Smithers appears on the cover of a magazine with her boyfriend

Waylon Smithers and his boyfriend Michael De Graaf from The simpsons made the cover of Attitude magazine.

Smithers, who previously appeared on the show in the 2016 episode “Tom Collins,” had a gay romance last year in the episode “Portrait Of A Lackey On Fire.”

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In the episode, Smithers falls in love with Graaf, a famous fashion designer character voiced by Victor Garber (Argo, Revenge of a Blonde).

The fictional couple have since been celebrated in the March/April issue of Attitudewith a cover inspired by the Disney classic The Lady and the Tramp.

The issue also features a “world’s first interview” with Smithers about “life as a gay man in a small town”.

When asked when he first realized he was gay, Smithers replied: “Well, I remember watching A tram called Désir and being incredibly attracted to the on-screen hunk who had such powerful and raw sexual energy – Karl Malden, who plays Stanley’s friend. Since then, I have a poster of him in my room.

Speaking about last year’s episode, co-writer Johnny LaZebnik, who inspired Smithers’ original coming-out episode, said: punch.

“And what I think I was really excited about, with this episode, we get to see – without spoiling too much – the beginning, middle and who knows how it ends of a gay relationship, really getting into the thick of it about how gay dates, how they meet, what it’s like.

A fan of The simpsons recently created a point-and-click adventure game based on the Steamed Hams scene, inspired by classic LucasArts adventure games like monkey island.

Amanda P. Whitten