Morrissey is not a fan of Quilloughby from The Simpsons

British singer Morrissey expressed his dislike for Quilloughby’s character in the latest The Simpsons episode.

Morrissey, the British musician and former frontman of the Smiths wrote a tirade the episode “Panic on the Streets of Springfield” of The Simpsons.

“Surprising what a ‘turn for the worst’ the writing for The Simpson’s [sic] tv show has taken in recent years,” read  Morrissey’s Facebook post. “Sadly, The Simpson’s show started out creating great insight into the modern cultural experience, but has since degenerated to trying to capitalize on cheap controversy and expounding on vicious rumors.”

In this episode, he wasn’t specifically  impressed about the character Quilloughby, voiced by Benedict Cumberbatch.

“Surprising what a ‘turn for the worst’ the writing for The Simpson’s [sic] tv show has taken in recent years,” reads a post on Morrissey’s Facebook page. “Sadly, The Simpson’s show started out creating great insight into the modern cultural experience, but has since degenerated to trying to capitalize on cheap controversy and expounding on vicious rumors.

In the episode, Lisa Simpson gets an imaginary friend in the form of Quilloughby, “a depressed British singer from the 1980s.” Tim Long, who wrote “Panic on the Streets of Springfield,” told Stereogram that the character had borrowed attributes of various U.K. ’80s musicians. But he’s “definitely Morrissey-esque, with maybe a small dash of Robert Smith from the Cure, Ian Curtis from Joy Division, and a bunch of other people.”