This is an interactive version of the popular Simpsons cast poster. If you've seen it before, you may have tried to name all the characters, but come up short. Now help is at hand - I've identified every Simpsons character on this poster, from Homer, Bart and Mr. Burns right down to the generic jobsworths that appeared for 5 seconds in Season 1.
Click a quadrant to zoom in, and hover over a character's face to see who they are. Click here to zoom out.

Simpsons character poster
Simpsons character poster, top left
Simpsons character poster, top right
Simpsons character poster, bottom left
Simpsons character poster, bottom right
* Not literally every character appears on the poster - it only goes up to Season 9. However, Fox recently released an updated version (though very badly compiled) to accompany the Season 20 DVD. Read about it here. Note: If you have problems viewing the poster, you can look at the character list »

The character list

Below is the full list of every character on the poster. It is grouped by the four areas above: top left, top right, bottom left, bottom right. Currently the characters are not listed in any sensible order (actually it's the order I drew the hotspots on the image map), but you can have fun trying to match them all - I'll get round to ordering them eventually!

This is as good a place as any to say huge thanks to the members of the wonderful No Homers Club forum, who helped naming the last few people I didn't know - particularly Jamie, Cash Kerouac, Mr Johannson, and headintheclouds87. Also thanks to Charlie/TSR123 on The Dead Homer Society who named the final character we couldn't get.

