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Artwork of the Pope from The Simpsons: Tapped Out
Character Information
Male ♂
Hair: White
Occupation: Bishop of Rome
Leader of the Catholic Church
First appearance: "Itchy & Scratchy & Marge" (picture)
"Oh Brother, Where Art Thou?"
Voiced by: Dan Castellaneta

The Pope is the Bishop of Rome, the leader of Catholic Church and ruler of Vatican City.


The Pope was at the unveiling of The Homer.[1]

Chief Wiggum said that Homer thought he was the Pope of Chilitown.[2]

An aide told the Pope that an angel has foretold the apocalypse in USA. The Pope, readin, La Stampa, told him keep an eye on it.[3]

Moe wanted his customers to take a pickled egg to see who will stay sober and be the designated driver, just like how they picked the Pope.[4]

Kent Brockman reported about a phony Pope that can be recognized by his high-top sneakers and incredibly foul mouth.[5]

At the Mayo Clinic the doctor told the Pope that he just needs to lay off the chili and he should be fine. Fidel Castro heard that and started laughing. The Pope told him to stop and reminded him that he has been in the car with him.[6]

After Homer got another trophy from Duncan winning a race, he said that he had more trophies than Wayne Gretzky and the Pope combined.[7]

Pat O'Brien reported in Access Springfield that Burt Reynolds apologized to the Pope, and promised to replace the wind-shield.[8]

When Marge cheated at a baking contest she said that even the Pope couldn't forgive this pizza, and he's letting a lot slide these days.[9]

Rev. Lovejoy said that the Parson is like the Pope of "this thing".[10]

Lady Gaga wanted to wear the dress she wore when she met the Pope while going to Springfield.[11]

Mr. Burns developed a plan to become Pope and unlock the Vatican's riches using the First Church of Springfield, not realizing that it was a Protestant church and not Catholic.[12]

Pope Francis, making a cameo as Twitter avatar in @Potifex.[13]

Pope Francis arrived in Springfield as Springfielders were dancing and singing about how awful Springfield is, but turned around and, along with his bodyguards, falls into the river after the bridge breaks. Right afterwards, he is seen drenched hitchhiking on the road where the Simpsons family was driving with both bodyguards.[14]

Kent Brockman announced that the pope has died.[15]


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During a parade the Simpson family was acclaimed by the audience but not the next car, which featured Santa Claus, the Pope and an astronaut.[16]

Bart gave the pope a wedgie when he stopped time.[17]

The Simpsons: Tapped Out[edit]

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Image Cost Unlock method Unlocks with Unlock message Yearbook
Pope.png Donut Tapped Out.png150 The Springfield Jobs, Red Alert and Heaven Won't Wait
St. Paul's Basilica Veni Vidi Velcro! I came, I saw, I stuck around. Character is available via the Yearbook Mystery Box
Donut Tapped Out.png30
Donut Tapped Out.png50 Thanksgiving 2018, All American Auction, Blargsgiving, Northward Bound, The Atom Smasher and Cold Turkey
Premium (Imports Mystery Box)
Donut Tapped Out.png60 A Simpsons Christmas Special and Abe's in Toyland
Premium (Happy Holidays Mystery Box)
Gold Box Token.png1 Blargsgiving, Northward Bound, The Atom Smasher and Cold Turkey
Gold Mystery Box
Holiday 2021 Mystery Box Token.png1 Holiday Whodunnit
Holiday Whodunnit Mystery Box
Technical Information ID Groups Internal Name
197014 Premium Characters, Premium Male, Celebrity, Adult, Saint, Rich People, Churchgoers Pope