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10 Dark Theories About Marge Simpson That Ruin Everything

Could Marge Simpson be much more than the mild-mannered house wife she appears to be?

Marge Simpson is typically the anchor of The Simpsons family, but she has hidden some dark truths over the years. Along with drinking and gambling problems, the internet has been full of some crazy theories about the mother to Bart, Lisa, and Maggie.

Let’s dive deep into the world of The Simpsons and look at some of these dark theories involving the infamous blue-haired character. Marge may be in every single episode of The Simpsons, but a troubling theory popped up that some viewers have noticed. Marge has no true friends. Not only does she not have friends, but Homer may be blackmailing her to stay married and enjoy the life she loves. One of the biggest mysteries in The Simpsons was “Who Shot Mr. Burns”, but one theory points to Marge rather than Maggie. Through the years, we’ve seen how superficial Marge can be, almost to the point of social anxiety. Marge claims to love Homer, but she has been a big tease over the years, hinting at relationships with numerous characters. One of the toughest things Marge has ever gone through was dealing with Bart’s Death, in a rumored episode that was cut from production and never actually aired. In one episode Marge loses her hair due to extreme stress, but there may have been a deeper and real-life disease behind this condition. Marge’s childhood was not only not the greatest, but it involved a lot of abuse along the way. Marge was caught shoplifting, but her actions may have not been the first time she swiped and stole items. Watch to see all these theories and several others!

Featuring: 1. MARGE HAS NO FRIENDS

2. HOMER’S BLACKMAIL

3. MARGE SHOT MR. BURNS

4. MARGE’S SUPERFICIAL ANXIETY (left-handed/glasses/dyes hair)

5. MARGE THE TEASE

6. DEALING WITH BART’S DEATH

7. MARGE’S HAIR LOSS (webbed toes)

8. AN ABUSIVE CHILDHOOD

9. MARGE THE SHOPLIFTER

10. ANIMAL HYBRIDS

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