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Encyclopedia > Ralph Wiggum
The Simpsons character
Ralph Wiggum
Gender Male
Hair color Straight black, possibly brown
Job Student at Springfield Elementary
Relatives Parents: Clancy and Sarah
Grandparents: Iggy (deceased)
(See also Wiggum family)
First appearance Moaning Lisa
Voice actor Nancy Cartwright

Ralph Wiggum is a fictional character on the animated series The Simpsons, voiced by Nancy Cartwright.[1] He is best known as the show's resident oddball, and has been immortalized for his non sequiturs and erratic behavior. His lines range from nonsensical, or bizarre interpretations of a current event, to surprisingly profound statements that go over people's heads. For this, Ralph is somewhat of an outcast among his peers, although he seems to be on good terms with a fair number of the major child characters on the show such as Bart, Lisa, and Milhouse. Image File history File links Emblem-important. ... Simpsons redirects here. ... Image File history File links Metadata No higher resolution available. ... Police Chief Clancy Wiggum(1st May 1962) (voiced by Hank Azaria) is a fictional character from the animated television series The Simpsons. ... This article is a list of recurring fictional characters in the animated American television situation comedy The Simpsons. ... The following is a list of characters featured in the American animated television series The Simpsons. ... Moaning Lisa is the sixth full-length episode of The Simpsons. ... Nancy Cartwright (actress) is an American actress, best noted for providing the voice of Bart Simpson. ... Alice, a fictional character based on a real character from the work of Lewis Carroll. ... . ... Simpsons redirects here. ... Nancy Cartwright (actress) is an American actress, best noted for providing the voice of Bart Simpson. ... This article does not cite any references or sources. ... For the comic book series of the same name, see Bart Simpson comics. ... Lisa Marie Simpson is a character in the animated television series The Simpsons, voiced by Yeardley Smith; Lisa is the only character Smith voices on a regular basis. ... Milhouse Mussolini Van Houten is a fictional character featured in the animated television series The Simpsons, voiced by Pamela Hayden. ...


The son of Chief Wiggum and Sarah Wiggum, Ralph is a good-hearted and generally well-meaning boy who suffers from either severe learning and social disabilities (perhaps Autism), or some other form of childhood psychiatric disorder. The nature of his mentality is kept rather ambiguous, much like many of the signature traits of much of the show's cast. Like almost every other character on the show, he may not be quite as simple as he first seems, as evidenced by his hinted immense potential as a performer. He is creator Matt Groening's favorite character.[2] Police Chief Clancy Wiggum(1st May 1962) (voiced by Hank Azaria) is a fictional character from the animated television series The Simpsons. ... This article is a list of recurring fictional characters in the animated American television situation comedy The Simpsons. ... Autism is a brain development disorder characterized by impairments in social interaction and communication, and restricted and repetitive behavior, all exhibited before a child is three years old. ... Matthew Abram Groening (born February 15, 1954[2] in Portland, Oregon;[1] his family name is pronounced , rhymes with raining) is an Emmy Award-winning American cartoonist and the creator of The Simpsons, Futurama and the weekly comic strip Life in Hell. ...

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Character origins

Ralph in one of his first appearances in "Moaning Lisa."

Ralph's first credited appearance in the show was the episode "Moaning Lisa," although he has appeared as an unnamed character beforehand in even the very first episode "Simpsons Roasting on an Open Fire." However, he was considerably different in both appearance and behavior from his later appearances. He differed so much that many consider the episode "Homer vs. Lisa and the 8th Commandment" his "true" first appearance because he is first depicted as he appears for the rest of the series here, (although he appears in "Lisa's Pony" sporting his new look, he humorously speaks with his old voice which is highly reminiscent of Nelson Muntz's tone). Originally intended to be a "Mini-Homer", Ralph eventually took on a life of his own. The show's writing staff figured that he'd also fit perfectly as the son of Chief Wiggum, a fact made canon in "I Love Lisa" (although he is referred to by his last name of Wiggum in "Kamp Krusty" before). Ralph was named after comedian Ralph Kramden.[3] Image File history File links Ralphoriginal. ... Image File history File links Ralphoriginal. ... Moaning Lisa is the sixth full-length episode of The Simpsons. ... Moaning Lisa is the sixth full-length episode of The Simpsons. ... Season 2episode list header}} {{Template:Infobox Simpsons season 1 Season 2episode list}} Simpsons Roasting on an Open Fire, also known as The Simpsons Christmas Special,[2] is the first episode of The Simpsons to air. ... “Homer vs. ... Lisas Pony is episode eight of the The Simpsons third season, which aired on November 7, 1991. ... This article does not cite any references or sources. ... I Love Lisa is the fifteenth episode from the fourth season of The Simpsons, in which the dim-witted and socially-awkward Ralph Wiggum plays a prominent role. ... Kamp Krusty is the first episode of The Simpsons fourth season. ... For the 2005 film, see The Honeymooners (film). ...