Top left

  • Michael Knight: Star of the TV Show Knightboat, The crime solving boat!
  • Gerald: Monobrowed arch-nemesis of Maggie
  • Ralph Wiggum: Paste-eating second-grader at Springfield Elementary
  • Burns' goon: One of Mr. Burns' goons, seen in Homer's Odyssey
  • Springfield Gorge ranger: Park ranger at the gorge, briefly seen in Bart the Daredevil
  • Antoine Tex O'Hara: Manager of The Isotopes baseball team in Dancing Homer
  • McBain girl: McBain's bit-on-the-side in 'You Have the Right to Remain Dead'
  • Stampy: Elephant that was Bart's pet for a brief time
  • John Swartzwelder: Writer for Itchy & Scratchy and lifelong friend of Krusty the Clown
  • Deli guy: Delivered the 25ft sub that Bart ordered in My Sister, My Sister
  • Luann Van Houten: Milhouse's mom who was born in Shelbyville
  • Frank Grimes: Temporary employee at the nuclear plant; tragically killed by his dislike of Homer Simpson
  • Evelyn: Marge's old high school acquaintance whom she meets in Scenes From the Class Struggle in Springfield
  • Cosine: One of the 'Superfriends' from Bart's Comet
  • Judge Roy Snyder: Presides over cases at Springfield Courthouse; hates Lionel Hutz, who repeatedly ran over his son
  • Robert Palmer Twin: Parody of the women from Palmer's 'Addicted to Love' music video; seen in Homer's Night Out, inexplicably on a double date with Mr. Burns and Smithers
  • Robert Palmer Twin: Parody of the women from Palmer's 'Addicted to Love' music video; seen in Homer's Night Out, inexplicably on a double date with Mr. Burns and Smithers
  • Trainee Cop: Forget about the badge! When do we get the freakin' guns?!
  • Professor Werner von Brawn: Wrestler from Bart the Daredevil
  • Belle: Entrepreneuse and proprietoress of 'La Maison Derriere'
  • Mr. Jericho: Leader of the counterfeir jeans ring uncovered in The Springfield Connection
  • Luigi: Italian chef, proprietor of Luigi's restaurant
  • E-mail: One of the 'Superfriends' from Bart's Comet
  • Ham: One of the 'Superfriends' from Bart's Comet; Enjoys ham radio
  • Helen Lovejoy: Gossipy wife of the Reverend
  • Mayor Diamond Joe Quimby: The tax-cheating, wife-swapping, pot-smoking, spendocrat mayor of Springfield
  • Princess Cashmere: Exotic dancer who was photographed dancing with Homer; Has also dated Apu
  • John: Gay owner of Cockamamie's Collectibles Shop; befriended the Simpson family in Homer's Phobia
  • Malloy: Cat burglar from Homer the Vigilante
  • Sherri: One of Bart's classmates and twin of Terri
  • Ned Flanders: The Simpsons' evangelical neighbour
  • Bernice Hibbert: Dr. Hibbert's wife
  • Corporal Punishment: One of Krusty's sideshows
  • McGarnagle: The policeman who solves crimes in his spare time
  • Kermit the Frog: Not quite a mop, not quite a puppet (appeared in Bart the Fink)
  • Second Cousin Stanley Simpson: Shoots birds at the airport
  • Dr. Nick Riviera: Not-entirely-competent doctor
  • Simpson relative: Regional sales coordinator for the third largest distributor of bunk AND trundle beds
  • Buddy 'Fallout Boy' Hodges: Played Radioactive Man's sidekick in the original TV series
  • Simpson relative: His legs hurt
  • Lurleen Lumpkin: Country singer that Homer managed in Colonel Homer
  • Great Uncle Chet: Runs an unsuccessful shrimp company
  • Wendell: School kid who's always ill
  • Simpson relative: Environmental Lawyer
