The parade of stars stopping by The Simpsons office to do guest voice stints on the long-running show doesn’t show any signs of stopping. This past week, ew.com revealed that former SNL comic and Bridesmaids star Kirstin Wiig will portray an FBI agent who helps Lisa investigate Homer’s strangely polite behavior after visiting a nuclear power plant convention. The episode is called “Homerland” and will air this fall. Wiig has done another guest stunt for a Season 22 episode of the show in which she played a substitute music teacher.
Meanwhile, CNN news anchor Anderson Cooper also recorded a cameo voice for the new season of the show last week. According to TVLine.com, Cooper will play himself in an episode set in the year 2043. He will moderate a presidential debate between Lisa and a conservative Republican rival, who also used to be her friend in second grade.
According to the website, Aaron Sorkin and Stan Lee will also guest voice in the upcoming season of The Simpsons.