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Don't get too excited about 'The Simpsons' predicting 'Game of Thrones' Episode 5

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Warning: Contains spoilers for Game of Thrones Season 8, episode five.


The Simpsons has, undeniably, predicted a whole bunch of real-world eventsWhen it comes to politics in particular, America's favourite animated family seems to have a habit of hitting the nail on the head.


But not all predictions are as impressive as they first seem.


SEE ALSO: These 2 old 'Game of Thrones' visions basically predicted Episode 5


Back in 2016, a tweet claiming that The Simpsons predicted Trump's presidency went viral — but the date on one of the images was later shown to be wrong, while another had been taken totally out of context. Read more...

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