  • Rod Flanders: The older Flanders child
  • Lou the cop: Partner of Eddie
  • Kearney: One of the bullies at school
  • Dr. Simpson: Chief of complicated surgery at the Invasive Care Clinic
  • Moldy: The 'elder' in The Happy Little Elves, a show Lisa used to love
  • Actress: Hired by Mr. Burns to portray Marge
  • Estonian Actor: Hired by Mr. Burns to portray Lisa
  • Moroccan market stall owner: Sold Homer the Monkey's Paw
  • British Actor: Michael Caine-esque actor hired by Mr. Burns to portray Homer
  • Maude Flanders: Wife of Ned; died in Season 11
  • Roy: Brief guest in the Simpson home
  • Hollis Hurlbut: President of the Springfield Historial Society
  • Nelson Muntz: Local bully
  • Chester Lampwick: Original creator of Itchy
  • Frank Ormand: Pretzel vendor who sold a franchise to Marge
  • Jebediah Obediah Zachariah Jedediah Springfield: Springfield founder and cultural icon
  • Inanimate Carbon Rod: Worker of the Week
  • Very Tall Man: Drives a very small car
  • Amber Dempsey: Winner of the Little Miss Springfield competition
  • Colonel Leslie Hap Hapablap: Will tear you up like a Kleenex at a snot party; appears twice on this poster
  • Aristotle Amadopolis: Owner of Shelbyville Nuclear Power Plant (the other SNPP)
  • Jaques: Marge's bowling teacher; Surname is not Strap
  • Australian Judge: Decided Bart needed 'a little kick in the bum'
  • Tobias Drundridge: Australian boy who accepted Bart's collect call
  • Bea Simmons: Grampa's girlfriend until she died of a burst ventricle
  • Kang: Sister of Kodos, aliens from the Treehouse of Horror episodes
  • Ballet teacher: Taught Bart to dance in Homer vs. Patty and Selma
  • Groundskeeper Willie: Keeper of the grounds, at Springfield Elementary
  • Mrs. Glick: Simpsons' neighbour on the other side to the Flandereses. Sold the house to run out the clock in Florida
  • Fallout Boy: Jiminy Jillikers! It's Radioactive Man's sidekick!
  • Bubbles: One of the Happy Little Elves, Lisa's favorite show in the early years
  • Leon Kompowski: Thought he was Michael Jackson
  • Bear: Briefly adopted Maggie in Call of the Simpsons
  • Mathemagician: Entertainer at Martin's birthday party; Can conjure up magic sevens
  • House of Evil proprietor: Sells forbidden objects from places men fear to tread...also froghurt
  • Ugolin: Evil French guy from The Crepes of Wrath
  • Cesar: Evil French guy from The Crepes of Wrath
  • Grandma Van Houten: Lives in New York-esque suburb somewhere
  • Eddie the cop: Partner of Lou; Normally yellow, but he obviously just got back from a holiday in the Caribbean
  • Flying Hellfish: Logo for Grampa Simpson's unit in the Second World War II
  • Dizzy: One of the Seven Duffs
  • Captain Horatio McCallister: Yarr, he's not attractive
  • Quimby bodyguard: One of Mayor Quimby's burly protectors
  • Tattoo removal guy: Lasered off Bart's tattoo in Simpsons Roasting On An Open Fire
  • German Scientist: Studied Homer, the 'brilliant beast', in Call of the Simpsons
  • Ice Cream lady: Proprietor of Phineas Q. Butterfat's; Manages to keep a trim figure
  • Millicent: Stable owner from whom Homer bought a pony for Lisa in the episode Lisa's Pony
  • Rasputin the friendly Russian: Wrestler from Bart the Daredevil
  • Sideshow Raheem: One of Krusty's many sidekicks over the years, as seen in I Love Lisa

