Simpsons Character Quiz

Simpsons Character Quiz

Hi, and welcome back! I hope you’re all ready for the new quiz. This time, it will be all about certain yellow creatures – no, not the Minions!

The Simpsons is a beloved, legendary sitcom with an impressively long run. A lot of us grew up watching it religiously. Have you ever wondered which The Simpsons character you are the most similar to? Today is your lucky day! Answer these simple questions we have for you and find out your Simpsons match. Do you think you’re just like Bart?

The Simpsons is the longest-running American animated series, a longest-running American sitcom, and the longest-running American scripted primetime television series. It focuses on the antics and everyday adventures of the Simpson family.

The head of the family, Homer Simpson, is not a typical family man. He works at a nuclear power plant, trying to provide for his wife and kids. He has a somewhat impetuous, buffoonish personality, which stays at odds with the important work he does. In many ways, Homer is an embodiment of many American stereotypes. He’s lazy, obtuse, immature, ignorant, unprofessional, and addicted to beer, junk food, and watching television. However, he is a good man underneath all that and very protective of his family.

Homer is married to Marge Simpson (maiden name Bouvier), who is a stereotypical American housewife and mother. She often stays the voice of reason for her family and tries to maintain order in the Simpson household. Marge generally plays the role of “long-suffering wife” trying to keep up with her kids’ antics and her oafish husband’s ideas. Marge’s distinctive blue hairstyle was inspired by a combination of the Bride in Bride of Frankenstein and the style that Margaret Groening (mother of Matt Groening, the show’s creator) wore in the 1960s.

10-year-old Bart is the eldest son of Homer and Marge. He is a prankster and a troublemaker. Bart’s most eminent and popular character traits are his mischievousness, rebelliousness, and disrespect for authority.

In the opening scene of many Simpsons episodes, the camera zooms in on Springfield Elementary School, where Bart is seen writing a message on the chalkboard. This message, which changes from episode to episode, has become known as the “chalkboard gag”. Chalkboard messages may involve political humor, pop culture references, and meta-references such as “I am not a 32-year-old woman” and “Nobody reads these anymore”.

Lisa is 8 years old and the middle child of the family. She’s very smart, compassionate, and a warrior for justice. Lisa is often a misfit due to her unusually high level of intelligence and passionate stance on many issues. She is a vegetarian, a strong environmentalist, a feminist, and a Buddhist. Lisa advocates for a variety of political causes. She can be somewhat self-righteous and intolerant of opinions that differ from her own.

Maggie is the baby of the family. She rarely speaks and spends most of her time sucking on her orange pacifier. When she walks, she trips over her clothing and falls on her face, which has been a running gag, especially in earlier seasons. Due to Marge getting pregnant with Maggie, Homer was forced to quit his dream job and return to work at the Springfield Nuclear Power Plant. His baby girl was a motivation for him to keep going.

The Simpsons are iconic and produced many memes over the years. Do you think you remember them all? Some of them you might not even realize came from the show!

“Stupid sexy Flanders” became one of Homer Simpson’s best one-liners. When he lost control of his skis and started going down the hill at a dangerous speed, Homer tried to remember the advice from his ski instructor. Instead, all he could think of was his neighbor Ned Flanders, dressed in a skin-tight suit. The phrase, uttered in total exasperation, was turned into a meme, usually as a response to a person looking unexpectedly good.

“Am I so out of touch? No, it’s the children who are wrong.” Do you remember this one? It’s said by principal Skinner, wondering if he’s now uncool before deciding that it’s the kids’ fault after all. The joke mocks stubborn people refusing to admit they’re wrong, even when it’s obvious.

“That’s a paddlin'” is probably the one you’ve heard about. This silly quote comes from Jasper Beardsley, who warns children in school that misbehaving will cause him to discipline them with the old-fashioned paddle. He lists a number of possible transgressions, each worthy of the same punishment – a good ol’ paddle. Now, you can often find internet users jokingly using the quote towards anyone (or anything) deserving discipline.

Let’s not waste any more time and get to the quiz! Which Simpson character do you think you are? If you answer a few simple questions, you’ll get your perfect match fast!

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Homer, Marge, Bart, Lisa, Grampa Simpson, Ned Flanders

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