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Isn't catch phrases the same as favorite phrases?

Basicaly. All Barts catchphrases (Eat My Shorts, Aye Carumba, I Didn't do it) were Bart's common phrases, but Aye Carumba and I Didn't Do It were both hated. Bart hints in episode Behind the Laughter that he never has said "Aye Carumba" in his life (Which was his first word :D), and it would suck to use it in Homer's script. In episode Bart Star Bart starts to wear out "I Didn't do it" and results in anger against the phrase. User:Corpsmancupcake


How was Bart's middle name established? 07:03, 12 April 2007 (UTC)

When asked what the J. in Bartholomew J. Simpson stood for, Nancy Cartwrite said it stood for Jojo. Later on in the series, it was used frequently, and it stuck. User:Corpsmancupcake.

Bart was also born on April 1, 1984; he is also 10 years old. —Preceding unsigned comment added by (talk) 17:49, May 16, 2010

Bart Simpson Jr.[edit]

This section needs a source if not I will remove it.Dr. Ralph Wiggum 13:20, 5 January 2008 (UTC)

Believe it or not, Bart had a dream that he failed the 4th grade so many times enough to end up in the same class as his son "Bart Jr." This, was just a dream and never actually occured. Later on in the episode, he passes; meaning Bart Jr. was fake. Bart junior appears to be smarted than Bart, with shorter spikes. User:Corpsmancupcake


There is little mention of Barts girlfriends and crushes: Samantha Stanky, Gina Vendetti, Jenda, Darcy, Laura Powers, Girl from the monkey suit, Greta Wolfcastle

I can help you out: Laura Powers, Jessica Lovejoy, Greta Wolfcastle, Darcy, Jenda, Gina Vendetti, Clara (Lightly), Jenny, Nikki. User:Corpsmancupcake

Bart did not have a crush on Samantha Stanky nor did he ever think of her as his girlfriend. Samantha was Milhouse's girlfriend. Zen Chocolate 19:01, May 25, 2010 (UTC)

Nelson and Barts friendship[edit]

Bart and Nelson have a friendship that turns on and off. In The Debarted, Bart claims Nelson to be his other best friend, other than Milhouse, being his best friend. And in the past, Bart and Nelson were enemies. In a bongo comic, Bart says Nelson is not a Nemesis, or Arch Enemy, he is a pain in the butt. How is this possible??? 23:08, 6 August 2009 (UTC) Banak 19:46, 5 August 2009 (UTC)

Its a complex prediction mainly since Nelson is a bully to Bart, but they become warm when Bart went to his birthday party. In The Debarted Bart predicts Nelson is a good friend and they really hang out. But usualy they will have a fight. Once in a while they have ups and downs. Hope I could help you -- User:Corpsmancupcake

Red hair?[edit]

Can somebody point to the source[episode/other source?] when the fact, that Bart's hair are naturally red is revealed?

In episode No Loan Again, Naturally Homer forces the kids to stay inside including Abraham Simpson, so they could stay in the house (Which Ned Flanders was gonna boot them out from). Without the sunlight, Bart's hair was reverting to its natural red. Hope I could help you. User:Corpsmancupcake

Bart Crying[edit]

Which episodes features Bart crying, aside from "Bart Gets an "F"" and "Bart Sells His Soul"? —Preceding unsigned comment added by Drillbit Taylor (talkcontribs)

"Bart the General" and "The Good, the Sad, and the Drugly". — TheHomer (TalkContributions) 00:48, June 25, 2010 (UTC)
Which else? User:Drillbit Taylor 12:49, July 4, 2020
In "Bart Sells His Soul" and "The Good, the Sad, and the Drugly", Bart cries without tears. The most recent episode where Bart cries with tears was "The Boys of Bummer". -- 15:07, August 9, 2014 (EDT)

Another alias[edit]

Bart is called "The devil in blue shorts" by the organizers of the Teacher of the Year award in The Saga of Carl - title screen.png Episode – "Special Edna" .

Wollert 17:47, July 24, 2010 (UTC)

Bart's evilness... how?[edit]

I don't pay attention to the names of the episodes but I know I have seen all of them.

In one episode it says Bart is evil because of a blood type

Another one says Bart is evil because of the way he was treated his first days of school

The last one says that Bart is evil because of a sip of beer Marge accidently drank while watching the ship "S.S. Float and shoot" on its first mission.

Which one is true?

MrGamerMan1324 08:16, September 7, 2010 (UTC)

Well, it's basically your choice. ♣Epic Faz$FazK$ 14:18, 16 October 2011 (EDT)

okay, so i like to mention that Bart's not evil (merely mischievous), and while all of what you mentioned above could be the reason to his ... behavior, i'd like to believe it's more because of his family life. think about it, he has a father who's been strangling him for any type of juvenile behavior (which, as bart is juvenile, namely only 10, is a little stupid) literally ever since he was born. he has a mother who apparently sees nothing wrong with it, and a sister who's been hailed as his better ever since she was born (case in point, his family didn't find out about a bad teacher (and his first one, to be honest) until months afterwards, mainly because they were busy finding a school for a girl who didn't need to go to school for two years). he obviously seeks attention from his parents (as seen in a few episodes), and it seems to be the main reason for all his...behavior. Davoid123 (talk) 04:29, May 16, 2016 (EDT)

Find informations[edit]

Hi, when I want to find some things that Bart likes: I've to read a big text here. That's why I'm allways go to a german Simpsons Wiki Simpsonspedia. I'm not very good at German but it's much better than here . 05:08, 24 September 2011 (EDT)

Urm... the more information the better. It shows that we are bigger and better than Simpsonspedia. SolarDragonName.png (Talk - Contribs.) 13:12, 27 September 2011 (EDT)

Mort Simpson[edit]

Could someone please source where we got "Mort Simpson" from? I don't ever remember hearing it. --Will k (Talk ~ Contributions) 19:22, 7 November 2011 (EST)

Greetings. Here is the source: Original Name of Bart Simpson --Light blue (talk) 12:21, October 22, 2013 (EDT)
Here is some another site: Facts About Bart Simpson --Light blue (talk) 12:25, October 22, 2013 (EDT)


There's something I've been wondering. Why is Bart so fat? I can tell by the fat belly. I can understand Homer, mainly because he's so lazy, sleeps on the job, you get the idea. Can anyone explain to me why Bart is fat? —Preceding unsigned comment added by (talk) 16:17, January 3, 2014


So apparently you can't edit the page about bart, so I'm posting this here. The future section didn't mention that bart will be considered a prophet of peace and understanding 1000 years in the future (it was alluded to in that episode that he became a catholic). Please add it. (I think that would be the greatest achievement any of the simpsons did, more than homer stopping drinking, or lisa becoming a president or bart becoming chief justice) Davoid123 (talk) 09:25, May 11, 2016 (EDT)

Bart's German voice actress[edit]

I just wanted to say that Bart's German voice actress is Sandra Schwittau. Shiyo07 (talk) 10:13, October 13, 2017 (EDT)

Could have sworn it was already there. It's been added now, thanks. The Solar Dragon 11:15, October 13, 2017 (EDT)

Bart's Latin American Spanish voice[edit]

Claudia Motta confirmed his return as the Latin American Spanish voice of Bart Simpson for Season 32. https://doblaje.fandom.com/es/wiki/Anexo:32%C2%AA_temporada_de_Los_Simpson#Personajes_principales

Marina Huerta (seasons 1-9, seasons 16-31) Claudia Motta (seasons 9-15, since season 32) Maggie Vera (some songs since season 30) —Preceding unsigned comment added by (talk) 22:20, July 10, 2021