Homer-gate has legs.

Al Jean, the executive producer of The Simpsons, is sending Gov. Andrew Cuomo a care package: Season 4 of the long-running series on DVD.

The gift is coming to Cuomo after the governor, responding to a question about the show’s Sunday night roast of upstate New York, said he does not watch the show.

“It has come to our attention that you have never seen an episode of The Simpsons. Please accept with our best wishes this Season 4 DVD,” Jean wrote in a letter accompanying the box set. “You might find its ideas on monorail transportation, dental plans and local theater intriguing. Or you might just enjoy an episode when the demands of Albany prove too unyielding.”

Jean also invited the governor to a table read of the show in Los Angeles.

The Simpsons mocked the decline of upstate New York in its latest episode with a Frank Sinatra-like song, which in turn led to lobbed insults between the governor’s office and Republicans.

The fourth season of the show is generally considered by fans and critics to be one of its best.

“Nice Hank Scorpio move,” Cuomo senior advisor Rich Azzopardi tweeted in response. “Check the relevant @imdb page for a review in the near future.”

As for the table read invite Azzopardi said, “I’ll have to check, but maybe if they moved it to Rochester or Syracuse. Upstate isn’t Shelbyville, there’s nothing to fear.”