Top right

  • Captain Horatio McCallister: Yarr, he's not attractive
  • Beer-N-Brawl Manager: Introduces Lurleen at the out-of-town redneck bar
  • Shoshana: Snake's girlfriend in a few episodes
  • Nick Callahan: Estate agent at Red Blazer Realty
  • Happy Sumo greeter: Employee at the Japanese restaurant in One Fish, Two Fish, Blue Fish, Blowfish; Though she had pink hair in said episode
  • Snowball II: A weird fat version of the Simpsons' cat
  • Flaming Moe's waitress: Worked at Moe's for a short time before leaving to pursue a movie career
  • The Chief: Patient at New Bedlam mental asylum in Stark Raving Dad; He's a lot paler here
  • Hannibal Lecter: Seen in New Bedlam mental asylum in Stark Raving Dad
  • Jeff Albertson: More commonly known as 'Comic Book Guy', he is the proprietor of Android's Dungeon, the comic book store
  • Brandine Spuckler: Wife (and possibly sister) of Cletus, the slack-jawed yokel
  • Mr. Teeny: Krusty's rollerskating monkey
  • Moe Szyslak: Local bartender and proprietor of Moe's Tavern; subject to repeated prank calls
  • Principal Seymour Skinner: Principal at Springfield Elementary school
  • Melvin Van Horne: More commonly known as Sideshow Mel, he replaced Sideshow Bob on the 'Krusty the Clown Show'
  • Hank Scorpio: Evil supervillain and President of Globex Corporation
  • Arnie Pye: Channel 6 News' traffic reporter
  • Salesman rom Ex-Con Security: Tried to convince Homer to seal off the doors and windows with bulletproof lucite
  • Shelby: Bart's doppelganger rival from Shelbyville
  • Lunchlady Doris: Dinner lady at Springfield Elementary school cafeteria
  • Agnes Skinner: Principal Skinner's mother
  • Band member: Drummer from 'The Larry Davis Experience' and 'Krusty and the Krums'
  • Band member: Keyboardist from 'The Larry Davis Experience' and 'Krusty and the Krums'
  • Band member: Tubist from 'The Larry Davis Experience' and 'Krusty and the Krums'; Oddly, he was yellow in the former
  • Captain Kook: One of the characters in The Happy Little Elves
  • Stonecutter Alien: Kept under wraps by the Stonecutters
  • Pahusacheta Nahaspeemapetilon: Niece of Apu and daughter of Sanjay
  • Homer Simpson: Some guy
  • Clancy Wiggum: Chief of Springfield Police
  • Miss Elizabeth Hoover: Second grade teacher at Springfield Elementary
  • Robert Underdunk Terwilliger: Known as 'Sideshow Bob' to friends and enemies alike; Krusty's former sideshow who framed Krusty for armed robbery and tried to kill Bart on numerous occasions
  • Jamshed Nahasapeemapetilon: Head of security at the Kwik-E-Mart
  • Cowboy Bob: Proprietor of Bob's RV Round-Up
  • Barney Gumble: Homer's best friend and stalwart of Moe's Tavern
  • I'm just hair!: Your head ended 18 inches ago
  • Marge Simpson: Housewife and mother of the Simpson household
  • Patty Bouvier: Marge's sister and twin of Selma; She is openly gay
  • Pet Store clerk: Worker at Springfield Pet Shop who believes he can communicate with dogs through a canine-human mind-meld
  • Rex Banner: Cop who replaced Chief Wiggum during Springfield's Prohibition period
  • Gary: One of the three physics nerds at Springfield University
  • Cecil Terwilliger: Brother of Sideshow Bob who tried to blow up Springfield Dam
  • Recycling Hippie: Employee at Springfield Recycling Plant
  • Evan Conover: Undersecretary for International Protocol, Brat and Punk Division; from Bart vs. Australia
  • Handsome Pete: Dances for nickels down at Springfield Docks