The original Ralph design makes a cameo appearance in the episode Bart's Comet as well as in Simpsons Comics #59. Barts Comet is the 14th episode of The Simpsons sixth season. ...


Profile

Ralph is quite an enigma of a child. Upon first glance, one might mistake him for a child with dementia; or perhaps they might even look at him as a mentally challenged child. Throughout the course of the show however, there have been many hints dropped over the true nature of his character. What is definite however, is that he suffers from learning disabilities of some sort, as evidenced by his apparently slow grasp of things in the world around him, his difficulty in studying, and his sporadic speech impediments. His unique manner of speech is often the source of the character's trademark random quotes, where Ralph may make a comment such as "What's a battle?", "It tastes like...burning!", or "Mr. Flanders, you're blindeded!,"[4] [sic] as well as his tendency to call his teacher "School Mommy" and on one occasion calling Superintendent Chalmers "Super Nintendo Chalmers." However, Ralph is also able to speak in a normal manner much of the time, which only adds to the question of his condition and character. For more information on the mystery surrounding his mentality, see below. For other uses, see Dementia (disambiguation). ... Developmental disability is a term used to describe life-long disabilities attributable to mental and/or physical or combination of mental and physical impairments, manifested prior to age twenty-two. ... In the United States and Canada, the term learning disability (LD) is used to refer to a range of neurological conditions that affect one or more of the ways that a person takes in, stores, or uses information. ... Nedward Ned Flanders is a fictional character on The Simpsons, based on the real life Donald Macmillan, heir to the Alcan Fortune, voiced by Harry Shearer. ... The Super Nintendo Entertainment System or Super NES (also called SNES and Super Nintendo) was a 16-bit video game console released by Nintendo in North America, Europe, Australasia, and Brazil between 1990 and 1993. ...


Ralph is often seen in very awkward situations such as eating paste, crayons, worms, knobs, and other such erratic forms of behavior that have since become a staple of the character. Ralph has a rather immense imagination, and is seemingly oblivious to the world around him. As such, he is generally a cheerful boy. However, Ralph also has a hint of tragedy and dark satire to him, like almost every other character on the show. Throughout the show's history, Ralph is eternally the odd one out among his peers at school. “Glue” redirects here. ... For other uses, see Crayon (disambiguation). ... For other uses, see Worm (disambiguation). ...


Relations

Ralph seems to generally get along with many people, as well as occasionally irritate and baffle them. Ralph's father is the police chief of Springfield, Clancy Wiggum and his mother is Sarah Wiggum. Ralph's relationship with his parents seems to be loving and affectionate. Clancy, in particular, rather adores his son as the two do much together, such as various road trips or Ralph's first trip to a major league baseball game as depicted in the comic If you can't Wiggum, join 'em!. Ralph can be quite a handful, however, and there are times where or llama can be neglectful of his son as well. Chief of Police is the title typically given to the head of a police department, particularly in the United States and Canada. ... For other uses, see Springfield. ... Wikipedia does not yet have an article with this exact name. ...


