| Dr. Zweig
| Character Information
Dr. Zweig is a psychologist who helped Marge overcome her fear of flying.
After Marge discovered that she has a fear of flying, Mshe decided to get some professional help. She went to Dr. Zweig (who Homer feared would blame all of Marge's problems on him) who charged Marge 30 dollars an hour. The doctor dove deep into Marge's psyche and discovered that the fact that her father was a stewardess was to blame, and just as she was about to start discussing Marge's husband, Homer ran in and pulled her away. Dr. Zweig is typically calm, but becomes especially passionate when describing that the Monkees symbolized rebellion and when she discovers that Marge's cheque bounced. Despite all the help, Marge thinks Zweig's name is "Lowenstein".
As Marge begans to delve into her deepest psyche, Dr. Zweig minimized it by snapping, "Yes, yes, it's all a rich tapestry!"
Dr. Zweig appears with blond hair with a pink highlight when Homer becomes a hairdresser.
In a coma dream that Bart had, Dr. Zweig was on the wall of Ned Flanders' dead wives.