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Billy Crystal

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Billy Crystal
Billy Crystal.png
Character Information
Male ♂
Hair: Black
Occupation: Actor
First mentioned: "The Front"
First appearance: "Bart Gets Famous"
Voiced by: Dan Castellaneta

Billy Crystal is an American actor and comedian.


When Bart grew tired of his fame as the "I Didn't Do It Boy", he imagined himself participating in Match Game 2034 with Billy Crystal, Farrah Fawcett-Majors-O'Neal-Varney, Loni Anderson, Spike Lee, and the head of Kitty Carlisle, which he imagined himself knocking over and ruining.[1]

Bart swore never to watch another awards show unless Crystal hosted it.[2]

He was on Homer's revenge list.[3]

When Marge and Homer visit the award of Lard Lad Kid of the Year brought Homer rotten fruit to throw in case Billy Crystal shows up.[4]

When Marge made a joke about Homer's lack of energy she compared herself to Crystal, to which Bart sarcastically replied "got that right".[5]

When the kids in Springfield played baseball said Nelson at he is the man at the ballpark everyone hates. Milhouse asked if he mean the umpire, but Bart replied that he mean Billy Crystal.[6]

The book Caring for Crystals has a foreword by Billy Crystal and William Kristol.[7]


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When Homer was an artist, Lisa tried to make him mad by reading the newspaper. Lisa read him an article saying that David Letterman might be hosting the Oscars, with other contenders being Whoopi Goldberg and Billy Crystal.[8]

Behind the Laughter[edit]

  • Crystal has hosted the Oscars nine times since 1980, including the year "Mom and Pop Art" mentions it (2000).



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