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Homer forgets Maggie exists—frequently. November 5, [1]. Executive producer Al Jean notes that in The Simpsons ' writing room, "everyone loves writing for Homer", and many of his adventures are based on experiences of the writers. As the family's provider, he works at the Springfield Nuclear Power Plant as safety inspector. His eyes are blue and he is 6 feet tall cm. He also implied that he would have been at least a bit smarter and more athletic, if not by a substantial amount, if his father had tried to give him encouragement rather than beat him down.

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Homer was an angry, grumpy, ignorant man who got embarrassed by his family instead of the other way around but generally loved them. He also was prone to angry outbursts, such as yelling at Bart and Lisa, strangling Bart which has continued in later seasons , and giving Krusty the Clown the middle finger in court after Homer had assumed it was him who robbed the Kwik-E-Mart.

Homer has since developed into a less intelligent nicer person in later seasons. Homer's "angry personality" still sometimes surfaces up, usually whenever getting pressured by Bart. Based on the "Disco Sucks" bumper sticker he removed from his old car when about to sell it before leaving Marge, he was not fond of the Disco genre. Despite attending church every Sunday, Homer is not very religious, and it is likely that he only attends church because he knows that Marge would be hurt and shocked if he did not.

He does not seem to practice Christian morals and frequently sleeps in church, much to the annoyance of Reverend Lovejoy. He also admitted that in addition to sleeping in church, he also mentally undresses the female churchgoers.

In "The Simpsons Movie", before entering church, he says, "Relax, those pious morons are too busy talking to their phony-baloney God. When asked by Bart what religion Homer belongs to, he replies, "You know, the one with all the well-meaning rules that don't work out in real life.

Despite this, he is a Christian and willingly attends church after Ned, Apu and Krusty saved him from a house fire. He was also inadvertently baptised by Ned, initially reacting violently before speaking in a religious manner, and returning to his normal self thereafter when questioned by Ned. Homer also tried to become a good Christian in " Tis the Fifteenth Season ".

Homer had actually met God face to face several times and has even gotten permission from him in a dream to skip church. He chucks pies in the faces of evildoers or people who deserve to be pied, uses the basement as a Pie Cave and his car as the Piemobile.

Bart is his sidekick as Cupcake Kid. He also tried to don a graffiti alias as " El Homo ", which was meant to be a Mexican take on his name, but erased it when he realized the alias was Spanish for homosexual. Homer's skills seem to vary greatly. Sometimes, Homer can find it difficult to run to smallest distance before passing out from exhaustion, and other times, he has exceeded the prowess of gold medal Olympians.

He can have trouble understanding the simplest of concepts to being able to build a functional robot with a working A. At times, he is too weak to even kill a fly by punching it, [11] while at other times, he is able to lift a motorbike above his head, and use it as a sword effortlessly and throw punches that send people flying with ease.

Additionally, in his youth, Homer was once a very talented gymnast, even catching high school Marge's eye with his ability. Unfortunately, his father's lack of faith in him caused him to blunder in front of the entire school, which promptly led to the end of his career.

Homer also is a proficient bowler. He once bowled a perfect game, leading to short-term fame for him. Homer has shown to have near-superhuman endurance and durability, repeatedly surviving accidents that could easily kill other people. His well-padded stomach allowed him to survive direct cannon fire to the stomach with no immediate injuries, although later it was found that repeated fire had destroyed his stomach which could have killed him. Homer's skull is a quarter inch thicker than the average skull dubbed "Homer Simpson Syndrome" that protects him completely from cranial injury up to a certain point allowing him to be beaten by normal folk with no effect but can be hurt by significant force such as getting punched in the face by the world heavyweight boxing champion or falling repeatedly down Springfield Gorge.

At one point, Homer even survived having every bone in his body broken from a fall that would have liquefied a regular person. Another time, he managed to get back up and walk around from being mauled by a badger in a failed and foolish attempt to get it out of Santa's Little Helper's doghouse despite having his entire gut torn out and exposing his intestines which the badger somehow accomplished without ripping his shirt.

This could have been acomplished by the badger going under Homer's shirt instead of attacking him through it. Homer is constantly ending up in sticky situations, such as being caught in a fire on at least four occasions, almost drowning, animal attacks and more.

