Simpsons Characters by Definition (up to season 9)

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ClueCharacter
Hot shot estate agent at Red Blazer Realty
Local psychologist
'I'm half-Joe Camel and a third Fonzarelli. I'm the kung fu hippie from Gangsta City. I'm a rappin' surfer, You're the fool I pity'
Australian boy who accepted Bart's collect call
Presides over cases at Springfield Courthouse
The deeper-pitch voiced of the two aliens from Rigel 7, first seen in the Treehouse of Horror episodes
The Simpsons' next door neighbour (on the other side to the Flandereses) ever since the Winfields moved away to Florida
Friend and classmate of Bart's, and one of a select few African-American characters
Partner of Eddie the cop
Star of the TV Show Knightboat - ‘The crime solving boat!’
This old-timer often gets his beard caught in pencil sharpeners
Yarrrrrrrr, he's not attractive....
Mascot for the Capitol City baseball team
The younger Flanders child
This guy doesn't advertise
Principal Skinner's mother
Temporary employee at the nuclear plant; tragically killed by his dislike of Homer Simpson
Chief of Springfield Police
Apu's wife through an arranged marriage
The only foundation repair guy in town
Lisa's wealthy fiancé in the future
Manager of The Isotopes baseball team in 'Dancing Homer'
Original creator of the Malibu Stacey doll
Also known as 'Miguel Sanchez' or 'Dr. Nguyen Van Phuoc'
School bus driver and legendary pothead
Wife (and possibly sister) of the slack-jawed yokel
Sycophantic assistant and firmly in the closet
Local bully and one-time beau of Lisa's
The tax-cheating, wife-swapping, pot-smoking, spendocrat mayor of Springfield
Three-eyed fish, mutated by toxic waste from Springfield Nuclear Power Plant
Braced student at Springfield Elementary where she fell in love with Milhouse
Member of the 'Legitimate Businessmen's Social Club'; he's the one with the high-pitched voice
She shot Mr. Burns
Dinner lady at Springfield Elementary school cafeteria
Worker of the Week and on the front cover of 'Time' in 'Deep Space Homer'
The only competent doctor in town
You may remember him from such productions as 'Gladys The Groovy Mule' and 'Lead Paint, Delicious But Deadly'
Mascot of Springfield Nuclear Power Plant
Beloved porcine mascot of Springfield A&M; one of Richard Nixon's best friends
Barney Gumble's father
Italian chef, proprietor of local restaurant
Chief of the Movementarians, who promised to whisk everyone off to the planet Blisstonia
Dr. Hibbert's wife
Father of Krusty the Clown
Dances for nickels down at Springfield Docks
Entrepreneuse and proprietoress of 'La Maison Derriere'
The higher-pitch voiced of the two aliens from Rigel 7 first seen in the Treehouse of Horror episodes
Leader of the counterfeit jeans ring uncovered in 'The Springfield Connection'
Winner of the Little Miss Springfield competition
Wife of Chief Wiggum
Undersecretary for International Protocol, Brat and Punk Division; from 'Bart vs. Australia'
Paste-eating second-grader at Springfield Elementary
The name of the fictional boyfriend Bart invents in 'Bart the Lover'
Country singer that Homer managed in 'Colonel Homer'
Voiced by actor and comedian Rodney Dangerfield
Bart sells his soul to this character
Principal at Springfield Elementary school: fraudulently known as Seymour Skinner
Starred in moving short film for the Springfield film festival about an alcoholic
Homer's spirit guide; voiced by the late great Johnny Cash
Channel 6 News' traffic reporter with the 'eye in the sky'
Child psychologist who mentored Ned Flanders as a child, and again when he went crazy after a hurricane tore down his house
Voiced by actor Joseph Hyde-Pierce
Regular character, sadly died in Season 11
Chairman of the Legitimate Businessmen's Social Club
Unit Commander of the Flying Hellfish
Springfield founder and cultural icon, with a noble spirit
Owner of Shelbyville Nuclear Power Plant
Wrestler from 'Bart the Daredevil'
Ned Flanders grand-uncle
31-year-old recovering alcoholic and gets injured a lot; looks old
School psychiatrist at Springfield Elementary
Jazz musician and idol to Lisa Simpson
Not-entirely-competent doctor
Clichéd action hero actor: 'the goggles, they do nothing!'
