meat eating artist that was depicted as Morrissey.

'The Simpsons': Morrissey's manager responds to recent episode

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With the Springfield-set show and a new movie dedicated to the '80s legends, it's time to refocus on a real national treasureWith the Springfield-set show and a new movie dedicated to the '80s legends, it's time to refocus on a real national treasure

The new episode of 'The Simpsons' could rehabilitate The Smiths' image

The Simpsons has angered the manager of musical icon Morrissey after its most recent episode, Panic On the Streets of Springfield, parodied the star.Morrissey's manager cries foul.

The Simpsons' Satirical Portrayal of Morrissey Upset His Manager

Morrissey issued a harsh rebuke of “The Simpsons” after he was unflatteringly parodied on the latest episode.Morrissey issued a harsh rebuke of “The Simpsons” after he was unflatteringly parodied on the latest episode.

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Lisa learns good taste is a curse as The Simpsons face the music in “Panic on the Streets of Springfield.”Lisa learns good taste is a curse as The Simpsons face the music in “Panic on the Streets of Springfield.”

The Simpsons Season 32 Episode 19 Review: Panic on the Streets of Springfield | Den of Geek

Morrissey has gone from being the darling of the outcasts and the oddballs during his time with The Smiths to a UKIP-supporting, far-right figure.Morrissey's shift from patron saint of outcasts to reprehensible figure might seem shocking - but his decline was entirely predictable.

How Morrissey Ruined Morrissey: A Timeline of His Downfall

Sunday night's episode of The Simpsons saw Marvel star Benedict Cumberbatch lend his voice to Quilloughby, a depressed post-punk 1980s musician who becomes Lisa Simpsons' imaginary friend in the episode 'Panic on the Streets of Springfield'. The character, a pretty clear parody of former Smiths [...]Sunday night's episode of The Simpsons saw Marvel star Benedict Cumberbatch lend his voice to [...]

Morrissey Lashes Out at The Simpsons for Hateful Parody

Lisa Simpson is known for being the intelligent one in the Simpsons family, but she was originally completely different. Here's what happened.Thankfully, that plan changed.

The Simpsons' Original Lisa Plan Would've Been Much Worse

Morrissey's manager, Peter Katsis, recently launched a scathing attack upon popular sitcom The Simpsons after their latest episode titled "Panic On The Streets of Springfield seemingly portrayed the s

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Morrissey's manager claims it was a 'harshly hateful tactic' to depict a Morrissey-like singer with a beer belly.Morrissey’s manager claims it was a ‘harshly hateful tactic’ to depict a Morrissey-like singer with a beer belly.

The Simpsons -- Morrissey Objects to His Portrayal on the Simpsons | National Review

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This week's episode of The Simpsons saw an episode that delivered a parody of the Smiths whose former frontman or his people were none too pleased and |This week's episode of The Simpsons episode that delivered a parody of the Smiths whose former frontman was none too pleased  This week's episode of The Simpsons saw an episode that delivered a parody of the Smiths whose former frontman or his people were none too pleased and |This week's episode of The Simpsons episode that delivered a parody of the Smiths whose former frontman was none too pleased  

Morrissey or his people not happy about The Simpsons portrayal of him | Louder Than War

You are Young, Broke, and Beautiful.Formerly likable pop singer Morrissey is fuming over The Simpsons parody of him in Sunday's episode.

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The singer Morrissey – or at least his manager, Peter Katsis – was livid Monday after a Sunday Simpsons episode pilloried The Smiths former frontman.The singer Morrissey – or at least his manager, Peter Katsis – was livid Monday after a Sunday Simpsons episode pilloried The Smiths former frontman.

Morrissey not amused at 'Simpsons' portrayal - New York Daily News

Morrissey, the controversial frontman of The Smiths, has slammed The Simpsons for portraying him as an overweight, meat-eating racist.Morrissey, the controversial frontman of The Smiths, has slammed The Simpsons for portraying him as an overweight, meat-eating racist.

Morrissey slams The Simpsons for portraying him as an overweight racist

As previously promised, The Simpsons used their platform to poke fun at Morrissey last night, hiring Benedict Cumberbatch to voice the chara...As previously promised, The Simpsons used their platform to poke fun at Morrissey last night, hiring Benedict Cumberbatch to voice the chara...

