List of Simpsons facts:-
The Simpsons is an American animated sitcom created by Matt Groening.
The show first premiered on December 17, 1989, and is still running today.
The show is set in the fictional town of Springfield, and follows the daily lives of the Simpson family.
The main characters are Homer, Marge, Bart, Lisa, and Maggie Simpson.
The show has won 34 Primetime Emmy Awards, making it the most awarded animated series in history.
The Simpsons is the longest-running American sitcom, and the longest-running American animated program.
The show has aired over 700 episodes, and counting.
The iconic opening sequence features Bart Simpson writing lines on a chalkboard, and the family rushing to the couch to watch TV.
The show has featured a wide array of celebrity guest stars, including Michael Jackson, Stephen Hawking, and Lady Gaga.
The character of Homer Simpson was named after Matt Groening’s father, Homer Groening.
The show’s writers have included Conan O’Brien, Seth MacFarlane, and Judd Apatow.
The show has been praised for its humor and satire, but has also been criticized for its portrayal of certain groups and stereotypes.
The character of Krusty the Clown was originally supposed to be revealed as Homer’s secret identity, but the idea was scrapped.
The Simpsons has been translated into numerous languages, including Spanish, French, and Japanese.
The show has inspired countless parodies and references in popular culture.
The character of Ned Flanders was originally intended to be Homer’s arch-nemesis, but ended up becoming one of his closest friends.
The show has referenced and parodied numerous classic films, including Citizen Kane, The Godfather, and A Clockwork Orange.
The character of Sideshow Bob was originally supposed to be a one-time villain, but proved so popular that he became a recurring character.
The Simpsons was the first animated series to win a Peabody Award.
The show has its own theme park ride, The Simpsons Ride, at Universal Studios.
The character of Maggie Simpson has only spoken one word on the show: “daddy”.
The Simpsons has been praised for its accurate predictions of future events, including the election of Donald Trump and the Ebola outbreak.
The character of Moe Szyslak was named after a man Matt Groening knew in his hometown of Portland, Oregon.
The show has been criticized for its declining quality in recent years, with some fans calling for it to end.
The show has been praised for its music, which includes numerous original songs as well as parodies of popular songs.
The character of Groundskeeper Willie was originally intended to be French, but was changed to Scottish because the show’s animators found it easier to draw a Scottish accent.
The show has a recurring character named Comic Book Guy, who is known for his sarcastic comments and love of comic books.
The character of Apu has been the subject of controversy due to accusations of racial stereotyping.
The show has featured numerous fictional brands and products, including Duff Beer and Krusty-O’s cereal.
The show has been praised for its ability to appeal to both children and adults, with jokes and references that can be appreciated by people of all ages.
Homer Simpson is the patriarch of the Simpson family and works as a safety inspector at the Springfield Nuclear Power Plant.
Marge Simpson is the matriarch of the family and is known for her tall blue hair and her love for her family.
Bart Simpson is the eldest son of Homer and Marge and is known for his mischievous behavior and catchphrase “Ay caramba!”
Lisa Simpson is the intelligent and talented middle child of the family, known for her love of jazz music and activism.
Maggie Simpson is the youngest member of the family and is known for her pacifier and her ability to communicate without words.
Ned Flanders is the Simpsons’ neighbor and friend, known for his religious faith and cheerful demeanor.
Moe Szyslak is the owner of the local bar, Moe’s Tavern, and is known for his gruff personality and hopeless romantic tendencies.
Seymour Skinner is the principal of Springfield Elementary School, known for his strict demeanor and military background.
Krusty the Clown is a popular children’s entertainer on TV, known for his catchphrase “Hey Hey!”
Sideshow Bob is a former TV personality and enemy of Bart Simpson, known for his intelligence and love of classical music.
Barney Gumble is a regular patron at Moe’s Tavern and is known for his love of beer and his belching.
Mr. Burns is the wealthy owner of the Springfield Nuclear Power Plant, known for his greed and callousness.
Waylon Smithers is Mr. Burns’ loyal assistant and is known for his unrequited love for his boss.
Apu Nahasapeemapetilon is the owner of the Kwik-E-Mart convenience store and is known for his thick Indian accent and his catchphrase “Thank you, come again.”
Milhouse Van Houten is Bart Simpson’s best friend and is known for his glasses and his love of comic books.
