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Boy with shades

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Boy with shades
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Character Information
Gender:
Male ♂
Status:
Alive
Age: 10
Hair: Usually brown
Occupation: Student
Relatives: Mother:Unnamed[1]
First Appearance: Unknown
Voiced by: Tress MacNeille


The boy with shades is a student in Bart's class who wears a pair of black shades.

History[edit]

The boy with shades is often seen in the background in Bart's class and around Springfield Elementary. His messy hair is usually a light brown or orange color, but is occasionally other colors. He wears a pair of black shades.

Behind the Laughter[edit]

  • Being a background character, his appearance has not been fully finalized so his hair colour often changes drastically between episodes.
  • His appearance is quite similar to that of Howie, another student usually seen at the Noiseland Video Arcade.
  • In recent times he doesn't wear the shades.
  • He speaks for the first time in "Specs and the City".

Appearances[edit]

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