Morrissey Is Pissed After 'The Simpsons' Portrayed Him as a Racist Meat-Eater

The Simpsons' version of Morrissey is far from a charming man.The Simpsons' version of Morrissey is far from a charming man.

Morrissey Slams The Simpsons for Mocking Him as a Bitter Old Racist - Paste

“In a world obsessed with Hate Laws, there are none that protect me.““In a world obsessed with Hate Laws, there are none that protect me.“

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The manager for Morrissey, former lead singer of the Smiths, isn't happy about a Simpsons episode featuring Quilloughby, the former lead singer of the Snuffs who initially...'Quilloughby' depicted as a racist meat-eater

Morrissey Manager Slams 'Hateful' Simpsons Parody

Morrissey, the lead singer of cult band The Smiths, is currently engaged in a wild feud with the long-running TV show 'The Simpsons'.In the immortal words of 'Alien Vs. Predator', whoever wins, we lose.

'The Simpsons' And Morrissey Are Engaged In 2021's Saddest Feud

Cumberbatch voices Quilloughby, a depressed British crooner from the 1980s who becomes Lisa Simpson’s imaginary friendCumberbatch voices Quilloughby, a depressed British crooner from the 1980s who becomes Lisa Simpson’s imaginary friend

Benedict Cumberbatch Plays Morrissey-Inspired Character on The Simpsons, Angers Morrissey | Pitchfork

Benedict Cumberbatch Plays Morrissey-Inspired Character on The Simpsons, Angers Morrissey | Pitchfork

Morrissey's manager slammed "The Simpsons" for its "harshly hateful" parody of him during an episode featuring a character styled on the Smiths singer.Morrissey's manager slammed "The Simpsons" for its "harshly hateful" parody of him during an episode featuring a character styled on the Smiths singer.

Morrissey's Manager Slams 'The Simpsons' for 'Harshly Hateful' Parody - Variety

Morrissey's manager slammed "The Simpsons" for its "harshly hateful" parody of him during an episode featuring a character styled on the Smiths singer.

Morrissey’s Manager Slams ‘The Simpsons’ for ‘Harshly Hateful’ Parody – Variety

Last night on The Simpsons, Lisa made an imaginary friend named Quilloughby, "a depressed British singer from the 1980s" who wrote songs like "How Late is Then" and "What Difference Do I Make?" for his band The Snuffs. The show went on to mock Morrissey's asinine anti-immigrant stance of recent years. The Moz responded with…Last night on The Simpsons, Lisa made an imaginary friend named Quilloughby, “a depressed British singer from the 1980s” who wrote songs like “How Late is Then” and “W…

Morrissey is mad about how The Simpsons parodied him | Boing Boing

On Sunday night, 'The Simpsons' aired an episode that was inspired by The Smiths. Shortly after the episode aired, Morrissey voiced his grievances with the showOn Sunday night, 'The Simpsons' aired an episode that was inspired by The Smiths. Shortly after the episode aired, Morrissey voiced his grievances with the show

Morrissey Is Angry About 'Simpsons' Portrayal | SPIN

Lisa Simpson meets up with a familiar-looking 1980s singer who's developed some strong political opinions.Lisa Simpson meets up with a familiar-looking 1980s singer who's developed some strong political opinions.

Morrissey's manager slams Simpsons parody of singer as 'harshly hateful' - CNET

The latest episode of 'The Simpsons' struck a chord with Morrissey, whose manager Peter Katsis chewed out the long-running animation show.The latest episode of 'The Simpsons' struck a chord with Morrissey, whose manager Peter Katsis chewed out the long-running animation show.

Morrissey’s Manager Puts ‘The Simpsons’ On Blast For Spoofing Singer – Deadline

Benedict Cumberbatch voiced the character inspired by Morrissey and Flight of the Conchords' Bret McKenzie provided the music. | iHeartRadioBenedict Cumberbatch voiced the character inspired by Morrissey and Flight of the Conchords' Bret McKenzie provided the music. | iHeartRadio

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Morrissey’s manager Peter Katsis addressed The Simpsons’ recent episode about a Morrissey-like character by accusing the show writers of using “harshly hateful tactics” to depict The Smiths’ frontman. The episode aired last night, April 18, titled “Panic On the Streets of Springfield” in reference to The Smiths’ songMorrissey’s manager Peter Katsis addressed The Simpsons’ recent episode about a Morrissey-like character by accusing the show writers of using “harshly hateful tactics” to depict The Smiths’ frontman. The episode aired last night, April 18, titled “Panic On the Streets of Springfield” in reference to The Smiths’ song

Morrissey Manager Criticizes The Simpsons Smiths-Themed Episode, Watch Benedict Cumberbatch and Lisa Sing "Everyone Is Horrid Except Me (And Possibly You)" - mxdwn Music

This weekend The Simpsons aired a new episode called “Panic On The Streets Of Springfield” that was inspired by Morrissey. Morrissey is not happy with how he was depicted on the show.

