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  1. movie info - One of the greatest miracles in the Bible; Moses and the Israelites trapped at the sea by Pharaoh's army when God miraculously parts the waters. But is there any evidence that it really happened and if so, where?
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It is all good. The return of Jesus will give evidence to it all. [Patterns of Evidence: The] English Full Movie Watch Online Patterns of Evidence: The Read here. Great documentary! Thank you for sharing this! Your words at the end were so encouraging and inspirational. Im so grateful for this video. Thank you, Mary Nell. Patterns of evidence: the red sea miracle book. Patterns of evidence the red sea miracle movie trailer. Patterns of evidence: the red sea miracle youtube. The controller, Satan does not want people to know the truth and that's the truth of it.


God is so big and so awesome. Man how incredible that these biblical accounts have mostly all been proven as factual accounts of history. Patterns of evidence: the red sea miracle plant.

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Patterns of Evidence: The Red Sea miracle contre. Patterns of evidence 3a the red sea miracle solved. Patterns of evidence the red sea miracle. 0:33 Me when take a bath. There is an extraterrestrial race, which Mr. Charles Hall called "Tall whites aliens". This race is the origin of the stars near Arcturus. Source: Some stand more than 8 feet tall, run 40 mph and live 800 years. They speak like a dog barking or a bird chirping, write similar to Egyptian hieroglyphics and have learned English quite easily. They have large blue eyes that wrap part way around their heads, small noses and tiny ears pressed tight to their scalps. Their thumbs are small with four long slender fingers. Their skin is completely white, like chalk. They all have thin, straight blond hair. Their hips are shaped liked ours, but they walk quite differently since they are used to a stronger gravity pull. They typically can be seen wearing aluminized chalk white jump suits resembling a canvas-like fabric with gloves of the same material and an open white motorcycle helmet. What’s unusual is the suit emits a three-inch field of white fluorescent light, the intensity varying from soft to bright, a brightness that can actually hurt the human eye. They are extremely intelligent and process information speed several times faster than humans. They have individual talents, differing intellectual capabilities and physical traits, a race definitely not carved from a cookie-cutter. Some are teachers, some are pilots, some are workers and some are leaders. They also can use a device that projects speech so that it is heard by humans within their head. This works only over a short range (several feet) and requires the human to turn the head sideways to the Tall White. The device is also a language translator. According to its settings from time to time, Hall was occasionally able to overhear Tall Whites conversing among themselves as though they were speaking English. Although they are highly individualistic, one similar characteristic is they all have white chalky complexions - very white chalky complexions. For this reason, they have been called the TALL WHITES. Every Tall White adult carries a pencil-like weapon that can be set to stun, kill, immobilize, or "hypnotize" humans. It can also administer severe pain, and they frequently use it to discipline people who act in ways that annoy, frighten, or endanger them. The weapon's actions and effects are accomplished by varying the frequency of focused microwaves to interact with specific ions in the human body. Although their technology is quite beyond ours at this time, evidence suggests that by other and less tangible measures - "wisdom", "intelligence", "moral stature" - they might be quite comparable to us. Parks adds in private communication that the Imdugud are among the very few that practice natural childbirth and raise families. And he says the facts are just the tip of the iceberg in what just may turn out to be one of the most detailed, most convincing and most sought after alien stories of all time. It is more than just a coincidence that throughout history many cultures have had encounters with a White gods from the skies. The following is a list of some of the historical and or mythological events of inter-reaction with man and white gods from the heavens. South America - Viracochas are interpreted as the White Masters from the skies. They gave astronomy, building skills, the calendar and culture to the Incas. Mesopotamia - Ahura Mazda, meaning spirits of knowledge were described as "white spirits" that flew in a shiny disk. America - The Hopi Indians encountered the Bahana. Bahana means, "white brother" from the skies. The Bahana gave them spiritual understandings of a theosophical nature. India – Asura, has the meaning as the white gods of the wind. They gave understanding of ancient knowledge. Vishinu the third deity of the top godhead is to come back on a white horse. Ancient Vedas describe a pre-flood world, filled with aircraft called Vimnas engaged in aerial combat, missile launches, and descriptions of nuclear war with fallout and radioactivity. It is a highly developed civilization that came to Earth hundreds of thousand years ago and founded their own colony - people. In the myths and stories describe them as tall, slender people with white, as a plaster sculpture skin, blue eyes and white hair. In our days some people were lucky enough to meet with the "alien creators". Here are some of the examples: "George A. : During the previous year he with friends had journeyed on several occasions into the Mojave Desert. Suddenly, everyone turned to look over a ridge—and gaped. As Adamski describes it in Flying Saucers Have Landed: Riding high, and without sound, there was a gigantic cigarshaped silvery ship, without wings or appendages of any kind. He saw what the ship was settling into a cove. Someone was standing about a quarter of a mile away, motioning for Adamski to come over. Adamski walked toward the man. The man was wearing a silver jumpsuit. His long, blond hair was blowing in the wind. He was smiling. Adamski halted an arm’s length from the stranger. Now, for the first time I fully realised that I was in the presence of a man from space—a human being from another world! …The beauty of his form surpassed anything I had ever seen. He was radiating a feeling of infinite understanding and kindness, with supreme humility. He was youthful in appearance. He had a high forehead, blue eyes, and a smile that revealed glistening teeth. His jumpsuit was with a radiant sheen. The two men began to communicate, via a combination of telepathy, gestures, and facial expressions. His visit was friendly, but serious in purpose. For he had come to warn us of the dangers of nuclear explosions—dangers for both the Earth and its neighbors in the Solar System. Adamski noticed now the saucer in which he had arrived. Bell-shaped and translucent, it was hovering just off the ground in a cove. A scout ship, explained the spaceman, that had emerged from the mother ship seen earlier. Adamski put questions to the spaceman. How did his ship operate? Did they experience death? The spaceman answered the questions. But when Adamski asked to take his picture, he shook his the spaceman said goodbye and reboarded his ship. It rose, glided over the mountains, and disappeared from view... " Read more Source: "Miriam D. : I with my friends had decided to take a road trip to my home town. Suddenly in the sky appeared were big balls of light. And by that time the car filled with light from every direction. And these balls of light were sitting behind the car. I was scared. So I got out of the car. On the left I saw a larger craft that had two beings standing in this doorway. And they had blond hair - and I mean blond as in snow white hair - and the most brilliant blue, Mediterranean water blue, eyes that you've ever seen, and and they were like people. I walked onboard the craft and had a meeting, that lasted some time. They gave me warnings about possible futures in which the planet could potentially have destruction if we don't going to a positive path of development. I remember they gave me at the time quite a lot of information. And a screen popped up. And the screen was actually quite large. Two or three feet high. And as I looked at the screen, there was information that came across it. And images. These images would be accompanied by information that was given to me by these beings, either through telepathy or - meaning they would directly speak to me - or it felt like there was just a constant flow of information being sort of placed within my mind. Now, one of the important things that they shared with me was the creation of man. So, to make this story really short, they explained that they had a hand in creating mankind. That they were the helpers of this Earth to insure that... They were overseers, so that they would be here to watch over the Earth, to help man become more than what they currently are…" Read more Source: The Earth they found during the search of habitable planets. They liked the Earth with all its diversity of flora and fauna, seas and oceans. And it was decided in any way, to found a colony. For them, due to the lack of pigmentation, the sun was fatal, so they decided against using genetic engineering to create humans adapted to the Earth conditions. "White aliens" have chosen from the variety of animals on the Earth are the most suitable for the experiment - the monkeys (chimpanzee and gorillas). They made several attempts to create humans. Their goal was the creation of man, whose body is the biological structure will be like earth animals, but the appearance and mind as "Creators". From history we remember the Australopithecines, Pithecanthropus, Neanderthals, and so on. These failed attempts were washed away from the face of the Earth, and "humanoid white gods" again inhabited the planet for more perfect people. During this period, on the Earth appeared races of people, such as: Indians, Africans, Asians, Arabs. These races are more ancient and preserved memories of the gods. Man of the European type have been inhabited a little later in parts of the European continent, and from there they had gone tribes. If we assume that, for example, europian people of the modern species evolved naturally from apes, how strange they appeared several thousand years ago and diverged almost from the same area!? Or is this a fantastic evolutionary leap? Then why are animals so it never happened? Different races were created, to see which of them will take root better, with skin color from black to white. According to the structure of the body – we are animals of planet Earth, and all that separates us from the monkeys is from the creators. After creating a satisfactory hybrid races, and settled their on different continents, they made the decision about not interfering in our development. "Creators" wondered which way we will go, how to develop our culture and society. They wished that we had purchased individuality. For thousands of years they watch over us, and hide its presence. They are good at it! We must not forget, that we are all their children, we are all one! You can't consider yourself better than others, it is necessary to respect and appreciate the all creation of our "Creators". But still people are not quite adapted to the conditions of the Earth. "A U. S. ecologist has claimed that humans are not from Earth but were put on the planet by aliens tens of thousands of years ago. Dr Ellis Silver points to a number of physiological features to make his case for why humans did not evolve alongside other life on Earth. They range from humans suffering from bad backs - which he suggests is because we evolved in a world with lower gravity – to getting too easily sunburned and having difficulty giving birth. Dr Ellis says that while the planet meets humans’ needs for the most part, it does not perhaps serve the species’ interests as well as the aliens who dropped us off imagined. ‘Mankind is supposedly the most highly developed species on the planet, yet is surprisingly unsuited and ill-equipped for Earth's environment: harmed by sunlight, a strong dislike for naturally occurring foods, ridiculously high rates of chronic disease, and more. ’ Dr Ellis also claims humans are always ill and this might be because our body clocks have evolved to expects a 25 hour day, as proven by sleep researchers. He also believes humans are not designed to be so exposed to the sun as they are on Earth, as they cannot sunbathe for more than a week or two ¿ unlike a lizard ¿ and cannot be exposed to the sun every dayTHE 'EVIDENCE' TO SUGGEST HUMANS CAME FROM SPACE SO FAR • Bad backs suggest humans evolved in a world with lower gravity • Sunburn hints humans were not designed to be exposed constantly to the sun • The size of babies' heads present a problem for women when giving birth - difficulty not shared by other species on the planet • Humans are always ill, perhaps beacuse their body clocks have evolved to expect a 25 hour day - unlike Earth's • People just feel like they are not at home on our planet Dr Ellis said many people feel that they don’t belong and feel at home on Earth. ‘This suggests that mankind may have evolved on a different planet, and we may have been brought here as a highly developed species. " As on any planet where there is life, there is a special kind of animals, which evolve in intelligent creature. The Earth was no exception. In the time of dinosaurs over millions of years a one kind of reptiles evolved to the intelligent beings. They achieved technological progress, built cities, studied science, flew into space. The inhabitants of that civilization were humanoid reptilians. They were tall, athletic, scaly skin like a snake, large on half face red eyes with a vertical pupil and a small comb from forehead and along the spine. Their cities were mainly located underground at depths of 2-8 kilometers. They did not agree with settling on the surface of the Earth a new sentient races. Between the "white gods" and the reptilian civilization was a War for the Earth, in which the planet had suffered multiple nuclear strikes. Wars for the Earth between the reptilians and the "white gods" were many, and the most ancient civilizations has preserved the memory of the battles in their culture. Especially a lot of mention of the wars is contained in the Mahabharata, the Indian epic: " Vimanas (flying ships) approached the Earth with incredible speed and released many arrows, glittering like gold, thousands of lightning... Roar, published by them, was like thunder from thousands of drums …It was as if the elements had been unleashed. The sun spun round. Scorched by the incandescent heat of the weapon, the world reeled in fever. Elephants were set on fire by the heat and ran to and fro in a frenzy to seek protection from the terrible violence. The water boiled, the animals died, the enemy was mown down and the raging of the blaze made the trees collapse in rows as in a forest fire… Horses and war chariots were burnt up and the scene looked like the aftermath of a conflagration. Thousands of chariots were destroyed, then deep silence descended on the sea. The winds, began to blow and the earth grew bright. It was a terrible sight to corpses of the fallen were mutilated by the terrible heat so that they no longer looked like human beings. Never before have we seen such a ghastly weapon and never before have we heard of such a weapon…" (weapons of the gods is very similar to nuclear) Talking about the wars of the gods, and the myth of the battle of the Greek God Marduk with the dragon Tiamat, the struggle of the Slavic God Perun with the Snake king, and battle the ancient Egyptian God RA with the serpent of Apop. All myths even said that the Snake was defeated in the war, expelled into the earth in his Kingdom. In our time, scientists have discovered many kilometers of underground tunnels and mines in all parts of the world. Some tunnels have walls made of an unknown material, perhaps covering the entrance to their cities. From legends of the Indians of Peru it is said that the path of the cave system Chinkanas lead to the underworld where lives the mighty civilization of amphibious serpent people. In appearance, which look like both a man and a snake. In the 20th century in these caves disappeared several dozen adventurers. To get out of there managed to a few people. From their disjointed stories can be understood that in the depths of the earth, they met with strange creatures. During the endless wars of "white gods" decided to leave the planet and return with more powerful weapons. Returning, they struck at Mars, thus showing their power. The civilization of reptilians was forced to reckon with the conditions of "white gods". The main condition was "not intervention" in the development of the people. «Back in 2011 the scientist first postulated that the red colour on Mars could have been due to a naturally occurring thermonuclear explosion. 'The Martian surface is covered with a thin layer of radioactive substances including uranium, thorium and radioactive potassium - and this pattern radiates from a hot spot on Mars'. His research centres around the 'high concentration' of Xenon-129 in the Martian atmosphere, and uranium and thorium on the surface, spotted by Nasa's Mars Odyssey spacecraft. Scientists have previously pointed about that the appearance of these elements is not surprising, as they are natural elements found everywhere. But Dr Brandenburg is adamant they are the remnants of two nuclear explosions on the surface. 'Taken together, the data requires that the hypothesis of Mars as the site of an ancient planetary nuclear massacre, must now be considered. ' Dr Brandenburg says his theory could explain the Fermi Paradox - namely why, if the universe is abundant with life, we haven't heard anything from anyone else yet. He warns, though, that we need to be fearful of an attack on our own planet, and should mount a manned mission to Mars to know what we're up against. 'These stories and many variations of them present a view that our Solar System was the home of several nuclear battles raged between alien visitors and settlers, ' he said» At a time, when "Creators" left the Earth, the reptilians were presented like gods of men. In the mythology of the ancient Maya, Aztec, China, India, Egypt mention about reptilian gods, whom ancient civilizations worshipped and offered sacrifices. "The Aztecs, fearing their gods, performed human sacrifice. Prisoners were forced to climb to the top of the pyramid to be sacrificed. When the Indians have brought them to a small platform on which stood their idols, the people were laid on the sacrificial stone and stone knife cut out the hearts. The hearts were offered to their idols standing nearby, and the bodies were thrown down the stairs…" (excerpt from en. “Lost civilization”) Also, each day reptilian gods took many have escaped this painful charge. Even they pierced the ears of infants for these purposes. Usually the thorn of the maguey used for bleeding. In the civilization of reptilians was very fond of snakes, they found them beautiful, sacred. Owning genetic engineering, they created hybrids of their species, and snakes. In mythology these creatures are known as "Naga". Naga was half reptilian (to the waist), but instead of legs they had a snake's tail. Over people put genetic experiments too. Many of the ancient mythical beasts such as centaurs, mermaids, half man half snake, minotaurs are the results of their experiments. The witnesses that have been in contact with aliens, say that mermaids and Nagas, they save and they still exist. Naga takes pride of place among civilizations of reptilians, and the mermaids live in the ocean and hide from peoples, because people will immediately guess how they are created. The mythology of "Naga" has very ancient roots. They depict the head and torso of a man and tail of a serpent. According to the Mahabharata: "... some of the Nagas were little like mice, others were the size of an elephant's trunk,.. the monstrous snakes who had great strength and was of such enormous value that, when they raised on their tails resembled mountain peaks. " Their images are available on the bas-reliefs of Angkor in Cambodia, on the bridges of the Nagas in the temples in Thailand, in the temple of Phnom Rank and in other places. Some people of our time say that they had encountered these mysterious creatures. "Victor C. : I went for a hike to the gorge of the Kok-Asanas (Crimea) and decided to spend the night on the tour the Parking lot. Lay down in a sleeping bag and spent admiring the stars, until one of them grew to enormous size. Above me in the sky hung a flying saucer. I was raised into the object. I found myself inside a UFO. There was a strange creature. One of them says, "Wanna fly? ", I "Yes, I want"... I was inside the ship in a circular room. There was Central control. The room inside the ship was dimly lit, and filled some mucus. But even more surprising were the creatures that I met. The image of a human figure, but below the waist they had a snake tail is pretty long, somewhere 2. 5 meters. They had three breasts. Main female snake telepathically appealed to me. She suggested a long-term relationship in order to allegedly study human... But I refused, and I was back. " There are many references about encounters with half-human, half-fish or simply a mermaids. "G. Hudson in the 17th century in his ship's log recorded that one of the members of his team, looking overboard, saw a mermaid. He began to call other sailors, came another sailor. Together they were eyewitnesses to how a strange woman with very white skin and black hair came near the ship. She also studied the people with interest. When the wave knocked over a water creature, the sailors saw that it was a woman only half. Instead of legs and entire lower body she had a fishtail, which looked like a brown dolphin tail and was covered in spots, like mackerel. This event occurred on 15 June 1608, and witnessed the emergence of mermaids were Thomas Hills and Robert Rayner. " Reptilians left on the surface of the Earth many artifacts, the most famous of which is the pyramids, built in large numbers in different parts of the world. Scientists still can't understand how people of the time built these monumental structures without the use of high technology, which we still have not mastered. For the reptilians pyramidal form was perfect, any ground building was a pyramidal shape. Also some ships of this civilization have the shape of a pyramid. According to eyewitnesses, these ships wide reach 15-20 meters at the base of the pyramid. The ships emit a glow and are masked, becoming transparent. Source: Up to a point "Creators" can't interfere in our development for the sake of "cleanliness of experiment". Because we have to develop our own way, to be an individual unlike any other civilization of the Earth. They will open the secret of his presence, when our technology level reaches a certain point. Not that in ancient times, when representatives of other intelligent civilizations were considered gods, mages, their ships fire-breathing dragons, and rocket arrows. The opening time is near, different sources point to the period from 2020-2040. MESSAGE FROM CIVILIZATION "CREATORS" Who is Ashtar? Ashtar speaks of twenty million extraterrestrial persons involved with his Command in the Program for planet Earth, and of another four million on our physical plane, consciously or unconsciously cooperating in the program of Light. I am an active member of Councils scattered throughout this Universal Sector, serving in an advisory capacity at strategic levels of intergalactic affairs. Ashtar describes himself: I am seven feet tall in height, with blue eyes and a nearly white complexion. I am fast of movement and considered to be an understanding and compassionate leader. Excerpts from the messages of Ashtar About the eternal soul, an artificial world: Heaven and Hell Nowadays most people are very skeptical about God and life after death. For many centuries the Church did everything possible to settle in the hearts of the people, the rejection and distrust of religion. The initial task of religion was to tell people about "Creators", the true emergence of man on Earth, and about such incredible and incomprehensible world, as Heaven and Hell. At different times civilization "Creator" sending missionaries who told people the truth and taught how to live. The last of these missionaries was Jesus. He was a man prepared by the "Creators" to such a mission. With the help of technology he showed various miracles to the people and they believed in his divine origin. "Ashtar: Mankind must then acknowledge that a spiritual realm exists that every human being will enter immediately after their disembodiment, their exit from this world. There is no promised Judgment Day, but only the objective reality of a life in a spiritual condition. Mankind on Terra must know that all human beings must account for their life on Earth. After having given account of one’s thoughts and deeds, one is led to one’s appropriate LEVEL (‘’hell’’ or ‘’heaven’’). Many esteemed politicians are in a different life towards the punishment, which they had no concept of the earthly life. Although they could be pitied, but they have not regretted a single person on Earth. This other worldly horror, you call Hell... " About the artificial world This world is made up of experienced, talented creators with the help of high technology, which we can not imagine. Their scientists agreed to keep the soul in an artificial body, made of light. This artificial body is attached to the human consciousness from birth. After death it remains with you forever. "Ashtar: I don't have a dense physical shell, like you. I, of course, are the essential thing. Our life resembles yours in many ways, except that we do not own dense physical sheath. The benefits and convenience of this way of life is incredibly high, and the dense shell gives great inconvenience... Question: I would like to ask a few questions about the etheric substance. I don't quite understand the nature of the essential substance. Ashtar: For example, the essential form of our metals different from the metals of the earth to its molecular and atomic structure. The distance between the nuclei and the orbiting electrons of the etheric they iron much more than iron known on Earth. This allows the atoms of earthly steel to pass right through the atoms of etheric steel, without causing harm to each other. The etheric form of steel has a higher vibration than earthly steel and therefore is invisible to earthly vision or, as you say, for physical eyes. Under certain circumstances it becomes visible, for example, in the presence of certain atmospheric gases of the Earth or in the presence of desire of the control of the mind. No matter how great the mass of the etheric body. Even a spacecraft with a width of several miles cannot be damaged in a collision with physical matter... " Some people who have experienced clinical death, tell about a translucent body which has no weight. At the time of death, the soul with an artificial body transferred to the different world by special technologies. People usually see a tunnel, twisting in a spiral, in which they fly with great speed to the light. These people are not lying. Well, can't lie many thousands of people in different parts of the world and at different times about the same. Description of Paradise and Hell all the peoples almost the same. Even children who have undergone clinical death describe heaven the same, despite the fact that they grew up in a family of atheists and have never read the Bible and havn't a rich imagination! "Heaven isn't too far away. It seemed to me that I haven't left our galaxy. The first thing I saw was the garden. It's huge, and on all sides surrounds the city. There was a great flowering valleys, mountains and waterfalls. I even saw snow. In heaven there are flowers, and they smell nice... " Read more "I saw myself from the outside. I felt as the nurse is through with me. Then I floated upwards and found myself in a tunnel, and out to the shining light. I found myself in a wonderful place. There were a lot of happy people. In the distance was a city, with buildings, fountains with sparkling water... " Read more "The body was like my real, just a little different. The demons tore my flesh, but the body wasn't any blood, but I felt the pain. I remember that they grabbed me and threw against the wall. And when I was worried and thought that I must die. I was wondering, how is it that I'm still alive... " Read more In this world there are mountains, seas, meadows, flowers, animals and cities. All things are translucent and shining at the same time as diamonds and gold, as if all made of light. In the Hell people don't just spend time, but are experiencing unbearable physical pain for their misdeeds in life. Instead of the beautiful animals there are the monsters that torture people, boilers with fire which burns the body. Pain no less than in life of the physical body and this suffering continues without stop for decades, for centuries, until the end of the sentence. The sentence is at all different, from one day to many hundreds of years. After the end of the term, "soul" with the astral body sent to Heaven. Hell was created for educational purposes, it’s a pity that people don’t believe in its reality and not afraid. The death of the body is inevitable, and the inevitable Hell for those who deserve it! "Ashtar: You do not have any idea what a huge abundance of amazing wonders and mysteries contained within the other world(Paradise). And every noble soul may enter into this world. But untreated soul must first overcome the road of darkness(Hell), and only then engage in divine light. Death is not the last stage of human life, but only a change in its development. You have, at least, there is a Holy Scripture. If this Scripture is not consistent with the facts, fully and completely, it still contains some indications about human behavior; it points to the punishment after death... " In the course of man's life, all information about it (actions, thoughts, etc. ) is copied to a special "base". This information is viewed by a worker of the etheric world (the operator we call him "angel"). Then he honestly sorts the actions into good and bad, to determine a person to Heaven or Hell. After death he accompanies his charge to another world. Sometimes he can talk with the person giving the advice. People perceive it as intuition or inner voice. Sometimes the operator ("angel") monitors multiple people. "Ashtar: The leading stratums of society are of the opinion that death extinguishes man’s consciousness forever. These people hold onto this thesis with an iron grip. They indignantly, well actually arrogantly, reject any other explanation. It therefore comes as no surprise that this terrible aberration impacts on all their decisions. The medical fraternity fall prey to a whole series of deceptions. They therefore assume that one’s consciousness is located within the human brain; they believe that the brain gives rise to all thoughts and that it registers and stores all perceptions. This however is a dangerous aberration! This is where the cause of atheism is to be found! I therefore assert that medical science bears the full blame for the rise of world atheism and political differences…" "Ashtar: People often mistook us for gods. We told people the first social concepts. We showed people how to use fire, tools. At the time we gave people the concept of a living God. The places where we were, people called saints. Our space ships always had close contacts with this humanity. Communication became more difficult, because you also invented the aircraft, which we constantly pursue and try to harm us. Our ancestors communicated not only with the Jews. In Peru, the local population has made in the earth kilometer signs – signs for our ships, as well as in other parts of the world... " INSIDE THE OLD MASON (excerpt)... I Have a step-grandfather — dollar millionaire, it is not Hilo density "Mason". 2 weeks ago I went to visit him. And started the topic about higher civilization, mentioned in the Holy Scriptures. We discussed it the whole evening. He also told me in the next 10-15 years, planned a huge technological growth in the space industry, that is, to 2030 people will be open space. All space technologies, "zakulisya" is. That is, even though tomorrow we may space a highly developed civilization. All government institutions will have to give the people the truth about human origins, "they'll have to, " said my grandfather. Alien civilization his mouth was said that our gods eat, drink, love, and give birth, then they have the hormonal system and feelings, only theirs hormones don't kill them, and the fact that they look practical like humans, only taller, with very white skin and blue-green — grey eyes. And live as long as you want. And the fact that they have re boot the dream also as in humans, they are updated using this, rebooting of the body, and the fact that it is normal for organics. (And here comes the similarity with the movie "Thor", where One fell into a lethargic sleep, remember? ) And here's the Anunnaki-nefilim supposedly from "the Pleiades".... (pay attention to theirs noses, and the whole iconography of almost all religions, the fact that the faces of the saints are written with a thin and long noses. This is an alien race. ) Told me that up to the 2035 plan the first official extraterrestrial contact with representatives of the race. This coming and prepared the masons, the Illuminati and others, improving technological civilization in preparation for a meeting with their princes. This contact will be formal and expected, that is, about a month before their arrival, the people will be announced, the fact that the earth is approaching an alien ship with a goal and a signal of good contact. That is, the arrival of them will show and describe all media channels and "mass sources", etc. they will Call themselves our creators, teachers, and mentors — ancient. Call us — terrestrial race, its a Grand successful experiment. And the fact that contact people officially reveal the truth about the cosmos and the world, etc. This is the most incredible sensation in the history of mankind. It will be the whole idea. They will look like smart, tall, slender, perfect body blond, white-skinned with green-blue-gray eyes, the men of the growth will be approximately 210 to 220 cm, the wives from 188 to 200cm (models). After this event, all countries will unite in a single state. Monetary financial pyramid will collapse. ".