When it comes to school, Ralph is predictably unpopular, although he enjoyed notoriety after his role of Washington. Bart is probably the closest thing Ralph has to a friend, as he is often included in groups with the prankster for various hijinks. Although he can get irritated with him, Bart defends Ralph from verbal bullying at times. It is hinted that in the future, Ralph and Bart's friendship may become much stronger. Ralph also does a fair bit with Lisa, although she too can get irritated from time to time. Their friendship after "I Love Lisa" has endured. Ralph is often seen with a wide variety of children as well, but on school grounds Ralph is unfortunately known as "the most harmless kid in school", which opens him up to bullying like much of the young cast - however, bullies are usually frustrated by his lack of acknowledgment of the bullying, sometimes even enjoying it. Ralph is treated as somewhat of a nuisance by the school board. However, Marge Simpson seems to have taken particular notice of Ralph and his potential strengths as well as generally positive character. Bullying is the tormenting of others through verbal harassment, physical assault, or other more subtle methods of coercion such as manipulation. ...


Ralph has a multitude of imaginary friends such as Wiggle Puppy and a pyromaniacal leprechaun being particularly well known among viewers. Ralph's teacher, Ms. Hoover, is indifferent to his personality and his imagination. Though she will often correct him in a dull, condescending manner, ("The children are right to laugh at you, Ralph," she tells him at one point) she has yet to outright scold him. It is often implied by various official works of the show such as the Ralph Book that Ms. Hoover's callous behavior denies Ralph the positive attention that he may need. The following is a list of animals appearing in the Fox animated television series The Simpsons. ... Property damage caused by fire Pyromania is an obsession with fire and starting fires in an intentional fashion. ... A modern stereotypical depiction of a Leprechaun of the type popularised in the 20th Century. ... In the television series The Simpsons, Springfield Elementary School is the name of the school that Bart Simpson, Lisa Simpson and their fellow peers attend. ...


Ralph's mentality

The nature of Ralph's behavior, developmental problem, and mentality in general is very ambiguous. Although it is easy to pass off Ralph as a mentally challenged child, there are many things which show that this may not be the case. Ralph is quite capable of acting in a normal manner; he makes very valid and sensible points once in a while. Often his bizarre behavior is attributed to his wild imagination. Ralph's behavior and difficulty in school is highly reminiscent of a few childhood psychiatric disorders such as autism and sluggish cognitive tempo, which are not impediments of intelligence but rather of social and environmental development. Still, Ralph has many friends (even excluding the imaginary ones). Imagination is accepted as the innate ability and process to invent partial or complete personal realms within the mind from elements derived from sense perceptions of the shared world. ... Autism is a brain development disorder characterized by impairments in social interaction and communication, and restricted and repetitive behavior, all exhibited before a child is three years old. ... Sluggish Cognitive Tempo (SCT) is a descriptive term which is used to better identify what appears to be a homogeneous group within the Predominantly Inattentive Type (ADHD/PI) DSM-IV classification. ...


Ralph often makes metaphors for things to explain to himself how the world works around him, such as describing shutting down the Nuclear Power Plant to avert a meltdown by comparing it to catching a pixie and wrapping it in tinfoil. This is a quality often associated with children who have a moderate to severe case of autism and also by children who have a very high degree of creative and artistic intellect. One could even say that Ralph has either a unique perspective of everything, or he simply can't express easily what he's thinking. As such, Ralph could be many things, from a mentally disturbed child to an artistic genius which brings up the subject of his prowess in performing arts. Ralph is consistently shown to have a high degree of latent creative and performing talent. This article is about metaphor in literature and rhetoric. ... Pixies (or Piskies as they are sometimes known in Cornwall) are mythical creatures of folklore, considered to be particularly concentrated in the areas around Devon and Cornwall, suggesting some Celtic origin for the belief and name. ... A genius is a person of great intelligence. ... The performing arts are those forms of art which differ from the plastic arts insofar as the former uses the artists own body, face and presence as a medium, and the latter uses materials such as clay, metal or paint which can be molded or transformed to create some...


