The Simpsons enlisted Triplets of Belleville director Sylvain Chomet for their latest couch gag, which skewers the French as much as it does the long-running comedy.
A fuse blows in the Simpsons household, and when the power is restored, the family is transformed into the style of the French animator and features Homer eating snails, Bart brutally making his own foie gras and Marge looking for a missing Maggie (you'll never guess where she is).
Legos are enjoying a big resurgence thanks to the booming box office for The Lego Movie, and The Simpsons are jumping on board.
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