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Sam asked How many Simpson characters can you name?

Dont forget about the two who died.

And got the following answer:

Homer Jay Simpson, father (1987-present). Marjorie "Marge" Simpson (née Bouvier), mother (1987-present). Bartholomew Jojo "Bart" Simpson, son (1987-present). Lisa Marie Simpson, daughter (1987-present). Margaret "Maggie" Simpson, baby daughter (1987-present). Grampa Simpson, Grampa (1988-Present). Extended family Mason Fairbanks, believed to be Homer's biological father, though Abe had switched DNA samples so Homer could have a 'better' father (Homer's Paternity Coot, 2006). Mona J. Simpson, Homer's mother. She is a convict after a scandal involving Mr. Burns, biological warfare, and antibiotics and is very rarely seen. (1995 (Mother Simpson), 2003 (My Mother the Carjacker)) Jacqueline "Jackie" Bouvier, Marge's mother (1990-present). Clancy Bouvier, Marge's father, seen only in flashbacks and currently believed dead due to a freak roller coaster accident. He was employed as a male flight attendant before it was common. Selma Bouvier Terwilliger Hutz McClure Stu, one of Marge's sisters, a twin to Patty (1989-present). Ling Bouvier, Selma's daughter, who was adopted from China (2005 Goo Goo Gai Pan). Patty Bouvier, the other of Marge's sisters, a twin to Selma; has been revealed to be a lesbian (1989-present). Herbert "Herb" Powell, Homer's half-brother. Was once a millionaire owner of a car company until he let Homer design a car. (1991 (Oh Brother, Where Art Thou?) and 1992 (Brother, Can You Spare Two Dimes?)) Gladys Bouvier, Marge's deceased aunt Abbie, Homer's English half-sister Amber, Homer's Vegas wife Maggie Junior, Maggie's daughter (in one episode set in the future) Uncle Arthur, Bart's rarely-spoken-of uncle who put his "Shoot 'em all and let God sort 'em out" theory into practice one grey December morn. It took 75 federal marshals to bring him down. "Uncle Hubert", a Simpson relative whose funeral the family attended in the Tracey Ullman short "The Funeral". Uncle Tyrone, Homer's miserable old uncle who lives in Dayton, Ohio. Marge also has at least one uncle, with whom she had to share her diary. Homer's cousin Frank. He later became Francine, joined a cult, and then went by the name Mother Shabooboo. Great Aunt Hortense. The Simpsons were her only living relatives and so stood to inherit her entire estate. Instead they received $100 each and the rest went to Ann Landers. She was never seen before or after. Cyrus Simpson, Abraham Simpson's older brother. Cyrus crashed his fighter into Tahiti in World War II's Pacific Theatre during a kamikaze raid. He has 15 wives. "Hick cousins", who are related to the Simpsons because their dog is the brother of Santa's Little Helper. Kang, Maggie's alien "father" who became such when Marge was abducted and zapped by an insemination ray (Treehouse of Horror IX) Hugo, Bart's evil former Siamese twin. It is then revealed that Bart himself is the evil twin. (Treehouse of Horror VII) Various relatives seen. All Simpson men are failures and resemble Homer. Jobs held by male relatives include CEO of unsuccessful shrimping company, shooting birds at the airport and stepping in front of cars to sue the drivers. Simpson women are intelligent and successful, one is a doctor and another is an architect while a third is a successful seller of bunk and trundle beds. Pets Snowball, cat (deceased) Snowball II, longlived cat (deceased, see Snowball V) (1989-2004) Snowball III, cat (deceased) Coltrane (A.K.A. Snowball IV), cat (deceased) Snowball V, cat, a.k.a. Snowball II (Named Snowball II to save money on buying a new dish) (2004-present) Santa's Little Helper, greyhound (1989-present), credited as Santos L. Halper in the episode The Canine Mutiny Laddie, rough collie, super-dog, male version of Lassie mail ordered from Vermont, owned by Bart, now a police dog Princess, pony, owned by Lisa, now belongs to stable-owner Duncan/Furious D., racehorse, owned by Homer Blinky - Three eyed fish rescued from nuclear plant waters, unknown whether it is alive or deceased as when Mr Burns goes to consume the fish it suddenly begins to shake and wobble as if it were still clearly alive and well, cooked by Marge, partially consumed by Mr. Burns Stampy, elephant, owned by Bart, now living with other elephants in an animal refuge Jub-Jub, iguana, owned by Selma, inherited from Aunt Gladys Bouvier Chirpy Boy & Bart Junior, Bolivian tree lizards, owned by Bart, now escaped and wild Mojo, helper monkey, owned by Grampa (for a few seconds), Homer (and Prof. Frink) Mr. Pinchy, lobster, owned by Homer (deceased, consumed by Homer) Unnamed, screamapillar, an endangered lepidoptera Goldie, a goldfish that lived from August to September Snuffy, hamster owned by Lisa (deceased) Variously named (Rover, Fido, Rex, Spot, Rover II, Fido II, Rex II, Cleo, Dave, Jay, Paul, Branford, Dave II, Jay II, Paul II, Branford II, Sleepy, Dopey, Grumpy, Donner, Blitzen, Grumpy II, King, Queenie, the dog formerly known as Prince) 25 true-bred greyhounds, offspring of Santa's Little Helper and "Tex" O'Hara's She's The Fastest Variously named, a few greyhound/poodle