The Simpsons Forever
The Simpsons Forever
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Marge Simpson
Marge Simpson Full Name Marjorie "Marge" Bouvier Simpson

Age 34

Shoe Size 13AA

Familiar role Thread that holds Simpson family together

Famous for Her marshmallow squares

Things occasionally found in her hair Large sums of money, cats, roosters and Maggie

Jobs Strikebreaking teacher at Springfield Elementary, worker at nuclear power plant, carhop waitress, Springfield police officer, pretzel franchisee

Criminal record Convicted of misdemeanor shoplifting

Admirers Artie Ziff, Mr. Burns, Moe, Springfield Isotopes Player Flash Baylor

Political affiliations Mary Bailer supporter, twice voted for Jimmy Carter

Hair dye Blue #56

Favorite singer Tom Jones

Turn-ons Having her elbow nibbled, Homer's "Mr. Plow" jacket

Quirks Cooks with less than eight spices, Believes potatoes are neat, Denied having two of Milhouse's teeth, Often sleeps naked, Has webbed feet.
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Quotes (87)
Marge Simpson
Oh Bart, that's so sweet. It's the best present a mother could get and it makes you look so dangerous.
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Marge Simpson
He's a good boy now and he's getting better. And sometimes even the best sheep stray from the flock and need to be hugged extra hard.
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Marge Simpson
I sense greatness in my family. It's a greatness that others can't see but it's there. And if it's not true greatness we have, we're at least average.
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Marge Simpson
I don't want to alarm anyone but I think there's a little alchy-hol in this punch.
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Marge Simpson
Instead of fighting, why don't you try a little understanding... so tomorrow instead of bickering with this boy try to talk to him. You'll be surprised how far a little understanding will go.
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Marge Simpson
Oh Homer, you'd lose your head if it weren't securely fastened to your neck.
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Marge Simpson
Nothing personal. I just fear the unfamiliar.
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Marge Simpson
Go on Bart, no time like the present.
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Marge Simpson
Now Lisa listen to me. This is important. I want you to smile today... well it doesn't matter how you feel inside, you know? It's what shows up on the surface that counts. That's what my mother taught me. Take all your bad feelings and push them down. All the way down past your knees until you are almost walking on them. And then you'll fit in. And you'll be invited to parties. And boys will like you. And happiness will follow. C'mon you can do better than that. That's my girl... Lisa, I apologize to you. I was wrong. I take it all back! Always be yourself. You want to be sad, honey? Be sad! We'll ride it out with you. And when you get finished feeling sad we'll still be there. From now on, let me do the smiling for both of us.
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Marge Simpson
His name isn't Big Foot. His name is Homer.
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Marge Simpson
Oh, Homer. My brilliant beast. (kiss)
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Marge Simpson
Kids we're late for church. Get your butts down here right now!.. Very nice Maggie. And Lisa you look lovely. Bart assume the position.
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Marge Simpson
Why should I feel like a traffic cop every Sunday morning? I'm just trying to get a little goodness into the family.
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Marge Simpson
No way, Jose... (murmur) I know what those movies are like. Killing innocent people, eating human flesh, you just get a lot of bad ideas.
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Marge Simpson
Here you go kids, special lunches. Lots of good things for growing bodies and some treats just for fun.
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Marge Simpson
Goodbye Lisa, my darling little Lisa. Goodbye Bart, my special little guy.
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Marge Simpson
Your not a blimp Homer. You're my big, cuddly teddy bear.
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Marge Simpson
Don't doddle. Your food will get cold.
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Marge Simpson
My suggestion is for you to sleep in the filth you created.
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Marge Simpson
I've been thinking, Homer. And you know what bothers me the most about this whole thing? You taught Bart a very bad lesson. Your boy idolizes you... and when he sees you treating women as objects, he's going to think that it's ok. You owe your son better than that, Homer.
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Marge Simpson
Leave Homer? (please don't use his real name) Leave Pedro?
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Marge Simpson
Goodness. Must be a crossed wire.
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Marge Simpson
Tonight is a very special night. Your father is taking me out for dinner and dancing.
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Marge Simpson
Oh Homer, don't say that. The way I see it, if you raise three children who could knockout and hogtie a perfect stranger you must be doing something right.
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Marge Simpson
Soups on! Hurry up or it'll get that icky skin on the top.
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Marge Simpson
The little tiger tries so hard. Why does he keep failing?
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Marge Simpson
Remember to take a break if your arms go numb.
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Marge Simpson
Hello everyone. You know Halloween is a very strange holiday. Personally, I don't understand it. Kids worshiping ghosts... pretending to be devils... things on TV that are completely inappropriate for younger viewers. Things like the following half hour. Nothing seems to bother my kids but tonight's show, which I totally wash my hands of, is really scary. So if you have sensitive children maybe you should tuck them into bed early tonight instead of writing us angry letters tomorrow. Thanks for your attention.
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Marge Simpson
This kitchen certainly could use a woman's touch.
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Marge Simpson
I'm not going to live in a house of evil just to save a few dollars.
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