A picture of the classic Japanese go-to guy on The Simpsons, Akira. Akira was initially voiced by George Takei when he made his debut, but is now one of the many characters voiced by Hank Azaria.
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Marge grabs the microphone right before she's set to go fight the creator of a MMA-style event. Marge must fight him if she wants to end the show.
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A picture of Otto Mann, the busdriver for Springfield Elementary on The Simpsons. Otto loves his heavy metal and his drugs.
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A picture for Krusty the Krown's "new" assistant Sideshow Mel. Hard to believe how many years ago Sideshow Mel replaced Sideshow Bob. Man, we're old.
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A picture of the short-tempered Scottish groundskeeper at Springfield elementary, Groundskeeper Willie. Willie is voiced by Dan Castellaneta.
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A picture of Nelson Mutz, the elementary school bully on the Simpsons. Nelson is known for his signature laugh.
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A picture of the incredibly nerdy Milhouse Van Houten, Bart's best friend on the show, The Simpsons.
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Bart's fourth grade teacher, Edna Krabappel, is a bit of a lonely woman, but we love her so. Even if Bart does not seem to.
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Mrs Krabappel gets a little drunk when Bart spikes her coffee in the latest episode of The Simpsons, "Bart Gets a Z." Unfortunately this also gets her fired.
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The always hilarious and nerdy Comic Book Guy is voiced by Hank Azaria. Few people know that Comic Book Guy's real name is Jeff Albertson. Now you too can forget it.
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A picture of baby Maggie from Fox's ridiculously long running animated series, The Simpsons. Maggie is the Simpsons' third and youngest child.
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A picture of the Simpson's oldest daughter and middle child, Lisa Simpson. Lisa is voiced by Yeardley Smith on the show.
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The Simpsons Quotes

Homer: (Wearing glasses) The sum of the square roots of any two sides of an isosceles triangle is equal to the square root of the remaining side!
Man: (From inside a bathroom stall.) That's a right triangle, you idiot!
Homer: D'oh!

Homer: Aw, twenty dollars? I wanted a peanut!
Homer's Brain: Twenty dollars can buy many peanuts.
Homer: Explain how!
Homer's Brain: Money can be exchanged for goods and services.