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November 20, 2005
Johnny Cash on The Simpsons Not just June Carter in Jackson, but everyone is hotter than a pepper sprout right now for Johnny Cash, what with the Walk the Line biopic opening this weekend. I for one have Johnny on the brain. Which reminds me of a small crossing of the icons I'd forgotten.
Johnny Cash lent his voice to The Simpsonsepisode 3F24 "El Viaje Misterioso de Nuestro Homer" or "The Mysterious Voyage of Homer" which originally aired January 5, 1997. Homer eats some chili peppers so hot that he has hallucinatory visions like an Indian shaman/Jim Morrison thing. In his vision, he meets a talking coyote that sends him on a spiritual quest. Naturally, Johnny Cash was the voice of the spirit coyote. Here he is: