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Watch: ‘The Simpsons’ Tribute To Marcia Wallace, The Voice Of Edna Krabappel

The Playlist By Kevin Jagernauth | The Playlist March 11, 2014 at 3:02PM

Last fall, "The Simpsons" lost a key component of the creative magic that has kept them on the air for over two decades: Marcia Wallace, the voice behind Bart's longtime teacher/nemesis Edna Krabappel passed away. And last week, the creators aired their tribute to the actress during a new episode of the show.
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Last fall, "The Simpsons" lost a key component of the creative magic that has kept them on the air for over two decades: Marcia Wallace, the voice behind Bart's longtime teacher/nemesis Edna Krabappel passed away. And last week, the creators aired their tribute to the actress during a new episode of the show.

It features her husband Ned Flanders (man, we have not watched this show in a long time) remembering an evening dancing with his late wife, before recalling how much he'll miss her distinctive laugh. It's a short and sweet scene, with a nice little turn from Nelson at the end putting the final touch on it. Watch below and share with us your favorite Krabappel episode—for this writer, it's the season three episode "Bart The Lover," where Bart tricks her into a pen pal romance with a man named Woodrow. [Deadline]


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