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Missouri

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Missouri
Missouri.png
State Information
State capital: Jefferson City
Largest city: Kansas City
Senator: Harry Truman (former)
First appearance: "Principal Charming"
"I'll be deep in the cold, cold ground before I recognize Missourah."
Grampa Simpson[src]

Missouri is one of the 50 states in the US. Its capital is Jefferson City and largest city is Kansas City.

History[edit]

Homer and Marge went to the Bowler's Hall of Fame in St. Louis, Missouri to see a car shaped like a giant bowling pin.[1]

Bart, Milhouse, Nelson and Martin once drove through Branson, where Nelson forced them to stop so that they could see a show with Andy Williams.[2]

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.[3]

In a story told by Marge, the Lewis and Clark expedition passed through St. Louis, Missouri.[4]

The Waters, a fictional family from the television show Thicker than Waters, are shown to live in St. Louis. During the show's opening sequence, the family is seen flying a kite that gets caught on the Gateway Arch.[5]

Superintendent Chalmers and Principal Skinner drove through Missouri on the way to Cincinnati. They got arrested and put on trial in Conklin, Missouri.[6]

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