In some episodes, he "almost dies" twice, and in one episode, Frank Grimes' son was trying to murder Homer, and all through the episode Homer ended up in situations that would normally kill a person. In Homer Scissorhands , he tries to commit barbicide by drinking a container of disinfectant. Once realizing it did nothing to him, he questions why nothing ever seems to kill him, even several simultaneous heart attacks.

Homer is not a stranger to pain. He has also needed several life-saving operations, such as a triple bypass and suffering four simultaneous heart attacks. In an interview with Matt Groening , he jokingly states that Homer is unable to die due to God finding him far too entertaining to kill off and enjoys his pain-induced suffering. One skill that remains somewhat constant throughout the series is his musical talent.

Homer can play the guitar amazingly well, play the piano like a natural, and became an accomplished singer and songwriter. He has been part of several bands which were all extremely popular. He won a Grammy for barbershop, [20] numerous golden records for his grunge band , which is a music style he also invented, [17] and was able to help Lisa win a music contest using songs he wrote for her.

Like Bart , Homer is a polyglot, someone with the ability to pick up languages fairly quickly, perhaps even a hyper polyglot a polyglot fluent in more than six languages.

He has been shown to speak Spanish, Chinese, Penguin [61] and when he and Bart were imprisoned in Japan for a seemingly short amount of time due to unknowingly assaulting Emperor Akihito , he was able to speak the language fluently by the time he left. This was evidenced in a flashback in Grampa vs. Kennedy , proceeded to flawlessly mimic Kennedy's speech pattern and mannerisms.

In addition to being able to accomplish what no man of his health and standing could, Homer has been able to accomplish things that defy all logic and reason whatsoever, such as causing cornflakes and milk to burst into flames and cause a nuclear meltdown in a testing van, despite no fissionable materials being present in it at the time.

Even though Homer is consistently depicted as being unpopular his entire life, he has been able to incite a mob on multiple occasions. He has incredible sway over crowds and is able to motivate people for just causes, such as shutting down the nuclear plant, and also to calm down an angry mob- something very difficult to do- such as when he prevented the destruction of Springfield's burlesque house.

Like Bart, he is almost always made leader in whatever bizarre situation he comes across, although, unlike Bart, that leadership isn't always appreciated, such as when Homer becomes the leader of the Stonecutters , which shortly afterwards causes all of the members to quit.

Homer while varying in physical ability from episode to episode has been consistently portrayed as a binge drinking, over eating, accident-prone dare devil who puts absolutely no thought into what his actions will cost him, all of which has made it impossible to get any form of insurance which concerns his health. A magazine health test calculated Homer's lifestyle would lead him to pass on at Homer is in the hospital in at least one episode every season, and has had several life-saving operations, not including the one for his triple heart bypass which he needed after his arteries were clogged with cholesterol.

Years of working in a sub standard nuclear facility has left his blood irradiated to show up on an x-ray without the dye that is normally required to make the blood visible having to be administered, as well as having rendered him sterile. Homer loves food, he can almost always be seen eating far more than any one man could possibly eat alone. His favorites are foods which he knows are bad for him, and will blatantly refuse healthy food such as oatmeal and fruit in favor of fatty meals.

He particularly enjoys donuts. Though he has tried multiple times to switch to a healthier diet, he has always ended up reverting to his unhealthy eating habits after a relatively short amount of time. Homer also seems to have a problem with his sense of hearing, as the result of both attending and putting on loud rock concerts regularly in his youth. This may explain why he can so easily phase out what people are saying to him, intentionally or otherwise. Homer has been shown as having concentration problems.

There are multiple theories on how Homer lost his hair. Earlier episodes suggested that he was simply a victim of male pattern baldness A problem he told Bart was "Hereditary". One theory suggests that Homer ripped out some of his hair when he realized Marge was pregnant with Bart , then more when he found out she was pregnant with Lisa , and tearing out a single hair when he found out she was pregnant with Maggie this couldn't be possible as he is shown having different reactions to the realization that his wife was pregnant [69] [70].

It is also very possible he lost his hair from the radiation at the nuclear plant. Homer also volunteered for an army experiment because he didn't want to have dinner with Marge's sisters. The army doctor attempted to warn him that the side effects of the experiment were "hair loss, giddiness and the loss of equilibrium", but Homer ignored him. Another theory is that Homer's hair was once squirted with some kind of acid, thus causing permanent hair loss.

