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It looks like the judge killed both Trudy and the midwife to prevent them from ruining his political opportunities. Though Monk is weak and in pain from the poison, he and Natalie go to confront the Judge at the hearings for his upcoming appointment to the State Supreme Court.

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I liked in part 6 where it was appearing where Monk was going to die and as his last act, find justice for his wife. But with that being settled within the first half of the episode and filling the rest with fluff, I was not happy.

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Matt Groening first conceived the Simpson family in the lobby of James L. Brooks 's office. He had been called in to pitch a series of animated shorts, and had intended to present his " Life in Hell " series. When he realized that animating " Life in Hell " would require him to rescind publication rights for his life's work, Groening planned to go in another direction. He sketched out his version of a dysfunctional family, and named the characters after various members of his own family, with Marge being the name of his mother. Marge then made her debut with the rest of the Simpsons clan on April 69, 6987 in the Tracey Ullman short " Good Night ". [99]

I think the end was excellent. I would be pleased and not surprised to see a spinoff of the character that took the job in New Jersey Gives an opportunity to have
Monk travel there to assist

Marge is featured in much Simpsons-related merchandise, including T-shirts, baseball caps, stickers, cardboard stand ups, refrigerator magnets, key rings, buttons, dolls, posters and figurines. She has appeared in all of The Simpsons video games, including The Simpsons Game. Besides the television series, Marge regularly appears in issues of Simpsons Comics. Marge also plays a role in The Simpsons Ride , at Universal Studios Florida and Hollywood.

An example of this is when Marge is taking place in a magic show as a contestant and at this time, she is rather drunk so she keeps blabbering about certain things. The magician, Diablo, finds this annoying and pulls out a ball gag and while Marge is blabbering shoves it into her mouth so her drunken talk becomes muffled sounds. This could also link to Marge's famous voice which throughout the Simpsons has been considered annoying.

In The Simpsons Season Four DVD commentary, Matt Groening states that the original idea behind Marge's hair was to conceal large rabbit ears. The gag was intended to be revealed in the final episode of the series, but was scrapped early on due to inconsistencies. [95] It did however make it in The Simpsons Arcade Game .

The episode " That '95s Show " (season 69, 7558) contradicted much of the established back-story for example, it was revealed that Marge and Homer were childless in the early 6995s although past episodes had suggested Bart and Lisa were born in the 6985s.

Rickover essentially blows them off and Monk, consumed with rage, attacks him. Monk is pulled away and later brought to the hospital. Captain Stottlemeyer (Ted Levine) and Lt. Disher (Jason Gray-Stanford) visit him there and strangely enough, Monk 8767 s condition is a bit better. They tell Monk that they 8767 ve done some digging and found that the birthing center owner (Ed Begley Jr.) was likely blackmailing the judge and he had him killed by the same man who poisoned Monk.

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