| William Clark
| Character Information
William Clark was an explorer. He appeared in a story told by Marge.
Clark, along with Meriwether Lewis, was trying to get to the Pacific Ocean. The expedition team went to a Native American village where Clark immediately gave Chief Homer a flag and told them to cover up their nakedness and to worship their God. Chief Homer then gave them Sacagawea to help them on their expedition. Later, when Sacagawea asked them how they became explorers, because they were incompetent, Lewis told her it was because they owned a compass, while Clark told her that the needle was just painted on.
Eventually, they made it to the Columbia River where Clark said they could ride it to the Pacific Ocean and get some mermaid sex. Sacagawea told them that they were salmon, not mermaids. Clark told Sacagawea that she should be grateful for civilizing her, causing Sacagawea to storm off. Lewis and Clark chased after her and saved her from a mountain lion by opening their clothes and making themselves seem bigger. Sacagawea was surprised that they came to find her again and listened to her advice. Shortly after this, they made it to the Pacific Ocean.