Lisa develops a crush on Nelson, and tries to reform him; Homer gets an autodialer and decides to make easy money with a telemarketing scam. Read more
Lisa instead develops a deep crush on Nelson in Season 8's "Lisa's Date With Destiny" and does her best to turn him into a more presentable young man.
"I Love Lisa" is the fifteenth episode of the fourth season of the American animated television series The Simpsons. It originally aired on the Fox network in the United States on February 11, 1993. In the episode, Lisa gives Ralph Wiggum a Valentine's Day card when she sees that he has not received any.
Lisa becomes engaged to, and later almost marries, Hugh Parkfield in "Lisa's Wedding" and the episodes "Bart to the Future" and "Holidays of Future Passed" suggest that Lisa will go on to marry Milhouse Van Houten.
"The Good, the Sad and the Drugly" is the seventeenth episode of the twentieth season of the American animated television series The Simpsons, and the 437th episode overall.
In "Holidays of Future Passed", Lisa is shown through a thirty year photo montage to have a string of lesbian affairs in her college years and a while after graduating she marries Milhouse and has a daughter, Zia, with him.
The family is extremely proud of Lisa's "achievement", although she is guilt-ridden at having cheated. The next day at school, Principal Skinner informs Lisa that her test grade has brought Springfield Elementary's GPA up to the state's minimum standard, and they now qualify for a basic assistance grant.
On The Simpsons, Lisa is hands-down the most admirable character in her family — and maybe even the entire show. She is truly an inspiring role model. There aren't many strong role models in the Simpson clan. ... She's fictional and animated, but she's also a role model we can all look up to.
Lisa gives Ralph a Valentine's card out of pity, but soon regrets it when he develops an unwanted crush on her. Lisa gives Ralph a Valentine's card out of pity, but soon regrets it when he develops an unwanted crush on her.
"Homer Scissorhands" is the twentieth episode of the twenty-second season of the American animated television series The Simpsons. It first aired on the Fox network in the United States on May 8, 2011. Kristen Schaal guest stars in the episode as Taffy.
In "Holidays of Future Passed", Nelson is shown to be in love with Lisa Simpson.
Nelson Mandela Muntz is a fictional character and the lead school bully from the animated television series The Simpsons, best known for his signature mocking laugh "Ha-ha!". He is voiced by Nancy Cartwright and was introduced in Season 1's "Bart the General" as an antagonist, but later became more of an anti-hero.
In the episode, Homer plays a series of practical jokes on Bart, and to get even, Bart shakes up a can of Homer's beer with a paint shaker. Homer opens the can, resulting in a huge explosion that lands him in the hospital, where he goes into a coma.
It remains the highest rated episode in the history of The Simpsons. "Bart Gets an 'F'" received positive reviews from television critics. Entertainment Weekly ranked it 31st on its 1999 list of "The 100 Greatest Moments in Television".
Another classic The Simpsons meme originated from season ten episode "Lisa Gets An "A," where Superintendent Gary Chalmers accompanies Principal Skinner and Lisa into a computer lab, where Ralph Wiggum greets him with a cheerful "Hi Super Nintendo Chalmers!" Chalmers' nonplussed response sums up what's great about the ...
Frankin A. "Frank" "Grimey" Grimes, Sr., commonly referred to by Homer, much to Frank's annoyance, as "Grimey", was an employee at the Springfield Nuclear Power Plant and the self-declared enemy of Homer Simpson. Frank Grimes was a hard worker, who had to earn everything the hard way.
When Lisa cheats on a test, she has a moral crisis when her perfect score qualifies the school for grant money; Homer adopts a lobster as a pet.
Victor. Victor and Lisa had an instant connection. She marries him in the finale.
Ling Bouvier (Mandarin:灵·鲍维尔) is the adopted daughter of Selma Bouvier after she discovered that she had reached menopause. She first appears in "Goo Goo Gai Pan".