mixed-breeds, offspring of Santa's Little Helper and Dr. Hibbert's poodle Rosa Barks Ozmodiar, a tiny green alien that only Homer can see (in parody of The Great Gazoo on The Flintstones) Mr. Porky, Homer's potbelly pig referred to in the "Behind the Laughter" episode. Peruvian Fighting Frog, owned by Bart but got in altercation with Milhouse's Peruvian Fighting Frog en route to show and tell (from "Brake My Wife Please" ep.1420). Fighting style is slap fighting. Matey, a Female American Bull frog owned by Bart, only ever seen in Bart vs. Australia left to roam in the Sydney International Airport fountain, promised to collect him before he went home, unable to do so and was therefore left to mate and to harvest on the various crops that Sydney has to offer, described by locals as a "Chuz-Wazza". Nibbles, the hamster whom Homer, Bart and Milhouse (and the three nerds from Springfield U) launch into space. Also his wife and two (living) children (the other three were eaten by his wife). May also be Nibbles, a hamster owned by Principal Skinner who "chewed through his ball-sack". Cinnamon, childhood pet guinea pig of Marge, died after chewing through extension cord. A "murder" of crows, Homer befriended them by killing their enemy, a scarecrow created by Marge. See also: The Simpsons Uncensored Family Album Other families The Flanders family Nedward "Ned", father, owner of Leftorium (1989-present). Maude, mother (deceased) (1990-2000). Died after being hit by a T-shirt bazooka at the speedway. Rod, son (1990-present) nicknamed "Nim-Rod" by Bart Simpson. Todd, son (1989-present) nicknamed "Nim-Todd" by Bart Simpson. Grandma Flanders (senile and decrepit many years earlier; likely deceased) Pets Mr. Bunny, rabbit, (deceased) Unnamed, woodpecker (Woody Woodpecker knock-off) [edit] Related Unnamed, Ned's beatnik father (seen in flashbacks) Mona Flanders, Ned's beatnik mother (seen in flashbacks, possibly Grandma Flanders) Unnamed, Ned's sister (lives in Capital City) Ginger, Ned's Vegas wife Ned's multi-continental extended family: José Flanders (known for his one line, "Buenos ding-dong diddly dias, señor!") Lord Thistlewick Flanders, known to be the only Flanders without the habit of nonsense phrases, however he adds one when elbowed by Ned. ("Charmed... eh, a googily, doogily.") Unnamed, Ned's Canadian counterpart, smokes pot. The Van Houten family Kirk, former Southern Cracker factory manager, was unemployed or variously so, has apparently been released from jail (17th season episode, 'Milhouse of Sand and Fog') where he was held under false kidnapping charges; former member of the United States Army. (1992-present). Luann, ex-wife who Kirk has recently reunited with. (1991-present). Milhouse, son, Bart's best friend (1989-present). Milhouse's uncle, Army Black Hawk pilot, possibly court-martialed for inappropriately using a Black Hawk helicopter. Nana Van Houten, mother of Kirk and grandmother of Milhouse. Lives in an apartment on 257th Street. She has skin like a basketball. Grandpa Van Houten, divorced from Milhouse's grandmother. He owns an RV. He and his new wife travel the country searching for adventure. He won a chili cook-off in Beaumont, Texas. Sophie, Milhouse's grandmother, who lives in Tuscany, Italy . Taught Milhouse to speak Italian by beating him each time he spoke English. Bastardo, Milhouse's uncle, son of Sophie and an American GI. Pyro (aka Chase), American Gladiator and as of September 2005 the former boyfriend of Luann, who was caught cheating on him with best friend Gyro. The Nahasapeemapetilon family (briefly the McGillicutties) Apu Nahasapeemapetilon, Kwik-E-Mart convenience store employee and proprietor, plus doctor in Computer Sciences (1990-present). Manjula Nahasapeemapetilon, wife (1997-present). Their octuplets (with assumed stage names) [their names when Springfield changed its name to Liberty-ville]: Poonam (Dazzle) [Apple Pie] Sashi (the rest)[Pepsi] Pria (the rest) [Manifest Destiny] Uma (the rest) [Condoleezza] Anoop (Animal) [Superman] Sandeep (Punchline) [Lincoln] Nabendu (the rest) [Coke] Gheet (The Baron) [Freedom] Sanjay Nahasapeemapetilon, Apu's brother Pahusacheta, Sanjay's daughter Jamshed, Sanjay's son Mr. and Mrs. Nahasapeemapetilon, Apu's parents. Seen briefly in flashback encouraging Apu to "never forget" his heritage. Mrs. Nahasapeemapetilon once visited Springfield to ensure Apu would go through with the marriage to Manjula their parents had arranged for them. Kavi, Apu's cousin Related Amber the Squishee Lady, who checks and refills the Kwik-E-Mart's Squishee machine. Apu had an affair with her. The Wiggum family Clancy Wiggum, incompetent chief of police (1990-present). Sarah Wiggum, wife Ralph "Ralphie" Wiggum, son, possibly retarded, briefly had a crush on Lisa (1991-present). Ralph's "baby brother" - actually a pine cone Magical Leprechaun (Ralph's imaginary friend who tells him to burn things) Iggy Wiggum, possibly Chief Wiggum's father, mentioned as part of the Flying Hellfish Squadron in Raging Abe Simpson and His Grumbling Grandson in "The Curse of the Flying Hellfish" Mark Wiggum, Chief Wiggum's cousin who went to Penn State and is really into Tetris. Clancy