  • Tipsy: One of the Seven Duffs
  • Jessica Lovejoy: Disobedient daughter of the Reverend, who was Bart's love interest briefly
  • The Leader: Chief of the Movementarians, who promised to whisk everyone off to the planet Blisstonia
  • Dr. Marvin Monroe: Psychologist with a gravely voice
  • Clown Doctor: One of Krusty's many sideshows; appeared in Like Father, Like Clown
  • Ethan Foley: Student at The Enriched Learning Center for Gifted Children; Often speaks in palindromes
  • Park Ranger McFadden: Employee at Mount Useful from Mountain of Madness
  • Pepi: Homer's temporarily-adopted 'Little Brother'
  • Legs: Member of the 'Legitimate Businessmen's Social Club'; he's the one with the raspy, low-pitched voice
  • Coyote: Homer's spirit guide after he ate Guatemalan insanity peppers
  • Happy Sumo Master Chef: His skilled hands are always busy
  • Simpson relative: Jug band manager
  • Simpson relative: Begs celebrities for money
  • Simpson relative: Steps in front of cars and sues the drivers
  • Simpson relative: Plays a millionaire at parties... or at least, he'd like to...
  • Selma Bouvier: Marge's sister and twin of Patty. She's the one who's been married several times and has a baby, Ling
  • Cooder: Carny who squatted in the Simpson home
  • Mona Simpson: Homer's mother, on the run from the law
  • Mr. Bergstrom: Substitute teacher and hero of Lisa
  • Gerald: Monobrowed arch-nemesis of Maggie
  • Scott Christian: Newsreader at Channel 6. Used in lieu of Kent Brockman when he's off or doing live reporting
  • Stampy: Elephant that was Bart's pet for a brief time
  • French Policeman: Basically, the one nice French person; Appeared in The Crepes of Wrath
  • Sam: Barfly at Moe's Tavern. Spoke in Lisa the Greek
  • Female judge: Sometimes used instead of Judge Snyder. It's nice to see some chicks on the bench!
  • Principal Dondelinger: Headteacher at Springfield High School
  • Bullfighter: No way a bull's gonna miss a target that big, man!; Appeared in Bart the Genius
  • Lisa: Replacement for the real Lisa Simpson in The Simpsons Spin-Off Showcase
  • Veterinarian: Flunked out of dental school
  • Number One: Head of The Stonecutters (now named 'No Homers')
  • Snowball II: The Simpsons' second cat; Somewhat ironically named since its black, not white like Snowball I
  • Commandant at Rommelwood Military Academy: Appeared in The Secret War of Lisa Simpson
  • Poochie: Short-lived Itchy and Scratchy character; Died on the way back to his home planet
  • Crazy Old Man: Old grey mare she ain't what she used to be...
  • Karl: Homer's temporary assistant when he had hair
  • Bruno Drundridge: Australian guy billed nine hundred dollary-doos for Bart's collect call
  • Gil Gunderson: Terrible at everything, and thus changes jobs regularly
  • Jimmy the Scumbag: Frankly, I would have expected better from him
  • Emily Winthrop: Dog trainer from Bart's Dog Gets An F
  • Mary Bailey: Governor of Springfield
  • Space Mutant: The star of the 'Space Mutants' franchise from the shorts and early series
  • Sanjay Nahasapeemapetilon: Apu's brother and Kwik-E-Mart clerk
  • Sarah Wiggum: Wife of Chief Clancy, mother of Ralph
  • Remorseful: One of the Seven Duffs
  • Edgy: One of the Seven Duffs
  • Louie: Member of the 'Legitimate Businessmen's Social Club'; he's the one with the high-pitched voice
  • Adil Hoxha: Albanian exchange-student-come-spy
  • Radioactive Man: Comic Book hero
  • Waylon Smithers: Sycophantic assistant to Mr. Burns

