Jon Fetterman mocks Doctor Oz in parody of ‘The Simpsons’; Disney did not authorize the use of the characters

D’oh. The Senate race has gone unfettered in Pennsylvania all of Springfield, and Disney He may not be very happy about it.

The electoral battle between the Republican Dr. Mohamed Oz and the Democrat John Fetterman For the vacant senior chamber seat at Keystone State, he’s been as high and down the belt as any midterm contestant in recent years. and now, The Simpsons Dr. Nick Rivera joined the fray, sort of.

In a satirical spot released today, the Fetterman campaign brought together an old TV host Dr. Oz With the ongoing oil-snake charlatan from the satirical cartoon created by Matt Groening. “Before there was Dr. Oz, there was Dr. Nick,” Fetterman tweeted Monday. And the text above the ad went on to say, “They say The Simpsons always predicted the future – and again, they nailed it.”

Related: Donald Trump sues CNN for $475 million over ‘Big Lie’ references

The results are surprisingly similar and not pretty – as you can see here:

Disney did not respond to a deadline request for comment on the new announcement and the use of the company’s valuable IP address. However, the use of The SimpsonsInsiders tell us that the characters, footage, and music are not authorized by the House of Mouse. Such a move would usually result in a message from Disney pressing the pause button on the ad. Whether this happens here remains to be seen.

Neither the Fetterman campaign nor the Senate Democratic Campaign Committee responded to a request for comment. If they or The Walt Disney Company come back to us, we’ll update this post.

almost 80 seconds of dr. Oz / d. Nick mashup follows an article on Washington Post Earlier today I examined Donald Trump’s endorsed candidate’s history of questionable product claims, treatments and endorsements.

Related:” ‘Doc of Hollywood’: In a twist, Democrats attack Senate candidate, Mehmet Oz, over his ties to showbiz

“On his platform, Dr. Oz welcomes open and honest conversations and opinions from all kinds of people,” Oz campaign spokeswoman Brittany Yannick told Jeff Bezos’s petition for an article on Monday. Yannick added in response to an often-repeated criticism of the Republican contender throughout the 2009-21 season of his co-production, which he co-produced. opera Winfrey.

So far, Fetterman has exclusively won the media battles of the war for the Senate seat in the Palestinian Authority. Even as Fetterman took a break from the campaign due to having a stroke, Dr. Oz made ready slips for quick social media responses from Fetterman and his campaign.

Fetterman and many others have phishing Oz is merciless for being a long-time resident of New Jersey – and homes in many other states – with dual US-Turkish citizenship, born in Ohio, but not owning a home in Pennsylvania.

Related: Dr. Oz Hunts in the Pennsylvania Senate Race By Stephen Van Zandt: “Come to Jersey!”

when oz try his hand Upon taking over a popular entertainment franchise, he jokes about Fetterman’s health-related time away from campaigning with LostPoster styled, co-creator of the show Damon Lindelof He retweeted Oz’s tweet with the caption: “He’s had a stroke, Doctor. And Al Jazeera is healing him as we speak. If you actually watched LostYou know not to manipulate the bald man.”

The last time Oz sought to attack was His “scandalous” advertisementwhich, in a state that prides itself on being Yuengling’s hometown, had become a source of derision among locals even before Fettermann returned to respond.

As voting day approaches on November 8, Fetterman maintains a slight lead over Oz in a bid to take the seat from retired Senator Pat Tommy (R-PA). In an all-out campaign for Democrats to hold onto or even increase the Senate majority, Pennsylvania may prove to be the backbone. Or, in the words of Dr. Nick of Hank Azaria, “Instead of making sandwiches with bread, use Pop-Tarts.”

Related: Democrats slam Dr. Oz as ‘Hollywood’s celebrity doctor’ in new spot under ‘The Wizard’

Leave a Comment