Wiggum's unnamed brother who was "set straight" after enrollment in military school and now owns and operates a famous cave. The Hibbert family Dr. Julius Hibbert, Simpson family doctor, graduated from the Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine, laughs during operations, diagnoses, and just about everything else. It's not that he's demented, he's just a happy guy (1990-present). Dr. Hibbert's similarity to Bill Cosby's Heathcliff Huxtable character was played up in the show's early years, when the two series went head-to-head on Thursday nights; for instance, he was occasionally shown wearing colorful sweaters or spending time with his large, stable family and professional wife. This aspect of his character has since disappeared in recent years. Bernice, wife, recovering alcoholic unnamed children, including at least two sons and one daughter It is implied that Bleeding Gums Murphy is Dr. Hibberts' long-lost older half-brother. It is also implied that the Shelbyville adoption agency clerk in Oh Brother, Where Art Thou? is his long lost twin brother. Pets Rosa Barks, poodle. Appears to be named after Rosa Parks. The Hibbert family is based on the Huxtable family from The Cosby Show. Dr. Julius Hibbert's laugh is based on Barney Rubble of The Flintstones. The Prince family Martin Sr., stock trader Martha, mother of Martin Martin, son (1990-present). [edit] The Lovejoy family Timothy, reverend of First Church of Springfield (1990-present). Helen, wife, town gossip Jessica, daughter, trouble-maker, former love interest of Bart, currently in boarding school Unnamed, Timothy's Father, frequenter of the Springfield burlesque house prior to its demolition The Spuckler (or Delroy) family Cletus, slack-jawed yokel (1994-present). Brandine, wife, mother, and sister of Cletus children Tiffany, Heather, Cody, Dylan, Dermot, Jordan, Taylor, Brittany, Wesley, Rumor, Scout, Cassidy, Zoe, Chloe, Max, Hunter, Kendall, Caitlin, Noah, Sasha, Morgan, Kyra, Ian, Lauren, Q-Bert, Phil, Condoleezza Marie, and Rubella Scabies. Others Ma, Cletus's mother/Mother-in-law DiaBetty, cousin Cousin Merl, cousin Curly Sue, indeterminate relative Bart and Lisa Simpson, former adopted children Gummy Sue - Cletus's other girlfriend/cousin/both who gets a new tooth at the hockey match. Pets Geech, smellhound (accidentally buried alive in concrete) The Carstairs family Admiral Carstairs, society patron Lady Carstairs, wife, society matron Wendy Orleans Carstairs, daughter, debutante, introduced to Larry Burns at her coming out party to which he responded "Put her back in, she's not done yet!" The Powers family Ruth Powers, divorced mother and neighbour of the Simpsons. Laura Powers, Ruth's daughter, former love interest of Bart. Springfield Nuclear Power Plant Charles Montgomery "Monty" Burns, owner (1989-present). Larry Burns, illegitimate son. (voiced by the late Rodney Dangerfield) Mrs. Burns, 122 year-old mother who had an affair with President William Howard Taft for which her son never forgave her. She is so old that the only thing she can do is dial the phone and yell. Bart Simpson, lived with Burns for one episode. Waylon J. Smithers Jr., executive assistant, rather effeminate and possibly gay. sycophant/lickspittle/toady (1990-present). Waylon Smithers, Sr. (deceased), father and professional predecessor. Homer Simpson, safety inspector in Sector 7-G. Briefly owner of the plant. Lenny Leonard (1990-present). Homer's co-worker in Sector 7-G. Brief tyrannical overseer of the plant when Burns lost all his money. Carl Carlson (1990-present). Homer's co-worker and former supervisor in Sector 7-G. Charlie, Homer's co-worker and friend who is Dangerous Emissions Supervisor in Sector 7-G, sent to India after asking Burns for a real emergency exit, dropped a pencil in Homer's butt and player in the Springfield Nuclear Power Plant softball team. Mindy Simmons, formed a close friendship with Homer which tempted him almost to adultery, after which she reportedly "hit the bottle pretty hard" and lost her job at the plant. Marge Simpson, wife of Homer Simpson, hired because of power plant's lack of female employees. Bart Simpson, son of Homer Simpson, briefly replaces Homer while the latter is serving as a missionary somewhere in The South Pacific (Microasia). Zutroy, an illegal immigrant sent to work there and is caught by Department of Labor agents. Tibor, general company scape-goat due to his inability to speak English, promoted ahead of Homer. Gummy Joe Crusher, hired goon LowBlow, hired goon Unnamed man with extraordinarily large hand Stewart, a duck hired as a cheap courier Inanimate Carbon Rod, became famous for saving the spaceship Homer was on, named Worker of the Week Jack Marley (retired) Frank Grimes, a.k.a. Grimey (deceased), killed self while angrily denouncing Homer in a fit of insanity Frank Grimes Jr., son. Attempts to kill Homer to avenge his father's death. Karl, former executive assistant of Homer, (dismissed) (voiced by Harvey Fierstein) Pops Freshenmeyer Father of Sherri and Terri (name not known, but had supervisory role over Homer until Homer's promotion) Blinky, three-eyed fish, sometime mascot, one of many so mutated due