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|Robert Underdunk Terwilliger
, better known by his stage name
Sideshow Bob, is a recurring character
in the animated television series The
Simpsons. He is voiced by Kelsey
Grammer and first appeared briefly in
the episode "The Telltale Head". Bob is
a self-proclaimed genius who attended
Yale, a member of the Republican
Party, and a champion of high culture.
He began his career as a sidekick on
Krusty the Clown's television show, but
after enduring constant abuse, Bob
attempted to frame his employer for
armed robbery in "Krusty Gets Busted".
The plan was foiled by Bart Simpson,
and Sideshow Bob was sent to prison.
Bob made his second major
appearance in season three's "Black
Widower"; the writers echoed the
premise of the Coyote chasing the Road
Runner by having Bob unexpectedly
insert himself into Bart's life and attempt
to kill him. In each appearance
thereafter, Bob has assumed the role on
The Simpsons of an evil genius.
Episodes in which he is a central
character typically involve Sideshow
Bob being released from prison and
executing an elaborate revenge plan,
usually foiled by Bart and Lisa. His plans
often involve murder and destruction,
usually targeted at Bart or, less often,
Krusty, though these plans often involve
targeting the entire Simpson family.
Sideshow Bob shares some personality
traits of Grammer's character Frasier
Crane from the sitcoms Cheers and
Frasier, and has been described as
"Frasier pickled in arsenic". Several
parallels have been explicitly drawn in
The Simpsons between Bob and Frasier
Crane – Bob's brother Cecil and his
father were played by David Hyde
Pierce and John Mahoney respectively,
echoing the roles they played in Frasier.
Grammer, who based Bob's voice on
that of actor Ellis Rabb, has been
praised for his portrayals of the
character. In 2006, he won an Emmy for
Outstanding Voice-Over Performance
for his work in the episode "The Italian
|Krusty the Clown
born Herschel Krustofski, is the son of
Rabbi Hyman Krustofski. Hyman
strongly opposed Krusty's wish to
become a clown and make people
laugh, wanting the boy to go to yeshiva
instead. However, Krusty performed
slapstick comedy behind his father's
back. One day, he was performing at a
rabbi's convention when one joking
rabbi squirted seltzer on him, washing
off his clown makeup. When Rabbi
Krustofski found out, he disowned his
son, and did not speak to him for 25
years. Krusty later reconciled with his
father with the assistance of Bart and
Lisa. It was later revealed that Krusty
did not have a Bar Mitzvah service,
because Hyman feared he would
violate the sanctity of the rites by
"acting up." Krusty had two adult Bar
Mitzvah ceremonies: a Hollywood
gala, then a simple ceremony
intended to reconnect with his
father. After leaving the Lower East
Side of Springfield, Krusty started his
show biz career as a street mime in
Tupelo, Mississippi. Krusty later
discovered that he has a daughter
named Sophie. He had met Sophie's
mother when she served as a soldier in
the Gulf War and he was entertaining
the troops. After spending the night
together, he prevented her from
assassinating Saddam Hussein to
protect his career and after that she
started hating clowns, and kept their
daughter a secret from Krusty.
Krusty has his own show: The Krusty the
Clown Show, which is aimed towards a
children's audience and has many
followers, including Bart Simpson.
Some of the early details of Krusty's
career have been revealed in clips, but
many have been contradictory. For
example, Krusty once revealed that he
was banned from television for
consecutive ten and twenty-two year
periods taking him from 1957 to 89..
When Krusty makes a tribute to Bob at
the last minute, however, Bob has a
change of heart and stops Bart from
fulfilling his mission. Bob and Krusty
later reconciled, with Krusty
exclaiming that Bob's attempts at
Krusty's life make his ratings shoot
through the roof.