Sounds like an obvious scam to me *insert pic of cynical Superintendent Chalmers*
But seriously, good luck to anyone who attempts to take a swing at that herculean task. I can imagine it getting pretty hard when going into the modern HD seasons, but I am sure some might pull it off in the end.
I tossed my hat in the ring as a lark. My profession is analysis and I've been contributing to online discourse for the show for close to three decades. As I'm already thoroughly familiar with the franchise, I'd have no problem with keying in on whatever predictive criteria they're looking to glean from each and every piece of content the Simpsons has churned out - from the series to the movie to the comics to the various games, shorts and supporting material they've released - and parse it out to them in a clean and digestible way.
Would also be a fun excuse to revisit the series as a whole for a rewatch and get paid while doing so.
The problem with something like this is, there's going to be a lot of confirmation bias. Case in point: how 9/11 is "predicted" in "The City of New York vs. Homer Simpson." Nostradames's "prophecies" have a similar problem; there was one that "predicted" the Apollo 13 mishap until it was "corrected" to being about the Challenger explosion.