to power plant's radiation Talented Dog from T.V. show An entire Brazilian soccer team has been noted as working in the reactor core. (When the Nuclear Regulatory Commission criticized Mr. Burns on this, he replied "That plane crash landed on my property!") Unnamed worker (Guillermo?) who Mr. Burns thought his son Rolando is his son Ronaldo (a comic remark to anger Homer because Mr. Burns couldn't remember his name) Mike Scioscia, Roger Clemens, Don Mattingly, Steve Sax, Ozzie Smith, Wade Boggs, Ken Griffey, Jr., Darryl Strawberry and Jose Canseco, ringers for the plant softball team who were given token jobs at the plant. (Don Mattingly is cut because he didn't shave his "sideburns". Steve Sax is serving three consecutive life sentences. Jose Canseco was busy saving a woman's possessions from her burning home. Ken Griffey Jr. was diagnosed with gigantitism. Ozzie Smith appeared to have fallen off of the face of the earth. Wade Boggs is left unconscious on the floor of Moe's Tavern. Roger Clemens is hypnotised to think he is a chicken. Mike Scioscia dies from radiation poisoning. Strawberry was the only one who wound up playing.) Canary M. Burns, a canary who is the official head of the plant so Charles M. Burns would not get into trouble if there was unlawful activity there. Unnamed dog, is trained to abort the core destruct sequence when Homer presses the button while napping. Unnamed manatee, posed as Homer while he took his wife on vacation. He nearly died of dehydration, but fortunately, Mr. Burns and Smithers were able to keep him hydrated (by washing him like a car). Queenie, the chicken that took the place of Homer for a short time. Homer then gave her a good 'home' upon returning. Unnamed brick, tied around a lever to replace sickly Homer Several hundred robots also work at the plant. Homer had to fire several dozen robots due to budget problems. Related: Aristotle Amadopoulos, owner, Shelbyville Nuclear Power Plant Furious George, Burns' knife fighting monkey, a parody of Curious George The Pasty Faced Lawyer heads a team of expensive lawyers who regularly represent Mr Burns and the Power Plant in court. Springfield Elementary School Administration Seymour "Spanky" Skinner, principal, a.k.a. Armin Tanzarian, lives with the real Seymour's mother: Agnes (1989-present). Agnes Skinner, Seymour's mother, very demanding and persuasive (1990-present). Superintendent Chalmers, sometime date of Agnes Skinner. He was once referred to as "Super Nintendo Chalmers" by Ralph. (1993-present). Leopold, Chalmers' assistant Nedward "Ned" Flanders, President of the Parent-Teacher Association, briefly principal when Mr. Skinner gets fired, dismissed for promoting prayer in a public school (dismissed) (Fake) State Comptroller Atkins (Otto in a State Comptroller Atkins suit) (Real) State Comptroller Atkins Teachers Ms. Edna Krabappel, fourth-grade teacher, former fiancée to Seymour Skinner (principal) (1990-present). Mrs. Audrey McConnell, third grade teacher Miss Elizabeth Hoover, second-grade teacher (Lisa's teacher) (1991-present). Mr. Dewey Largo, music teacher (1990-present). Mr. Schindler, art teacher Mr. Glascock, teacher (retired) Mrs. Blumenstein, teacher, debate team coach Mr. Sikorsky, shop teacher Mrs. Cummerdale, gym teacher Mrs. Pummelhorse, gym teacher (left in 2006, promised to come back as "Mr. Pummelhorse, shop teacher") Mrs. Holmes-Indigo, science teacher Mr. Tito Puente, music teacher (retired) Mr. Bergstrom, substitute teacher while Miss Hoover was away (Lisa had a crush on him) Abe Simpson, Jasper, John Frink, Moe Syszlak and Marge Simpson (temporary substitute teachers during a teacher's strike) Mr. Estes, yearbook advisor (deceased) Mr. Kupferberg, the French teacher who can't speak French. 'J'accuse, Monsieur Kupferberg!' - Lisa Simpson (to which he responded in a Brooklyn accent, 'What is she yakkin' about?'). Coach Krupt, gym teacher who is obsessed with the game Bombardment, where he just hits students with balls. He also plays this game with muffins in restaurants. Staff Groundskeeper Willie, groundskeeper, all-around hero, Scottish (in the Italian version Willie has a Sardinian accent) Groundskeeper Seamus, Irish groundskeeper, Willie's worst enemy. Gravedigger Billy, Willie's cousin. Has white whiskers and a cataract in his left eye. Lunchlady Doris, lunchlady & nurse (character retired after death of voice actress Doris Grau) Dr. J. Loren Pryor, school psychiatrist Coach Fortner, alcoholic coach Otto Mann, bus driver, stoner, guitarist, once married, once engaged to be married, fan of heavy metal, former Springfield school President, holds record for over 15 crashes without a single fatality and almost received tenure at Brown University. (1990-present) Myra, Principal Skinner's secretary, friendly with Bart. Students Nelson Muntz, bully, known for his scornful laugh (1990-present). Father, former kids soccer coach, went to the store for cigarettes/pop-tarts, spent several years in the circus as a freak, and returned. Mother, former Hooters waitress. Got a job playing Lady Macbeth where she doesn't have to take her top off on stage, but chooses to do so anyway. Corky "Jimbo" Jones, bully, with wool