At the Simpsons Springfield grand opening ceremony on May 12 at Universal Studios Hollywood, fog played a minor role in setting up the spectacular nuclear meltdown experienced at the tail end of the presentation (approximately 7:20 in the timeline). As seen in this YouTube video published by Inside the Magic, the master of ceremonies assures the audience that what they are hearing is “perfectly normal.”
Easy for him to say! Electrical sparks fly, sirens blare, and characters in little yellow hazmat suits contain the radiation with handheld suppression devices. But everything turns out just fine as confetti and cheers erupt to a background theme song we all hold dear to our hearts.
Personally, I am partial to the fog.
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