The Simpsons The Girls Code

When are Homer Simpson and his group of buddies going away from Springfield and your favorite primetime network series, The Simpsons? It’s tough to even imagine this popular humor can be canceled anytime soon. The Simpsons have become among those longest-running primetime shows in America. There are a number of reasons why the long-running sitcom has lasted for over 20 years. For starters, people have been watching this series as it is amusing, entertaining and most of all, The Simpsons has a bunch of great actors among its core cast.

 

Homer is continually getting into trouble and he just does not know how to make things right again. One of his friends, Selma, tries to help him out but Homer simply does not want to listen. He doesn’t really need to apologize for his behavior but Selma just wants to get things back to normal and work things out.

 

Selma is just another of the characters which make the tv show, The Simpsons, very special. She is the woman Homer admires and she is also the wife of Homer. Together they have three children called Lisa, Bart, and Marge. Selma also appears to be Homer’s best friend.

 

The third main character of The Simpsons is Homer’s officemate, Selma. Selma is a valuable part of Homer’s life because she is the reason he decided to quit his job in the first place, after having a fight with a co-worker over something she did. Finally, Homer comes to realize that Selma should step in and become a better friend to Homer.

 

The relationships which are featured in the television series The Simpsons are especially well done considering the Simpson family has such dysfunctional interpersonal dynamics. Homer’s relationship with Selma is particularly interesting because they love each other but Homer does not admit to her that he loves her. It can be found throughout the series that Homer is constantly trying to win over his own female family members but with Selma being the mother figure in the household she ends up having to put in the work to do this.

 

The most obvious relationship that features in the TV series The Simpsons is that between Homer and Marge. Homer starts off working with Marge on a situation and the two become fast friends. However, in an episode entitled Treehouse of horror’s Homer becomes bitter and starts to deny Marge whatsoever. In the seventh season episode, Bart Simpson ends up going on a mission with some of his friends and ends up burning his friend, Marge, to death.

 

Marge was Homer’s best friend when he was a child and she has been by his side ever since. In the first season episode, Bart Simpson went on a treasure quest with Marge but when they got lost Marge asked Homer for help and he went to search for her in the state of Alaska where Marge stated that she was seeing Bart all of the time. This induced Homer to get sad and he proceeded to punch a hole in the automobile of Marge’s best friend, Mrs. Patty. At the seventh season episode Homer fell from a tree and suffered severe spinal injuries but thanks to the efforts of a local girl who watched Homer in the hospital, Homer was able to walk again.

 

The most popular supporting character in the television shows The Simpsons is none other than Homer Simpson himself.

He’s become one of the most popular characters on the series with children and grownups alike. Many people have mentioned how great it is to see The Simpsons because they permit you to feel what it is like to be a kid again and relive some of the classic childhood memories. The Simpsons have had many special guest celebrities over the years including actors who have appeared on the screen before like Dan Aykroyd, John Belushi, and Steve Martin.