List of The Simpsons guest stars (seasons 1–20)

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Actor Phil Hartman, who died in 1998, was the most recurring male guest actor on the show, appearing 52 times.

In addition to the show's regular cast of voice actors, celebrity guest stars have been a staple of The Simpsons, an American animated television sitcom created by Matt Groening for the Fox Broadcasting Company, since its first season. The Simpsons focuses on the eponymous family, which consists of Homer, Marge, Bart, Lisa and Maggie. The family was initially conceived by Groening for a series of animated shorts, which originally aired as a part of The Tracey Ullman Show between 1987 and 1989. The shorts were developed into a half-hour prime time series which began in December 1989.[1] The series' 29th season began in October 2017 and 642 episodes of The Simpsons have aired. A feature film adaptation of the series called The Simpsons Movie, was released in 2007.

Guest voices have come from a wide range of professions, including actors, athletes, authors, musicians, artists, politicians and scientists. In the show's early years most guest stars voiced original characters, but as the show has continued the number of those appearing as themselves has increased.

The first credited guest star was Marcia Wallace who appeared in "Bart the Genius" in her first stint as Bart's teacher Edna Krabappel. Singer Tony Bennett was the first guest star to appear as himself, appearing briefly in the season two episode "Dancin' Homer". Several guest stars have featured as recurring characters on the show, including Phil Hartman, Joe Mantegna and Kelsey Grammer. Hartman made the most appearances, guest starring 52 times. Grammer, Mantegna, Maurice LaMarche and Frank Welker have appeared twenty times or more; Jon Lovitz has appeared over ten times, while Albert Brooks, Glenn Close, Michael Dees, Dana Gould, Terry W. Greene, Valerie Harper, Jan Hooks, Jane Kaczmarek, Stacy Keach, Kipp Lennon, Jackie Mason, Sally Stevens, George Takei and Michael York have made over five appearances.

Two guest stars, Ricky Gervais and Seth Rogen, earned writing credits for the episodes in which they appeared. Grammer, Mason and three-time guest star Anne Hathaway all won the Primetime Emmy Award for Outstanding Voice-Over Performance for guest voice roles on the show. The show was awarded the Guinness World Record for "Most Guest Stars Featured in a TV Series" in 2010. As of October 14, 2018, there have been 797 guest stars on the show,[A] with this figure rising to 802 if The Simpsons Movie is included.

History[edit]

Guest stars have appeared on The Simpsons since its first season, in addition to the show's main cast of Dan Castellaneta, Julie Kavner, Nancy Cartwright, Yeardley Smith, Hank Azaria and Harry Shearer and supporting cast of Tress MacNeille, Pamela Hayden, Maggie Roswell, Russi Taylor, Chris Edgerly and former supporting cast members Marcia Mitzman Gaven, Karl Wiedergott, Doris Grau, Jo Ann Harris, Susan Blu and Christopher Collins.[2] Kevin Michael Richardson started as a recurring guest star in the twenty first season, but joined the supporting cast in the twenty eighth, starting with the episode "The Last Traction Hero". Guest voices have come from a wide range of professions, including actors, athletes, authors, musicians, artists, politicians and scientists. In the earlier seasons, most of the guest stars voiced characters, but eventually more started appearing as themselves.[3] The first male guest star was actor Sam McMurray, who voiced a worker at the Springfield Nuclear Power Plant in "Homer's Odyssey", the show's third episode, and Marcia Wallace was the first female guest star on the show starting from Bart the Genius as Edna Krabappel and Ms. Melon. Singer Tony Bennett was the first guest star to appear as himself, appearing in the season two episode "Dancin' Homer" while Aerosmith were the first band with their cameo in the third season's "Flaming Moe's"

Several guest stars have made multiple appearances on the show, often as recurring characters. Actress Marcia Wallace guest starred 176 times, making her the most recurring female guest star on the show, until her death in 2013. Edna Krabappel was then retired from the show, but sometimes appears as a ghost, and actor Phil Hartman guest-starred in 52 episodes, more than any other male actor, although his initial role in the second season episode "Bart Gets Hit By a Car" in 1991 was intended to be a one-off.[4] He voiced the recurring characters Troy McClure and Lionel Hutz as well as numerous other one-time characters, until his death in 1998. McClure and Hutz were subsequently retired from the show.[5] Actor Kelsey Grammer first appeared as Sideshow Bob in the first-season episode "Krusty Gets Busted" while actor Joe Mantegna made his first appearance as Fat Tony in the third season episode "Bart the Murderer". The two have appeared in 21 and 28 episodes respectively; Mantegna also appeared in the film. Both roles were originally written for other actors: Bob was originally to be voiced by James Earl Jones,[6] who later guest starred three times on the show, while Fat Tony was written for Sheldon Leonard.[4] Other repeat guest stars include Albert Brooks, Glenn Close, Jan Hooks, Maurice LaMarche, Jon Lovitz, Jane Kaczmarek, Jackie Mason, Charles Napier and Frank Welker.

According to Groening, guest star choices "come from the writers saying, 'Wouldn't it be cool to have [such a person on the show]?'",[7] while showrunner Al Jean has stated the reasoning is "we want to meet our heroes."[8] Bill Oakley and Josh Weinstein, showrunners of the seventh and eight seasons, favored guest stars with what they felt were unique and interesting voices such as actors R. Lee Ermey, Donald Sutherland, Kirk Douglas and Lawrence Tierney.[9] In 2014, Jean stated that fewer people would be appearing as themselves, as the staff did not want it to become a "crazy roster".[10]

Many guest stars come into the show's recording studio to record their parts,[7] although some are recorded over the telephone.[11] Two guest stars have been credited with writing the episode in which they guest starred. Comedian Ricky Gervais wrote the episode "Homer Simpson, This Is Your Wife",[12] while actor Seth Rogen co-wrote the episode "Homer the Whopper" with Evan Goldberg.[13] Two guest stars were credited with pseudonyms. Actor Dustin Hoffman was credited as "Sam Etic" for the episode "Lisa's Substitute" while musician Michael Jackson was credited as "John Jay Smith" for the episode "Stark Raving Dad". After the latter episode, the producers decided that if a celebrity wished to guest star on the show, they had to be willing to be credited under their real name.[14]

Numerous people have rejected the chance to appear on the show. Actor William Shatner has been described as the first person to reject the show.[15] The producers have consistently failed to persuade any former President of the United States to appear.[8] Musicians Bruce Springsteen and Bob Dylan have also rejected multiple invitations to guest star on the series.[16][17] Other people to turn the show down include actors Michael Caine,[18] Tom Cruise,[19] Tiff Needell, Archie Norman, Kyle MacLachlan, Natalie Imbruglia, Clint Eastwood and Anthony Hopkins[20] and director Quentin Tarantino.[21] Musician Prince turned down a role in a sequel to "Stark Raving Dad", which meant the script was never produced.[22]

Others have accepted the offer, but have been unable to record a role. Musician Frank Zappa and actor Anthony Perkins both became too ill to record their parts,[20][23] while Jim Carrey had to drop out due to time constraints,[24] and Faye Dunaway cancelled.[25] Christopher Walken originally agreed appear as himself in "Insane Clown Poppy". However, he then decided to demand a lot more money than the producers were willing to pay. Instead, Jay Mohr provided the voice of Walken. In the end credits, Jay Mohr is actually credited with the voice of Christopher Walken, the credit says "Jay Mohr as Christopher Walken". This is the first time this has ever been done.

Robby Krieger of The Doors recorded a cameo for the episode "The Great Money Caper", but his part was cut because the writers felt his appearance seemed too forced. The scene was later included on the season's DVD release.[26] Similarly, actress Catherine O'Hara recorded the voice of Colette the waitress in "Flaming Moe's", but was redubbed with Jo Ann Harris who the producers felt was a better fit.[27] Ron Howard, in what would have been his third appearance on The Simpsons, was advertised as guest starring on "Children of a Lesser Clod".[28] However, he did not appear for any recording sessions.

Mason, Grammer and Anne Hathaway have each won the Primetime Emmy Award for Outstanding Voice-Over Performance for their guest voice roles on the show.[29] The show was awarded the Guinness World Record for "Most Guest Stars Featured in a TV Series" on May 23, 2010, with Guinness estimating that the show has featured "at least 555 as of series 21".[30] As of October 14, 2018, there have been 797 guest stars on the show, totalling 1380 guest spots.[A] These figures rise to 802 and 1388 respectively if The Simpsons Movie is counted as well.

Guest stars[edit]

Seasons: 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18Movie19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30Upcoming

