This is a list of main characters seen in the animated television series Geo TV.

Geo GuyEdit

Main article: Geo Guy

Geo Guy is a bright, unselfish, creative and somewhat shy boy who give Gum Q. Kazoo when he was three years old. Geo Guy is unusually clever and almost always knows what to do when there is a problem. He stands three feet, six inches tall and weighing 163 pounds (according to his Card). Geo TV's creator Geo G. said in an interview that Geo Guy was based on his teenager at the age of seven following his father's passing.


Main article: Rico

Rico is, at the core of his personality, a clever, narcissistic maniac. Series creator Geo G. has said in an interview that the character was based on his childhood prior to the death of his father at the age of seven. Ricken is abrasive, trouble-making, immature, jealous, and manipulative, partially due to his restless energy, cleverness, and delusional narcissism. When first introduced, Rico was shown to have a slightly more gentle personality, kind to everyone and willing to protect his best friend Geo Guy.[2] However, somewhat quickly, his personality shifted considerably. Rico developed a rather quirky personality and has often proclaimed himself to be "the best friend ever." This was in jeapordy when Uncle Pockets visited. He has often demonstrated a hyper, albeit nonchalant personality and is sometimes incredibly naïve and childish. Still, as demonstrated in the episode "Buy a Freakin' PS1, Man", he cares very deeply for his friends. When Eis is thought to have been "shot" by hunters, Rico bursts into tears and confesses how much Eis meant to him as a friend. However, when Eis is later found to be alive and well, Rico tries to cover for his previous outburst by acting flippant about the whole thing.


Main article: Eis

Eis is one of Geo Guy's friends and High School in Mr. Kioons's class. He once annoyed a guilt-ridden Geo Guy when he hid under a pile of leaves and pretended to be Principal Bonney's corpse, and he failed to vote for Geo Guy in the class presidential election.

Eis was one of the teenagers in the Model UN Club that were stranded on an island and, thinking he was going to die, Geo Guy mistook him for Wendell.


Main article: Jea Tenromon

In terms of personality, Jea is shown to be bright and intelligent. She is also an excellent saxophone player and has won enough trophies and awards to fill a room. Jea has proven to be as smart as Coraline from Geo's World, but in a diorama contest both girls easily lost to Sam. After the contest, both girls invite Sam to play with them.

Mr. GodEdit

Main article: Mr. God

A British jesus friend. He is in charge of god and is very strict about the rules.


Main article: Jeremy Duncan

Jeremy is the main character in Zits. He is 15 years old, and is in a band called Goat Cheese Pizza. Speaking of pizza, Jeremy LOVES food.

