NEW YORK – To celebrate The Simpsons' 300th episode next year, Bart Simpson is going to try to divorce his parents.
The show, now in its 14th season will hit the landmark episode next February.
Bart finds out that Homer has squandered the small fortune that Bart made by appearing in a commercial for a product called Baby-Stink-Breath when he was just two-years-old, says Simpsons executive producer, Al Jean.
An enraged Bart goes to court to cut ties to his family, citing irreconcilable differences.
Details of the future episode came out Monday night at a rare gathering of all six of the shows' main actors -- Dan Castellaneta, Julie Kavner, Nancy Cartwright, Yeardley Smith, Hank Azaria and Harry Shearer -- during a taping of Bravo's Inside the Actor's Studio.
It is the first time Kavner, who does the voice of Marge Simpson, has appeared in a group interview with the rest of the cast.
The Bravo show, in which actors discuss their careers and offer acting tips to drama students, is slated to air the same night as the 300th Simpsons episode.
The taping, which ran for about four hours, was moderated by Actor's Studio host James Lipton, who interviewed the cast extensively as actors and then later in character.
Among the revelations:
* Krusty the Clown claims his success comes from stealing most of former Rat Packer member Joey Bishop's act.
* Marge Simpson claims she has several G-Spots and that Homer is "a big, fat, loud love-machine."
* Smithers keeps a screen-saver featuring several naked pictures of his boss Monte Burns. "I'd characterize my lifestyle as subdued flamboyance," he said.
* "Life is like a donut," says Homer, "round on the outside and empty on the inside."
Lipton was so thorough in his zeal to include as many of the show's characters as possible on his show, that when Kavner tried to run to the bathroom he ordered her to sit back down and channel the voices of Marge Simpson's sisters, Patty and Selma.
Afterwards, Kavner didn't return to the stage.