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{{Character
|name = Igor Wiggum
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|name = Ignatius Wiggum
|image = [[File:Iggy_Wiggum.jpg|250px|Iggy looking for his gernade.]]
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|image = Iggy Wiggum-0.png
|gender = {{Male}}
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|sex = {{Male}}
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|status = {{Deceased}}
 
|hair = Blue
 
|hair = Blue
|age = 47 (born November 18, 1932 and died 1979)
 
 
|job = Soldier
 
|job = Soldier
|relatives = '''Son''':[[Clancy Wiggum]]<br>'''Daughter in Law''':[[Sarah Wiggum]]<br>'''Grandson''':[[Ralph Wiggum]]
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|relatives = '''Parents:''' Joe Luis Wiggum II and Martha Wiggum<br>
|appearance = [[Raging Abe Simpson and His Grumbling Grandson in "The Curse of the Flying Hellfish"]]
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'''Son''': [[Clancy Wiggum]]<br>
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'''Daughter''': [[Lucy Wiggum]]<br>
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'''Daughter-in-Law''': [[Sarah Wiggum]]<br>
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'''Grandson''': [[Ralph Wiggum]]<br>
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'''Wife''': [[Clancy wiggums unnamed mother]]<br> '''Ex-Granddaughter-In Law''': Lisa Simpson <br>
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|appearance = "[[Raging Abe Simpson and His Grumbling Grandson in "The Curse of the Flying Hellfish"]]"
 
|voiced by = [[Hank Azaria]]
 
|voiced by = [[Hank Azaria]]
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|age = 58
 
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'''Ignatius "Iggy" Wiggum''' is the deceased father of [[Clancy Wiggum]], [[Springfield]]'s Chief of Police, father-in-law of [[Sarah Wiggum]] and paternal grandfather of [[Ralph Wiggum]]. He was one of the members of the [[Flying Hellfish]] in World War II.
   
'''Igor "Iggy" Wiggum''' is the deceased father of [[Clancy Wiggum]], [[Springfield|Springfield's]] Chief of Police, father-in-law of [[Sarah Wiggum]] and grandfather of [[Ralph Wiggum]]. He was, from World War Two, one of the members of the [[Flying Hellfish]]. During World War Two, he served in the United States Army in Europe alongside [[Abraham Simpson]], [[Charles Montgomery Burns|C. Montgomery Burns]], [[Milton Haas]] and [[Arnie Gumble]]. He has the same personality as his son Clancy, although he seems more well-versed in terms of military standards, as he states that they shouldn't steal things from civilians when the unit caught Private Burns trying to steal the paintings from the German Occupied Castle. His clumsy behavior (such as leaving a un-pinned grenade in his backpack) is similar to his son's however. He died in a parade float accident in 1979 with four other members.
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== History ==
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During World War II, he served in the United States Army in Europe alongside [[Abraham Simpson]], [[Charles Montgomery Burns|C. Montgomery Burns]], [[Milton Haas|Milton Haas, ]][[Sheldon Skinner]], and [[Arnie Gumble]]. He has the same personality as his son Clancy, although he seems more well-versed in terms of military standards, as he states that they shouldn't steal things from civilians when the unit caught Private Burns trying to steal the paintings from the German Occupied Castle. His clumsy behavior, such as leaving an un-pinned grenade in his backpack, is similar to his son's. He died in a parade float accident in 1979 with four other members.
   
 
Given the fact that he mentioned having a grenade that he un-pinned and exploded in his backpack, Iggy was presumably the unit's Grenadier.
 
Given the fact that he mentioned having a grenade that he un-pinned and exploded in his backpack, Iggy was presumably the unit's Grenadier.
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He has a brief cameo in a photo included in the briefing for the escort mission in Africa in [[Medal of Homer]], where he is seen aiding the placement of "liberated" paintings into a container.
   
 
== Appearances ==
 
== Appearances ==
 
*{{Ep|Raging Abe Simpson and His Grumbling Grandson in "The Curse of the Flying Hellfish"}}
 
*{{Ep|Raging Abe Simpson and His Grumbling Grandson in "The Curse of the Flying Hellfish"}}
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*{{Ep|Pranksta Rap}}
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*{{game|The Simpsons Game}} (brief appearance in '[[Medal of Homer]]' cutscene; Xbox 360 and PS3 versions only)
   
 
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{{Flying Hellfish Members}}
 
{{Flying Hellfish Members}}
 
{{Simpsons characters}}
 
{{Simpsons characters}}
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[[Category:Characters|Wiggum, Iggy]]
 
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Latest revision as of 07:33, May 10, 2020

Ignatius "Iggy" Wiggum is the deceased father of Clancy Wiggum, Springfield's Chief of Police, father-in-law of Sarah Wiggum and paternal grandfather of Ralph Wiggum. He was one of the members of the Flying Hellfish in World War II.

History Edit

During World War II, he served in the United States Army in Europe alongside Abraham Simpson, C. Montgomery Burns, Milton Haas, Sheldon Skinner, and Arnie Gumble. He has the same personality as his son Clancy, although he seems more well-versed in terms of military standards, as he states that they shouldn't steal things from civilians when the unit caught Private Burns trying to steal the paintings from the German Occupied Castle. His clumsy behavior, such as leaving an un-pinned grenade in his backpack, is similar to his son's. He died in a parade float accident in 1979 with four other members.

Given the fact that he mentioned having a grenade that he un-pinned and exploded in his backpack, Iggy was presumably the unit's Grenadier.

He has a brief cameo in a photo included in the briefing for the escort mission in Africa in Medal of Homer, where he is seen aiding the placement of "liberated" paintings into a container.

Appearances Edit


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