cap and skull shirt (1990-present). Dolph, bully, with long bangs (1990-present). Kearney, bully, bald, divorced father of one; dated Jimbo's mom (1990-present). Francine, bully, tormentor of Lisa Martin Prince, nerd extraordinaire (1990-present). "Database" (nickname), nerd, with curly hair (member of "SuperFriends") "Ham" (nickname), nerd, with little sprout of hair (member of "SuperFriends") "E-Mail" (nickname), nerd (member of "SuperFriends") "Report Card" (nickname), nerd (member of "SuperFriends") "Cosine" (nickname), nerd (member of "SuperFriends") Wendell, nervous student, pale skin, vomits frequently due to motion sickness. Lewis, Bart's friend in earlier seasons Richard, another of Bart's friends with grey hair. Has a blue leather jacket. Janey Powell/Henderson, best friend of Lisa (Note: Powell is her last name in Bart Simpson's Guide To Life, Henderson is her last name in the episode "My Fair Laddy"). Sherri and Terri, purple-haired twins, their father has a top-level position at the power plant (1990-present). Allison Taylor, Lisa's fellow-overachieving classmate (voiced by Winona Ryder) Alex Whitney, Lisa's super-hip classmate (voiced by Lisa Kudrow) Rex, highly dramatic stage actor Tommy, breathtaking boy in Bart's class Üter, German exchange student, loves Chocolate (possibly based on Augustus Gloop from Roald Dahl's Charlie and the Chocolate Factory. (Presumed missing) Samantha Stankey, moved to Springfield from Phoenix, Arizona. Fell in love with Milhouse and transferred by her father to an all-girls convent school run by French-Canadian nuns. (Voiced by Kimmy Robertson) Michael D'Amico, son of Fat Tony. Marge sometimes drives him home. Wanda, a friend of Lisa's, her husband is going to be a janitor according to a game at Lisa's slumber party. Langdon Alger, a quiet, puzzle-enthusiast on whom Lisa had a crush. Never actually appears in any episode; Lisa tells Homer about him. "Little Moe Syzlak" (nickname), who does not see or hear his remarkable resemblance to Moe. School pets Superdude, gerbil, (deceased) Nibbles, hamster Mrs. Nibbles, hamster, 'wife' to Nibbles, mother to and consumer of various offspring Lumpy, snake Stinky & Wrinkles, goldfish (Deceased due to Yo-Yo incident) Bumpy and Heidi, turtles Wes, dingo Wee Turtles, attack Willie in fake fire drill caused by Bart and Jessica Lovejoy [edit] Youth groups Pre-teen Braves Leader: Homer/Marge Simpson Bart Simpson Nelson Muntz Database Ralph Wiggum Cavalry Kids Leader: Kirk Van Houten Milhouse Van Houten Jimbo Jones Cosine Martin Prince Model United Nations Nelson / Japan Wendell / Mexico Sherri / Trinidad Terri / Tobago (note: Trinidad and Tobago are both under the same political order, so it is fitting that the twins share this Republic.) Lisa / France Bart / Libya Milhouse / Poland Ralph / Canada Lewis / U.S.A Martin / Finland Government, police, law Mary Bailey, state governor (has won at least two terms; known because she defeated C. Montgomery Burns for re-election one year). Mr. Atkins, state comptroller Bob Arnold, former Congressman (expelled for bribery charges discovered by Lisa) Horace Wilcox, former Congressman (died after serving since the 1930s) Krusty the Clown, Congressman (took Wilcox's seat) "Diamond Joe" Quimby, mayor Big Tom, mayoral bodyguard Ernie, mayoral bodyguard Homer Simpson, former mayoral bodyguard Sideshow Bob (Robert Underdunk Terwilliger), briefly mayor of Springfield. Unnamed, the three city councilmen seen in "Homer's Odyssey" Homer Simpson, owned a security company (SpringShield) and became Chief of Police after Wiggum was fired. Quit after attacked by mob. Lenny, former police officer and part of Homers security company. Carl (sometimes Karl), former police officer and part of Homers security company. Chief Clancy Wiggum, chief of police, sometimes chief constable of police, briefly promoted to police commissioner (1990-present). Lou, police sergeant, briefly promoted to chief of police. According to the episode"The Dad Who Knew Too Little", he was formerly married to a woman named Amy. Eddie, police officer (briefly promoted to "Lou") (1990-present). Pete, undercover guy assigned to infiltrate the mafia. Cover blown by Wiggum. Marge Simpson, police officer. Briefly joined the ranks of the department before resigning over differences. Rex Banner, replaced Wiggum due to his incompetence in finding the "Beer Baron" Various police dogs: Bobo Scraps Sniffy Laddie Judge Multon, veteran judge Judge Roy Snyder, veteran judge, known for lenient punishment (originally Jewish, then became African-American) (1990-present). Judge Constance Harm, newer judge, known for vindictive punishment (a Judge Judy parody) (2001-present). Judge Muntz, grandfather to Nelson; sentenced over 47 men to death Related: Unnamed, mayor's wife (a Jacqueline Kennedy Onassis parody) Unnamed, mayor's numerous mistresses, including Miss Springfield and his own cousin Unnamed, mayor's secret other family, seen having brunch Freddy Quimby, mayor's nephew, troublemaking playboy Clovis Quimby, mayor's nephew (brother?) Roxie, mayor's secretary Amy, police sergeant Lou's ex-wife Ray Patterson, sanitation commissioner, lost to Homer Simpson in a