Bottom left

  • Jebediah Obediah Zachariah Jedediah Springfield: Springfield founder and cultural icon
  • Apu Nahasapeemapetilon: Proprietor of the Kwik-E-Mart convenience store; has been shot eight times this year and as a consequence, almost missed work
  • Fritz: German businessman that bought the nuclear plant in Burns Verkaufen der Kraftwerk
  • Mobster: Member of the 'Legitimate Businessmen's Social Club'
  • Bob Arnold: Congressman for whatever state Springfield is in
  • Marty: One half of 'Bill and Marty', DJs on KBBL radio
  • Pedro the Bumblebee Man: Originally on Channel Ocho but was poached by Krusty for his show
  • Brittany Brockman: Kent Brockman's daughter; was right about the Berlin Wall
  • Mother of Sherri/Terri: Seen in Bart Sells His Soul
  • Otto Mann: School bus driver and pothead
  • Surly Joe: The only foundation repair guy in town
  • Ruth Power: The Simpsons' next door neighbour (on the other side to the Flandereses) ever since the Winfields moved away to Florida
  • Database: Regular nerd and member of the 'Superfriends' from Bart's Comet
  • Blue-Haired Lawyer: Unnamed attorney with a nasally voice; often seen at the head of Burns' team of lawyers
  • The Devil: Appeared when Bart visits Hell in Bart Gets Hit By a Car
  • Lewis: One of Bart's schoolfriends
  • Frank Grimes: Temporary employee at the nuclear plant; tragically killed by his dislike of Homer Simpson
  • Luann Van Houten: Milhouse's mom who was born in Shelbyville
  • Dr. Foster: Child psychologist who mentored Ned Flanders as a child, and again when he went crazy after a hurricane tore down his house
  • Dolph: The quieter of the school bullies
  • Jimbo Jones: School bully whose real name is 'Corky'
  • Roger Meyers, Jr.: CEO of Itchy & Scratchy Studios, founded by his father
  • Bleeding Gums Murphy: Jazz musician and idol to Lisa Simpson
  • Martin Prince: Fourth grade class brain at Springfield Elementary with an IQ of 216
  • McBain: Clichéd action hero
  • Hans Moleman: 31-year-old recovering alcoholic; gets injured a lot
  • Üter: Foreign exchange student; don't make him run, he's full of chocolate!
  • Professor Lombardo: Art teacher at Springfield Community College from Brush With Greatness
  • Todd Flanders: The younger Flanders child; has a pet woodpecker
  • Llewellyn Sinclair: Director of 'Oh Streetcar!' in A Streetcar Named Marge
  • Mr. Largo: Music teacher as Springfield Elementary
  • Mr. Prince: Martin Prince's father
  • Education Center employee: Interviews Homer at the Adult Education Center
  • Leopold: Alright you little punks, pick up your freakin' ears 'cause I'm only gonna say this once... this is Superintendent Chalmers' assistant!
  • Janey: One of Lisa's (few) schoolfriends
  • Birch Barlow: Ultra-Conservative and author of the bestselling book 'Only Turkeys Have Left Wings'
  • Erin: Lisa's holiday friend from Little Pwagmattasquarmesettport (Summer of 4 Ft. 2)
  • Tattoo Annie: Currently incarcerated at Springfield Women's Prison
  • Terri: One of Bart's classmates and twin of Sherri
  • Dooley: One of Bart's classmates, seen in Home Sweet Homediddly-Dum-Doodily
  • Anthony 'Fat Tony' D'Amico: Chairman of the Legitimate Businessmen's Social Club
  • Troy McClure: Actor and television presenter - you may remember him from such productions as 'Gladys The Groovy Mule' and 'Lead Paint, Delicious But Deadly'
  • Reverend Lovejoy: Minister at the First Church of Springfield
  • Bearded Lady: One of Krusty the Clown's many sideshows
  • Shary Bobbins: British nanny that briefly took care of the Simpson kids; unfortunately died on her departure
  • Ned Flanders: The Simpsons' evangelical neighbour
  • Ralph Wiggum: Paste-eating second-grader at Springfield Elementary
  • Matt Groening: Right-wing nutjob
  • Larry: One of the barflies at Moe's Tavern
  • Kodos: Sister of Kang, aliens from the Treehouse of Horror episodes
  • Akira: Japanese waiter and chef
  • Don Vittorio DiMaggio: Elderly mafia member from Homie the Clown
  • Jimmy: Child actor appearing alongside Troy McClure in many informational films
  • Sir Oinks-A-Lot: Beloved mascot of Springfield A&M; one of Richard Nixon's best friends
  • Human Fly: Come on! I stayed up all night dying my underwear!
  • Blinky: Three-eyed fish, mutated by toxic waste from Springfield Nuclear Power Plant; and with a taste that can't be beat!
  • Bobo: Mr. Burns' cherished teddy bear
  • Samantha Stanky: Briefly a student at Springfield Elementary where she fell in love with Milhouse
  • Laddie: Intelligent and well-behaved dog the Simpsons owned for a while; now a police dog
  • Stewart: Lazy duck who works at the power plant
  • Manjula Nahasapeemapetilon: Apu's wife through an arranged marriage
  • Freddy Quimby: It's pronounced Chow-dah!
  • Smooth Jimmy Apollo: Football pundit from Lisa the Greek; declares teams his 'Lock of the Week'
  • Nigel: Be Sharps manager; Stars discovered, fortunes made, hats blocked
  • Dr. Zweig: Marge's psychologist in Fear of Flying
  • Dr. Colossus: Was in jail in Who Shot Mr. Burns? (Part One)
  • Mrs. Prince: Martin's mother
  • Smilin' Joe Fission: Mascot of Springfield Nuclear Power Plant
  • Hugh Parkfield: Lisa's future fiancé
  • Simpson relative: Architect
  • Simpson relative: Prison snitch

