Lois Pennycandy is the executive assistant to Krusty the Clown. On one occasion, he is promoted to head of the power plant when Mr. Burns goes bankrupt; which Smithers later describes to Homer Simpson as a "reign of terror". and "¬°Ay, Dios no me ama!" Paul Winfield, who played King in a 1995 Tyson biopic, took the role instead. "[27] Each fails to recognize the other. The character was heavily featured in the episodes "Three Men and a Comic Book" and "Radioactive Man". After Bart decided he was becoming too needy, the two broke up, which causes Milhouse to go back to Canada with Greta & the two get in a fight during a curling game. [194] She was knocked off the grandstand and her timely rescue was delayed because Homer had parked in the ambulance zone. Blinky was briefly seen again in episodes "Homer's Odyssey" and "Raging Abe Simpson and His Grumbling Grandson in 'The Curse of the Flying Hellfish'". She can frequently be seen serving deeply unpleasant meals made from horse testicles, grade-F meat (made of circus animals and filler), beef hearts that have been on the cafeteria kitchen floor, shredded newspapers, and ground-up gym mats, due to school budget cuts. She decides to release all the abused prisoners to a garbage barge where they would "bare-knuckle box until one of you emerges as king of your floating hell". It is hinted that Luigi is an illegal immigrant, even though he tried to run for mayor, telling Springfielders, "I make-a you the good government, just how-a you like it!" Luann was married to Kirk for several years, giving birth to a son, Milhouse, yet the marriage was an unhappy one. Although he appears to be elderly, in fact, Hans Moleman claims to be 31 years old, and that "drinking has ruined [his] life". In the 26th-season episode "Sky Police" she mentions that she has a brother named Stevie. He observes that the quality of studio management has changed over the years. Asa Hassan, a.k.a. She is often seen smoking even while teaching, once even under a "No Smoking" sign in the assembly hall. With the death of Tom Poston in 2007, the character was reduced to making minor background appearances and usual honking sounds, and has not spoken since "Bart and Lisa vs. the Third Grade". He frequently appears on infomercials, pitching all sorts of bizarre medical offers or endorsing dubious devices, and often turns his operations into TV spectacles. Lurleen confronts Royce and reveals the truth to the Dixie Chicks, who assault him with their musical instruments and invite Lurleen to join their tour. [119] The original idea behind Herman, said Groening, was that each time he appeared, he would give a different explanation for how he lost his arm. Luann began dating American Gladiator Pyro shortly after her divorce with Kirk for a few seasons, but was caught cheating on him with his best friend, "Gladiator Gyro". [213] The pig is voiced by Tress MacNeille. He told the actors of this production at the time that he had directed three plays in his lifetime and had three heart attacks, and that he cared so much about his work that he was planning on a fourth. In "The Springfield Connection", he is seen with Reverend Lovejoy before his execution. His way of selling is disastrous, as he is usually very unconfident, naturally bumbling, and tends to come off as needy, especially as he almost always refers to himself in the third person, as "Ol' Gil". Kumiko first appears in "Married to the Blob", when she walked past Comic Book Guy's shop, but stopped when she saw him through the window and liked him. After an unauthorized school field trip, Chalmers is fired for letting Nelson fall off a cliff, but is re-hired and given the title of Super-Duper-Intendent. In "The Simpsons Comics", when asked by Milhouse on the school's new chat show, Moments with Milhouse (formerly Moments with Martin) why the school meals are so bad, Doris admits that a third-grader had once mistakenly eaten her beloved hamster, and she had "sworn culinary revenge ever since". Sarah (according to Clancy) is his "home force" and he affectionately calls her "Poppin' Fresh". In "The Way We Weren't", they introduce a cousin who has a crush on Bart. She even continues to be a background character despite her later imprisonment. When Mr. Burns appears on a radio show in an attempt to boost his popularity in "Monty Can't Buy Me Love", Homer tells him that he has a list of jokes explaining the differences between white and black people; Homer later states, "White guys have names like Lenny, whereas black guys have names like Carl. As of "Little Orphan Millie", they are remarried. At one point in the movie, the Simpsons' house is completely destroyed after being sucked into a sinkhole in their backyard. On several occasions, the mob has attempted to kill him for his squealing, though they have repeatedly been unsuccessful. Tatum is a parody of Mike Tyson, with a high-pitched lisping voice, a menacing demeanor, a criminal record, financial problems, and a tendency to make pseudo-intellectual comments like "I insist that you desist" and "your behavior is unconscionable". Won't somebody please think of the children!?" When Mobbs was giving an announcement, Bart made a prank and made it look like he was insulting his customers. Jimbo's other known aliases are Jamesbo, Dr. J and Hector Gutierrez.