Top 10 Stereotypes on The Simpsons

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These stereotypical Simpsons characters have sparked their fair share of controversy in recent years. We’ll be looking at various supporting characters from this iconic, highly influential series, who are the most overtly rooted in stereotypes and cliches, whether racial, religious, socio-economic, cultural or otherwise. Animation is often about taking things to exaggerated comedic extremes, but it can get really problematic. WatchMojo ranks the most stereotypical Simpsons characters. Do you have a problem with these Simpsons characters? Let us know in the comments!

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10 thoughts on “Top 10 Stereotypes on The Simpsons

  1. What annoys me is that every Simpsons character is a stereotype but people overlooked that and caused meaningless controversy with the whole Apu thing

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