Homer SimpsonEdit

Main article: Homer Simpson

Homer Jay Simpson was born in Connecticut as the third child of Abraham Simpson, and the only child of Mona Simpson. In 1960, Homer experimented to see if he could push fifteen crayons into his nose, which resulted in one being lodged into his brain and being responsible for his current below-average intelligence. He was raised on the Simpsons farm by his parents until they were forced to move out in 1963 due to Homer spooking the cows by jumping out of a bale of hay and scaring them into giving sour milk, causing the bank to foreclose it. At some point during his childhood, Abe seemed to feed beer to Homer Simpson, but he quit drinking beer until he was older upon Barney's suggestion after he caused a multi-car pileup in his playschool car. In the late 1960s, while Homer was between nine and twelve years of age, Mona went into hiding following a run-in with the law. However, before she started protesting, she took Homer and her husband to the Woodstock Music Festival, where Homer ended up briefly adopting the Hippie lifestyle (and Abe Simpson attempted to send him off to the Vietnam War as punishment for wanting to be a Hippie). In 1966, Homer, along with Lenny, Carl, and Moe Syszlak, went over to a deep gorge for a nice swim, but the water was drained. When investigating why the lake was reduced to a muddy pit, he stumbled upon a decomposing corpse inside the pipe, greatly traumatizing him and leading to his occasional overeating. Homer attended Springfield High School and fell in love with Marge Bouvier in 1974.[6] After high school, Homer and Marge bought an apartment at Springfield Place. During this time, Marge gets a letter accepting her into college. To pay for her tuition, Abe gives him a job at Simpson Lazer Tag as well as this, along with Lou, Lenny and Carl, Homer is part of a barbershop quartet. When Marge becomes infatuated by her professor, Homer changes the band's name to Sadgasm and they invent grunge music. Marge realizes that she really loves Homer, and she goes back to him.[7] In 1978, Marge became pregnant with Bart (after discovering this, Homer tore out half of his hair). At this time Homer was working at Sir Putt-A-Lot's Merrie Olde Fun Centre, turning the crank that spins the windmill. The two got married in Shotgun Pete's 24 Hour Wedding Chapel, a small wedding chapel across the state line. They spent their wedding reception alone at a truck stop, before ending up at the Bouvier's House, where they lived at the time. After failing to get a job at the newly built Nuclear Power Plant, Homer left Marge to find a job by which he could support his family. He went to work at a taco restaurant called the Gulp 'n' Blow, until Marge found him and convinced him to return home with her. As a result, Homer confronted Mr. Burns and secured a job at the Plant.[8] Two years after Bart was born, Marge became pregnant with Lisa in 1980 (after discovering this, Homer tore out all but three strands of his hair), shortly before the couple brought their first house.[9] Homer's second leap to stardom was his success as the lead singer and songwriter for the barbershop quartet The Be Sharps, even winning a Grammy (he later complains that a Grammy isn't worth winning). During his time with the group, Homer was frequently absent from home, which put stress on his marriage. After the group broke up due to creative differences, Homer went back to Springfield to continue his old life.[4] Some time in the late 1980s, Homer drew up a budget so that he could work at his dream job, a pin monkey at Barney's uncle's Barney's Bowlarama. The budget included buying regular toilet paper and that only one of the kids could go to college. Unfortunately for Homer, Marge became pregnant with Maggie in 1987, shortly after he started his new job, and not being able to support his family, he went back to the Nuclear Plant.[10] Since then Homer has started many jobs, including being a professional astronaut for NASA, but has ended up back where he began at the Nuclear Plant. He has nearly caused the destruction of Springfield a couple of times, after a nuclear meltdown at the plant and polluting Lake Springfield with his pet pig's (and his own) waste.[11] He dies at Treehouse of Horror XXI.

Bart SimpsonEdit

Main article: Bart Simpson

Bart is a self-proclaimed underachiever who is constantly in detention. He is easily distracted (even, strangely enough, by algebraic equations). His penchant for shocking people began before he was born: Bart "mooned" Dr. Hibbert while he performed a sonogram on Marge, and moments after being born he set fire to Homer's tie (Marge saying that he could not have because he was only ten minutes old). His blood type is the very rare Double O Negative (OO-);[5] only he and Mr. Burns are known to have it. Bart's first words were "Ay Carumba".

Bart's interests include Krusty the Clown (he is "Krusty Buddy" number 16302), skateboarding, reading comic books (especially Radioactive Man), watching TV (especially the Krusty The Clown Show and The Itchy & Scratchy Show), terrorizing Lisa, playing video games, helping Lisa solve various problems (e.g. reuniting Krusty with his estranged Father), and pulling off various pranks, (such as mooning unsuspecting people and prank calling Moe at his tavern). Bart also sprays graffiti under the alias 'El Barto', and regularly frequents the Kwik-E-Mart (for bubblegum and Squishees) and The Android's Dungeon. When Yuma Hickman moved to Springfield when Marge was pregnant with Bart.

Bart hinted that his favorite movies are Jaws and the Star Wars trilogy.[6] His best friend is Milhouse Van Houten.

He is the most misunderstood of the family, constantly frustrated by the narrow-minded people of Springfield, who judge him merely by his thoughts and actions.

Lisa SimpsonEdit

Main article: Lisa Simpson

Lisa is quite eclectic in her knowledge and is notably more concerned with world affairs and problems than her cohorts. Lisa shares her intellect and overachieving personality traits with other female members of the Simpson family (revealed that Simpson males inherit a gene on the Y chromosome that prevents them from channeling their intellect),[3] such traits are not seen in the Bouvier family. Lisa also deeply values her integrity, sometimes at the expense of others' needs and happiness, as demonstrated when she cheats on a test in The Wind in the Willows to attain her highest grade of A+++, but later admits her dishonesty to an unreceptive Principal Skinner despite the fact that such a grade allowed the school to gain the extra income it 'desperately' needs. (She later re-grades the test as an F.[4]) Also Lisa was willing to tell everyone about Bart faking his kidnapping attempt to go to a concert, despite the fact that absolutely everybody involved in the case was better off just because she could. Despite her intellect, Lisa has received detention, like her brother Bart, quite a number of times, often because of her rebellious and sometimes bitter attitude and anti-social behavior that is capable of deeply embarrassing authority figures.