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Many of The Simpsons ' characters The Simpsons includes a large array of supporting/minor characters: co-workers, teachers, family friends, extended relatives, townspeople, local celebrities, fictional characters within the show, and even animals. The writers originally intended many of these characters as one-time jokes or for fulfilling needed functions in the town. A number of them have gained expanded roles and have subsequently starred in their own episodes. According to the creator of The Simpsons, Matt Groening, the show adopted the concept of a large supporting cast from the Canadian sketch comedy show Second City Television. [1] A [ edit] Agnes Skinner [ edit] Agnes Skinner (voiced by Tress MacNeille) [2] is the mother of Principal Skinner and first appeared in the first season episode " The Crepes of Wrath " as an old woman who embarrassingly calls her son "Spanky". However, as episodes progressed, the character turned bitter. [3] She is very controlling of her son and often treats him as if he is a child. She hates Edna Krabappel due to her son's feelings for the other woman. [4] Agnes has married four times. [5] Several Springfield residents (including the Simpsons) are afraid of her. [6] When " the real Seymour Skinner " arrives in Springfield, Agnes ends up rejecting him in part because he stands up to her, but also because unlike Skinner/Tamzarian, her biological son is independent and does not need her anymore, while Skinner immediately reverts to a good-for-nothing without her. Agnes' first name was revealed in the seventh season episode " Bart the Fink ". [7] Before that, the character was known as "Mrs. Skinner". [8] In the beginning of the series, the writers made several references to Agnes and Seymour's unhealthily close relationship as similar to that of Norman Bates and his mother. [9] In " Boy Meets Curl ", it is revealed that Agnes' resentment towards Seymour may have begun even before her son was born—during the 1952 Summer Olympics in Helsinki, Agnes competed in the pole vaulting event while nine months pregnant. When Seymour makes his first kick, he hits the bar, thus making Agnes lose and subsequently crushing her dreams. [10] However, this would contradict the earlier episode when it is revealed that Seymour is not her birth son. In " Grade School Confidential ", it is revealed that Agnes enjoys collecting pictures of cakes that she cuts out of magazines, a hobby she began in 1941. However, she does not care for cake, finding it "too sweet". In the 26th-season episode " Sky Police " she mentions that she has a brother named Stevie. Akira [ edit] Akira works as a waiter at The Happy Sumo, a Japanese restaurant in Springfield. He first appeared in the second season in " One Fish, Two Fish, Blowfish, Blue Fish ". Actor George Takei originally voiced Akira in "One Fish, Two Fish, Blowfish, Blue Fish". Since Akira's speaking role in " When Flanders Failed " where the character is depicted as a karate teacher, Hank Azaria has voiced the character, doing an impression of Takei for the voice. [11] Takei returned to voice Akira in season 24's " What Animated Women Want ". Allison Taylor [ edit] Allison Taylor (voiced by Winona Ryder, Pamela Hayden) is in Lisa's class but skipped a grade and has a lot in common with Lisa. She first appeared in " Lisa's Rival ", in which Lisa feels threatened by Allison's talents and abilities. During a school competition Lisa has Bart sabotage Allison's Tell-Tale Heart diorama with a cow's heart in a box and hides the original diorama beneath a floorboard. Wracked with guilt, Lisa returns Allison's real diorama. Lisa and Allison both lose to Ralph Wiggum and his Star Wars figurines. Afterwards, Lisa apologizes and the two make amends. Allison has had a few speaking roles after that and has been friends with Lisa, Janey, Sherri and Terri at school. Arnie Pye [ edit] Arnie Pye (voiced by Dan Castellaneta) is a disgruntled, somewhat eccentric helicopter traffic reporter for Springfield's KBBL-TV (Channel 6). He dislikes pompous anchorman Kent Brockman, with whom he often gets into arguments on the air. Brockman once snarled that Pye was a "jackass", with Arnie responding that he believes Kent's soul is "as black as the ace of spades". He sometimes attempts to join the action himself, such as his attempting to hit a fleeing Homer Simpson's car with a shoe in " Children of a Lesser Clod ". His appearance and name are inspired by Pulitzer winning journalist Ernie Pyle. Arthur Crandall and Gabbo [ edit] Arthur Crandall and Gabbo (both voiced by Hank Azaria) are a puppet and ventriloquist who start their own TV show that is in competition with Krusty the Clown 's. The show is a huge hit that ruins Krusty's career, but Bart then ruins Gabbo's future by capturing him making a rude comment on TV. The pair are later reduced to low-paying work such as a show at an Indian casino. The pair mainly appeared in season four's " Krusty Gets Kancelled " but they also appeared in " Bart to the Future ", " Homerazzi ", " All About Lisa " and The Simpsons Movie. (See The Great Gabbo. ) Artie Ziff [ edit] Artie Ziff is a narcissistic Internet entrepreneur who is infatuated with Marge Simpson, his former high school classmate. He is voiced by Jon Lovitz, except for a brief appearance in " The Front " (1993), in which he was voiced by Dan Castellaneta. [12] Animator David Silverman based Ziff's appearance and body language on a former high school classmate. [13] Ziff first appears in " The Way We Was " (1991), in which he takes a young Marge Bouvier to senior prom. When Artie tries to grope her in his car, Marge rejects him and drives off, encountering Homer on her way home. In adulthood, Artie tries repeatedly to coerce Marge into choosing him over Homer, with Patty 's encouragement as she saw him more as the ideal husband for her sister. It's also implied that former principal, Harlan Dondelinger, favored Artie more than Homer believing that he would be a multimillionaire and do tasks that Homer and even Barney would never do. In " Half-Decent Proposal " (2002), Marge learns that Artie is extremely wealthy, having made his fortune in computers by inventing an adapter that turns dial-up modem handshaking noises into easy-listening music, and she reluctantly accepts a $1 million offer to spend a weekend at his mansion to pay for an operation Homer needs to cure his extremely loud snoring. Homer assumes the two are having an affair, but Artie admits that he could not win her over. Artie begins to acknowledge that his selfishness is to blame. In " The Ziff Who Came to Dinner " (2004), the Simpsons discover Artie hiding in their attic after he squandered his money and started an accounting scandal at his company, Ziffcorp. Artie manages to scapegoat Homer but he eventually confesses his guilt to the authorities when Marge berates Artie for his poor character and she reveals that his own selfish behavior are the real reasons why no one likes him. After that, Artie is comforted by Selma; both spend the night together, and, as a result, and Artie turns himself in. He was last seen about to be assaulted by angry prisoners after he doused their cigarettes with a squirt bottle. In " Treehouse of Horror XXIII " (2012), Bart time-travels to 1974 and happens upon Marge, who is still a high school student. After he warns her not to marry Homer, Bart returns to 2012 and finds that Marge has married Artie, with Bart now named Bartie Ziff, and having inherited Artie's curly hair. Marge leaves Artie after she instantly falls in love with a host of time-traveling Homers. She says seeing them made her realize she had married the wrong man. In " Hail to the Teeth " (2020), Artie resurfaces and invites Homer and Marge to his wedding only to find out that the bride is a robot clone of Marge. He has made other robot clones of Marge that did not work well. Back to top B [ edit] Baby Gerald [ edit] Gerald Samson, better known as Baby Gerald, also known as "the one-eyebrowed baby", is Maggie Simpson 's archenemy, known for his large unibrow. He makes his first appearance in " Sweet Seymour Skinner's Baadasssss Song ", where Lisa refers to Baby Gerald as Maggie's rival. On a few occasions, Gerald has been shown being pushed in a stroller by his mother outside the Simpson house as in " Lady Bouvier's Lover ", as the two babies glare at each other. He was also featured in the Simpsons theatrical short The Longest Daycare. The character's name was revealed in the episode " The Canine Mutiny ". [14] In " The Blue and the Gray " and " Papa Don't Leech ", a possible romantic attraction between Maggie and Gerald is hinted at. In the non-canonical future of " Days of Future Future ", Gerald and Maggie are married. It's implied in " Holidays of Future Passed " that he is the father of Maggie Jr. and of whom her family knows except Abe. Baby Gerald appears in the show's current title sequence (as of 2014). Benjamin, Doug and Gary [ edit] Benjamin, Doug and Gary (voiced by Dan Castellaneta, Hank Azaria and Harry Shearer, respectively) [15] are geeks that were once Homer's dormitory roommates at Springfield University. Benjamin carries a calculator on his belt, Doug is overweight and wears a pocket protector, and Gary wears horn-rimmed glasses and uses ear medicine. [16] The writer of " Homer Goes to College ", Conan O'Brien partially based them on three guys he went to college with, who, he said, were "incredible nerds". [17] Director Jim Reardon used a caricature of animator Rich Moore and colored it black for Gary. [18] Bernice Hibbert [ edit] Bernice Hibbert (voiced by Tress MacNeille) [19] is Dr. Julius Hibbert 's wife and is loosely based on the Clair Huxtable character from The Cosby Show. [20] The Hibberts have three children, two boys and a girl. Nevertheless, her marriage is on the rocks; [21] she refuses to kiss her husband, even in front of an entire audience. [22] Her drinking has been joked about on several occasions. She fainted when she read that "Prohibition" had been introduced to Springfield [23] and attends Springfield Alcoholics Anonymous meetings. [24] Bill and Marty [ edit] Bill and Marty (voiced by Harry Shearer and Dan Castellaneta) are two radio show hosts and DJs on Springfield 's own radio station KBBL. Bill is middle-aged and balding, while Marty is younger and has a full head of hair. They are responsible for giving Bart his elephant, Stampy, although they were surprised when Bart wanted Stampy, because they thought he would choose the other prize, $10, 000. When Mr. Burns monopolized the local media in " Fraudcast News ", he fired the duo, but they have returned to the job in later episodes. Billy [ edit] Billy (voiced by Tress MacNeille) is Troy McClure 's assistant who appeared in " Lisa the Simpson ", and " Bart the Mother ". He was supposed to appear in more episodes, but due to the death of McClure's voice actor Phil Hartman, he was retired along with McClure. He is a child who appears in Troy McClure's educational films. He appears in the films "Birds: Our Fine Feathered Colleagues", and "Someone's in the Kitchen with DNA ". A similar child named Jimmy (who at one point McClure also calls Billy) appears in "The Meat Council Presents: 'Meat and You: Partners in Freedom'" in the episode, " Lisa the Vegetarian ". Birch Barlow [ edit] Birchibald "Birch" T. Barlow (voiced by Harry Shearer in " Sideshow Bob Roberts " and by Maurice LaMarche in " You Kent Always Say What You Want "). He is a conservative talk show host on the radio station KBBL, who in voice and appearance is modeled after Rush Limbaugh. As of "You Kent Always Say What You Want", he also has a show on Fox News, and serves as a parody of Fox News' conservative bias. On his radio show, he declares himself to be "the fourth branch of government " and "the fifty-first state ". He authored the book Only Turkeys Have Left Wings. Barlow plays an important part in the episode " Sideshow Bob Roberts ", in which Sideshow Bob, while jailed, calls Barlow on his radio show, giving Bob an outlet to voice how the prison treats him unfairly. Barlow, knowing Bob is a fellow Republican, sympathizes with his complaints, and influences the rest of Springfield to as well. This leads to Bob's prompt release and ensuing mayoral election-rigging. While Barlow endorses Bob for mayor to the Springfield Republican Party, it's implied he had nothing to do with the electoral fraud, as Bob clears his name in a fit of egomaniacal boasting when Lisa accuses Bob of being Barlows puppet. Barlow appears in the episode " We're on the Road to D'ohwhere " as a customer at Marge's prescription drug -laden "yard sale", a reference to Limbaugh's Oxycontin addiction. Most recently Barlow appears with other Springfield Republicans in the episode " E Pluribus Wiggum ", in which he tells Lisa to make Ralph Wiggum decide whether he wants to run for President as a Republican or a Democrat. Bleeding Gums Murphy [ edit] Bleeding Gums Murphy Hibbert (voiced by Ron Taylor and Daryl L. Coley) [25] is a jazz musician, idol, and mentor of Lisa Simpson. His real first name has never been mentioned; Murphy claimed his nickname came from the fact he had never once been to a dentist. Murphy's significant roles were in the episodes " Moaning Lisa " and " 'Round Springfield ", although he appears in other episodes such as " Bart the Daredevil " (where he is yellow), " Dancin' Homer ", " Old Money ", " Flaming Moe's ", " Bart Gets an "F" ", " Radio Bart ", and " Lisa's Pony ". In " Dancin' Homer ", he was voiced by Daryl L. Coley. [25] In " 'Round Springfield ", it is revealed that at one point he had enjoyed a fairly successful career, releasing an album ("Sax on the Beach") and appearing on Steve Allen 's The Tonight Show, [26] as well as one of the Cosby children's four grandfathers on an episode of The Cosby Show; but quickly lost his money feeding his $1500-a-day habit of purchasing and smashing Fabergé eggs. [27] Murphy taught Lisa to display her emotions through music, prompting Lisa to hold him as an important figure in her life. [27] His last appearance was in " 'Round Springfield ", [28] when, after Bart ends up in the hospital, Lisa wanders off to find Murphy in a nearby ward. He explains about his life, family, and work to her, as well as giving her advice for her upcoming school performance, giving her his saxophone. When Lisa returns, she finds out that Murphy has died from circumstances which are never revealed. No one, except for Lisa, attends Murphy's funeral. Lisa realizes that despite being gone physically, he still is alive in her, and honors his memory by having his album played at a local radio station. [26] It is strongly hinted that Murphy and Doctor Hibbert are long-lost brothers, most notably by Murphy's quote: "I don't really have a family. All I had was a little brother who grew up to become a doctor. He used to laugh at the most inappropriate times. " Hibbert laughs inappropriately (as he always does) and says, "Hey, I've got an older brother that I'll never see. He's a jazz musician or some such. Oh well, bye, bye. " [26] Both of them fail to recognize the other. Bleeding Gums Murphy is loosely based on Blind Willie Johnson, at whose feet the young Bleeding Gums character learned. [29] The voice of Bleeding Gums Murphy was provided by Ron Taylor, while his saxophone playing is provided by Dan Higgins. [30] As a sign of respect for the character, Murphy has been a fixture of the extended opening sequence of The Simpsons since the second season. Originally, even after his death, Bart would skateboard past him on the street. In " The Great Wife Hope ", Murphy is mentioned after Homer asks Carl if he knows Drederick Tatum. Carl takes offense, saying that just because he is African-American, he does not know every other African American in Springfield, of whom there are very few, anyway. Carl then says that he met Drederick Tatum while he was at a party with Dr. Hibbert at Murphy's house. [31] 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. Blinky [ edit] Blinky is a three-eyed orange fish featured primarily in " Two Cars in Every Garage and Three Eyes on Every Fish ". Likely mutated by toxic waste from the Springfield Nuclear Power Plant pouring into the river, Blinky became a major news story when he was caught by Bart Simpson. Mr. Burns defends the fish, arguing that his extra eye is merely the next step in evolution. Burns goes to the Simpsons' house for a meal to boost his race for governor. Marge, a supporter of Burns' opponent Mary Bailey, deliberately serves Blinky for dinner. Burns spits the fish out and subsequently loses the election. Blinky was briefly seen again in episodes " Homer's Odyssey " and " Raging Abe Simpson and His Grumbling Grandson in 'The Curse of the Flying Hellfish' ". Blinky also made a brief appearance in an underwater section of the tube-way Fry travels through in the pilot episode of the animated series Futurama, which was created by The Simpsons creator Matt Groening. Blinky also appears in an episode of Futurama ' s seventh season titled " T. : The Terrestrial "; Blinky is seen in a fish bowl on Jrrr's desk. Blue-Haired Lawyer [ edit] Mr. Burns' Lawyer, [32] also known as The Blue-Haired Lawyer (voiced by Dan Castellaneta), [33] is Springfield's most prominent and powerful lawyer. He first appeared in the second season episode " Bart Gets Hit by a Car ". [34] He is known for his blue hair and nasal New York City accent. He also occasionally appears to serve as a prosecutor. Unlike Lionel Hutz or Gil Gunderson, he is competent, although not necessarily ethical. He has served as Mr. Burns ' head lawyer, helping him out with threats of the Power Plant closing down and of Burns losing his money. He is a member of the Springfield Republican Party. His clients often tend to be antagonists of the Simpsons. The Blue-Haired Lawyer also played a very important role in Bart's emancipation in " Barting Over ". The character's demeanor and Castellaneta's voice for the character are based on Roy Cohn, best known as Joe McCarthy 's chief counsel during the Communist witchhunts in the 1950s and as future President Donald Trump 's lawyer during his early business career. [35] Animator Jim Reardon modeled the character's appearance on actor Charles Lane. [36] Booberella [ edit] Barbara Rollolinski, [37] more commonly known as Booberella, is a buxom television host who speaks with a Romanian accent. She is a parody of Cassandra Peterson 's character Elvira, Mistress of the Dark. Booberella's television show is a spoof of Elvira's Movie Macabre, a horror film anthology series. Booberella first appears in the episode " I'm Spelling as Fast as I Can ", in which Bart and Homer watch her show. Booberella's name alludes to Vampirella ( Forrest James Ackerman 's comic book vampire character) and to the 1968 cult film Barbarella, which stars Jane Fonda in the title role. Brandine Spuckler [ edit] Brandine Spuckler (voiced by Tress MacNeille) [2] is the wife of Cletus Spuckler. Brandine and Cletus are depicted as stereotypical yokels. Throughout the series, outlandish theories that the two are siblings, [38] boyfriend and girlfriend, [39] mother and son, [40] or father and daughter, have been suggested, with Cletus simply stating "they're all kinds of things". [41] In one episode, she is apparently the daughter of Cletus and an alien. She has suffered from rabies, [42] and admitted to being illiterate. [43] More recently, Brandine is shown fighting in the Iraq War. [44] She comes back revealing Cletus is the father of only two of the kids, casting doubt over the paternity of all the other children. [44] Assuming that all of the children believed to be Cletus' are also hers, Brandine has 45 specifically named children. Brandine and Cletus were married by Homer during his brief stint as a minister. [45] 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. Brandine has had several low-level jobs, such as working for Dairy Queen, a strip club, and an infantryman for the U. S. Army. She has also been in prison, where she developed a liking for indoor plumbing, which the Spuckler homestead lacks. Brunella Pommelhorst [ edit] Brunella Pommelhorst (voiced by Maggie Roswell in " Moaning Lisa " and Tress MacNeille in other episodes) is the gym teacher at Springfield Elementary School. he first appeared in " Moaning Lisa ", although his name is not mentioned until " The PTA Disbands " (when a little girl left hanging on the gymnastic rings after the teachers walk out due to a strike calls for "Mrs. Pommelhorst" to let her down). His name is a play on pommel horse, he has blond hair and usually wears a whistle and takes a tough-as-nails approach to teaching. In " Little Girl in the Big Ten ", he decides that because of the oath he took on Xena, he has to fail Lisa but decides to let her make it up by taking private lessons. In " My Fair Laddy ", he takes a leave of absence to get a sex-change operation and will return as "Mr. Pommelhorst" (implying that he is a transgender man), the new shop teacher and is replaced with Coach Krupt. Bumblebee Man [ edit] The Bumblebee Man (initially voiced by Dan Castellaneta and later by Hank Azaria) is the star of a Mexican Spanish-language television sitcom on Channel Ocho, in which he dresses in a bumblebee costume and performs Slapstick comedy. In the episode " Team Homer ", his bowling shirt bears the name " Pedro ", though he is informally referred to as " Chespirito ". He works at the same studio as Kent Brockman. His first appearance was in " Itchy & Scratchy: The Movie ". Bumblebee Man is rarely seen to take off his costume, even when by himself; the sole exception is the episode " 22 Short Films About Springfield ", in which his private life is shown. In this short segment, he is portrayed as innately clumsy rather than simply acting as such. In general, Bumblebee Man only speaks in simple, over-enunciated (and inaccurate) Spanish sentences. His catchphrases of choice are typically "¡Ay, ay, ay, no me gusta! " ("I don't like it! "), "¡Ay, ay, ay, no es bueno! " ("That's not good! ") and "¡Ay, Dios no me ama! " ("God doesn't love me! "). Quite commonly, his phrases will be intentionally sloppy Spanish. For example, in the episode " 22 Short Films About Springfield ", there are several words used that are not real (such as "wudpequero" for " woodpecker ", rather than the correct pájaro carpintero). The crude Spanish is used so that English-speaking viewers would still understand what was being said. [46] On occasions, he also speaks English, such as briefly in " Mr. Spritz Goes to Washington ". In " Bart Gets Famous ", he anchors the news with an articulate English accent, filling in for Kent Brockman, who would not report the news because he did not get his cheese Danish, which Bart stole to give to Krusty. Bumblebee Man is a caricature parody of El Chapulín Colorado, a character created and portrayed by Mexican television comedian Roberto Gómez Bolaños (a. k. a. "Chespirito"), and his show consists of simple skits, often involving heavy slapstick. [47] The staff have said that whenever they watched Univision, this character was "always on", thus they created Bumblebee Man, who is also always on the air when the Spanish-language channel is depicted. [48] His costume was based on one used in the Saturday Night Live sketch "The Killer Bees. " [49] In 2003, Azaria won a Primetime Emmy Award for Outstanding Voice-Over Performance for voicing Bumblebee Man, and various other characters. [50] C [ edit] C. H. U. M. [ edit] C. (voiced by Dan Castellaneta), short for Childlike Humanoid Urban Muchacho, is a robot that Martin Prince built in " Fat Man and Little Boy " for a science fair at Springfield Elementary School. In " Future-Drama " Martin dances with it at the prom in the future and the robot activates the self-destruction mechanism. In " Gorgeous Grampa ", Bart hit C. over the head with a folding chair and then proceeded to climb to the blackboard ledge and jump on the robot, breaking it. In " Looking for Mr. Goodbart " appears catching a Rattle Snitch on Peekimon Get on Frank Grimes ' grave. Capital City Goofball [ edit] The Capital City Goofball (voiced by Tom Poston) is the mascot for Capital City. His appearance seems to have been inspired by the mascot of the Philadelphia Phillies baseball team, the Phillie Phanatic. 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. The Capital City Goofball first appeared in the episode " Dancin' Homer " and shared the stage with Homer. He also appears in Radio Bart as one of many celebrities recording a charity single. 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. In " Bart vs. Lisa vs. the Third Grade ", the Capital City Goofball represents Capital City in the state legislature; he spent $80 million out of his own pocket to win the seat, and now is leading an effort to change the state's embarrassing, Confederate symbol-centered state flag. With the death of Tom Poston in 2007, the character was reduced to making minor background appearances and usual honking sounds, and has not spoken since "Bart and Lisa vs. the Third Grade". Captain Lance Murdock [ edit] Captain Lance Murdock (voiced by Dan Castellaneta) is a professional stunt devil who appeared more in the early days of the show rather than the newer episodes. He first appeared in " Bart the Daredevil " which featured him in more scenes than other episodes. He later appeared in " I Married Marge ", " Selma's Choice ", and " Viva Ned Flanders ". He was most recently featured when Krusty was flicking channels on his TV in " Today I Am a Clown ". He also appears in Lisa 's lecture about Lake Springfield in The Simpsons Movie sitting in the audience. His stunts often end in disaster, such as in "Viva Ned Flanders", and "Bart the Daredevil", where he states that he has broken every bone in his body after a failed stunt (he did have one unbroken bone, his thumb, but broke it when trying to give Bart a thumbs-up). His signature bike is the Suicycle and he has his own action figure complete with an ambulance. Carl Carlson [ edit] See List of recurring The Simpsons characters#Lenny and Carl Cecil Terwilliger [ edit] Cecil Underdunk Terwilliger (voiced by David Hyde Pierce) is the younger brother of Robert Underdunk Terwilliger, a. Sideshow Bob. His first appearance was in the season 8 episode " Brother from Another Series ", where it was revealed that Bob only got the job as Krusty 's sideshow ten years ago because Cecil, who had always wanted to be a children's entertainer, failed his audition. He later became Springfield 's "Chief Hydrological and Hydrodynamical Engineer" although he planned to blow up the new hydroelectric dam he was building, so that nobody would know how cheaply it was made. Cecil kept most of the building money for himself, making it look as if it was his brother. However, Sideshow Bob, Lisa and Bart worked together to successfully foil him. Eventually, after losing the money, Cecil attempted to kill Bart which Bob never could, but ironically, this was foiled by Bob himself. His second appearance was in the season 19 episode " Funeral for a Fiend ", where, following Robert's death, he convinced Bart to go to his cremation. It turned out, though, that Sideshow Bob faked the whole thing in another elaborate plot to kill Bart. He is voiced by David Hyde Pierce, who also plays the younger brother of Sideshow Bob's voice actor Kelsey Grammer 's character in Frasier. Cecil's mannerisms and his relationship with his brother are also loosely based on Niles and Frasier 's relationship in Frasier. Later, he appears in " O Brother, Where Bart Thou? ". Cesar and Ugolin [ edit] 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. In " Lisa the Greek ", they are briefly shown watching TV in their apartment, and in " To Courier with Love ", they are leathermakers who try to kill an endangered blue snake that Homer was supposed to send them to pay for a trip to France; they try to capture it on their own and fail. They take their character names from Cesar and Ugolin, father and son in the films Jean de Florette and Manon des Sources. Charlie [ edit] Charlie (voiced by Dan Castellaneta) works at the Springfield Nuclear Power Plant as the 'Dangerous Emissions Supervisor'. He was briefly replaced by Mindy Simmons, but she got fired afterwards due to alcoholism and disruptive behavior. His first appearance was in " Life on the Fast Lane ". He was briefly out of work due to an unnamed on-the-job injury, where he collected workers' compensation; however, future episodes show him back to work. [51] [52] He has a wife and two kids, [53] as well as a sister with a wooden leg (which Charlie used as a lucky bat). [54] In " The Trouble with Trillions ", Charlie tells Homer (who is working undercover) that he has plans to overrun the American government due to their stalling on making HDTV available; he is soon arrested by FBI agents for conspiracy. Dan Castellaneta said that he did "an imitation of Lenny " (voiced by Harry Shearer) for the voice. [55] Chase/Pyro [ edit] Chase, also known as Pyro, (voiced by Hank Azaria) is an American Gladiator. He is a parody of the real-life Gladiator Nitro. He first appears in the episode " A Milhouse Divided ", dating Luann after her divorce. Their relationship ends when she is caught cheating with his own best friend, Gladiator Gyro. 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 ". Cletus Spuckler [ edit] Cletus Delroy Spuckler, [56] commonly called Cletus the Slack-Jawed Yokel is a recurring character in the Fox animated series The Simpsons, voiced by Hank Azaria. Cletus is Springfield 's resident hillbilly stereotype, and speaks with a Southern United States accent. He is usually portrayed wearing a white sleeveless shirt and blue jeans. [56] He was named 7th in IGN 's Top 25 Simpsons Peripheral Characters. [57] Cletus was introduced during the fifth season of the show, in " Bart Gets an Elephant ", as one of the "slack-jawed yokels " gawking at Bart 's elephant Stampy. Cletus' voice is slightly deeper in this initial appearance than in later episodes. He, like the Sea Captain before him, was the go-to character for a quick laugh on the show, and is a staff favorite. He made several generic appearances on the show before being given his first name in " Home Sweet Homediddly-Dum-Doodily ". Cletus' low intelligence is usually portrayed as the result of inbreeding and jokes are occasionally made which refer to his partner Brandine being related to him. It has been suggested that Brandine is Cletus' mother, sister and even daughter, whom he fathered with an alien. The two are shown to have a large number of children with stereotypical "hillbilly" names, and add to their family casually. In the Season 19 episode " Apocalypse Cow ", one of his many daughters, Mary, received a cow from Bart, which Bart wanted Mary to care for. Cletus mistook this for a proposal, and almost married the two. He is said to have 70 kids, [58] at least 45 of whom have been named in episodes. The first name Cletus came from writer Jeff Martin 's boyhood little league baseball coach in Houston, Texas. [59] His last name was given as "Del Roy" in the episode " Behind the Laughter ". In " Marge vs. Singles, Seniors, Childless Couples and Teens, and Gays ", his name is given as "Cletus Spuckler" in a news report. In the episode " Sweets and Sour Marge " he signs his name on Marge's petition also as Cletus Spuckler. Coach Lugash [ edit] Coach Lugash (voiced by Dan Castellaneta) is a gym instructor who coached Lisa in the season 13 episode " Little Girl in the Big Ten ". He has anger problems and later makes brief appearances. Springfield Elementary gym teacher Brunella Pommelhorst mentions that he defected into East Germany from the West. Coach Krupt [ edit] Coach Krupt ( Hank Azaria), the new gym teacher at Springfield Elementary School following Miss Pummelhorst's departure in order to have a sex-change operation. He is obsessed with the game Bombardment and plays it relentlessly. Can be seen in season 20's " How the Test Was Won " training the students for their standardized tests and hurling rubber balls at those who give wrong answers and has since made minor cameos in later episodes. He has a wife, daughter, and son. [ citation needed] Cookie Kwan [ edit] Cookie Kwan (voiced by Tress MacNeille) is an Asian American real estate broker who first appears in the Season 9 Simpsons episode " Realty Bites ". She is the stereotypical competitive woman with a thick Asian accent that she has been trying to lose since she was a child. [60] She touts herself as being "number one on the West Side", although she also works on the East Side. [60] She is very aggressive toward anyone she deems a threat to her business, evidenced by when she threatens Gil Gunderson. [60] She once attempted to seduce Ned Flanders, [61] has had an illegitimate baby with Mayor Quimby, [62] and has flirted with Homer. [63] She is friends with Lindsey Naegle. [63] She is a Republican. [64] She is played by MacNeille with a strong and harsh stereotypical Chinese accent. [ citation needed] Count Dracula [ edit] Count Dracula (voiced by Hank Azaria) is a vampire based on the character of same name. He is often seen as a member in the Springfield Republican Party, as a vampire with white skin, and black suit and cloak. Cowboy Bob [ edit] Cowboy Bob (voiced by Albert Brooks and Dan Castellaneta) is an RV salesman who first appeared in the episode The Call of the Simpsons. Bob works at Bob's RV Roundup but he doesn't own the place (the story of which is untold). He is your typical rookie salesman who manages to sell Homer a cheap old RV due to Homers lack of financial funds. His name came from the term "Cowboy" which is used to describe a person who considers themselves to be so good they can ignore the usual rules. Brooks add's the voice to all speaking roles of the character apart from the episode Mobile Homer of which he is then voiced by Castellaneta. Cowboy Bob appears in the episodes The Call of the Simpsons, Bart Gets an "F", When Flanders Failed, Mobile Homer and Yellow Subterfuge. He also has a small part in The Simpsons Movie. [65] Crazy Cat Lady [ edit] Eleanor Abernathy [66] (voiced by Tress MacNeille), better known as the Crazy Cat Lady, is a woman with the appearance and behavior of a stereotypical mentally ill animal hoarder. She first appears in " Girly Edition ". Abernathy is always surrounded by a large number of cats, and in every appearance she screams gibberish or throws cats at passersby. [67] She gives Lisa one of her cats, Snowball V, who looks exactly like her original Snowball II. [68] Despite appearing older by her white hair and careless appearance, she is the same age as Marge, Homer and Moe. [66] Abernathy was once a bright, vibrant young woman whose dreams came to a tragic end. 