| Mr. Sparkle|
Artwork of Mr. Sparkle in The Simpsons: Tapped Out
| Character Information
Mr. Sparkle (ミスタースパーコル Misutasupakoru), known in Japanese as Misutā Supākoru, is a Japanese dishwashing detergent mascot who bears a strong resemblance to Homer.
Homer thought that the company was using his likeness without his permission until a video from Mr. Sparkle's parent company explains it came from combining a cartoon fish and lightbulb. To sum up the explanation provided by the video, Bart says to Homer, "There's your answer, fishbulb."
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Mr. Sparkle appeared in The Simpsons Game, when the Simpsons enter the videogame world and Homer and Lisa enter a game featuring Mr. Sparkle, where they have to help him clean up a Japan-style world by clearing several levels. He commits suicide towards the end of the game for dishonoring his ancestors.
The Simpsons: Tapped Out
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Behind the Laughter
- A box of Mr. Sparkle dish detergent appears in the new Opening sequence as one of the items Marge buys.
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