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Female actress

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"You mean, it ate Patrick too?"
―Female actress, on screen.
"It ate everybody."
Male actor, on screen.
"What about Erica?"
―Female actress.
"It ate everybody!"
―Male actor, Bart and Homer
"...Stupid!"
―Homer[src]
Female actress
Female actress.png
Character Information
Gender:
Female ♀
Status:
Alive
Hair: Brown
Occupation: Actress
First Appearance: "Maximum Homerdrive"
Voiced by: Tress MacNeille


The Female actress is an actress who starred in the The Monster That Ate Everybody, a movie that was playing at the Stardust Drive-In.

History[edit]

While Homer and Bart were driving Red Barclay's shipment to Atlanta, they stopped at a drive-in theater to watch a movie. During the scene shown, a man and a woman were talking to each other at a campsite. The woman asked if the monster had eaten Patrick, to which the man replied that "It ate everybody". The woman then asked if the monster had eaten Erica, to which the man once again replied, albeit more angrily this time, that "It ate everybody!" Homer and Bart chimed in on the last part, with Homer adding "stupid" at the end, refering to the woman.

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