Premiered December 17, 1989
FOX Animated Comedy

Homer Simpson:   Dan Castellaneta
Marge Simpson:   Julie Kavner
Bart Simpson:   Nancy Cartwright
Lisa Simpson:   Yeardley Smith
Mrs. Edna Karbappel:   Marcia Wallace
Mr. Monty Burns:   Harry Shearer
Principal Seymour Skinner:   Harry Shearer
Ned Flanders:   Harry Shearer
Waylon Smithers:   Harry Shearer
Otto Mann the Bus Driver:   Harry Shearer
Moe Szyslak:   Hank Azaria
Apu Nahasapeemapetilon:   Hank Azaria
Police Chief Clancy Wiggum:   Hank Azaria
Dolph:   Tress MacNeille
Milhouse Van Houten:   Pamela Hayden
Wendell Borton:   Russi Taylor
Lunchlady Doris:   Doris Grau
Troy McClure:   Phil Hartman
Maude Flanders:   Maggie Roswell
  Marcia Mitzman Gaven
Additional Voices:   Jo Ann Harris
Additional Voices:   Karl Wiedergott

The seemingly idyllic town of Springfield had all the
important things a city should have: a mall, a prison,
a dump site, toxic waste, and a nuclear power plant.
The safety inspector at the plant was Homer Simpson, a
lazy, balding slob of a man. Homer, who wasn't too bright
(his boss, Mr. Burns, referred to him as "bonehead"),
spent his spare time guzzling beer at Moe's Tavern and
bowling at Barney's New Bowlerama. Although Homer and
his wife Marge had their disagreements, they did love each
other and their three kids. Marge was the family peacemaker,
a gentle caring woman with an enormous blue beehive hairdo
held together by a single bobby pin. Maggie, the youngest

child, an infant who had just started walking, was never
seen without a pacifier in her mouth. Her older sister Lisa,
an eternally optimistic second grader and baritone
saxaphone prodigy, was the smartest one in the family,
but nobody seemed to notice. And then there was Bart,
television's most popular underachiever. An obnoxious
misfit with spiked hair who masked his intelligence with
sarcasm, he tore around town on a skateboard, grossed out
his friends at every opportunity, and drove his fourth-
grade teacher, Mrs. Karbappel, crazy. He was preoccupied
with only one thing--being cool.

Now the longest-running comedy in television history, the Simpsons
immediately struck a chord with viewers across the country as it poked
fun of itself and everything in its wake. With its subversive humor
and delightful wit, the series has made an indelible imprint on
American pop culture, and the family members have become television icons.

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