Although her rebellion against social norms is usually constructive, Lisa can be whiny, cruel and self-righteous at times. When she believes herself to be right she won't admit that others could be as well, and will often force her beliefs onto people. Notably, her increasing sense of moral righteousness regarding her vegetarianism leads her to proselytize, culminating in her spiteful disruption of a "meat-based" barbecue prepared by Homer (an act she comes to rue).[5] At times, Lisa appears to resist certain situations merely for the sake of resisting them, not because of any genuine ideological opposition. She appears to enjoy breaking the norm for its own sake; in one time, she triumphantly declares that she, a girl, would like to join the football team. When it is revealed that there are already girls on the team, she declares her distaste for a sport that would use a pig's skin to make its ball. When it is revealed that the ball is actually synthetic and the proceeds of buying it go in part to charity, she is at a loss for words and runs off visibly upset.[6] Lisa's first word was Bart.

Despite her high IQ, Lisa does have typical childhood issues, sometimes requiring adult intervention. She once tricked Homer into allowing her to ride the bus alone, only to become hopelessly lost. After his coworkers Lenny and Carl point out that he allowed his 8 year old daughter to ride a bus by herself, Homer comes to her rescue.[7] Lisa has a Jewish imaginary friend named Rachel Cohen who "just got into Brandeis University." Even with a high intellect, Lisa displays more personality traits of an eight-year old, including obsessing over getting a pony, being addicted to TV, and fighting with Bart. Lisa once got addicted to second hand smoke to maintain an impressive level of ballet competence; Homer tries to prevent the addiction unsuccessfully, and in the end Lisa overcomes the addiction herself through means of "Hello Kitty" nicotine patches.[8] She also displays a surprising amount of skill in driving, especially for her age, sometimes even taking the wheel whenever Homer ended up distracted from driving.[9]

Maggie SimpsonEdit

Main article: Maggie Simpson

When Marge became pregnant with Lisa, she and Homer bought their first home. Seven years later, Homer felt financially secure enough to quit his job at power plant and take his dream job at Barney's Bowlarama. Soon after, Marge became pregnant with Maggie, and unable to support his family, Homer reapplied for his job at the power plant. Homer fell into a deep depression but when he held Maggie for the first time after she was born he loved her at first sight. He keeps all of Maggie's baby photos in his office to cheer him up at his workplace.

Like average babies, Maggie is impressionable and easily influenced by what she sees around her. She once hit her father on the head with a mallet, shot a suction dart at his picture and brandished a pencil in imitation of Itchy and Scratchy. Despite her age, Maggie is a formidable sniper[2] and she shot the fingers off of a group of mobsters in rapid succession with a rifle.[3] She was behind the attempted murder of Mr. Burns[4] and she fought Gerald during the St. Patrick day riot, her representing Ireland and Gerald Northern Ireland.[5] When the family's house was being raided by an angry mob, she was able to smash her baby bottle and use it as a makeshift weapon, and she knocked out Russ Cargil, the head of the EPA with a rock when he was about to shoot Homer and Bart with a shotgun.[6]

Maggie is often frightened of her father's attempts to bond with her, even though she does love him. Instead, Maggie shows a much stronger attraction to her mother instead, possibly because Marge is always at home with her whilst Homer is mostly at work or at Moe's.

She is keenly aware of her surroundings, and can usually be seen imitating the flow of action around her. Like Bart, Lisa and Homer, she is not fond of spending time with her aunts Patty and Selma. It is also known that she dislikes Baby Gerald very much, despite apparently marrying him in one Simpsons Comics.

Maggie bears a strong resemblance to Lisa, suggesting that Maggie will look very much like her sister when she reaches eight-years-old. Furthermore, she can play the saxophone amazingly well, and can even change her own diapers, just like Lisa could when she was a baby.

Maggie's first word was "Daddy", something neither Bart or Lisa would call him when they were babies.[7] On another occasion, Maggie's speaks the word "Ja"; a Norwegian word (meaning "Yes"). She has also said "Dadily Doodily" when she was in the care of Ned Flanders.[8]

Marge SimpsonEdit

Main article: Marge Simpson

Early lifeEdit

Marge Bouvier once stated she has the same birthday as Randy Quaid and in other episode she claimed sharing birthday with Meg Ryan, which is contradictory. In another episode she also stated that her birthstone, if she were born three months later, would be emerald, indicating that she was born in February. We have not seen a clear birth year. She is the third born child of the Bouvier family. Marge was raised by her parents, Jacqueline and Clancy Bouvier. She has a pair of sisters, the joyless twins, Patty and Selma, both of whom vocally disapprove of Homer.