Aside from his role of Washington, Ralph apparently impressed Marge a great deal with his portrayal as Sir Lancelot and his acting exploits are referred to a few more times. He also shows impressive talent in singing (comic story Faking the Band), dancing ("Last Tap Dance in Springfield"), and critique ("Fraudcast News"). He draws very often and in the comic a substitute teacher insists that he is an artistic genius due to his tendency to speak in haiku. Despite his supposedly subpar level of intelligence, when representing Canada at the Model UN club, he actually knows the words to the Canadian anthem as seen in "Das Bus." Although he has botched up occasionally (he once sang "A-B-C-D-E-F-G... How I wonder what you are" in a talent search for a singing competition similar to American Idol and in I Love Lisa he initially mistook the part of George Washington in the school play for FDR), generally it is strongly implied that he has genuine talent. Ralph also seems to be aware that he isn't "normal". In the show's later seasons, Ralph's behavior has become increasingly erratic and random to various degrees. Ralph is shown to be very precocious, in other areas as well. For instance, in The Monkey Suit it is implied that he is familiar with George Will. For other uses, see Lancelot (disambiguation). ... Last Tap Dance in Springfield is the twentieth episode of the eleventh season of The Simpsons. ... Fraudcast News is the 22nd and last episode of The Simpsons fifteenth season, first aired on May 23, 2004 in the United States on FOX.. *The Writers Guild of America gave this episode a 2005 WGA Award, winning the Paul Selvin Award, which honors works that focus on First Amendment... Shut up Nick, youre wrong. ... A Model United Nations Conference in Stuttgart, Germany in action. ... Sheet music O Canada is the national anthem of Canada. ... Das Bus is the 14th episode of the ninth season of The Simpsons, and a parody of the book and film Lord of the Flies. ... The alphabet song is a popular tool used to help teach children the English alphabet, commonly known by children as the A-B-Cs. ... Twinkle, Twinkle, Little Star is one of the popular English nursery rhymes. ... AMERICAN IDOL HAS BEEN CANCELLED DUE TO DEATH OF SIMON ... I Love Lisa is the fifteenth episode from the fourth season of The Simpsons, in which the dim-witted and socially-awkward Ralph Wiggum plays a prominent role. ... George Washington (February 22, 1732 – December 14, 1799)[1] led Americas Continental Army to victory over Britain in the American Revolutionary War (1775–1783), and in 1789 was elected the first President of the United States of America. ... FDR redirects here. ... “The Monkey Suit” is the 21st episode of The Simpsons seventeenth season that originally aired on May 14, 2006. ... George Frederick Will (born May 4, 1941) is a Pulitzer Prize-winning, conservative American newspaper columnist, journalist, and author. ...


Children who are highly gifted in creative and artistic intellect are often mistaken by school officials to be mentally disrupted. Ralph is often used as satire to poke fun at modern school's tendency to misjudge young children in this manner, as well as their inability to give children special attention they need due to budget constraints. In the Ralph Wiggum Book for instance, a small blurb in Ralph's daily schedule has Ms. Hoover scold and eventually berate Ralph for being destined to always be terrible at history, despite the fact Ralph was daydreaming about the exploits of Lord Raglan in exact detail. He apparently also reports imagined or grossly misinterpreted events to Miss Hoover on a regular basis, such as claiming that Snagglepuss was going to the bathroom outside the school. Regardless of everything however, in the end The Simpsons can be just as random as Ralph himself. Much like the case with every character on the show, it is ultimately up to the viewer to decide what Ralph's true nature is. 1867 edition of the satirical magazine Punch, a British satirical magazine, ground-breaking on popular literature satire. ... The Right Honourable Field Marshal FitzRoy James Henry Somerset, 1st Baron Raglan (September 30, 1788–June 28, 1855), known before 1852 as Lord FitzRoy Somerset, was a British soldier. ... Snagglepuss is a Hanna-Barbera cartoon character created in 1959; a pink anthropomorphic mountain lion voiced by Daws Butler. ...