Bottom right

  • Bob Arnold: Congressman for whatever state Springfield is in
  • Snake: He's totally a jailbird, dude
  • Artie Ziff: Dated Marge in high school but was scuppered by his 'busy hands'
  • Mr. Teeny: Krusty's rollerskating monkey
  • Colonel Leslie Hap Hapablap: Will tear you up like a Kleenex at a snot party; appears twice on this poster
  • Tattoo Guy: Tattooist at 'The Happy Sailor Tattoo Parlor'
  • The Devil: Appeared when Bart visits Hell in Bart Gets Hit By a Car
  • Pedro the Bumblebee Man: Originally on Channel Ocho but was poached by Krusty for his show
  • Samantha Stanky: Briefly a student at Springfield Elementary where she fell in love with Milhouse
  • Squeaky-Voiced Teen: Awkward teenager often seen at Krusty Burger
  • Robot Burns: Still not dead in 1,000,000 A.D.
  • Robot Smithers: Still a lapdog in 1,000,000 A.D.
  • Dave Shutton: Writer/reporter for the Springfield Shopper
  • Surly: One of the Seven Duffs; only looks out for one guy - Surly
  • Lisa Simpson: Overlooked middle child
  • Bart Simpson: Underachiever and proud of it
  • Dr. Julius Hibbert: Family physician; the only competent doctor in town
  • Edna Krabappel: Bart's fourth-grade teacher at Springfield Elementary
  • Abraham 'Grampa' Simpson: Homer's father, sporting Napoleon's hat that he wore for a week in April 1796
  • Kent Brockman: Local news anchor and recipient of four Golden Quaff awards
  • Jasper Beardley: Friend and fellow retiree of Grampa Simpson; often gets his beard caught in pencil sharpeners
  • Mrs. Bouvier: Marge's mother
  • Santa's Little Helper: The Simpson family dog
  • Maggie Simpson: One-year-old baby genius
  • Superintendent Chalmers: Administrator for Springfield's schools and boss of Principal Skinner
  • Herbert Powell: Homer's half-brother, ruined by the car he asked Homer to design
  • Mindy Simmons: Temporary SNPP employee who Homer fell for
  • Cletus Spuckler: Slack-jawed yokel
  • Charles Montgomery Burns: Twisted, loveless billionaire; owner and CEO of Springfield Nuclear Power Plant
  • Milhouse Van Houten: Bart's best friend; has a crush on Lisa
  • Disco Stu: Doesn't advertise
  • Mrs. Nahasapeemapetilon: Apu's mother who organised his arranged marriage
  • Professor John Frink: Inventor and uber-nerd
  • Lyle Lanley: Charismatic businessman who sold Springfield a dodgy monorail
  • Carl Carlson: SNPP employee (was Homer's supervisor at one point) and regular barfly at Moe's; best friends with Lenny Leonard
  • Lenny Leonard: SNPP employee and regular barfly at Moe's; best friends with Carl Carlson
  • Gunter: Vegas-style entertainer and half of act 'The Flamboyant Magic of Gunter and Ernst'
  • Ernst: Vegas-style entertainer and half of act 'The Flamboyant Magic of Gunter and Ernst'
  • Johnny D: Prisoner at Springfield Penitentiary; his gates were sold at the police auction in Realty Bites
  • Charlie: Employee at Springfield Nuclear Power Plant; gets injured quite often
  • Capitol City Goofball: Mascot for the Capitol City baseball team
  • Larry Burns: Witty and charismatic son of Mr. Burns
  • Report Card: One of the 'Superfriends' from Bart's Comet
  • Freak show manager: Manages the 'pageant of the transmundane' at Hullabalooza
  • Scratchy: Half of everyone's favourite cat and mouse team, 'Itchy & Scratchy'
  • Itchy: Half of everyone's favourite cat and mouse team, 'Itchy & Scratchy'
  • Don Brodka: That's right, Don Brodka, uh-huh; he's the security guard at the Try N Save
  • Kirk Van Houten: Milhouse's father; divorced from Luann and now sleeps in a racecar bed
  • Moe Szyslak: Local bartender and proprietor of Moe's Tavern; subject to repeated prank calls
  • Queasy: One of the Seven Duffs
  • Benjamin: One of the three physics nerds at Springfield University
  • Doug: One of the three physics nerds at Springfield University
  • Shotgun Pete: Minister at a small chapel across the state line, who married Homer and Marge
  • Lionel Hutz: Incompetent lawyer
  • Allison Taylor: Extremely smart 7-year-old, skipped ahead to Lisa's second grade class
  • Laura Powers: The girl next door that Bart had a crush on
  • Captain Lance Murdoch: Daredevil stunt motorcyclist
  • Brad Goodman: Self-help guru who told Springfieldianites to behave like Bart
  • Herman: Proprietor of Herman's Military Antiques; lost his right arm sticking it out of a bus window
  • Ms. Botz: Rogue babysitter caught by Bart & Lisa but unwittingly let free by Homer
  • Rabbi Hyman Krustofski: Father of Krusty the Clown
  • Ashley Grant: Grad student who accused Homer of sexual harassment in Homer Badman
  • Robert Underdunk Terwilliger: Known as 'Sideshow Bob' to friends and enemies alike; Krusty's former sideshow who framed Krusty for armed robbery and tried to kill Bart on numerous occasions
  • Mr. Muntz: Nelson's father
  • Sleazy: One of the Seven Duffs
  • Krusty the Clown: Children's entertainer; real name Herschel Shmoikel Krustofski
  • Stacey Lovell: Original creator of the Malibu Stacey doll
  • Sgt. Seymour Skinner: Revealed Principal Skinner to be an imposter
  • Gabbo: Entertaining puppet who nearly killed Krusty's career
  • Arthur Crandall: That's easy for you to say, you don't have a hand up your tuckus!
  • Spud: Carny son of Cooder; they both squatted in the Simpson home
  • Richard: One of Bart's schoolfriends
  • Sunday School Teacher: Handles the kids at the First Church of Springfield
  • Bill: One half of 'Bill and Marty', DJs on KBBL radio
  • Smiley: One of the Happy Little Elves
  • The Curious Bear Cub: A character from The Happy Little Elves
  • Happy Little Elf: Another one of those green creatures
  • Giggly the Elf: One of the Happy Little Elves; appeared in Some Enchanted Evening and Hello Gutter, Hello Fadder
  • Dr. J. Loren Pryor: School psychiatrist at Springfield Elementary

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