  • The color of the season number in the first column corresponds to the color of that season's DVD boxset or digital purchase image for the seasons what have not been released in physical format.
  • In the No. column:
    • The first number refers to the order it aired during the entire series.
    • The second number refers to the episode number within its season: i.e. 1506 would be the sixth episode of the fifteenth season.
  • The production code refers to the code assigned to the episode by the production team. The first two characters refer to the season the episode was made for. The first season is 7Gxx, the second is 7Fxx, the third is 8Fxx and the fourth is 9Fxx. After that, the fifth season started with 1F and continued in order until season nine (which was 5F). Starting with season ten, the production codes started with AABF, with the first letter changing for each season (i.e. BABF, CABF, etc.). The number at the end of the code is the order in which that episode was produced during that production run.[31]
  • Guests with "(archival)" after their names refer to cases where roles were not recorded specifically for the episode, but instead archival audio and/or footage from independent sources was used in the episode. In most cases these appearances have been uncredited and are usually not considered as proper guest stars given the circumstances.
Albert Brooks at 'Drive' premiere TIFF 9/10/11.
Actor Albert Brooks made the first two of his seven appearances in season one.
A colored photograph of a man wearing a suit, with his arms wide open.
Singer Tony Bennett was the first person to voice himself on the show.
A black-haired man with a blue based shirt and a necklace looks straight at the camera smiling.
Actor Jon Lovitz has made nine appearances on the show including three cross-over appearances as Jay Sherman from the series The Critic.
A coloured photograph of Michael Jackson wearing sunglasses.
Musician Michael Jackson was credited as "John Jay Smith" for his role in "Stark Raving Dad".
Colored photograph of a man, waving with his left arm. He is wearing a blue shirt.
Actor Joe Mantegna voices mobster Fat Tony
A coloured photograph of a man wearing a black jumper and glasses. He is smiling and standing on a platform.
Actor Leonard Nimoy has twice appeared as himself.
A portrait of a man wearing an space suit, with his helmet on the table in front of him. Behind him there is a large photograph of the lunar surface.
Astronaut Buzz Aldrin appeared in season five's "Deep Space Homer".
Patrick Stewart at a photo call at the Berlinale 2017.
Actor Patrick Stewart voiced Number One in "Homer the Great".
A man, with long black hair is playing the guitar, with a microphone in front of his mouth. In the distance is a woman, looking directly at the camera.
Paul and Linda McCartney guest starred in the episode "Lisa the Vegetarian".
Glenn Close at the premiere of Guardians of the Galaxy at the El Capitan Theater in Hollywood on July 21, 2014.
Glenn Close was convinced by show developer James L. Brooks to voice Mona Simpson, the mother of Homer Simpson.[32]
Kelsey Grammer at May 5, 2010 Tony Awards press event, NYC, located at the Millennium Broadway Hotel.
Actor Kelsey Grammer has voiced Sideshow Bob since the show's first season.
A color photograph of four men, two of which are playing the guitar. The third man is singing through a microphone.
U2 played themselves in "Trash of the Titans", minus Larry Mullen, Jr..
A colored photograph of a man, sitting in an wheelchair with his arms folded. He is wearing glasses and is looking from left to right.
Theoretical physicist Stephen Hawking has made four appearances on the show as himself.
A bald-haired man wearing glasses, wearing a suit and a nametag. He is looking directly at the camera.
News Corporation founder Rupert Murdoch has featured in two episodes.
A colored photograph of Lucy Lawless smiling.
Actress Lucy Lawless appeared as herself in season 11.
Colored photograph of a man holding a tennis racket and ball in either hand. He is preparing to serve.
Pete Sampras was one of a number of tennis players to appear in "Tennis the Menace".
Reese Witherspoon at the 2014 Toronto International Film Festival.
Actress Reese Witherspoon voiced Greta Wolfcastle.
Lenny Kravitz at the 2013 San Diego Comic Con International in San Diego, California.
"How I Spent My Strummer Vacation" featured Lenny Kravitz and five other musicians.
A colored photograph of former Prime Minister Tony Blair
Then Prime Minister of the United Kingdom Tony Blair recorded his part for "The Regina Monologues" at Downing Street and his appearance on the show was used as an opportunity to "promote Britain".[33]
Liam Neeson at the 2012 Deauville Film Festival.
Actor Liam Neeson voiced priest Father Sean.
Ricky Gervais at Comedy Central's "Night of Too Many Stars" in 2010.
Comedian Ricky Gervais has appeared twice; he wrote "Homer Simpson, This is Your Wife", his first episode.
A photograph of former footballer Ronaldo.
Ronaldo is the only soccer player to appear on the show.
A photograph of "Weird Al" Yankovic, singing through a microphone and playing a harmonica.
Musician "Weird Al" Yankovic has appeared twice.
A colored photograph of a Matt Groening.
Matt Groening, the show's creator, has voiced himself twice.
Katy Perry in June 2012.
Singer Katy Perry appeared in live-action in "The Fight Before Christmas".
Kiefer Sutherland speaking at the 2014 San Diego Comic Con International, for "24: Live Another Day", at the San Diego Convention Center in San Diego, California.
Actor Kiefer Sutherland has voiced three characters on the show, including Jack Bauer from 24.
Sonny Rollins in a 2011 performance.
Jazz musician Sonny Rollins voiced himself in "Whiskey Business".
Kristen Wiig at the Australian premiere of Anchorman 2: The Legend Continues in 2013.
Actress Kristen Wiig has played two different characters on the show.
Tom Hanks posing for a photo after a dinner hosted by U.S. Secretary of State John Kerry at the U.S. Department of State in Washington, D.C., on December 6, 2014.
Actor Tom Hanks played himself in The Simpsons Movie.
Season Guest star Role(s) No. Prod. code Episode title
1 Marcia Wallace Edna Krabappel
Ms. Melon
002–102 7G02 "Bart the Genius"
1 Sam McMurray Worker 003–103 7G03 "Homer's Odyssey"[34]
1 Marcia Wallace Edna Krabappel 003–103 7G03 "Homer's Odyssey"
1 Miriam Flynn Ms. Barr 006–106 7G06 "Moaning Lisa"
1 Ron Taylor Bleeding Gums Murphy 006–106 7G06 "Moaning Lisa"[35]
1 Albert Brooks[B] Cowboy Bob 007–107 7G09 "The Call of the Simpsons"[36]
1 Marcia Wallace Edna Krabappel 008–108 7G07 "The Telltale Head"
1 Albert Brooks Jacques 009–109 7G11 "Life on the Fast Lane"[37]
1 Sam McMurray Gulliver Dark 010–110 7G10 "Homer's Night Out"[38]
1 Christian Coffinet Gendarme Officer 011–111 7G13 "The Crepes of Wrath"
1 Kelsey Grammer Sideshow Bob 012–112 7G12 "Krusty Gets Busted"[39]
1 June Foray Babysitter service receptionist
Doofy the Elf
013–113 7G01 "Some Enchanted Evening"[40]
1 Penny Marshall Ms. Lucille Botz 013–113 7G01 "Some Enchanted Evening"[41]
1 Paul Willson Florist 013–113 7G01 "Some Enchanted Evening"[40]
2 Marcia Wallace Edna Krabappel 014–201 7F03 "Bart Gets an "F""
2 Harvey Fierstein Karl 015–202 7F02 "Simpson and Delilah"[42]
2 James Earl Jones Removal man
Serak the Preparer
Narrator
016–203 7F04 "Treehouse of Horror"[43]
2 Tony Bennett Himself 018–205 7F05 "Dancin' Homer"[44]
2 Daryl Coley Bleeding Gums Murphy 018–205 7F05 "Dancin' Homer"[45]
2 Ken Levine Dan Horde 018–205 7F05 "Dancin' Homer"[45]
2 Tom Poston Capital City Goofball 018–205 7F05 "Dancin' Homer"[44]
2 Greg Berg Rory
Eddie
Radio voice
"Hooray for Everything" Announcer
Security Man
020–207 7F07 "Bart vs. Thanksgiving"[46]
2 Carol Kane Maggie Simpson 020–207 7F07 "Bart vs. Thanksgiving"
2 Alex Rocco Roger Meyers Jr. 022–209 7F09 "Itchy & Scratchy & Marge"[47]
2 Phil Hartman Lionel Hutz
Heaven
023–210 7F10 "Bart Gets Hit by a Car"[48]
2 Larry King Himself 024–211 7F11 "One Fish, Two Fish, Blowfish, Blue Fish"[49]
2 Joey Miyashima Toshiro 024–211 7F11 "One Fish, Two Fish, Blowfish, Blue Fish"[50]
2 Sab Shimono Master Sushi Chef 024–211 7F11 "One Fish, Two Fish, Blowfish, Blue Fish"[49]
2 George Takei Akira 024–211 7F11 "One Fish, Two Fish, Blowfish, Blue Fish"[49]
2 Diana Tanaka Hostess 024–211 7F11 "One Fish, Two Fish, Blowfish, Blue Fish"[50]
2 Jon Lovitz Artie Ziff
Mr. Seckofsky
025–212 7F12 "The Way We Was"[51]
2 Phil Hartman Troy McClure
Moses
Cable guy
026–213 7F13 "Homer vs. Lisa and the 8th Commandment"[52][53]
2 Marcia Wallace Edna Krabappel 027–214 7F15 "Principal Charming"
2 Danny DeVito Herbert Powell 028–215 7F16 "Oh Brother, Where Art Thou?"[54]
2 Tracey Ullman Emily Winthropp
Sylvia Winfield
029–216 7F14 "Bart's Dog Gets an F"[55]
2 Frank Welker Santa's Little Helper
Additional dog voices
029–216 7F14 "Bart's Dog Gets an F"[56]
2 Phil Hartman Lionel Hutz
Plato
030–217 7F17 "Old Money"[57]
2 Audrey Meadows Bea Simmons 030–217 7F17 "Old Money"[57]
2 Marcia Wallace Edna Krabappel 030–217 7F17 "Old Money"
2 Jon Lovitz Professor Lombardo 031–218 7F18 "Brush with Greatness"[58]
2 Ringo Starr Himself 031–218 7F18 "Brush with Greatness"[58]
2 Dustin Hoffman[C] Mr. Bergstrom 032–219 7F19 "Lisa's Substitute"[59]
2 Marcia Wallace Edna Krabappel 032–219 7F19 "Lisa's Substitute"
2 Cloris Leachman Mrs. Glick 034–221 7F21 "Three Men and a Comic Book"[60]
2 Daniel Stern Narrator 034–221 7F21 "Three Men and a Comic Book"[60]
3 Michael Jackson[D] Leon Kompowsky 036–301 7F24 "Stark Raving Dad"[61]
[62]
3 Kipp Lennon Leon Kompowsky's singing voice 036–301 7F24 "Stark Raving Dad"[22]
