‘The Simpsons’ Remembers Marcia Wallace in Edna Krabappel’s Final Episode (VIDEO)

Edna Krabappel

The Simpsons” paid tribute to the late Marcia Wallace in its final episode for Edna Krabappel, Springfield’s long-standing elementary school teacher. Wallace voiced the character in more than 100 episodes of the show.

The episode revolved around the comeback of villain Sideshow Bob, but the touching final scene portrayed Ned Flanders daydreaming about Edna. In the dream, Ned dances with Edna and she proceeds to laugh. Ned then awakens and says, “I sure do miss that laugh.”

The touching moment is then abruptly disrupted by Nelson’s signature cackle, but he then says, “I miss her, too.”

Very touching tribute to Marcia Wallace aka Mrs. Edna Krabappel #simpsons #fox #nedfalnders #ladykiller #whosnext

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  1. Shawn says:

    Ned’s been a widower twice now…which makes it even more sad. I mean, they are just animated characters, but when they’ve been a part of your life for so long (I’ve been watching since the first full episode came out in 1989), it’s just as hard as if an old friend died.

  2. Excuse me while I go cry in a corner.

  3. tony says:

    Simpons? I think every single time I visit this site I find a mistake. Are the writers all drunk?

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