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For one of the Great Lakes, see Lake Michigan.
State Information
State capital: Lansing
Largest city: Detroit
Representative: Rashida Tlaib
Gerald Ford (former)
First appearance: "Bart vs. Thanksgiving"
""We have a little saying around here: 'Let Michigan handle it'.""
Police Chief Wiggum[src]

Michigan is one of the 50 states in the US. Its capital city is Lansing.


Homer is watching a football game on Thanksgiving at the Silverdome, in Pontiac, Michigan.[1]

The Simpsons travel to Detroit to visit Homer's long-lost half brother Herb Powell.[2]

The boxes made at Springfield's box factory are assembled in Flint.[3]

After getting run out of Florida, the Simpson family was trying to decide on where to go for their next vacation. They were looking at a map of the US that had most of states crossed out, which were apparently all the states that the Simpsons were no longer allowed to enter.[4]

Bode Wright used to live and work in Traverse City, Michigan.[5][6]


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In the future, Michigan is under sharia law and Christmas is not observed in the state. Allergy sufferer Milhouse, who is allergic to many Christmas-related things, has spent more than one Christmas in Michigan in order to get relief from his allergies. Every time he visits, though, he is made to wear a burqa, particularly at the University of Michigan.[7]


In Michigan a woman's hair is entirely owned by her husband.[8]


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