landslide when Homer offered many extra garbage services. After promptly running out of money, Simpson solved the budget crisis by letting other American cities dump their garbage in an abandoned mine under Springfield. After the mine filled and the town was overcome with garbage, Patterson was asked to once again assume the position as sanitation commissioner, but refused. The entire town was subsequently moved a few miles down the road. (Voiced by Steve Martin) Springfield Goofball:Congressman, suggested that springfield remove the confederate symbol from their flag, citing that springfield was in a northern state Members of the Springfield Republican party, meet in dark evil looking castle: Mr. Burns Smithers Dr. Hibbert Sideshow Bob Bob Dole Rainier Wolfcastle (Also known as McBain) Krusty the Clown Dracula (Count Chocula?) Frankenstein's monster Ralph Nader Rich Texan (Colonel Antoine "Tex" O'Hara?) Birchibald T. Barlow, a pastiche of Rush Limbaugh Criminal element Professor Snake Jailbird, a recidivist crook (hold-ups, break-ins, muggings, etc.), name refers to tattoo on arm. Jeremy Jailbird, Snake's son. Gloria, Snake's girlfriend and (possibly) Jeremy's mother. Don Vittorio DiMaggio, godfather. Anthony "Fat Tony" D'Amico, mob boss (Frankie "the Squealer" maintains that Fat Tony's middle name is Marion) (1991-present). Michael D'Amico, Fat Tony's son. Joey, mob henchman. "Legs", mob henchman (1991-present). Louie, mob henchman (1991-present). Johnny "Tightlips", mob henchman. Doesn't answer any questions. Was once stabbed, but refused to admit he was in pain. Frankie "the Squealer," mob henchman/informant. Koopster, mob servant. Jimmy The Scumbag, a failed small time crook who ran an illegal telemarketing scam until Chief Wiggum caught him. Homer Simpson then used Jimmy's autodialler to perpetrate his own scam. Robert Underdunk Terwilliger a.k.a. Sideshow Bob, tried to kill Bart Simpson and Krusty the Clown (1990-present). Cecil Terwilliger, Sideshow Bob's brother (voiced by David Hyde Pierce, also a parody of his Frasier character Niles Crane). Lucille Botzkowski (Mrs. Botz), Evil Babysitter Bandit who Bart and Lisa catch but is idiotically freed by Homer. Appeared as the 2nd boss in the 1st Simpsons video game, Bart Simpson Vs The Space Mutants. Malloy the 'Cat Burglar' (voiced by actor Sam Neill) in 'Homer the Vigilante'. (In Daydream) Homer as Don Homer. Dr Collosus, Germanic supervillain once married to Stacy Lovell, creator of the Malibu Stacy doll. Exceptionally incompetent, and constantly foiled by his greatest strength, yet ultimate weakness: his "amazing Colloso-Boots". His secret lair is located on "Death Mountain", but he was forbidden to go there by the police upon his release from prison. Business figures Lionel Hutz, incompetent lawyer and one time real estate broker. Differs from Gil in that he doesn't become nervous. (retired after the death of Phil Hartman) Unnamed, corporate attorney, nasally and pasty-faced lawyer with blue hair. Differs from Hutz in that he is actually competent. Belongs to Luvem and Burnem, Family law as seen in the 300th episode. Gil, incompetent lawyer, as well as incompetent salesman of real estate, cars, shoes, doorbells, computers (a parody of Jack Lemmon's character in the movie Glengarry Glen Ross) Colonel Antoine "Tex" O'Hara, also known as "Rich Texan", oil tycoon, former owner Springfield Isotopes, former owner She's The Fastest greyhound, former owner of the Springfield Nuclear Plant, owner traveling carnival, humidor maker, owner of "Stained-glass bathrobe" and "World's Fattest Racehorse." Howard K. Duff VIII, owner Duff Beer, owner Springfield Isotopes. Barry "Duffman" Duffman, product promoter (current holder of the title, others were Larry & Sid) Jack Larson, president Laramie Cigarettes. Lindsey Naegle, entrepreneur, alcoholic, sexual predator. Cookie Kwan, successful Korean-American realtor (Cookie's "number one on the West Side"). Jeff Albertson, a.k.a. Comic Book Guy, owner of the Android's Dungeon Comics & Baseball Card Shop. Characters call him "Comic Book Guy", his actual name was revealed in the 2005 episode #1608 "Homer and Ned's Hail Mary Pass". Prior to this episode, Matt Groening suggested his name was "Louis Lane", but this name was never used in a Simpsons' episode. (1991-present). Unnamed "Yes" guy, restauranteur, waiter, salesclerk, and election-day poll worker (a Frank Nelson parody). He explains his condition by saying that he had a stroke. There was a Brazilian version of the "yes guy" in the episode where the Simpsons go to find Ronaldo the orphan. He said "sim" which is Portuguese for "yes." Akira, restauranteur behind the Happy Sumo; and part-time martial-art teacher (Voiced by George Takei). John, gay antiques owner of store in Springfield Mall (voiced by John Waters). Captain Horatio McCallister (The Sea Captain), restauranteur behind the Frying Dutchman and charter boat operator. In court, it was proven that he is not actually a real captain, although he has been seen piloting various vessels over the course of the series. He was responsible for helping young Homer cross a lake at his summer camp to meet Marge for the first time. In several episodes he has been shown to have a prosthetic leg, a glass eye (occasionally two), a problem with alcohol, to be bisexual (when not engaging in bestiality), and to suffer from crippling depression. His catch phrase is a piratical "Yaaaarr". Squeaky Voiced Teen, nameless, fills various positions at entry-level part-time jobs around Springfield. 