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George Meyer

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This article is about the character. For the writer, see George Meyer.
George Meyer
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Character Information
Male ♂
Hair: Brown
Occupation: Writer (unemployed)
First Appearance: "The Front"
Voiced by: Hank Azaria

George Meyer is a former writer for The Itchy & Scratchy Show.


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Meyer is employed as writer on The Itchy & Scratchy Show at the time of Abraham Simpson's tenure on the show.[1] Some time later, he attends the emergency staff meeting at the show, following its sudden ratings drop. Meyer responds to executive Lindsey Naegle's suggestion of a hip dog character being introduced to the show, questioning her use of the words "proactive" and "paradigm" as merely "buzzwords that dumb people use to sound important." Although not "accusing [her] of anything like that," Meyer quickly and correctly realizes he is fired.[2] Meyer is now unemployed and collects his social security check regularly from the Springfield Unemployment Office.[3] He later walked past Bart on the street.[4] He was on Kent Brockman's list of people who are gay.[5]


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In an alternative Springfield created by Professor Frink, Meyer was the host of Late Night with George Meyer.[6]

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