Despite being married to Marge throughout the entire show, Homer has had a number of romantic encounters. Homer is the husband of Marge Simpson. They met when they were younger without learning who each other was before meeting again properly in high school.

They have had three weddings. They have been in love since their high school senior year. Mindy Simmons was an attractive employee at the Springfield Nuclear Power Plant who has nearly everything in common with Homer. They attended a convention together and nearly had an affair. Lurleen is a waitress who Homer helped in launching a successful singing career.

She attempted to seduce him without any success. She has been married multiple times to men that all look like Homer. Amber was a waitress at a casino in Las Vegas and was Homer's Vegas wife.

Homer accidentally married her when he and Ned Flanders got drunk. Ned married the other waitress at the casino named Ginger. Doing the only decent thing they could, they ran for it.

Amber died from a drug overdose. When Homer becomes a famous Opera singer, he attracts the attention of horde of fans including a stalker by the name of Julia. She confesses to Homer that she is his to do with as he wants, becoming his personal assistant and attempting to seduce him at every turn. When he proclaims that his heart belongs to Marge she attempts to kill him with no success. Moe is the owner of Moe's Tavern and is Homer's main supply of beer, making him a very important person in Homer's life.

Homer spends a lot of his time talking to Moe in his tavern and seems to go to him whenever he has a problem. Homer has also helped Moe with his love life. Moe has told Homer before that he is his best friend and they both seem to be in understanding that the two are "life partners.

Even so, Moe has been known to point a shotgun at Homer for various reasons see " Pygmoelian " and " The Parent Rap ". Barney Gumble is one of Homer's best friends. They were both born in making Homer the same age as Barney. They have been friends since childhood one time getting drunk from Abe Simpson II 's beer and "wrapping Homer's wagon around a tree" but have been best friends since high school. Homer was the one who first convinced Barney to try beer and inadvertently caused him to throw away a potential life at Harvard and instead become an alcoholic.

Lenny and Carl are Homer's co-workers at the Nuclear Power Plant, and they were familiar with Homer in their childhood days. Abe Simpson claimed to have bribed Lenny and Carl to be his friends at a young age.

Homer has been depicted as friends with Monty Burns on many occasions, such as when they got drunk together at a baseball game or were on a bowling team together. On the other hand, Burns has also sworn eternal vengeance against Homer on just as many occasions, and even more so than that Burns seems to be unable to remember who Homer Simpson is a running gag on the series despite the fact that almost all of his major life events are related in some way to Homer.

Usually, Homer is afraid of Burns and acknowledges his presence with a scream, but it has been shown that once the two warm up to each other, they get along famously until Homer inadvertently does something to end the friendship. In addition, although Homer usually takes Mr. Burns' failure to remember his name in stride, there has been one instance where this caused a lot of anger from Homer, which was during the Sun Blocker incident.

Homer attempted to get Mr. Burns to remember his name, with his eventually sending a chocolate box with a photo of the family stuck in. However, he didn't get thanked for this although in that case, it's because Mr. Burns ended up throwing away the box while one candy was left, with the last candy obscuring Homer's face , causing him to be infuriated enough to give a horrendous swear in a loud enough volume that all of Springfield stopped in shock.

He eventually resorted to vandalizing Mr. Burns' office to spraypaint his name and even physically assault his boss to force him to remember his name, although this ended up failing with Mr. Burns referring to him as an "unidentified assailant". Ironically, the one time he DOES remember Homer's name actually nearly got Homer into deep trouble when he was considered the suspect for the shooting against Mr.

Burns, which had him assaulting Mr. Burns at the hospital to stop him from claiming that he shot him unaware that Mr. Burns was simply parroting Homer Simpson's name in a half-lucid state due to regaining consciousness.

Because of this, Homer was notably one of two characters whose grudge against Mr. Burns during that time had absolutely nothing to do with either Burns Slant Drilling Co. Ned Flanders is Homer's perfect neighbor whose belongings are usually "borrowed" by Homer and never given back. Homer takes obvious advantage of his push-over neighbor and is usually an avid participant in the one-sided rivalry the two have going on, although Ned sometimes gets caught up in Homer's taunts such as when the two pit their sons against each other in a putt-putt tournament.

