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Willie's father

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Willie's father
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Character Information
Gender:
Male ♂
Status:
Alive
Hair: Gray
Occupation: Bar Owner
Relatives: Wife: Unnamed
Son: Willie
First Appearance: "Monty Can't Buy Me Love"
Voiced by: Harry Shearer


Willie's father is the unnamed father of Groundskeeper Willie.

History[edit]

He lives in Scotland and owns a small bar there. When Willie talks to Lisa about his father at his birth, he appears to be an angry and abusive man who doesn't care much for the newborn baby. He said that Willie wouldn't amount to anything, and that he'd be lucky if he'd grow up to be 'garbage'. After recalling his birth, Willie claimed that it was the last time they'd ever really talked.[1] Since his birth, Willie's parents were seen again when they came to see Willie at Loch Ness.[2]

They didn't appear to talk much to Willie upon his arrival. Presumably, Willie's father doesn't see him much, as he lives in Scotland. Judging from past appearances, Willie doesn't have much of a relationship with his father.

Willie has mentioned his father's death before he met him in Scotland. He claims he was hung for stealing a pig,[3] and that he was buried in a board.[4]

He was sitting next to Mr. Burns at Springfield Town Hall in a flashback.[5]

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