Yes I know this is a pointless thread but Im intrested in seeing what people think. In the episode when Bart gets a drivers license. There is a fire at some building and carl and lenny say: Lenny: "Oh no!
Don't you think that the war in which Lenny was a hero was the Gulf Wargiven his age? Also, does the photo in that Life magazine issue indicate what bloodbath in Laos that occured when he was born? After all, how many Republicans would consider themselves Buddhist?
Lenford "Lenny" Leonard is a recurring character in The Simpsons. He works at the Springfield Nuclear Power Plant and possesses a master's degree in nuclear physics, but he is portrayed as a simple, often naive, blue-collar working man. Lenny is also one of the few characters allowed to possess a "Simpson's Family" trait: Homer's beard line.
By Shadow girl, January 30, in Off-A. I always thought that Lenny and Carl were just platonic, and hints at anything other than that were pretty tongue in cheek, and sort of "making fun" for want of a better expression of how men can totally love each other platonically but not declare it. Like the aromantic or "man crush" that's discussed somewhere else on this board.
He works at the Springfield Nuclear Power Plant and possesses a master's degree in nuclear physics, but he is portrayed as a simple, often naive, blue-collar working man. Born in Chicagohe is also a war hero and a three-time juror. His grandmother spent 20 years in a Soviet labour camp, hinting that Lenny may have ancestors from the former Soviet Union, or have ancestors who were POWs.
Carl Carlson is a fictional character in the animated television series The Simpsons. Carl demonstrates his talent for science in the episode Fat Man and Little Boy. Carl is frequently said to be among the most attractive men in Springfield, notably in Principal Charming where Homer concludes that Carl is too attractive for Selma.
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Lenny and Carl are rarely seen apart and have a close relationship. Each possesses a master's degree in nuclear physicsbut are often portrayed as blue-collar working men. Lenny is voiced by Harry Shearer.