3 Lona Williams Minnesota girl 037–302 8F01 "Mr. Lisa Goes to Washington"[63]
3 Neil Patrick Harris Himself playing Bart Simpson 039–304 8F03 "Bart the Murderer"[64]
3 Phil Hartman Lionel Hutz
Troy McClure
Joey
Godfather
039–304 8F03 "Bart the Murderer"[65]
3 Joe Mantegna Fat Tony
Himself playing Fat Tony
039–304 8F03 "Bart the Murderer"[64]
3 Marcia Wallace Edna Krabappel 039–304 8F03 "Bart the Murderer"[64]
3 Chick Hearn Himself 040–305 8F04 "Homer Defined"[66]
3 Magic Johnson Himself 040–305 8F04 "Homer Defined"[66]
3 Jon Lovitz Aristotle Amadopolis
Mr. Devaro
040–305 8F04 "Homer Defined"[66]
3 Jackie Mason Rabbi Hyman Krustofsky 041–306 8F05 "Like Father, Like Clown"[67]
3 Marcia Wallace Edna Krabappel 042–307 8F02 "Treehouse of Horror II"
3 Marcia Wallace Edna Krabappel 043–308 8F06 "Lisa's Pony"
3 Frank Welker Princess 043–308 8F06 "Lisa's Pony"[68]
3 Phil Hartman Troy McClure 044–309 8F07 "Saturdays of Thunder"[69]
3 Larry McKay Announcer 044–309 8F07 "Saturdays of Thunder"[70]
3 Aerosmith[E] Themselves 045–310 8F08 "Flaming Moe's"[71]
3 Phil Hartman Lionel Hutz 045–310 8F08 "Flaming Moe's"[72]
3 Kipp Lennon Sings "Flaming Moe's" (parody of the Cheers theme song) 045–310 8F08 "Flaming Moe's"
3 Marcia Wallace Edna Krabappel 045–310 8F08 "Flaming Moe's"
3 Phil Hartman Horst
Stockbroker
046–311 8F09 "Burns Verkaufen der Kraftwerk"[73]
3 Sting Himself 048–313 8F11 "Radio Bart"[74]
3 Marcia Wallace Edna Krabappel 048–313 8F11 "Radio Bart"
3 Phil Hartman Troy McClure
Smooth Jimmy Apollo
049–314 8F12 "Lisa the Greek"[75]
3 Phil Hartman Troy McClure 050–315 8F14 "Homer Alone"[76]
3 Marcia Wallace Edna Krabappel 051–316 8F16 "Bart the Lover"
3 Wade Boggs Himself 052–317 8F13 "Homer at the Bat"[77]
3 Jose Canseco Himself 052–317 8F13 "Homer at the Bat"[77]
3 Roger Clemens Himself 052–317 8F13 "Homer at the Bat"[77]
3 Terry Cashman Sings "Talkin' Softball" (parody of the song Talkin' Baseball) 052–317 8F13 "Homer at the Bat"[77]
3 Ken Griffey, Jr. Himself 052–317 8F13 "Homer at the Bat"[77]
3 Don Mattingly Himself 052–317 8F13 "Homer at the Bat"[77]
3 Steve Sax Himself 052–317 8F13 "Homer at the Bat"[77]
3 Mike Scioscia Himself 052–317 8F13 "Homer at the Bat"[77]
3 Ozzie Smith Himself 052–317 8F13 "Homer at the Bat"[77]
3 Darryl Strawberry Himself 052–317 8F13 "Homer at the Bat"[77]
3 Steve Allen Electronically altered voice of Bart 053–318 8F15 "Separate Vocations"[78]
3 Marcia Wallace Edna Krabappel 053–318 8F15 "Separate Vocations"
3 Frank Welker Santa's Little Helper 054–319 8F17 "Dog of Death"[79]
3 Beverly D'Angelo Lurleen Lumpkin 055–320 8F19 "Colonel Homer"[80]
3 Kelsey Grammer Sideshow Bob 056–321 8F20 "Black Widower"[81]
3 Christopher Guest Nigel Tufnel 057–322 8F21 "The Otto Show"[82]
3 Michael McKean David St. Hubbins 057–322 8F21 "The Otto Show"[82]
3 Phil Hartman Troy McClure 058–323 8F22 "Bart's Friend Falls in Love"[83]
3 Kimmy Robertson Samantha Stanky 058–323 8F22 "Bart's Friend Falls in Love"[84]
3 Marcia Wallace Edna Krabappel 058–323 8F22 "Bart's Friend Falls in Love"
3 Danny DeVito Herbert Powell 058–323 8F23 "Brother, Can You Spare Two Dimes?"[85]
3 Joe Frazier Himself 058–323 8F23 "Brother, Can You Spare Two Dimes?"[85]
4 Gene Merlino Sings "South of the Border" 060–401 8F24 "Kamp Krusty"
4 Marcia Wallace Edna Krabappel 060–401 8F24 "Kamp Krusty"
4 Phil Hartman Troy McClure
Lionel Hutz
061–402 8F18 "A Streetcar Named Marge"[86]
4 Jon Lovitz Llewellyn Sinclair
Ms. Sinclair
061–402 8F18 "A Streetcar Named Marge"[87]
4 Lona Williams Debra Jo Smallwood 061–402 8F18 "A Streetcar Named Marge"[87]
4 Bob Hope Himself 063–404 9F02 "Lisa the Beauty Queen"[88]
4 Lona Williams Amber Dempsey 063–404 9F02 "Lisa the Beauty Queen"[88]
4 Marcia Wallace Edna Krabappel 064–405 9F04 "Treehouse of Horror III"
4 Neil Armstrong (archival) Himself 065–406 9F03 "Itchy & Scratchy: The Movie"
4 Marcia Wallace Edna Krabappel 065–406 9F03 "Itchy & Scratchy: The Movie"
4 Phil Hartman Troy McClure
Lionel Hutz
066–407 9F05 "Marge Gets a Job"[89]
4 Tom Jones Himself 066–407 9F05 "Marge Gets a Job"[90]
4 Marcia Wallace Edna Krabappel 066–407 9F05 "Marge Gets a Job"
4 Sara Gilbert Laura Powers 067–408 9F06 "New Kid on the Block"[91]
4 Phil Hartman Lionel Hutz 067–408 9F06 "New Kid on the Block"[92]
4 Pamela Reed Ruth Powers 067–408 9F06 "New Kid on the Block"[91]
4 Phil Hartman Troy McClure 068–409 9F07 "Mr. Plow"[93]
4 Linda Ronstadt Herself 068–409 9F07 "Mr. Plow"[94]
4 Adam West Himself 068–409 9F07 "Mr. Plow"[94]
4 Elizabeth Taylor Maggie Simpson 069–410 9F08 "Lisa's First Word"[95]
4 Phil Hartman Lyle Lanley 071–412 9F10 "Marge vs. the Monorail"[96]
4 Leonard Nimoy Himself 071–412 9F10 "Marge vs. the Monorail"[96]
4 Phil Hartman Lionel Hutz
Troy McClure
Security Guard
Mandy Patinkin
072–413 9F11 "Selma's Choice"[97]
4 Michele Pillar Sings "A Natural Woman" 072–413 9F11 "Selma's Choice"
4 Phil Hartman Tom
Eddie Muntz
073–414 9F12 "Brother from the Same Planet"[98]
4 Marcia Wallace Edna Krabappel 073–414 9F12 "Brother from the Same Planet"
4 Michael Carrington Krusty Anniversary Show Announcer
Sideshow Raheem
074–415 9F13 "I Love Lisa"[68]
4 Phil Hartman Troy McClure
Lionel Hutz
075–416 9F14 "Duffless"[99]
4 Kipp Lennon Sings "Raindrops Keep Fallin' on My Head" 075–416 9F14 "Duffless"[99]
4 Marcia Wallace Edna Krabappel 075–416 9F14 "Duffless"[99]
4 Joyce Brothers Herself 076–417 9F15 "Last Exit to Springfield"[100]
4 Brooke Shields Herself 078–419 9F16 "The Front"[101]
4 Gene Merlino Sings "Born Free" 079–420 9F18 "Whacking Day"[102]
4 Barry White Himself 079–420 9F18 "Whacking Day"[103]
4 David Crosby Himself 080–421 9F20 "Marge in Chains"[104]
4 Phil Hartman Troy McClure
Lionel Hutz
080–421 9F20 "Marge in Chains"[105]
4 Johnny Carson Himself 081–422 9F19 "Krusty Gets Kancelled"[106]
4 Hugh Hefner Himself 081–422 9F19 "Krusty Gets Kancelled"[106]
4 Bette Midler Herself 081–422 9F19 "Krusty Gets Kancelled"[106]
4 Luke Perry Himself 081–422 9F19 "Krusty Gets Kancelled"[106]
4 Red Hot Chili Peppers[F] Themselves 081–422 9F19 "Krusty Gets Kancelled"[106]
4 Elizabeth Taylor Herself 081–422 9F19 "Krusty Gets Kancelled"[106]
4 Marcia Wallace Edna Krabappel 081–422 9F19 "Krusty Gets Kancelled"[106]
4 Barry White Himself 081–422 9F19 "Krusty Gets Kancelled"[106]
5 David Crosby Himself 082–501 9F21 "Homer's Barbershop Quartet"[107]
5 The Dapper Dans[G] The singing voices of the Be Sharps 082–501 9F21 "Homer's Barbershop Quartet"[107]
5 George Harrison Himself 082–501 9F21 "Homer's Barbershop Quartet"[107]
5 Kelsey Grammer Sideshow Bob 083–502 9F22 "Cape Feare"[108]
5 Marcia Wallace Edna Krabappel 083–502 9F22 "Cape Feare"
5 Ramones[H] Themselves 085–504 1F01 "Rosebud"[109]
5 Phil Hartman Lionel Hutz 086–505 1F04 "Treehouse of Horror IV"[110]
5 Frank Welker Gremlin 086–505 1F04 "Treehouse of Horror IV"[110]
5 George Fenneman Narrator 086–505 1F03 "Marge on the Lam"[111]
5 Phil Hartman Troy McClure
Lionel Hutz
086–505 1F03 "Marge on the Lam"[112]
5 Pamela Reed Ruth Powers
Truck-stop Waitress
086–505 1F03 "Marge on the Lam"[111]
5 Albert Brooks Brad Goodman 088–507 1F05 "Bart's Inner Child"[113]
5 James Brown Himself 088–507 1F05 "Bart's Inner Child"[113]
5 Phil Hartman Troy McClure 088–507 1F05 "Bart's Inner Child"[114]
5 Marcia Wallace Edna Krabappel 088–507 1F05 "Bart's Inner Child"
5 Ernest Borgnine Himself 089–508 1F06 "Boy-Scoutz 'n the Hood"[115]
5 Marcia Wallace Edna Krabappel 089–508 1F06 "Boy-Scoutz 'n the Hood"
5 Phil Hartman Lionel Hutz 091–510 1F08 "The Last Temptation of Homer"[116]
5 Werner Klemperer Colonel Klink 091–510 1F08 "The Last Temptation of Homer"[117]
5 Michelle Pfeiffer Mindy Simmons 091–510 1F08 "The Last Temptation of Homer"[117]
5 Marcia Wallace Edna Krabappel 091–510 1F08 "The Last Temptation of Homer"[117]
5 Gerry Cooney Himself 091–510 1F08 "$pringfield (Or, How I Learned to
Stop Worrying and Love Legalized Gambling)
"[118]
5 Robert Goulet Himself 091–510 1F08 "$pringfield (Or, How I Learned to
Stop Worrying and Love Legalized Gambling)
"[118]
5 Sam Neill Molloy 092–511 1F09 "Homer the Vigilante"[119]
5 Conan O'Brien Himself 093–512 1F11 "Bart Gets Famous"[120]
5 Marcia Wallace Edna Krabappel 093–512 1F11 "Bart Gets Famous"
5 Michael Carrington Black comedian 094–513 1F10 "Homer and Apu"[68]
5 James Woods Himself 094–513 1F10 "Homer and Apu"[121]
5 Kathleen Turner Stacy Lovell 095–514 1F12 "Lisa vs. Malibu Stacy"[122]
5 Buzz Aldrin Himself 096–515 1F13 "Deep Space Homer"[123]
5 James Taylor Himself 096–515 1F13 "Deep Space Homer"[123]
5 Phil Hartman Lionel Hutz 099–518 1F16 "Burns' Heir"[124]
5 Marcia Wallace Edna Krabappel 100–519 1F18 "Sweet Seymour Skinner's Baadasssss Song"
5 Frank Welker Santa's Little Helper 100–519 1F18 "Sweet Seymour Skinner's Baadasssss Song"[68]
5 Phil Hartman Lionel Hutz 101–520 1F19 "The Boy Who Knew Too Much"[125]
5 Marcia Wallace Edna Krabappel 101–520 1F19 "The Boy Who Knew Too Much"
5 Phil Hartman Troy McClure 102–521 1F19 "Lady Bouvier's Lover"[126]
5 Kipp Lennon Sings "The Sound of Grampa" (parody of the song The Sound of Silence) 102–521 1F19 "Lady Bouvier's Lover"[126]
5 Phil Hartman Lionel Hutz 103–522 1F19 "Secrets of a Successful Marriage"[127]
5 Marcia Wallace Edna Krabappel 103–522 1F19 "Secrets of a Successful Marriage"
6 Winona Ryder Allison Taylor 105–602 2F02 "Lisa's Rival"[128]
6 Henry Corden Fred Flintstone 108–605 1F13 "Sideshow Bob Roberts"[129]
6 Dr. Demento Himself 108–605 1F13 "Sideshow Bob Roberts"[130]
6 Kelsey Grammer Sideshow Bob 108–605 1F13 "Sideshow Bob Roberts"[130]
6 Phil Hartman Lionel Hutz 108–605 1F13 "Sideshow Bob Roberts"[129]
6 Larry King Himself 108–605 1F13 "Sideshow Bob Roberts"[130]
6 Marcia Wallace Edna Krabappel 108–605 1F13 "Sideshow Bob Roberts"[130]
