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RIP Marcia Wallace, a.k.a. The Simpsons’ Mrs. Krabappel

This makes me say boo, not Boo-urns. And now we're getting old because Simpsons actors are dying at advanced ages.   

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  1. Yeah, that bummed me out. Preserve the rest as head in a jar.

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  2. Yeah this really upset me earlier today. Although ive had no interest in the Simpsons in more than 10 years, the 11 years that I did obsess with that show really means a lot to me still. Wallace was a tremendous actress and voice actress, long before today's world when any actor of the moment can just get a lead as a cartoon voices.

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  3. http://www.wtsof.tv/watch/S8E19-grade-school-confidential

    Grade School Confidential, my favorite Edna episode and the launcher of the fabled Skinner/Krapabbel romance..........

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  4. "RIP Marcia Wallace, a.k.a. The Simpsons’ Mrs. Krabappel"She's faking it.

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  5. "Bart, your teacher is a fox! I mean, what's on Fox tonight? Something ribald, no doubt!"

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  6. I loved her on The Bob Newhart Show long before The Simpsons. We lost a great actress tonight.

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  7. I'll never forget the time when Milhouse called her Miss Crab Apple.

    Sheer. Brilliance.

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  8. Wait, her name was Wallace? All this time I've been calling her Crandall! Now I feel like an idiot!

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  9. Big Dick McGillicuttyOctober 27, 2013 at 4:54 AM

    ...She was living with breast cancer since 1985!? What a tough gal!

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  10. It really is amazing that they've managed to keep as much of the voice cast together as they have for 25 years. Who have they lost? Marcia Wallace and Phil Hartman?

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  11. Doris Grau too, but personally i felt that one more as a Critic fan than a Simpsons one.

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  12. It's weird that they have to retire ANOTHER character that married Ned Flanders.

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