- "People called him the sixth Simpson. Not sure why."
- ―Homer Simpson
| Chip Davis
| Character Information
Chip Davis was a resident of Springfield, who was known as "Springfield's Most Beloved Character That You Never Saw". He was also known as one of the Duffman actors and was known as Sideshow Chip.
When Chip died, just about everyone in Springfield attended his funeral, including celebrities Joe Namath and Rachel Maddow. Homer said that he was like a sixth Simpson. Chip also wrote Hans Moleman's biography; Magnificent Bastard: The Lives and Loves of Hans Moleman. He also helped Bumblebee Man deal with the grief after his parents died playing paintball.
Chip said that he had a few regrets; not ascending Mount Springfield from the south face, the high school long jump record he set was wind-aided, he often spoke of that asterisk and he never broke par at hole seventeen at Springfield Mini Golf.
The memorial plaque in the church said a few things about Chip Davis:
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Chip is also known to known to have been:
- an Astronaut
- a Cannon Marskman
- a Marine Animal Control Specialist
- a Paramedic/Obstetrics Nurse
- a Musician (Barbershop Quartet vocalist and harmonica player for The Who)
- a Carnival Worker
- a Naturalist
- a Civic Worker
- a Promoter/Choreographer
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