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"Old Tut" Simpson

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Oswald "Old Tut" Simpson
250px-Oswald Simpson
Sex Male
Status Deceased
Hair Yellow
Relatives Parents: Abraham Simpson I and Gabby Crouse

Siblings: Lou Simpson and Hugo Simpson I
Half-Siblings: Gaston Simpson and Dulcine Simpson
Wife: "Happy" Dinsdale
Children: Orville, Boris, Bonita, Elrita and Twitta Simpson
Nephew: Echardt Simpson
Great-Nephew: Echardt Simpson II
Father-in-Law: Horatio Dinsdale
Mother-in-Law: Edwina Forayter
Daughter-in-Law: Yuma Hickman
Grandsons: Abraham, Cyrus, Chet, Hubert, Tyrone and Bill Simpson
Granddaughter: Hortense Simpson
Granddaughters-in-Law: Mona Simpson, Rita LaFleur and Cyrus's 15 wives
Great-Grandsons: Homer Simpson, Herbert Powell and Frank Simpson
Great-Granddaughters: Abbie Simpson and Valerie Rothman
Great-Granddaughter-in-Law: Marge Bouvier
Great-Grandson-in-Law: Dave Rothman
Great-Great-Grandsons: Bart Simpson and Stanley Simpson
Great-Great-Granddaughters: Lisa and Maggie Simpson
Second Cousins: Moselle, Louise and Jacques Stemple
Olther relatives

First Appearance The Simpsons Uncensored Family Album

Oswald "Old Tut" Simpson was the husband of "Happy" Dinsdale. They had five children named Orville, Bonita, Elrita, Twitta and Boris. He looks like his grandson Abraham Simpson, except his smaller face. He is ¼ black, making him a quadroon (given the story Grampa Simpson told in the episode "The Color Yellow"). According to Much Apu About Nothing, he was born in the old country (Which appears to be Scotland or Canada). In "Homer to the Max", Abe claims he traded a mule for the Simpson name, and that that mule went on to save spring break. This is clearly one of Abe's wildly inaccurate, inconsistent stories due to his dementia, as generations prior to Old Tut already had the Simpson name. That being said, it is possible that Old Tut simply traded the mule to get his surname back, much like how his great-grandson Homer gets his surname back in the aforementioned episode.


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