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Belgium

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Belgium
Country Information
Continent: Europe
Capital city: Brussels
First appearance: "Lisa the Drama Queen"

Belgium is a country in Europe.

History[edit]

Chief Wiggum asks Lou and Eddie if they feel like getting some Belgian waffles.[1]

When Lisa Simpsons visits the new comic book store, Coolsville, she discovers a shelf with Astérix and Tintin comics. As she reads a comic book, Tintin mentions that they have to save the Belgian ambassador.[2]

When the Simpsons traveled to Ireland, Lisa mentioned that Ireland is on the forefront of Europe's "tech-boom". Bart mockingly added "In your face, Belgium!", whereupon Marge threatened Bart by saying "If you hate Belgium so much, maybe I should take your Tintins away!" This scared Bart, who clutched a copy of the book The Crab with the Golden Claws, promising he'll be good.[3]

Martin Prince, Jr. once represented Belgium in the Model U.N. Club at Springfield Elementary School.[4]

It is one of the many countries that competed in the 2010 Winter Olympics in Vancouver, British Columbia.[5]

Fat Tony and his fellow mobsters once planned to collect a shipment of guns from Belgium, but the plan went sour when the police showed up and Fat Tony had a fatal heart atttack.[6]

Behind the Laughter[edit]

During World War II, Grandpa and The Flying Hellfish were dropped into the Ardennes, so they would've been in either France, Belgium, or Luxembourg.

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