Morrissey Slams 'The Simpsons' For Depicting Him As An Overweight Racist

Singer Morrissey was less than impressed with the latest episode of The Simpsons, which animated his former band The Smiths.

Morrissey lashes out at 'The Simpsons' bosses for 'racist' portrayal | Toronto Sun

Morrissey lashes out at 'The Simpsons' bosses for 'racist' portrayal | Toronto Sun

A post on Morrissey's official Facebook account by his agent calls the singer's depiction on the most recent episode of The Simpsons "hurtful" and "racist" for depicting him with a cartoon belly and eating meat.A post on Morrissey's official Facebook account by his agent calls the singer's depiction on the most recent episode of The Simpsons "hurtful" and "racist" for depicting him with a cartoon belly and eating meat.

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The singer reminds us he is human and needs to be loved, very questionable political views aside.Hey, he's human and needs to be loved (very questionable political views aside).

Morrissey Seems Really Offended by "The Simpsons" Parody - InsideHook

Morrissey's team was not pleased with Sunday's "Simpsons" episode, which it says portrayed the English rocker as a washed-up, xenophobic caricature.Morrissey's team was not pleased with Sunday's "Simpsons" episode, which it says portrayed the English rocker as a washed-up, xenophobic caricature.

Morrissey slams 'Simpsons' for 'hurtful and racist' parody - Los Angeles Times

Reps for the legendary 80s alt rocker have ripped "The Simpsons" this week, after the singer was unflatteringly mocked on the cartoon TV classic's latest episode.Reps for the legendary 80s alt rocker have ripped "The Simpsons" this week, after the singer was unflatteringly mocked on the cartoon TV classic's latest episode.

Morrissey's management rips 'The Simpsons' for his portrayal

Morrissey was angered by a parody on 'The Simpson's last night, which showed a character named Quilloughby that was very similar to the '80s singer and his band, The Smiths.Morrissey is no fan of The Simpsons' Quilloughby.

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Morrissey attacks ‘hurtful, racist’ The Simpsons Morrissey is sad after The Simpsons shows Lisa Simpson befriending unhappy British indie singer, Quilloughby

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Morrissey's manager wrote a searing diatribe against 'The Simpsons' for a recent parody he called 'harshly hateful.'Morrissey's manager wrote a searing diatribe against 'The Simpsons' for a recent parody he called 'harshly hateful.'

Morrissey's manager bashes The Simpsons for Quilloughby parody | EW.com

The former Smiths singer Morrissey is mad at The Simpsons for depicting him as a greedy, bloated, racist character named Quilloughby in the episode Panic On The Streets Of Springfield.The former Smiths singer is mad at the cartoon for depicting him as a greedy, bloated, racist.

Morrissey Responds to The Simpsons Episode Depicting Quilloughby As a Racist

The Smiths alumnus Morrissey was utterly unamused by The Simpsons' recent parody of him -- calling out the animated show for their "harshly hateful tactics."The Smiths alumnus Morrissey was utterly unamused by The Simpsons' recent parody of him -- calling out the animated show for their "harshly hateful tactics."

Morrissey Rips The Simpsons, Quilloughby

Morrissey​'s manager has hit out at The Simpsons, claiming the show's parody of him is "racist".

Bret​ McKenzie: Kiwi comedian faces Morrissey's wrath after The Simpsons' parody

Morrissey has issued a personal statement after he was parodied on the latest episode of The Simpsons as a meat-eating xenophobe who had seemingly betrayed everything he stood for in The Smiths.Morrissey has issued a personal statement after he was parodied on the latest episode of The Simpsons as a meat-eating xenophobe who had seemingly betrayed everything he stood for in The Smiths.

"Hello hell . . . " Moz issues statement on Simpsons