It has also been hinted that Homer lusts after Flanders' wife , Maude now deceased. Homer enjoys insulting Flanders and making his life more difficult, which Flanders all takes in stride. Even so, Homer has genuine feelings for his neighbor; he feels truly guilty when he causes Flanders' business to sink and takes it upon himself to save the Leftorium , he makes it his personal duty to revive Flanders' love life after Maude passes, and he also invites Flanders to his barbecues and other events with genuine enthusiasm.

He has also acknowledged that Ned is his best friend, referring to him once as "Stupid Best Friend Flanders". Homer loves to see Flanders struggle because he perceives the Flanders' lives to be the unobtainable perfection that he will never have, and he especially loves beating Flanders, but he hates when Flanders is totally crushed.

There are also incidents where Homer inadvertently causes harm to Flanders. A notable example of this is when Homer ends up unwittingly releasing a radioactive ape into Flanders' house after the ape in question tricked Homer, resulting in it occupying the attic. Apu and Homer are good friends; their families get together for dinners and they regularly have conversations when Homer is purchasing some confection at Apu's Kwik-E-Mart.

When Apu lost his job at the Kwik-E-Mart , he stayed with the Simpsons, Apu's wedding was also held at the Simpsons, and when Apu needs help with some problem the wacky solution and implementation usually include Homer stealing Apu's children from the zoo, letting Apu use Homer's family as his own when his mother visits to dodge having to go through with an arranged marriage.

Clancy Wiggum is a friend of Homer and he and Homer have shown their relationship in " Chief of Hearts ", when Homer gave sandwiches to him. They have been friends since. Even before then, they also were at the very least acquaintances, notably being invited to barbecues by Homer, as well as Homer and Wiggum, alongside the other townspeople, often plotting to do activites when they are annoyed at recent events such as their wives pushing them away because of Apu overindulging his wife for Valentine's Day, and the events of the Presidential Election in Springfield.

Homer's relationship with Bart is a strange one indeed; Homer has threatened Bart with murder before, yet at other times, the two get along better than anyone else. Homer usually refers to Bart as "the boy" and has mentioned spanking and beating Bart before.

All that is ever shown, however, is either Homer growling and lunging for Bart, chasing him, or else strangling him. Homer was held in a mental hospital once due to his aggression with Bart, although, once the doctors realized that Bart was in fact real they released him.

It is implied that Bart is the reason that Homer is bald. Homer blames most of his misfortunes on Bart and is the strict abuser of Bart in the strict abusive family. As a result, Bart usually takes advantage of his father's stupidity to humiliate him as he does with most authority figures. Because of their often turbulent relationship, Bart commonly refers to Homer as Homer instead of Dad, especially when Bart is humiliating him.

However, Homer also frequently shows genuine care for Bart and has expressed that he loves him, in spite of their differences and treatment of one another.

He truly is ashamed whenever he embarrasses Bart and he tries to be a better father to Bart than Abe was to him, for example, he overly supports Bart when he is on the football team because his father never once supported him. Homer has even risked his life to impress Bart, such as taking a cannon ball to the stomach because he realized that doing so caused Bart to idolize him. He was even willing to jump across Springfield Gorge to help Bart understand the stupidity of risking one's life for short-lived thrills and glory.

Homer and Bart share the same sense of humor and adventure and therefore are almost always partners during wild escapades, such as when Homer became a truck driver or when they were arrested together in Japan.

They spend a lot of time together watching TV, yet Bart doesn't view Homer as a father figure, and although they spend a lot of time together, Homer doesn't take much of an interest in his life. Whenever Homer does partake in a father-son activity with Bart, it is usually to beat Flanders at something, although, interestingly, Homer is truly offended when Bart gets a "big brother" to spend time with.

Although Bart oftentimes acts resentful of Homer, he really loves when his father shows an interest in him, in fact, when he cheated on an IQ test and was labeled a genius, consequently winning Homer's affection, he was reluctant to admit he had cheated even though he was miserable at school simply because he didn't want matters to go back to how they had been with Homer and his greatest fear is Bart becoming a homosexual.

A possible explanation for Homer's frequent mistreatment or neglecting of Bart was provided in "Barthood". There, Homer states that the day he found out about Bart was the day his life of youthful independence was over, which frightened him as it meant he had to become a breadwinning patriarch despite his unreadiness. Truth be told, Homer admits to being just as insecure and misunderstood as his son and also like him, only wants to be accepted by his loved ones.

