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            There are only a few good shows that are worth turning on the television for. The greatest and most ingenious show ever created is the primetime cartoon "The Simpsons". This show is absolutely hysterical. When Matt Groening created the Simpsons several years ago, he revolutionized the way we look at cartoons. The show =combines the perfect mix of humor, drama, romance and parody. The show has created memorable characters and storylines, which keep the show fresh and funny. Homer Simpsons, along with wife Marge and children Bart, Lisa, and Maggie attract audiences of all ages and make this show great.
             Can life get any better for Homer Jay Simpson? He wears many hats (not just his Conversation Hat) he juggles the roles of father, husband, safety inspector at the Springfield Nuclear Power Plant, bowler, beer drinker, astronaut, small business owner and dreamer. With a list of hobbies and occupations such as these is easy to imagine the experiences Homer's had. Due to Homer's lack of intelligence; or wealth of free spirit, Homer graduated bottom of his class in high school and earned the distinction of being the longest entry level employee at the Power Plant. Homer Simpson adds humor to the show through his almost weekly adventures. A memorable example of homer's adventures is when Homer runs for Garbage Commissioner. During his campaign Homer pulls tricks we could only dream about. Before an important debate Homer cuts his competitions brakes causing him to be late. Remarkably homer wins his position, but eventually quits after the entire town is covered in garbage and they are forced to move the entire town 10 miles away. With all his faults Homer still manages to keep his house on Evergreen terrace and married his high school sweetheart Marge Bouvier.
             Marge Simpson is a happy homemaker and proud mother of three. Her life may seem boring but Marge has her secrets. She has been tempted to stray from Homer by a suave bowler and was nearly brought into a life of crime by one time neighbor Ruth Powers.

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