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Brazil (Portuguese: Brasil), officially the Federative Republic of Brazil (Portuguese: República Federativa do Brasil), is the largest and the only Portuguese-speaking country in South America. It is the world's fifth largest country both by geographical area and population.

History

At the Springfield Nuclear Power Plant, a female agent of the Department of Labor mentions that they found a missing Brazilian soccer team working in the reactor core. [1]

Marge said that a baby could not of organized a big school dance. Unless it was especially skilled or one of those super-babies from Brazil.[2]

The Simpsons (excluding Maggie) visit Brazil where they try to find an orphan named Ronaldo and Homer gets kidnapped. It has rats that look like Skittles. [3]

Homer had also said that he wouldn't mind going back to Brazil but he had heard that the monkey problem had got a lot worse. [4]

When the Simpsons go to Barnacle Bay, which was Marge's old childhood paradise is now a disgusting dump. To which Lisa says that this is worse place that the family has ever gone too. Bart then replies what about Brazil, to which Lisa replies after Brazil.[5]

Ronaldo, a Brazilian soccer player, once comes to Springfield to point out that Lisa is flopping all the day while playing soccer what made Homer as a referee to give her a yellow card and then a red card. Ronaldo also teaches the Simpson family how to play soccer. [6]

Martin Prince builds the National Congress building.[7]

Brazil was one of the team competing in the 2010 Winter Olympics.[8]

The Simpsons come to Brazil for Homer to coach Soccer. [9]

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