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. At 16, she began studying for law school, and by 24 she earned a law degree from Yale Law School and a medical degree from Harvard Medical School. Sadly, Eight years later when she turned 32, Abernathy suffered from psychological exhaustion, became an alcoholic, and sought solace in her pet cat. In the present, the once-promising young doctor/lawyer has now become a raving, cat-hoarding lunatic. [69] Abernathy briefly reverts to her sanity and high intelligence thanks to some pills that she shows the Simpsons, but after Marge points out that the pills are actually Reese's Pieces candy, Abernathy abruptly resumes her deranged behavior. [70] When participating in a mayoral election, she lucidly discusses topics such as health care, economy and public education in between her screams and gibberish. [66] In the episode " Eeny Teeny Maya Moe ", Abernathy reveals that she once owned a cat with Moe Szyslak after he says that there "Is a much creepier guy right next to me. " from a public library computer. She yells "You know I'm a woman! " and also that their cat had kittens; she then proclaims that "These are yours! " and insanely throws three cats at him. She is also seen in " The Blue and the Gray " flirting (and swapping animals) with another mentally ill person carrying dogs, who has been affectionately nicknamed 'Crazy Dog Man'. In the episode " A Midsummer's Nice Dream ", Abernathy is shown to be a hoarder. After Marge helps her clean up her house, she begins speaking normally and wearing proper clothing. Later, in an attempt to fix Marge's new hoarding problem, Abernathy reverts to her crazy self, reclaiming all of the hoarded junk and calling her cats back to her. [71] In the episode " Monty Burns' Fleeing Circus ", Abernathy shows she has an opera-quality singing voice. Crusher and Lowblow [ edit] Crusher (also referred to as Joey) and Lowblow are a pair of stereotypical henchmen often found in the employment of Montgomery Burns as he prefers the hands-on touch you only get with hired goons. Crusher's first appearance was in the second-season episode " Blood Feud " where he is seen escorting Homer off the premises of the Springfield Nuclear Power Plant. The two seem to be on first name terms as Homer calls him Joey. Their first appearance together was in the episode " Last Exit to Springfield " when the two of them kidnap Homer and take him to Burns Manor. They introduce themselves as "hired goons" The pair rarely had speaking roles and were often used as Mr Burns' henchmen (and the henchmen for The Blue-Haired Lawyer as seen in the beginning of "Lisa the Beauty Queen" and several scenes in "Lady Bouvier's Lover"). D [ edit] Database [ edit] Database or Data (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. He first appeared in the episode " Bart's Comet " as a member of "the Super Friends". He has since had speaking parts in several episodes. He is usually seen with his fellow nerd Martin Prince. Database is a common target for Nelson, Dolph, Jimbo and Kearney. Database is part of the group of boys who invade Shelbyville in " Lemon of Troy ". He is one of the Pre-Teen Braves in the episode " The Bart of War ". He is a member of the school band, as seen in " The PTA Disbands ". Database is known for his annoying, nerdy voice which is supplied by Nancy Cartwright. Database's father is shown in " Lemon of Troy ", although he utters no dialogue and is only in the background and has not appeared since that episode. [72] Matt Groening has stated that Database is his least favorite character in the show. [73] Dave Shutton [ edit] Dave Shutton, voiced by Harry Shearer, [2] is a reporter for The Springfield Shopper. Writer John Swartzwelder named Shutton after a friend of his. [74] His first appearance was in " Two Cars in Every Garage and Three Eyes on Every Fish ". Since then, his roles have become less relevant and have been reduced to short appearances. According to " Who Shot Mr. Burns? (Part Two) ", Kent Brockman does not like Dave Shutton and thinks he is unprofessional. [75] [76] [77] Declan Desmond [ edit] Declan Desmond (voiced by Eric Idle of Monty Python fame) is an odd and skeptical English documentary filmmaker who has directed several films, including Do You Want Lies with That?, American Boneheads: A Day In The Life Of Springfield Elementary, Growing Up Springfield, Ain't No Mountain: A Blind Man Climbs Everest, and The Spy Who Learned Me. Growing Up Springfield is his most notable documentary. It follows the lives of the inhabitants of Springfield, starting when they were in third grade and continuing every eight years. Desmond appeared in the episodes " 'Scuse Me While I Miss the Sky " and " Fat Man and Little Boy " and his Growing Up Springfield series were featured in the episode " Springfield Up ". The Desmond character appears to be loosely based on British director Michael Apted, who is known for his Up Series of documentaries following groups of individuals as they age. Dewey Largo [ edit] Dewey Largo, voiced by Harry Shearer, is the music teacher, whom Lisa credited with proving that any piece of music could have the soul sucked out of it. Like most of the staff of Springfield Elementary, Largo has long since lost all passion for his job as conductor, and cares little for creativity or music anymore. He is always seen in the opening sequence, teaching his class and throwing Lisa out of his band class when she plays a tune on her saxophone. His last name, Largo, is also an Italian word for a slow, broad, musical tempo, [78] likely a reference to the fact that he can make any piece of music uninteresting. He is a lover of the music of John Philip Sousa, and is incredulous when Lisa suggests the school band plays something different. [ citation needed] However, he does seem to have some appreciation for Lisa's musical talent, as shown when he advises his replacement to "just teach the one with the starfish head, and you'll be okay". He has not played a large role in the series, but was originally intended to be an uptight foil for Lisa and her non-conformist ways. After the first few seasons, Mr. Largo was rarely seen. However, he has since resurfaced as a recurring character in the seventeenth season, making appearances in several episodes after. In the 17th season, in the episode " Homer's Paternity Coot, " it is revealed that Largo was accepted to the Juilliard School, but never got the letter as it was frozen atop Mount Springfield. He ended up at Springfield Elementary instead. In season 22's Elementary School Musical, after attending a performing arts camp, Lisa is warned by Mr Largo that he also attended one as a child, and that they just "fill your head with sugarcandy dreams that can't come true. " A recurring gag since the 17th-season episode " See Homer Run ", are allusions that Largo is gay. The 22nd-season episode " Flaming Moe " confirmed that Largo is gay and in a relationship with an older man, also named Dewey. In " Eeny Teeny Maya Moe ", Dr. Nick mistakenly makes Mr Largo shorter, instead of Moe. It is implied Dr. Nick was about to give Moe the sex-change operation that was originally meant for Largo, as he is heard to cry: "I look nothing like Julie Newmar! ". My Fair Laddy reveals that he is considered the second least important employee of the school after Willie, as he is demoted to groundskeeper after Willie leaves. [ citation needed] Disco Stu [ edit] Disco Stu, real name Stuart Discothèque [79] (voiced by Hank Azaria), is a man who is mentally stuck in the disco era. [80] He is normally featured wearing a rhinestone -encrusted leisure suit. Stu was introduced as the punchline to a joke in " Two Bad Neighbors ". In a rummage sale, Homer attempts to sell a jacket on which he had once tried to write "Disco Stud" in rhinestones, but having made the letters too big he did not have room for the final "d". 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. " [80] Stu's speech pattern is similar to that of Duffman, also voiced by Hank Azaria; he speaks in the third person, often referring to himself as "Disco Stu" (emphasizing "Stu" and then pausing before saying anything else; whatever follows usually rhymes with "Stu"). According to " How I Spent My Strummer Vacation ", Stu actually is aware disco is dead, does not like disco music at all, and worries that his personality may make him a "one-note guy". He got an annulment from Pope John Paul II after a brief marriage to Selma Bouvier. [81] [82] In " How I Wet Your Mother ", Professor Frink creates a device that allows people to enter the dreams of others. He stated he had already used the device "To cure another Springfielder of his particular obsession" at which point Stu walks into the frame in khakis and a collared shirt saying "Normal Stu likes normal things. " In " Homer Scissorhands ", Stu is seen attending a ball alone, saying his girlfriend is not feeling well. She is then seen arriving arm-in-arm with Krusty the Clown. In the episode " Springfield Up ", it is revealed that in his younger years, he had a budding career as a sea captain, going by the name of "Nautical Stu", and only finds the joy of disco music when Marge puts some on while taking his picture for his captain's license. Show runner Bill Oakley described the original Disco Stu as "an old, wrinkly John Travolta ". Stu was originally to be voiced by repeat guest star Phil Hartman. However, when the animators remodeled the character, Hartman was not available to dub the voice and so Hank Azaria took over the role. [83] Out of 25, IGN named Stu the 24th top peripheral character in The Simpsons. [84] Doctor Colossus [ edit] Doctor Colossus, voiced by Hank Azaria, is a supervillain and mad scientist who resides in Springfield. He has light blue skin and wears a white laboratory coat, gloves and goggles. Doctor Colossus is a minor character and usually only appears in the background. The character first appeared in the episode " Lisa vs. Malibu Stacy ". Dolph Starbeam [ edit] Dolph Starbeam, voiced by Tress MacNeille (though on " The Telltale Head ", Dolph was voiced by Pamela Hayden, while Tress MacNeille voiced Jimbo Jones), is a bully and student at Springfield Elementary School. Dolph is recognized by his asymmetrical haircut which covers one eye; he wears cutoff shorts and basketball shoes. He is a 14-year-old. [85] Drederick Tatum [ edit] Drederick Tatum (voiced by Hank Azaria) has appeared in several episodes. He is a professional boxer and the reigning world heavyweight champion. He features prominently in the episode " The Homer They Fall ", in which Homer takes up boxing and is lined up as an opponent for Tatum, soon to be released from prison. The fight proves one-sided, and Homer is rescued by Moe just as he is about to be knocked out by Tatum. 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. " The 1984 Olympic gold medalist, he first became world champion after defeating Watson in the heavily promoted "Bout to Knock the Other Guy Out", a fight Homer and his friends watched on his illegal cable hookup. He was so feared inside prison, he could stop riots just by telling the rioters to "shut up". Tatum also appears in " Bye Bye Nerdie ". In which, Lisa swabs him with nerd sweat, which forces Nelson Muntz to involuntarily get up and start punching Tatum and give him a wedgie, to little effect. A sobbing Nelson tries to apologize but Tatum rolls up his sleeves and declares "you leave me little recourse". Tatum is a parody of Mike Tyson, with a high-pitched lisping voice, a menacing demeanor, a criminal record, financial problems, and a tendency to make pseudo-intellectual comments like "I insist that you desist" and "your behavior is unconscionable". He also has an unscrupulous manager named Lucius Sweet, who closely resembles Tyson's promoter and manager Don King. Indeed, in " The Homer They Fall ", Homer notes that Sweet "is as rich and famous as Don King, and looks just like him". King and Tyson were asked to appear in the episode but declined. Paul Winfield, who played King in a 1995 Tyson biopic, took the role instead. Dr. Nick [ edit] Dr. Nicholas Riviera (usually referred to as Dr. Nick) is an inept physician voiced by Hank Azaria. Upon entering a scene, Dr. Nick's catchphrase is "Hi, everybody! ", with the characters present responding "Hi, Dr. Nick! ". He frequently appears on infomercials, pitching all sorts of bizarre medical offers or endorsing dubious devices, and has often turns his operations into TV spectacles. He is also shown as an inventor/huckster on the television show I Can't Believe They Invented It!. The design of Dr. Nick is modeled physically on Gábor Csupó, the co-founder of Klasky Csupo animation studios (which animated the series for its first three seasons and The Tracey Ullman Show shorts). [86] The animators mistakenly believed that Hank Azaria was impersonating Csupó, when in fact he was doing an impression of Ricky Ricardo from the TV series I Love Lucy. [87] He is named after George C. Nichopoulos, a former physician best known for over-prescribing prescription drugs to Elvis Presley and contributing to his death from cardiac arrest in 1977. [88] IGN placed Dr. Nick 23rd on their list of the "Top 25 Simpsons Peripheral Characters". [89] The character was listed in Entertainment Weekly 's "30 Great TV Doctors and Nurses" and in Philadelphia Magazine 's "10 Best Doctors on Television". [90] [91] In a tongue-in-cheek analysis, the Canadian Medical Association Journal ( CMAJ) compared the services of Riviera and Dr. Hibbert. It concluded that Riviera was a better role model for physicians. [92] Duffman [ edit] Barry Duffman, better known as Duffman and voiced by Hank Azaria, is a recurring character who, according to Chris Turner, "embodies all the self-importance and over-statement of contemporary marketing. " [93] He is the mascot for the fictional Duff Corporation that sells Duff Beer, [94] and is based on Budweiser 's former mascot Bud Man. Duffman is a muscular actor, dressed in a superhero costume who spouts slogans while he thrusts his hips. [93] Duffman's thrusts were first acted out by Brad Bird. His catchphrase, "Oh, yeah! ", is a nod to the Yello song " Oh Yeah ", which many advertisers began to use when Ferris Bueller's Day Off made it a hit. While loyal to his corporate sponsors, in the season 15 episode " Co-Dependent's Day ", Duffman reveals he is ashamed of betraying his Jewish heritage by doing a Nazi-esque performance at Oktoberfest ("This reich will last a thousand beers! Oh, ja! [muttering]: I do this, and I'm Jewish. "). 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). " Jaws Wired Shut " revealed that all the actors who have played Duffman have died, a nod to the Marlboro Man deaths, ("Duffman can never die; only the actors who play him"), which sheds some light on the so-called continuity error in which Duffman was referred to as "Larry" in " Pygmoelian ". Howard K. Duff called him "Sid", in " Hungry, Hungry Homer ", and in " Old Yeller Belly ", he self-identifies (while out of character) as "Barry Duffman". In " Waiting for Duffman ", in which Duffman retires temporarily and is replaced by Homer, his name is Barry Huffman. Duffman's first appearance was in the ninth-season episode " The City of New York vs. Homer Simpson " in 1997. Incidentally, a comic book character named "Duffman" was featured in the cover of the program for the 1994 San Diego Comic-Con, drawn by Simpsons illustrators Steve Vance and Bill Morrison. [96] There are also international, culture-specific versions of Duffman for the overseas markets. Duffmensch, the German version of Duffman, wears a blue pickelhaube helmet and blue spandex lederhosen with a dark leather waistbelt with beer-can holders that look like ammunition pouches. He uses the German language slogan Oh Ja!. 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! They are still played by the American Duffman and have his mannerisms. E [ edit] Eddie [ edit] Eddie, voiced by Harry Shearer, [2] is one of the Springfield police officers. He may be the biological father of Ralph Wiggum as evidenced by his matching hair. He first appeared in the first season episode " There's No Disgrace Like Home ". [97] Like Lou, he does not have a surname. He is not as smart as Lou. Thanksgiving ", Eddie was animated to Lou's voice and Lou was animated to Eddie's. [98] Elizabeth Hoover [ edit] Elizabeth Hoover is a second grade teacher at Springfield Elementary, voiced by Maggie Roswell and Marcia Mitzman Gaven while Roswell was involved in a pay dispute. Miss Hoover has been worn down by her years in the public school system, and in " Lisa Gets an "A" " implies that she frequently drinks during lunch. In the episode " Lisa's Substitute ", she thought she had lyme disease. She is very apathetic and bored with her job. She is often seen smoking even while teaching, once even under a "No Smoking" sign in the assembly hall. Her desperate attempts to regain her stability include rushing out of class to recite "Calm blue ocean, calm blue ocean" with her eyes closed, getting into her car and driving off on two occasions, and even letting Ralph teach the class after she was granted tenure and therefore free to do almost anything she wants. F [ edit] Fallout Boy [ edit] In the series, Fallout Boy first appears in a 1950s Radioactive Man serial film shown at a comic book convention in the episode " Three Men and a Comic Book ". However, unlike many Simpsons characters, he has only made a handful of appearances since. While Radioactive Man is a broad parody of many superheroes, most obviously containing elements of Batman and Superman (and the comic incorporates an origin story similar to Marvel 's Hulk), among others, Fallout Boy is mainly a parody of Robin (with his costume, references as being the 'young ward' of Radioactive Man, and his younger age and sidekick status) with elements of Spider-Man (his fictional comic book origin, for example). His catchphrase is "Jiminy Jillickers! " Fallout Boy also appears in a real-life comic book titled Radioactive Man, published by Bongo Comics (a comic created in part by Matt Groening, the creator of The Simpsons). In these comic books, Fallout Boy's real name is Rod Runtledge, he has a brother named Dodd. They live in Zenith City. Rod is a high school nerd living with his aunt, Aunt June. Fallout Boy was an average book worm, until one day, he was at a Radioactive demonstration, where he met up with Claude Kane. A tall piece of machinery fell towards them. Claude grabbed Rod and jumped over the rail, Claude holding onto the machine. The machine came to life, and as the ray passed through Claude, who became Radioactive Man, it hit Rod. Rod then got a pint-sized version of Radioactive Man's powers and became Fallout Boy. In the episode "Radioactive Man", Milhouse was chosen over Bart to play Fallout Boy in the Radioactive Man movie to be filmed in Springfield. Rock band Fall Out Boy is named after this character. [99] Francesca Terwilliger [ edit] Francesca Terwilliger is voiced by Maria Grazia Cucinotta, is the wife of Robert Underdunk Terwilliger, better known as Sideshow Bob. She first appears in the season 17 episode " The Italian Bob ", when Sideshow Bob moved to Italy to get away from Bart for a fresh start. He became the mayor of a small Tuscan village and married Francesca, with whom he had a son called Gino, although Sideshow Bob never told her, or indeed anyone about his murderous past. However, when the Simpsons visited Italy, Lisa got drunk at a feast and told the whole town of the things he had done. After being thrown out of his village, Bob swore a vendetta against the Simpsons, which Francesca encouraged, saying they brought dishonor to the whole family. She helped her husband try (and fail) to kill them at the Colosseum. Her second appearance comes in the season 19 episode " Funeral for a Fiend ", in which Sideshow Bob fakes his own death in a convoluted plot to kill Bart. Frank Grimes [ edit] Frank Grimes (voiced by Hank Azaria), occasionally referred to as "Grimey" much to his displeasure, was a 35-year-old everyman and consummate professional who had struggled through a lifetime of hardship. Grimes makes his only canonical appearance in the series in " Homer's Enemy " in which he is a new employee at the power plant. Throughout the episode, Grimes's professionalism is repeatedly contrasted with Homer Simpson 's idiocy, gluttony, and laziness, making Grimes increasingly frustrated and angry with Homer. True to the name of the episode, Grimes eventually declares Homer his enemy after his co-worker gets him into serious trouble with his new boss Mr. Burns. After several failed attempts to expose Homer's stupidity and irresponsibility, Grimes makes one final attempt by tricking Homer into entering a nuclear power plant design contest intended for kids. After Homer is declared the winner, Grimes snaps, declaring that he can also be as lazy and moronic as Homer, and should be able to get away with it just as Homer does. As he runs amok through the plant, Grimes, declaring that he does not need safety gloves, grabs two high-voltage wires and is fatally electrocuted. As a final inadvertent insult, Homer sleeps through the funeral and amuses the assembled mourners with his insensitivity, who laugh as Grimes's coffin is lowered. Grimes has been referenced in several later episodes, first in " Natural Born Kissers ", where Homer finds an old pamphlet to Grimes's funeral. In " Treehouse of Horror XII ", Grimes is one of the faces on the Wailing Wall. His tombstone appears in " Alone Again, Natura-Diddily " and was also kicked by Homer in " My Mother the Carjacker ". His son, Frank Grimes Jr., sought to avenge his father's death by killing Homer in " The Great Louse Detective ". In the non-canon season twenty-eight episode "Treehouse of Horror XXVII", the ghost of Frank Grimes appears as part of Sideshow Bob 's army of the Simpsons' enemies. [100] [101] 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). Frankie the Squealer [ edit] Frank Savioz [ citation needed], nicknamed " Frankie the Squealer " (voiced by Dan Castellaneta), is a member of the Mafia and associate of Fat Tony. However, he does not appear to be very useful to his colleagues in criminal activity due to his uncontrollable habit of squealing (he claims that "it makes [him] feel big"), even squealing on himself one time. On several occasions, the mob has attempted to kill him for his squealing, though they have repeatedly been unsuccessful. Frankie first appeared in the episode " Insane Clown Poppy " where his squealing habits are introduced after he squeals on himself for squealing. G [ edit] Gil Gunderson [ edit] Gil Gunderson, a. Ol' Gil, is voiced by Dan Castellaneta [33] and first appeared in the ninth season episode " Realty Bites " as a real estate agent with Lionel Hutz 's Red Blazer Realty. [102] He is a spoof of actor Jack Lemmon 's portrayal of Shelley Levene in the 1992 film adaptation of the play Glengarry Glen Ross. [102] (Lemmon himself voiced a character similar to Levene in the eighth season episode " The Twisted World of Marge Simpson ". ) [103] Show runner Mike Scully said that the writers thought that Gil would be "a one-shot thing". [104] "Castellaneta was so funny at the table read doing the character [that] we kept making up excuses in subsequent episodes to put him in", Scully said. [102] Writer Dan Greaney said it was a great take-off on Levene to make Gil more desperate than he was. Even so, the writers like to write Gil with "a little bit of the old sparkle" left in him. [105] Since the retirement of the character Lionel Hutz (after voice actor Phil Hartman 's death), Gil has been working as the Simpsons' lawyer in later episodes, though he has appeared in that role much less frequently than Lionel did (most scenes where one of the Simpsons is in court have either made their attorney an anonymous figure or simply ignored him or her). Gil's work history includes many unsuccessful sales jobs, a position where he committed theft and was busted by the IRS for it, another job where he lost the entire company payroll at a Las Vegas casino, and a 2009 stint when he was hired by the Springfield Police Department after he was able to free Chief Wiggum after he handcuffed himself to his desk. He always gets fired, often for just being incompetent but sometimes out of bad luck (he lost his job at Costington's when he refused to take back a gift he had sold to Lisa so that the CEO's granddaughter could have it, and Marge fires him from her Mother Hubbard's Sandwich Shop for no real reason). His way of selling is disastrous, as he is usually very unconfident, naturally bumbling, and tends to come off as needy, especially as he almost always refers to himself in the third person, as "Ol' Gil". In " Natural Born Kissers " it was mentioned that Gil lives in a balloon, and he's seen in "Rise of the Guardians" noting that he resides in the city's sewer system. In 2006, " Kill Gil, Volumes I & II ", the only episode to center on Gil, won a Writers Guild of America Award in the animation category. [106] It is also revealed in the Simpsons episodes that he is a grandfather now, and is seen with his granddaughter at daycare. Gino Terwilliger [ edit] Gino Terwilliger, voiced by Tress MacNeille, is Sideshow Bob and his wife Francesca 's toddler son. He has the same bizarre hair as his father and his paternal grandmother, as well as the same hatred for Bart Simpson. He first appears in the season 17 episode " The Italian Bob ", when Sideshow Bob moved to Italy to start a new life, without anyone knowing, not even his own family, about his murderous history. 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. The Simpsons flee the town, with Gino and his parents in hot pursuit. When they finally corner the Simpsons at the Colosseum, Gino is seen to be extremely agile and adept with a knife, as well as having a taste for violence; so much so, in fact, that Bob is heard to whisper to Francesca: "I don't want to brag, but he's evil at an eighth-grade level. " Unfortunately, for him, they were saved by Krusty, who needed some people to help him smuggle antiquities. Gino makes his second appearance in the season 19 episode " Funeral for a Fiend ", where it is mentioned that after leaving Italy, he and his parents toured around London for a while before sneaking into America on a train. He, and all of the other members of Bob's family played a part in a complicated plan to finish off Bart for good. However, they were foiled by Lisa Simpson and were arrested by Chief Wiggum. Gloria [ edit] Gloria Dickson, voiced by Julia Louis-Dreyfus is Snake 's girlfriend. She is a meter maid. She first appears in " A Hunka Hunka Burns in Love ", dating Mr. She ends up leaving him to return to her ex-boyfriend Snake. 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. She appears once again in " Sex, Pies and Idiot Scrapes ", where she is now pregnant. However, in " Homer and Lisa Exchange Cross Words ", they have broken up. Then, in " Wedding For Disaster ", they apparently got married. God [ edit] God, voiced by Harry Shearer, has had many appearances in the series, including " Homer the Heretic ", " Thank God, It's Doomsday ", and " Pray Anything ". He also appears in the opening sequence. He is portrayed in the traditional depiction of the Abrahamic God: a gray-haired man in a white robe with a booming voice. In most episodes, only his beard is seen. One of God's distinctive features is that he and Jesus are the only two The Simpsons characters to have been drawn with five fingers on each hand and five toes on each foot. According to showrunner Al Jean, " The Simpsons is one of the few shows on TV where God is not only very real, but he's a kind of vengeful Old Testament God. " Grady [ edit] Grady is voiced by Scott Thompson. He is Julio 's lover. In " Three Gays of the Condo ", Marge finds a note that says she wanted to dump Homer before they get married. This upsets Homer and he finds a new place to live. Julio and Grady needed a third person in the apartment. He agrees to stay with them. Later, Homer loves Marge again; he moves out. Before Homer moved out, it is revealed Grady loves Homer. Homer runs away saying "I will only hurt you! " Grady and Julio make small appearances in several other episodes. Greta Wolfcastle [ edit] Greta Wolfcastle, voiced by Reese Witherspoon, is the daughter of action movie star Rainier Wolfcastle. She first appeared in " The Bart Wants What It Wants " when Milhouse develops a crush on her, yet Bart goes out on a date with her instead. After Bart decided he was becoming too needy, the two broke up, which causes Milhouse to go back to Canada with Greta & the two get in a fight during a curling game. Gunter and Ernst [ edit] Gunter Schmidt and Ernst Hammerstein, Las Vegas-style entertainers voiced by Harry Shearer and Hank Azaria, are obvious parodies of Siegfried & Roy: they speak with German accents, their act involves magic and white tigers, and one has black hair while the other has bleached-blond hair. The duo appear in " Viva Ned Flanders ", " $pringfield ", " The Two Mrs. Nahasapeemapetilons ", and " Jazzy and the Pussycats ". In "Jazzy and the Pussycats", they are seen at Amber Simpson 's funeral. In video game The Simpsons Game, it is revealed they performed at an aquarium. In a case of life imitating art, the 1993 episode " $pringfield " (the first episode featuring Gunter and Ernst) depicts the duo being savagely mauled by their trademark white tiger, Anastasia. Ten years later, the trained white tiger Montecore dragged Roy Horn off-stage by his neck during a performance at The Mirage. According to the DVD commentary on this episode on the Simpsons season five DVD set, the part where Gunter and Ernst get attacked is considered "the greatest prediction" the Simpsons ever made, but it was "bound to happen" considering how the tiger was treated. H [ edit] Hans Moleman [ edit] Hans Moleman, voiced by Dan Castellaneta, is the retconned name of an earlier character named "Ralph Melish". He was renamed when a writer noticed he looked like a mole man. [78] A seemingly elderly man, Moleman is sometimes portrayed as a resident of the Springfield Retirement Castle, although in a deleted scene from the episode " Brother from Another Series " he is shown to live in a house under a dam. He has cataracts and is almost entirely blind, [107] which has severely impaired his reading ability and has led to repeated revokings of his driver's license. He carries a cane to walk with. Although he appears to be elderly, in fact, Hans Moleman claims to be 31 years old, and that "drinking has ruined [his] life". However, in episode 13 of season 26, " Walking Big & Tall ", he is revealed to be the former mayor of Springfield, but he is banished from Springfield on a horse by the angry townsfolk when Moe Szyslak discovers that a song Moleman made Springfield's city anthem 30 years before was in fact a rip-off of another town's anthem. He is also the host of a radio program titled, "Moleman in the Morning" on Springfield radio station KJAZZ. His character is based on a character created by Tex Avery, Droopy. Like many recurring characters, Hans Moleman does not have a fixed occupation, but rather has had a wide variety of careers over the course of the series. Hans Moleman's appearances usually come in the form of a running gag where he is killed by various accidents, yet inexplicably returns unharmed in subsequent episodes. [108] He has been torched by a solar ray, drilled in the head by Mr. Burns, executed via the electric chair, eaten by alligators, sucked up by roombas, buried alive, smothered by an anti-escape orb, and crushed by various different objects on several occasions. In The Simpsons Movie, Homer's car runs him over. He has also suffered many non-fatal accidents such as getting hit in the groin by a football during his indie film and crashing his car into the Planet Hype restaurant. The Happy Little Elves [ edit] The Happy Little Elves are a parody of The Smurfs, who appeared more often in the show's earlier episodes, e. g. watched on videocassette in " Some Enchanted Evening ". They are a favorite of Maggie Simpson. Bart, however, hates them; he mainly refers to them as either "those stupid elves" "The Crappy Little Elves", or "The Little Green Idiots". Their movies include Return of The Happy Little Elves, an unnamed Christmas movie as seen in Simpsons Roasting on an Open Fire, The Happy Little Elves Meet The Curious Bear Cubs ( Some Enchanted Evening), The Happy Little Elves in Tinkly Winkly Town, and The Happy Little Elves meet Fuzzy Snuggleduck (which was listed as an R-rated movie along with Thelma & Louise and The Erotic Awakening of S on Rancho Relaxo's cable system). They were first mentioned in a short on The Tracey Ullman Show entitled "Scary Movie". The most recent appearance they had was in Lisa Simpson, This Isn't Your Life in November 2010. In more current episodes, they appear as wall decorations in Maggie's and Lisa's rooms. They were also seen in The Simpsons Ride. Helen Lovejoy [ edit] Helen Lovejoy (née Schwartzbaum), voiced by Maggie Roswell and Marcia Mitzman Gaven, is Rev. Lovejoy 's judgmental, heartless and gossipy wife, and the mother of Jessica Lovejoy. She introduced herself in the episode " Life on the Fast Lane " as "the gossipy wife of the minister". Her catchphrase is "What about the children?! Won't somebody please think of the children!? " which she always says among a crowd when something bad is happening in the city. In " Wedding for Disaster ", the Parson implies Helen is a transgender woman who used to be named Harold Schwartzbaum. In " E Pluribus Wiggum ", it is revealed that Helen is a Republican (she is seen at the Springfield Republican meeting, which takes place in a scary castle atop a hill). In the " Treehouse of Horror XX " story, "Don't Have a Cow, Mankind", it is revealed that Mrs. Lovejoy is Lisa's godmother. Herman Hermann [ edit] Herman Hermann, voiced by Harry Shearer, [2] is the owner of Herman's Military Antiques. In reply to a question by Bart, he insinuates that he lost his arm when he stuck it out the window of a school bus. In the episode " To Cur with Love ", he is seen in a flashback losing his arm hitchhiking when he is sideswiped by an animal control van. A brilliant military tactician, Herman was instrumental in Bart's victory in water balloon combat against Nelson and in the negotiation of the peace treaty between the two combatants in " Bart the General ", which is his first and most significant appearance. He is friends with Abraham Simpson, to whom he sold a fez, claiming it was previously owned by Napoleon; Herman then advertised Abe's old hat as "the hat McKinley was shot in". He also tried to sell counterfeit jeans out of the Simpsons' garage, but was foiled by Marge Simpson in " The Springfield Connection ". He once captured Chief Wiggum and Snake and held them hostage, but was accidentally knocked out by Milhouse with a medieval mace, rescuing them. He is always seen a somewhat dangerous character, dressing in military fatigues, and speaking in a slow, gravelly voice (he is also often seen with an unlit cigarette in his mouth). In the opening credits of a later episode the billboard reads, 'Herman's Military Antiques (and guns)'. It is revealed and mentioned at various points that he keeps a loaded shotgun under the counter, and has various other firearms at his disposal. Harry Shearer does an impression of George H. W. Bush for the voice. [109] Herman's facial appearance is modeled after Simpsons writer John Swartzwelder. [109] The original idea behind Herman, said Groening, was that each time he appeared, he would give a different explanation for how he lost his arm. However, the second joke, involving Herman having stuck his arm in a ball return at a bowling alley, got cut, and the writers never pursued the idea. [110] J [ edit] Jack Marley [ edit] Jack Marley is voiced by Dan Castellaneta, with a voice resembling Droopy Dog. He is a former worker at the Nuclear Plant who was forced to retire with a lavish retirement party. 