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Crystal Meth Spuckler

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Crystal Meth Spuckler
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Character Information
Gender:
Female ♀
Status:
Alive
Hair: Brown
Occupation: Formerly: Star on The Krusty the Clown Show
Relatives: Father: Cletus Spuckler
Mother: Brandine Spuckler
Siblings: Spuckler children
First appearance: "Little Big Girl"
Voiced by: Nancy Cartwright


Crystal Meth Spuckler is one of the children of Cletus Spuckler and Brandine Spuckler.

History[edit]

Crystal Meth was one of the Spuckler children who Lisa tutored. When Krusty heard them singing "Cultural Things Experience", he signed them up for his show, where they sung offensive songs about themselves. Eventually, Crystal Meth and her siblings were to go on the Krusty's No-Collar Comedy Tour until Brandine Spuckler stopped them.[1]

Later, when a meth lab was raided by police officers, the spuckler family was standing outside of it, disappointed.[2]

When Coach Krupt was forced to teach dancing, Lisa couldn't find a partner, then just as she was about to choose Ralph Crystal started dancing with him.[3]

Crystal Meth Spuckler was one of the Spuckler children that Brandine got to sing a sing to convince Cletus to return to his family.[4]

Crystal Meth plays the Didgeridoo in the Spuckler Family Band.[5]

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