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Bartholomew JoJo "Bart" Simpson (born April 1, ) is a main character and the Homer and Bart's relationship reaches a breaking point following Homer's . according to Bart, Skinner actually likes dog food), although a combination of. In most relationships the order in which the subject and object arguments are relationship, only the first of these relationships holds: Homer Simpson. As you may have noticed, Bart Simpson has had a LOT of girlfriends over him that if he's not serious about their relationship, he should end it.
Patty and Selma Bouvier[ edit ] Bart hates it when Patty and Selma come round and hates to spend time with them as they are not what he considers as cool.
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He often dreads it when he is made to stay with them and is repulsed by them and their habits. Nevertheless, he still loves them, and rescued Selma once he realized that Sideshow Bob was planning to kill her for money. Jessica Lovejoy[ edit ] Jessica Lovejoy was Bart's first girlfriend.
She liked Bart because of his bad boy attitude and the fact that her parents didn't like him.
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Bart liked her because she was "smart, beautiful, and a liar". However, she ultimately turned out to be too bad for Bart and he decided to stay away from her, only to be sat next to her in church and framed for stealing by her. After all this, he is still attracted to her. Bart took an instant attraction to her and they hung out and became good friends, although Bart wanted to be more than friends.
Bart tried hard to impress her when she came round to babysit them. In the end, Bart was heartbroken when he found out that Laura was in love with Jimbo Jones. However, he and Milhouse decide to go and prank Principal Skinner instead of go to a dance with Greta. He then dumps Greta to spare her from standing her up in future. Nobody loves Krusty the Clown more than Bart Simpson. There are plenty of times that Krusty lets Bart down, yet he always accepts him back into his life.
I got a rapid heartbeat from those Krusty Brand vitamins. Bart has been in love, oryou know, in like, plenty of times in the past 28 years. Between Becky, Jenda, Darcy, Jenny, and Jessica Lovejoy, Bart has seen his fair share of dating experience—especially for a year-old. Though Bart tends to be the tough guy of the show even more so than Nelson or any of his gangBart has a soft spot, as we all know.
Though Bart is a bit of a troublemaker, he is a good kid at heart. Their relationship ends shortly after Jessica blames Bart for stealing from the collection plate at church. Do what you feel. Do what you feel, regardless of the crowd around you.
Bart has written hundreds of messages over and over in his years. Has it taught him anything? Jacqueline, however, has celebrated her 80th birthday twice, in " Moe Letter Blues " and then later in " Puffless ". Like all Bouvier women, she is voiced by Kavner, and has large, unique hair, resembling Marge's, only a light gray color due to her old age.
In her younger days she smoked heavily but has quit, although she still speaks more raspily than Patty and Selma. Out of all the characters on the show, Jacqueline has the tallest hair. His first appearance was in the episode " The Way We Was ". This provoked Marge to go back and go out with Homer. In "Fear of Flying" it was revealed that he was one of the earliest male flight attendants ; Marge initially believed he was a heroic pilot and was traumatized when she discovered he was a flight attendant instead.
According to Marge in " Bart the Lover " after Clancy got out of the Navy, he had trouble with his cursing that nearly cost him a job as a baby photographer, but Jacqueline was able to curtail that by having him donate money to the swear jar. In the episode " Puffless ", it is revealed that he died of lung cancer which provoked Patty and Selma to abstain from smoking cigarettes. Marge was particularly upset by her father's death, as Homer had to buy her a white noise machine to try and get her to deal with it.
Like all the Bouvier family, his voice has become croaky through chain-smoking for a number of years.
He also shares the same grunt as Patty and Selmaboth of whom resemble younger female versions of him, while Marge more resembles her mother. She shares Selma' s laugh. In " Goo Goo Gai Pan ", Selma discovers that she has reached menopause and adopts Ling in China, after lying that she is married to Homer, to fool the Chinese authorities into thinking that Ling would be part of a traditional family as opposed to being raised by a single mother. The authorities briefly reclaim Ling, but the adoption agent Ms.
Woo relates to her experiences of her childhood with her single mother and allows Selma to adopt Ling. Since Patty told Selma to give up smoking once the baby came home, Selma claimed she would switch to chewing tobacco, although it is not clear if she has followed through with this.
After he is released and marries the very smitten Selma, Sideshow Bob fools everyone except for Bart, who eventually foils Sideshow Bob's plot to murder Selma on their honeymoon. Lionel Hutzvoiced by Phil Hartmanis mentioned as Selma's ex-husband in the season four episode " Selma's Choice ". However, this is the extent to which their relationship is depicted at any point in the series.
It is a sham marriage devised to revitalize his career and image. When he tells her this, Selma is devastated to have been used by yet another terrible husband. For a while, she attempts to go along with the ruse, if only for the creature comforts she can access.
When Troy says they need to have a child to divert public attention from rumors of his fetish involving aquarium fish, Selma knows this is a line she will not cross, and they divorce. The two divorced when Selma discovered that Fat Tony was already married.
Her death was noted in the episode " Selma's Choice ", in which she died of a bowel obstruction. Her final words to Patty and Selma during a video will is a plea that they not end their lives old and alone like herself, prompting Selma to become more intent on having a family. It is unknown which side of the family he came from or how he died. He is only mentioned once.
At the funeral, Bart views his great uncle's corpse, which makes Bart turn green and faint. Later, Bart is seen running away up a hill with Lisa and Maggie, resulting in Homer and Marge scolding them in the car. Dot is the cousin of Marge, Patty and Selma. She gave Selma a video camera at her wedding to Sideshow Bob.
This is the only time she is mentioned. While Marge is identifying the body, Homer starts a daycare centre for local children. According to Marge, Arthur suffered from auditory hallucinations and went on a homicidal spree before 75 federal marshals brought him down. Otherwise, he is never mentioned and has never made an appearance. He first appeared in " Simpsons Roasting on an Open Fire " as a race dog adopted by Homer and Bart and has been in the series since.
Though the "country folks" are not themselves blood relatives to the Simpsons, they are referred to as "cousins" in the episode because of the dogs' relation.
Laddie was a collie owned by the Simpson family in the episode "The Canine Mutiny". He joined the family after Bart managed to get a credit card issued to Santos L. Halper a non-existent person whose name is a corruption of "Santa's Little Helper" and purchased him from a catalogue.