6 James Earl Jones Alternate Universe Maggie Simpson 109–606 2F03 "Treehouse of Horror V"[131]
6 Marcia Wallace Edna Krabappel 109–606 2F03 "Treehouse of Horror V"
6 Meryl Streep Jessica Lovejoy 110–607 2F04 "Bart's Girlfriend"[132]
6 Marcia Wallace Edna Krabappel 111–608 2F05 "Lisa on Ice"
6 Dennis Franz Himself playing Homer Simpson 112–609 2F06 "Homer Badman"[133]
6 Phil Hartman Troy McClure 113–610 2F07 "Grampa vs. Sexual Inadequacy"[134]
6 Anne Bancroft Dr. Zweig 114–611 2F08 "Fear of Flying"[135]
6 Ted Danson Sam Malone 114–611 2F08 "Fear of Flying"[135]
6 Woody Harrelson Woody Boyd 114–611 2F08 "Fear of Flying"[135]
6 John Ratzenberger Cliff Clavin 114–611 2F08 "Fear of Flying"[135]
6 Rhea Perlman Carla Tortelli 114–611 2F08 "Fear of Flying"[135]
6 George Wendt Norm Peterson 114–611 2F08 "Fear of Flying"[135]
6 Patrick Stewart Number One 115–612 2F09 "Homer the Great"[136]
6 Dick Cavett Himself 118–615 2F12 "Homie the Clown"[137]
6 Joe Mantegna Fat Tony 118–615 2F12 "Homie the Clown"[137]
6 Johnny Unitas Himself 118–615 2F12 "Homie the Clown"[137]
6 Phil Hartman Evan Conover 119–616 2F13 "Bart vs. Australia"[138]
6 Mel Brooks Himself 120–617 2F14 "Homer vs. Patty and Selma"[139]
6 Susan Sarandon Ballet teacher 120–617 2F14 "Homer vs. Patty and Selma"[139]
6 Phil Hartman Charlton Heston 121–618 2F31 "A Star Is Burns"[140]
6 Maurice LaMarche George C. Scott
Hannibal Lecter
Captain James T. Kirk
Eudora Welty
121–618 2F31 "A Star Is Burns"[140]
6 Jon Lovitz Jay Sherman 121–618 2F31 "A Star Is Burns"[140]
6 Phil Hartman Troy McClure 122–619 2F15 "Lisa's Wedding"[141]
6 Mandy Patinkin Hugh Parkfield 122–619 2F15 "Lisa's Wedding"[142]
6 Frank Welker Santa's Little Helper
Various dogs
123–620 2F18 "Two Dozen and One Greyhounds"[68]
6 Marcia Wallace Edna Krabappel 124–621 2F19 "The PTA Disbands"
6 Steve Allen Himself 125–622 2F32 "'Round Springfield"[143]
6 Phil Hartman Lionel Hutz 125–622 2F32 "'Round Springfield"[144]
6 Ron Taylor Bleeding Gums Murphy 125–622 2F32 "'Round Springfield"[143]
6 Marcia Wallace Edna Krabappel 125–622 2F32 "'Round Springfield"[143]
6 Phil Hartman Lionel Hutz 126–623 2F21 "The Springfield Connection"[145]
6 Marcia Wallace Edna Krabappel 126–623 2F21 "The Springfield Connection"
6 Marcia Wallace Edna Krabappel 127–624 2F22 "Lemon of Troy"
6 Tito Puente Himself 128–625 2F16 "Who Shot Mr. Burns? Part 1"[146]
7 Tito Puente Himself 129–701 2F20 "Who Shot Mr. Burns? Part 2"[147]
7 Phil Hartman Lionel Hutz 130–702 2F17 "Radioactive Man"[148]
7 Mickey Rooney Himself 130–702 2F17 "Radioactive Man"[149]
7 Joan Kenley Telephone voice 131–703 3F01 "Home Sweet Homediddly-Dum-Doodily"[150]
7 Marcia Wallace Edna Krabappel 131–703 3F01 "Home Sweet Homediddly-Dum-Doodily"
7 Frank Welker Monkey 131–703 3F01 "Home Sweet Homediddly-Dum-Doodily"[68]
7 Phil Hartman Troy McClure 133–705 3F03 "Lisa the Vegetarian"[151]
7 Linda McCartney Herself 133–705 3F03 "Lisa the Vegetarian"[152]
7 Paul McCartney Himself 133–705 3F03 "Lisa the Vegetarian"[152]
7 Paul Anka Himself 134–706 3F04 "Treehouse of Horror VI"[153]
7 Marcia Wallace Edna Krabappel 134–706 3F04 "Treehouse of Horror VI"
7 Joan Kenley Telephone voice 135–707 3F05 "King-Size Homer"[154]
7 Glenn Close Mona Simpson 136–708 3F06 "Mother Simpson"[155]
7 Harry Morgan Bill Gannon 136–708 3F06 "Mother Simpson"[155]
7 R. Lee Ermey Colonel Leslie Hapablap 137–709 3F08 "Sideshow Bob's Last Gleaming"[156]
7 Kelsey Grammer Sideshow Bob 137–709 3F08 "Sideshow Bob's Last Gleaming"[156]
7 Phil Hartman Troy McClure
Lionel Hutz
138–710 3F31 "The Simpsons 138th Episode Spectacular"[157]
[158]
7 Phil Hartman Troy McClure 139–711 3F07 "Marge Be Not Proud"[159]
7 Lawrence Tierney Don Brodka 139–711 3F07 "Marge Be Not Proud"[160]
7 Marcia Wallace Edna Krabappel 140–712 3F10 "Team Homer"
7 Tom Kite Himself 142–714 3F11 "Scenes from the Class Struggle in Springfield"[161]
7 Phil Hartman Troy McClure 143–715 3F12 "Bart the Fink"[162]
7 Bob Newhart Himself 143–715 3F12 "Bart the Fink"[163]
7 Phil Hartman Troy McClure 144–716 3F13 "Lisa the Iconoclast"[164]
7 Donald Sutherland Hollis Hurlbut 144–716 3F13 "Lisa the Iconoclast"[165]
7 Marcia Wallace Edna Krabappel 144–716 3F13 "Lisa the Iconoclast"
7 Kirk Douglas Chester J. Lampwick 146–718 3F16 "The Day the Violence Died"[166]
7 Phil Hartman Lionel Hutz 146–718 3F16 "The Day the Violence Died"[167]
7 Alex Rocco Roger Meyers Jr. 146–718 3F16 "The Day the Violence Died"[166]
7 Jack Sheldon Amendment 146–718 3F16 "The Day the Violence Died"[166]
7 Suzanne Somers Herself 146–718 3F16 "The Day the Violence Died"[166]
7 Jeff Goldblum MacArthur Parker 147–719 3F15 "A Fish Called Selma"[168]
7 Phil Hartman Troy McClure
Fat Tony
147–719 3F15 "A Fish Called Selma"[168]
7 Jim Lau Hong Kong doctor 148–720 3F17 "Bart on the Road"[169]
7 Phil Hartman Lionel Hutz
Hospital chairman
149–721 3F18 "22 Short Films About Springfield"[170]
7 Marcia Wallace Edna Krabappel 150–722 3F19 "Raging Abe Simpson and His Grumbling Grandson in "The Curse of the Flying Hellfish""
7 Joe Mantegna Fat Tony 151–723 3F20 "Much Apu About Nothing"[171]
7 Cypress Hill[I] Themselves 152–724 3F21 "Homerpalooza"[172]
7 Peter Frampton Himself 152–724 3F21 "Homerpalooza"[172]
7 The Smashing Pumpkins[J] Themselves 152–724 3F21 "Homerpalooza"[172]
7 Sonic Youth[K] Themselves 152–724 3F21 "Homerpalooza"[172]
7 Christina Ricci Erin 153–725 3F22 "Summer of 4 Ft. 2"[173]
7 Marcia Wallace Edna Krabappel 153–725 3F22 "Summer of 4 Ft. 2"
8 Phil Hartman Bill Clinton 154–801 4F02 "Treehouse of Horror VII"[174]
8 Albert Brooks Hank Scorpio 155–802 3F23 "You Only Move Twice"[175]
8 Sally Stevens Sings "Scorpio" 155–802 3F23 "You Only Move Twice"[68]
8 Michael Buffer Himself 156–803 4F03 "The Homer They Fall"[176]
8 Sally Stevens Sings "People" 156–803 4F03 "The Homer They Fall"[68]
8 Paul Winfield Lucius Sweet 156–803 4F03 "The Homer They Fall"[176]
8 Rodney Dangerfield Larry Burns 157–804 4F05 "Burns, Baby Burns"[177]
8 Jon Lovitz Jay Sherman 161–808 4F07 "Hurricane Neddy"[178]
8 Johnny Cash Coyote 162–809 3F24 "El Viaje Misterioso de Nuestro Jomer
(The Mysterious Voyage of Homer)
"[179]
8 Gillian Anderson Dana Scully 163–810 3G01 "The Springfield Files"[180]
8 David Duchovny Fox Mulder 163–810 3G01 "The Springfield Files"[180]
8 Leonard Nimoy Himself 163–810 3G01 "The Springfield Files"[180]
8 Joe Mantegna Fat Tony 164–811 4F08 "The Twisted World of Marge Simpson"[181]
8 Jack Lemmon Frank Ormand 164–811 4F08 "The Twisted World of Marge Simpson"[181]
8 Marcia Wallace Edna Krabappel 164–811 4F08 "The Twisted World of Marge Simpson"[181]
8 Phil Hartman Troy McClure 167–814 4F12 "The Itchy & Scratchy & Poochie Show"[182]
8 Alex Rocco Roger Meyers Jr. 167–814 4F12 "The Itchy & Scratchy & Poochie Show"[183]
8 John Waters John 168–815 4F11 "Homer's Phobia"[184]
8 Kelsey Grammer Sideshow Bob 169–816 4F14 "Brother from Another Series"[185]
8 David Hyde Pierce Cecil Terwilliger
Man in the crowd
169–816 4F14 "Brother from Another Series"[186]
8 Marcia Wallace Edna Krabappel 169–816 4F14 "Brother from Another Series"
8 Joe Mantegna Fat Tony 171–818 4F15 "Homer vs. the Eighteenth Amendment"[187]
8 Dave Thomas Rex Banner 171–818 4F15 "Homer vs. the Eighteenth Amendment"[187]
8 Michael Dees Sings "Embraceable You" 172–819 4F09 "Grade School Confidential"
8 Marcia Wallace Edna Krabappel 172–819 4F09 "Grade School Confidential"
8 Frank Welker Santa's Little Helper
Laddie
173–820 4F16 "The Canine Mutiny"[68]
8 Bret Hart Himself 174–821 4F17 "The Old Man and the Lisa"[188]
8 Denice Kumagai Dancer 175–822 4F18 "In Marge We Trust"[189]
8 Karen Maruyama Dancer 175–822 4F18 "In Marge We Trust"[189]
8 Sab Shimono Mr. Sparkle 175–822 4F18 "In Marge We Trust"[190]
8 Gedde Watanabe Factory foreman 175–822 4F18 "In Marge We Trust"[189]
8 Frank Welker Baboons 175–822 4F18 "In Marge We Trust"[68]
8 Frank Welker Executive Vice President dog 176–823 4F19 "Homer's Enemy"[68]
8 Tim Conway Himself 177–824 4F20 "The Simpsons Spin-Off Showcase"[191]
8 Phil Hartman Troy McClure 177–824 4F20 "The Simpsons Spin-Off Showcase"[192]
8 Gailard Sartain Charles "Big" Daddy 177–824 4F20 "The Simpsons Spin-Off Showcase"[191]
8 Willem Dafoe The Commandant 176–825 4F19 "The Secret War of Lisa Simpson"[193]
8 Marcia Wallace Edna Krabappel 176–825 4F19 "The Secret War of Lisa Simpson"
9 Michael Dees Sings "New York, New York" 179–901 4F22 "The City of New York vs. Homer Simpson"[194]
9 Joan Kenley Telephone voice 179–901 4F22 "The City of New York vs. Homer Simpson"[194]
9 Kipp Lennon Sings "I'm Checking In" 179–901 4F22 "The City of New York vs. Homer Simpson"
9 Martin Sheen The real Seymour Skinner 180–902 4F23 "The Principal and the Pauper"[195]
9 Marcia Wallace Edna Krabappel 180–902 4F23 "The Principal and the Pauper"
9 Fyvush Finkel Himself playing Krusty 181–903 3G02 "Lisa's Sax"[196]
9 Marcia Wallace Edna Krabappel 182–904 5F02 "Treehouse of Horror VIII"
9 Roy Firestone Himself 184–906 5F03 "Bart Star"[197]
9 Mike Judge Hank Hill 184–906 5F03 "Bart Star"[197]
9 Joe Namath Himself 184–906 5F03 "Bart Star"[197]
9 Jan Hooks Manjula Nahasapeemapetilon 185–907 5F04 "The Two Mrs. Nahasapeemapetilons"[198]
9 Andrea Martin Apu's mother 185–907 5F04 "The Two Mrs. Nahasapeemapetilons"[198]
9 Marcia Wallace Edna Krabappel 185–907 5F04 "The Two Mrs. Nahasapeemapetilons"
9 Stephen Jay Gould Himself 186–908 5F05 "Lisa the Skeptic"[199]
9 Phil Hartman Lionel Hutz 186–908 5F05 "Lisa the Skeptic"[200]
9 Marcia Wallace Edna Krabappel 186–908 5F05 "Lisa the Skeptic"
9 Phil Hartman Lionel Hutz 187–909 5F06 "Realty Bites"[201]
9 Alex Trebek Himself 188–910 5F07 "Miracle on Evergreen Terrace"[202]