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. He is seen in " Marge in Chains " at the court as the foreman of Marge's trial. He is later seen in " Simpson Tide " mopping the floor and informs Homer he is off the hook when all the Naval Judges leave, having been indicted in various scandals. He possibly lives in the Retirement Castle and is rarely seen in the series. Jamshed Nahasapeemapetilon [ edit] Jamshed " Jay " Nahasapeemapetilon, voiced by Nancy Cartwright, Utkarsh Ambudkar for adult voice, is Apu's nephew and Sanjay's son. His first appearance is in " Homer the Heretic ", when he is left in charge of the Kwik-E-Mart alone, he pulls out a gun, scaring Jimbo, Kearney and Dolph. In " Much Apu About Something ", he's a young adult and is now called "Jay". After Sanjay retires, he gives his share of the store to Jay and turns the Kwik-E-Mart into a healthy food market called Quick & Fresh. Janey Powell [ edit] Janey Powell, voiced by Pamela Hayden, is a classmate and friend of Lisa Simpson. Janey first appeared in " Moaning Lisa " and is Lisa's closest friend. She has been at Lisa's sleepovers, and Lisa is seen watching cartoons at her house on numerous occasions. Her description on The Simpsons POG set described her as "Lisa's fair-weather friend". Though she is sometimes seen spending time with Lisa, other times she teases her along with the other children. She is not portrayed as being nearly as intelligent or nerdy as Lisa. Janey may have had a crush on Milhouse Van Houten, who has a crush on Lisa. She enjoys reading babysitting books and hates ice cream. Jasper Beardly [ edit] Jasper Beardly (voiced by Harry Shearer [2]) is one of the older residents of Springfield, often portrayed as Abraham Simpson 's best friend. They have been friends since their youth, as seen in " $pringfield (Or, How I Learned to Stop Worrying and Love Legalized Gambling) ". His most distinguishing features are his ultra-low, gravelly voice and very long and hard beard. Jasper made his first appearance in " Homer's Odyssey ". He is a veteran of World War II, but (according to the episode " Marge and Homer Turn a Couple Play ") he attempted to avoid the draft by disguising himself as a woman. He stayed in Springfield to play in the local women's baseball league, along with his friend Abe, who was also avoiding the war but was exposed during a game. In a deleted scene, it was shown that Jasper was the town pastor, prior to Reverend Lovejoy. He briefly served as substitute teacher of Lisa's class during which time he confiscated everything made of tin, got his beard caught in a pencil sharpener and threatened paddling for minor infractions such as looking out the window or talking out of turn. In the subplot of the season nine episode, " Lisa the Simpson ", Jasper put himself in crude "suspended animation" in the Kwik-E-Mart 's freezer, and under advice from Dr. Nick, Apu kept him frozen. When Jasper's frozen form became popular with customers, Apu started exploiting the spectacle, and transformed the Kwik-E-Mart into a special interest store dealing with weird items, or perfectly ordinary ones which had been made out to be abnormal, called the Freak-E-Mart. Jasper was accidentally unfrozen, and stepped out into what he thought was a future world, just as Apu was considering selling him to the Rich Texan. 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). In The Simpsons Super Spectacular #13, published by Bongo Comics, it is revealed that in the '60s, Jasper was part of a group called 'the League of Superheroes', under the name Super Jasper. He fought crime alongside the Komedian ( Krusty the Clown), Betty Firecrocker ( Jacqueline Bouvier), and the original Pie Man ( Abraham Simpson). Jay Sherman [ edit] Jay Sherman (voiced by Jon Lovitz) is a critic who was the main character of The Critic. In " A Star is Burns ", he came to Springfield to be a judge during the film festival. In " Hurricane Neddy ", he was a patient at the Calmwood Mental Hospital. He also apparently became a regular patron to Moe's Tavern. Sherman was originally the main character on The Critic, which was created by Al Jean and Mike Reiss. His appearance in "A Star is Burns" was a crossover to promote The Critic which made its FOX debut after the episode. The Critic was later canceled. Jebediah Springfield [ edit] Jebediah Obadiah Zachariah Jedediah Springfield (a. Hans Sprungfeld) is the founder of the town of Springfield. He is voiced by Harry Shearer. [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. It was then that Manhattan went on to found the rival town of Shelbyville, taking half of the settlers with him. Springfield had many famous quotations, such as "A noble spirit embiggens the smallest man". He also wears a coonskin cap. The Springfield Marathon commemorates an occasion on which he ran across six states in order to avoid his creditors. In " The Telltale Head ", Bart beheaded the statue, thinking that this would make him more popular. In reality, the town became depressed and angry, leaving Bart to endure " The Tell-Tale Heart "-style guilt before replacing it. This episode is referenced in multiple Simpsons video games such as The Simpsons: Bart vs. the Space Mutants, where the statue's head serves as a power-up item, or The Simpsons: Road Rage and The Simpsons: Hit & Run, where characters can kick or ram Jebediah's head off the statue. Many Jebediah legends have been debunked during the run of the series. For instance, "The Telltale Head" repeatedly refers to Jebediah killing a bear with his bare hands, but on the news, Kent Brockman reveals that recent historical evidence suggests the bear actually killed Jebediah. On an expedition to Springfield's historic "Fort Springfield", Bart uncovers other inconsistencies in the Jebediah legend, such as that he fought at Fort Ticonderoga the same day as the first Whacking Day. Most of Springfield's biography is revealed in the 1996 episode " Lisa the Iconoclast ", wherein Lisa Simpson discovers Jebediah Springfield's biggest secret: he was formerly a bloodthirsty pirate named Hans Sprungfeld, who once brawled with George Washington and lost after Washington crushed Sprungfeld's genitals in one of his sets of iron false teeth. Sprungfeld fled and changed his name in 1795 to hide his identity. He was well known for his "silver tongue" (literally; a metal prosthetic tongue, his original tongue having been bitten off by a Turkish pirate in a grog house fight). Before he died of diphtheria, he wrote his confession on a scrap of canvas that he hid in a fife. The canvas scrap formed the "missing piece" of the famously incomplete 1796 Gilbert Stuart portrait of George Washington; Sprungfeld picked it up during a fight against Washington which occurred while the latter was having his portrait painted. Lisa decides not to reveal this secret to the people of Springfield, seeing that the myth of Jebediah has brought out the good in everyone and that the true story will cause them to lose hope and morale within themselves. Jimbo Jones [ edit] Corky James " Jimbo " Jones, voiced by Pamela Hayden [2] and originally by Tress MacNeille in his first appearance in the first season episode " The Telltale Head " [111] is a bully at Springfield Elementary who wears a purple knit cap and a black T-shirt emblazoned with a menacing skull. He is a sixth-grader and is often seen hanging out with Dolph, Kearney, and sometimes Nelson. He is acknowledged as the leader of the gang of bullies in Nelson's absence. He enjoys intimidating his schoolmates and shoplifting. It is hinted that he comes from a well-off family, most notably in season six's " The PTA Disbands " when—with the school closed for a teacher's strike —he and his mother watch soap operas and sip tea together in a well-furnished living room. In season four's " New Kid on the Block ", he briefly dates Laura Powers until she leaves him for crying in front of Moe after Bart exposed his true personality by prank-calling him. In season seven's " Bart the Fink ", Bart discovers that Jimbo's real name is Corky. In one episode, it is revealed that he is bald on top, with hair around it. Jimbo's other known aliases are Jamesbo, Dr. J and Hector Gutierrez. In season eighteen's " 24 Minutes " it is revealed that his mother's name is Carol. Jimbo is a portmanteau nickname for executive producer James L. Brooks. [111] [78] Jimbo runs for mayor in the Season 17 episode " See Homer Run ", with a campaign slogan of "Tough on Nerds. Tougher on Dorks". Johnny Tightlips [ edit] John " Johnny Tightlips " Cevasco [ citation needed], voiced by Hank Azaria, is a member of the Mafia and associate of Fat Tony. He says very little, for fear of being accused of being a "squealer", but his reticence is so extreme it backfires, becoming unhelpful to everyone, including Fat Tony and Cevasco himself. In " The Twisted World of Marge Simpson " he tries to help Fat Tony in taking away Marge's earnings from her 'Pretzel Wagon' franchise. In " Insane Clown Poppy ", there is a shoot-out in Fat Tony's mansion and Tightlips is shot by accident. When asked where he's injured, he says "I ain't sayin' nuthin'! ", and when asked what to tell the doctor he says, "Tell him to suck a lemon". [112] Jub-Jub [ edit] Jub-Jub is Selma Bouvier 's pet iguana and was originally owned by Aunt Gladys. He was first seen in " Selma's Choice ". Gladys gives Jub-Jub to Jacqueline Bouvier, who is highly unattached to him. As a result, she later passes him on to Selma. Selma once said that Jub-Jub will eat her remains after she dies. The name Jub-Jub was coined by then-writer Conan O'Brien. [113] He often said nonsensical things around the office for no apparent reason, one of which was "Jub-Jub". (There is, however, a Jubjub bird in " The Hunting of the Snark ". ) Fans of Sports Radio 1310 in Dallas voted that Jub-Jub be the new nickname of morning radio host George Dunham. O'Brien, on October 17, 2007, mentioned his creation of Jub Jub and asked Joe Buck, the play-by-play commentator of the MLB World Series on FOX, to say it during his broadcast. O'Brien promised $1, 000. 00 to the charity of the announcer's choice. On October 24, 2007, during Game 1 of the 2007 World Series, Buck called field level reporter, Chris Myers, "our own little Jub-Jub". Jub-Jub was used as the first Twitter hash tag for O'Brien's " Legally Prohibited from Being Funny on Television Tour " in 2010. Judge Constance Harm [ edit] Judge Constance Harm, voiced by repeat guest star actress Jane Kaczmarek, is a harsh, unforgiving disciplinarian. [114] She enjoys creating cruel punishments for criminals in her court and frightening them with a miniature guillotine on the bench. Her name is a play on "constant harm". In The Parent Rap, she says “When I was a little boy, ” revealing that she is transgender. The character is a parody of Judge Judy Sheindlin. In " On a Clear Day I Can't See My Sister ", she reveals she has a husband. Although Judge Snyder resolves court cases, Judge Harm has mainly been used for handing down negative verdicts, such as sentencing a family member to prison. She also appears in " Brawl in the Family ", " Barting Over ", " The Wandering Juvie ", " Brake My Wife, Please " and " Chief of Hearts ". [115] Judge Snyder [ edit] Judge Roy Snyder, voiced by Harry Shearer, [19] is a Springfield judge known for his lenient punishments and somewhat unorthodox rulings (as in the episode " Sweets and Sour Marge ", when he bans sugar from Springfield). The character was originally named "Judge Moulton", but show runners Bill Oakley and Josh Weinstein did not know that, and called him "Snyder". [116] His appearance is modeled on Robert Bork. [116] Snyder's skin color has gone back and forth between yellow and brown repeatedly throughout the series. His skin is currently brown. [117] Julius Hibbert [ edit] Dr. Hibbert is the Simpsons' (usually) kind-hearted family doctor, a near- genius (with an IQ of 155), a Mensa member, a graduate of the Johns Hopkins School of Medicine, and a former stripper. Hibbert is noticeably less dysfunctional than just about everyone else on the show, though he does have a bizarre tendency to chuckle at inappropriate moments. It is mentioned in " Make Room for Lisa ", that "Before I learned to chuckle mindlessly, I was headed to an early grave. " He reacts questionably to certain medical problems. For example, when Maggie saved Homer from drowning, he attributed it to common cases of superhuman strength in children whose parents' lives are in danger. [118] Likewise, he expressed only mild surprise when both of Abraham Simpson 's kidneys were revealed to have exploded. In a Treehouse of Horror episode, Dr. Hibbert discusses the possibility of Bart being a "genetic chosen one" who can cure a zombie apocalypse over the phone with the Simpsons while under siege from the aforementioned zombies. Though he manages to dispatch several with various medical equipment (taking down a nurse with an expertly-thrown syringe to the forehead), he is eventually overwhelmed and bitten after requesting that the Simpsons tell his wife that he loves her if they should encounter her. There are hints though, that Dr. Hibbert is not above dubious medical practices. After Marge talks him out of buying an unsuitable house, he suggests repaying her with black-market prescriptions. [119] When he realized that Marge Simpson was initially unenthusiastic about having a third child, he implied that a healthy baby could bring in as much as $60, 000 on the black market. Hibbert covered for himself against Marge's horrified reaction by saying that if she had replied any other way, she would be sent to prison, claiming that it was "just a test". [120] It was also suggested in the episode " Wild Barts Can't Be Broken " that he does not in fact have a medical license. [121] Despite his seemingly honest and good-hearted personality, there is evidence that he is, at heart, a committed mercenary. In " Homer's Triple Bypass ", Hibbert announces to Homer that his heart operation will cost $30, 000. When Homer has a heart attack in front of him in response to this news, he says, unmoved, that the cost is now $40, 000 – hinting the heart attack made him now require a quadruple bypass. In " Bye Bye Nerdie ", after Homer's baby-proofing business eliminates child injuries in Springfield, Hibbert complains that he is behind in his boat payments because of this. He is a committed Republican and attends Springfield's Republican meetings alongside Mr Burns, Rainier Wolfcastle, and a Nosferatu -like creature. Hibbert also freely wears fur coats, believing that while fur itself may not be murder, "paying for it sure is! " [122] Hibbert is often seen in flashbacks (for example, Lisa's birth, or Bart's accidents as a toddler), and each time has a different hairstyle ( afro, dreadlocks, Mr. T -style Mohawk, etc. ) appropriate for the time period. Dr. Hibbert is married; he and his wife Bernice have at least three children, two boys and a girl. When his entire family is seen together, they appear to be a spoof of The Cosby Show. Bernice is known to be something of a heavy drinker; this has been joked about on at least one occasion (in " Homer vs. the Eighteenth Amendment ", she faints upon reading the news that Prohibition has been introduced in Springfield) and laughs exactly like her husband. Despite apparent marriage problems, Dr. Hibbert still requests that the Simpsons tell Bernice that he loves her during a zombie apocalypse, though Homer misinterprets the message and resolves to just give her a high-five. In the sixth season episode " 'Round Springfield ", it is implied that he and Bleeding Gums Murphy are long-lost brothers; Hibbert says he has a long-lost brother who is a jazz musician and Murphy says he has a brother who is a doctor that chuckles at inappropriate times, but somehow the two do not put these clues together. However, Murphy later dies, so it will never be known for certain if they are brothers or not. [123] Hibbert also bears a striking resemblance to the director of the Shelbyville orphanage, who mentions a personal quest to find his long-lost twin to an indifferent Homer. [124] In the 1999 episode "The Grift of the Magi", we learn that Dr. Hibbert lives next door to Police Chief Wiggum. In writers Jay Kogen and Wallace Wolodarsky 's original script for " Bart the Daredevil ", Hibbert was a woman, named "Julia Hibbert", who they named after comedic actress Julia Sweeney (Hibbert was her married last name at the time). [78] When Fox moved The Simpsons to prime time on Thursdays against NBC 's top-rated The Cosby Show, the writing staff decided to make Dr. Hibbert a parody of Bill Cosby 's character Dr. Cliff Huxtable. [125] Dr. Hibbert is usually shown wearing sweaters when not on duty, a reference to Huxtable. [125] Like the Cosby character, Dr. Hibbert laughs inappropriately, at pretty much everything. He is one of the few competent characters in the show, and was originally shown as being sympathetic to his patients' conditions, but that was eventually changed to him being less caring about his patients. [125] A tongue-in-cheek analysis in the Canadian Medical Association Journal ( CMAJ) compares the services of Dr. Hibbert and Dr. Nick Riviera, a quack physician often used by The Simpsons as an alternative source of medical advice. While Hibbert is praised for his sense of humor and quality of care, it concludes that Nick is a better role model for physicians; Hibbert is a paternalistic and wasteful physician, unlike Nick, who strives to cut costs and does his best to avoid the coroner. [126] This study was rebutted, also in CMAJ, and both doctors are cast aside for Dr. Bones McCoy of Star Trek as a role model, "TV's only true physician" and "someone who has broken free from the yoke of ethics and practises the art and science of medicine beyond the stultifying opposition of paternalism and autonomy. A free and independent thinker and, indeed, someone even beyond role models" [127] 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. Just Stamp the Ticket Man [ edit] "Just Stamp the Ticket" Man (voiced by Hank Azaria [128]) appeared in a number of earlier episodes, but was never named. 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. Ned Flanders says he is "right as rain, or, as we say around here, left as rain" but the man bluntly responds "Just stamp the ticket". His next appearance is in " Homer Alone ", when the Squeaky Voiced Teen tries to hand him a flyer he brushes him off by saying "Don't touch me". In a later episode, " Mr. Plow ", he tells Barney Gumble (who is handing out flyers dressed as Lullabuy$'s Big Baby) that he "sickens" him. 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". The character also appears in the episodes " Homer Loves Flanders " (who tells Homer that, if Homer actually went to work for eight days instead of camping out outside the ticket window for football tickets, he would have earned enough to get his tickets from a scalper), " Homer and Apu " (as one of the angry customers in the beginning of the episode), " Bart of Darkness " (in which he punched a hippie for singing " Sunshine on My Shoulders " during a town-wide heat wave) and " Grampa vs. Sexual Inadequacy " (in which he punches Homer in the face for questioning his ability to sexually satisfy his wife). In Simpson Tide he has his biggest appearance as the Naval Reserve recruiter who begs Homer not to read the "Are you a homosexual? " question on the application due to the " Don't Ask, Don't Tell " policy that was in effect at the time. Julio [ edit] Julio (voiced by Hank Azaria) is a homosexual who is attracted to Grady, although Grady breaks up with him. He is employed as a barber. According to " Eternal Moonshine of the Simpson Mind ", Julio is from Costa Rica, though this is contradicted in " The Burns Cage " which states he is from Cuba. [129] He later married Tada, and has an affair with Duffman. He also is a photographer and takes photos of Marge and her friends. He is seen attending First Church of Springfield. In the episode " E Pluribus Wiggum ", he attends a Democratic Party meeting. In "The Burns Cage" he starts dating Smithers, but breaks up with him after realizing that Smithers is still in love with Mr. Burns. Dr. J. Loren Pryor [ edit] Dr. Loren Pryor, voiced by Harry Shearer, is the school psychologist. 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. Bart later approaches him to request returning to Springfield Elementary. In " Bart Gets an F ", he tells him that if Bart does not shape up he may have to repeat the fourth grade. He appears again, discussing Bart's problems at school and Lisa's special gift in a flashback sequence of " Lisa's Sax ". In this episode he also inadvertently reveals that Milhouse Van Houten possesses "flamboyantly homosexual" tendencies. 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. Jon Vitti named the character for his prying into the children's lives. [78] K [ edit] Kearney Zzyzwicz [ edit] Kearney Zzyzwicz ( DJEEZ -vitch), voiced by Nancy Cartwright, is one of Springfield Elementary's many bullies. He is a 5th grader and has a buzz cut, and wears a torn white T-shirt, blue shorts, and studded wristbands. Although he looks and sounds to be around Jimbo and Dolph 's age, Kearney is actually older (a latter-day episode revealed that Kearney is 19 years old, though, according to his voice actress, Nancy Cartwright, Kearney is actually 14). 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. election, was sent to prison (though " Marge Be Not Proud " and " Lisa the Skeptic " depicted Kearney in juvenile hall), and pays taxes. In " She of Little Faith ", it is revealed that Kearney dated Jimbo's mother, Carol. In the same episode, it is revealed that he is on the church council of the First Church of Springfield and is "a teenager and the parent of a teenager" (implying that the son he introduced in "A Milhouse Divided" may also be older than his outward appearance, though past episodes also imply that Kearney is not a teenager). [130] Despite being of the legal age in the United States to purchase and drink it (as seen in "El Viaje Misterioso de Nuestro Jomer"), Kearney often relies on (or tricks) Homer into procuring alcohol for him and his friends, as seen in " The Springfield Connection " when Homer tells Marge that he is double-parked because he is buying beer for "those kids over there", " Simpsoncalifragilisticexpiala(Annoyed Grunt)cious " when Kearney applies for the nanny job and Homer tells him that he keeps some Schnapps in Maggie's crib, and " Last Tap Dance in Springfield ", in which Kearney tricks Homer into driving him, Dolph, and Jimbo to the liquor store to buy Jack Daniels and "a carton of smokes " by impersonating Marge, and once used a fake ID (which Apu overlooked, as he was too depressed about being deported to care that Kearney was committing a crime--and ultimately asked him about getting one for himself--as seen in " Much Apu About Nothing "). Kearney's last name (Zzyzwicz) was revealed in a computer file in season 18's " 24 Minutes ". Prior to that episode, Kearney's surname was never mentioned. Kearney's newly revealed last name implies that he may be of Polish descent, or may also be inspired by the town of Zzyzx. In " Bart Gets a 'Z' ", he can be seen sitting in the back row of Bart's classroom, implying Kearney is a fourth grader. His father was shown on the season eight episode " The Homer They Fall ", but in " O Brother, Where Bart Thou? ", Kearney reveals that both his parents are incarcerated and they only meet when the prison and insane asylum have their annual mixer. Kearney Zzyzwicz Jr. [ edit] Kearney Zzyzwicz Jr. is voiced by Nancy Cartwright. He is the son of Kearney. He first appeared in the school bus when Kearney was mentioning his divorce. He is also seen building a sand castle and sitting on Gil's lap, who was dressed as Santa Claus. He later appeared in the town square in the season 26 episode Covercraft. Kirk Van Houten [ edit] Kirk Evelyn Van Houten is voiced by Hank Azaria. He is the father of Milhouse, and the remarried husband of Luann Van Houten. He is friends with Homer Simpson. Kirk bears a striking resemblance to his wife, and wears glasses just like her and their son. He first appeared in the season 3 episode " Bart's Friend Falls in Love ", but it would not be until season eight's " A Milhouse Divided " that Kirk was portrayed as a stereotypical middle-aged male loser and deadbeat dad. Much of his character revolves around his extreme emotional depression after his divorce from his wife Luann. Luann got custody of Milhouse when they divorced, but Kirk has visiting rights and is often seen with Milhouse in later episodes. The Van Houtens remarried in the nineteenth season episode " Little Orphan Millie ". In that episode it was established that Kirk is of Dutch ancestry on his father's side and has a feud with the members of the family that have a Danish ancestry. Kirk previously served in the U. Army, and attended Gudger College. Kirk's mother apparently is of Greek ancestry, based on the nineteenth-season episode " Husbands and Knives ", in which Milhouse says, "But that's the money Yiayia Sophia gave me for Greek Orthodox Easter! " 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 Luann demands a divorce, Kirk is all too happy to oblige. Unfortunately, he loses his middle-management job at Southern Cracker, a job given to him by Luann's father, as a result. Kirk briefly attempts a career as a singer-songwriter, recording a demo tape of an original song titled "Can I Borrow A Feeling", with mediocre results. Later, he attempts to get back together with Luann by singing the song to her. Luann does not reciprocate Kirk's feelings. Kirk reveals in " I Am Furious (Yellow) ", in which he visits his son's school on career day, that he was currently employed as an assistant to the guy who puts fliers under people's windshield wipers. Kirk also had a job standing on the curb holding a sign directing people to a condo development and worked as a scarecrow protecting a soy-bean crop, which resulted in his eye being gouged by a crow. Since being fired from the cracker company, Kirk seems to be unable to maintain a steady job. He once shouted at Luann that she had to keep up the alimony payments she owed him, and he has been seen at the Springfield unemployment office, perhaps suggesting that alimony and unemployment benefits are his only steady sources of income. Kirk was put in jail in the episode " Pranksta Rap " for " kidnapping " Bart which he greatly enjoyed due to him being envied by women and fed three meals a day. In The Simpsons Movie, Kirk is briefly seen attending an Alcoholics Anonymous meeting. Azaria has stated that Kirk is "a bad Milhouse impression". Kumiko Nakamura [ edit] Kumiko Nakamura is voiced by Tress MacNeille. She is a Japanese manga fan and artist from Osaka, Japan. Kumiko first appears in " Married to the Blob ", when she walked past Comic Book Guy 's shop, but stopped when she saw him through the window and liked him. Kumiko and Comic Book Guy get married in the Android's Dungeon. Often in her appearances in the series, she is seen next to Comic Book Guy. 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. L [ edit] Legs and Louie [ edit] Max " Legs " Legman [ citation needed], voiced by Karl Wiedergott (formerly voiced by Hank Azaria), and Louis " Louie " Walters [ citation needed], voiced by Dan Castellaneta, are the two Springfield Mafia hitmen who accompany Fat Tony at all times. The two lack any real definitive characteristic and are almost always seen together. Legs has a dark blonde short haircut and raspy voice. Louie has a slight black afro and a more high-pitched, even squeaky tone. Castellaneta based the voice on actor Joe Pesci, one of the several references to Goodfellas used in the episode " Bart the Murderer ". [131] Louie says that tear gas is "[his] one weakness", though this is likely an embellishment. Dan Castellaneta was nominated for Primetime Emmy Award for Outstanding Voice-Over Performance in 2011 for the voice of Louie, Homer Simpson, Barney Gumble, and Krusty the Clown thanks to the episode " Donnie Fatso ". [132] Lenny and Carl [ edit] Lenford "Lenny" Leonard and Carlton "Carl" Carlson are best friends of Homer Simpson and work with him at the Springfield Nuclear Power Plant. Lenny and Carl are rarely seen apart and have a close relationship. Each possesses a master's degree in nuclear physics, but they are often portrayed as blue-collar working men. Lenny is voiced by Harry Shearer. He is friends with Carl, Homer Simpson, Moe Szyslak, and Barney Gumble. He works at the Springfield Nuclear Power Plant and possesses a master's degree in nuclear physics, but he is often portrayed as a blue-collar working man. Despite being shown in the First Church of Springfield, Lenny is a Buddhist —making him, Carl, and Lisa the only three Buddhists in Springfield. [133] Born in Chicago, he is also a war hero and a three-time juror. His grandmother spent 20 years in a Soviet labor camp, hinting that Lenny may have ancestors from the former Soviet Union, or have ancestors who were POWs. [134] During one episode, he is shown to be an adept guitar player. [135] " Homer the Great " reveals Lenny was member number 12 of the Springfield chapter of the Stonecutters secret society. In the episode " Half-Decent Proposal ", Lenny is shown to have little regard for his own life: "Quick and pointless, that's the death for me. " Another example of his apathy towards salvation is that he shrugs after being pulled from a ladder which would have seen him and Homer to safety. Excluding unnamed background characters, Lenny is one of the few Springfield residents to persistently resist the lure of the Movementarians. Lenny is a member of the Republican Party, as indicated in " Bart-Mangled Banner " (2004) when he reveals his Dole / Kemp ' 96 American flag tattoo. He is also shown to be a member of the NRA as seen in " The Cartridge Family ", although in the episode Sideshow Bob Roberts expresses disdain for conservative talk show host Birch Barlow, proclaiming himself politically correct. His weapon of choice appears to be an AR-15 rifle, which he says "are manufactured for a reason: to take out today's modern super animals like the flying squirrel and the electric eel. " [136] He had plastic surgery when a sudden upswing in the price of power plant stock led to most of the employees (with the exception of Homer) to have a big profit (" Burns Verkaufen der Kraftwerk "). Following his plastic surgery Lenny had a diamond placed on one of his teeth, paid for by the Plant's dental plan. [137] In " Burns' Heir ", both Mr. Burns and Waylon Smithers refer to him as "Leonard", the same way they refer to Homer as "Simpson", though in The Frying Game, Homer refers to him as "Lenford". Lenny's vices include alcohol (specifically Duff Beer, which he is often seen drinking at Moe's) and dressing up like a baby. He is also depicted as a cigarette smoker in early seasons. [138] In " Homerazzi " Lenny is hinted to be a transvestite when he dresses up like Seven of Nine from Star Trek: Voyager. [139] Lenny drives a green two-door hatch back, whose license plate reads "DUI GUY". [134] Lenny has a terrible relationship with his mother, who likes Carl and Moe more. [140] Vance Connor donated Lenny a kidney. [141] Lenny has a mysterious medical problem with his left eye, as he has been told (presumably by the doctor) that he cannot place various objects in it, like puzzle jiggs and pudding. When he gets hurt he often yells "Ow my eye! I'm not supposed to get (object) in it! ". Lenny has stated that his father died in a war, although he does not seem to know which war it was. Six instances of his death are Treehouse of Horror XI, Treehouse of Horror XII, Treehouse of Horror XVI, The Wettest Stories Ever Told, Tales from the Public Domain, and Revenge Is a Dish Best Served Three Times (as " Poison Lenny "). Lenny appears to be well liked by the Simpson family – on one occasion, Marge and the kids build a prayer shrine for him when learning he was taken to the hospital. 