Lazy duck who works at the power plant
SNPP employee and regular barfly at Moe's
Will tear you up like a Kleenex at a snot party
CEO of Itchy & Scratchy Studios, founded by his father
Homer's mother, a hippy on the run from the law
Local bartender and proprietor of a local tavern; subject to repeated prank calls
Twins in Bart's class
ClueCharacter
Hints that the marijuana might be medicinal
'Stars discovered, fortunes made, hats blocked'
Cat burglar from 'Homer the Vigilante'
Marge's bowling teacher and admirer
Pretzel vendor who sold a franchise to Marge
Disobedient daughter of the Reverend, who was Bart's love interest briefly
British nanny; unfortunately sucked into jet engine of passing aircraft
Simpson relative who runs an unsuccessful shrimp company
Played Radioactive Man's sidekick in the original TV series
Thought he was Michael Jackson and sang 'Lisa it's your birthday'
Charismatic businessman who sold Springfield a dodgy monorail
President of the Springfield Historial Society
Inventor and uber-nerd
Hates stepping on garden rakes
Gay owner of Cockamamie's Collectibles Shop; befriended the Simpson family in 'Homer's Phobia'
Administrator for Springfield's schools and boss of Principal Skinner
Accidentally ate poisonous 'Fugu'....
One of Krusty's many sidekicks over the years, as seen in 'I Love Lisa' - wears an afro
More commonly known as Sideshow Mel, he replaced Sideshow Bob on the 'Krusty the Clown Show'
Notoriously dyes her hair
Crooked Congressman for whatever state Springfield is in
Art teacher at Springfield Community College from 'Brush With Greatness'
Original creator of Itchy from Itchy & Scratchy
One of the bullies at school, has a fake ID and drives a Hyundai Stellar
The quieter of the school bullies, with floppy hair
Music teacher as Springfield Elementary
Proprietor of the Kwik-E-Mart convenience store
Lisa sabotaged this extremely smart student's diarama of The Tell-Tale Heart by Edgar Allen Poe
The Simpsons' evangelical neighbour
'Any time I hear the wind blow it will whisper the name... ______'?
Monobrowed arch-nemesis of Maggie Simpson
Grampa's girlfriend until she died of a burst ventricle
She's the one who's been married several times and has a baby, Ling
Daredevil stunt motorcyclist
Local TV clown's rollerskating monkey
The security guard at the Try 'N' Save
Marge's sister and twin of Selma; She is openly gay
Evil supervillain and President of Globex Corporation
School kid who's always ill
Cheif Wiggum's father
Hard-nosed cop who replaced Chief Wiggum during Springfield's Prohibition period
Entertainer at Martin's birthday party; can conjure up magic sevens
The policeman who solves crimes in his spare time
Albanian exchange-student-come-spy
Milhouse's mom who was born in Shelbyville
Member of the 'Legitimate Businessmen's Social Club'; he's the one with the low-pitched voice
Originally on Channel Ocho but was poached by Krusty for his show
Slack-jawed yokel
Frankly, I would have expected better from him
Employee at Mount Useful from 'Mountain of Madness'
Simpsons' neighbour on the other side to the Flandereses. Sold the house to run out the clock in Florida
Grad student who accused Homer of sexual harassment in 'Homer Badman'
The name marge mistakenly gives her psychologist at the end of 'Fear of Flying'
Jiminy Jillikers! It's Radioactive Man's sidekick!
Lisa's second grade teacher at Springfield Elementary
Hailing from Scotland and hoarder of grease at Springfield Elementary
Mr. Burns' cherished teddy bear
The older Flanders child
Substitute teacher with semitic good looks
Intelligent and well-behaved dog the Simpsons owned for a while; now a police dog
Seymour Skinner's father
Kent Brockman's daughter; was right about the Berlin Wall
Black SNPP employee (was Homer's supervisor at one point) and regular barfly at Moe's
Governor of Springfield
He is watching Marge through a camera! (to the tune of Sweet Dreams by the Eurythmics)
Shoplifted a copy of 'Bonestorm'
The Simpsons' second cat; Somewhat ironically named since its black, not white
School bully whose real name is 'Corky'
Self-help guru who told Springfieldianites to behave like Bart
Temporary power plant employee who Homer falls for
Criminal owner of 'Lil Bandit'
Milhouse's father
More commonly known as 'comic book guy', he is the proprietor of Android's Dungeon, the comic book store
Carny who squatted in the Simpson home with his son
IQ of 216
Gossipy wife of the local Reverend
Voiced by actor Steve Martin in 'Trash of the Titans'
Shoots birds at the airport, a relative of the Simpsons
Foreign exchange student; don't make him run, he's full of chocolate!
Elephant that was Bart's pet for a brief time

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