A sign in his office reads "HIS JUDGEMENT COMETH AND THAT RIGHT SOON", which is a reference to Warden Norton from The Shawshank Redemption. We're the Moe Szyslak Experience featuring Homer. In "Worst Episode Ever" Sam is shot in the back by Moe, for trying to pay in Sacagawea dollars. In the episode "I Don't Wanna Know Why the Caged Bird Sings" Jasper mentions he is a diabetic (which would explain why he has a wooden leg, as seen in part two of the "Who Shot Mr. Burns" two-parter, though past episodes, such as "Boy Scoutz 'n the Hood", "A Streetcar Named Marge", and "The PTA Disbands" all show that Jasper's legs are real). Booberella first appears in the episode "I'm Spelling as Fast as I Can", in which Bart and Homer watch her show. Tougher on Dorks". In following appearances however, they still occasionally appear among the children of Springfield. He is seen pulling out a pair of revolvers and firing them into the air while yelling "Yee Haw!" He is usually portrayed wearing a white sleeveless shirt and blue jeans. The Winfields are an elderly couple who live next door to the Simpson family early in the series and often complain about how crude and uncivilized the Simpsons are. while reading it. In the Yes Guy's first appearance, Homer asks why his voice is always stretched, and the Yes Guy replies by saying "I had a stro-o-o-oke". Commentary for ", Groening, Matt (2001). "Just Stamp the Ticket" Man (voiced by Hank Azaria[140]) appeared in a number of earlier episodes, but was never named. Passionate about something niche? Bart, however, hates them; he mainly refers to them as either "those stupid elves" "The Crappy Little Elves", or "The Little Green Idiots". MOE His girl moved to California. He is a member of the Springfield band, and is often seen with a French horn. He is a stockbroker in Springfield and was shown bringing his son to work on "Go To Work With Your Parents Day", where Martin made over $1 million trading soy futures (and subsequently lost all but $600). No one, except for Lisa, attends Murphy's funeral. Mary Bailey would later appear briefly in the episode "Bart vs. Lisa vs. the Third Grade" when Bart and Lisa's class visit Capital City. Later in the episode, after Bart frees his cow, Lou, from the slaughterhouse, he brings him to Mary's home, where he discovers that she is Cletus' daughter. Before he died of diphtheria, he wrote his confession on a scrap of canvas that he hid in a fife. He reappears again in "Homer's Barbershop Quartet", at the Springfield Swap Meet, he derides Marge's "cool" wishbone necklaces, stating he doubted his "son or daughter is that stupid". Plow", he tells Barney Gumble (who is handing out flyers dressed as Lullabuy$'s Big Baby) that he "sickens" him. Allison has had a few speaking roles after that and has been friends with Lisa, Janey, Sherri and Terri at school. his biological parents from Germany asked Skinner where their missing son was, and in "24 Minutes" he is seen stuck in a cobweb in the school air vents. [2] According to legend, Jebediah Springfield and his partner Shelbyville Manhattan led a band that left Maryland in search of "New Sodom" due to a misinterpretation of the Bible, but they parted ways over political differences: though both men are devoted to chastity and abstinence, Manhattan wanted to let people be free to marry their cousins if they wish, which Springfield strongly opposed. Homer often made statements insinuating his attraction to Maude. What she said was, she's tired of having rabies. Homer names his new squad as “Spring-shield.” Due to Homer’s much more competent policing duties, Mayor Quimby officially hires Springshield as the town’s new police force. [110][111] His tombstone can also be seen in the new opening sequence for the show (during the flash through the town from Marge and Maggie in the car to the front of the Simpsons' house, Ralph Wiggum can be seen playing in the dirt in front of the tombstone). He later appeared in the episode "The Front" at Homer and Marge's high school reunion and teaches night classes to ease the pain of his wife's recent death. In the episode, Chalmers is challenged by Principal Skinner to get Bart interested in learning, and