Homer can also at times be protective of Bart. As when George Bush spanked him, Homer, in a rage, started a pranking war that led to a brutal fight against the former president. When Bart was trapped down a well, his father stopped at nothing to dig a hole to find and save him.

In addition, Homer has also "protected" Bart from the horrible sight of a nude Patty by bleaching his son's eyes, something that his son appreciated. Also, when he took note of Bart's rather merciless mimicking of Abe's "Gorgeous Godfrey" persona on other children, Homer berated his father for this. Homer is very protective of Lisa and shows a soft side to her that Bart has never seen.

She is his little girl and when Homer disappoints her or makes her sad he will oftentimes go to the end of the earth to make things right. Homer sometimes does activities with Lisa which he doesn't enjoy simply to make her happy, such as attending the ballet.

That being said, Lisa and Homer do not get along very well. When Homer does accompany Lisa on such intellectual trips he oftentimes embarrasses her, usually by either falling asleep, saying something rude or unintellectual, or else displaying disgusting habits scratching his butt, burping, etc. When Lisa becomes upset, Homer can't usually figure out what it is he did wrong. They have little to talk about because of their differences in interests and intellectual caliber, so Homer far prefers to do tasks with Bart and leave Lisa alone.

He is often annoyed by her love of music and constantly yells at her to tell her to stop making a racket. Lisa is also the moral center of the family, which leads to further clashes between her and Homer, who doesn't really care about the ethics of the various situations he has been involved in. Lisa's intelligence is likely the largest cause that Homer and her do not get along better. Whenever Lisa does make an attempt to protest or explain something to her father, she usually uses such advanced vocabulary that Homer simply nods and replies, "Yes, sweetie," even though it makes no sense whatsoever in the context of the conversation.

However, Homer is very proud of Lisa's intelligence and will brag about it to friends and co-workers. Homer forgets Maggie exists—frequently. Once, when talking about their "two" children, Marge interrupted and told Homer that they had three children, to which he replied that the dog didn't count as a child before recalling Maggie.

Similar dialogue is recurrent throughout the series. Also, whenever Maggie is referred to by her full name, Margaret, Homer has no clue as to who is being referenced. When Homer does try to interact with Maggie, he oftentimes frightens her unintentionally.

Homer is highly irresponsible with Maggie, often giving her dangerous objects to play with and once completely losing her because she crawled out of her crib. Maggie was an accident baby as was Bart and Lisa and having her meant that Homer had to quit his dream job at the bowling alley and instead take his job back at the nuclear power plant so that he would make enough money to support a third child.

This was not ideal for Homer because he had only recently quit from the power plant in a very rude and flamboyant fashion. When he returned, Smithers and Burns had a good gloat that he was crawling back and, to further depress him, installed a plaque dead center in front of his desk that read, "don't forget, you're here forever.

Because of all this, Homer fiercely resented the prenatal Maggie, but, as soon as he first laid eyes on her, he immediately fell in love. There are no baby pictures of Maggie in the Simpson household because Homer hangs them "where he needs the most cheering up"-- at work.

Although they don't communicate well, Homer and Maggie share a special bond and he loves her deeply. Maggie's first word was "daddy", which he couldn't hear due to being out of Maggie's room and shutting the door as he exited.

Homer has shown love for Maggie as he protected her from bullying babies in Eeny Teeny Maya, Moe and earned a hug from his daughter who punched out a baby that knocked him down. Homer later saved her from being carried off by a bald eagle and made sure to hold her close, so the bird wouldn't try again. He is said to be Bart's conjoined twin, but this is non-canon. Homer, as he appears in The Simpsons Game.

In " Future-Drama ", Homer's and Marge 's relationship has finally ended after Homer blew the family savings on an underwater house. She started dating Krusty the Clown , and eventually, Homer fought him to win her back. Homer was beaten, but Marge still chose to go back to him. In " Flanders' Ladder ", Homer dies at the age 59 after being shot by the police after leaving the food bank with a sub sandwich.

When Maggie is kidnapped by Mr. Homer only makes small cameos in The Simpsons: Homer only makes a cameo in The Simpsons: Homer plays a small role in Bart's House of Weirdness.

