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Helen Morehouse

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"Escort these men out. Nnnnnnow."
―Helen Morehouse, referring to Homer and Moe[src]
Helen Morehouse
Helen morehouse.png
Character Information
Female ♀
Hair: Black
Occupation: Show runner
First Appearance: "Pygmoelian"
Voiced by: Tress MacNeille

Helen Morehouse is the executive producer of the hit daytime soap opera It Never Ends.


Back in Moe's "acting days", she booted him during his audition because he was too ugly. Morehouse wanted "Mary Ann on Gilligan's Island ugly, not Cornelius on The Planet of the Apes ugly."

Years later when Moe received a facelift, he returned to the show's studio to get revenge. But to his surprise, Morehouse hired him to be the new Dr. Tad Winslow, after she fired the original actor who had played the character for so many years. After a while on the show, Moe found out that his character was going to be killed off. Moe then plotted with Homer to get him to spoil the storylines on live TV. When Morehouse saw Homer dressed as an angel come on the set, she told the director to see where it was going first. After Homer gave away a year's worth of storylines, Morehouse told the director to cut him off.

After this, Morehouse confronted Moe to see what he was doing. Moe told her that he was sticking it to her for killing off his character. Morehouse told Moe that he was an idiot and Tad Winslow was only going to die in a dream, which is why it was printed on pink paper. When Moe realized his mistake, he asked if he should come back the same time the next day but Morehouse had him and Homer thrown off the set instead.