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Statue of Jebediah Springfield

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Statue of Jebediah Springfield
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Location Information
Town: Springfield
Use: Statue
First appearance: "The Telltale Head"



The Statue of Jebediah Springfield is a monument in Springfield Town Square erected in tribute to the town's founder.

Background[edit]

The statue depicted the town founder Jebediah Springfield standing over a dead bear after killing it with its bare hands, reflecting a popular folk tale involving Jebediah Springfield (however, recent studies suggested that the bear actually killed him instead).

History[edit]

Bart Simpson once stole the head of the statue, causing public outrage. He did this because he thought Dolph, Jimbo and Kearney would think it was cool. However, they later said that it was just cloud talk, and Bart later puts the head back onto the statue.[1]

The statue was unscathed by the events of Trappuccino, which sent the entire town into ruin. Around the time of Trappuccino, the bear on the statue had three eyes (similar to Blinky).[2]

Non-canon[edit]

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Appearances[edit]

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The statue appears in the new HD opening sequence. Ironically, the opening sequence involves Dolph, Jimbo and Kearney sawing the statue's head off, which falls on top of Ralph Wiggum (who says something different every time).


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