She first appeared in "Apocalypse Cow", in which she befriends Bart when he joins the 4-H club. Afterwards, Lisa apologizes and the two make amends. His last name was given as "Del Roy" in the episode "Behind the Laughter". She is voiced by Zooey Deschanel. He is based on an early design for Seymour Skinner, and first appears in "Bart the Genius" where he decides to send Bart to a school for gifted children after Bart cheats on a test. Stampy is a male African elephant first appearing in the episode "Bart Gets an Elephant". 0 Vote No.  Within the Simpsons universe, he was created by Morty Mann. State Comptroller Atkins, voiced by Hank Azaria, is the comptroller of Springfield's state. Occupation Tatum grew up in Springfield, but in "Flaming Moe's" he calls the city "a dump" and says "if you ever see me back there, you know I really [bleeped expletive] up bad.". In "Springfield Splendor", she finds Lisa's art therapy drawings, and sells them at The Android's Dungeon as a graphic novel, called Sad Girl. He tries to get out of it by saying his job was all he had, since he never married and his dog died, but Mr. Burns' hired goons threw him out anyway. On several occasions, the mob has attempted to kill him for his squealing, though they have repeatedly been unsuccessful. Mel wears a bone in his hair that has been used as a weapon. He was voiced by Harry Shearer. This may lead to the assumption that the pig is killed in the movie. (Part Two)", Kent Brockman does not like Dave Shutton and thinks he is unprofessional.. Surly Duff, voiced by Hank Azaria, is a mascot for Duff and one of the seven duffs.  She was knocked off the grandstand and her timely rescue was delayed because Homer had parked in the ambulance zone. Oh well, bye, bye. 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!". They first appeared in "Bart the General". I wanted the black one!" In the episode "The Last of the Red Hat Mamas", he reveals that he does not speak Italian, only Italian-accented English. Claude grabbed Rod and jumped over the rail, Claude holding onto the machine. In the season 17 episode "Marge and Homer Turn a Couple Play", it was revealed there were two other Duffmen working (but it is kept a secret so as not to disillusion children). Lunchlady Doris, voiced by Doris Grau up until her death, and now voiced by Tress MacNeille, is a sardonic chef for Springfield Elementary. whenever he is happy or excited. He recently appeared in "Treehouse of Horror XXXI" and "Podcast News" as well.  The script of "Some Enchanted Evening" describes Monroe as "a heavy, chain-smoking, compulsive eater. According to Luann, Kirk was not a very good provider, and she had to borrow money from her sister to make ends meet and steal donated clothes from the town's church so she could have a wardrobe. When exposed to profanity, he himself starts to curse ("Hell, no" and "I said I don't want any damn vegetables"). His first appearance was in "Life on the Fast Lane". King and Tyson were asked to appear in the episode but declined. He decides to help her launch a singing career, much to the chagrin of Marge. Sanjay Nahasapeemapetilon, voiced by Harry Shearer, is Apu Nahasapeemapetilon's younger brother and uncle of Apu's eight children. Sure they have /funny/ time together. Cletus Del Roy Montfort Bigglesworth Spuckler, commonly called Cletus the Slack-Jawed Yokel is Springfield's resident hillbilly stereotype, and speaks with a Southern United States accent. Radioactive Man is a fictional comic book superhero. The most recent appearance they had was in Lisa Simpson, This Isn't Your Life in November 2010. You loved him."  In "They Saved Lisa's Brain", she was introduced as "Lindsey Naegle", a member of the Springfield Chapter of Mensa, and has since become a recurring character. Database is known for his annoying, nerdy voice which is supplied by Nancy Cartwright. The Nahasapeemapetilon octuplets are the children of Apu and Manjula, four boys and four girls. This man first appears in "When Flanders Failed" when he goes to the Leftorium to get his parking validated because it is the only store that does it without requiring a purchase. Sam has spoken only a few times throughout the series; on the season three episode "Lisa the Greek", Sam asks Homer what he bet on outcome of the Super Bowl, and in "Radioactive Man" he simultaneously says "That makes sense" to Moe, along with others at the bar, when Moe tells the barflies that the child actor who played Alfalfa that Moe killed was an orphan who was owned by the studio. After the filming is completed, Krusty orders the pig to be killed. She is usually seen as a background character, sometimes in events that occurred even before she moved next door (such as the baby shower for Maggie in "And Maggie Makes Three"). !” Mr. Largo talking to Lisa after she giggles at Nelson working for Willie. He distributes the cartoon, which is frequently criticized by parents because of its violent nature. Ling Bouvier (voiced by Nancy Cartwright) is Selma's adopted daughter. At the end of the episode, she returns and has a date with Flanders. His final speaking appearance was "The Boy Who Knew Too Much", save for one syllable in "Radioactive Man".  