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Unitel, the Bolivian network that airs the popular cartoon, eventually caved and announced they would bring back its original time slot, according to the Latin Times.

Nearly 2,000 Bolivians wielded signs and voiced their outrage with chants. Some even donned costumes of Homer and the gang despite heavy rain, which didn’t hamper the protests. Local media reported that the demonstration was the first time there had ever been a mass protest by viewers who opposed a change in television programming, Central European News reports.

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