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Joey Crusher

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Joey Crusher
Joey Crusher.png
Character Information
Gender:
Male ♂
Status:
Alive
Hair: Black
Occupation: Hired goon
First Appearance: "Blood Feud"
Voiced by: Hank Azaria


Joey Crusher is one of Mr. Burns' hired goons. His partner is Low Blow. Mr. Burns hires them to do hands-on work for him and have occasionally escorted Homer to places on Mr. Burns order.

Despite being goons, Homer seems to be on good terms with them, referring to Crusher as Joey, which is probably his first name.[1]

History[edit]

Joey Crusher and Low Blow were tasked with making sure Homer got Cletus to sign over his helium to Mr. Burns. Low Blow was to hit him whilst Joey Crusher laughed at his pain. Homer asked Low Blow if he was the pain guy or the laugh guy and Low Blow hit Homer, causing Crusher to laugh. Later, to give Homer a taste of what he might get, Burns had Low Blow kick Smithers and Crusher laughed. Crusher later laughed at Mr. Burns when Burns hit some power lines, getting electrocuted.[2]

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