ICYMI: The Simpsons Pay Tribute To The Late Mrs. Krabappel

November 4, 2013 / Posted by:

On last night’s episode of The Simpsons (which was supposed to be a re-run of the classic episode Bart The Lover, but that didn’t happen due to “technical difficulties“), the show paid tribute to the late Marcia Wallace, the voice of Mrs. Krabappel who is now HA!-ing at the angels in heaven, by showing a sads-stricken Bart writing the words “We’ll Really Miss You Mrs. K” on the chalkboard. Bart will probably tell your ass that he only looks weepy-eyed because that chalk kicks up a lot of dust.

The Simpsons producers Al Jean said that they will retire Mrs. K. I hope that means that in a future episode, that creepy, NOT RIGHT ho Ned Flanders will learn that Mrs. K finally realized that he’s the black widower of Springfield and was coming for her next, so she quit that bitch and is now living in London where she’s the dominatrix of choice to high-powered businessmen.

And the episode closed with this:


I know. It’s way too early in the day to feel emotions. And I am patiently waiting to see how Nick at Nite will pay tribute to Joey Gladstone’s hot ginger admirer.

via Warming Glow

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