finds it in the form of teaching him about Theodore Roosevelt. She also appears in "Brawl in the Family", "Barting Over", "The Wandering Juvie", "Brake My Wife, Please" and "Chief of Hearts". Hyman Krustofsky was the father of Krusty the Clown who first appeared in the third season episode "Like Father, Like Clown". In "Guess Who's Coming to Criticize Dinner?" He also occasionally appears to serve as a prosecutor. He hires Lenny and Carl as his right hand men. His first appearance was in "Life on the Fast Lane". In "Hello Gutter, Hello Fadder", Homer goes bowling but tells Marge that Lenny was hospitalized; when Marge informs the kids, they respond the same way she did and shout, "Not Lenny!". In this episode her voice sounds the same as Lunchlady Doris, rather than her soft, Southern voice she had when she was first introduced. The Capital City Goofball (voiced by Tom Poston) is the mascot for Capital City. Carl was voiced by Cedric the Entertainerand Frank was voiced by Stephen Root. Steve Mobbs, voiced by Hank Azaria, was the founder of Mapple. Rod then got a pint-sized version of Radioactive Man's powers and became Fallout Boy. Janey first appeared in "Moaning Lisa" and is Lisa's closest friend. Lenny's full name has not been treated with consistency. [185] Manjula was voiced by actress Jan Hooks from seasons 9 to 14,[189] by Tress MacNeille in season 15 (only one appearance) and by Maggie Roswell thereafter. On a few occasions, he says Skinner's name this way when absolutely nothing has gone wrong, implying that he either pronounces Skinner's name this way by habit, or does it on purpose to scare him. The character was originally named "Judge Moulton", but show runners Bill Oakley and Josh Weinstein did not know that, and called him "Snyder". [citation needed], Disco Stu, real name Stuart Discothèque[89] (voiced by Hank Azaria), is a man who is mentally stuck in the disco era. "[164] Her political allegiances are not concrete: In "You Kent Always Say What You Want", she is shown at the Republican Party headquarters; in "E Pluribus Wiggum", she is conversely depicted as a Democrat. Database (voiced by Nancy Cartwright, Tress MacNeille, and Pamela Hayden; real name Kyle according to "Yellow Subterfuge") is a nerdy student who attends Springfield Elementary School. Gloria visits Snake in prison in "I Don't Wanna Know Why the Caged Bird Sings", and refuses to do whatever he asks of her. "[50], In 2003, Azaria won a Primetime Emmy Award for Outstanding Voice-Over Performance for voicing Bumblebee Man, and various other characters.[51]. The most recent appearance they had was in Lisa Simpson, This Isn't Your Life in November 2010. Roger Meyers Jr. (voiced by Alex Rocco, later by Hank Azaria) is the current Chairman of I&S Studios, and is the son of Roger Meyers Sr. Anxious to escape this, Homer offers Stampy to a wildlife reserve. Claude's main love interest, journalist Gloria Grand, has little interest in him, and dismisses him as a 'rich kid'. And they can show up anywhere. He also wears a coonskin cap. Barney sat with his eyed unfocused in deep concentration, but the large glass mug of Duff placed before him replaced those thoughts in a heartbeat, which was almost as fast as he consumed it." In season eighteen's "24 Minutes" it is revealed that his mother's name is Carol. Oh, ja! Cesar (voiced by Harry Shearer and Hank Azaria) and Ugolin (voiced by Dan Castallaneta) are a nephew-and-uncle pair of stereotypical Frenchmen who, in "The Crepes of Wrath", make Bart a slave at their "Chateau Maison" winery and put antifreeze in their wine. He then ignores the family while playing pickup basketball games with the restaurant's staff. Brandine Spuckler (voiced by Tress MacNeille)[2] is the wife of Cletus Spuckler. [153] At the Adult Education Annex, Lenny teaches a class on "How To Chew Tobacco". After Marge talks him out of buying an unsuitable house, he suggests repaying her with black-market prescriptions. The Simpsons attempt to kidnap Ling back, but run into a confrontation with the head of the adoption agency, Madame Wu. They have been friends since their youth, as seen in "$pringfield (Or, How I Learned to Stop Worrying and Love Legalized