Fox is back on speaking terms with the cast of The Simpsons. The network has resolved a salary dispute with six of the show's voice actors that threatened to erase the hit cartoon's 16th season. Although terms of the new four-year pact were not disclosed, according to reports, Dan Castellaneta (Homer), Hank Azaria (Moe, Apu), Harry Shearer (Mr. Burns), Yeardley Smith (Lisa), Julie Kavner (Marge) and Nancy Cartwright (Bart) will now pocket $5.5 million for working a couple days a year in their sweats. That's up from the $2.8-million annual paycheck each of them had been collecting.