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James Bond

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This article is about film series. For the character, see James Bond (character).
This article is about film series. For the parody character, see James Bont.
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James Bond is a popular series of spy novels written by Ian Fleming in 1954. Since 1962 they've spawned an ongoing series of films in which various actors have portrayed spy 007, with his witty remarks, seductive charms, luck at gambling and preference for cocktails which are "shaken, not stirred."

References to James Bond in The Simpsons[edit]

Episodes[edit]

Picture Season Episode number Episode name Reference
2 28 "Oh Brother, Where Art Thou?" The McBain film Grampa watches in the theater has an end credits songs which spoofs a typical James Bond movie.
3 38 "When Flanders Failed" Mr. Burns' stroking a white cat is similar to Ernst Stavro Blofeld stroking his cat.
Lois Pennycandy.png 3 41 "Like Father, Like Clown" Lois Pennycandy is a pun on Lois Maxwell, the actress who played Ms. Moneypenny.
4 60 "Kamp Krusty" Mr. Black and the counsellors escape by hydrofoil, like some Bond villains have .
4 65 "Itchy & Scratchy: The Movie" Bart is seated and strokes his hamster, just like Blofeld strokes his cat.
4 75 "Duffless" Bart microwaves a James Bond figurine until he melts, while watching and stroking Snowball II, just like Blofeld.
Spay Anything laser.png 5 83 "Cape Feare" The Itchy and Scratchy cartoon Spay Anything has Scratchy tied down to be killed by a beam, just like in Goldfinger, while similar Bond music plays.
CouchGagS6E13.png 6 116 "And Maggie Makes Three" In the couch gag Homer shoots at the camera in the style of the Bond Barrel which opens every James Bond movie.
6 122 "Lisa's Wedding" Homer says to Hugh's parents: "You know what's great about you English? 'Octopussy'. I must have seen that movie... twice!"
MrBond.png 7 138 "The Simpsons 138th Episode Spectacular" A deleted scene from $pringfield (Or, How I Learned to Stop Worrying and Love Legalized Gambling) shows Homer in the casino dealing cards to James Bont, while several Bond villains (Ernst Stavro Blofeld, Oddjob and Jaws) observe. Due to Homer's stupidity Bont loses and is taken away by Blofeld and his cronies.
Scorpio with Mr. Bont.png 8 155 "You Only Move Twice" The title references You Only Live Twice. Hank Scorpio is a send-off of a Bond villain and even ties a spy, James Bont with a Scottish accent like Sean Connery to a table with the intention of killing him by a laser, much like in Goldfinger. Miss Goodthighs from Casino Royale kills somebody with her thighs. The end song which plays over the end credits, Scorpio, is similar to Theme From Goldfinger.
15 314 "Treehouse of Horror XIV" When Homer escapes from God's light with a motorcycle is an reference to James Bond's escape from the Icarus satellite laser from "Die Another Day".
15 317 "The Regina Monologues" When Tony Blair flies away in a jetpack to the James Bond theme, Thunderball is referenced. The scene where Homer spots Bart and Lisa from the London Eye, pulls a lever and the whole car detaches from the Eye, before skimming across the River Thames, is similar to the water surf gadget scene in "The World Is Not Enough".
24 510 "Treehouse of Horror XXIII" When Bart went back in time he passed all the James Bond films.
BondVillians.png 22 477 "The Blue and the Gray" Homer imagines Marge as a Bond Girl, yet she turns into Judi Dench. He then imagines several Bond villains, namely Auric Goldfinger, Oddjob, Ernst Stavro Blofeld and Jaws.
30 645 "From Russia Without Love" The title is a pun on the 1963 James Bond film From Russia With Love.

Comics[edit]

Picture Comic issue Story name Reference
Dickens you Say James Bond.png Bart Simpson #8 The Dickens You Say Lisa describes the plot of Great Expectations to Bart for his book report, but deliberately tells it incorrectly. One plot point she includes involves Pip meeting James Bond and becoming a spy.
Choco-Pussy or Dip and Let Die!-title card.png Simpsons Comics #41 Bart Simpson and the Krusty Brand Fun Factory The Itchy & Scratchy cartoon "Choco-Pussy or Dip and Let Die!" includes a number of references to James Bond.
Sean Bont.jpg Simpsons Comics #82 Lisa Goes to Camp Lisa meets Sean Bont at the Smart Kid's Camp. His name is most likely a reference to the aforementioned character James Bont, and Sean Connery who was the first actor to portray James Bond in the films.

Crossover characters[edit]

Common Cast and Crew[edit]

Picture Name Role in James Bond Role on The Simpsons
Garry Marshall.jpg Garry Marshall Played an uncredited hoodlum in Goldfinger. Voiced Larry Kidkill and Sheldon Leavitt.
Paul McCartney.jpg Paul McCartney Wrote the title song for Live and Let Die. Voiced himself in "Lisa the Vegetarian".
Pierce Brosnan.jpg Pierce Brosnan Played James Bond in four films. Voiced Ultrahouse 3000 in "Treehouse of Horror XII".
Maria Grazia Cucinotta.jpg Maria Grazia Cucinotta Played Cigar Girl in The World Is Not Enough. Voiced Francesca Terwilliger in "The Italian Bob".
Halle Berry.jpg Halle Berry Played Jinx Johnson in Die Another Day. Played herself in Angry Dad: The Movie.
Stephen Debonrepos.jpg Stephen Debonrepos Storyboard artist on Quantum of Solace. Storyboard artist on The Simpsons.