A widely-anticipated Canadian-themed episode of The Simpsons titled "D'Oh Canada" aired last night at 8:00 PM. But not all viewers of The Simpsons Canada episode believed that the show's tongue-in-cheek humour was something to laugh about. The episode, a homage to all things Canada, is the show's 660th episode, as The Simpsons marches through its 30th season.\nThe premise of "D'Oh Canada" focused on Lisa after she is erroneously granted political asylum in Canada while the Simpson family takes a trip to Niagara Falls. As Marge attempts to rescue Lisa, the family is compelled to confront the temptation to move to Canada.\nThe episode's Simpsons Wiki page explains, "On a family vacation to Niagara Falls, Lisa is mistakenly granted political asylum in Canada. When Marge goes to rescue Lisa, they are forced to re-evaluate their love for America as they navigate the polite Canadian landscape."\nWhen you've died and gone to Canada. 😇 #TheSimpsons pic.twitter.com/r3EgFeD1KD— The Simpsons (@TheSimpsons) April 29, 2019\nThe episode is fueled with political satire, taking shots at Prime Minister Justin Trudeau with references to the SNC-Lavalin scandal. The Ottawa Senators also became the butt of the joke when Lisa is was shown recovering in a Canadian hospital with an RCMP officer in uniform at her bedside.\nHe informs Lisa that during her stay in Canada, she would be "assigned her own hockey team." Lisa crossed her fingers and prayed "please not Ottawa" as the Mountie adorns her with a Sens cap. In the 2018-2019 season, the Senators finished last in the NHL with a 29-47-6 record.\nHere's the clip:\nSimpsons throwing shade at the @OttawaSenators pic.twitter.com/nC4l9Bp8WC— Stephanie Ferreira (@LeafsgirlSteph) April 29, 2019\nThe jabs likely didn't come as a surprise to Canadian fans. After all, one of the show's Canadian consultants, Manitoba-born producer Tim Long, grew up in Exeter, Ontario. However, a scene about Canada's most easterly province, Newfoundland and Labrador, has some critical viewers shaking their heads.\nIn one scene, Lisa Simpson says near a group of Canadians holding curling brooms, "I'm sure you treat all people equally." Someone replies, "Except the Québécois. And the Newfies. Stupid Newfies." From there, Ralph Wiggum exclaims, "I'm a Newfie!" as he clubs the head off of a stuffed baby seal.\nThe Simpsons bringin the savage #simpsons #canada #newfies pic.twitter.com/HhLUX3vI7D— Cloud2Ground Photos (@cloudtoground) April 29, 2019\nYeah, residents of Newfoundland and Labrador didn't really take the bait on that one. Drew Brown, Editor of The NL Independent, an online provincial news platform, commented to CBC News that the scene was "the lowest possible hanging fruit."\n"They probably went and Googled, 'Newfoundland joke,' right? Seal hunt is probably — it's probably the only thing people familiar with the island from international media would know."\nAlthough Brown tolerated the joke, he acknowledged, "They had to make a tradeoff probably, between a joke that actually said something intelligent and cutting, and a joke that people would recognize as a joke, so I guess that's probably what they went with," he said.\nBrown isn't the only one who expressed criticism:\nExtremely offended by the #Simpsons episode tonight. Showing "Stupid Newfies" clubbing a stuffed seal and stereotypes of what people think we are like. Horrible. I watched your show for years. NOT ANYMORE! @FOXTV @TheSimpsons— GruntSlayer Gaming (@GruntSlayer87) April 29, 2019\nCould have done without the "stupid newfie" remark followed by Ralph Wiggum claiming to be a newfie & clubbing a seal. Remember when @TheEllenShow said newfies were stupid? Your writers are behind on the times.— Neimads Attic (@NeimadsAttic) April 29, 2019\nI think regardless of the term Newfie the "stupid" was offensive and mean spirted not even remotely funny. Clubbing the baby seal? seriously. The Simpson's humour is often very clever this was just crude.— David MacRury (@macrurdn) April 29, 2019\nI said to my husband as we sat down to enjoy the comedy about Trudeau “why do we never watch the Simpson’s anymore”? At the end of the show my husband said “ya we won’t be watching Simpson’s again anytime soon”. As a Canadian I think the show was a fail— Joann (@stevjo9) April 29, 2019\nThe term "Newfie" is considered to be a derogatory label in Newfoundland and Labrador. Seal hunting is a sensitive subject for the province, as outsiders have long opposed the practice.