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"Hrmmm..."
―Marge's catchphrase
"Now it's Marge's time to shine!"
―Marge Simpson
"Oh!"
―Marge's catchphrase
"Oh, Homie!"
―Marge's love catchphrase
"How's my hair?"
―Marge Simpson
Marjorie "Marge" Jacqueline Simpson
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Gender Female.png
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Alias(es) Blue-haired Hoochie
Hair Tall blue beehive (naturally grey)
Age 37
Occupation Housewife, carhop waitress, model
Location Springfield
Relatives Parents: Clancy and Jacqueline Bouvier

Sisters: Patty and Selma Bouvier
Husband: Homer Simpson
Ex-boyfriend: Artie Ziff
Children: Bart, Lisa and Maggie Simpson
Father-in-Law: Abraham Simpson
Mother-in-Law: Mona Simpson
Stepmother-in-Law: Zelda Simpson
Brother-in-Law: Herbert Powell

First Appearance Simpsons Roasting on an Open Fire
Voiced By Julie Kavner

Marjorie Jacqueline "Marge" Simpson (née Bouvier) is the tetartagonist of The Simpsons.

Physical appearance[]

Marge's most notable physical trademark is her tall beehive-styled blue hair. She has hazel eyes. She usually wears a strapless green dress, red flat pumps, and a red pearl necklace, the latter of which is an apparent family heirloom that is valued.

She also often wears earrings and puts on lipstick in her usual attire, and wears sometimes wears red high-heels.

Biography[]

She is the wife of Homer Simpson, and mother to Bart Simpson, Lisa, and Maggie.

Marge lead a female mob against a red-light district in Springfield, notorious for its large population prostitutes.

Relationships[]

Lisa Simpson[]

Selma Bouvier[]

Edna Krabappel[]

Maureen[]

Alex Whitney[]

Marge takes a liking into Lisa's new friend Alex Whitney for complimenting her fashion style, unaware that she's lying and doesn't really like her.

Belle[]

Candy[]

Springfield Atomettes[]

Gallery[]

Trivia[]

  • Marge's hair is around 18 feet tall.
  • She remains a carhop waitress, unlike in the show.
  • She's an alcoholic, she drinks wine and Long Island Iced Teas.
  • She often smokes, picking up the habit from her family. She admits to liking the rich, satisfying smell of tobacco.
  • Marge despises firearms, yet she still carries the gun Homer bought in her purse. She loves how she looks posing with it.
  • She's always mistaken for a prostitute.
  • Except for Maureen (and maybe Maude Flanders and Ruth Powers), Marge has no female friends. In fact, nearly every woman in Springfield hates her; partly because of her often out-of-control family, but mostly because she's a nagging bore. Because of this, Marge doesn't like women, yet she has a desire for female companionship (which led to her making Lisa her "best friend").
  • She's secretly bisexual, but is uncomfortable about it. Being around women sometimes makes her evasive, especially when they makes physical contact (like when Lady Gaga tried to touch her hand in "Lisa Goes Gaga"). Lesbians and bisexual women can sense her bisexuality with their "gaydar".
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