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 " Sleeping with the Enemy ", the Simpson family has a cake inscribed "Happy Labor Day Lenny". [142] In " Pranksta Rap ", it is revealed Marge has a picture of Lenny in her hair. [143] Lenny is apparently divorced – in " Bart of War ", Carl says that he sang " The Best Is Yet to Come " at Lenny's wedding, [142] although in another episode Lenny punches Carl for giving a bad speech at his wedding. Lenny is a persistent bachelor who has poor luck with women. In " Marge on the Lam ", Lenny shaves the legs of a woman who calls him an idiot for not shaving in an upward direction. [144] In " Team Homer ", Homer mentions to Moe that both Lenny and Carl are with their mistresses. In " Homer the Smithers " he is seen in the opening scene with his arm around a woman who appears to be his girlfriend. [145] In " Homer Simpson, This Is Your Wife ", it's revealed that he had dated a woman in a Woody Woodpecker outfit at a fairground for three months until she left him for the man who cleans the vomit on the roller coaster. [146] Lenny had told Carl that he was married to a beauty queen, and as of the 8th season, Carl had yet to meet Lenny's wife. The episode " In Marge We Trust ", it is revealed that Lenny made his Beauty-Queen wife up, and is unmarried. Lenny's full name has not been treated with consistency. After years of being identified only as "Lenny", Homer addressed him as "Lenford" in the season 13 episode " The Frying Game ", and Lisa addressed him as "Mr. Leonard" in the season 15 episode " The Ziff Who Came To Dinner ". This would appear to make his full name "Lenford Leonard"—but Bart addresses him as "Lenny Lenford" in the season 23 episode " At Long Last Leave ". Carl is voiced by Hank Azaria. Along with Lenny, Carl is Homer's friend and co-worker (sometimes identified as his supervisor) at the Nuclear Power Plant. He likes to call himself "an urban Lenny. " He attended Springfield A&M University. Carl is an Icelandic - African American, with a master's degree in nuclear physics, fond of bowling and drinking at Moe's Tavern. Carl is frequently said to be among the most attractive men in Springfield; in " Principal Charming ", Homer concludes that Carl is too attractive for Selma. According to " They Saved Lisa's Brain ", he might be diabetic, while according to "The Dad Who Knew Too Little" he might be severely schizophrenic. According to " 'Scuse Me While I Miss the Sky ", Carl spent at least part of his boyhood in Iceland. In the early seasons, Carl was rarely seen with Lenny and did not have a consistent voice – on some occasions, he can be heard with Lenny's voice and vice versa. One example of Carl having Lenny's voice is in " Brush with Greatness ". In an early 1991 episode, " Principal Charming ", Carl's name is spelled "Karl", the same spelling seen for an unrelated character of the same season. In the episode "The Saga of Carl", we learn that Carl is from Iceland. In the fourteenth-season episode " 'Scuse Me While I Miss the Sky ", Carl made reference to his childhood in Iceland which hinted that he may have Icelandic ancestry. In the twenty-fourth-season episode " The Saga of Carl " it was in fact revealed that he was adopted by a couple in Iceland. Carl often serves as a taciturn straight man to Homer and company, because of his harsh opinions of others, [ citation needed] as seen in " Pygmoelian " when he makes everyone in Moe's Tavern cry and, breaking the fourth wall, explains: "See, this is why I don't talk much. " He is offended when people stereotype him even though their stereotypes are usually correct. In " The Great Wife Hope ", Homer asks Carl if he knows African-American boxer Dredrick Tatum; Carl takes offense, saying that just because he is African American, he doesn't know all the other African-American citizens in Springfield. However he then says that he indeed met Dredrick Tatum while he was at a party with Dr. Hibbert at Bleeding Gums Murphy 's house (both of those characters are also African-American). In " Children of a Lesser Clod ", during a basketball game, Carl voices his irritation when everybody makes high expectations of his performance, and he remarks that he isn't a good player only because he is an African American, but proves himself, however, to be an amazing basketball player. Despite being against racism, Carl has some sort of dislike of Muslims, visible in " Mypods and Boomsticks ". He is the intellectual one, but apparently, Lenny, his best friend, dumbs him down for his own sake. In the episode " The Girl Who Slept Too Little ", he tells Lenny to shut up as he was tired of "dumbing [him]self down for [Lenny]. ". Despite being a good friend, Carl can be very self-centered and workaholic at times—in " The Devil Wears Nada ", Carl becomes the new supervisor of Homer's sector (for being the most competent of them), and starts to abuse his position by forcing Homer to become his assistant, making him do even the mostly simple and unnecessary tasks (much to Homer's dismay). During a conversation in the Springfield Hub, Carl and Bernice Hibbert are hinted to have had a past relationship, that Carl wants to rekindle. However, in " Sunday, Cruddy Sunday ", he says he will give a ring to his wife for their anniversary. Also, he is shown with a woman (presumably his wife) attending Homer's marriage class in " Secrets of a Successful Marriage ". He also mentions having a family in " HOMR ". In " Lisa the Drama Queen ", he appears in a car with Lenny and two women, possibly one is his wife. Lenny and Carl are best friends, as they are rarely seen apart; their other friends are Homer, and regulars at Moe's including Barney Gumble and Moe Szyslak. [147] Homer repeatedly confuses Lenny and Carl, and is shocked to learn on one occasion that Lenny is white, and Carl is black. To guide himself, Homer has "Lenny = White, Carl = Black" on his hand. He once muttered to himself, "Is that right? " while reading it. [148] In " Helter Shelter ", Homer exclaims, "That's Lenny? I wanted the black one! " When Mr. Burns appears on a radio show in an attempt to boost his popularity in " Monty Can't Buy Me Love ", Homer tells him that he has a list of jokes explaining the differences between white and black people; Homer later states, "White guys have names like Lenny, whereas black guys have names like Carl. " There are occasional homosexual overtones in Lenny's and Carl's relationship. In another episode, " 'Scuse Me While I Miss the Sky ", various characters look at the stars to "see into their souls". Lenny sees Carl's face in the sky, who also sees his own face. [149] At times, Carl gets annoyed at Lenny. In " Mountain of Madness ", when Carl learns that he is paired with Lenny in a team-building exercise on a power plant retreat, his irritated response is, "Aw, nuts. I mean... aw, nuts. " In the non-canon episode " Behind the Laughter ", Lenny and Carl are constant companions, and Bart had apparently paid the two to kiss one another. [150] A running gag through the series is the possibility of a sexual relationship between Lenny and Carl. When Marge's Popsicle stick sculptures of Lenny and Carl are destroyed and mashed together, Lenny states, "I don't know where Carl ends and I begin! ", to which Carl replies, "See, statements like that are why people think we're gay ". [151] Carl tells Seymour Skinner that "Marriage is gonna be great. Now you'll have someone who'll rub your back – without being asked" while glaring at Lenny, who sighs "Oh, not this again. " Carl then responds "Yes, this again. " [152] In one episode, Homer runs out of gay couples to marry; he speculates that Lenny and Carl might be interested, and Marge responds with "Don't you push them – they've gotta work that out for themselves. " [153] In " Treehouse of Horror XVI ", Lenny dies and sees the angels in Heaven take the form of Carl (although they're saying, "Hurry up or we'll be late for work at the plant! "). [154] Once, Chief Wiggum remarks that Lenny's relationship with Carl is on the rocks. [155] In " Fat Man and Little Boy ", Homer quotes to Lisa "You and science go together like Lenny and Carl – the science is Carl". [156] In " Marge and Homer Turn a Couple Play ", Lenny and Carl see Homer and Marge kiss, prompting Lenny to remark, "Remember when we used to kiss like that... with our respective girlfriends? " [157] Lenny's hero worship of Carl has reached a mounting point. In " Half-Decent Proposal ", it's shown he carved Carl's face on a mountain, and called it Mount Carlmore. He later leaves a burning oil field, only because Carl arrived. [158] Lenny publishes a newspaper called The Lenny-Saver with the headline: "The Truth About Carl: He's Great. " After displaying this, he sheds a tear and states that "it had to be told. " [159] In the episode " Lisa the Drama Queen ", Lenny and Carl are pictured driving a sports car through the woods with their two dates in the back of contrasting background. During " Whiskey Business " in the 24th season Carl and Lenny hold hands together for a long moment and then release while standing together through a limo moonroof. [160] Lenny and Carl work at the Springfield Nuclear Power Plant alongside Homer Simpson. [161] Despite his steady job, Lenny has been featured with several other jobs. On one occasion, he is promoted to head of the power plant when Mr. Burns goes bankrupt; which Smithers later describes to Homer Simpson as a "reign of terror". Homer considers Lenny to be the second richest man he knows. [162] However, Lenny is once shown living in a dilapidated house, and asks Marge not to tell anyone how he lives. [163] In one episode, he also works at a call center for the power company in Springfield. In another episode, he is shown living in a fancy, well-furnished modern apartment that happens to share a wall with a Jai-alai court. In a "future episode", it's shown Lenny is once again in charge of the power plant. [164] On one occasion, it is implied he is an undercover agent whose target is Homer. [165] At the Adult Education Annex, Lenny teaches a class on "How To Chew Tobacco". [166] In one of Homer's daydreams, it's shown that Lenny is the President of the United States. [167] Lenny is also a successful writer who wrote a series of mystery novels, one of them entitled The Murderer Did It, which is called "scary good fun" by Stephen King. Lenny has a short career as an actor in which he has a minor role in a horror movie to which Homer takes Bart and Lisa. His acting is shown to be a parody towards bad acting in horror movies. [ citation needed] Lenny and Carl together rank sixth on IGN 's Top 25 Simpsons Peripheral Characters. [168] Leopold [ edit] Leopold John, voiced by Dan Castellaneta, is Superintendent Chalmers' assistant. He is a large, surly, snarling man who frequently speaks through clenched teeth, and is one of the few characters on The Simpsons to have eyebrows. When Principal Skinner has to be temporarily replaced, Leopold stomps in, issues several threats, and terrifies the children by making them think he is the replacement, and then suddenly politely introduces the actual substitute, Ned Flanders. The children then collectively sigh with relief. The gag was repeated when Marge Simpson becomes a substitute teacher in the episode " The PTA Disbands ". Leopold often refers to the children of Springfield Elementary as "little freaks". [169] [170] Lewis [ edit] Lewis Clark is an African American character and one of Bart's friends and classmates at Springfield Elementary School. He can be seen playing the bassoon in the opening sequence of the show. He is usually seen with his best friend Richard. Although one of the most minor characters in the show, Lewis was shown in earlier seasons as part of Bart's main circle of friends, although his time lessened as the series progressed. Despite this, Lewis still appears frequently in scenes involving the Springfield children, and occasionally speaks. While Lewis has never had significant dialogue, he has been voiced by Nancy Cartwright, Jo Ann Harris, Pamela Hayden, Tress MacNeille, and Russi Taylor throughout the series. Lewis's seeming insignificance to the show is underscored in the episode " Das Bus ", in which Bart mistakenly calls him "Wendell". When corrected, Bart replies, "Just tell Wendell I said Bye. " [ citation needed] Lindsey Naegle [ edit] Lindsey Naegle is voiced by Tress MacNeille [19] and first appeared in the eighth season episode " The Itchy & Scratchy & Poochie Show ". [171] In that episode, she had no name and was known only as "The Generic Female TV Executive". [16] She appeared again in " Girly Edition ", also as a generic female TV executive (only her hair and facial features differed from her first appearance). [172] 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. [171] The writers modeled Naegle on a number of network executives that they have encountered while working on the show. [173] The character's surname comes from Hollywood talent agent Sue Naegle, president of HBO Entertainment and wife of Simpsons writer Dana Gould. [174] [175] Writer Matt Selman chose the first name "Lindsey" because he thought it sounded like the name of an annoyingly talkative woman. [174] Naegle-like characters have appeared throughout the series, such as the OmniTouch Rep from " Make Room for Lisa " and Laramie executive Mindy from " E-I-E-I-(Annoyed Grunt) ". [176] In " Blame It on Lisa ", it is revealed that she frequently changes jobs because she is a sexual predator. 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. " [177] 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. Singles, Seniors, Childless Couples and Teens and Gays ", she is seen to lead SSCCATAGAPP's anti-youth campaign, declaring, "Children are the future, today belongs to me! " Ling Bouvier [ edit] Ling Bouvier (voiced by Nancy Cartwright) is Selma 's adopted daughter. In Season 16's " Goo Goo Gai Pan ", Selma experiences menopause symptoms and becomes concerned that she will never fulfill her dream of being a mother. After an unsuccessful attempt to adopt one of Cletus's children (Cletus having given up the baby by mistake. "Seems I misheard my wife. What she said was, she's tired of having rabies. "), she takes up Lisa's proposal to adopt a baby from China. Since China does not allow unmarried people to adopt children, Selma convinces Homer to pretend that he is her husband. Although she succeeds in getting a baby from the adoption agency in Beijing, it is later discovered that her marriage to Homer is fake and Ling gets taken away from her. The Simpsons attempt to kidnap Ling back, but run into a confrontation with the head of the adoption agency, Madame Wu. Selma entreats her to let her keep the baby, to which Madame Wu agrees. Since then, Ling has made several appearances on the show including as Maggie's playmate in " Rome-old and Julie-eh ". In Season 24's " The Changing of the Guardian ", she has grown to a preschooler and shown as precociously talented, able to play musical instruments and practice painting. Llewellyn Sinclair [ edit] Llewellyn Sinclair (voiced by Jon Lovitz) is a theater director introduced in " A Streetcar Named Marge " who often works in Springfield, known for his perfectionism and sour temperament. He is most notable for directing the musical theatrical production of A Streetcar Named Desire dubbed Oh, Streetcar! in which Marge Simpson played the role of Blanche Dubois. He told the actors of this production at the time that he had directed three plays in his lifetime and had three heart attacks, and that he cared so much about his work that he was planning on a forth. Years later he directed Krusty the Clown in The Salesman's Bad Day, a heavily reworked take on Death of a Salesman since the rights were too much for him to afford. He also directed one of Springfield Elementary's second grade plays where he got frustrated at Ralph Wiggum, and attempted to direct a play of Oklahoma! until his sour attitude turned everybody else on the production against him and Marge took control of the production. His sister runs the Ayn Rand School for Tots. Lois Pennycandy [ edit] Lois Pennycandy is the executive assistant to Krusty the Clown. [178] She swayed Krusty into visiting Bart after he saved Krusty from jail time, [179] and later reunited him with his estranged father the Rabbi Hyman Krustofski. [178] She was at Krusty's side during the auditions in which Robert Terwilliger became Krusty's new sidekick, [180] and was at Krusty's "funeral" when he was presumed dead after crashing his private plane into a cliff. [181] In a phone conversation, Marge once asked her, "How can [Krusty] hurt someone who loves him so? " While looking at a framed photo of Krusty, Pennycandy replied, "Oh, Mrs. Simpson, I've wasted my womanhood asking that same question. " [178] Her only speaking roles are in " Like Father, Like Clown " and " Krusty Gets Kancelled ", in which she was voiced by Pamela Hayden. Her name alludes to both Miss Moneypenny from the James Bond series and the actress who originated the role, Lois Maxwell. Although rarely featured on the show, she has been a recurring character in the Simpsons comic book series. Lou [ edit] Lou, voiced by Hank Azaria, is by far the most intelligent and competent of the Springfield Police Force. He is the Police Sergeant of the Springfield Police Force, who primarily serves as a foil to Chief Wiggum, and often takes the time to point out his chief's mistakes. Lou has also been shown to resent Wiggum, and is aware of the latter's ineptitude. [182] He was also married to a woman named Amy, but later divorced. [183] Al Jean and Mike Reiss named Lou after Major League Baseball player Lou Whitaker. [97] Azaria based Lou's voice on actor Sylvester Stallone 's. [184] Though he has nearly always been African-American, [185] he was mistakenly animated with yellow in " There's No Disgrace Like Home " [97] and his other first-season appearances. Lou became an African American character in " Bart vs. Thanksgiving ", where Eddie was animated to Lou's voice and vice versa. [98] Luann Van Houten [ edit] Luann Van Houten is voiced by Maggie Roswell. She is the mother of Bart's best friend Milhouse. For the period from 1999 to 2002, during which Roswell left the show, she became a primarily nonspeaking character. Since the season 8 episode, " A Milhouse Divided ", Luann was depicted as a promiscuous single mother, who pushed her love life in the face of her ex-husband, Kirk. She first appeared in " Homer Defined ", as a concerned mother who barred Milhouse from being Bart's friend due to Bart being a bad influence. She wears glasses and has blue hair, traits she shares with her husband and son. Her mother is Italian who abused Milhouse whenever he spoke English. In " Lemon of Troy " it is revealed that Luann originally came from Springfield's bitter rival, Shelbyville, but moved to Springfield early in life, presumably with her father, as her mother remained in Italy. In "A Milhouse Divided", it is revealed she has a sister (from whom she borrows money, as her husband does not provide for her at all), but whom we never meet. In Marge Be Not Proud, Bart turned to Luann for motherly comfort after Marge has become distant with him. Luann was married to Kirk for several years, giving birth to a son, Milhouse, yet the marriage was an unhappy one. After an argument over a game of Pictionary, she left Kirk after he remarks he cannot draw "dignity", since he gave it up when he married her. Although Kirk found the new liberty of a single life tough, Luann uses her newfound freedom to live life in the fast lane, advising Marge to forget everything she thought she knew about her, to which Marge replied that she really did not know anything about Luann at all. Luann began dating American Gladiator Pyro shortly after her divorce with Kirk for a few seasons, but was caught cheating on him with his best friend, " Gladiator Gyro ". When Apu Nahasapeemapetilon was a bachelor, Luann was one of his bachelorettes. In " Milhouse of Sand and Fog ", it is revealed that Luann had also gone out with Disco Stu as well and had begun a relationship with Captain MacAllister. In " Milhouse of Sand and Fog " the Van Houtens reunited. Since then, they are often seen together (although in the episode " Ice Cream of Margie (with the Light Blue Hair) ", Kirk was seen with Milhouse at a single father's outing, indicating the couple had split up, yet again). As of " Little Orphan Millie ", they are remarried. The most recent appearance of these two was in the 2014 episode " The War of Art ", in which Kirk and Luann sell a painting to the Simpsons, which later turns out to be a forgery of a valuable piece. Lucius Sweet [ edit] Lucius Sweet (originally voiced by Paul Winfield) and is modeled after Don King. He is the former boxing manager for Moe Szyslak and current boxing manager for Drederick Tatum. He learned Homer's talent when Homer started boxing people like Boxcar Bob. He asked Moe for him to fight heavy weight champ Drederick Tatum. They made a deal for Homer to make three rounds against Tatum. When Homer was fighting he could not even make one round which ticked him off and declared Moe was a loser. He has a speaking role in " The Trouble with Trillions ". He later appeared a few more times in the series and The Simpsons Movie. He is on the Springfield Wall of Fame. Luigi Risotto [ edit] Luigi Risotto, voiced by Hank Azaria, [33] is the proprietor of Luigi's, a Springfield Italian restaurant. He is a parody of the "Italian pasta/pizza chef" stereotype (and in fact is on a bowling team called "The Stereotypes", along with Cletus Spuckler, Captain Horatio McCallister, and Groundskeeper Willie), but seems to be aware of his status as a stock character. He is polite to his customers and treats them with respect when they order and then loudly insults and belittles them to his cook Salvatore, apparently unaware that they can hear him from the kitchen. In the episode " The Last of the Red Hat Mamas ", he reveals that he does not speak Italian, only Italian-accented English. It is hinted that Luigi is an illegal immigrant, even though he tried to run for mayor, telling Springfielders, "I make-a you the good government, just how-a you like it! " The animators copied Luigi's appearance from a chef that was on the front of a pizza box. [186] Lunchlady Doris [ edit] Lunchlady Doris Freedman, voiced by Doris Grau up until her death, and now voiced by Tress MacNeille, is a sardonic chef for Springfield Elementary. She can frequently be seen serving deeply unpleasant meals made from horse testicles, grade-F meat (made of circus animals and filler), beef hearts that have been on the cafeteria kitchen floor, shredded newspapers, and ground-up gym mats, due to school budget cuts. She made a handful of appearances acting as a school nurse. In " Whacking Day ", Doris took the job as school nurse to earn two paychecks, but in " 'Round Springfield ", she reveals that she was put in the position of school nurse because of school budget cuts (even having the belligerent Scottish janitor, Groundskeeper Willie, as a French teacher). In " Team Homer " it is suggested she is the mother of the Squeaky-voiced Teen. In " The Simpsons Comics ", when asked by Milhouse on the school's new chat show, Moments with Milhouse (formerly Moments with Martin) why the school meals are so bad, Doris admits that a third-grader had once mistakenly eaten her beloved hamster, and she had "sworn culinary revenge ever since". After Grau's death in 1995, Lunchlady Doris was retired out of respect for over 10 years. Due to the delay between recording some episodes and the time they actually air, Grau's voice was included in episodes airing as late as 1997 such as " Lisa's Sax ". [187] Lunchlady Doris is seen as a silent background character until she speaks in the 18th season during " The Mook, the Chef, the Wife and Her Homer ", where she is voiced by Tress MacNeille, season 19's " The Debarted ", where she is again voiced by Tress MacNeille but with a different voice, and season 20's " Father Knows Worst ". Lunchlady Doris has been seen dating Hans Moleman. In " Dark Knight Court ", Groundskeeper Willie refers to her as "Lunchlady Dora". According to Simpsons writer Michael Price this name change happened out of respect for Grau's death. [188] Lurleen Lumpkin [ edit] Lurleen Lumpkin (voiced by Beverly D'Angelo) is an aspiring country singer who is initially managed by Homer in " Colonel Homer ". Homer discovers her in a redneck bar in the middle of nowhere and is amazed by her voice. He decides to help her launch a singing career, much to the chagrin of Marge. Grateful for Homer's help, she becomes attracted to him and tries to lure him with an erotic song called "Bunk with Me Tonight". Homer, who had been ignorant of this, suddenly realizes that managing Lurleen could hurt his marriage, so he quits as her manager. A saddened Lurleen sings a song called "Stand By Your Manager". Lurleen's next appearance is in " Marge vs. the Monorail ", a much rougher-looking Lurleen, voiced by Doris Grau, makes a brief appearance, in which it is revealed that she had been to the Betty Ford Clinic and "spent last night in a ditch". In this episode her voice sounds the same as Lunchlady Doris, rather than her soft, Southern voice she had when she was first introduced. In " Krusty Gets Kancelled ", she is again briefly seen in the center square of Springfield Squares. The nineteenth-season episode " Papa Don't Leech " [189] follows up on her story with her moving into the Simpsons' home and taking a waitress job at Moe's in order to pay a $12 million tax bill, having lost most of her earnings over the course of several failed marriages to men who all heavily resembled Homer. In this episode she is again voiced by Beverly D'Angelo, who also wrote the songs. She has a father named Royce "Boss Hogg" Lumpkin, who was never supportive of her and was missing for years. Marge undertakes efforts to find him and reunite him with Lurleen. As soon as it happens, Lurleen writes a new, upbeat composition called "Daddy's Back", but Royce sells the song, taking the writing credits for himself (but altering some lyrics) to the Dixie Chicks. Lurleen confronts Royce and reveals the truth to the Dixie Chicks, who assault him with their musical instruments and invite Lurleen to join their tour. Lurleen once again ends up engaged to a man who looks very much like Homer and tours as an opening act for the Dixie Chicks. M [ edit] Dr. Marvin Monroe [ edit] Dr. Marvin Monroe (voiced by Harry Shearer) is a psychotherapist who first appeared in the first-season episode " There's No Disgrace Like Home ". Homer pawns the family television in order to afford a session with Monroe for him and his dysfunctional family. The failed attempt at therapy culminates with the Simpsons electroshocking each other endlessly, to the point of causing a chaotic brownout. Unable to help the Simpsons, Monroe refunds double what the Simpsons paid, and the Simpsons buy a new TV. 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. [190] The script of "Some Enchanted Evening" describes Monroe as "a heavy, chain-smoking, compulsive eater. " [191] The original idea behind the character, said Matt Groening, was that he was born Marilyn Monroe and was "very caught up over that", which is why he became a therapist. [192] Monroe's voice is based on psychiatrist David Viscott 's. [193] Among Monroe's works is Dr. Marvin Monroe's Guide to Etiquette, which Bart receives as a birthday gift in " Radio Bart ". Since the seventh season, the character Monroe has been retired, as voicing the character strained Shearer's throat. [194] [195] The character's retirement was marked by the broadcast of a Dr. Marvin Monroe Memorial Hospital over Lou 's walkie-talkie in " Who Shot Mr. Burns? (Part Two) ". [196] Since then, several references to Monroe being dead have been made: a glimpse of his gravestone in " Alone Again, Natura-Diddily ", a Dr. Marvin Monroe Memorial Gymnasium seen in " Bye Bye Nerdie ", and a trivia interstitial in the " 138th Episode Spectacular " regarding which popular characters had recently died. However, Monroe is seen alive in the fifteenth season in " Diatribe of a Mad Housewife " purchasing a copy of Marge's novel, The Harpooned Heart, stating simply that he had ".. very sick" when asked about his long absence by Marge. He was later seen as a ghost, claiming that he was "stuck in limbo" in " Treehouse of Horror XXV ". Manjula Nahasapeemapetilon [ edit] Manjula Nahasapeemapetilon is the wife of Apu Nahasapeemapetilon and the mother of their octuplets. She first appeared as a little girl in Apu's flashback in the seventh season episode " Much Apu About Nothing ", in which Apu tells her that he is sorry that their arranged marriage will not happen, before getting on a plane departing for the U. to pursue the American Dream. Her first adult appearance is in the ninth season episode " The Two Mrs. Nahasapeemapetilons ". [197] She claims Fried Green Tomatoes is her favorite book, movie, and food. She has excellent culinary skills, demonstrated by her ability to make a wide variety of dishes using only chickpeas, lentils, and sometimes rice. Apu is seen to be very romantically awkward, as well as quite distant from Manjula, and he previously told her that it was customary in America to work long hours, seven days a week, and to never see your wife. In another episode he dons a blonde wig, intending to ditch his family and return to India under the name Steve Barnes. In " The Sweetest Apu ", Apu has an affair with the Squishee lady. After Homer discovers this, he and Marge confront Apu, who caves under the guilt and vows to apologize to Manjula, who sets him a number of grueling tasks in penance. [197] Writer Richard Appel had pitched the idea of Apu marrying years before he wrote "The Two Mrs. Nahasapeemapetilons" for season nine. [198] For that episode, it took several attempts by the character designers to model Manjula because making women look appealing in Matt Groening 's drawing style is hard for the animators to do. [199] [200] Writer David Cohen named Manjula after a friend of much of the staff. [197] Manjula was voiced by actress Jan Hooks from seasons 9 to 14, [201] by Tress MacNeille in season 15 (only one appearance) and by Maggie Roswell thereafter. Manjula appeared in the season 26 episode " Covercraft " but did not speak. Martha Prince [ edit] Martha Prince, voiced by Jo Ann Harris (Season 1&2) Russi Taylor (Season 3-27) is the wife of Martin Prince Sr. and mother of Martin Prince. Martha attempted to sell Martin's extremely valuable Star Wars merchandise to Comic Book Guy for an extremely cheap price. She was warned by Bart and Milhouse and decided to not to do so. It was hinted by Martin that she shoplifts a lot, "stuff she doesn't even need". She was responsible for all of the guests, even her own son getting sick at his birthday party, by serving diseased oysters instead of cake, with the exception of Bart (who fed his oysters to Martin's pet cat), Lisa (who feigned sick to get out of the boring party) and Principal Skinner and Mrs. Krabappel (who were having a romantic encounter in Martin's kid-sized pink playhouse). Martha Quimby [ edit] Martha Quimby is the wife of the Mayor of Springfield Joseph Quimby. She wears a pink outfit and a pillbox hat similar to the outfit worn by Jackie Kennedy on the day of the Kennedy assassination. According to Mayor Quimby, the couple met while Martha was working at the " Maison Derrière ", a local burlesque house. She first appeared in " Bart Gets Famous ", [202] when she walks in on Mayor Quimby in bed with another woman, an event she laughs off when he defends himself with "I didn't do it. " She is humiliated when Marge accidentally uncovers her husband's lothario ways in " The Last of the Red Hat Mamas " and kicks Marge and her friends out before they can have tea. Martha Quimby is voiced by Maggie Roswell. Martin Prince [ edit] Martin Prince Jr. [203] was voiced by Russi Taylor until her death on July 26, 2019 and currently voiced by Grey Griffin. [204] He is a fourth grade student at Springfield Elementary School, is Bart Simpson 's classmate (and a temporary tutor on " Bart Gets an F "), Lisa Simpson 's intellectual rival, and Nelson Muntz 's favorite target for bullying. He is academically brilliant, a teacher's pet, and is portrayed as a stereotypical nerd, with enthusiasms for science fiction and role-playing games, and a poor fashion sense. [203] In some episodes, it is also implied that Martin may be a closeted homosexual. [205] Martin is the son of Martin Sr. and Martha. [203] He has an IQ of 216 ( which was thought to be Bart's IQ). As the class nerd, he unwittingly becomes the perfect target for ruthless bullying at Springfield Elementary School. He is a member of the Springfield band, and is often seen with a French horn. Martin's most famous catchphrases are "Behold! " and "Excelsior! " In The Simpsons Movie, Martin gets revenge for all the years of bullying by hitting Jimbo, Dolph and Kearney with a plank of wood. In " Dial 'N' for Nerder ", Bart's prank causes Martin to fall off a cliff, which he survives (although Bart and Lisa think he is dead and try a cover-up). Martin Prince Sr. [ edit] Martin Prince Sr. is the father of Martin Prince, and husband of Martha Prince. 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). He appears to be a nerd much like his son, and has a slight lisp. Martin Sr. was also one of the fathers who traveled in Ned Flanders's RV to locate their sons in Shelbyville. He is voiced by Dan Castellaneta. Mary Bailey [ edit] Mary Bailey is the Democratic governor of Springfield's state. She is voiced by Maggie Roswell. [2] She ran against Mr. Burns in " Two Cars in Every Garage and Three Eyes on Every Fish ", winning in a landslide after Mr. Burns spit out a piece of baked Three eyed Fish during a photo-op at the Simpsons' home. Mary Bailey would later appear briefly in the episode " Bart vs. the Third Grade " when Bart and Lisa's class visit Capital City. They show Bailey their class projects (designing a new state flag). Mary Bailey wails in disgust after unfurling Lisa's flag: Bart had redesigned it to look like a butt, with "Learn to Fart" underneath. She appears in " The Seven-Beer Snitch " where a prison is built out of a defunct concert hall. She decides to release all the abused prisoners to a garbage barge where they would "bare-knuckle box until one of you emerges as king of your floating hell". Mary Spuckler [ edit] Mary Wrestlemania Spuckler is one of Cletus and Brandine's many children. She is voiced by Zooey Deschanel. She first appeared in " Apocalypse Cow ", in which she befriends Bart when he joins the 4-H club. 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. However, after Mary agrees to take Lou, much to her and Bart's dismay, Cletus informs Bart that to them, a cow is a token of marriage. After some convincing from Lisa, Bart agrees to go along with the wedding in order to prevent Lou from being sent back to the slaughterhouse. However, before Bart and Mary can be wed, Marge crashes the wedding, and on her influence, Bart calls it off. Mary later reappeared in the twenty fourth season episode, " Moonshine River ". In it, she is deemed as Bart's last hope in his quest to find true love (in the form of one of his many former dates). When Bart arrives at the Spuckler house, Cletus informs him that she ran away after he scheduled her for marriage again. Her brother, Dubya, tells Bart that Mary ran away to New York City and gives him her address. After Bart and the rest of his family travel to The Big Apple, he eventually finds her at her address, and discovers that she has matured, becoming slightly taller and slimmer, and also learns that she now works as a writer and has a performance option on Saturday Night Live. Mary and several citizens of New York sing a song for Bart, and the two realize that they truly love one another. Before they can kiss, Cletus arrives, having somehow found out where Mary is, and asks her to return home. Mary accepts, but while at the train station, she and Bart take advantage of Cletus's distraction to flee to another departing train. Mary tells Bart that there will be more Mary Spucklers out there, and gives him their first kiss before she leaves. The family and Cletus arrive, with Cletus demanding where Mary is heading for, but Bart, not wanting to ruin his last chance at true love, refuses, and Cletus then accepts the fact that he must let his daughter go. Mary reappeared again in the season, in the episode "Love is a Many-Splintered Thing". Maude Flanders [ edit] Maude Flanders, voiced by Maggie Roswell and temporarily by Marcia Mitzman Gaven between 1999 and 2000, when Roswell did not work for the show, is the first wife of Ned Flanders, and the mother of Rod and Todd. While she was not employed outside the home, Maude was a busy homemaker and advocate for children, whose innocence was often sullied by cartoon violence, liberal education, and the insidious influences of popular culture. Although she spent much of her free time in prayer, reading the Bible, and helping out her husband at the Leftorium, she let her hair down for the occasional dinner parties at the home of her neighbors, the Simpsons. Homer often made statements insinuating his attraction to Maude. In the season 2 episode " The War of the Simpsons ", Homer ogled Maude's cleavage at a dinner party, which resulted in him and Marge going to marriage camp. In the season eleven episode " Alone Again, Natura-Diddily ", Maude was killed by a T-shirt cannon at the Springfield Speedway when Homer ducked at the last second to pick up a bobby pin on the ground. [206] She was knocked off the grandstand and her timely rescue was delayed because Homer had parked in the ambulance zone. Ned was devastated by her death. One of the most controversial moments in the show among fans, this kill-off was met with strong criticism but was decided by the show's producers in order to open new story lines for the episode. The character was voiced by Marcia Mitzman Gaven at that time. [207] [208] [209] [210] Roswell returned to The Simpsons in 2002 [211] after reaching a deal with producers to allow her to record her lines from her home in Denver. [212] Since returning, she has voiced Maude in flashbacks and as a ghost. [211] [213] Maude's ghost appears in the opening sequence for " Treehouse of Horror XIII ", and during the credits of " Bart Has Two Mommies " she is seen in heaven with Bob Hope and God. She appears through flashbacks in " Dangerous Curves ", " Take My Life, Please ", " Postcards from the Wedge " and " Fland Canyon ". She had a small role in " Treehouse of Horror XXII ". She also appeared as a ghost in the couch gag for S23 episode " Them, Robot ". Maude once again appears in Bart's dream-state in Flanders' Ladder where she plays a more pivotal role, and is almost successful in her desire for revenge against Homer. Mayor Quimby's bodyguards [ edit] Mayor Quimby's Bodyguards are two large and expressionless men in dark suits and sun glasses. They are usually seen flanking the mayor at town meetings, but sometimes they appear as members of a crowd. On one occasion they neglected their duties while admiring passing clouds, oblivious to Quimby being in danger. This resulted in their being temporarily replaced by Homer. When Cookie Kwan presented a baby that she claimed was Quimby's, the mayor passed it off to one of the bodyguards and tells him to raise the child as his own. The bodyguards put shades on the baby. Ms. Albright [ edit] Ms. Teresa Albright is voiced by Tress MacNeille. [2] She is the First Church of Springfield Sunday school teacher, who is constantly forced to deal with the children's questions about the more difficult to explain aspects of religion, leading her to yell "Is a little blind faith too little to ask? ". She first appeared in " The Telltale Head ". She speaks with a harsh Southern accent. She appears to be good friends with Helen Lovejoy and is occasionally seen in the background of various episodes as well as in church scenes (such as in the episode titled " The Father, the