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Lucille Botzcowski

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Lucille Botzcowski
Lucille Botzcowski.png
Artwork of Lucille from The Simpsons: Tapped Out
Character Information
Gender:
Female ♀
Status:
Alive
Age: 46[1]
Hair: Blue/Green
Occupation: Criminal
Babysitter
First appearance: "The Telltale Head"
Voiced by: Penny Marshall


Lucille Botzcowski, also known as Ms. Botz and The Babysitter Bandit, was once the babysitter of Bart, Lisa, and Maggie.

History[edit]

Ms. Botz ready to tie up Lisa and Bart.

Lucille Botzcowski was an escaped criminal, known as Lulu Beets, Lorna Beemis, Lucille Ball,[1] and mainly as "The Babysitter Bandit". Hired by Homer from the Rubber Baby Buggy Bumper Babysitting Service, she was to babysit the kids while he and Marge stayed at a motel. After her arrival, the children discovered her true identity as a robber on a television show but were captured and tied up before able to stop her. She then started looting The Simpsons' house, but was eventually thwarted and captured by Bart, Lisa and Maggie. While the kids called for help from a payphone since Lucille had disabled the house phones, Homer and Marge returned home, only to find The Babysitter Bandit hog-tied with her mouth taped shut, staring uncontrollably at The Happy Little Elves videotape. Deceiving Homer into freeing her, she advised him to "never take your eyes off the boy", before escaping in time to evade the police. Ms. Botzocowski was apparently recaptured sometime later, as a news broadcast briefly mentioned.[2]

Despite being a wanted criminal, she was seen among the crowd awaiting the arrival of "Michael Jackson".[3]

A wanted sign featuring her photograph is on the notice board in the Springfield Police Station behind Chief Wiggum's desk, but shows her sporting brown hair (possibly dyed to avoid getting caught).[4][5][6] She later appeared to have gone insane (possibly from Bart forcing her to watch the Happy Little Elves for so long), as she was seen in a cell at Calmwood Mental Hospital, pacing back and forth. The cell door was unlocked and unguarded, it is unknown if she escaped or not.[7]

She took part in the human pyramid record attempt.[8]

Non-canon[edit]

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Ms. Botz's cameo in "The Simpsons Guy".

She was among several criminals who brought stolen cars to be cleaned by Homer and Peter Griffin (though it was originally a trick to find Peter's stolen car).[9]

The Simpsons: Tapped Out[edit]

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Lucille Botzcowski
Image Cost Unlock method Unlocks with Unlock message Yearbook
Lucille Botzcowski.png Donut Tapped Out.png120 Winter 2015, Winter 2016, Breakout Bounty and When the Bough Breaks
Premium
Rubber Baby Buggy Bumpers Time to say your prayers! Character is available via the Yearbook Mystery Box
Donut Tapped Out.png30
Donut Tapped Out.png80 This Thanksgiving's Gone to the Birds!, Thanksgiving 2018, All American Auction, Blargsgiving, Northward Bound, The Atom Smasher and Cold Turkey
Premium (Character Mystery Box)
Shattered Token.png1 Shattered Dreams Mystery Box
Education
Technical Information ID Groups Internal Name
135005 Premium Characters, Premium Female, Adult, Villains LucilleBotzcowski

Behind the Laughter[edit]

Ms Botz action figure.jpg

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