Written by candicritter1980
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Topics: TV, The Simpsons

Saturday, 24 March 2007

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Marge's hair seen under a microscope

Who is Marge Simpson? Is she the loving stay at home mother that we see on every episode of the animated sitcom The Simpsons? Or is she something more?

Yes she seems to be a very tolerant wife, mother, and devout Christian, but we must remember a couple of things about Springfield, USA (the residential city of the Simpsons):

1) Springfield has very low standards of greatness and decent living.

2) The morals of Springfield are questionable at best: No one can really say what it means to be a good person, let alone a good Christian, Buddhist, Hindu worshipper, etc.

Even though we only see the show as something to laugh about, it is clear that Marge suffers from clinical depression! I mean, who wouldn't suffer from one or more emotional disorders after years of tolerating an idiot like Homer, a wanna be "Billy Bad-Ass" like Bart, and Lisa, a young who thinks she knows it all at the tender age of eight! Marge is simply caught up in world of dashed hopes and dreams. And to make things worse, she actually tried to find outlets by being a substitute teacher, real estate agent, law enforcement officer, among other careers and outlets that just did not work.

Is Marge just an innocent victim of her family as well as circumstance? Well I think not. Off the set Marge has achieved a second degree blackbelt in karate and has been known to "use her belt" so to speak on everyone else in the house and in her path, even down to Maggie, Santa's Little Helper, Snowball the cat, Abe "Grandpa" Simpson, and even Ned Flanders and his sons Rod and Todd!

I know that Marge has every reason to be "pissed off" at the world, but if this chick don't get some therapy soon, she may end up killing someone (most likely Homer)!

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