9 Marcia Wallace Edna Krabappel 188–910 5F07 "Miracle on Evergreen Terrace"
9 Jim Varney Cooder 190–912 5F08 "Bart Carny"[203]
9 Marcia Wallace Edna Krabappel 191–913 5F23 "The Joy of Sect"
9 Phil Hartman Troy McClure 192–914 5F11 "Das Bus"[204]
9 James Earl Jones Narrator 192–914 5F11 "Das Bus"[205]
9 Jack Ong Fisherman 192–914 5F11 "Das Bus"[204]
9 Bruce Baum Himself 193–915 5F10 "The Last Temptation of Krust"[206]
9 Janeane Garofalo Herself 193–915 5F10 "The Last Temptation of Krust"[206]
9 Bobcat Goldthwait Himself 193–915 5F10 "The Last Temptation of Krust"[206]
9 Jay Leno Himself 193–915 5F10 "The Last Temptation of Krust"[206]
9 Marcia Wallace Edna Krabappel 193–915 5F10 "The Last Temptation of Krust"[206]
9 Hank Williams, Jr. Sings "Canyonero!" 193–915 5F10 "The Last Temptation of Krust"[206]
9 Steven Wright Himself 193–915 5F10 "The Last Temptation of Krust"[206]
9 Helen Hunt Renee 194–916 5F12 "Dumbbell Indemnity"[207]
9 Marcia Wallace Edna Krabappel 194–916 5F12 "Dumbbell Indemnity"
9 Phil Hartman Troy McClure 195–917 4F24 "Lisa the Simpson"[208]
9 Phil Hartman Troy McClure 196–918 5F13 "This Little Wiggy"[209]
9 Marcia Wallace Edna Krabappel 196–918 5F13 "This Little Wiggy"
9 Michael Carrington Drill instructor 197–919 3G04 "Simpson Tide"[68]
9 Bob Denver Himself 197–919 3G04 "Simpson Tide"[210]
9 Rod Steiger Captain Tenille 197–919 3G04 "Simpson Tide"[210]
9 Marcia Wallace Edna Krabappel 198–920 5F14 "The Trouble with Trillions"
9 Paul Winfield Lucius Sweet 198–920 5F14 "The Trouble with Trillions"[211]
9 Marcia Wallace Edna Krabappel 199–921 5F15 "Girly Edition"
9 Steve Martin Ray Patterson 200–922 5F09 "Trash of the Titans"[212]
9 Paul McGuinness Himself 200–922 5F09 "Trash of the Titans"[213]
9 Susie Smith Herself 200–922 5F09 "Trash of the Titans"[213]
9 U2[L] Themselves 200–922 5F09 "Trash of the Titans"[212]
9 Marcia Wallace Edna Krabappel 200–922 5F09 "Trash of the Titans"
9 Brendan Fraser Brad 201–923 5F16 "King of the Hill"[214]
9 Steven Weber Neil 201–923 5F16 "King of the Hill"[214]
9 Marcia Wallace Edna Krabappel 202–924 5F17 "Lost Our Lisa"
9 Marcia Wallace Edna Krabappel 203–925 5F18 "Natural Born Kissers"
10 Lisa Kudrow Alex Whitney 204–1001 5F20 "Lard of the Dance"[215]
10 William Daniels KITT 205–1002 5F21 "The Wizard of Evergreen Terrace"[216]
10 Phil Hartman Troy McClure 206–1003 5F22 "Bart the Mother"[217]
10 Marcia Wallace Edna Krabappel 206–1003 5F22 "Bart the Mother"
10 Robert Englund Freddy Krueger 207–1004 AABF01 "Treehouse of Horror IX"[218]
10 Kathie Lee Gifford Herself (live action) 207–1004 AABF01 "Treehouse of Horror IX"[218]
10 Ed McMahon Himself 207–1004 AABF01 "Treehouse of Horror IX"[218]
10 Regis Philbin Himself (live action) 207–1004 AABF01 "Treehouse of Horror IX"[218]
10 Jerry Springer Himself 207–1004 AABF01 "Treehouse of Horror IX"[218]
10 Alec Baldwin Himself 208–1005 5F19 "When You Dish Upon a Star"[219]
10 Kim Basinger Herself 208–1005 5F19 "When You Dish Upon a Star"[219]
10 Brian Grazer Himself 208–1005 5F19 "When You Dish Upon a Star"[219]
10 Ron Howard Himself 208–1005 5F19 "When You Dish Upon a Star"[219]
10 George Carlin Munchie 209–1006 AABF02 "D'oh-in in the Wind"[220]
10 Martin Mull Seth 209–1006 AABF02 "D'oh-in in the Wind"[220]
10 Yo La Tengo Play the end credits 209–1006 AABF02 "D'oh-in in the Wind"[220]
10 Marcia Wallace Edna Krabappel 210–1007 AABF03 "Lisa Gets an "A""
10 Mark Hamill Himself
Leavelle
Theater owner
212–1009 AABF05 "Mayored to the Mob"[221]
[222]
10 Joe Mantegna Fat Tony 212–1009 AABF05 "Mayored to the Mob"[222]
10 Dick Tufeld Robot B-9 212–1009 AABF05 "Mayored to the Mob"[222]
10 Marcia Wallace Edna Krabappel 212–1009 AABF05 "Mayored to the Mob"
10 The Moody Blues[M] Themselves 213–1010 AABF06 "Viva Ned Flanders"[223]
10 Marcia Wallace Edna Krabappel 213–1010 AABF06 "Viva Ned Flanders"
10 Cyndi Lauper Herself 214–1011 AABF07 "Wild Barts Can't Be Broken"[224]
10 Franklin D. Roosevelt (archival) Himself 214–1011 AABF07 "Wild Barts Can't Be Broken"
10 Marcia Wallace Edna Krabappel 214–1011 AABF07 "Wild Barts Can't Be Broken"
10 Troy Aikman Himself 215–1012 AABF08 "Sunday, Cruddy Sunday"[225]
10 Rosey Grier Himself 215–1012 AABF08 "Sunday, Cruddy Sunday"[225]
10 John Madden Himself 215–1012 AABF08 "Sunday, Cruddy Sunday"[225]
10 Dan Marino Himself 215–1012 AABF08 "Sunday, Cruddy Sunday"[225]
10 Rupert Murdoch Himself 215–1012 AABF08 "Sunday, Cruddy Sunday"[225]
[226]
10 Dolly Parton Herself 215–1012 AABF08 "Sunday, Cruddy Sunday"[225]
10 Pat Summerall Himself 215–1012 AABF08 "Sunday, Cruddy Sunday"[225]
10 Fred Willard Wally Kogen 215–1012 AABF08 "Sunday, Cruddy Sunday"[225]
10 Ed Begley, Jr. Himself 216–1013 AABF09 "Homer to the Max"[227]
10 Jan Hooks Manjula Nahasapeemapetilon 217–1014 AABF11 "I'm with Cupid"[228]
10 Elton John Himself 217–1014 AABF11 "I'm with Cupid"[228]
10 Marcia Wallace Edna Krabappel 217–1014 AABF11 "I'm with Cupid"
10 John Kassir Possum 218–1015 AABF10 "Marge Simpson in: "Screaming Yellow Honkers""[68]
10 Marcia Wallace Edna Krabappel 218–1015 AABF10 "Marge Simpson in: "Screaming Yellow Honkers""
10 Hank Williams, Jr. Sings "Canyonero!" 218–1015 AABF10 "Marge Simpson in: "Screaming Yellow Honkers""[68]
10 Marcia Wallace Mrs. Krabapatra 221–1018 AABF14 "Simpsons Bible Stories"
10 Michael Dees Sings "Arrivederci Roma" 222–1019 AABF15 "Mom and Pop Art"
10 Jasper Johns Himself 222–1019 AABF15 "Mom and Pop Art"[229]
10 Isabella Rossellini Astrid Weller 222–1019 AABF15 "Mom and Pop Art"[229]
10 Marcia Wallace Edna Krabappel 222–1019 AABF15 "Mom and Pop Art"
10 Jack LaLanne Himself 223–1020 AABF16 "The Old Man and the "C" Student"[230]
10 NRBQ Sing "Can't Buy Me Love" 223–1020 AABF16 "The Old Man and the "C" Student"[230]
10 Michael McKean Jerry Rude 224–1021 AABF17 "Monty Can't Buy Me Love"[231]
10 Stephen Hawking Himself 225–1022 AABF18 "They Saved Lisa's Brain"[232]
10 Denice Kumagai Mother 226–1023 AABF20 "Thirty Minutes over Tokyo"[233]
10 Karen Maruyama Stewardess 226–1023 AABF20 "Thirty Minutes over Tokyo"[233]
10 George Takei Wink 226–1023 AABF20 "Thirty Minutes over Tokyo"[234]
10 Gedde Watanabe Waiter
Father
Toilet
226–1023 AABF20 "Thirty Minutes over Tokyo"[233]
10 Keone Young Sumo wrestler 226–1023 AABF20 "Thirty Minutes over Tokyo"[233]
11 Jack Burns Edward Christian 227–1101 AABF23 "Beyond Blunderdome"[235]
11 Mel Gibson Himself 227–1101 AABF23 "Beyond Blunderdome"[235]
11 Marcia Wallace Edna Krabappel 227–1101 AABF23 "Beyond Blunderdome"
11 Mark McGwire Himself 228–1102 AABF22 "Brother's Little Helper"[236]
11 Marcia Wallace Edna Krabappel 228–1102 AABF22 "Brother's Little Helper"
11 Edward Asner Newspaper editor 229–1103 AABF21 "Guess Who's Coming to Criticize Dinner?"[237]
11 Marcia Wallace Edna Krabappel 229–1103 AABF21 "Guess Who's Coming to Criticize Dinner?"
11 Tom Arnold Himself 230–1104 BABF01 "Treehouse of Horror X"[238]
11 Dick Clark Himself 230–1104 BABF01 "Treehouse of Horror X"[238]
11 Lucy Lawless Herself 230–1104 BABF01 "Treehouse of Horror X"[238]
11 Frank Welker Werewolf
Werewolf Flanders
230–1104 BABF01 "Treehouse of Horror X"[68]
11 The B-52's Sing "Glove Slap" (parody of the song Love Shack) 231–1105 AABF19 "E-I-E-I-(Annoyed Grunt)"[239]
11 Marcia Wallace Edna Krabappel 231–1105 AABF19 "E-I-E-I-(Annoyed Grunt)"
11 Frank Welker Various animals 231–1105 AABF19 "E-I-E-I-(Annoyed Grunt)"[68]
11 Ron Howard Himself 232–1106 BABF02 "Hello Gutter, Hello Fadder"[240]
11 Penn Jillette Himself 232–1106 BABF02 "Hello Gutter, Hello Fadder"[240]
11 Pat O'Brien Himself 232–1106 BABF02 "Hello Gutter, Hello Fadder"[240]
11 Nancy O'Dell Herself 232–1106 BABF02 "Hello Gutter, Hello Fadder"[240]
11 Teller Himself 232–1106 BABF02 "Hello Gutter, Hello Fadder"[240]
11 Marcia Wallace Edna Krabappel 232–1106 BABF02 "Hello Gutter, Hello Fadder"
11 Jan Hooks Manjula Nahasapeemapetilon 233–1107 BABF03 "Eight Misbehavin'"[241]
11 Garry Marshall Larry Kidkill 233–1107 BABF03 "Eight Misbehavin'"[241]
11 Butch Patrick Himself 233–1107 BABF03 "Eight Misbehavin'"[241]
11 Marcia Wallace Edna Krabappel 233–1107 BABF03 "Eight Misbehavin'"
11 Frank Welker Zoo animals 233–1107 BABF03 "Eight Misbehavin'"[242]
11 John Goodman Meathook 234–1108 BABF05 "Take My Wife, Sleaze"[243]
11 Jan Hooks Manjula Nahasapeemapetilon 234–1108 BABF05 "Take My Wife, Sleaze"[243]
11 Jay North Himself 234–1108 BABF05 "Take My Wife, Sleaze"[243]
11 NRBQ Perform various songs 234–1108 BABF05 "Take My Wife, Sleaze"[243]
11 Marcia Wallace Edna Krabappel 234–1108 BABF05 "Take My Wife, Sleaze"
11 Henry Winkler Ramrod 234–1108 BABF05 "Take My Wife, Sleaze"[243]
11 Clarence Clemons Narrator 235–1109 BABF07 "Grift of the Magi"[244]
11 Gary Coleman Himself 235–1109 BABF07 "Grift of the Magi"[244]
11 Joe Mantegna Fat Tony 235–1109 BABF07 "Grift of the Magi"[244]
11 Tim Robbins Jim Hope 235–1109 BABF07 "Grift of the Magi"[244]
11 Marcia Wallace Edna Krabappel 235–1109 BABF07 "Grift of the Magi"
11 Elwood Edwards Virtual doctor 236–1110 BABF04 "Little Big Mom"[245]
11 Marcia Wallace Edna Krabappel 236–1110 BABF04 "Little Big Mom"
11 Don Cheadle Brother Faith 237–1111 BABF06 "Faith Off"[246]
11 Joe Mantegna Fat Tony 237–1111 BABF06 "Faith Off"[246]
11 Marcia Wallace Edna Krabappel 237–1111 BABF06 "Faith Off"
11 Britney Spears Herself 238–1112 BABF08 "The Mansion Family"[247]
11 Randy Bachman Himself 239–1113 BABF09 "Saddlesore Galactica"[248]
11 Jim Cummings Duncan 239–1113 BABF09 "Saddlesore Galactica"[68]
11 Trevor Denman Track announcer 239–1113 BABF09 "Saddlesore Galactica"[248]
11 Fred Turner Himself 239–1113 BABF09 "Saddlesore Galactica"[248]
11 Shawn Colvin Rachel Jordan 240–1114 BABF10 "Alone Again, Natura-Diddily"[249]
