Homer Simpson Finally Settles the New York V. Chicago Pizza Debate

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Homer Simpson took questions live this week on a special episode of ‘The Simpsons’ and dished on his pizza preferences
He may have a favorite, but we imagine the famous yellow cartoon wouldn’t say no to any pizza.

Homer Simpson

He may have a favorite, but we imagine the famous yellow cartoon wouldn’t say no to any pizza.

Homer Simpson — one of the world’s most popular (and influential) cartoon characters — answered fan questions live from Springfield on a special episode of The Simpsons called “Simprovised” this past Sunday. To prove he was actually there and not off-camera slugging Bart, he made a wisecrack about Drake’s appearance on SNL the night before.

Weirdly enough, the beer-guzzling, doughnut-chomping animated character answered only one question about food and it was about pizza.

The big question is, does Homer prefer New York or Chicago deep dish pizza?

"I prefer Chicago deep dish because I like Italian better than Chinese," Simpson said, in true “d’oh!” head-scratching fashion.

Unsurprisingly, Dan Castellaneta, who voices Homer, is a native Chicagoan, and the fan who called in the question knew this fact.

Homer also revealed his hangover tips and cures, as well as who he’s voting for for president (I’m voting for Bernie Sanders. I love his chicken).

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