Gambling)". A number of them have gained expanded roles and have subsequently starred in their own episodes. They were first mentioned in a short on The Tracey Ullman Show entitled "Scary Movie". He is also on Lisa's list of "interesting adults" in "Moe'N'a Lisa". The character is a parody of Judge Judy Sheindlin. In "A Star is Burns", he came to Springfield to be a judge during the film festival. Rod is Ned Flanders' twelve-year-old son. The Canadian version of Duffman (seen on the label of Le Duff, the Canadian version of Duff) wears a Mountie uniform and uses the French-language slogan Mais Oui! That is, until Lisa became drunk at a feast and told the whole town everything, even though the Simpson family had promised not to mention anything since Bob fixed their car. He first appeared in the second season episode "Bart Gets Hit by a Car". According to "'Scuse Me While I Miss the Sky", Carl spent at least part of his boyhood in Iceland. He also tried to sell counterfeit jeans out of the Simpsons' garage, but was foiled by Marge Simpson in "The Springfield Connection". When she was eight, Abernathy wanted to be a doctor and a lawyer because she believed a woman can be whatever she wants to be if she just sets her mind to it. She wears glasses and has blue hair, traits she shares with her husband and son. He also appears in "Wild Barts Can't Be Broken", "Mom and Pop Art", "Alone Again, Natura-Diddily", "It's a Mad, Mad, Mad, Mad Marge", "Day of the Jackanapes", "A Star Is Born Again" and "The Bart of War". Commentary for the episode ", Scully, Mike (2006). Marge leaves Artie after she instantly falls in love with a host of time-traveling Homers. [5] Several Springfield residents (including the Simpsons) are afraid of her. Booberella's television show is a spoof of Elvira's Movie Macabre, a horror film anthology series. ", Lenny and Carl work at the Springfield Nuclear Power Plant alongside Homer Simpson. After Marge remarks that nobody would ever want to buy a jacket that read "Disco Stu", another customer recommends it to Stu, but Stu replies, "Disco Stu doesn't advertise."[90]. Teeny's uncle was former head monkey at the ministry of tourism in Brazil. He got an annulment from Pope John Paul II after a brief marriage to Selma Bouvier. [32] In "Whiskey Business", Murphy appears as a hologram, causing an exasperated Lisa to protest against his record label's shameless use of his image for various commercials. He is the only Springfield Elementary School student who remembers the Watergate Scandal and the 1976 Bicentennial (according to Principal Skinner), was in Otto the bus driver's third-grade class (according to Otto), owns a car (even though he rode the school bus on "A Milhouse Divided", "The Mook, the Chef, the Wife, and Her Homer", and "How the Test Was Won"), regularly shaves, has custody of a child from a divorce, is old enough to vote in a general U.S. election, was sent to prison (though "Marge Be Not Proud" and "Lisa the Skeptic" depicted Kearney in juvenile hall), and pays taxes. She was warned by Bart and Milhouse and decided to not to do so. He is also the host of a radio program titled, "Moleman in the Morning" on Springfield radio station KJAZZ. This leads to Bob's prompt release and ensuing mayoral election-rigging. She stays at the Flanders' house with Ned, and leaves briefly after Ned attempted to mold her in the image of his deceased wife Maude only to have her think Ned is using her and runs off. He first appears in "Selma's Choice" and has appeared multiple times since. Frankie first appeared in the episode "Insane Clown Poppy" where his squealing habits are introduced after he squeals on himself for squealing. Bleeding Gums Murphy is loosely based on Blind Willie Johnson, at whose feet the young Bleeding Gums character learned. He has also mentioned that he attended Ball State University in Muncie, Indiana. Cletus' voice is slightly deeper in this initial appearance than in later episodes. It is also revealed in the episode that Ruth Powers went to jail and entered a beauty contest in which she was named "Miss Mexican Mafia." Another … She also appeared as a ghost in the couch gag for S23 episode "Them, Robot".