| Bonnie Parker
| Character Information
Bonnie Parker was a criminal with Clyde Barrow and appears in a story by Homer Simpson.
Bonnie is, along with Billy the Kid, Clyde Barrow and Jesus, one of those who in America are praised after they died.
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In 1933, during the Great Depression, Bonnie Parker rejected a man trying to get her attention, saying she was looking for someone exciting. Clyde Barrow overheard this conversation and introduced himself to Bonnie, claiming to be bad. Bonnie then told Clyde to rob a Feed Store to prove that he was bad. Clyde eagerly did so, robbing what turned out to be his own store that he co-owned. Bonnie and Clyde then escaped together, with Bonnie getting turned on by the violence.
The pair then started to rob banks all over the state. After having car trouble, they were offered help by a clueless accomplice who took them from bank to bank. Eventually, their accomplice turned them in to Sheriff Wiggum upon learning they were unmarried criminals. The accomplice stopped the car on the road then ran off to tell the police to shoot at Bonnie and Clyde. As they were dying, Bonnie told Clyde that she thought they should see other people as he wasn't exciting enough for her.
Behind the Laughter
- Bonnie in "Love, Springfieldian Style" is based on Marge Simpson's character.