Administrators in New Haven found nothing funny about a substitute teacher’s decision to show the Simpson’s Movie to elementary school children. Officials have fired 30-year-old Aquil Abdul-Salaam for showing an alleged bootleg copy of the film. School officials say they did warn Abdul-Salaam that the PG-13 rated film was not age appropriate for children. Officials said Abdul-Salaam admitted showing the movie to students at Beecher School between mid-September and Oct. 4. Beecher includes grades kindergarten through seventh grade. The movie is rated as inappropriate for children under 13 and contains mild profanity, cartoon nudity and adult humor.