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Aristotle Amadopolis

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Aristotle Amadoupolus
Aristotle Amadopolis.png
Artwork of Aristotle Amadopolis from The Simpsons: Tapped Out
Character Information
Gender:
Male ♂
Status:
Alive
Hair: White
Occupation: Owner of Shellbyville Nuclear Power Plant
First Appearance: "Homer Defined"
Voiced by: Jon Lovitz[1]
Dan Castellaneta[2]


Aristotle Amodopoulos is the owner of the Shelbyville Nuclear Power Plant.

History[edit]

He was introduced to Homer by Mr. Burns after Homer unwittingly "saves" the plant from a total meltdown. Ari wanted Homer to give a pep talk to his plant's lackluster workers about what it means to be a valuable employee. Homer was, however, hesitant to accept, but Mr. Burns forces him into it. At the Shelbyville nuclear power plant, Homer gave a bumbling speech when an impending meltdown threatened the Shelbyville plant. They all turned to "Hero Homer" and ushered him into the control room, asking him to perform his heroic deeds once more. In front of everyone, Homer repeated his juvenile rhyme that saved him the first time and presses a button blindly and once more by sheer dumb luck, he manages to avert this meltdown as well. Ari was bewildered that his supposed "hero" was such an idiot. But Homer is even more widely derided as a lucky imbecile than he was hailed as a hero, and "to pull a Homer" becomes a widely-used phrase meaning "to succeed despite idiocy".[1]

Aristotle and Mr. Burns' power plants competed against each other in a game of softball. Burns and Amadopolis put a bet of a million dollars on the game, Ari lost.[2]

He was seen at Moe's Tavern when Artie Ziff went bankrupt.[3]

Non-canon[edit]

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Aristotle is also a long time rival of Mr Burns since they were young men and they would often fight each other using hired professional fighters or soldiers.[citation needed]

The Simpsons: Tapped Out[edit]

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