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Nevertheless, the segment has often been praised as one of the best Treehouse of Horror stories in the show's history. Budke of TV Squad described the segment as "one of the most refined Simpsons pop references ever" and knows "people that consider this the point that they realized The Simpsons could be both highly hilarious and highly intelligent." Simon never expected the show to be a success, often proclaiming to fellow staff members "We're thirteen and out"—meaning that the show would be canceled after the thirteen episodes of the first season.

Simon submitted a spec script for the sitcom Taxi, which was produced, and he later became the series' showrunner.

Over the next few years, Simon wrote and produced for Cheers, It's Garry Shandling's Show and other programs, as well as writing the 1991 film The Super.

You make a product that's given away, and all it does is make people smile.

Nobody gets hurt, there's no damage, and you can get crazy rich." Simon self-funded, at an annual cost of several million dollars, The Sam Simon Foundation, which has a mobile clinic that provides free surgeries for cats and dogs, as well as rescuing and retraining shelter dogs who might otherwise be euthanized.

Simon founded the Sam Simon Foundation, which consists of a mobile veterinary clinic that goes into low-income neighborhoods offering free surgeries for cats and dogs several days per week, as well as a program that rescues and trains shelter dogs.

He also funded the self-christened Sea Shepherd Conservation Society vessel the MY Sam Simon.

The following year Simon co-created The George Carlin Show, before later working as a director on shows such as The Drew Carey Show.