The typical Ralph moment

Ralph's signature use as a character in the show is to deliver either an odd bit of behavior, or dialogue which either perplexes others or merely gives the audience a quick laugh. During class, Ralph's teacher Ms. Hoover will stop lecturing the class for a moment to question Ralph's actions such as eating something he shouldn't, or saying something bizarre or oblivious. Another common 'Ralph' moment is that Ralph will be at a major event in the episode's story, and will say something to either perplex everyone present or point out something so glaringly obvious it's funny. Ralph has quite a knack for getting himself into sticky situations as well, which is another type of scene he is often used for. Examples of scenes with Ralph include gorging himself with chocolate in "Bart the Murderer", being profiled by a scary dentist in "Last Exit to Springfield", pretending to be a firetruck in "Fraudcast News," and proclaiming that he will attend "Bovine University" (an abattoir) in "Lisa the Vegetarian". There is criticism that as the show has gone on, Ralph has become less of a merely clueless and eccentric child to more of a dim-witted one liner character with little subtlety, (for example "Me fail English, that's unpossible!"). In later seasons in particular, Ralph is depicted showing mentally challenged behavior a little more often. In "Little Girl in the Big Ten", he is shown wetting himself in public. Similarly, in "Future-Drama", he is seen talking to a classmate by the punchbowl, saying "I can use the potty now.". Also, in the episode "Sweet Seymour Skinner's Baadasssss Song", Skinner looks at the building sadly and remembers touching moments with kids saying things like "I know how to read" and "Thank you, Principal Skinner". You hear Ralph's distinctive voice saying "Principal Skinner, I got carsick in your office". This seems to have subsided a little recently, although appearances by Ralph himself have been lighter. Although his endearing qualities are more inconsistent than before, this hasn't stopped him from being one of the show's most recognizable and remembered characters. In the television series The Simpsons, Springfield Elementary School is the name of the school that Bart Simpson, Lisa Simpson and their fellow peers attend. ... Bart the Murderer is the fourth episode of the The Simpsons third season. ... Last Exit to Springfield is the 17th episode of The Simpsons fourth season. ... Engine 4 - City of Chico, CA A Fire Engine is one of many specialized fire suppression apparatuses. ... Fraudcast News is the 22nd and last episode of The Simpsons fifteenth season, first aired on May 23, 2004 in the United States on FOX.. *The Writers Guild of America gave this episode a 2005 WGA Award, winning the Paul Selvin Award, which honors works that focus on First Amendment... For the Batman villain, see Abattoir (comics). ... Lisa the Vegetarian is the fifth episode of The Simpsons seventh season. ... “Little Girl in the Big Ten” is the twentieth episode of The Simpsons’ thirteenth season. ... Future-Drama is the fifteenth episode of the sixteenth season of The Simpsons. ... For other uses, see Toilet (disambiguation). ... Sweet Seymour Skinners Baadasssss Song is the nineteenth episode of The Simpsons fifth season, first aired on April 28, 1994. ...


In the official Simpsons comic by Bongo Comics, Ralph is often featured prominently in short stories and one takes. This article does not cite any references or sources. ...


Future

Ralph's future is one of the murkiest and most vague of all the children on the show. The Simpsons frequently features non-canon episodes, and the 'future' episodes are among them. Due to the timeless nature of the show, the dates are relative: Canon, in the context of a fictional universe, comprises those novels, stories, films, etc. ...

Future Ralph possibility, as seen in the episode Bart to the Future.
Future Ralph possibility, as seen in the episode Bart to the Future.
  • "Lisa's Wedding": By far Ralph's most mysterious sighting. "Sideshow Ralph Wiggum" is a name mentioned on a very fast scrolling list of celebrities that have been arrested in a witchhunt-like manner. The reference is easy to miss, and may require a DVD player going frame by frame to catch. Also, Ralph is barely able to be seen behind the aged Krusty the Clown during the wedding.
  • "Bart to the Future": Ralph's most prominent role in a future episode. Ralph is Bart's sole bandmate, and shares an apartment with him. Surprisingly, Ralph seems to be the voice of maturity in Bart's immediate life, and he is pretty well composed with a full head of thick brown hair, showing quite a bit of intelligence and a more focused attitude. In spite of this, he isn't above the random behavior of his childish self from time to time, and in one scene, he mentions having fallen out of a helicopter twice. His friendship with Bart is turbulent due to Bart's flakey ways, but he apparently sticks with him in the end.
  • "Future-Drama": Ralph has a brief cameo during his high school prom, in which he claims he can use the toilet. Although he is only briefly featured, he appears to be an older version of his younger self here complete with non sequitur. Ralph becomes inadvertently intoxicated when Nelson Muntz spikes the punch, leading to hallucinations.
  • "The Rise and Fall of Bartholomew J. Simpson": This story in the comic series featured a 'future' reminiscent of the one in Lisa's Wedding, but it is different in many ways. Ralph has a cameo alongside his aging father where Ralph is surfing a futuristic version of the Internet.
  • "Lisa the Simpson": Lisa has a pessimistic daydream where she imagines becoming like her father in the future. Ralph appears as Lisa's husband, being introduced through the line, "Hi Lisa, it's me, your husband, Ralph." In this imaginary scenario, Ralph and Lisa have many kids and Lisa is grossly obese while Ralph appears to have a minimum wage job. This sequence was of course, from Lisa's paranoid imagination and thus is not real.

