Homer Simpson (Post Season 10)

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Homer, what happened to you?!
He even has his own Jerk-Ass Brand of Cigars.

Homer Simpson is the main protagonist of the long-running American animated sitcom, The Simpsons.

Unfortunately he has been flanderized/out of character from Season 11 onward.

Bad Qualities

  1. His first flanderization turned him into a stupid yet lovably eccentric manchild. Eventually, by Season 11, he became a moronic selfish jerk, physically abusing his son Bart for minor backtalk, lying to and stealing from his own family, is frequently selfish and greedy with the impulse control of a sack of weasels, and effectively an alcoholic in denial, becoming intoxicated on an almost episodic basis, while all the time oblivious of why this might not be acceptable behavior.
  2. His stupidity has been off his character to the point where it just comes off as annoying and sad rather than charming at times. 
  3. Some of the actions he does endanger his family and loved ones (e.g. framing Marge for drunk driving, refusing to let his father Abe go to the bathroom resulting in his kidney bursting).
  4. By Season 16, he lost emotional control, running out of the room or bursting into tears or throwing an angry tantrum on a regular basis.
  5. Ironically his relationship with Flanders is zigzagged. He started off resentful and jealous towards Flanders if in a passive-aggressive sort of way. Starting from Season 6 he became more and more obsessively hateful towards Flanders and was obsessed with making a fool of him. This toned down greatly after Maude's death (likely because there was little way of having him torment a mourning Flanders without crossing into out-and-out vile territory), his treatment of Ned is finally more like a playful rivalry or even just a case of Innocently Insensitive, and it's about time it has toned down because it almost had Homer take a step too far.
  6. As said in the second bad quality, his mean spirited nature can sometimes be unfunny and just sad.

Good Qualities

  1. He was still a far more likable and funny character than most of the other Simpsons characters. He's even a Hollywood Walk of Fame character like Mickey Mouse.
  2. He does apologize whenever he does something wrong to Marge, in episodes like "Bonfire at the Manatees".
  3. Even though his characterization was gone from grace, he still cares about his family and his friends.
  4. There are still episodes where he is in his best.
  5. His D'oh! catchphrase is still funny.
    • On top many others are too.
  6. He does reconcile with Bart in every times.

Comments


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Backman

20 months ago
Score 4
More Good Qualities than Bad Qualities on this page.
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Se

20 months ago
Score 5
Meh, for Loathsome Characters.
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ItDoesNotMeanAnythingAtAll

14 months ago
Score 3
Actually, both good qualities and bad qualities have the same amount.
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Backman

14 months ago
Score 1
The amount described in the comment was actually accurate at the time the comment was made, itself being six months old now.
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Anonymous user #1

16 months ago
Score 2 You
Homer Simpson may be sometimes funny but with his personal bad attitude I find him unlikeable.
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AstroidexAdam

13 months ago
Score 2
sometimes he can be extremely funny, and I agree he can be unlikable at times
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KalloFox34

13 months ago
Score 0
That first bad quality point was just copy-pasted from TV Tropes!
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How is a character loathsome if it has the same amount of redeeming qualities and bad qualities?

Sorry for the bad grammar
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Matthew The Guy

8 months ago
Score 1
It's an Average Character page. He's not loathsome, he is merely average, hence the similar amount of qualities.
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Blubabluba9990

2 months ago
Score 2
@Matthew The Guy he is also on Great Characters Wiki, this wiki's sister wiki.
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Anonymous user #1

9 months ago
Score 0 You
huh
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Anonymous user #1

9 months ago
Score 0 You
dds
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Anonymous user #1

9 months ago
Score 1 You
Wow, he's certainly downgraded a lot; a once classic character and likeable turned into a unlikeable. How the mighty have fallen. Btw, I'm sorry for the previous comment that I posted that was a bad mistake.
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Anonymous user #1

8 months ago
Score 0 You
Where's My Burrito?!
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MrChangeUserNameAlot

one month ago
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Man It's ironic that this character became a copy of peter griffin, that is a copy of homer himself
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MrChangeUserNameAlot

one month ago
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btw this comment is a joke

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