Meeting HomerEdit

Marge went on to attended Springfield High School, and in her final year met Homer Simpson. She was at first wary of Homer, but agreed to have a study date with him, only to find out that Homer was only doing this to get her to go to prom with him. She ended up going with Artie Ziff, but ditched him to be with Homer. she regrets going with him because he tried to have sex with her afterwards. Artie takes her home and later on she picks up Homer, who was walking home in her car. Marge tells him how much she regretted going to the prom with Artie instead of him, causing Homer to somewhat repair the strap of her dress with the corsage he got her. After that decision, her sisters showed their discontent towards him and ultimately thinks he was just wrong for her. However, Selma does show that she's willing to make a sincere attempt to like Homer for Marge's sake, causing him to have a higher opinion of her. Whereas Patty has never attempted to try and is always on Marge's case to leave Homer, thus it's why she and Homer hate each other. (Marge actually met Homer when she was at Camp Land-A-Man, but he didn't call himself Homer and she burnt her hair so that it was brown).


After the two started dating for several years, Marge discovered she was pregnant with Bart, and she and Homer were married in a small wedding chapel across the state line. Lisa was born soon after, and the couple bought their first house.

Married LifeEdit

Marge is the mother of the Simpson Family, who spends most her time doing housework, caring for Maggie, being supportive of and indulging Lisa and either disciplining Bart or protecting him from Homer's wrath. Marge is the only member of the family who encourages church attendance. She also appears to have significant athletic ability. She is bilingual, being fully fluent in French. Her marriage with Homer was also very strong, surviving cheating and other factors. In addition, they once refused to participate in a key party as soon as they realized what a key party was and promptly left, although Homer also took the key jar with them, most likely to find his car keys.

Wild EscapadesEdit

Despite these tendencies Marge has had her fair share of wild escapades throughout the show’s history. She was once a police officer in Springfield,[4] took therapy for flight fear,[5] was jailed for shoplifting,[6] became a gambling addict,[7] showed alcoholic tendencies,[8] was an unwilling participant in a cross-country police chase,[9] overdosed on steroids,[10] cheated on a cooking competition[11] and developed amnesia.[12]


Marge has had many jobs, most of which lasted a short period of time, these include:


Marge is a foil to her reckless and impulsive husband. She has high morals and a tendency to be a 'wet blanket' as Homer puts it. She dislikes and tries to avoid taking any sort of risk, can be fearful of new things and has set her life to a routine to the point she has actually worn a groove into the carpet going from the kitchen to the bedroom and the basement from her constant housework. Her sense of order is not only essential to the household, however. In one episode it is revealed that, if Marge were to be removed from the town (she was in jail), the entire town of Springfield would fall to bits. Although her level-headedness is often not appreciated, she is needed by everyone in order to maintain stability.

She tends to consider anything that isn't completely plain to be amazing or exotic, even if they're not all that special, such as deviled ham opposed to normal ham and buttered noodles opposed to un-buttered noodles. She has also been depicted as a killjoy and attempt to stop things that other characters otherwise find fun. She always believes she has a good reason for doing so even if it's only her that has a problem. She once had Itchy and Scratchy banned because Maggie injured Homer after imitating a scene from the cartoon.[17] She tried to demolish a burlesque house even though it hurt no one and no one else wanted it destroyed,[18] and she outright says that if something isn't to her taste then no one else should be allowed to enjoy it.[19] Homer sums up his wife when he tells her: "If it were up to [Marge], all we'd ever do is work and go to church."