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Popular culture

With a combination of his hilarious commentary and his endearingly innocent character, Ralph eventually became one of the show's most popular characters. He is a favorite character to feature on merchandise such as stickers and clothing, and when Nancy Cartwright appeared on the Conan O'Brien show her characterization of Ralph sparked a massive reaction far greater than her other characters including Bart. An amateur video that appeared on YouTube in February 2007 entitled "The Simpsons: Best of Ralph Wiggum" (a compilation of Ralph's most famous moments) accumulated over two million views before it was deleted in September 2007. It was rated the #80 top rated all time comedy on YouTube. Ralph's popularity as a character has even spread so far that the rock band The Bloodhound Gang made a song called "Ralph Wiggum," dedicated to the character and comprised solely of some of his most famous quotes for lyrics. The song can be found on their album Hefty Fine. Another band, Trillium Circle has a member named Ralph Wiggum, presumably a pseudonym. In 1999 hip-hop DJ & producer A-Trak released an instrumental track titled "Enter Ralph Wiggum". Show creator Matt Groening has stated that Ralph is one of his personal favorite characters on the Simpsons, and whenever someone asks who writes specific characters (a common misconception about the writing process), writers will most likely take credit for writing for Ralph.[2] Conan Christopher OBrien (born April 18, 1963)[1] is an Emmy-winning American comedian, writer and television personality best known as host of NBCs late-night talk/variety show Late Night with Conan OBrien. ... YouTube is a popular video sharing website where users can upload, view and share video clips. ... “The Bloodhound Gang” redirects here. ... Ralph Wiggum is the seventh track of The Bloodhound Gangs 2005 album Hefty Fine. ... Found poetry is the rearrangement of words, phrases, and sometimes whole passages that are taken from other sources and reframed as poetry by changes in spacing and/or lines (and consequently meaning), or by altering the text by additions and/or deletions. ... Hefty Fine is The Bloodhound Gangs fourth album, originally due for release on September 13, 2005, then September 20, 2005 and was finally officially released on September 27, 2005, although it had been leaked on September 14, 2005. ... Trillium Circle is an alternative/emo band from Grand Rapids, Michigan. ... A pseudonym (Greek: , pseudo + -onym: false name) is an artificial, fictitious name, also known as an alias, used by an individual as an alternative to a persons legal name. ... Alain Macklovitch (Born March 30, 1982) is a Montreal-based DJ and turntablist. ... Matthew Abram Groening (born February 15, 1954[2] in Portland, Oregon;[1] his family name is pronounced , rhymes with raining) is an Emmy Award-winning American cartoonist and the creator of The Simpsons, Futurama and the weekly comic strip Life in Hell. ...


References

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  2. ^ Eric Moro. "SDCC 07: The Simpsons Panel", IGN, 2007-07-28. Retrieved on 2007-07-29. 
  3. ^ Larry Carroll. "'Simpsons' Trivia, From Swearing Lisa To 'Burns-Sexual' Smithers", MTV, 2007-07-26. Retrieved on 2007-07-29. 
  4. ^ http://www.snpp.com/guides/ralph.file.html

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