Ralph Wiggum is a classmate of Lisa Simpson and is known for his strange behavior and nonsensical statements.
Chief Wiggum is the incompetent chief of police in Springfield, known for his love of donuts and his laziness.
Comic Book Guy is a sarcastic and overweight man who runs the Android’s Dungeon comic book store.
Nelson Muntz is a bully at Springfield Elementary School and is known for his catchphrase “Ha ha!”
Reverend Lovejoy is the minister at the First Church of Springfield and is known for his apathetic attitude.
Edna Krabappel is a teacher at Springfield Elementary School and is known for her relationship with Seymour Skinner.
Patty and Selma Bouvier are Marge Simpson’s older twin sisters and are known for their chain-smoking and their dislike of Homer.
Dr. Hibbert is the town doctor in Springfield and is known for his laugh and his tendency to give bad news with a smile.
Professor Frink is a scientist in Springfield and is known for his stuttering and his inventions.
Lenny Leonard and Carl Carlson are Homer Simpson’s coworkers at the Springfield Nuclear Power Plant.
Itchy and Scratchy are cartoon characters on The Krusty the Clown Show, known for their violent antics.
Groundskeeper Willie is the Scottish caretaker at Springfield Elementary School, known for his thick accent and his love of haggis.
Jasper Beardly is an elderly resident of Springfield and is known for his slow movements and his catchphrase “Old man yells at cloud.”
Martin Prince is a classmate of Lisa Simpson and is known for his intelligence and his love of opera.
Mayor Quimby is the corrupt and womanizing mayor of Springfield, known for his catchphrase “Vote Quimby!”
Reverend Timothy Lovejoy Jr. is the local pastor of the First Church of Springfield, known for his lack of interest in his parishioners’ problems.
Kang and Kodos are two aliens who frequently appear in The Simpsons Halloween specials, known for their evil plots and tentacled appearances.
Grampa Simpson is Homer’s father and is known for his senility and tendency to tell long, rambling stories.
Maude Flanders was Ned Flanders’ first wife before her untimely death in a freak accident, leaving behind her two sons, Rod and Todd.
Disco Stu is a disco enthusiast who runs his own disco-themed store in Springfield.
Hans Moleman is a recurring character who is known for his poor eyesight and constant bad luck.
Cletus Spuckler, also known as the “Slack-Jawed Yokel,” is a farmer who has a large family and is known for his redneck mannerisms.
Superintendent Gary Chalmers is the superior of Principal Skinner and is known for his strictness and his catchphrase “Skinnerrrrrrrr!”
Fat Tony is the boss of the Springfield Mafia and is known for his thick Italian accent and his ruthless behavior.
Snake Jailbird is a recurring criminal in Springfield and is known for his tattoo of a snake and his catchphrase “Later, man!”
Squeaky Voiced Teen is a teenage boy who works at various places around Springfield and is known for his high-pitched voice.
Patty and Selma Bouvier have a pet iguana named Jub-Jub.
Lionel Hutz is a sleazy lawyer who frequently represents the Simpsons and is known for his catchphrase “Works on contingency? No, money down!”
Troy McClure is a washed-up actor who appears in various films and TV shows within the Simpsons universe and is known for his catchphrase “Hi, I’m Troy McClure. You may remember me from such films as…”
Bumblebee Man is a character on a Spanish-language TV show within the Simpsons universe and is known for his bee costume and his catchphrase “¡Ay, ay, ay! ¡No me gusta!”
The Rich Texan is a wealthy cowboy who frequently appears in Springfield and is known for his catchphrase “Yee-haw!”
Artie Ziff is a former high school classmate of Marge’s who is in love with her and is known for his obnoxious behavior.
Brandine Spuckler is Cletus’ wife and is known for her stereotypical redneck mannerisms and her large number of children.
Snake Jailbird has a son named Jeremy who is often neglected and left to fend for himself.
Comic Book Guy’s real name is Jeff Albertson.
Agnes Skinner is Seymour Skinner’s overbearing and controlling mother who frequently interferes in his life.
Ruth Powers is a single mother who is a friend of Marge’s and is known for her rebellious behavior.
Lurleen Lumpkin is a country singer who falls in love with Homer and is known for her hit song “Bunk with Me Tonight.”
