Who: Milhouse Mussolini Van HoutenVoiced By: Pamela HaydenIntroduced: "Simpsons Roasting on an Open Fire" (episode 7G08, Dec. 17, 1989), which was the first "Simpsons" episode after a string of shorts on "The Tracy Ullman Show"Best Episode: "Radioactive Man" (episode 2F17, Sept. 24, 1995) in which Milhouse gets cast as Fallout Boy in the "Radioactive Man" movieFun Fact: Takes his first name from President Richard Milhous Nixon and his last either from Van Houten Avenue in Portland, Ore. (the hometown of "Simpsons" creator Matt Groening) or from Charles Manson follower Leslie Van Houten.Why We Love Him: Because he reminds us of ourselves when we were that age. Plus, we hope he'll one day have a brother and that they form a cool rock band they name after themselves.
Who: Morris "Moe" Lester SzyslakVoiced By: Christopher Collins, Hank AzariaIntroduced: "Simpsons Roasting on an Open Fire" (episode 7G08, Dec. 17, 1989), which was so funny that we videotaped it -- which was like TiVo-ing back in the Stone Age -- because we feared that it would never be seen againBest Episode: "Homer the Moe" (episode CABF20, Nov. 18, 2001) in which Moe redecorates the bar, making it a cool hip joint, and utters the immortal line, "Nobody calls Moe St. Cool a phony!"Fun Fact: Before being the voice of Moe in the episodes "Some Enchanted Evening" and "Homer's Odyssey," Collins -- who died in 1994 -- was best known as the voice of Cobra Commander on "G.I. Joe." Before taking over as the voice of Moe, Azaria, who now also does "Simpsons" characters such as Apu, Bumblebee Man and Dr. Nick Riviera, did an episode of "Family Ties."Why We Love Him: Because he can be as evil, and as funny, as Mr. Burns, while also lacking the internal censor that makes Homer so funny and, well, evil.
TODAY I SHOW THIS TWO PERSONAGES, BOTH WITH FUNNY WAY! THE FIRST ONE (MILHOUSE) THE TARGET OF BART IN HIS JOKES... AND THE SECOND BY YOUR WAY INTO YOUR BAR, WITH YOUR COSTUMERS, SPECIALLY WITH HOMMER SIMPSON...DONT FORGET THIS TV SHOW!