11 Marcia Wallace Edna Krabappel 240–1114 BABF10 "Alone Again, Natura-Diddily"
11 Frank Welker Parrot 240–1114 BABF10 "Alone Again, Natura-Diddily"[68]
11 Betty White Herself 241–1115 BABF11 "Missionary: Impossible"[250]
11 Marcia Wallace Edna Krabappel 242–1116 BABF12 "Pygmoelian"
11 Marcia Wallace Edna Krabappel 244–1118 BABF14 "Days of Wine and D'oh'ses"
11 Diedrich Bader Sheriff 245–1119 BABF16 "Kill the Alligator and Run"[251]
11 Joe C. Himself 245–1119 BABF16 "Kill the Alligator and Run"[251]
11 Robert Evans Himself 245–1119 BABF16 "Kill the Alligator and Run"[251]
11 Kid Rock Himself 245–1119 BABF16 "Kill the Alligator and Run"[251]
11 Charlie Rose Himself 245–1119 BABF16 "Kill the Alligator and Run"[251]
11 Frank Welker Lion 246–1120 BABF15 "Last Tap Dance in Springfield"[68]
11 Parker Posey Becky 247–1121 BABF18 "It's a Mad, Mad, Mad, Mad Marge"[252]
11 Marcia Wallace Edna Krabappel 247–1121 BABF18 "It's a Mad, Mad, Mad, Mad Marge"
11 Marc Wilmore Dr. Wilmore 247–1121 BABF18 "It's a Mad, Mad, Mad, Mad Marge"[68]
11 Jim Forbes Narrator 248–1122 BABF19 "Behind the Laughter"[253]
11 Willie Nelson Himself 248–1122 BABF19 "Behind the Laughter"[253]
11 Marcia Wallace Edna Krabappel 248–1122 BABF19 "Behind the Laughter"
12 Frank Welker Dolphins 249–1201 BABF21 "Treehouse of Horror XI"
12 Gary Coleman Himself 250–1202 BABF20 "A Tale of Two Springfields"[254]
12 Marcia Wallace Edna Krabappel 250–1202 BABF20 "A Tale of Two Springfields"
12 Frank Welker Badger
Woodpecker
250–1202 BABF20 "A Tale of Two Springfields"[68]
12 The Who[N] Themselves 250–1202 BABF20 "A Tale of Two Springfields"[254]
12 Drew Barrymore Sophie 251–1203 BABF17 "Insane Clown Poppy"[255]
12 Stephen King Himself 251–1203 BABF17 "Insane Clown Poppy"[255]
12 Joe Mantegna Fat Tony 251–1203 BABF17 "Insane Clown Poppy"[255]
12 Jay Mohr Christopher Walken 251–1203 BABF17 "Insane Clown Poppy"[255]
12 Amy Tan Herself 251–1203 BABF17 "Insane Clown Poppy"[255]
12 John Updike Himself 251–1203 BABF17 "Insane Clown Poppy"[255]
12 Joshua Jackson Jesse Grass 252–1204 CABF01 "Lisa the Tree Hugger"[256]
12 Leeza Gibbons Herself 253–1205 CABF04 "Homer vs. Dignity"[257]
12 Marcia Wallace Edna Krabappel 253–1205 CABF04 "Homer vs. Dignity"
12 Patrick McGoohan Number Six 254–1206 CABF02 "The Computer Wore Menace Shoes"[258]
12 Marcia Wallace Edna Krabappel 254–1206 CABF02 "The Computer Wore Menace Shoes"
12 Edward Norton Devon Bradley 255–1207 CABF03 "The Great Money Caper"[259]
12 Marcia Wallace Edna Krabappel 256–1208 CABF06 "Skinner's Sense of Snow"
12 Michael Keaton Jack Crowley 258–1210 CABF05 "Pokey Mom"[260]
12 Charles Napier Warden 258–1210 CABF05 "Pokey Mom"[260]
12 Robert Schimmel Convict 258–1210 CABF05 "Pokey Mom"[260]
12 Bruce Vilanch Himself 258–1210 CABF05 "Pokey Mom"[260]
12 Marcia Wallace Edna Krabappel 258–1210 CABF05 "Pokey Mom"
12 Neil Armstrong (archival) Himself 259–1211 CABF08 "Worst Episode Ever"
12 Johnnie Cochran (archival) Himself 259–1211 CABF08 "Worst Episode Ever"
12 Richard Nixon (archival) Himself 259–1211 CABF08 "Worst Episode Ever"
12 Tom Savini Himself 259–1211 CABF08 "Worst Episode Ever"[261]
12 Andre Agassi Himself 260–1212 CABF07 "Tennis the Menace"[262]
12 Pete Sampras Himself 260–1212 CABF07 "Tennis the Menace"[262]
12 Marcia Wallace Edna Krabappel 260–1212 CABF07 "Tennis the Menace"
12 Serena Williams Herself 260–1212 CABF07 "Tennis the Menace"[262]
12 Venus Williams Herself 260–1212 CABF07 "Tennis the Menace"[262]
12 Gary Coleman Himself 261–1213 CABF10 "Day of the Jackanapes"[263]
12 Kelsey Grammer Sideshow Bob 261–1213 CABF10 "Day of the Jackanapes"[263]
12 'N Sync[O] Themselves 262–1214 CABF12 "New Kids on the Blecch"[264]
12 Stacy Keach Howard K. Duff VIII 263–1215 CABF09 "Hungry, Hungry Homer"[265]
12 Marcia Wallace Edna Krabappel 263–1215 CABF09 "Hungry, Hungry Homer"
12 Kathy Griffin Francine 264–1216 CABF11 "Bye Bye Nerdie"[266]
12 Jan Hooks Manjula Nahasapeemapetilon 264–1216 CABF11 "Bye Bye Nerdie"[266]
12 Marcia Wallace Edna Krabappel 264–1216 CABF11 "Bye Bye Nerdie"
12 Frank Welker Various animals 265–1217 CABF13 "Simpson Safari"[68]
12 Joe Mantegna Fat Tony 266–1218 CABF14 "Trilogy of Error"[267]
12 Frankie Muniz Thelonius 266–1218 CABF14 "Trilogy of Error"[267]
12 Shawn Colvin Rachel Jordan 267–1219 CABF15 "I'm Goin' to Praiseland"[268]
12 Marcia Wallace Edna Krabappel 267–1219 CABF15 "I'm Goin' to Praiseland"
12 Marcia Wallace Edna Krabappel 269–1221 CABF17 "Simpsons Tall Tales"
12 Frank Welker Babe, the Blue Ox
Various animals
269–1221 CABF17 "Simpsons Tall Tales"[68]
13 Pierce Brosnan Ultrahouse's Pierce Brosnan voice
Himself
270–1301 CABF19 "Treehouse of Horror XII"[269]
13 Matthew Perry Ultrahouse's Matthew Perry voice 270–1301 CABF19 "Treehouse of Horror XII"[269]
13 Marcia Wallace Edna Krabappel 270–1301 CABF19 "Treehouse of Horror XII"
13 Jess Harnell Various animals 271–1302 CABF22 "The Parent Rap"[68]
13 Jane Kaczmarek Judge Constance Harm 271–1302 CABF22 "The Parent Rap"[270]
13 Marcia Wallace Edna Krabappel 271–1302 CABF22 "The Parent Rap"
13 R.E.M.[P] Themselves 272–1303 CABF20 "Homer the Moe"[271]
13 Julia Louis-Dreyfus Gloria 273–1304 CABF18 "A Hunka Hunka Burns in Love"[272]
13 George Takei Waiter 273–1304 CABF18 "A Hunka Hunka Burns in Love"[272]
13 Joe Mantegna Fat Tony 274–1305 CABF21 "The Blunder Years"[273]
13 Paul Newman Himself 274–1305 CABF21 "The Blunder Years"[273]
13 Judith Owen Herself 274–1305 CABF21 "The Blunder Years"[273]
13 Richard Gere Himself 275–1306 DABF02 "She of Little Faith"[274]
13 Jane Kaczmarek Judge Constance Harm 276–1307 DABF01 "Brawl in the Family"[275]
13 Delroy Lindo Gabriel 276–1307 DABF01 "Brawl in the Family"[275]
13 Ben Stiller Garth Motherloving 277–1308 DABF03 "Sweets and Sour Marge"[276]
13 Dana Gould Producer 278–1309 DABF05 "Jaws Wired Shut"[68]
13 John Kassir Various Animals 278–1309 DABF05 "Jaws Wired Shut"[68]
13 Jon Lovitz Artie Ziff 279–1310 DABF04 "Half-Decent Proposal"[277]
13 Marcia Wallace Edna Krabappel 279–1310 DABF04 "Half-Decent Proposal"
13 Wolfgang Puck Himself 280–1311 DABF06 "The Bart Wants What It Wants"[278]
13 Reese Witherspoon Greta Wolfcastle 280–1311 DABF06 "The Bart Wants What It Wants"[278]
13 Dennis Weaver Buck McCoy 281–1312 DABF07 "The Lastest Gun in the West"[279]
13 Frank Welker Dog 281–1312 DABF07 "The Lastest Gun in the West"[279]
13 Olympia Dukakis Zelda 282–1313 DABF09 "The Old Man and the Key"[280]
13 Bill Saluga Ray J. Johnson 282–1313 DABF09 "The Old Man and the Key"[280]
13 Sally Stevens Sings "Island of Sirens" (parody of the song Copacabana) 283–1314 DABF08 "Tales from the Public Domain"
13 Phish[Q] Themselves 285–1316 DABF11 "Weekend at Burnsie's"[281]
13 Stan Lee Himself 287–1318 DABF13 "I Am Furious (Yellow)"[282]
13 Marcia Wallace Edna Krabappel 287–1318 DABF13 "I Am Furious (Yellow)"
13 James Lipton Himself 288–1319 DABF14 "The Sweetest Apu"[283]
13 Robert Pinsky Himself 289–1320 DABF15 "Little Girl in the Big Ten"[284]
13 Carmen Electra Herself 290–1321 DABF16 "The Frying Game"[285]
13 Frances Sternhagen Mrs. Bellamy 290–1321 DABF16 "The Frying Game"[285]
13 Joe Mantegna Fat Tony 291–1322 DABF17 "Poppa's Got a Brand New Badge"[286]
13 Marcia Wallace Edna Krabappel 291–1322 DABF17 "Poppa's Got a Brand New Badge"
14 Elvis Costello Himself 293–1402 DABF22 "How I Spent My Strummer Vacation"[287]
14 Mick Jagger Himself 293–1402 DABF22 "How I Spent My Strummer Vacation"[287]
14 Lenny Kravitz Himself 293–1402 DABF22 "How I Spent My Strummer Vacation"[287]
14 Tom Petty Himself 293–1402 DABF22 "How I Spent My Strummer Vacation"[287]
14 Keith Richards Himself 293–1402 DABF22 "How I Spent My Strummer Vacation"[287]
14 Brian Setzer Himself 293–1402 DABF22 "How I Spent My Strummer Vacation"[287]
14 Marcia Wallace Edna Krabappel 293–1402 DABF22 "How I Spent My Strummer Vacation"
14 Tony Bennett Sings "Capital City" 294–1403 DABF20 "Bart vs. Lisa vs. the Third Grade"[288]
14 Marcia Wallace Edna Krabappel 294–1403 DABF20 "Bart vs. Lisa vs. the Third Grade"
14 Baha Men[R] Themselves 295–1404 DABF18 "Large Marge"[289]
14 Jan Hooks Manjula Nahasapeemapetilon 295–1404 DABF18 "Large Marge"[289]
14 Marcia Wallace Edna Krabappel 295–1404 DABF18 "Large Marge"
14 Burt Ward Robin 295–1404 DABF18 "Large Marge"[289]
14 Adam West Batman 295–1404 DABF18 "Large Marge"[289]
14 Larry Holmes Himself 296–1405 DABF21 "Helter Shelter"[290]
14 David Lander Himself 296–1405 DABF21 "Helter Shelter"[290]
14 Kelsey Grammer Sideshow Bob 297–1406 EABF01 "The Great Louse Detective"[291]
14 Sally Stevens Sings "The Way We Were" 297–1406 EABF01 "The Great Louse Detective"[291]
14 Little Richard Himself 298–1407 EABF02 "Special Edna"[292]
14 Marcia Wallace Edna Krabappel 298–1407 EABF02 "Special Edna"
14 Elliott Gould Himself 299–1408 EABF03 "The Dad Who Knew Too Little"[293]
14 Pamela Reed Ruth Powers 300–1409 EABF04 "Strong Arms of the Ma"[294]
14 Lisa Leslie Herself 301–1410 EABF06 "Pray Anything"[295]
14 Blink-182[S] Themselves 302–1411 EABF05 "Barting Over"[296]
14 Tony Hawk Himself 302–1411 EABF05 "Barting Over"[296]
14 Jane Kaczmarek Judge Constance Harm 302–1411 EABF05 "Barting Over"[296]
14 Marcia Wallace Edna Krabappel 302–1411 EABF05 "Barting Over"
14 George Plimpton Himself 303–1412 EABF07 "I'm Spelling as Fast as I Can"[297]
14 James L. Brooks Himself 304–1413 EABF08 "A Star Is Born Again"[298]
14 Helen Fielding Herself 304–1413 EABF08 "A Star Is Born Again"[298]
14 Gene Merlino Sings "Jellyfish" 304–1413 EABF08 "A Star Is Born Again"
14 Marisa Tomei Sara Sloane 304–1413 EABF08 "A Star Is Born Again"[298]
14 Marcia Wallace Edna Krabappel 304–1413 EABF08 "A Star Is Born Again"
14 Joe Mantegna Fat Tony 305–1414 EABF09 "Mr. Spritz Goes to Washington"[299]
