“The Simpsons,” which hasn’t been relevant since the end of the last century, may finally be nearing the end.

The reason is a negotiating impasse between the studio and the six principal actors who voice the beloved characters on the animated series that hilariously satirizes middle-class Midwestern angst.

I’m rooting for greed. There’s no debating “The Simpsons” was, in its prime, the greatest TV show ever. It went downhill fast once writer and producer Ian Maxtone-Graham’s influence grew — more on him here.