Below the song, the services of the 'Poet' - that is, the Poet's Box - are advertised and offered 'on the most moderate terms'. There was a Poet's Box in most of Scotland's major towns.
Agnes Skinner[ edit ] Agnes Skinner voiced by Tress MacNeille  is the mother of Principal Skinner and first appeared in the first season episode " The Crepes of Wrath " as an old woman who embarrassingly calls her son "Spanky".
However, as episodes progressed, the character turned bitter. She hates Edna Krabappel due to her son's feelings for the other woman. Agnes' first name was revealed in the seventh season episode " Bart the Fink ". When Seymour makes his first kick, he hits the bar, thus, making Agnes lose and subsequently crushing her dreams.
In " Grade School Confidential ", it is revealed that Agnes enjoys collecting pictures of cakes that she cuts out of magazines, a hobby she began in She does not like to eat them, however.
In the twenty sixth season episode " Sky Police " she mentions that she has a brother Stevie.
Since Akira's speaking role in " When Flanders Failed ", Hank Azaria has voiced the character, doing an impression of Takei for the voice. She first appeared in " Lisa's Rival ", in which Lisa feels threatened by Allison's talents and abilities.
During a school competition Lisa has Bart sabotage Allison's Tell-Tale Heart diorama with a cow's heart in a box and hides the original diorama beneath a floorboard. Wracked with guilt, Lisa returns Allison's real diorama. Afterwards, Lisa apologizes and the two make amends.
Allison has had a few speaking roles after that and has been friends with Lisa, Janey, Sherri and Terri at school. Anastasia[ edit ] Anastasia is a white tiger that performs in casinos with Gunter and Ernst.
In " The Two Mrs. Nahasapeemapetilons ", Gunter and Ernst lose her. He dislikes pompous anchorman Kent Brockmanwith whom he often gets into arguments on the air.
Brockman once snarled that Pye was a "jackass", with Arnie responding that he believes Kent's soul is "as black as the ace of spades". He sometimes attempts to join the action himself, such as his attempting to hit a fleeing Homer Simpson's car with a shoe in " Children of a Lesser Clod ".
His appearance and name are inspired by Pulitzer winning journalist Ernie Pyle. The show is a huge hit that ruins Krusty's career, but Bart then ruins Gabbo's future by capturing him making a rude comment on TV. The pair are later reduced to low-paying work such as a show at an Indian casino.
See The Great Gabbo. Artie Ziff[ edit ] Artie Ziff is a narcissistic Internet entrepreneur who is infatuated with Marge Simpson, his former high school classmate. He is voiced by Jon Lovitzexcept for a brief appearance in " The Front "in which he was voiced by Dan Castellaneta.
When Artie tries to grope her in his car, Marge rejects him and drives off, encountering Homer on her way home. In adulthood, Artie tries repeatedly to coerce Marge into choosing him over Homer, with Patty 's encouragement as she saw him more as the ideal husband for her sister.
Homer assumes the two are having an affair, but Artie admits that he could not win her over.
Artie begins to acknowledge that his selfishness is to blame. In " The Ziff Who Came to Dinner "the Simpsons discover Artie hiding in their attic after he squandered his money and started an accounting scandal at his company, Ziffcorp.
Artie manages to scapegoat Homer but he eventually confesses his guilt to the authorities when Marge berates Artie for his poor character and she reveals that his own selfish behavior are the real reasons why no one likes him.
After that, Artie is comforted by Selma; both spend the night together, and, as a result, and Artie turns himself in. He was last seen about to be assaulted by angry prisoners after he doused their cigarettes with a squirt bottle, and has not appeared in any canon episodes since.
After he warns her not to marry Homer, Bart returns to and finds that Marge has married Artie, with Bart now named Bartie Ziff, and having inherited Artie's curly hair.Paragraph on you cannot judge a man by his coat Get the answers you need, now!
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