Son, and the Holy Guest Star "). Miss Springfield [ edit] Miss Springfield (originally voiced by Pamela Hayden and later by Tress MacNeille) is a beauty pageant winner, who first appears in " Whacking Day ". She is the lover of Mayor Quimby, and is seen several times in bed with him. She only appears with the sash and the crown of Miss Springfield. She has a distinctive, high-pitched voice, which Quimby had originally not heard due to nearby air traffic drowning her out during their romantic encounters, and regrets naming an opera house after her once he hears it. In " Mayored to the Mob ", she is one of two women escorting Mayor Quimby to a convention. Since then, she is often seen escorting him to Springfield events such as conventions, recitals, and plays. In one episode, it is revealed she is illiterate. Quimby scolds her for lying about her graduating from "typing school". She then admits she has trouble with the space bar. In " Smoke on the Daughter ", she appears (and claims to be) pregnant, and Quimby believes he may be the father. Mr. Costington [ edit] Mr. Bruce Costington, voiced by Hank Azaria, [214] is the president of Costington's Department Store. He first appeared as "Chairman" [215] in the season nine episode " Trash of the Titans ", in which he invented "Love Day", and later in " Homer vs. Dignity ". He is one of very few characters on the show who has eyebrows. Costington's catchphrase is "You're fiiired! ", delivered while shaking his jowls. In " The Boys of Bummer ", he hires Homer with a jowl-shaking "You're hiiired! " Homer has worked for him on three occasions: as a Thanksgiving Day Parade Santa Claus, mattress salesman, and model for top-brand jeans. He also employs the Yes Guy, who is seen working at the store in most of his appearances. Although he is usually generous, he can sometimes be insensitive. He has admitted to having a shoe-sniffing problem, and is still banned from the shoe department in his own store. Mr. Teeny [ edit] Louis " Mr. Teeny " Toot, also known as Joseph Teeny and voiced by Dan Castellaneta, is Krusty's trained chimpanzee who frequently appears on the show. He first appeared in " Itchy & Scratchy & Marge ". Like Krusty, he is a heavy smoker, and often seems depressed off-stage. He is sometimes seen as Krusty's driver and butler. Teeny's uncle was former head monkey at the ministry of tourism in Brazil. Three other monkeys have died while working for Krusty known by the same name. Krusty once said he missed the third Mr. Teeny and the current one could not hold a candle to him. In the episode " Day of the Jackanapes " Teeny saves Krusty from a bomb that Sideshow Bob has attached to Bart. His mother's name is Toot-Toot, and she refers to him as Louis when they are reunited in " Bart Has Two Mommies ". Teeny also was a writer for the "Good Guy Awards" and quit after being insulted on-stage by Krusty. He is an immigrant from Brazil and has been deported but was returned. He wears a pink hat and bow tie but has also been seen in a tuxedo and golden encrusted thong. Krusty has implied that if he can not find a human willing to donate a lung when he gets cancer, he is planning on harvesting one from Mr. Teeny. As of " Wedding For Disaster ", there have been seven Mr. Teenys. Mrs. Glick [ edit] Alice [216] Glick is an elderly shut-in for whom Bart did chores in " Three Men and a Comic Book "; he did not get paid very well, so he started to hate her. She had a brother named Asa, mentioned in the same episode, who died during World War I; he was killed by his own grenade, which he held for too long while naming off the men in his company (His last words were, "This one's for you, Kaiser Bill. Special delivery from Uncle Sam and all the boys in 'D' Company: Johnny, Harrison, Brooklyn Bob, and Reggie. Yeah, even Reggie! He ain't so stuck up once you get to kno--"). Doctor Hibbert once confessed to leaving his car keys inside her. She is occasionally seen in the background of various episodes, often with a toothless laugh. She is a stereotypical lonely old woman, who spends her days "watching her stories ". She was originally voiced by Cloris Leachman [217] and later by Tress MacNeille. She later dies from a heart attack caused by Bart and Martin's robotic seal on the episode " Replaceable You ". [216] Her final scene is dancing with Jesus in Heaven. [216] Mrs. Muntz [ edit] Mrs. Marilyn Muntz, voiced by Tress MacNeille, [19] is Nelson 's mother. Nelson receives his trademark laugh from her. Early on in the series, Nelson would mention his parents and it became apparent that Mrs. Muntz does not care much about her son. In " A Milhouse Divided ", Nelson tells Milhouse that his mom is addicted to cough drops, which is why his father left the family. Mrs. Muntz works at Hooters in " Bart Star ", but was fired in a later episode for gaining weight. She owns a dilapidated house and is depicted as a jailbird, a prostitute, a stripper, et al. In " 'Tis the Fifteenth Season ", she appears, telling Nelson that his father simply did not like him, and he left with her golden tooth. Nelson's mother was fully introduced in " Sleeping with the Enemy ", after years of being mentioned. A loud, high-pitched contemptuous woman, she neglects her son. She implies she misses Nelson's father (who, depending on episode, is either divorced from Nelson's mom, went insane and never came home, or was forced to work as a sideshow freak after suffering a peanut allergy). At the end of the episode, Nelson and his parents reunite, and she gets a job as Lady Macbeth with "the third director she slept with". Since then, she is often seen around in Springfield. Curiously, in Season 18 's " The Haw-Hawed Couple ", she appears with brown hair. As revealed in " Dial 'N' for Nerder ", Nelson refers to her as Mrs. Muntz. She has a brief appearance in The Simpsons Movie, at the end of the sequence where Bart skateboards to the Krustyburger in the nude. N [ edit] Nahasapeemapetilon octuplets [ edit] The Nahasapeemapetilon octuplets are the children of Apu and Manjula, four boys and four girls. Called: Anoop, Nabendu, Sandeep, Gheet, Uma, Poonam, Pria and Sashi. Introduced in the episode Eight Misbehavin', they're the result of Manjula being slipped fertility drugs not only by her husband, but by most of the Simpson family as well as part of trying to help Apu and Manjula conceive after weeks of failure. O [ edit] Old Barber [ edit] Jake the Barber [218] originated in one of the Tracey Ullman shorts, " Bart's Haircut ". [219] In the short, he cuts Bart's hair not to his liking and Bart tries several ways to hide it. Dan Castellaneta, who voiced the Old Barber in that short and in subsequent episodes in the series, based the voice on comedian Bob Elliott 's. [220] The Old Barber made his last appearance in the twelfth season episode " Lisa the Tree Hugger ". He was voiced by Harry Shearer in that episode. [221] David Silverman had to create a model sheet of the Old Barber for Jim Reardon, who directed " 22 Short Films about Springfield ". Before then, there was no model sheet for the character. [222] Old Jewish Man [ edit] Asa Hassan, a. Old Jewish Man, or Crazy Old Man (according to " Krusty Gets Kancelled ") (voiced by Hank Azaria), is Abraham Simpson and Jasper Beardly 's friend. Mayor Quimby once referred to him as "Old Jewish Man"; also, a list of heart recipients in " Homer's Paternity Coot " listed him as "Old Jewish Man". He speaks with a stereotypical Yiddish accent and curses in Yiddish in one episode. He is apparently friendly with Krusty the Clown and Krusty's father, according to " Simpsons Christmas Stories ". He is often seen yelling at people, and as seen in " Attack of the 50-Foot Eyesores ", owns a store called Zip Boys, a parody of Pep Boys. He once had a brief period of stardom after his act of dancing on a street corner singing " The Old Gray Mare " with his pants down became a hit on television. In " Natural Born Kissers ", it was revealed that he worked as a studio executive during the making of Casablanca and suppressed an alternate ending to the film (and also suppressed an alternate ending to It's A Wonderful Life that would have included a killing spree). He observes that the quality of studio management has changed over the years. In " Love Is a Many Strangled Thing " he dies from overexerting himself while dancing (though this does not stop his ghost from dancing), but in " Replaceable You ", he is alive. Opal [ edit] Opal (voiced by Tress MacNeille) is a talk show host. This celebrity is based on Oprah Winfrey and her eponymous television show. She first appears in " Ice Cream of Margie (with the Light Blue Hair) " where her segment on successful women depresses Marge, who feels her life of chores and child-raising has left her without any purpose. She later appeared in the back-to-back nineteenth season episodes " Husbands and Knives " and " Funeral for a Fiend ". Marge is a fan and was interviewed by Opal after achieving success through her chain of Shapes gyms for women. Otto Mann [ edit] Otto Mann (voiced by Harry Shearer) [223] is the school bus driver for Springfield Elementary School. He is notable for his bad driving (which got him temporarily fired on the season three episode "The Otto Show"), his drug use (mostly marijuana and hallucinogenics, as mentioned on season seven's "Homerpalooza"), and his love of heavy metal music. His father is an Admiral with the Navy who doesn't like that his son wasted his youth and never amounted to anything. He was modelled upon early Simpsons writer Wallace Wolodarsky, who at the time wore long black hair, shorts and a baseball cap. [224] P [ edit] The Parson [ edit] The Parson (voiced by Hank Azaria) is a charismatic major leader of the Presbylutheran faith practiced in Springfield. He is a former college roommate and close friend to Reverend Lovejoy. His world spiritual headquarters is in Michigan City, Indiana. His appearance and mannerisms are similar to those of Bing Crosby. Patches and Poor Violet [ edit] Patches and Poor Violet are two of Springfield's orphans, voiced by Pamela Hayden and Tress MacNeille, respectively. Introduced in " Miracle on Evergreen Terrace ", Patches gives the dollar they were saving to Bart, which was their vitamin money. They have since had appearances in " I'm Goin' to Praiseland " and " Simple Simpson ", but are seen in many other episodes. Poor Violet often has a cough, while Patches seems to vaguely resemble Tiny Tim from Charles Dickens ' A Christmas Carol. Their skin color is not the "healthy" yellow of the Simpson family, but rather a more sallow, sickly tone. Plopper [ edit] "Spider-Pig" redirects here. For the variation of Spider-Man who happens to be a pig, see Spider-Ham. For the song of the same name, see The Simpsons Movie: The Music. Plopper, also known as Spider-Pig (a play on the popular fictional character Spider-Man) and Harry Plopper (a play on the popular fictional character Harry Potter), is a pig who first appears in The Simpsons Movie. Plopper has since become memetic, gaining popularity in the real world and on the internet, especially his theme song "Spider-Pig", which peaked at number 23 in the UK Singles Chart. [225] The pig is voiced by Tress MacNeille. Plopper has also made appearances in the episodes and comics, and also appears in the reanimated opening sequence, featuring in the pan across Springfield. Plopper's first appearance is in the movie, where he stars in a TV ad to promote Krusty's new burger, The Clogger. After the filming is completed, Krusty orders the pig to be killed. Homer becomes upset about this, and immediately adopts him. Homer then spends a lot of time with Plopper and neglects Bart. Later in the movie, Homer is seen making the pig walk on the ceiling while singing " Spider Pig ", a parody of the Spider-Man theme song. Homer later calls him Harry Plopper, and the pig is seen with glasses and a lightning bolt-shaped scar, based on the character Harry Potter. Homer then creates a large container in which to put Plopper's "leavings", which he dumps in a lake and pollutes the whole area, leading to the shutdown and near-destruction of Springfield (to which Homer does not want to return). At one point in the movie, the Simpsons' house is completely destroyed after being sucked into a sinkhole in their backyard. This may lead to the assumption that the pig is killed in the movie. However, during the 2007 San Diego Comic Convention, an official Simpsons Panel revealed that there was a scene at the end of the movie involving the pig that was cut which later appeared on the DVD. [226] This removed sequence is a slightly alternate ending of the movie when the townspeople are rebuilding the Simpsons' house and involves Plopper, Blinky: the-Three-Eyed-Fish, and Santa's Little Helper painting a dog house. During the following TV seasons, Plopper makes a few more appearances including a main role in the 2017 episode Pork and Burns. Poochie [ edit] Poochie is an anthropomorphic dog voiced by Dan Castellaneta and Alex Rocco that appeared in " The Itchy & Scratchy & Poochie Show ". When network executives decided that The Itchy and Scratchy Show needed an "update" to keep the interest of its audience, they devised Poochie, a cartoon dog "with an attitude". After widespread auditions, Homer was chosen to provide Poochie's voice. The character debuted to an unimpressed audience, following a massive publicity campaign; he only served to interfere with the well-oiled machine of hyperviolent slapstick that Itchy and Scratchy had perfected over the years. When dissatisfied viewers flooded the network with letters crying for Poochie's immediate removal, if not death, the executives decided to get rid of the character. Homer begged for another chance, insisting that Poochie would grow on the audience; this argument held little weight until the actress who performed voices for both Itchy and Scratchy declared her support for Poochie as well. However, Homer was shocked when the next cartoon aired: it contained a hastily animated, retroscripted segment stating that Poochie had decided to return to his "home planet", and that he died on the way there. Poochie has since been seen once at a funeral in an Itchy & Scratchy cartoon featured in " Little Big Mom ". [227] In " Treehouse of Horror IX ", he skateboards in the road and gets run over by Scratchy driving a car. However, he survives, only to have his skateboard fall from the sky and hit him in the head. He continues to be released in Itchy & Scratchy-related merchandise such as T-shirts in " Fat Man and Little Boy ". A matrix Poochie appears in " Kill Gil Vols. 1 & 2 " during the Krusty on Ice show, and a Poochie balloon appears in the cartoon in " Funeral for a Fiend ". Poochie reappeared in The Simpsons Game as a boss on the Grand Theft Scratchy level. Princess Kashmir [ edit] Princess Kashmir, voiced by Maggie Roswell, is the belly dancer who first appears in " Homer's Night Out " (and was the first woman who almost ruined Homer's marriage to Marge as Marge saw Homer dancing with her as a bad example for Bart in how to treat women). She dated Apu in " Lisa's Pony ", dated Apu's brother Sanjay on a few occasions, is seen dancing with Otto in the episode " Flaming Moe's ", and with Chief Wiggum in the episode " Homer vs. the Eighteenth Amendment " (which also shocked and offended the women in town, much like what happened with Homer). She has appeared in two couch gags (the one on "Marge vs. The Monorail, in which the Simpsons sit on the couch, followed by three rows of recurring extras and secondary characters, and the Sgt. Pepper album parody on "Bart After Dark" and the original airing of "The Itchy and Scratchy and Poochy Show"), and is seen dancing on the stage in the Maison Derrière in the episode " Bart After Dark ". Her nickname is 'Queen of the Mysterious East'. Her real name is Shauna Tifton, and also goes by April Flowers when performing in strip clubs. According to the DVD commentary for the season eight episode "Bart After Dark", Princess Kashmir was originally going to be an actual bachelor party stripper on her premiere episode, but the FOX censors at the time objected (though they had no problem letting Princess Kashmir tell Bart that she works under the name "April Flowers" when she performs at strip clubs). She was also seen in The Simpsons Movie during a crowd scene. Principal Dondelinger [ edit] Harlan Dondelinger, voiced by Harry Shearer, was Springfield High School's principal, first seen in the episode " The Way We Was ", a flashback to Homer and Marge 's senior year in high school. 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. He appeared in " Half-Decent Proposal " when Artie Ziff, Marge's high school prom date, recreated their prom. Dondelinger made his most recent appearance in the twentieth season episode " Take My Life, Please ", in which it is revealed that he rigged the high-school senior class presidential election against Homer, after hearing that the students were going to vote for Homer as a joke. Upon finding out, Homer was angry with Dondelinger, who claimed that he had only done it to spare Homer's feelings. Homer's anger escalated when he dug up the ballot-box, only to find out that he actually won, making him Class President. R [ edit] Rabbi Hyman Krustofsky [ edit] Hyman Krustofsky was the father of Krusty the Clown who first appeared in the third season episode " Like Father, Like Clown ". [228] In this episode, in season fifteen 's " Today I Am a Clown ", and season twenty-one 's " Once Upon a Time in Springfield " he is voiced in those episodes and others by comedian Jackie Mason and sometimes by Dan Castellaneta. In " Like Father, Like Clown ", Rabbi Krustofski had been estranged from his son for twenty-five years, having disowned Krusty when the young man chose to become a clown rather than follow the family tradition of becoming a rabbi. Years later, after much exchanging of Talmud passages between Bart and the Rabbi, Bart read a quote from Sammy Davis Jr. admiring the Jews, which finally convinced Rabbi Krustofski to accept his son for his career in entertainment. He and Krusty reunited on the air of Krusty's show. The episode "Like Father Like Clown" is a parody of the film The Jazz Singer. The parody was writer Jay Kogen 's idea. [229] He thought it would be a funny parallel—and a chance to do a lot of easy jokes—if it were a clown instead of a singer who gets rejected by his father. [230] The character's casting was fitting in that the real-life Mason, like Krusty, also came from a family of rabbis but instead became a comedian. Rabbi Krustofski later conducted Krusty's Bar Mitzvah in " Today I Am a Clown ", admitting that he had not previously, out of fear that the young Krusty would just make fun of the whole thing. In " Clown in the Dumps ", Krusty comes to him for advice and he dies when telling Krusty that his jokes were "Eh". Jackie Mason won a Primetime Emmy Award for Outstanding Voice-Over Performance for his performance as Krustofski in "Like Father, Like Clown" in 1992. [231] The Phoenix named Mason one of the show's 20 best guest stars. [232] Rachel Jordan [ edit] Rachel Jordan (voiced by Shawn Colvin) is the lead singer of Kovenant, a fictional Christian rock band. She is first seen in " Alone Again, Natura-Diddily ", when she befriends the widower Ned Flanders. She appears towards the end of the episode singing the song " He's the Man " while the organist at the church was on a much needed vacation. The song was featured on The Simpsons: Testify. She returns in " I'm Goin' to Praiseland ". 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. At the end of the episode, she returns and has a date with Flanders. She has not made an appearance since. Radioactive Man [ edit] Radioactive Man is a fictional comic book superhero. The character was heavily featured in the episodes " Three Men and a Comic Book " and " Radioactive Man ". [233] Within the Simpsons universe, he was created by Morty Mann. He has been portrayed in many media since his debut in Interesting Stories No. 27. [234] The first issue of Radioactive Man appeared in 1952. He was featured in at least one 1950s era black-and-white serial, sponsored by Laramie Cigarettes. [235] There was also a campy early 1970s television series resembling Batman. This version was played by an actor named Dirk Richter, who was allegedly murdered in a brothel some time after the show ended, a parody of George Reeves and the controversy surrounding his death. In the episode "Radioactive Man", a Hollywood studio attempted to film a Radioactive Man movie in Springfield. The movie starred Rainier Wolfcastle as Radioactive Man. The role of Fallout Boy, Radioactive Man's sidekick, was cast from local children and went to Milhouse Van Houten. The movie was never completed due to budget overruns caused by constant price-gouging by Springfield vendors, and Milhouse snapping from the pressure of the role, and refusing to continue to portray Fallout Boy. A last-ditch attempt at replacing Milhouse with Mickey Rooney fails, and the movie is cancelled. [236] Outside The Simpsons, the Radioactive Man character also appeared in a real comic book series based on him that was first published by Bongo Comics in 1993. [237] The Bongo comics expanded more on the character, including his powers, giving him several which parodied those of Superman including super speed, flight, and the power to fire beams of "clean, nuclear heat" from his eyes. In the comics, his regular personality, "Claude Kane III", is seen as a useless layabout. Claude's main love interest, journalist Gloria Grand, has little interest in him, and dismisses him as a 'rich kid'. The character has also appeared in issues of Simpsons Comics [237] and Simpsons Super Spectacular, and in the 1992 video game Bartman Meets Radioactive Man. [233] Rainier Wolfcastle [ edit] Rainier Luftwaffe Wolfcastle (voiced by Harry Shearer) is an action hero star and a close parody of actor/bodybuilder/politician Arnold Schwarzenegger. [238] This basis has been drawn out over the series. Wolfcastle is a native of Austria, as is Schwarzenegger; he got his start as a child acting in national commercials, most notably for the bratwurst company Fritz Schnackenpfefferhausen. Wolfcastle's wife is named Maria, just like the real Schwarzenegger's now divorced wife Maria Shriver. Maria is a member of the political Quimby dynasty. Like Schwarzenegger, Wolfcastle is an active member of the Republican Party and owns a Hummer. In the episode " The Boy Who Knew Too Much ", Bart Simpson tells Wolfcastle that his "last movie really sucked" (along with Chief Wiggum 's line of "'Magic Ticket' my ass, McBain! "), alluding to Schwarzenegger's then-recent film Last Action Hero, which had been a disappointment at the box office. [239] Wolfcastle owns a restaurant named Planet Springfield, a parody of Planet Hollywood, which Schwarzenegger co-owned with other celebrities. [240] Wolfcastle has starred in many action movies, most notably the McBain series (a parody of action movies such as Die Hard) and the movie of Radioactive Man, a loose parody of the Batman television series. When clips of the McBain films are played in the order in which they aired, they form a mini-movie with a full storyline. [241] The credits of the mini-movie had captions, "But McBain will be back in You Have The Right To Remain DEAD " parodying the early James Bond movies along with the style of music traditionally used in those films. [242] Wolfcastle's more recent movies have gained less renown, and he is even forced to do comedies. Wolfcastle has made appearances as an Academy Award presenter, a celebrity spokesperson, and a celebrity judge. In a recall election of Mayor Quimby, Wolfcastle ran for his seat. He has a daughter named Greta who had a crush on Bart in the episode " The Bart Wants What It Wants ". The writers invented Wolfcastle as the action hero McBain for the episode " Oh Brother, Where Art Thou? ". Because they liked the scene involving the character from that episode, they used him again in " The Way We Was ", which was recorded and aired before "Oh Brother, Where Art Thou? " The McBain films satirize clichés of action films. [243] The character was originally named McBain, until an actual film called McBain was released in 1991. That film's producers refused to allow the show to use the name, so "Rainier Wolfcastle" became the name of the actor playing the McBain role. [244] Dan Castellaneta, the voice of Homer Simpson, doubles as Wolfcastle when Harry Shearer is absent from table reads. [238] In The Simpsons Movie, a characterization of Schwarzenegger is the President of the United States. He is very similar to the design of Wolfcastle but with more wrinkles under his eyes and a different hairstyle. [245] Rich Texan [ edit] Richard O'Hara [ citation needed], mainly known as The Rich Texan (voiced by Dan Castellaneta). [33] He is a stereotypical rich, callous but gregarious businessman and owner of the Springfield Atoms football team and the fictional Simpsons version of the Boston Celtics, which he lost to Mr. Burns in a poker game at Billionaire Camp in the episode "The Burns and The Bees. " He is an active member of the Springfield Republican Party and speaks with a heavy Texas drawl. His morality can wildly vary from episode to episode; sometimes selfish and sadistic, and at other times polite and friendly. In the fifth-season episode " $pringfield " (the Rich Texan's debut, though a similar character once appeared in the season two episode "Old Money"), Homer addresses the Rich Texan as Senator, although this was never again referenced. Rich Texan sports a bolo tie and a white cowboy hat. He is also obsessive-compulsive, as revealed in " The Seemingly Never-Ending Story ". He claimed in " Marge's Son Poisoning " that he enjoys moonlit walks on the beach; in the same episode he held Homer and Moe at gunpoint while forcing them to walk with him after the duo carried out a deception on him. He is seen pulling out a pair of revolvers and firing them into the air while yelling "Yee Haw! " whenever he is happy or excited. He was briefly incarcerated due to one of his stray bullets hitting a Texas Ranger. He has a gay grandson, as revealed in " Million Dollar Abie " and a daughter named Paris Texan (who looks and acts like hotel heiress Paris Hilton). In the episode " Havana Wild Weekend the Rich Texan says New Hampshire is his home state, and in " Revenge Is a Dish Best Served Three Times ", he is from Connecticut, despite his brash, stereotypically Southern persona (parodying the fact that although former president George W. Bush is most closely associated with Texas, he was actually born in New Haven, Connecticut). The popular culture perception of Lyndon B. Johnson also contributed to the Rich Texan's characterization. Richard [ edit] Richard is a gray-haired student at Springfield Elementary School and is one of Bart's friends. He is first seen in " Bart the Genius ". He is usually seen with his best friend Lewis and has a leather jacket and a shirt with a small diamond embroidered on the center. Richard appears frequently in scenes involving the Springfield children, and in the early seasons was often involved with mischief. He has been voiced over the course of the series by Nancy Cartwright, Jo Ann Harris, Pamela Hayden and Maggie Roswell. In early seasons he and Lewis were commonly seen hanging out with Bart and Milhouse, but in recent years they are mostly seen in the classroom and in crowd scenes. He had a brief speaking part in " The Haw-Hawed Couple ", in which he was voiced by Pamela Hayden. His hair color changes from black to gray, to brown, and then to blue throughout the course of the show. However, in Simpsons Comics, his hair always appears gray. Rod Flanders [ edit] Rod Flanders is voiced by Pamela Hayden. Rod is Ned Flanders' twelve-year-old son. Rod prays often; first thing in the morning and last thing before bed. He prays for God to watch over him and his younger brother, Todd, as well as for the success of his father's business. He also prays for all of the other children like his neighbor Bart Simpson, who do not pray for themselves. Ned has described Rod's hobbies as including "being quiet during trips, clapping with songs and diabetes ". Rod's largest role was in " Bart Has Two Mommies ", where he obtains new climbing skills and rescues Bart from a chimpanzee atop a church. This episode also reveals that Rod thinks of Marge as the most fun he has had since his mother died. In earlier episodes (" When Flanders Failed " and " Dead Putting Society "), Rod is overshadowed by his younger brother, who plays parts in both. In " 'Tis the Fifteenth Season ", he mentions that he is "jealous of girls 'cause they get to wear dresses'", suggesting nascent transvestism. In a "freeze-frame gag" in the episode " Homer Badman ", Rod is stated to be the younger Flanders child. In the flash-forward episode " Bart to the Future ", Flanders justifies lending Bart money as a gesture of goodwill due to Bart's having apparently not outed Rod and Todd as being gay. Roger Meyers Jr. [ edit] 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. He distributes the cartoon, which is frequently criticized by parents because of its violent nature. He is a jaded and selfish businessman who has nothing but contempt for the children who comprise his audience. In the episode " The Day the Violence Died ", when I&S Studios is bankrupted following their trial against Chester J. Lampwick, when Bart and Lisa are too late in providing information that could save the company, he tells them condescendingly, "Great, mail it to last week when I might have cared. I've got cartoons to make. " He has an obnoxious and short tempered personality. This is displayed in his contempt for the writers of Itchy and Scratchy when Abe Simpson becomes the flavour of the month, going as far as physically abusing a fired writer and sending Lisa and Bart a letter filled with explicit and rude language in the process. And again when holding auditions for the voice of Poochie. After first hiring Otto, he then chooses Troy McClure, telling Otto, "Take a hike you bum", when seconds earlier he was "perfect". In " The Itchy & Scratchy & Poochie Show ", he creates Poochie in an attempt to bring the show's ratings back up. Homer is asked to voice Poochie, and does so. The show's ratings plummet, and Poochie is despised. He is nearly killed off in the next episode (after only one appearance), but ends up being dubbed over to have returned to his own planet (and died on the way). In The Simpsons arcade game mobile, he appears as a boss in the Springfield Mall and uses an axe, a mallet, and bombs that look like Itchy and Scratchy. Ruth Powers [ edit] Ruth Powers is the Simpsons' next-door neighbor, introduced when she moves to their neighborhood in the episode " New Kid on the Block ". She is divorced and has a daughter, Laura Powers. According to "New Kid on the Block", Ruth divorced her husband because his career got in the way with his family life, but in " Marge on the Lam ", Ruth tells Marge that all her husband ever did was "eat, sleep, and drink beer" and never gave her money for child support (which led to Ruth stealing her husband's convertible). 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 "). She even continues to be a background character despite her later imprisonment. She nearly always wears a red headscarf. In the episode " The Cartridge Family " she was part of the NRA. She was voiced by Pamela Reed in her first two speaking appearances. David Mirkin said that Pamela Reed always would give great performances and that he does not know why they did not use her more. [246] The episode "Marge on the Lam" features Ruth and Marge going on the run from the law in a stolen convertible in a light parody of Thelma & Louise. Ruth makes an appearance in the episode " Strong Arms of the Ma ", as a huge female bodybuilder, advising Marge (who is taking up weightlifting) to use steroids. 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. " Her daughter, Laura, has not been seen after "New Kid on the Block". In 'Tis the Fifteenth Season she is shown still living next door to the Simpsons. S [ edit] Sam and Larry [ edit] Sam and Larry, also known as "Barfly #1" and "Barfly #2", are two regular patrons of Moe's Tavern. Their first appearance is in " Simpsons Roasting on an Open Fire ". Virtually nothing is known about them, except that Sam always wears a cap and glasses and Larry has an orange jacket and a balding head and either looks extremely drunk or very depressed. 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. In " Worst Episode Ever " Sam is shot in the back by Moe, for trying to pay in Sacagawea dollars. Larry also rarely speaks, except simultaneously with Sam, Barney Gumble and Homer Simpson in " Radioactive Man " and in fantasy sequences (in " Marge Be Not Proud ", Larry utters a garbled, "Merry Christmas and a Happy New Year" after Bart receives a soiled wig during Bart's image of spending Christmas in juvenile hall and in " Simpson Tide ", Larry grumbles, "This stupid machine took my money! " when Apu was thinking of his loved one—in this case, his Kwik-E-Mart cigarette machine that steals money and does not dispense cigarettes). Sanjay Nahasapeemapetilon [ edit] Sanjay Nahasapeemapetilon, voiced by Harry Shearer, [19] is Apu Nahasapeemapetilon 's younger brother and uncle of Apu's eight children. He has a daughter named Pahusacheta (who performed in a beauty pageant) and a son named Jamshed (who, despite his young age, can wield a shotgun and run The Kwik-E-Mart when Apu is not there to do so). Sanjay has a wife, as he asked Apu to promise not to sleep with her if he dies (Apu's response to this request was a cheery "I promise nothing! "). Sanjay was shown as Apu's business partner at the Kwik-E-Mart in the earlier episodes. " I'm with Cupid " was his final speaking appearance until " Covercraft ". 