'Mom', tough girl at Mom and Pop's hardware store, onetime girlfriend of squeaky-voiced teen (who was 'Pop' in the same store). Herman, one-armed veteran, owner Herman's Military Antiques and a smuggler of cheaply-made counterfeit jeans. Professor John Frink, scientist, inventor, entrepreneur, and ex-lecturer at the University of Springfield (based on Jerry Lewis' character in The Nutty Professor). Goose Gladwell, eccentric Willy Wonkaesque clothing and novelty store entrepreneur who screws Bart on a business deal. Unnamed sunglasses salesman, "That guy who sells those Blue Blocker sunglasses people sometimes wear." Unnamed "Khlav Khalash" guy, sells meat on a stick and crab juice to Homer in New York City, and is seen in the Russian district of Springfield when Lisa catches the bus to the museum. Arthur Fortune, Springfield billionaire, rival to Mr. Burns (Parody of Richard Branson). Frank Ormand, pretzel franchise owner, voiced by Jack Lemmon (and therefore one of at least two Simpsons characters' 'parody of a parody', in that Mr Lemmon's character is similar to that of Gil, who is already parodying Mr Lemmon's character in Glengarry, Glen Ross). Professor John Frink Senior, swashbuckling scientist (a la Indiana Jones), zombie and serial murderer, voiced by Jerry Lewis. Another circular parody, as the character of Professor John Frink (Jr) is based upon a Jerry Lewis character. Local media personalities Television Krusty the Clown, Herschel Schmoikel Pinkus Krustofski, entertainer (1990-present). Rabbi Hyman Krustofski, rabbi and Krusty's formerly estranged father. Sophie, Krusty's illegitimate daughter with a former soldier. an unnamed and unrecognized son who looks a lot like Krusty. Lois Pennycandy, Krusty's personal assistant. Sideshow Bob, Robert Underdunk Terwilliger, former sidekick of Krusty, repeat attempted-murderer, fraudulently elected mayor of Springfield for a short time (voiced by Kelsey Grammer). Threatened to detonate a nuclear weapon unless all television stations in Springfield stopped broadcasting. All of his plans have been foiled by Bart. Quote: "To be fair, I've never actually killed anyone." Cecil Terwilliger, Bob's jealous (and probably more competent at killing people) younger brother, who once tried to kill Sideshow Bob, Lisa and Bart. Voiced by David Hyde Pierce, who also plays as the brother of Kelsey Grammer's character in Frasier. Sideshow Mel, Melvin Van Horn, Bob's humble but eloquent replacement (and one-time juror). Sideshow Raheem, an angry, angry young man. Sideshow Luke Perry, Krusty's "worthless half-brother." Louis "Mr. Teeny" Toot, trained monkey on Krusty's show, uncle was former head monkey at the ministry of tourism in Brazil; there have been three Mr. Teenys that died who have been used by Krusty. His mother is Toot-Toot. Corporal Punishment, background player on Krusty's show. Tina Ballerina, another Krusty regular. Ms. No Means No, mandatory Krusty add-on after a sexual harassment suit. Kent Brockman, local anchorman for KBBL-TV (Channel 6), real name Kenny Brockelstein. Has a sister who is a Washington correspondent for CNN. Arnie Pie, "Arnie in the Sky," disgruntled Channel 6 traffic helicopter reporter. Bumblebee Man, Spanish language television host on KMEX-TV (Channel Ocho), real name likely Pedro. Emma, Bumblebee Man's ex-wife. McGonigle , TV police officer who solves crimes in his spare time. Roger Meyers, Jr., chairman of "Itchy and Scratchy International." Roger Meyers, Sr., founder of "Itchy and Scratchy International." Chester J. Lampwick, creator of cartoon character "Itchy" and cartoon violence. June Bellamy, the voice of cartoon characters Itchy & Scratchy (a June Foray reference). Scott Christian, substitute anchor for Kent Brockman when the latter is in the field. Gabbo, a mouthy television puppet who was cancelled after insulting Springfield on air. Boobarella, a scary-movie-marathon hostess (parody of Elvira, Mistress of the Dark). Movies Troy McClure, washed-up movie star (1991-1998, retired after the death of Phil Hartman) MacArthur Parker, McClure's agent (voiced by Jeff Goldblum) Rainier Wolfcastle, a.k.a. McBain, famous action hero and based on Arnold Schwarzenegger (1991-present) Maria, wife, likely a reference to Schwarzenegger's wife, Maria Shriver Greta, daughter (voiced by Reese Witherspoon) Fritz Schnackenpfefferhausen, owner of a sausage company in whose commercial Rainier first appeared on television Corporal Obergruppenfuehrer Wolfcastle, announcer for Wolfcastle's late night talk show Up Late with McBain, possibly related Skoey [sp.?], a character from a McBain movie; was also the "music guy" for Up Late with McBain Buck McCoy, aging Spaghetti Western cowboy legend Señor Spielbergo, director, Steven Spielberg's non-union Mexican equivalent Laszlo Panaflex, unseen personality whose star is next