In addition to her killjoy tendencies, Marge has also been shown to be a hypocrite on several occasions such as secretly keeping Homer's hand gun for herself after disapproving of his use of it so much that he eventually decided to throw it away.[20] Other occasions of her hypocrisy include using violent methods in order to protest against the violent Grand Theft Scratchy video game, as stated by Lisa. In the Simpsons Comics #100 - Clip Clip Hooray, it is revealed that Marge would occasionally team up with Luann Van Houten, Agnes Skinner, and Sarah Wiggum in a sacred motherly conspiracy called "The Motherlode", where mothers throw away the comic book collections of their children, whenever they get big enough, then sell them off a bit at a time and use the money to buy motherly accessories. It is also revealed that the reason why no one can ever by the Simpsons comics in Springfield is because Marge is so embarrassed by how the artists draw her that she buys all of the comics on New Comic Day and at Comic-Cons, while Bart and Lisa are at school.[21]

There have also been occasions where Marge's wishes and demands have led to trouble at the expense of her family such as:

  • Forcing Homer and Larry Burns to turn themselves in, after they fake a kidnapping.[22]
  • Forcing Bart to apologize to Lisa for "making her" miss the Isis exhibit, due to Marge backing out on her promise to take her there, in order to get the comedy props that Bart glued to his face removed.[23]
  • Forcing Bart go to Nelson's birthday party, after he convinces everyone else in his class not to go.[24]
  • Playing Maggies Roofie CD 24 hours a day around the house despite everyone elses obvious hatred of it [25]

Despite many of Springfield's occasional riots and animosity against any given member of the Simpson family, Marge is still shown to be very trusting, even towards her fair-weathered friends and acquaintances who criticize her family and her tastes on a weekly basis. [1][2]===Physical Appearance=== Marge usually wears a strapless green dress, red shoes, tall blue hair and a red pearl necklace. The pearl necklace is a family heirloom and she is seen to have a big drawer full of them.[26] Lisa also wears a pearl necklace, but with white pearls. Doctor Hibbert revealed that she has webbed toes in "Marge in Chains ". She remarked that she used to have a "perfect 26-26-26" figure.[27] [3]====Hair==== As a teen, Marge had waist length hair that she always wore down, but got the idea to wear it in her trademark beehive for senior prom;[28] this is sometimes contradicted by recent flashbacks showing Marge as a child, where she is portrayed with her hair worn tall. Her hair is thick enough for her to keep objects like the family savings in it.[29] Her hair is once shown close to her knees, consistent with the logic that a lot of hair would be needed to create her tall beehive.[30] It was revealed by Homer that Marge dyes her hair with blue dye #56, stating "She’s been gray as a mule since she was seventeen." [31] Marge herself has made reference to blue not being her natural color, telling this once to the private camera on a reality TV show. Though, she obviously doesn't want anyone know this as she instantly tried to steal the tape.[32] Because of her unusually large hairstyle, her height is reported to be 8'6", as noted by Apu.[6] Her hair was blue before she met Homer and was brunette at one time due to Marge ironing a piece of her hair for a long time.[33]

Political ViewsEdit

Politically, Marge generally aligns with the Democratic Party. She once mentions that she voted for Jimmy Carter ("twice" according to Lisa) and supported the candidacy of their state's progressive governor Mary Bailey, and also claimed to have been extremely depressed when Lyndon B. Johnson died. She, however, appears to be a Conservative Democrat, unlike the Left-Winged Lisa.


Marge is a very talented painter. When she was a teenager she had an intense crush on Ringo Starr and painted [4]a large number of portraits of him. She also wrote to him, but only received a reply 25 years later. After Homer discovered her old paintings, Lisa encouraged Marge to enroll in an art contest in which her portrait of a drunk Homer asleep on the couch won a local art competition. She was then hired by Mr. Burns to do a portrait of him. After many attempts, she almost gave up until a belated response from Ringo Starr (stating that she had talent) inspired her to continue. The resulting portrait won even Mr. Burns’ praise, a massive feat in itself, and was placed at the Springfield Art Museum's Burn's Wing.[34]

Marge is also very talented cook. She once brought a pretzel business, which flourished with the aid of the mafia.[35] She has entered various cooking challenges, although circumstances such as vengeful competitors and overheated ovens cause her to lose and once, sabotage other competitors. Marge says she feeds the family on twelve dollars a week, using sawdust to pad Homer's food.[11] Generally she is regarded as a very good cook, despite the unusual fact that she knows of fewer than eight spices and apparently constructs very bad ice cream sundaes. She is especially renowned for her pork chops, Homer's favorite dish. She once worked in Au Naturel, an erotic bakery in Springfield.[16]

Marge also occasionally displays superhuman strength. She's been seen swinging Homer around in a circle during a dance contest and also once effortlessly tossed a motorcycle to Homer up a flight of stairs. She's also knocked out Snake with a garbage lid.