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Ding-A-Ling Bros. Circus

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Ding-A-Ling Bros. Circus
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Location Information
Town: Former: Springfield
Use: Circus
Owner: Unnamed ringmaster
Employees: See employees section
First appearance: "Krusty the Clown"

Ding-A-Ling Bros. Circus is a traveling circus. It was in Springfield for a while.


When Krusty was running from the police, he took a job as a circus clown at Ding-A-Ling Bros. Circus, going by the name Soggy the Clown. Krusty was awful at this job and was soon fired by the ringmaster. However, the ringmaster gave him another show to do as the bear that was supposed to walk the tightrope couldn't do so as it got sick after eating the "guess your weight guy". None of the other clowns would take the job as there was no net. Krusty accepted as he didn't care about living any more. During the show, Krusty fell off the rope and accidentally performed a variety of stunts which made him popular.

After this, Krusty was invited back to the circus where he struck up a relationship with the bearded lady. He was starting to enjoy his new job when the ringmaster and Scuzzo told everyone that the circus was shutting down because a terrible video got out. The circus needed $50,000 to stay open so Krusty turned himself into the police to get the reward money for the circus.

When Krusty was free to go, he went to the train station to join the circus as they were setting off, begging them to take him back. However, Scuzzo told Krusty that he was a TV clown and a disgrace to other clowns. The circus then left Krusty behind as they took off to their next destination.