Nostradamus hasn’t got anything on America’s favorite animated family.
Warning: Spoilers ahead for Season 8, Episode 5, “The Bells.”
In a fantasy-themed special titled “The Serfsons,” Marge, Homer, Bart and Lisa, all dressed in period garb, look out upon their town from within the walls of a fortress.
“Look,” says Bart, pointing at a red dragon blowing flames from the sky, “the dragon is burning our village.”
“I love our life,” Homer says.
Of course, the Twitterverse was the first to flash back to this bit of prescient genius.
“The Simpsons predict the future yet again,” tweeted @WurstPunditEver alongside a screenshot of the moment.
The moment is undeniably close to the fiery destruction of King’s Landing and Red Keep in the most recent episode of HBO’s hit series. (Note: The “Game of Thrones” series finale airs Sunday at 9 p.m.)
This is far from the first time the FOX series has been accused of foreseeing everything from elections to national tragedies. The show, now in its 30th season, also is credited with predicting an Olympic gold moment and, in a more chilling instance, the 9/11 bombings.
Most recently, the show made headlines for taking a dig at upstate New York and starting a feud with Gov. Andrew Cuomo.
This article originally appeared on the New York Post.