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Hey guys, sorry to say that was my best Homer Simpson impression – get’s me embarrased. Well, yes, we are covering Homer Simpson today since he is one of the biggest characters in tapped out. I think we should now get going – I’ve got a lot to cover!
We’ll after appearing in all of the animated shorts, Homer made his first full-length episode debut in the first ever episode of the Simpsons – “The Simpsons Roasting on an Open Fire” (S1:E1). Since kicking on to the screen at the Christmas of 1989, Homer has been on a variety of adventures. We’ve seen how he met Marge (In detention – surprise, surprise!), how his mother, Mona left him, and how he thought that his real dad wasn’t his real dad. Homer has had several memorable moments and we will be looking at a few.
We have always thought that Homer would be with Marge forever. He’s put his foot in it a few times though, like that time he took Ned Flanders to Las Vegas and he married Amber while Flanders married Ginger. Thankfully, his family knew he was genuinely sorry and teamed up together to get her married to Grampa!
In an episode set in the future Homer and Marge split up after Homer bought an underwater house without Marges permission. When Marge started dating Krusty, Homer tried to fight him to win her back. He lost the fight, but won Marge back.
Then there was Lurleen – Lurleen Lumpkin. He became Lurleen’s band manager when she didn’t have a record label, and made her successful again. She attempted to get with “Colonel Homer”, however Homer knew it wouldn’t work.
So Homer has had his fair share of relationships in the last 25 years there is lots more that I haven’t even mentioned. Now on to the many jobs of Homer Simpson. We all know him as the safety inspector at Sector 7G and a technical supervisor (in earlier seasons) at the Springfield Nuclear Power Plant, but Homer has over 100 jobs.
Homer has worked as Springfield’s safety guru – “The Safety Salamander”. He was so popular in his costume, he even ran for mayor – until Marge washed his costume and it broke.
He has also had his fair share of TV success. He’s had his own TV show called “Politically Inept with Homer Simpson” where he criticised anything he could think of – and even got asked to help pick the president. He was also the host of a talk show, and he even provided the voice for Poochie on the show,
He has also been part of several music groups – namely the Barbershop Quartet and various other musical groups.
That’s it for Homer Simpson today, but you’ll never know when I mgith pop up again to bring you more on Homer Simpson.