14 Eric Idle Declan Desmond 307–1416 EABF11 "'Scuse Me While I Miss the Sky"[300]
14 Joe Mantegna Fat Tony 307–1416 EABF11 "'Scuse Me While I Miss the Sky"[300]
14 Marcia Wallace Edna Krabappel 307–1416 EABF11 "'Scuse Me While I Miss the Sky"
14 Terry W. Greene Large Gay Military Man 308–1417 EABF12 "Three Gays of the Condo"
14 Ben Schatz Himself 308–1417 EABF12 "Three Gays of the Condo"[301]
14 Scott Thompson Grady 308–1417 EABF12 "Three Gays of the Condo"[301]
14 "Weird Al" Yankovic Himself 308–1417 EABF12 "Three Gays of the Condo"[301]
14 David Byrne Himself 309–1418 EABF13 "Dude, Where's My Ranch?"[302]
14 Andy Serkis Cleanie 309–1418 EABF13 "Dude, Where's My Ranch?"[302]
14 Jonathan Taylor Thomas Luke Stetson 309–1418 EABF13 "Dude, Where's My Ranch?"[302]
14 Stacy Keach Howard K. Duff VII 310–1419 EABF14 "Old Yeller Belly"[303]
14 John Kassir Various animals 310–1419 EABF14 "Old Yeller Belly"[68]
14 Jackson Browne Himself 311–1420 EABF15 "Brake My Wife, Please"[304]
14 Steve Buscemi Himself 311–1420 EABF15 "Brake My Wife, Please"[304]
14 Jane Kaczmarek Judge Constance Harm 311–1420 EABF15 "Brake My Wife, Please"[304]
14 Marcia Wallace Edna Krabappel 311–1420 EABF15 "Brake My Wife, Please"
14 Joe Mantegna Fat Tony 313–1422 EABF17 "Moe Baby Blues"[305]
15 Oscar De La Hoya Himself 314–1501 EABF21 "Treehouse of Horror XIV"[306]
15 Jennifer Garner Herself 314–1501 EABF21 "Treehouse of Horror XIV"[306]
15 Dudley R. Herschbach Himself 314–1501 EABF21 "Treehouse of Horror XIV"[306]
15 Jerry Lewis Professor John Frink Sr. 314–1501 EABF21 "Treehouse of Horror XIV"[306]
15 Glenn Close Mona Simpson 315–1502 EABF18 "My Mother the Carjacker"[307]
15 Michael Moore Himself 316–1503 EABF20 "The President Wore Pearls"[308]
15 Marcia Wallace Edna Krabappel 316–1503 EABF20 "The President Wore Pearls"
15 Tony Blair Himself 317–1504 EABF22 "The Regina Monologues"[309]
15 Jane Leeves Edwina 317–1504 EABF22 "The Regina Monologues"[309]
15 Evan Marriott Himself 317–1504 EABF22 "The Regina Monologues"[309]
15 Ian McKellen Himself 317–1504 EABF22 "The Regina Monologues"[309]
15 J. K. Rowling Herself 317–1504 EABF22 "The Regina Monologues"[309]
15 Charles Napier Grant Connor 318–1505 EABF19 "The Fat and the Furriest"[310]
15 Jackie Mason Rabbi Hyman Krustofsky 319–1506 FABF01 "Today I Am A Clown"[311]
15 Mr. T Himself 319–1506 FABF01 "Today I Am A Clown"[311]
15 Jim Gilstrap Soulful Prune 320–1507 FABF02 "'Tis the Fifteenth Season"[68]
15 Marcia Wallace Edna Krabappel 321–1508 FABF03 "Marge vs. Singles, Seniors, Childless Couples and Teens and Gays"
15 Tom Clancy Himself 323–1510 FABF05 "Diatribe of a Mad Housewife"[312]
15 Ashley Olsen Herself 323–1510 FABF05 "Diatribe of a Mad Housewife"[312]
15 Mary-Kate Olsen Herself 323–1510 FABF05 "Diatribe of a Mad Housewife"[312]
15 Thomas Pynchon Himself 323–1510 FABF05 "Diatribe of a Mad Housewife"[312]
15 Nick Bakay Salem Saberhagen 325–1512 FABF07 "Milhouse Doesn't Live Here Anymore"[313]
15 William Daniels KITT 325–1512 FABF07 "Milhouse Doesn't Live Here Anymore"[313]
15 Isabel Sanford Herself 325–1512 FABF07 "Milhouse Doesn't Live Here Anymore"[313]
15 Dick Tufeld Robot B-9 325–1512 FABF07 "Milhouse Doesn't Live Here Anymore"[313]
15 Marcia Wallace Edna Krabappel 325–1512 FABF07 "Milhouse Doesn't Live Here Anymore"
15 Simon Cowell Henry 326–1513 FABF09 "Smart and Smarter"[314]
15 Jon Lovitz Artie Ziff
Jay Sherman
Llewelyn Sinclair
Aristotle Amadopoulis
Professor Lombardo
327–1514 FABF08 "The Ziff Who Came to Dinner"[315]
15 Brave Combo Play the end credits 328–1515 FABF10 "Co-Dependent's Day"[316]
15 Marcia Wallace Edna Krabappel 328–1515 FABF10 "Co-Dependent's Day"
15 Sarah Michelle Gellar Gina Vendetti 329–1516 FABF11 "The Wandering Juvie"[317]
15 Jane Kaczmarek Judge Constance Harm 329–1516 FABF11 "The Wandering Juvie"[317]
15 Charles Napier Warden 329–1516 FABF11 "The Wandering Juvie"[317]
15 Marcia Wallace Edna Krabappel 329–1516 FABF11 "The Wandering Juvie"
15 Matt Groening Himself 330–1517 FABF12 "My Big Fat Geek Wedding"[318]
15 Marcia Wallace Edna Krabappel 330–1517 FABF12 "My Big Fat Geek Wedding"
15 Mark Campbell Country singer 332–1519 FABF15 "Simple Simpson"[68]
15 Nichelle Nichols Herself 332–1519 FABF15 "Simple Simpson"[68][319]
15 Marcia Wallace Edna Krabappel 334–1521 FABF17 "The Bart-Mangled Banner"
16 Marie Cain Sings "I've Got You Under My Skin" 336–1601 FABF23 "Treehouse of Horror XV"
16 James Caan Himself 337–1602 FABF20 "All's Fair in Oven War"[320]
16 Thomas Pynchon Himself 337–1602 FABF20 "All's Fair in Oven War"[320]
16 Marcia Wallace Edna Krabappel 337–1602 FABF20 "All's Fair in Oven War"
16 Marcia Wallace Edna Krabappel 338–1603 FABF19 "Sleeping with the Enemy"
16 Kim Cattrall Chloe Talbot 339–1604 FABF22 "She Used to Be My Girl"[321]
16 Michael Dees Sings "Too-Ra-Loo-Ra-Loo-Ral (That's an Irish Lullaby)" 339–1604 FABF22 "She Used to Be My Girl"
16 Terry W. Greene Sgt. Activity 340–1605 FABF21 "Fat Man and Little Boy"
16 Eric Idle Declan Desmond 340–1605 FABF21 "Fat Man and Little Boy"[322]
16 Tom Brady Himself 343–1608 GABF02 "Homer and Ned's Hail Mary Pass"[323]
16 LeBron James Himself 343–1608 GABF02 "Homer and Ned's Hail Mary Pass"[323]
16 Michelle Kwan Herself 343–1608 GABF02 "Homer and Ned's Hail Mary Pass"[323]
16 Warren Sapp Himself 343–1608 GABF02 "Homer and Ned's Hail Mary Pass"[323]
16 Yao Ming Himself 343–1608 GABF02 "Homer and Ned's Hail Mary Pass"[323]
16 50 Cent Himself 344–1609 GABF03 "Pranksta Rap"[324]
16 Dana Gould Barney Fife 344–1609 GABF03 "Pranksta Rap"
16 Marcia Wallace Edna Krabappel 345–1610 GABF04 "There's Something About Marrying"
16 Gary Busey Himself 346–1611 GABF05 "On a Clear Day I Can't See My Sister"[325]
16 Jane Kaczmarek Judge Constance Harm 346–1611 GABF05 "On a Clear Day I Can't See My Sister"[325]
16 Marcia Wallace Edna Krabappel 346–1611 GABF05 "On a Clear Day I Can't See My Sister"
16 Lucy Liu Madam Wu 347–1612 GABF06 "Goo Goo Gai Pan"[326]
16 Robert Wagner Himself 347–1612 GABF06 "Goo Goo Gai Pan"[326]
16 Frank Gehry Himself 349–1614 GABF08 "The Seven-Beer Snitch"[327]
16 Joe Mantegna Fat Tony 349–1614 GABF08 "The Seven-Beer Snitch"[327]
16 Charles Napier Officer Krackney 349–1614 GABF08 "The Seven-Beer Snitch"[327]
16 John DiMaggio Bender 350–1615 GABF12 "Future-Drama"[328]
16 Amy Poehler Jenda 350–1615 GABF12 "Future-Drama"[328]
16 Marcia Wallace Edna Krabappel 350–1615 GABF12 "Future-Drama"
16 Stephen Hawking Himself 351–1616 GABF10 "Don't Fear the Roofer"[329]
16 Ray Romano Ray Magini 351–1616 GABF10 "Don't Fear the Roofer"[329]
16 Albert Brooks Tab Spangler
Jacques
352–1617 GABF11 "The Heartbroke Kid"[330]
16 Marcia Wallace Edna Krabappel 352–1617 GABF11 "The Heartbroke Kid"
16 Fantasia Barrino Clarissa Wellington 353–1618 GABF13 "A Star Is Torn"[331]
16 Baha Men Sing "Who Wants a Haircut?" (parody of the song Who Let the Dogs Out?) 354–1619 GABF14 "Thank God, It's Doomsday"[332]
16 Los Lobos Play end credits 354–1619 GABF14 "Thank God, It's Doomsday"[333]
16 Jason Bateman Himself 355–1620 GABF15 "Home Away from Homer"[334]
16 Liam Neeson Father Sean 356–1621 GABF09 "The Father, the Son, and the Holy Guest Star"[335]
16 Marcia Wallace Edna Krabappel 356–1621 GABF09 "The Father, the Son, and the Holy Guest Star"
17 Alec Baldwin Caleb Thorn 357–1701 GABF18 "Bonfire of the Manatees"[336]
17 Joe Mantegna Fat Tony 357–1701 GABF18 "Bonfire of the Manatees"[336]
17 Terry Bradshaw Himself 360–1704 GABF17 "Treehouse of Horror XVI"[337]
17 Terry W. Greene Lava-tron 360–1704 GABF17 "Treehouse of Horror XVI"
17 Dennis Rodman Himself 360–1704 GABF17 "Treehouse of Horror XVI"[337]
17 Lily Tomlin Tammy 363–1707 GABF22 "The Last of the Red Hat Mamas"[338]
17 Maria Grazia Cucinotta Francesca Terwilliger 364–1708 HABF02 "The Italian Bob"[339]
17 Kelsey Grammer Sideshow Bob 364–1708 HABF02 "The Italian Bob"[339]
17 Marcia Wallace Edna Krabappel 364–1708 HABF02 "The Italian Bob"
17 Joe Frazier Himself 366–1710 HABF03 "Homer's Paternity Coot"[340]
17 William H. Macy Himself 366–1710 HABF03 "Homer's Paternity Coot"[340]
17 Michael York Mason Fairbanks 366–1710 HABF03 "Homer's Paternity Coot"[340]
17 Marcia Wallace Edna Krabappel 367–1711 HABF04 "We're on the Road to D'ohwhere"
17 Marcia Wallace Edna Krabappel 368–1712 HABF05 "My Fair Laddy"
17 Michael Dees Sings "Fly Me to the Moon" 369–1713 HABF06 "The Seemingly Never-Ending Story"
17 Maurice LaMarche Commander McBragg 369–1713 HABF06 "The Seemingly Never-Ending Story"[341]
17 Marcia Wallace Edna Krabappel 369–1713 HABF06 "The Seemingly Never-Ending Story"
17 Antonio Fargas Huggy Bear 370–1714 HABF07 "Bart Has Two Mommies"[342]
17 Randy Johnson Himself 370–1714 HABF07 "Bart Has Two Mommies"[342]
17 Susan Sarandon Herself 370–1714 HABF07 "Bart Has Two Mommies"[342]
17 Dave Thomas Bob Hope 370–1714 HABF07 "Bart Has Two Mommies"[342]
17 Ricky Gervais Charles Heathbar 371–1715 HABF08 "Homer Simpson, This Is Your Wife"[343]
17 Marcia Wallace Edna Krabappel 371–1715 HABF08 "Homer Simpson, This Is Your Wife"
17 Michael Carrington Sports anchor #2 372–1716 HABF09 "Million Dollar Abie"[68]
17 Rob Reiner Himself 372–1716 HABF09 "Million Dollar Abie"[344]
17 Richard Dean Anderson Himself 373–1717 HABF10 "Kiss Kiss, Bang Bangalore"[345]
17 Meher Tatna Indian passenger 373–1717 HABF10 "Kiss Kiss, Bang Bangalore"[68]
17 Amick Byram Singing Itchy 375–1719 HABF12 "Girls Just Want to Have Sums"
17 Jim Gilstrap Wise Old Cat singer 375–1719 HABF12 "Girls Just Want to Have Sums"[68]
17 Bob Joyce Singing Scratchy 375–1719 HABF12 "Girls Just Want to Have Sums"
17 Frances McDormand Melanie Upfoot 375–1719 HABF12 "Girls Just Want to Have Sums"[346]
17 Sally Stevens Singing Female Cat 375–1719 HABF12 "Girls Just Want to Have Sums"
