WATCH: Mr. Burns Endorses Mitt Romney to Promote ‘The Simpsons’

Mr. Burns Endorses Romney | Season 24 | THE SIMPSONSAn election eve appeal from Montgomery Burns. Mr. Burns puts Shamus the dog to the test of choosing between Barack Obama and Mitt Romney. Subscribe now for more The Simpsons clips: http://fox.tv/SubscribeAnimationonFOX Watch more videos from The Simpsons: https://fox.tv/TheSimpsonsSeason31 Catch full episodes now: https://foxapp.onelink.me/LHqp/TheSimpsonsYT See more of The Simpsons on our official site: http://fox.tv/TheSimpsons Like The Simpsons on Facebook: http://fox.tv/Simpsons_FB Follow Homer on Twitter: http://fox.tv/Homer_Twitter Follow The Simpsons on Twitter: http://fox.tv/TheSimpsonsTW Like Animation Domination on Facebook: http://fox.tv/AnimationDomination_FB Check out Animation Domination's Official Site: http://fox.tv/AnimationDomination Like FOX on Facebook: http://fox.tv/FOXTV_FB Follow FOX on Twitter: http://fox.tv/FOXTV_Twitter Recently nominated for a 2018 Emmy Award for Outstanding Animated Program, THE SIMPSONS exploded into a cultural phenomenon in 1990 and has remained one of the most groundbreaking and innovative global entertainment franchises. HOMER (Dan Castellaneta), MARGE (Julie Kavner), BART (Nancy Cartwright), LISA (Yeardley Smith) and MAGGIE are instantly identifiable around the world. The Emmy Award-, Annie Award- and Peabody Award-winning animated comedy will celebrate its 30th season this year. Mr. Burns Endorses Romney | Season 24 | THE SIMPSONS http://www.youtube.com/user/ANIMATIONonFOX #TheSimpsons2012-11-01T19:02:18.000Z

Mr. Burns, the wealthy and power-hungry villain from “The Simpsons” officially weighed in on who he is voting for next week in the election–and who he wants you to vote for too. His hilarious endorsement for Governor Mitt Romney involves an appearance from Smithers (of course) and an abused dog named Shamus, who is confronted with the choice of “Broccoli Obama” and “Meat Romney.” Needless to say, the trembling dog turns in the other direction and goes running.

The skit promotes the 24th season of “The Simpsons,” which airs this Sunday, just two days before election day.