The Simpsons

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The Simpsons is an animated sitcom created by Matt Groening that focuses on the middle-class life of a family living in the fictional town of Springfield.

Since it spun off into its own series in 1989, following a series of shorts on The Tracey Ullman Show in 1987, it has become the longest-running American sitcom and animated series, with 32 seasons as of May 2018, spawning video games, comic books, a feature film and more. It has been hailed as one of the greatest television series of all time, counting its earlier seasons. On April 29, 2018, it became the longest prime-time scripted TV series of all time

List of characters
Characters' name Voice Role Muscle per Characters Total
Marge Simpson Julie Kavner She is the homemaker and full-time strict mom of the Simpson family and one of the main characters from The Simpsons. 3
Lisa Simpson Yeardley Smith She is one of Homer and Marge's three siblings and one of the five main characters. Lisa is an extremely intelligent girl, with an I.Q. of 159 or so. She plays the Saxophone. Many fans of the show claim that Lisa's birthday is September 28, although in "My Sister, My Sitter" we learn that Lisa is 2 years and 38 days younger than Bart, which would put her birthday on May 9, 1981. Lisa is also a Buddhist and a vegetarian much to her father's dismay. Lisa is the most intelligent person in the school and in one of the episodes, she was the only person in the school's history to graduate.

Alter-ego

Clobber Girl is Lisa Simpson's superhero alternative. She, along with her partner, Stretch Dude, got their powers by accidentally getting hit by an x-ray machine scanning Halloween candy when it malfunctions.

Together, they fought the evil Collector, who kidnapped famous television characters from various geek TV shows and movies.

Her power is super strength. Clobber Girl is vulnerable to kryptonite and is always barefoot after a bleacher fell on top of her and knocked her shoes off.

Maggie Simpson Maggie is the youngest child of Homer and Marge and sister to Bart and Lisa. She is often seen sucking on her red pacifier and, when she walks, she trips over her clothing and falls on her face (this running gag is used much more in earlier seasons). Being an infant, she has not learned how to talk. However, she did appear to talk in the first Tracey Ullman Show short.

Though she rarely talks, she frequently makes a characteristic sucking noise with her pacifier, which has become synonymous with the character.

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Ruth Powers Pamela Hayden 1
Sonya Tress MacNeille Sonya is a female bodybuilder and singer who took part in The Iron Maidens competition, where she sang a cover of the song "(The Man Who Shot) Liberty Valance". 1
L.A. Body Works Woman Tress MacNeille 1
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Rottweiler Tress MacNeille Rott met Nelson when she went to get him because he had an overdue library book. After this, the two of them fell in love. At some point, Nelson and Rott worked together to get Principal Skinner for "mattress-cide", cutting the tag off a mattress.

On a bullet train leaving Springfield, Rott and Nelson stopped Jeremy Jailbird from robbing the train. The two of them then met Lisa and Hubert Wong. Lisa and Rott then went to go and grab a drink on the train.

At some point, Nelson and Rott broke up because Rott took part in a fight in a fight club without telling Nelson, which Nelson didn't like.

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