Here are 27 twisted facts about Homer Simpson that only die hard fans of The Simpsons may already know. Over the last 30 years of Fox's animated show, Homer's story has evolved through some incredible changes. The same can be said about every member of the show, but it has really been Homer that has flourished under the supervision of creator Matt Groening.
Homer is the husband to Marge and father to Bart, Lisa, and Maggie, and he works for the Springfield Nuclear Power Planet as a low-level safety inspector. With so many different hats to wear, Homer has yet to master any of them. There are certainly several strengths and redeeming qualities to him as a character, but he also has his fair share of flaws. He has his over aggressive outbursts or his occasional dumb decision, but he's also known to do what is needed for his family.
As the central character of The Simpsons, Homer is now the center of Screen Rant's attention in our new video. Given the popularity of the series, it is no surprise that Homer has become such an iconic character. There is a reason that the series has lasted for as long as it has after all, and with so much attention given to Homer, we compiled a list of 27 twisted facts about him that only die hard fans of the series may know about already. Check out every entry in the video at the top of this post.
If it wasn't clear already, this list solidifies just how much we already know about Homer's life - in the present, past, and even possible futures. His attitude and personality has managed to stay the same throughout it all. That said, The Simpsons has shown how his look changed over time, going from a full head of brown hair as an adolescent to the mostly bald look he has now (including the "M" he sports now as a nod to Groening).
Now that even more fans of The Simpsons know about these crazy Homer facts, they can look forward to the future of the show adding even more. Fox already renewed the show for two more seasons prior to the Disney acquisition going through, so there is no reason to worry that Disney could end the longest running animated show in history. In fact, they've already announced plans to make every episode available on their streaming service, Disney+, so fans both old and new will be able to revisit any episode of The Simpsons in the very near future with ease.