I know what you're thinking: you've seen this picture before in other 'Times The Simpsons Predicted The Future' pieces. Yeah, there's something which might be an iPad on the floor (it looks more like a big GameBoy, but anyway). Yeah, the Stones have been touring extensively even beyond 2010 with nary a wheelchair in sight. Yeah, we still use 9.26am as a time these days. Whatever.
What's more interesting is Hugh Parkfield's dress sense. Hugh, Lisas future-hubby in the version of 2010 which the soothsayer describes to her, is quite a hunk. Aside from his voluminous auburn centre-parting, he has a strong collection of grey slacks, and teams them with a light blue open-necked shirt and dashing navy tanktop with red piping. Hes deliciously safe.
One of the great innovations of the early 2010s was the proliferation of smart-casual middle-aged-dad attire as a conscious fashion choice. Suddenly, Larry Davids wardrobe of sensible jumpers, slightly crumpled open-necked shirts and zip-up fleeces had been colonised by irony-hungry yuppie types all over Williamsburg, Dalston and Shoreditch. Even the normally hunkadelic Leo DiCaprio got spotted wearing cargo shorts, Birkenstocks and a green and blue plaid shirt.
We can but speculate, we being (alas) not privy to the inner workings of Leos no doubt beautiful brain, but its odds on that he had assimilated the lessons which Hugh Parkfield taught to us all: namely, buy all your clothes from Gap, and assume that youre going to have to pop into someones grandmas birthday party at some point today.