Dr. Nick Riviera is a quack doctor who frequently appears in Springfield and is known for his catchphrase “Hi, everybody!”
Edna Krabappel’s catchphrase is “Ha!” after delivering a sarcastic comment or insult.
Troy McClure’s cause of death was being attacked by a swarm of mutated killer bees.
Herman Hermann, a one-armed veteran who runs a military surplus store in Springfield, is a recurring character known for his eccentricities.
Sideshow Bob, a former Krusty the Clown sidekick, is known for his refined speech, love of culture, and his intense hatred of Bart.
The Sea Captain is a gruff, bearded sailor who runs the restaurant The Frying Dutchman.
Groundskeeper Willie is a Scottish immigrant who is the groundskeeper at Springfield Elementary School and is known for his thick accent and his temper.
Jub-Jub is the pet iguana of Patty and Selma Bouvier, named after a character from the book “The Raven.”
Lunchlady Doris is the lunch lady at Springfield Elementary School who is known for her gruff attitude and her large mole.
Allison Taylor was a gifted student at Springfield Elementary School who briefly dated Bart and is known for her overachieving tendencies.
Bleeding Gums Murphy was a jazz musician who befriended Lisa and is known for playing the saxophone and his catchphrase “You can’t blow this gig, man. I’ve been trying for years.”
Cooder and Spud are two con artists who briefly take over the Simpson’s home in the episode “The Simpsons Spin-Off Showcase.”
Duffman is the mascot for Duff Beer and is known for his catchphrase “Oh yeah!”
Frank Grimes, also known as Grimey, was a hardworking man who briefly worked at the Springfield Nuclear Power Plant and was resentful of Homer’s laziness and lack of consequences.
Groundskeeper Seamus is a similar character to Groundskeeper Willie but with an Irish accent and a more laid-back attitude.
Jacques is a French bowling instructor who has a brief affair with Marge and is known for his accent and his love of bowling.
Jebediah Springfield is the founder of Springfield and is known for his iconic statue with a motto that reads “A noble spirit embiggens the smallest man.”
Jenda is a former girlfriend of Bart’s who is known for her liberal beliefs and her tendency to get involved in activism.
Dr. Marvin Monroe was a psychiatrist who frequently appeared on a radio show within the Simpsons universe and is known for his catchphrase “I’m listening.”
Mindy Simmons was a coworker of Homer’s who he briefly considered having an affair with and is known for her intelligence and her sultry voice.
Mona Simpson is Homer’s mother who had faked her own death and is known for her rebellious and anti-establishment beliefs.
Princess Kashmir is a belly dancer who briefly captures Homer’s attention and is known for her revealing outfit and her seductive dance moves.
Stampy is the Simpson’s pet elephant who briefly becomes a burden on the family.
Superintendent Chalmers’ first name is Gary.
Uter Zorker is a German exchange student who is known for his love of German food and his catchphrase “Don’t make me run, I’m full of chocolate!”
Waylon Smithers is Mr. Burns’ loyal assistant who is known for his unrequited love for Mr. Burns and his catchphrase “Yes, sir.”
Wendell Borton is a student at Springfield Elementary School who is known for his nasal voice and his tendency to fall asleep in class.
Artie Ziff is a wealthy entrepreneur and former high school classmate of Marge who has a crush on her.
Baby Gerald is the unibrowed baby who is often seen wandering around Springfield unsupervised.
Bumblebee Man is a character on the Spanish-language television network Telemundo who wears a bumblebee costume and speaks in Spanish.
Disco Stu is a disco enthusiast who is known for his catchphrase “Disco Stu doesn’t advertise.”
Dr. Nick Riviera is a quack doctor who is known for his catchphrase “Hi everybody!”
Fat Tony is the head of the Springfield mafia who is known for his gravelly voice and his catchphrase “You got a problem with that?”
Gil Gunderson is a hapless salesman who is known for his bad luck and his catchphrase “Can I borrow a feeling?”
Grampa Simpson, also known as Abe Simpson, is Homer’s father who is known for his stories and his tendency to fall asleep during conversations.
Hank Scorpio is a wealthy and charismatic villain who briefly employs Homer and is known for his laid-back personality and his catchphrase “Bye, Homer!”
Kang and Kodos are two aliens who frequently appear on the show and are known for their catchphrase “We will soon rule the Earth!”