His costume was based on one used in the Saturday Night Live sketch "The Killer Bees. We deliver voices fast & affordably with 100% satisfaction guaranteed. In the twelfth season episode "Trilogy of Error", in which Marge accidentally severs Homer's thumb, she expresses disappointment with how Hibbert handles Homer's plight and attempts to go to Riviera instead. Growing Up Springfield is his most notable documentary. He is voiced by Dan Castellaneta. He is also seen building a sand castle and sitting on Gil's lap, who was dressed as Santa Claus. He is a character known for bellowing "Ye-e-e-s?!" Pryor does not appear again for several years until the episode "See Homer Run", in which he tells Lisa that she is going through a developmental condition. He is usually seen with his fellow nerd Martin Prince. Fandom Apps Take your favorite fandoms with you and never miss a beat. Plopper has also made appearances in the episodes and comics, and also appears in the reanimated opening sequence, featuring in the pan across Springfield. However, he has appeared as a background character in "Moe Letter Blues", "Homer at the Bat" (as pitcher for Fort Springfield), and The Simpsons Movie. He is unlocked upon completion of Lotto 'N' Liquor. Legs has a dark blonde short haircut and raspy voice. The costume is a creature with a baseball body, with a blue Capital City T-shirt, yellow arms and legs, a long flat-ended nose, tufts of fur at the side, a red hat with two springs, two costume eyes that look in either direction, and two more eyes that peek outside the mouth. In the "Treehouse of Horror XX" story, "Don't Have a Cow, Mankind", it is revealed that Mrs. Lovejoy is Lisa's godmother. from a public library computer. In The Simpsons Movie, Homer's car runs him over. She appears through flashbacks in "Dangerous Curves", "Take My Life, Please", "Postcards from the Wedge" and "Fland Canyon". Monroe appears in "Some Enchanted Evening" in which 70% of that episode's original animation had to be redone, although the scenes involving Monroe were mostly untouched, said co-director David Silverman. Skinner then replies to which Chalmers tells him in a frightened voice, "Don't ever scare me like that again.". 2 Vote Yes.  He also appears in "Homer vs.  In the short, he cuts Bart's hair not to his liking and Bart tries several ways to hide it. Homer discovers her in a redneck bar in the middle of nowhere and is amazed by her voice. Since the seventh season, the character Monroe has been retired, as voicing the character strained Shearer's throat. D&D Beyond According to "Who Shot Mr. Burns? Homer is asked to voice Poochie, and does so. After that, he is absent until "Homer to the Max", where he walks past the Simpsons window alongside Mr Largo when Lisa talks about TV shows rewriting or dropping characters that appear early on. Homer often made statements insinuating his attraction to Maude. Introduced in "Miracle on Evergreen Terrace", Patches gives the dollar they were saving to Bart, which was their vitamin money. Chris Turner, author of the book Planet Simpson, called Naegle "an excellent allegory for the modern corporate age: you don't see through her because there's nothing else to see. Dirty Work: Dewey Largo is a premium limited time side questline released on August 11, 2015, during the Monorail 2015 Event's Act 1.  On April 27, 2008, more is revealed about Cletus and Brandine in an episode entitled "Apocalypse Cow"; Brandine had married Cletus at the age of 13, having been married four times previously. Ralph apparently gets his appearance from her, as the two look very similar. Jub-Jub was used as the first Twitter hash tag for O'Brien's "Legally Prohibited from Being Funny on Television Tour" in 2010.  Wolfcastle owns a restaurant named Planet Springfield, a parody of Planet Hollywood, which Schwarzenegger co-owned with other celebrities. 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.  On one occasion, it is implied he is an undercover agent whose target is Homer. Lurleen Lumpkin (voiced by Beverly D'Angelo) is an aspiring country singer who is initially managed by Homer in "Colonel Homer". while reading it. Although rarely featured on the show, she has been a recurring character in the Simpsons comic book series.