Simpsons flanders dating video
Is Ned the kind of guy a movie star would fall for? If not, which Simpsons character would you go out with?An informal poll for the female Dopers: Would you go out with Ned Flanders? (Yeah, I know we're talking about cartoon characters here, but come on, play along.) Personally, I'd find him annoying. Plus, did you ever see the episode where Maude dies?
Most bad episodes can be safely skipped or ignored.He thoroughly worships God and strictly follows the Bible as literally as possible and is easily shocked when challenged on any point of dogma.He also owns the Leftorium and a home business, Flancrest Enterprises, which makes religious hook rugs. Springfield was rebuilt in a different place and everyone moved to the new city and abandoned the old one In the show’s 500th episode, Season 23’s “At Long Last Leave,” the Springfield townspeople held a secret meeting to kick the Simpsons out of the city because their constant antics have bankrupted Springfield.The Simpsons go to live in an unincorporated community called “The Outlands” that’s run-down and has no laws.He is a genuinely well-meaning good-natured person, and is one of the few in Springfield to whom that description applies.
Though firmly religious, he can be timid and something of an easy pushover.
The Simpsons hasn't as yet (that I've seen, but I don't have cable so I'm limited to what's shown in syndication) explored this part of Ned's character.
I was having this exact conversation with a female friend of mine and we realized that those lovely qualities are shared by men we know and greatly admire (and are attracted to!
He also works as a member of the Springfield Volunteer Fire Department.
Ned Flanders grew up in New York and was the son of "Freaky Beatniks" who did not discipline Ned and let him run wild. Foster, a psychiatrist, who put the young Ned through the University of Minnesota Spankalogical Protocol, which involved eight months of continuous spanking.
Shortly after Wallace's death Bart's ever-changing message on the chalkboard read, "We'll really miss you Mrs K", and the eagle-eyed might have spotted an angel version of Krapabbel in the opening credits of The Simpsons Christmas episode.