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. Sanjay can also be seen in the season nine episode "Dumbbell Indemnity" on a sign outside "Stu's Disco" that reads, "You Must Be This Swarthy To Enter". Sarah Wiggum [ edit] Sarah Wiggum (née Kanickee), voiced by Pamela Hayden. [19] She is the gentle wife of Chief Wiggum and mother of Ralph Wiggum. She first appeared in the fourth season episode " Duffless ". [247] Like Bernice Hibbert and Martha Quimby, she is one of the less notable characters who hardly ever speaks; however, in The Simpsons Game she only ever says "Clancy! ", whether hit by or in Marge's mob. In the episode, " A Star Is Born Again ", at the Jellyfish Dance, Clancy mentions she was more beautiful at that moment than the day he arrested her, to which she giggles in reply. He then mentions he only planted the crystal meth on her so she would "notice" him. Sarah (according to Clancy) is his "home force" and he affectionately calls her " Poppin' Fresh ". In the episode, " Grade School Confidential ", she immediately dials the authorities to Clancy's command. Ralph apparently gets his appearance from her, as the two look very similar. According to "Eternal Moonshine of the Simpson Mind", Marge does not like Sarah at all and tried to keep her from Homer's cruise party. Scott Christian [ edit] Scott Christian (voiced by Dan Castellaneta) is a newsreader from the early seasons of the show. Originally, Christian and Kent Brockman shared the anchor desk equally, but eventually Brockman started to become the more commonly used anchor. In his final appearances, Christian was used mostly when Kent was in the field and an introduction was needed. His final speaking appearance was " The Boy Who Knew Too Much ", save for one syllable in " Radioactive Man ". Christian was supposed to be permanent anchor, [248] always filling in for an absent Brockman, but was quickly phased out as the show progressed. He briefly appeared (with red colored hair) with the other Springfield celebrities in the season 18 episode " Homerazzi " and made an appearance in " Guess Who's Coming to Criticize Dinner? ". Sea Captain [ edit] Captain Horatio Peter McCallister, more commonly known as " The Sea Captain ", created by Conan O'Brien and voiced by Hank Azaria. [72] Azaria modelled the voice on actor Robert Newton, who played pirates in several movies. [249] The writers' "love of sea talk" is what inspired them to invent the Sea Captain. [250] His character is based on the stereotype of sailors and pirates, including the stereotypical pirate catchphrase, "Yarr! " He is a member of the Springfield Alcoholics Anonymous and has a peg leg in which he keeps liquor. In " The Bart of War " he uses his wooden leg to have a vicious sword fight with Sideshow Mel 's bone. [251] He is commonly referred to simply as "the Sea Captain", though when he took the witness stand in " New Kid on the Block ", Lionel Hutz clearly addresses him as "Captain McCallister". The Sea Captain is always seen holding a corncob pipe and squinting (because he has at least one glass eye, though once he was seen tapping both of his eyes, stating he has two glass eyes). He also has an artificial leg. As an entrepreneur, McCallister is equally incompetent. On several occasions, he acknowledges his incompetence with a depressed: "Yarr, I don't know what I'm doin'. " Although he once states under oath (in "New Kid on the Block") that he is not a real sea captain, at various occasions in later episodes he is indeed shown captaining a ship (even though "Bart's Girlfriend" revealed that he ".. [s] the sea and everything in it" during the part where he watches ships crash). His restaurant, The Frying Dutchman, is a failing business venture that does not generate enough income to support its owner. During the episode " Mr. Plow ", the Captain pitches his 90 track sea shanties CD set in a commercial, which aired on public-access television cable TV channel 92. In the episode " Lisa Gets an "A" ", the captain appears as a penniless bum. When seeing Homer and Marge walking Homer's pet lobster at the beach, he approaches them and claims that he runs a "small academy for lobsters". However, when Marge refuses to send the lobster away to "some snobby boarding school", McCallister asks her for spare change instead. It is implied that he may be bi-sexual; in the episode " A Star is Born-Again ", he responds to what he believes as Ned Flanders showing interest in him with, "Are you hitting on me? Because I don't do land. " His only main roles were in episodes "New Kid on the Block" and in " The Wettest Stories Ever Told ". In the former, Homer sues his restaurant, The Frying Dutchman, because they kicked him out at the restaurant's closing time before Homer had eaten all he could eat. In the latter, he cannot bring the Simpsons their food for numerous reasons like the "chef having problems with tonight's special", which was an octopus. He then ignores the family while playing pickup basketball games with the restaurant's staff. Shauna Chalmers [ edit] Shauna Chalmers is a rebellious, promiscuous teenager who is Superintendent Chalmers' daughter. Voiced by Tress MacNeille. She is usually portrayed as Jimbo's girlfriend, but in " The D'oh-cial Network " she apparently sent a message to everybody promising to make out with them. In " Beware My Cheating Bart ", she has a relationship with Bart. Sherri and Terri [ edit] Sherri and Terri Mackleberry, both voiced by Russi Taylor (1990–2019) and Grey DeLisle (2019–present), [204] are identical twin sisters with long purple hair and pale skin. They perpetually reinforce their identities as twins, with things such as making up their own "twin" language. They are in the same class as Bart at Springfield Elementary School. In " Homer's Odyssey " it is revealed that their father is Homer 's supervisor at the Springfield Nuclear Power Plant. He fires Homer for causing an accident while waving to Bart from a cart during a school tour of the plant. Homer, however, has the last laugh when he is promoted above the twins' father to safety inspector by his boss Mr. Their mother is shown in " Bart Sells His Soul " and looks just like her daughters. Sherri is two seconds older than Terri; [252] they share their birthday with Rod Flanders. In one episode when it seemed if Springfield was going to be lost in a nuclear explosion, it was Sherri—rather than Terri—who was picked for survival by Principal Skinner. The girls themselves dress identically, reinforcing their "twin-ness". They are quite rude and snobbish, and never miss an opportunity to berate Bart and make fun of Lisa. Bart appears to have a crush on one of them, as admitted in " Hungry, Hungry Homer ". Sherri referred to Bart as an ugly, smelly dork, but was persuaded by Homer to go on a date with Bart after he told her that she could not do much better. Sherri stated that Terri had a crush on Bart in " Bart Star ". Another time, in " Hello Gutter, Hello Fadder ", Homer openly addressed Sherri as "the girl Bart has a crush on". In " The Way We Weren't ", they introduce a cousin who has a crush on Bart. In " The Blue and the Gray ", it was revealed that they were actually conjoined triplets, and that the third triplet is seeking revenge. The third triplet is seen by Marge in " The Daughter Also Rises ", but they suggest that she may only be hallucinating. In " Lisa's Substitute ", they nominate Bart as the class president. Sideshow Mel [ edit] Melvin Van Horne, better known as Sideshow Mel (voiced by Dan Castellaneta), is Krusty the Clown 's sidekick. He replaced Sideshow Bob after Bob was incarcerated for framing Krusty for armed robbery. Mel's hiring was never explicitly shown in the series and his full name was only revealed when he announced himself while trying to solve the mystery of who shot Mr. Burns in the episode " Who Shot Mr. Burns? (Part Two) " and in the episode " All About Lisa " on the portrait of Sideshow Mel in the past. He first appeared in " Itchy & Scratchy & Marge ", shortly after Sideshow Bob was sent to prison, filling the exact role that Bob once did. Little is known about Mel. He is a Cornell University graduate, and a former Gulp 'n Blow employee (during the time that Krusty's show was cancelled and Bart and Lisa set out to create a comeback special). Sideshow Mel is revealed, in the episode entitled "All About Lisa", to have been the winner of the prestigious Springfield Entertainer of the Year award. The intoxication of applause made him reduce himself to ridiculous behavior for laughter, which he compared to doing heroin and checking email. Sideshow Mel uses a slide whistle to communicate on camera, just like Bob. When not in character, Mel speaks in a grandiose English/ Received Pronunciation accent (Castellaneta's play on Kelsey Grammer 's character, Sideshow Bob) and owns poodles. When Springfield inhabitants form an angry mob, Mel often takes a leading role. Mel wears a bone in his hair that has been used as a weapon. In " 22 Short Films About Springfield ", Mel reveals that he got the bone stuck in his hair by trying to dig gum out with it. In " Homerazzi " it was revealed that Mel was in a bitter custody battle and that he has a son, who looks just like him except without a bone in his hair. In " I'm with Cupid ", he reveals he has a wife named Barbara, who appears in " Realty Bites " where they are bowling in a house that Marge tries to sell to them. She is revealed to be giving birth in the episode " All About Lisa ", suggesting that Mel has at least two children. She looks like a European woman, and has light hair. It has been suggested that Mel is very wealthy, able to afford betting thousands of dollars on football regularly. Sideshow Mel is often subject to abuse by Krusty, just as Sideshow Bob was before him. Such occurrences include 'Krusty's Slide', where he is forced into a mixture of pudding, pickle brine and laundry detergent, a tub of rancid Béarnaise sauce and a tub of refried beans; another unseen one is in " Krusty Gets Kancelled " where he states that Krusty once poured liquid nitrogen down his pants and cracked his buttocks with a hammer. In the episode " Day of the Jackanapes ", it is shown that Krusty can remember Sideshow Bob's name, but not Sideshow Mel's. Snake Jailbird [ edit] Albert Knickerbocker, better known as Snake Jailbird (usually referred to as simply Snake) (voiced by Hank Azaria) is a recurring character who is Springfield 's resident recidivist felon, always getting arrested but rarely staying in jail. [253] He made his debut appearance in the episode 7F20 (the production code of his debut episode). His first name was first mentioned by his cellmate Sideshow Bob in the season 3 episode " Black Widower ". In the script, the writers had simply mentioned a character named Snake and it had been the directors who had assigned that existing character design to the name. [254] Snake was named the 19th (out of 25) of IGN 's Top 25 Simpsons Peripheral Characters. [255] Sophie Krustofsky [ edit] Sophie Krustofsky is the illegitimate daughter of Krusty and a Gulf War veteran. who debuts in Insane Clown Poppy when she meets her father for the first time and though he loses her trust by gambling away her violin, both Krusty and Homer work together to get it back. She makes a minor reappearance in " Marge Gamer ". [256] and later additional appearances in The Nightmare After Krustmas where she wants to spend Christmas with her father despite the fact the difference in their religious faiths (as she was raised a Christian unlike Krusty who was Jewish) to where Krusty almost converts to Christianity and E My Sports, where she participates in an Esports game as a member of Bart's team. Sophie was voiced by Drew Barrymore in her first appearance and later by Natasha Lyonne in additional appearances. Squeaky-Voiced Teen [ edit] Squeaky-Voiced Teen, a. Pimple-Faced Teen, real name Jeremy Freedman (voiced by Dan Castellaneta), [19] is one of few teenagers on the show and is perpetually trapped in a series of entry-level jobs, usually working at Krusty Burger (as a cashier, a cook, or, in the case of " Lisa vs. Malibu Stacy ", a supervisor in charge of training new employees), the grocery store (as a bagboy, as seen in " Selma's Choice " and " Simpson Safari "), or at a movie theater (as either the ticket master, concession stand clerk, or usher; in the video game The Simpsons: Road Rage he also talks about cleaning out the urinals). The Squeaky Voiced Teen has acne, and his voice is in the process of breaking. The Squeaky Voiced Teen's personality is shy, pathetic, miserable, and awkward. He is often concerned about others and usually reports them to his boss; however, when he very rarely is the boss himself, he seizes opportunity and becomes stubborn and evil. Beginning with " Team Homer ", it is revealed that the Squeaky-Voiced Teen's mother is Lunchlady Doris (who disowns him after he mentions that he cannot give a bowling lane to his own mother on League Night). Castellaneta lifted his voice for the character from actor Richard Crenna 's as Walter Denton in the sitcom Our Miss Brooks. [257] Several different models of Squeaky-Voiced Teen have been used throughout the series, featuring counterparts in Mexico, Australia, and England. Steven Dean Moore uses them all as waiters at the ice cream parlor the Simpsons eat at in " It's a Mad, Mad, Mad, Mad Marge ". [258] Matt Groening called Squeaky-Voiced Teen his second favorite "unnamed" character after Comic Book Guy, whose name was finally revealed to be "Jeff Albertson" in the episode " Homer and Ned's Hail Mary Pass ". [259] He is also seen in the pre-show of The Simpsons Ride as one of the ride operators. Stampy [ edit] "Stampy (The Simpsons character)" redirects here. For the YouTube personality, see Joseph Garrett. For Transformer character, see Stampy (Transformers). Stampy is a male African elephant first appearing in the episode " Bart Gets an Elephant ". Bart wins the elephant in a radio contest called " KBBL Is Gonna Gimme Something Stupid". As a prize, Bart was offered either an elephant or $10, 000 in cash, with the elephant option as a joke. Bill and Marty had anticipated all winners would opt for the cash and were caught off guard when Bart chose the elephant. With the prospect of being fired looming, they eventually get Bart an elephant. Bart decides to name the elephant Stampy, who soon starts to cause trouble and costs a large amount of money in upkeep. Anxious to escape this, Homer offers Stampy to a wildlife reserve. However, on his realization that he will get nothing in return, he elects to sell Stampy to local poacher and ivory dealer, Mr. Blackheart. Homer later changes his mind after Stampy rescues him from a tar pit. Stampy likes peanuts and putting people in his mouth. He does not like other elephants, as can be seen when he is first introduced to the wildlife reserve. Stampy is alluded to in other episodes. At Apu's wedding, Bart sees Apu riding an elephant. Bart comments that he wishes that he had an elephant. Lisa responds, "You did. His name was Stampy. You loved him. " Bart simply replies, "Oh, yeah. " Stampy also appears in " Miracle on Evergreen Terrace " in Bart's water dream, and made a second (and more important) appearance on season 14's " Large Marge ", where he was involved in an attempt to restore the public opinion of Krusty the Clown. Stampy also attacks a bear in the final scene of " The Fat and the Furriest ", but then the bear fights back by hitting Stampy on the head with a club several times, much to Stampy's dismay. Stampy also appears in The Simpsons Movie, where he cracks the dome that covers Springfield, prompting the government's drastic decision to implement Option No. 4 as a solution to the Springfield Problem. State Comptroller Atkins [ edit] State Comptroller Atkins, voiced by Hank Azaria, is the comptroller of Springfield's state. In " Lisa Gets an "A" " he is sent to deliver the basic assistance grant to Springfield Elementary after Lisa cheats on a test and raises the school's GPA up to the state's minimum requirement. Otto's impersonation of Atkins suggests that he is of Canadian origin. He appears later in " Saddlesore Galactica ", where he moderates the elementary school band competition at the state fair. He plans to give Lisa the unusually large good sportsmanship award until he hears her brand the first-place band "cheaters" for using glow-sticks in their performance. Atkins' most recent appearance was in " Bart Stops to Smell the Roosevelts " where gives Chalmers his job back. He is also on Lisa's list of "interesting adults" in " Moe'N'a Lisa ". Steve Mobbs [ edit] Steve Mobbs, voiced by Hank Azaria, was the founder of Mapple. He is a parody of Steve Jobs. He appeared in " Mypods and Broomsticks ". When Mobbs was giving an announcement, Bart made a prank and made it look like he was insulting his customers. He also appears in " A Tree Grows in Springfield " where he is dead and shows off the MyPad in heaven. Steve Mobbs' death is a reference to when Steve Jobs died. Superintendent Chalmers [ edit] Superintendent Gary Chalmers, voiced by Hank Azaria, is the superintendent of Springfield 's school district. He first appears in the episode " Whacking Day ". Chalmers is a strict and largely humorless man, with a short temper and low tolerance for disorder or rule-breaking; his general manner and personality are like those of a military officer. Whenever he visits Springfield Elementary, some sort of disaster strikes. He produces extreme anxiety in Principal Skinner, who offers increasingly improbable stories to explain what is happening. He is also known for seeming to be in complete disbelief of these improbable stories, but ultimately winds up actually believing them, teasing Skinner and the audience that he may actually take some action. Chalmers is known for throwing open the doors to the room and bellowing "SKINNER!!! ", to which Skinner stammers "S-Superintendent Chalmers! " His catchphrase has caused some paranoia in Skinner (as seen in " Lisa's Date with Density "). 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. In " Homer and Lisa Exchange Cross Words ", he even pronounces the words "skimmer" and "dinner" in a similar manner to Skinner's name, who mistakes it as Chalmers wanting his attention. However, Chalmers does on at least two occasions show a fondness for Skinner. In " The Debarted ", both Skinner and Chalmers are lost in the foam of a massive explosion resulting from the mixture of Mentos and Diet Coke, he screams Skinner's name and upon not receiving an answer, says it again in a softer manner. Skinner then replies to which Chalmers tells him in a frightened voice, "Don't ever scare me like that again. " In " How Munched is That Birdie in the Window? ", when Edna uses a pigeon to taunt Skinner about how much better her life is without him, Chalmers shows compassion for Skinner and even offers his friendship, but unfortunately, Edna reveals that she had an affair with Chalmers, leaving Skinner angry and forcing Chalmers to flee. In " Lisa Simpson, This Isn't Your Life ", it is revealed that Chalmers has nothing personal against Skinner and that he is aware that the antics within the school are a result of the students' reckless nature and the teachers' indifference, but he can only scold Skinner because he would have to face the ire of the parents or of the teachers' union if he tries to chastise anyone other than Skinner. Chalmers' own competence and dedication to his job are questionable. He lets Ned Flanders allow the school to descend into anarchy when Flanders is principal, freely admitting that he had fired Skinner for far less, explaining simply that "Skinner really bugged me. " He seems disturbingly unconcerned with the school's decline, stating that American public schools are already on the decline and will most likely end up just like Springfield Elementary (or worse) and tells Bart to sit back and enjoy the ride (though Chalmers does ultimately fire Flanders for mentioning God in a public school). He also promotes people based on personal bias as opposed to actual competence, promoting Principal Holloway, described by Skinner as a "drunk" and by Chalmers as a "pill-popper", to assistant superintendent after getting run over by a tractor driven by Bart and blaming Skinner for letting it happen. In the episode " 22 Short Films About Springfield ", he mentions he is from Utica, New York (though " The Old Man and the 'C' Student " revealed that he was from Intercourse, Pennsylvania). He has also mentioned that he attended Ball State University in Muncie, Indiana. In several episodes, such as " Bart the Fink ", Chalmers is seen dating Agnes Skinner (much to Seymour's chagrin), although in other episodes, he mentions he is married. In " Pranksta Rap ", he takes a job as a bodyguard for rapper Alcatraaz, but only because his wife is really sick. In " Bart Stops to Smell the Roosevelts ", Chalmers mentions that he was once married and is now a widower, implying his wife died from her illness. His first name is revealed to be Gary in " Yokel Chords " and in " Wild Barts Can't Be Broken ", and it is revealed that he is a Spanish immigrant "Señor Chalmers". In the DVD commentaries to " 22 Short Films About Springfield " and " Grade School Confidential ", it is noted that Superintendent Chalmers seems to be one of the few "normal" characters on the show and is frequently alone in his awareness of the show's zaniness (much like one-shot character Frank Grimes from " Homer's Enemy "). In the episode " Replaceable You ", it is implied that Chalmers wears a toupee (according to Dolph's science project, a toupee detector). " Bart Stops to Smell the Roosevelts " is the first (and so far only) episode in which Superintendent Chalmers is given a protagonist role. 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. After an unauthorized school field trip, Chalmers is fired for letting Nelson fall off a cliff, but is re-hired and given the title of Super-Duper-Intendent. In The Simpsons Movie, in addition to appearances in crowd scenes Superintendent Chalmers is shown in attendance at an Alcoholics Anonymous meeting on Day 97 under the Dome. He is one of those who panics when a book thrown from outside the meeting room smashes through a window and knocks over the Bunn -type coffee maker, apparently destroying the last of AA's coffee supply in Springfield. He is also the father of Shauna Chalmers. Surly Duff [ edit] Surly Duff, voiced by Hank Azaria, is a mascot for Duff and one of the seven duffs. He first appears in " Selma's Choice " and has appeared multiple times since. T [ edit] Todd Flanders [ edit] Todd Flanders is Ned Flanders' ten-year-old son, voiced by Nancy Cartwright. His voice is based on Sherman's from Peabody and Sherman. [13] Todd is the most impressionable member of the Flanders family. When exposed to profanity, he himself starts to curse ( "Hell, no" and "I said I don't want any damn vegetables"). When Moe Szyslak loses his temper at Uncle Moe's Family Feedbag, Todd responds with "Ow, my freaking ears! " prompting the Flanders to leave, after Ned comments that Moe's foul language is more at home at Denny's (in most international versions, "Denny's" is replaced with " McDonald's "). Whether due to immaturity or a means to break away from his parents' (his father's especially) relentless sheltering, whenever Todd comes into contact with anything outside his family and their pious ways, such as the time he was tricked into eating a Pixy Stix by Bart Simpson, he turns aggressive. Todd can play the violin quite well, and is a part of the Springfield Elementary School band (despite that later episodes do not show Rod or Todd Flanders as Springfield Elementary School students, before it was revealed that they attended a Christian school before their new step-mother Edna Krabappel enrolled them in Springfield Elementary [260]). " Dead Putting Society " reveals that Todd is good at mini-golf and capable (presumably unlike his brother), although much less willing than Bart, to defy his father. U [ edit] Üter Zörker [ edit] Üter Zörker, voiced by Russi Taylor, is an overweight German foreign exchange student with a sweet tooth, and strange habits such as offering his already-licked lollipops to others as a sign of friendship, and eating marzipan candies (called Joy Joy) fortified with iodine. He was left behind on the Civil War field trip, according to the season six episode " The PTA Disbands ", but was back in school, playing in the band in the season eight episode " Lisa's Date with Density ". His subsequent disappearance from the show for a significant period of time has become a running joke. In " Guess Who's Coming to Criticize Dinner? " 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. It is revealed in the episode " Jazzy and the Pussycats " that he can play the trumpet quite well. He even makes a Charlie and the Chocolate Factory diorama, but eats it before it can be graded in " Lisa's Rival ". During the school science fair in the season 23 episode " Replaceable You " Kearney has a human skull on display with a sign on it that reads, "Is This Üter? " In the German dub of the show, Üter is an exchange student from Switzerland. V [ edit] The Vanderbilts [ edit] The Vanderbilts are an elderly rich couple who are frequently shocked by Homer Simpson 's antics. They first appear in " Saddlesore Galactica " where Mr. Vanderbilt breaks his monocle after being shocked. This gag is reused in " A Tale of Two Springfields ". In " Homer vs. Dignity ", Mrs. Vanderbilt is shocked by Homer's antics twice. In " The Frying Game ", Mrs. Vanderbilt is shown as friends with Mrs. Bellamy, Mrs. Glick, and Agnes Skinner. They are a parody of the actual Vanderbilt family. W [ edit] Warden [ edit] This section needs expansion. You can help by adding to it. ( May 2015) The Warden voiced by Charles Napier is the prison warden of both Springfield Prison and Springfield Juvenile Hall. He first appears in the episode " Pokey Mom " as the announcer of the Springfield Prison rodeo, as well as sitting in on Jack Crowley's parole hearing. He is shown as a very strict bureaucrat, and has little compassion for the prisoners under his control. He releases Crowley into Marge's care after she vouches for him. He reappears in " The Wandering Juvie ", now in charge of the juvenile detention center, which he runs just like a prison. A sign in his office reads "HIS JUDGEMENT COMETH AND THAT RIGHT SOON", which is a reference to Warden Norton from The Shawshank Redemption. The Weasels [ edit] The Weasels are fraternal twin bullies at Springfield Elementary School and Nelson 's henchmen, despite being in the 2nd grade with Lisa Simpson. They first appeared in " Bart the General ". They are almost identical except for their skin colors (one is white and the other is black) and their outfits. The White Weasel (voiced by Susan Blu in Bart the General and Nancy Cartwright in later appearances) wears a red T-shirt, tan shorts, and red shoes and the Black Weasel (voiced by Jo Ann Harris in "Bart the General" and Pamela Hayden in later appearances) wears an orange T-shirt, tan shorts, and orange shoes with tan soles (although in his first appearance, his outfit was a yellow T-shirt, green shorts, and yellow shoes with green soles). While only continuing to serve Nelson on very rare instances after much earlier seasons, the Weasels still appear frequently throughout the series, sometimes in scenes involving the other bullies yet primarily as background characters, especially in Lisa 's 2nd grade class. During the episode " The Winter of His Content " in Season 25, it is revealed that the Weasels now attend Shelbyville Elementary School. In following appearances however, they still occasionally appear among the children of Springfield. Wendell Borton [ edit] Wendell Borton is a perpetually nauseated and very pale boy with worried eyes and curly hair. He first appears in " Simpsons Roasting on an Open Fire " although his first speaking appearance is in " Homer's Odyssey ". He becomes especially sick on field trips, with a tendency to become even paler than usual. He makes frequent appearances at the school nurse's office at Springfield Elementary School. A classmate of Bart Simpson, Wendell is most often seen with classmates Richard, Lewis, and Martin. He was the only kid to support Martin Prince, when the latter ran against Bart for class president. He is one of the few characters whose hair is the same color as his skin. Throughout the series, Wendell has been voiced by Jo Ann Harris, Pamela Hayden, Nancy Cartwright, and Russi Taylor. The Winfields [ edit] 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. They first appear in the season one episode " Homer's Odyssey ". The couple appear in the season two episodes " Simpson and Delilah " and " Bart's Dog Gets an F ", as well as the season three episode " Separate Vocations ". The couple eventually move to Florida in the season four episode " New Kid on the Block " and have not been seen since. [261] Wiseguy [ edit] Raphael, a. Wiseguy, is voiced by Hank Azaria. [214] He first appeared as the chauffeur hired to take Homer to the prom (despite that Marge was going with Artie Ziff) in the second season in " The Way We Was ", but he has held numerous other jobs in the series. [262] Simpsons sound editor Bob Beecher commented on that, "He doesn't have one name. His character's name always fits the scene so he's gone by many names, 'Clerk', 'Shopkeeper', etc. But in the script the direction given to the voice is 'Wiseguy Voice'. So call him 'Wiseguy' if you want. " [263] Azaria does a Charles Bronson impression for the voice. [184] In " Simpsoncalifragilisticexpiala(Annoyed Grunt)cious ", Al Jean and Mike Reiss had Azaria voice a Simpsonized Charles Bronson as a reference to this. [264] Like his profession, the character's hair and facial features varied widely for a number of years, with the voice being the only constant; eventually, he was standardized as a balding, greying man with a moustache. Wiseguy has been dubbed "The Sarcastic Middle-Aged Man" by the show's Internet fans. [265] In " Day of the Jackanapes ", Sideshow Bob calls Wiseguy by the name "Raphael". [266] Y [ edit] Yes Guy [ edit] For other uses, see Yes man. The Frank Nelson Type, [267] also known as " The Yes Guy ", is voiced by Dan Castellaneta. [214] He first appeared in season ten 's episode " Mayored to the Mob " as the maître d'hôtel at the Springfield Dinner Theater. He is a character known for bellowing "Ye-e-e-s?! " in a falling, then rising intonation, and appears to be highly eccentric in both his speech and appearance. The Yes Guy is a tribute to Frank Nelson, a supporting actor in The Jack Benny Program, I Love Lucy, and Sanford and Son, whose trademark greeting in all his characters was a loud, drawn-out "Ye-e-e-s?! " Nelson was inexplicably found working behind the service counter of whatever shop Benny or Fred Sanford might be patronizing, and his Springfield counterpart is similar. 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 ". [268] He also appears in " Homer vs. He works at Costington's department store, [269] as an executioner at Springfield Penitentiary, [270] and is juror number twelve of the Springfield jury. 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We may also cancel recorded points if the point-issuing Cinemark location tells us to cancel the points (for example, because you returned or did not pay for products or services for which the points were issued). Neither we nor any participating Cinemark location is responsible for any Reward or offer which is no longer in effect. If you believe that any Account summary showing the number of points in your Account is in error, you must notify the point-issuing Cinemark location, or contact us through, within thirty (30) days of the date the point was or should have been issued or it will be deemed correct. You may be required to submit documentation (such as receipts) to support your claim. Members are responsible for emailing  [email protected]  to request points be added back for accidental redemption. However, we do not guarantee that points will be added back as requested. Points are not redeemable for cash. Points are not eligible for re-sale or exchange. Points may not be used towards the purchase of a Gift Card or alcohol. There is a 24-hour daily points cap operating as follows: a maximum of 500 points or points on a maximum of 10 transactions may be earned within a 24-hour period. Points may be  earned  for restaurant purchases,  excluding alcohol, at participating Cinemark locations. The Cinemark Movie Rewards Program points are  not   redeemable  for discounts wherever prohibited by state law, including, for example, for alcoholic beverages, dairy, etc. Alcohol and gift card purchases are ineligible to earn points.  However, points can be earned for purchases using a gift card. Points are awarded based on the pre-tax subtotal of your transaction. The value of points given will be equivalent to the pre-tax dollar value of your purchase, rounded up to the nearest whole dollar for all transactions with 49 cents or less in change and rounded down to the nearest whole dollar for all transactions with a change of 50 cents or more. Points earned for purchasing an advance ticket are placed in a “pending status” basket until the showtime has passed.  If the ticket has not been refunded, the points will be added to the Account.  If the ticket has been refunded, the points will be removed from the “pending status” basket and not added to the Account. 3. 2 Adjustments:  In the case of any failure by you to follow these Terms and Conditions or any other fraud or abuse related to the Cinemark Movie Rewards Program, including but not limited to your engaging in a pattern of returning or canceling products or services after the corresponding points have been credited, as determined by us in our sole discretion, we reserve the right to make any adjustments to your Account at any time and to take appropriate administrative or legal action. In such a case, some or all of your points earned through Movie Fan may be forfeited and your Account closed, and we reserve the right to seek reimbursement from you for the cost of any Reward you received upon redemption of points that are subsequently deducted from your Account. 3. 3 Redemption of Points; Rewards:  Rewards are offered on a first-come, first-served basis due to limited quantities. Rewards will be removed from the “Rewards Carousel” once the limited capacity is met. We assume no liability for any delay in the removal of Rewards having met capacity. To redeem points to receive Rewards, you must log in to your Account. On the Movie Rewards Program Page in the Site, available Rewards will appear in the “Rewards Carousel. ” Your points will automatically be applied to the transaction when you click “Redeem. ” Once you have redeemed points, you must follow any additional instructions appearing on the Rewards page in order to receive your Reward. Rewards may at times be provided by film studios. In these situations, the studios and not Cinemark control the nature, amount, and timing of the Rewards. Points redeemed are applied on a first in, first out basis. Members can redeem applicable number of points for 2D movie tickets (“Movie Ticket Reward”) as part of the Cinemark Movie Rewards Program. Upcharges may apply for any non-2D or premium format tickets.  Movie Ticket Rewards issued to Movie Fan members will expire 90 days after issuance and will no longer be valid.  Movie Ticket Rewards issued to Movie Club members will never expire so long as the member retains active Movie Club status.  Should a Member cancel his/her Movie Club membership, Movie Ticket Rewards will expire 6 months from the date of cancellation.  If a ticket purchased using a Movie Ticket Reward is refunded, the Movie Ticket Reward will revert back to the original expiration date at issuance as applicable to the Movie Fan or Movie Club membership. Movie Ticket Rewards must be used before any Movie Club Credit (defined later) can be used. Members can redeem points for additional XD upgrades, concession discounts, collectible items, digital downloads, sweepstakes/contests and exclusive Member-only sales and events. Points may at times be redeemable for coupons.  Each coupon is valid for one item only.  There is a limit of one coupon per transaction.  The coupon code and barcode must be visible for use. You may upgrade a free concession item to a larger size of the same item if you pay the difference in value between the item as listed on the coupon and the value of the larger sized item.  Coupon offers are valid with Cinemark’s Annual Refillable Drink Cup and Popcorn Tub when applicable. Unless specified, coupons are not valid with any other promotions or discounts.  Concession coupons may be combined with the concession discount available to Movie Club members, but that any coupons will be applied prior to the application of any concession discount.  Coupons are not valid for re-sale. Coupons may not be used for free or discounted purchases of alcoholic beverages.  