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Elisabeth? Since when
Since when was Lisa's name ever confirmed to be "Elisabeth" no episode has ever stated this to be true Gazmanafc 11:31, February 24, 2010 (UTC)
I agree. I edited the slip up and changed it to just "Lisa Marie Simpson", when Elisabeth was never confirmed as her full name. Probably from some fan fiction story. Jessica98sites 04:35, March 1, 2010 (UTC)
Fluent in Swedish?
The article say Lisa is fluent in Swedish, however the "Swedish" in that show wasn't Swedish, it sounded something along the lines of German, rather. AkiShinji 10:44, 2 September 2008 (UTC)
Lisa's Godmother is Helen Lovejoy since in the Treehouse of horror XX Whgen they tried to kill her Marge said, "I can't kill her, she's Lisa's Godmother" Murphyshane 21:20, February 4, 2010 (UTC)
- THOH is usually not counted. Kingcjc 00:07, February 20, 2010 (UTC)
This article says her IQ is 159 in the first paragraph, but cites it as 156 in two other places - is there an episode reference for each? UndeadSamurai01 23:36, February 19, 2010 (UTC)
- Lisa's IQ: 156 ("Homer's Enemy"), 159 ("Smart and Smarter"), 167 ("They Saved Lisa's Brain").Terry12fins24 (talk) 20:32, May 2, 2013 (UTC)
- Meg: The Daughter On Family Guy
^Where the heck did that come from? Ldude893 14:00, February 26, 2010 (UTC)
"Oh no, the dead have risen and they're voting Republican!"
Lisa is not the one who says this. It's Bart who does. When they are trying to discover how Sideshow Bob won the election they go the Springfield Cemetery and there Lisa figures out that Bob used the names of deceased people. Bart however jumps to wrong conclusion and thinks that the dead have risen and are voting Republican. Zen Chocolate 18:34, May 25, 2010 (UTC)
Could someone edit the article and add Lisa's birthdate, please ?
Although many fans believe it to be September 28th, in the My Sister, My Sitter episode it is stated that Lisa is 2 years and 38 days younger than Bart : Bart was born on April 1st, so Lisa's birthday falls on May 9th. Cessounette, 19:25, May 28 2010 (UTC)
fyi: This info here doesn't match what's in the trivia. I'm not sure if anybody found "solid" answers yet, but just to add more info: in Lisa's First Word she's born during the '84 Olympics (July 28 - Aug 12). Marge saved the newspaper from that day, and the headline was 'Mondale to Hart: Where's the Beef' (which happened during a debate on March 11) ~Deano0h May 18, 2018
The info saids stuff like, "Oh, Lisa went through a Bi-phase" or "Oh, Lisa "lost it" to Milhouse." but the "future" episodes are claimed in this site to be NON-CANON. Should we 'count' those info as "Trivia" or should we at least remind readers they're not official? ~UsagiCandy Um...August 31, 2013
Appears in every episode?
The Bell Jar
I didn't see it, but should it be mentioned that she has read The Bell Jar numerous times? She's been shown reading it in multiple episodes (the names of the episodes escapes me, but in one she was in the cafeteria and the other she thought of being on a roller coaster with her family). Skittlehappymatt (talk) 14:10, March 28, 2014 (UTC)
Bart did not appear in Four Woman and a Manicure.
The Founder of the DTS Team, the No Ripoffs team and the No Spam team, this guy! 00:50, August 10, 2014 (UTC)
Why does this page need so many pictures? It is almost 10% biography, 90% screenshots here. What is the recommended number of pics required for a page? This isn't an image-sharing site, after all. Magik2005 (talk) 06:15, January 19, 2015 (UTC)
this article says lisa's dress is red i thought it was orange like barts shirt. has it been stated somewhere her dress is meant to be red?220.127.116.11 23:15, April 27, 2015 (UTC)...
I would like a list of every aired episode where Lisa kicks someone or something.
I want Lisa Simpson from The Simpsons goes with Chris Griffin from Family Guy together?! My thoughts would love this?!
Should we have a section about Lisa's sexuality?
Sure, there are episodes where Lisa clearly displayed feelings for boys, but what about same sex crushes? The only one that really comes to mind is Juliet Hobbes from "Lisa the Drama Queen". The episode is based on the film Heavenly Creatures, and the friendship between the two girls in the movie (one of whom is also named Juliet) is comparable to that of Lisa and Juliet. The Heavenly Creatures girls, who are teenagers, let their friendship grow more intense as the film progresses, while the friendship of Lisa and Juliet remain more-or-less appropriate for their ages, but there's still some subtext. The hammock scene from the episode is actually a parallel to the bathtub scenes in Heavenly Creatures. There's also the way Marge and Homer encourage Lisa's friendship with Juliet in that Marge tells Lisa to compliment Juliet's hair and shoes, while Homer compares friendship to marriage. Of course, Lisa's had boyfriends and heterosexual crushes before and since Juliet, but then there's [a rumored upcoming episode] depicting a possible future where Lisa marries a woman, a possibility that was teased during the "Let It Snow" sequence in "Holidays of Future Passed" where Lisa had one of her annual her family Christmas photos accompanied with a woman, then another with two women. So, is a section on Lisa's possible bisexuality worthwhile or not? — NES Boy (talk) 04:01, September 2, 2017 (UTC)