After Bart pranks Homer and Marge too much, they ground him. Homer has a cameo in The Simpsons: Homer is the runner of one of the extermination devices that exterminate the rats. Homer has a minor appearance in The Simpsons: Bartman Meets Radioactive Man.

Homer has a minor appearance in Bart's Nightmare. In the second half of the "Bartzilla" stage, Homer plays the role of a "King Kong" type ape monster on the top of the building Bart is climbing. After Bart completes the game, his role changes depending on how well Bart does in the game. In the worst ending, Homer and the rest of the family are disappointed in Bart. If Bart's grade is slightly higher, Homer is proud of him while Lisa is still disappointed.

If Bart gets an outstanding grade, Homer and the whole family is all proud of Bart. Homer has a somewhat major role once again. After Bart sells the family cow for some beans, Homer sends Bart to his room after mistaking the beans for food and spitting them out into the ground. Once Bart goes up the beanstalk from the beans, he is locked in a war with a giant who looks just like Homer. Once Bart defeats the Homer giant, the family uses the earned gold to buy a new cow and plenty of doughnuts for Homer.

Homer has an antagonist role although not directly in Virtual Bart. Homer appears as a caveman, and is the main antagonist of the "Dinosaur" section along with Moe. Homer has a big role in The Simpsons Cartoon Studio. Homer is one of the things the player can manipulate to create cartoons in the game. Homer is one of the things the player can interact with in The Simpsons: Homer has the most accuracy along with Willie of any bowler in the game.

Burns and Waylon Smithers , and Kang and Kodos. When the chips are down, he always does the right thing by his children—he is never unfaithful in spite of several opportunities. Homer Simpson is one of the most popular and influential television characters by a variety of standards.

USA Today cited the character as being one of the "top 25 most influential people of the past 25 years" in , adding that Homer "epitomized the irony and irreverence at the core of American humor. That's really the key to a classic character. The article remarked, "every age needs its great, consoling failure, its lovable, pretension-free mediocrity.

And we have ours in Homer Simpson. Homer has been cited as a bad influence on children; for example, a five-year study of more than 2, middle-aged people in France found a possible link between weight and brain function, the findings of which were dubbed the "Homer Simpson syndrome". Meanwhile, people with a BMI of 30 inside the obese range remembered an average of just seven out of 16 words.

Despite Homer's embodiment of American culture, his influence has spread to other parts of the world. In , Matt Groening revealed that his father, after whom Homer was named, was Canadian, and said that this made Homer himself a Canadian.

This caused outrage among local neopagans who performed " rain magic " to try to get it washed away. On April 9, , the United States Postal Service unveiled a series of five cent stamps featuring Homer and the four other members of the Simpson family.

They are the first characters from a television series to receive this recognition while the show is still in production. Homer has appeared, voiced by Castellaneta, in several other television shows, including the sixth season of American Idol where he opened the show; [] The Tonight Show with Jay Leno where he performed a special animated opening monologue for the July 24, , edition; [] and the fundraising television special Stand Up to Cancer where he was shown having a colonoscopy.

Homer's main and most famous catchphrase, the annoyed grunt "D'oh! During the voice recording session for a Tracey Ullman Show short, Homer was required to utter what was written in the script as an "annoyed grunt".

Dan Castellaneta rendered it as a drawn out "d'ooooooh". This was inspired by Jimmy Finlayson , the mustachioed Scottish actor who appeared in 33 Laurel and Hardy films. Finlayson had used the term as a minced oath to stand in for the word " Damn! Castellaneta then shortened it to a quickly uttered "D'oh! It is defined as an interjection "used to comment on an action perceived as foolish or stupid". The lesson is never try", from " Burns' Heir " season five , as well as "Kids are the best, Apu.

You can teach them to hate the things you hate. And they practically raise themselves, what with the Internet and all", from " Eight Misbehavin' " season 11 , Both quotes entered the dictionary in August Homer's inclusion in many Simpsons publications, toys, and other merchandise is evidence of his enduring popularity. The Homer Book , about Homer's personality and attributes, was released in and is commercially available.

Homer's voice, recorded by Dan Castellaneta, features several in-character comments such as "Take the third right. We might find an ice cream truck! Homer has appeared in other media relating to The Simpsons. He has appeared in every one of The Simpsons video games , including the most recent, The Simpsons Game.

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