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Maggie Simpson speaks!

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Maggie Simpson speaks!

After 20 years of almost total silence, Maggie Simpson has finally spoken out... but which celebrity lent her voice to the famous cartoon baby?

That would be Academy Award-winning actress Jodie Foster, who made a surprise voice cameo on an instalment of The Simpsons which aired recently in the US.

In the episode 'Four Women and a Manicure', Marge and Lisa swap tales about history's most famous women, with key characters from the series stepping into the roles — Lisa is Snow White, Marge is Lady Macbeth, and Selma is Queen Elizabeth I.

The final segment of the episode spoofs Ayn Rand's novel The Fountainhead, depicting Maggie as "Maggie Roark": a baby who is exceptionally talented at building with blocks, much to the disgust of a preschool teacher who encourages conformity.

When Maggie Roark is put on trial for upstaging the other babies at her daycare centre, she offers a rousing speech in her defence, with Foster providing her words.

Before now Maggie has rarely spoken, though it often seems to be big stars putting words in her mouth. Elizabeth Taylor voiced Maggie in the 1992 episode 'Lisa's First Word', when Maggie uttered her first word, "Daddy
 

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wow... woop-dee-doo... give me family guy anyday, :thumbsup: the simpsons ran out of ideas for eps years ago... just give it up please... :bang:
 

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wasnt as good as i thought it would be when i saw it a few weeks back.. simpsons have gone down hill
 

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I'll have to agree Simpsons are not as good as it used to be. After so long its been so overhyped that if you see it you'll go ... Meh, so what. That's my opinion anyway.
 

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very big fail for that.
 

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You guys are growing up thats why Simpsons isn't as appealing, Family Guy yes is a great show but is more focused on adult type humor, whereas Simpsons is still trying in its family area with keeping it reasonably clean. Simpsons has gone down hill slightly but I reckon there are still some decent eps coming out now days.
 

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I enjoy simpsons when i am watching tv. BUT that bit with maggie was just ... well ****. You would expect the voice to be a little differnet.
 
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