Coupons have cash value of 1/100 th  of one cent, and are not redeemable for cash or eligible for re-sale or exchanges. Points may at times be redeemable for digital downloads. Upon redemption of points for a digital download, the Member will be provided a code and a link to a third-party site. Use of such links is subject to the provisions of the "Links" section below. Members may at times have access to enter sweepstakes being conducted by Cinemark. Any such sweepstakes will be conducted separate and apart from the Cinemark Movie Rewards Program and governed entirely by its own terms and conditions. Alternate means of entry to any such sweepstakes will be available by visiting the Site. Physical items issued as Rewards may be limited to one Reward per Member. The one-Reward limit applies regardless of the number of points in the Account at the time and immediately after points are redeemed for a given Reward. If points are redeemed for a physical Reward, the item will be fulfilled within 30 days of redemption. If the item received is damaged, the Member must provide photographic documentation of the damage to our guest services department at  Contact Us. Points will not be refunded once an item has been sent to the fulfillment center for processing. If an item is proved to be damaged, Cinemark will offer the following: (1) a replacement item of the same type, provided available; (2) a replacement item of a similar type (eg. an  Incredibles  water bottle replaced by a  Jurassic World  water bottle); (3) a replacement item of the same or equal retail value.  If Member does not accept any of the replacement items, points will be refunded to the Account. The size of Rewards received upon redemption of points is not guaranteed (for example, if the Reward offered is a T-shirt, Cinemark does not guarantee the Member will receive their preferred T-shirt size).  Points will not be refunded based on sizing issues. Points will be refunded to the Account if the item has not been delivered within 60 days of redemption. Members may be invited to redeem points for “Birthday Rewards. ”  Birthday Rewards are only redeemable one time per twelve-month period.  Members must present their User ID and a separate valid form of identification at the time of redemption.  Birthday Rewards are subject to change. Points will expire if not redeemed within a twelve-month period.  At the time of expiration, all points will be forfeited.  Membership is not terminated upon expiration and forfeiture of points, and the Member can continue to accrue points through his/her Account. We will not be taken to have waived any of our rights even if we allow redemption of points or honor Rewards when not required. 3. 4 Discontinuation; Suspension; Account Closure:  To be considered active, a Member must have scanned his/her User ID or earned a Reward within the preceding twelve months. We may, in our sole discretion, at any time and without prior notice: (i) Discontinue transmitting all or any part of the Content (as defined below) related to the Cinemark Movie Rewards Program; (ii) Change, discontinue or limit access to the Cinemark Movie Rewards Program or any functionality, feature or other component of the Cinemark Movie Rewards Program; or (iii) Suspend or terminate your use of or access to your Account, upon giving you notice of such suspension or termination, if we reasonably believe you have breached these Terms and Conditions. You may elect to close your Account at any time by notifying our guest services department at Contact Us. Upon closure, any rights to redeem points from that Account are lost. 3. 5 Termination, Changes, and Breach:  We may change any aspect of the Cinemark Movie Rewards Program including issuing and redemption procedures or any Rewards in any respect, all without notice. For example, but without limitation, we may add, delete or change participating Cinemark locations, time limits for collection, redemption or use of points or Rewards; redemption conditions or procedures; or the value of purchases required for particular Rewards. Any changes will be effective only after the effective date of the change and will not affect any dispute arising prior to the effective date of the change.   If: no points are recorded in your Account for twenty-four (24) months; you commit fraud; you misrepresent any information; you violate any Terms and Conditions; you abuse your Cinemark Movie Rewards Program privileges; or you act in any other way to the detriment of us, our participating Cinemark locations, or the Cinemark Movie Rewards Program, we may, without affecting our other rights, terminate your enrollment and/or cancel your points and disclose only appropriate information requested by proper authorities. If points expire or are cancelled for any reason, they become void without compensation. Use of the Site and the Cinemark Movie Rewards Program 4. 1 Disclaimers: THE INFORMATION, PRODUCTS AND SERVICES ON THE SITE AND IN THE CINEMARK MOVIE REWARDS PROGRAM ARE PROVIDED ON AN “AS IS, ” “WHERE IS” AND “WHERE AVAILABLE” BASIS. CINEMARK DOES NOT WARRANT THE INFORMATION OR SERVICES PROVIDED HEREIN OR YOUR USE OF THE SITE OR THE CINEMARK MOVIE REWARDS PROGRAM GENERALLY, EITHER EXPRESSLY OR IMPLIEDLY, FOR ANY PARTICULAR PURPOSE AND EXPRESSLY DISCLAIMS ANY IMPLIED WARRANTIES, INCLUDING BUT NOT LIMITED TO, WARRANTIES OF TITLE, NON-INFRINGEMENT, ONLINE MERCHANTABILITY OR FITNESS FOR A PARTICULAR PURPOSE. CINEMARK WILL NOT BE RESPONSIBLE FOR ANY LOSS OR DAMAGE THAT COULD RESULT FROM INTERCEPTION BY THIRD PARTIES OF ANY INFORMATION OR SERVICES MADE AVAILABLE TO YOU VIA THE SITE OR THE CINEMARK MOVIE REWARDS PROGRAM. ALTHOUGH THE INFORMATION PROVIDED TO YOU ON THE SITE AND IN THE CINEMARK MOVIE REWARDS PROGRAM IS OBTAINED OR COMPILED FROM SOURCES WE BELIEVE TO BE RELIABLE, CINEMARK CANNOT AND DOES NOT GUARANTEE THE ACCURACY, VALIDITY, TIMELINESS OR COMPLETENESS OF ANY INFORMATION OR DATA MADE AVAILABLE TO YOU FOR ANY PARTICULAR PURPOSE. NO POINTS MAY BE REDEEMED UNTIL THEY HAVE BEEN CREDITED TO THE MEMBER'S ACCOUNT. POINTS AND REWARDS HAVE A VALUE OF ONE 100 TH  OF ONE CENT, CANNOT BE CONVERTED INTO ANY CURRENCY, AND MAY BE CANCELED AT ANY TIME. SPECIFIC REWARDS MAY EXPIRE UNDER THE TERMS OF THE PROMOTIONAL PROGRAMS ESTABLISHED BY EACH PARTICIPATING CINEMARK LOCATION. Transactions upon which points are earned or redeemed and all Rewards are subject to all applicable legal rules and the terms and conditions set by the participating Cinemark locations, the Site, and third party websites accessed by a link in the Cinemark Movie Rewards Program page. CINEMARK CANNOT AND DOES NOT GUARANTEE CONTINUOUS, UNINTERRUPTED OR SECURE ACCESS TO THE SITE OR THE CINEMARK MOVIE REWARDS PROGRAM. 4. 2 No Warranty:  THE SITE AND THE CINEMARK MOVIE REWARDS PROGRAM, INCLUDING ALL CONTENT, SOFTWARE, FUNCTIONS, MATERIALS, MERCHANDISE, AND INFORMATION MADE AVAILABLE TO YOU OR ACCESSED BY YOU, IS PROVIDED "AS IS. " TO THE FULLEST EXTENT PERMISSIBLE BY LAW, CINEMARK MAKES NO REPRESENTATION OR WARRANTIES OF ANY KIND WHATSOEVER FOR THE CONTENT OF THE SITE, THE CINEMARK MOVIE REWARDS PROGRAM, OR THE MATERIALS, INFORMATION, OR FUNCTIONS MADE ACCESSIBLE. CINEMARK ASSUMES NO RESPONSIBILITY WHATSOEVER AND SHALL NOT BE LIABLE FOR THE USE OF THE SITE OR THE CINEMARK MOVIE REWARDS PROGRAM, INCLUDING, WITHOUT LIMITATION, THE CONTENT AND ANY ERRORS CONTAINED THEREIN. CINEMARK SHALL NOT BE LIABLE FOR ANY FAILURE OF THE SITE OR THE CINEMARK MOVIE REWARDS PROGRAM ARISING OR RESULTING FROM ACTS OR EVENTS BEYOND THE CONTROL OF CINEMARK. 4. 3 Limitations of Liability:  UNDER NO CIRCUMSTANCES SHALL CINEMARK HAVE ANY RESPONSIBILITY OR LIABILITY FOR ANY EXPENSE, LOSS, COST, INJURY, DAMAGE, DELAY, ACCIDENT OR ANY OTHER MATTER OR THING WHATSOEVER (COLLECTIVELY, "COSTS"), HOWEVER SUFFERED OR CAUSED (INCLUDING COMPENSATORY, INCIDENTAL, INDIRECT, SPECIAL, PUNITIVE, CONSEQUENTIAL OR EXEMPLARY DAMAGES OR DAMAGES FOR LOSS OF INCOME OR PROFITS), DIRECTLY OR INDIRECTLY ARISING OUT OF OR RELATED TO (I) THE CINEMARK MOVIE REWARDS PROGRAM OR YOUR PARTICIPATION IN THE CINEMARK MOVIE REWARDS PROGRAM; (II) ANY FAILURE, DELAY OR DECISION BY US IN ADMINISTERING MOVIE REWARDS OR AMENDING THESE TERMS AND CONDITIONS OR THE BASIS ON WHICH YOU CAN REDEEM POINTS; (III) UNAUTHORIZED USE OF YOUR ACCOUNT OR USER ID; (IV) ANY PRODUCT, SERVICE, OFFER, REPRESENTATION, STATEMENT OR CLAIM ABOUT THE CINEMARK MOVIE REWARDS PROGRAM MADE BY A PARTICIPATING CINEMARK LOCATION OR ANY OF THEIR EMPLOYEES, OR ANY OTHER PERSON; (V) THE PURCHASE, REDEMPTION FOR OR USE OF ANY GOODS OR SERVICES OF PARTICIPATING CINEMARK LOCATIONS; OR (VI) YOUR USE OF, OR INABILITY TO USE, THE SITE OR THE MERCHANDISE. THIS APPLIES EVEN IF WE OR OUR REPRESENTATIVES ARE ADVISED OF THE POSSIBILITY OF SUCH COSTS. Some jurisdictions do not allow the exclusion or limitation of liability for consequential or incidental damages. In such jurisdictions, our liability is limited to the greatest extent permitted by law, or $20, whichever is less. 4. 4 Indemnification:  You agree to indemnify and hold Cinemark harmless from and against any and all liabilities and costs incurred in connection with any claim directly or indirectly arising out of or related to, any breach by you of these Terms and Conditions, including without limitation, attorneys’ fees and costs. Cinemark reserves the right, at its own expense, to assume the exclusive defense and control of any matter otherwise subject to indemnification by you. You further agree to cooperate as requested by Cinemark in the defense of any claim. You shall not in any event settle any claim without the written consent of Cinemark. 4. 5 Member Obligations; Prohibited Actions:  You agree that you will not, and will not permit others to: (i) Provide any unauthorized third party with access to the Site, the Cinemark Movie Rewards Program or any information, data, text, links, images, software, chat, communications and other content available through the Internet and proprietary to Cinemark (collectively, "Content") by any means; (ii) Modify, reverse engineer, reverse assemble decompile, reduce to human perceivable form or create derivative works based on the Site, the Cinemark Movie Rewards Program or any of the software applications used by you in connection with your use of the Site or the Cinemark Movie Rewards Program; (iii) Engage in any activity that does not comply with U. S. law or other applicable law and regulations (including federal, state and local laws and regulations and regulations of regulatory or administrative organizations) or otherwise engage in any illegal, manipulative or misleading activity through the use of the Site or the Cinemark Movie Rewards Program; (iv) Disable any licensing or control features of the Site; (v) Introduce into the Site or into the Cinemark Movie Rewards Program any virus or other code or routine intended to disrupt the Site or the Cinemark Movie Rewards Program, alter or delete its Content, access confidential Content on the Site or the Cinemark Movie Rewards Program, retrieve or record information about the Site or its users, or interfere with the operation of the Site or the Cinemark Movie Rewards Program, including, but not limited to, distribution of unsolicited advertising or mail messages and propagation of computer worms and viruses; (vi) Merge the Site or the Cinemark Movie Rewards Program with another program or create derivative works based on the Site or the Cinemark Movie Rewards Program; (vii) Post any material in any form whatsoever on the Site or within the Cinemark Movie Rewards Program that is defamatory, obscene or otherwise unlawful or violates any third party's right of privacy or publicity; (viii) Sublicense, assign, translate, rent, lease, lend, resell for profit, distribute or otherwise assign or transfer the content of or access to the Site or the Cinemark Movie Rewards Program to others; (viii) Infringe any third party's patent, copyright, service mark, trademark or other intellectual property right of any kind or misappropriate the trade secrets of any third party in connection with your use of the Site or the Cinemark Movie Rewards Program, or remove, obscure, or alter any notice of the copyright or other proprietary legends on the Site or the Cinemark Movie Rewards Program; or (ix) Otherwise act in a fraudulent, illegal, malicious or negligent manner when using the Site or the Cinemark Movie Rewards Program. Except as expressly provided herein, Cinemark reserves all rights with respect to the Site and the Cinemark Movie Rewards Program, and may pursue all legally available options under both civil and criminal laws (and may cooperate with law enforcement agencies) in the event of any violations. You recognize the great value of the goodwill associated with the Site and with the Cinemark Movie Rewards Program and acknowledge that the Site, the Cinemark Movie Rewards Program and all rights therein and goodwill pertaining thereto belong exclusively to Cinemark. You further agree that it is critical that such goodwill be protected and enhanced and, toward this end, you shall not during the term of your membership in the Cinemark Movie Rewards Program or thereafter: (i) Attack the title or any rights of Cinemark in or to the copyrights, trademark, and other intellectual property in the Site or the Cinemark Movie Rewards Program; (ii) Do anything either by an act of omission or commission which might impair, violate or infringe the copyright, trademarks, and other intellectual property in the Site or the Cinemark Movie Rewards Program; (iii) Claim (adversely to Cinemark or anyone claiming rights through Cinemark) any right, title or interest in or to the copyright, trademarks, and other intellectual property in the Site or the Cinemark Movie Rewards Program; (iv) Misuse or harm the copyright, trademarks, and other intellectual property in the Site or Movie Rewards or bring the Site or the Cinemark Movie Rewards Program into disrepute; (v) For its benefit, directly or indirectly, register or apply for registration of Cinemark’s trademarks or any mark which is, in Cinemark’s reasonable opinion, the same as or confusingly similar to any of Cinemark’s trademarks; and/or (vi) For its benefit, directly or indirectly, register, maintain or apply for registration of a domain name which is, in Cinemark’s reasonable opinion, the same as, confusingly similar to or incorporates any of the Cinemark’s trademarks. 4. 6 Copyright; Trademarks:  Cinemark, or the applicable third party owner, retains all right, title and interest to and under all patents (including all reissues, divisions, continuations and extensions of such patents) patent applications, trademarks, trademark registrations service marks, trademark registration applications, trade names, domain names, all other names and slogans embodying business, product or service goodwill, copyrights, computer software, specifications, data, designs, trade secrets, technology, diagnostic tools, inventions, know-how, processes and confidential and proprietary information and any other intellectual property or other right, in all information and content (including all text, data, graphics, and logos) on the Site and the Movie Rewards Page. Except as provided in these Terms and Conditions, you are strictly prohibited from modifying, copying, transmitting, distributing displaying, performing, reproducing, publishing, licensing, framing, creating derivative works from, transferring or otherwise using in any other way for commercial or public purposes, in whole or in part, any information, text graphics, images, video clips, directors, databases, listing or software obtained from the Site or the Movie Rewards Page without the prior written consent of Cinemark. Systematic retrieval of content from the Site or the Movie Rewards Page to create or compile, directly or indirectly, a collection, compilation, database or directory (whether through robots, spiders, automatic devices or manual processes) or creating links to the Site or the Movie Rewards Page without written permission from Cinemark is strictly prohibited. Nothing on the Site or the Movie Rewards Page shall be interpreted as granting, by implication, estoppel, or otherwise, any license or right to use any image, trademark, logo or service mark on the Site or the Movie Rewards Page. Unless otherwise specified, the Site and the Movie Rewards Page are for your personal and non-commercial use only and you may print, copy and download any information or portion of the Site or the Movie Rewards Page for your personal use only. Copying or downloading material from the Site or the Movie Rewards Page does not transfer title to any material on the Site or the Movie Rewards Page to you. If you copy or download any information or software from the Site or the Movie Rewards Page, you agree that you will not remove or obscure any copyright or other notices or legends contained in any such information. You are prohibited from using any marks for any purpose, including, but not limited to, use in advertising or publicity pertaining to distribution of materials on the Site or use as metatags on other pages or sites on the World Wide Web without the written permission of Cinemark or such third party, which may own the marks. You are not authorized to use our logo as a hyperlink to the Site unless you obtain Cinemark’s written permission in advance, although we permit you to use our logo as a hyperlink to certain designated features of the Site for designated purposes. You agree to grant Cinemark an irrevocable, non-exclusive, worldwide, royalty-free, sublicensable, transferable license to use, copy, display, distribute, perform, transmit, publish, broadcast, and prepare derivative works upon, anything transmitted to the Site or the Movie Rewards Page by you. Cinemark reserves all rights to copyright and trademark ownership of its material at the Movie Rewards Page and will enforce such rights to the full extent of the law. 4. 7 Social Media Features:  The Site, including the Movie Rewards Page, may provide certain social media features that enable you to: Link certain content on the Site to certain third-party websites. Send emails or other communications with certain content, or links to certain content, on the Site. Cause limited portions of content on the site to be displayed or appear to be displayed on your own or certain third-party websites. You may use these features solely as they are provided by us, solely with respect to the content they are displayed with, and otherwise in accordance with any additional terms and conditions we may provide with respect to such features. You agree to cooperate with us in causing any unauthorized framing or linking to cease immediately. We reserve the right to withdraw without notice any linking permission. We may disable all or any social media features and any links at any time, without notice, in our discretion. 4. 8 Privacy; Collection and Use of Certain Information:  These Terms and Conditions incorporate our  Privacy Policy. 4. 9 Passwords:  When this Agreement has been accepted and agreed to by you, the password that you create will soon be activated and enable you to access your Account. Passwords may not be shared or used by more than one individual. Any transfer of passwords to, or use of passwords by, an unauthorized person is strictly prohibited. You will maintain the confidentiality of the User IDs and passwords by which you access the Site, and will allow access to the Site and the Cinemark Movie Rewards Program only by authorized persons, and not by any program, expert system, electronic agent, "bot" or other automated means. You acknowledge that neither Cinemark nor any third party will contact you to solicit your User ID, or password. Therefore, you should not provide your User ID or password to any person whom you do not authorize to use your Account. Any use of your assigned user IDs or passwords will be deemed to be your use. Remember to choose a strong password, including numbers, capital letters, special characters, etc., and one that is not typically found in a dictionary. You may never use someone else’s account, username or password without permission. When creating your Account, you must provide accurate and complete information. In the event your password is lost or stolen it is your responsibility to notify Cinemark as provided in the  Contact Us  section.  YOU ARE RESPONSIBLE FOR MAINTAINING THE CONFIDENTIALITY OF YOUR PASSWORD AND ACCOUNT, AND YOU AGREE THAT YOU ARE FULLY RESPONSIBLE FOR ALL ACTIVITIES THAT OCCUR UNDER YOUR PASSWORD OR ACCOUNT, AND THAT CINEMARK HAS NO LIABILITY FOR ANY ACTIVITIES THAT OCCUR UNDER YOUR PASSWORD OR ACCOUNT. If you become aware of any breach of security through your Account, you must immediately change your password and notify us of such breach. You agree that, unless you have first notified us immediately of any such breach, we should assume that any instruction transmitted using your User ID and password is yours and has been authorized by you, and we will have no obligation to inquire into the propriety of such instruction. You will not permit any use of the Site or the Cinemark Movie Rewards Program that would damage, interfere with or unreasonably overload the Site and/or the Cinemark Movie Rewards Program. 4. 10 Exclusions and Limitations; Consumer Protection Notice:   If you are a consumer, the provisions in this Agreement are intended to be only as broad and inclusive as is permitted by the laws of your State of residence.  If you are a New Jersey consumer, the terms of the provisions relating to third-party links herein do not limit or waive your rights as a consumer under New Jersey law and the provisions in these Terms and Conditions are intended to be only as broad and inclusive as is permitted by the laws of the State of New Jersey.  In any event, Cinemark reserves all rights, defenses and permissible limitations under the law of your State of residence. 4. 11 Shipping of Rewards and Site Purchases:  Cinemark (or its vendor) will only ship to addresses located in the United States. We do not ship to P. O. Boxes. When you redeem the Cinemark Movie Rewards Program points for physical rewards, or make purchases on the Site for gift cards, Supersavers, or merchandise, you must provide a valid mailing address for shipment. It is your obligation to provide full shipping information at the time of redemption of points for or purchase of a physical item in order to receive the item.  Failure to do so may result in the loss of the Cinemark Movie Rewards Program points and/or the physical Reward for which the points were redeemed. Cinemark will not use the address provided for any marketing purposes. 4. 12 Payments and Refunds of Site Purchases:  In using the Site, you agree to pay the amounts owed to Cinemark via Visa, MasterCard, Discover, and American Express credit cards only.  At this time, we are not accepting any other method of payment. If you purchase tickets on the Site with a registered account you can receive a refund at for the purchase price of the ticket (excluding any service charge) up to two hours prior to the start of the showtime. In the rare situations when a show is cancelled, you will be entitled to a refund for the full purchase price of your tickets, including any service charges. At the theatre, a full refund can be given up to the start time of the showtime.  In these situations please notify our guest services department at Contact Us  and include the theatre, movie, showtime, email address and your confirmation number. Please refer to the  FAQ page  at for further details regarding the refund procedures. 4. 13 Links:  Although Cinemark controls a few hyperlinks in the Site, some links within the Site may lead to third-party sites. In addition, some Rewards can be claimed through links provided by movie studios or other third parties, which links Cinemark may pass through to you.  Cinemark includes these third-party links solely as a convenience to you. The presence of a link does not imply an endorsement of the linked site, its operator, or its contents, or that Cinemark is in any way affiliated with the linked site. The Site does not incorporate any materials appearing in such linked sites by reference. Cinemark reserves the right to terminate a link to a third party web site at any time. The third party sites are not controlled by Cinemark, and may have different terms of use and privacy policies, which Cinemark encourages you to review. Cinemark has no responsibility for the content of any third party web site, and provides such links on an “AS IS” basis. UNDER NO CIRCUMSTANCES SHALL CINEMARK BE LIABLE FOR ANY DIRECT OR INDIRECT, SPECIAL, INCIDENTAL, OR CONSEQUENTIAL DAMAGES THAT MAY ARISE FROM YOUR USE OF, OR INABILITY TO USE, ANY THIRD PARTY SITE. 4. 14 Must be At Least 13 Years Old to Use the Site and at Least 16 Years Old to be a Movie Fan and Movie Club Member:  If you are at least thirteen (13) years old but not of legal age to enter agreements, you MUST have permission from your parent or guardian to use the Site and to become a member of either Movie Fan or Movie Club. Cinemark makes no active effort to collect personal information from individuals under the age of 13. You must ensure that content you provide on any website or social media platform in connection with attempting to earn the Cinemark Movie Rewards Program points is acceptable for viewing by users who might not be adults. 4. 15 Controlled from the United States:  The Site and the Cinemark Movie Rewards Program are controlled from offices within the United States. Cinemark makes no representation that content or materials in the Site or the Cinemark Movie Rewards Program are appropriate or available for use in other jurisdictions. Access to the Site, the Cinemark Movie Rewards Program, content, or materials from jurisdictions where such access is illegal is strictly prohibited. If you choose to access the Site or the Cinemark Movie Rewards Program from other jurisdictions, you do so at your own risk. You are always responsible for your compliance with applicable laws. THE LAWS OF TEXAS WILL GOVERN THE CONTENT AND MATERIALS CONTAINED IN THE SITE AND the Cinemark Movie Rewards Program, WITHOUT GIVING EFFECT TO ANY PRINCIPLES OF CONFLICTS OF LAWS AND EXCLUDING THE UNITED NATIONS CONVENTION ON THE INTERNATIONAL SALE OF GOODS. YOU AGREE TO SUBMIT TO THE EXCLUSIVE JURISDICTION OF THE STATE AND FEDERAL COURTS OF DALLAS, TEXAS IN RELATION TO ANY CLAIM, DISPUTE, OR DIFFERENCE ARISING FROM THESE TERMS, AND YOU AGREE TO WAIVE ANY RIGHT OF REMOVAL OR TRANSFER WHETHER DUE TO FORUM NON CONVENIENS OR OTHER REASON. 4. 16 Not Authorized to do Business in Every Jurisdiction:  Cinemark is not authorized to do business in every jurisdiction. Information published on the Site or the Cinemark Movie Rewards Program may contain references or cross-references to goods or services that are not available in your state or country. If you click on our International link, you can see the countries where Cinemark currently does business. There is a separate Cinemark web site for each country, which is subject to its own terms and conditions and privacy policy. 4. 17 English Language:  The official text of these Terms and Conditions or any notice provided hereunder shall be in English. In the event of any dispute concerning the construction or meaning of these Terms and Conditions, reference shall be made only to these Terms and Conditions as written in English and not in any translation into another language. 4. 18 Arbitration:  Except as prohibited by law, unless we otherwise elect, any dispute regarding these Terms and Conditions, including validity, existence, binding effect, interpretation, performance, breach or termination, and including tort claims, shall be referred to and finally determined, to the exclusion of the courts, by a single arbitrator. Disputes shall be resolved by final and binding arbitration in accordance with the JAMS Inc. Comprehensive Arbitration Rules & Procedures then in effect. There shall be no right or authority for any claims to be arbitrated on a class action basis. The arbitration shall take place in Dallas, Texas, in English or at the option of the party seeking relief, online, by telephone, online, or via written submissions alone, and be administered by JAMS.  The arbitral tribunal (“Tribunal”) shall be composed of one arbitrator, who shall be independent and impartial.  If the parties fail to agree on the arbitrator within twenty (20) calendar days after the initiation of an arbitration hereunder, JAMS shall appoint the arbitrator in accordance with the rules. The decision of the arbitrator will be final and binding on the parties.  Judgment on any award(s) rendered by the arbitrator may be entered in any court having jurisdiction thereof.  Nothing in this Section shall prevent either party from seeking immediate injunctive relief from any court of competent jurisdiction, and any such request shall not be deemed incompatible with the agreement to arbitrate or a waiver of the right to arbitrate. 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Use of Movie Club 5. 1 Program Overview.  Enrollment in the Movie Club program is on the basis of a monthly membership fee (“Membership Fee”) as stated on our Movie Rewards page.  An active Movie Club member (“Movie Club Member”) will receive one credit (“Credit”) per month valid for one regular 2D movie ticket.  Additionally, Movie Club Members will also receive special members-only discounts on concessions at participating theaters. When you enroll in Movie Club you will receive a monthly credit redeemable for one (1) regular 2D movie ticket at participating Cinemark theatres (and except in certain Cinemark theatres where an upcharge may be added) and will be able to access members-only pricing on tickets and concessions. Movie Club Members are automatically enrolled in the Cinemark Movie Rewards Program. As such, Movie Club Members are subject to the Terms and Conditions set forth in Sections 3 and 4 above. In addition, the following Terms and Conditions apply.  If there is a conflict between any terms in Sections 3 and 4 and this Section 5, the terms of this Section 5 shall control. 5. 2 Enrollment, Renewal, and Cancellation.  Purchase is required for enrollment in Movie Club.   Movie Club Members must be enrolled in the Cinemark Movie Rewards Program (however, enrollment in Movie Fan does not require enrollment in Movie Club and there is no purchase required for enrollment as a Movie Fan member).  The Membership Fee may vary based on zip code and may or may not include applicable taxes.  The Membership Fee and terms of enrollment will not be changed during the course of the membership month.  However, Cinemark reserves the right to change the Membership Fee and terms of enrollment at the time of monthly renewal.  If the Membership Fee and terms of enrollment are changed, Cinemark will send an e-mail notification to Movie Club Members prior to renewal with instructions for termination of the Movie Club account (“Movie Club Account”). Renewal of the Movie Club membership is automatic.  Cinemark will charge the credit card on record for the Membership Fee, typically on the 30 th  day of the billing cycle for automatic renewal.   Unless the Membership Fee has changed, Cinemark will not send any e-mail notification prior to charging the credit card for a renewal.  The exact date for the next monthly billing will be displayed in the profile page of the Movie Club Account. The Subscription Member is responsible for keeping the credit card information updated on the Movie Club Account.  If the credit card on record cannot be charged, the Movie Club Account will be cancelled and Cinemark will send an e-mail to the Subscription Member notifying the cancellation of the Movie Club Account effective as of the date of renewal. A Movie Club Account is active and available for use immediately upon receipt of the confirmation email acknowledging creation of a Movie Club Account.  Enrollment is limited to one Movie Club Account per Movie Club Member per email address.  Cinemark requires that Movie Club Members be at least sixteen (16) years of age. There is no required minimum enrollment period. Movie Club Members may cancel membership at any time through the profile management page. The cancellation will be effective from the billing cycle following the effective date of cancellation.  The Membership Fee cannot be refunded.   All unused Credits remaining in the Movie Club Account expire six (6) months from the date of cancellation. 5. 3 Use of Credits.  Movie Club Members will receive one (1) Credit valid for one (1) regular 2D movie ticket during each month of membership.  Except in certain theatres where an upcharge may be added, each Credit may be redeemed for one (1) regular 2D movie ticket or the Membership Fee paid for the Credit, whichever is higher.  The Credit can be used to book tickets at any participating Cinemark theatre.  Credits may be redeemed only for regular 2D tickets; upcharges will apply for any non-2D or premium format tickets. Unused credits (“Rollover Credits”) rollover into the following month. Rollover Credits continue to rollover and may be used indefinitely in an active Movie Club Account.  If a Movie Club Account is cancelled, all Rollover Credits expire six (6) months from the date of cancellation. Credits may not be partially used; the entire Credit is to be used on booking one ticket.  Tickets booked with a Credit are transferrable and may be used by anyone. However, Credits may not be transferred and are only redeemable by the Movie Club Member who received the Credit in his/her Movie Club Account. A Movie Club Member can use any number of available Credits in a single transaction.  All outstanding Credits must be used prior to receiving the Membership Fee price on additional tickets.  However, the number of transactions on a Movie Club Account is limited to three (3) per day.  All tickets purchased after the third transaction will be at the non-discounted price but service fees will be waived for all transactions.  There are no limitations on number of transactions for the concessions discount. If Credits are used to purchase tickets but the Member is unable to make the showtime, we will refund the Credit(s) (not cash value) to the Member’s Movie Club Account. The Member is not entitled to receive the cash value of any refunded tickets. A Credit is not a Gift Card and is not redeemable for cash; it may not be used for any transaction except the booking of one (1) regular 2D movie ticket. Credits cannot be refunded. However, tickets booked using the Credit may be exchanged for a new ticket. 5. 4 Member Discount; Purchase Process.  Subscription Members will receive a 20% discount towards the purchase of all concessions, except on alcoholic beverages, dairy, etc. wherever prohibited by state law. One companion ticket can be purchased at the then current Membership Fee price for each transaction in which a Credit is applied (regardless of how many Credits are applied in the transaction).  If a Credit is not available to be applied (i. e., after all Credits have been exhausted) a Member may purchase two tickets at the then current Membership Fee price per transaction. Members must present their User ID, or a print-out or email associated with their Movie Club Account to book a ticket at the point of sale.  Members may book tickets online and will receive a confirmation number as with an ordinary purchase. Tickets booked using a Credit or member discount cannot be purchased at a Kiosk. No online fees or service fees are applied to transactions booked through an active Movie Club Account.  Cinemark reserves the right to require customers to present an alternate form of identification, such as a valid photo ID, while booking a ticket at the box office with their Movie Club Account, if they cannot present a valid User ID. Please refer to the  FAQ page  at for further details regarding the Movie Club program. Contact Us: For further information, or inquiries about the Terms and Conditions and Privacy Policy, please contact our guest services department at Contact Us. Cinemark Corporate Office: Cinemark USA, Inc. 3900 Dallas Parkway Plano, TX 75093-7865 Telephone: 1-800-246-3627.

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