to McClure's on the Springfield Walk of Fame Radio Various radio stations include: KBBL-FM, typical FM music format KBBL-AM, "K-Babble", all talk radio KOMA-AM, "Coma", restful easy listening KFSL-FM, "K-Fossil", classic rock KUDD-AM, "Cud" (as in cows), country/western KJAZ-AM, mostly jazz WOMB, "warm and safe radio..." KZMB-AM "All Zombie Radio" Bill and Marty, radio team on KBBL-AM "Jerry Rude and the Bathroom Bunch" with shock-jock Jerry Rude (a Howard Stern parody, name a parody of "Dick Lamb and the Breakfast Bunch" in Hampton Roads, VA) "Moleman in the Morning" with Hans Moleman, on KJAZ "Gabbin' About God" on KBBL-AM with Rev. Timothy Lovejoy, Rabbi Hyman Krustovsky, and Msgr. Kenneth Daly Birch Barlow, Birchibald T. Barlow, host of conservative call-in show on KBBL-AM (a Rush Limbaugh parody; name reminiscent of "John Birch"), seen buying drugs at Marge's "garage sale." Dr. Marvin Monroe, call-in psychiatrist on KBBL-AM (once thought deceased, merely very ill) Music Bleeding Gums Murphy, jazz musician (deceased) Lurleen Lumpkin, country western singer/songwriter, currently in rehab The Be Sharps, Grammy winning barbershop quartet (consisting of Homer, Apu, Skinner and Barney - and Chief Wiggum who left/got thrown out before they became famous). A parody of The Beatles. Party Posse, boyband (consisting of Bart, Milhouse, Nelson and Ralph) Rachel Jordan/Kovenant, Christian rock The Larry Davis Experience, frequent live performers at local functions Alcatraaaz, rap musician Cyanide, Poison cover band that plays Otto and Becky's wedding Hooray for Everything, performed the Super Bowl halftime show Pious Riot, the converted remains of Quiet Riot, who claim to have played more state fairs than the Beatles Disco Stu, 70s disco king who always wears leisure suits Sports & other personalities Anton Lubchenko, football kicker for Springfield University Drederick Tatum, professional heavy-weight boxer (and convicted felon). Parody of boxer Mike Tyson. Lucius Sweet, professional boxing promoter (parody of boxing manager / promoter, Don King) Rasputin the Friendly Russian, formerly the Mad Russian, professional wrestler Dr. Hillbilly, professional wrestler Iron Yuppie, professional wrestler Professor Werner von Brawn, professional wrestler Uncle Slam, professional wrestler Rumbelina, professional wrestler Osama bin Rotten, professional wrestler "Secretary of Hate" Colin KaPow, professional wrestler Clay Babcock, two-time Fast Car champion Ronnie Beck, three-time soapbox derby champion Stan "The Boy" Taylor, football player, Springfield Atoms Flash Bailey, baseball player, Springfield Isotopes The Capital City Goofball, baseball mascot and inspiration to Homer Captain Lance Murdock, daredevil Box Car Fred (and various other hobos), boxing runner-ups Hank Scorpio, supervillain and very considerate and friendly employer Señor Ding-Dong, one time marketing gimmick Colonel Leslie "Hap" Hapablap, highly militaristic Colonel of local Air Force base [edit] Bowling teams Pin Pals (consisting of Homer, Apu, Moe, and Otto, before he was replaced by Mr. Burns) The Holy Rollers (consisting of Ned, Maude and the Lovejoys), disbanded when Maude died. The Stereotypes (consisting of Willy, Capt. McAllister, Luigi Risotto and Cletus) The Homewreckers (consisting of Jacques, Princess Kashmir, Lurleen Lumpkin and Mindy Simmons) DMV Regulation Kings (consisting of Patty, Selma, and two other DMV employees) Channel 6 Wastelanders (consisting of Kent Brockman, Arnie Pie, Krusty and Bumblebee man) Springfield Police Framers (consisting of Wiggum, Lou, Eddie and Snake) (disbanded) [edit] Moe's Tavern Moe Szyslak, owner and proprieter (possibly Mommar Szyslak or Morris Szyslak ). Unlicenced Surgeon. Put the crayon back into Homer's brain. Barney Gumble, former boozehound who seems to get in and out of drinking randomly. Homer Simpson Carl Carlson Lenny Leonard Sam, barfly, with green hat and glasses Larry, barfly, taller & balding The guy who calls Homer "Bill" (could possibly be Sam or Larry) Hugh Jass, customer who Bart once called as a result of a prank call that backfired Guy Incognito, a man who looks exactly like Homer, though with a mustache. He wears a tuxedo and top hat, and speaks in an exaggerated tone. Daria, Barney's occasional female companion Joey Jo-Jo Junior Shabadoo (also an alias of Homer Simpson's) Medical practices Doctors Dr. Julius Hibbert, doctor (originally a Bill Cosby parody). Rumored to be the long-lost brother of Bleeding Gums Murphy Dr. Nick Riviera, doctor, shifty in nature, incompetent. Known for his catchphrase "Hi, everybody!" His audiences would answer, "Hi, Doctor Nick!" Dr. Wolfe, dentist Dr. Marvin Monroe, psychiatrist (once thought deceased, merely very ill) Mervin Monroe, the tattoo artist from Simpsons Roasting on an Open Fire, Marvin's brother. Dr. J. Loren Pryor, psychiatrist Dr. Foster, psychiatrist Dr. Sally Waxler, psychiatrist (mentioned by Milhouse) Dr. Molly Cosmos, cosmetic surgeon Dr. Steve (Chiropractor) Dr. Steffi (Chiropractor; never seen, but mentioned by Dr. Steve) Dr. Zweig, Psychiatrist (Marge mistakenly referred to her as Dr. Lowenstein)


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