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J. K. Rowling

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This article is about the character. For the guest star, see J. K. Rowling.
J. K. Rowling
JK Rowling.png
Character Information
Gender:
Female ♀
Status:
Alive
Hair: Blonde
Occupation: Author
First Appearance: "The Regina Monologues"
Voiced by: Herself


J. K. Rowling is an English author. The Simpson family met her when they visited England.

History[edit]

When the Simpsons saw her standing outside a book shop, Lisa told her that she loved her books and that she had turned an entire generation on to reading, to which she replied, "Thank you, young Muggle." Lisa then asked how the series ended, and Rowling answered, somewhat sarcastically, "He grows up and he marries you! Is that what you want to hear?" Lisa was evidently oblivious to her sarcasm, as she simply sighed, "Yes," in a dreamy and moonstruck fashion.[1]

When Big Monty gave Springfield Elementary ten million euros, they employed Rowling as Lisa's new teacher. The first task she gave out was to write a new last chapter for her final Harry Potter novel. She quit after the school's money was taken back by Mr. Burns.[2]

A look-a-like was signing copies of "Harry Potter and the Mid-Life Crisis".[3]

J.K. Rowling is element Jk in Lisa's Table of Geeky Delights.[4]

Non-canon[edit]

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When Grampa told Homer about Oscar Wilde Homer said that he thought all authors were skinny nerdy dudes like Stephen King and J. K. Rowling.[5]

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