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Carmen Electra

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This article is about the character. For the guest star, see Carmen Electra.
Carmen Electra
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Character Information
Female ♀
Hair: Brown/Blonde
Occupation: TV Show Co-Host
First appearance: "The Frying Game"
Voiced by: Herself

Carmen Electra is a television actress and sex symbol.


Carmen Electra was first seen as a co-host of the reality TV show Frame Up. In the episode in which Homer and Marge appeared, Electra disguised herself as Mrs. Bellamy, an elderly woman who manipulated them into becoming her de facto personal servants. Mrs. Bellamy's murder was then staged. Homer and Marge were framed, convicted of the crime and sentenced to death, but the charges against Marge were dropped when Homer confessed to being solely responsible for the murder.

When Homer was sitting in the electric chair waiting for the switch to be thrown, the setup was revealed: Electra walked onto the stage in her Mrs. Bellamy disguise, showing that Mrs. Bellamy hadn't been murdered. Then she removed the disguise, revealing herself as Carmen Electra. A disgusted Homer lectured Electra about toying with people's lives for the sake of TV ratings, but he was talking to her chest the whole time. When Electra pointed that out to him ("Homer? My face is up here."), Homer said, "I've made my choice", and continued staring at her chest.[1]

Carmen Electra also starred in the drama series Boobs, where she played a teacher who had large breasts and wanted to be taken seriously.[2]

Behind the Laughter[edit]

Carmen Electra has actually been a TV show host in real life, taking on that role for the MTV game show Singled Out for the last season and a half of its run.