17 Marcia Wallace Edna Krabappel 375–1719 HABF12 "Girls Just Want to Have Sums"
17 Oren Waters Singing Male Cat 375–1719 HABF12 "Girls Just Want to Have Sums"
17 Sal Bando Himself 376–1720 HABF13 "Regarding Margie"[347]
17 Gene Tenace Himself 376–1720 HABF13 "Regarding Margie"[347]
17 Marcia Wallace Edna Krabappel 376–1720 HABF13 "Regarding Margie
17 Melanie Griffith Herself 377–1721 HABF14 "The Monkey Suit"[348]
17 Larry Hagman Wallace Brady 377–1721 HABF14 "The Monkey Suit"[348]
17 Stacy Keach Howard K. Duff VII 378–1722 HABF16 "Marge and Homer Turn a Couple Play"[349]
17 Mandy Moore Tabitha Vixx 378–1722 HABF16 "Marge and Homer Turn a Couple Play"[349]
18 Michael Imperioli Dante Calabresis Jr. 379–1801 HABF15 "The Mook, the Chef, the Wife and Her Homer"[350]
18 Joe Mantegna Fat Tony 379–1801 HABF15 "The Mook, the Chef, the Wife and Her Homer"[350]
18 Metallica[T] Themselves 379–1801 HABF15 "The Mook, the Chef, the Wife and Her Homer"[350]
18 Joe Pantoliano Dante Calabresis 379–1801 HABF15 "The Mook, the Chef, the Wife and Her Homer"[350]
18 Larina Jean Adamson Waitress 380–1802 HABF18 "Jazzy and the Pussycats"
18 The White Stripes[U] Themselves 380–1802 HABF18 "Jazzy and the Pussycats"[351]
18 Fran Drescher Female Golem 382–1804 HABF17 "Treehouse of Horror XVII"[352]
18 Maurice LaMarche Orson Welles 382–1804 HABF17 "Treehouse of Horror XVII"[352]
18 Richard Lewis Male Golem 382–1804 HABF17 "Treehouse of Horror XVII"[352]
18 Phil McGraw Himself 382–1804 HABF17 "Treehouse of Horror XVII"[352]
18 Sir Mix-a-Lot Sings "Baby Likes Fat" (parody of the song Baby Got Back) 382–1804 HABF17 "Treehouse of Horror XVII"[352]
18 Marcia Wallace Edna Krabappel 382–1804 HABF17 "Treehouse of Horror XVII"
18 Maurice LaMarche Recruiter #2 383–1805 HABF21 "G.I. (Annoyed Grunt)"[353]
18 Kiefer Sutherland Colonel 383–1805 HABF21 "G.I. (Annoyed Grunt)"[353]
18 Michael Chabon Himself 384–1806 HABF19 "Moe'N'a Lisa"[354]
18 Jonathan Franzen Himself 384–1806 HABF19 "Moe'N'a Lisa"[354]
18 J. K. Simmons J. Jonah Jameson 384–1806 HABF19 "Moe'N'a Lisa"[354]
18 Gore Vidal Himself 384–1806 HABF19 "Moe'N'a Lisa"[354]
18 Tom Wolfe Himself 384–1806 HABF19 "Moe'N'a Lisa"[354]
18 Elvis Stojko Himself 387–1809 JABF01 "Kill Gil, Volumes I & II"[355]
18 Dana Gould Rotting Pelican Crewman 388–1810 JABF03 "The Wife Aquatic"
18 Maurice LaMarche Billy
Oceanographer
388–1810 JABF03 "The Wife Aquatic"[356]
18 Sab Shimono Japanese fisherman 388–1810 JABF03 "The Wife Aquatic"[356]
18 Natalie Portman Darcy 390–1812 JABF04 "Little Big Girl"[357]
18 Eric Idle Declan Desmond 391–1813 JABF07 "Springfield Up"[358]
18 Peter Bogdanovich Psychologist 392–1814 JABF09 "Yokel Chords"[359]
18 Andy Dick Himself 392–1814 JABF09 "Yokel Chords"[359]
18 James Patterson Himself 392–1814 JABF09 "Yokel Chords"[359]
18 Meg Ryan Dr. Stacy Swanson 392–1814 JABF09 "Yokel Chords"[359]
18 Stephen Sondheim Himself 392–1814 JABF09 "Yokel Chords"[359]
18 Marcia Wallace Edna Krabappel 392–1814 JABF09 "Yokel Chords"
18 Jane Kaczmarek Judge Constance Harm 393–1815 JABF08 "Rome-old and Juli-eh"[360]
18 Jon Lovitz Enrico Irritazio 394–1816 JABF06 "Homerazzi"[361]
18 J. K. Simmons Tabloid editor 394–1816 JABF06 "Homerazzi"[361]
18 Betty White Herself 394–1816 JABF06 "Homerazzi"[361]
18 Ronaldo Himself 395–1817 JABF10 "Marge Gamer"[362]
18 Marcia Wallace Edna Krabappel 395–1817 JABF10 "Marge Gamer"
18 Rudy Giuliani[V] Himself 398–1818 JABF12 "Stop or My Dog Will Shoot"[363]
18 Stephen Hawking Himself 398–1818 JABF12 "Stop or My Dog Will Shoot"[364]
18 Maurice LaMarche Farmer 398–1818 JABF12 "Stop or My Dog Will Shoot"[364]
18 Marcia Wallace Edna Krabappel 398–1818 JABF12 "Stop or My Dog Will Shoot"
18 Mary Lynn Rajskub Chloe O'Brian 399–1821 JABF14 "24 Minutes"[365]
18 Kiefer Sutherland Jack Bauer 399–1821 JABF14 "24 Minutes"[365]
18 Maurice LaMarche Fox announcer 400–1822 JABF15 "You Kent Always Say What You Want"[366]
18 Ludacris Himself 400–1822 JABF15 "You Kent Always Say What You Want"[366]
Movie Albert Brooks Russ Cargill M1 &
The Simpsons Movie[367]
Movie Green Day[W] Themselves M1 &
The Simpsons Movie[367]
Movie Tom Hanks Himself M1 &
The Simpsons Movie[367]
Movie Joe Mantegna Fat Tony M1 &
The Simpsons Movie[367]
Movie Philip Rosenthal TV Dad M1 &
The Simpsons Movie[367]
Movie Marcia Wallace Edna Krabappel M1 &
The Simpsons Movie[367]
19 Stephen Colbert Colby Kraus 401–1901 JABF20 "He Loves to Fly and He D'ohs"[368]
19 Lionel Richie Himself 401–1901 JABF20 "He Loves to Fly and He D'ohs"[368]
19 Plácido Domingo Himself 402–1902 JABF18 "Homer of Seville"[369]
19 Maya Rudolph Julia 402–1902 JABF18 "Homer of Seville"[369]
19 Matt Dillon Louie 403–1903 JABF21 "Midnight Towboy"[370]
19 Steve Buscemi Dwight David Diddlehoffer 404–1904 JABF19 "I Don't Wanna Know Why the Caged Bird Sings"[371]
19 Julia Louis-Dreyfus Gloria 404–1904 JABF19 "I Don't Wanna Know Why the Caged Bird Sings"[371]
19 Ted Nugent Himself 404–1904 JABF19 "I Don't Wanna Know Why the Caged Bird Sings"[371]
19 Maurice LaMarche Government Official 405–1905 JABF16 "Treehouse of Horror XVIII"[68]
19 Jack Black Milo 407–1907 JABF17 "Husbands and Knives"[372][373]
19 Daniel Clowes Himself 407–1907 JABF17 "Husbands and Knives"[372][373]
19 Maurice LaMarche Jock 407–1907 JABF17 "Husbands and Knives"[372][373]
19 Sang Am Lee Korean singer 407–1907 JABF17 "Husbands and Knives"[372][373]
19 Alan Moore Himself 407–1907 JABF17 "Husbands and Knives"[372][373]
19 Art Spiegelman Himself 407–1907 JABF17 "Husbands and Knives"[372][373]
19 Kelsey Grammer Sideshow Bob 408–1908 KABF01 "Funeral for a Fiend"[374]
19 John Mahoney Dr. Robert Terwilliger, Sr. 408–1908 KABF01 "Funeral for a Fiend"[374]
19 Keith Olbermann Himself 408–1908 KABF01 "Funeral for a Fiend"[374]
19 David Hyde Pierce Cecil Terwilliger 408–1908 KABF01 "Funeral for a Fiend"[374]
19 Dan Rather Himself 410–1910 KABF03 "E Pluribus Wiggum"[375]
19 Jon Stewart Himself 410–1910 KABF03 "E Pluribus Wiggum"[375]
19 Michael Dees Sings "Winter Wonderland" 411–1911 KABF04 "That '90s Show"
19 Kurt Loder Himself 411–1911 KABF04 "That '90s Show"[376]
19 "Weird Al" Yankovic Himself 411–1911 KABF04 "That 90's Show"[376]
19 Topher Grace Donny 413–1913 KABF06 "The Debarted"[377]
19 Terry Gross Herself 413–1913 KABF06 "The Debarted"[377]
19 Marcia Wallace Edna Krabappel 413–1913 KABF06 "The Debarted"[377]
19 Marcia Wallace Edna Krabappel 414–1914 KABF07 "Dial "N" for Nerder"
19 Beverly D'Angelo Lurleen Lumpkin 416–1916 KABF09 "Papa Don't Leech"[378]
19 Dixie Chicks[X] Themselves 416–1916 KABF09 "Papa Don't Leech"[378]
19 Zooey Deschanel Mary Spuckler 417–1917 KABF10 "Apocalypse Cow"[379]
19 Jim Jarmusch Himself 418–1918 KABF11 "Any Given Sundance"[380]
19 John C. Reilly Himself 418–1918 KABF11 "Any Given Sundance"[380]
19 Lance Armstrong Himself 419–1919 KABF12 "Mona Leaves-a"[381]
19 Glenn Close Mona Simpson 419–1919 KABF12 "Mona Leaves-a"[381]
19 Drew Carey Himself 420–1920 KABF13 "All About Lisa"[382]
20 Robert Forster Lucky Jim 421–2001 KABF17 "Sex, Pies and Idiot Scrapes"[383]
20 Julia Louis-Dreyfus Gloria 421–2001 KABF17 "Sex, Pies and Idiot Scrapes"[383]
20 Joe Mantegna Fat Tony 421–2001 KABF17 "Sex, Pies and Idiot Scrapes"[383]
20 Brian Grazer Himself 422–2002 KABF15 "Lost Verizon"[384]
20 Denis Leary Himself 422–2002 KABF15 "Lost Verizon"[384]
20 Joe Montana Himself 423–2003 KABF14 "Double, Double, Boy in Trouble"[385]
20 Marcia Wallace Edna Krabappel 424–2004 KABF16 "Treehouse of Horror XIX"
20 Maurice LaMarche Toucan Sam
Cap'n Crunch
Trix Rabbit
425–2005 KABF18 "Dangerous Curves"[386]
20 Merl Reagle Himself 426–2006 KABF19 "Homer and Lisa Exchange Cross Words"[387]
20 Will Shortz Himself 426–2006 KABF19 "Homer and Lisa Exchange Cross Words"[387]
20 Scott Thompson Grady 426–2006 KABF19 "Homer and Lisa Exchange Cross Words"[387]
20 Marcia Wallace Edna Krabappel 426–2006 KABF19 "Homer and Lisa Exchange Cross Words"
20 Shohreh Aghdashloo Mina bin Laden 427–2007 KABF20 "Mypods and Boomsticks"[388]
20 Marv Albert Himself 428–2008 KABF21 "The Burns and the Bees"[389]
20 Jeff Bezos Himself 428–2008 KABF21 "The Burns and the Bees"[389]
20 Mark Cuban Himself 428–2008 KABF21 "The Burns and the Bees"[389]
20 Emily Blunt Juliet Hobbes 429–2009 KABF22 "Lisa the Drama Queen"[390]
20 Fall Out Boy Play the end credits 429–2009 KABF22 "Lisa the Drama Queen"[390]
20 Marcia Wallace Edna Krabappel 430–2010 LABF01 "Take My Life, Please"
20 Marcia Wallace Edna Krabappel 431–2011 LABF02 "How the Test Was Won"
20 Maurice LaMarche Dwight D. Eisenhower 432–2012 LABF03 "No Loan Again, Naturally"[68]
20 Marcia Wallace Edna Krabappel 432–2012 LABF03 "No Loan Again, Naturally"
20 Ed Begley, Jr. Himself 433–2013 LABF04 "Gone Maggie Gone"[391]
20 Glen Hansard Street musician 434–2014 LABF11 "In the Name of the Grandfather"[392]
20 Markéta Irglová Czech singer 434–2014 LABF11 "In the Name of the Grandfather"[392]
20 Colm Meaney Tom O'Flanagan 434–2014 LABF11 "In the Name of the Grandfather"[392]
20 Marcia Wallace Edna Krabappel 434–2014 LABF11 "In the Name of the Grandfather"
20 Kelsey Grammer Sideshow Bob 435–2015 LABF05 "Wedding for Disaster"[393]
20 Anne Hathaway Jenny 437–2017 LABF07 "The Good, the Sad and the Drugly"[394]
20 Marcia Wallace Edna Krabappel 438–2018 LABF08 "Father Knows Worst"
20 Maurice LaMarche City Inspector 439–2019 LABF10 "Waverly Hills 9-0-2-1-D'oh"[395]
20 Ellen Page Alaska Nebraska 439–2019 LABF10 "Waverly Hills 9-0-2-1-D'oh"[395]
20 Marcia Wallace Edna Krabappel 439–2019 LABF10 "Waverly Hills 9-0-2-1-D'oh"
20 Jodie Foster Maggie Simpson 440–2020 LABF09 "Four Great Women and a Manicure"[396]

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