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Is a little blind faith too much to ask anyone?
―Ms. Albright[src]

Ms. Albright is the Sunday school teacher at the First Church of Springfield.

Biography

Ms. Albright teaches Sunday school and once had Bart Simpson as a student some time ago, a time that she undoubtedly dreaded. When Bart came back to Sunday school in order to get close to Jessica Lovejoy, a current student, she is frightened, but decides to welcome him back. Shortly after she presents a replica of the “slingshot” David used to slay Goliath for Pass Around. She then keeps herself busy by bending over a file cabinet. This tempts Bart to aim the slingshot at her wiggling butt. He manages to refrain himself from firing in order to impress Jessica.

Notes

  • Ms. Albright speaks with a soft Southern accent.
  • She is good friends with Helen Lovejoy, the Reverend's wife, and Marge.
  • In her first appearance she wore glasses, all episodes after she lacks them, implying she either wears contact lenses or had eye surgery.
Ms. Albright

With Bart

Appearances

Note: Many of her appearances are brief, background roles. Episodes in which she has an actual role are in bold.

Citations

Gallery

Characters voiced by Tress MacNeille
Ms. Albright | June Bellamy | Belle | Billy (actor) | Booberella | Colin | Cosine | Crazy Cat Lady | Michael D'Amico | David (Treehouse of Horror XVI) | Devan Woosterfield | Dia-Betty | Mia Farrow | Ginger Flanders | Mrs. Glick | Adil Hoxha | Bernice Hibbert | Cookie Kwan | Lester | Audrey McConnell | Medicine Woman | Mrs. Muntz | Lindsey Naegle | Manjula Nahasapeemapetilon | Opal | Poor Violet | Lois Pennycandy | Pepi | Phillips | Brunella Pommelhorst | Ronaldo (Blame It on Lisa) | Dr. Simpson | Agnes Skinner | Brandine Spuckler | Jitney Spuckler | Whitney Spuckler | Spud | Dolph Starbeam | Clara Stetson | Gino Terwilliger | Dame Judith Underdunk | Veronica | Vicki Valentine | Plopper | Princess Diana


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