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Simpsons - Who's Address
At the beginning of this episode, Chief Wiggum is at a house he thinks is 742 Evergreen Terrace to find a cattle russler. Rev Lovejoy says it the house next door. Now, if you are a Simpsons fan, you'll know that 742 Evergreen Terrace is actually the Simpsons address, and the place next to the Rev's is definitly not it.
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Scolman on 11-28-2000
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Koffball writes:
There also seems to be a bit of confusion with the residence of Laura and her Mother Ruth because in the episode where they first appear, they move in next door where the Winfields used to live. However, in the episode where Marge and Ruth go out for a night on the town in the Thelma & Louise take-off, Ruth comes back to return her power saw or whatever and then walks to her house across the street.
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marmaladeskies writes:
This has been going on for a couple of years now. They have gone through about seven different addresses for the Simpsons house. Sometimes the number would only be changed for one episode. I think its just the artists screwing with the fans minds!
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technOcolor writes:
they've always lived at 742 evergreen terrace
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Scolman writes:
Check it again, Reverend Lovejoy comes out of the house on the left (Which is supposed to be Flanders place) and points to the house on the right, which he says is 742 Evergreen Terrace. (The house he says is 742 doesn't look anything like the Simpsons house.
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Scolman writes:
Prof Frink never lived to the right of the Simpsons. Sylvia Winfield lived next door before Laura and and her mum moved in.
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Homer writes:
in early episodes, the simpsons did not live at 742 evergreen terrace...simple as that.
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Max writes:
When That Episode Aired The Simpsons House Was 1142 Evergreen terrece But Then Through The Years They Thought 742 Had A Good Sound To It.
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iampong writes:
Actually, in the episode where Troy Miclour (sp) hosts it and they do just bits of other episodes, at the end, they say "And now the Simpsons are living happily in northern Kentucky." They leave it at that. They don't say anything else about where they live. So, Kentucky, that's the place. And, come on people, it's a comedy, they're gonna change the address. And really, WHO CARES?
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Westopher writes:
Flanders live on one side, and i belive its either professor Frink or the mother and daughter (who Bart had a crush on), the newest neighbors
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Nikki writes:
Yeah, I agree with all you guys; I just watched another episode (the one where the Simpsons get new neighbors and Bart likes the Laura) and when Bart was pretending to be Jimbo making a prank call to Moe, he tells him he lives at 1094 Evergreen Terrace. So either the writers don't keep track of their real address and just keep forgetting it, or they're just playing with our minds!
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kcook21 writes:
Let's just put this into perspective, we don't even know where in America the Simpsons live, so it would stand to reason that the creators would play mind games with the address as well
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LIT316 writes:
In the episode Hurricane Neddy they show the hurricane didn't affect the Simpsons house but they move the camera to the left and show the Flanders house in pieces. But the thing I don't get is, havent there been episodes where the Flanders live to the left?
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ConanaBanana02 writes:
when and where was it even mentioned they live in kentucky?? i think its springfield, mass. the reason being: its near the ocean, near a river, it has mountains, there is snowfall and warm summers, there are a lot of forests, wolves, deer, and coyote are native to mass., not to mention how they speak. all these things are seen in nearly every episode, or used in an episode, of the simpsons. even the language (mayor quimby speaks with the new england accent ie, che-ow-duh instead of chowder). i know this has nothing to do with the slip up but someone mentioned the location and it has always bugged me.
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EskimoBob writes:
I think this is more of an egg than a slip-up. They keep changing which side the Flanders's live on, they change their address, they try to keep it secret where they live (but yes, it is revealed to be northern Kentucky). If they made that many obvious mistakes they would be fired. But the producers either didn't care or did it deliberately.
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Cheki-chee writes:
Are you sure? Ned lives one one side of them but who lives on the other?
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Scolman writes:
Are you sure, marmaladeskies? I don't remember many of the early epsiodes, so I've always known the Simpsons address as 742 Evergreen Terrace. What other episodes where wrong apart from this one?
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