Over here, Mr. President.” ―Adrian Belew
Adrian Belew is a boy in Bart Simpson's class and a member of Junior Campers.
His name was on a paper that
Ms. Krabappel graded quickly so that she could get to happy hour in the teacher's lounge. If you look close enough, you see that he was given the grade of a B.
Adrian shares the same name as an American rock musician best known for his work with
Frank Zappa and King Crimson. The real-life Adrian Belew, however, was born Robert Steven Belew and went by the nickname Steve before becoming a professional musician. The musical connection may be the reason why the Adrian Belew in Bart's class wrote the names " John Coltrane", " Miles Davis" and " Thelonious Monk" (all famous jazz musicians) on his test paper.
He is also part of the Future Photographers of America at
Springfield Elementary School. He and another girl wanted a copy of Bart's photo of Homer and Princess Kashmir.
After Bart lost to
Martin Prince in the student election, Adrian, carrying a camera and getting ready to take his picture, says, "Over here, Mr. President." He then clicks the shutter and takes his pic. It would be featured on the front page of the school newspaper. Adrian was seen at the  Le Petite Appetit with the Sophie Jensen, which implies that the two were dating during the events of the episode, " The Daughter Also Rises". It's likely that Sophie is his girlfriend.
Note: Many of his appearances are brief, background roles. Episodes in which he has an actual role are in bold.
– " Episode Simpsons Roasting on an Open Fire" (Debut episode)
– " Episode Bart the Genius"
– " Episode Bart the General"
– " Episode Homer's Night Out" – " Episode The Crepes of Wrath" (Cameo)
– " Episode Krusty Gets Busted" (Cameo)
– " Episode Bart Gets an "F"" (Cameo)
– " Episode Lisa's Substitute" – " Episode Bart the Lover"
– " Episode Boy-Scoutz 'n the Hood" (At the Junior Campers meeting and on their camping trip)
– " Episode $pringfield (Or, How I Learned to Stop Worrying and Love Legalized Gambling)" (At the bottom of Bart's treehouse-casino with other kids and at Robert Goulet's show there)
– " Episode Bart Gets Famous" (In Bart's class and at the box factory)
– " Episode Bart Gets an Elephant" (Was one of the kids that offered to pay to see the elephant) – " Episode Sweet Seymour Skinner's Baadasssss Song" (In Bart's class)
– " Episode The Boy Who Knew Too Much" (On the bus and in Bart's class)
– " Episode Bart of Darkness" (Outside the Simpsons' front door with other kids)
– " Episode Lisa's Rival" (In the auditorium)
– " Episode Sideshow Bob Roberts" (In Bart's class)
– " Episode Bart's Girlfriend" (In the school's hallway with other students and Principal Skinner, laughing at Bart)
– " Episode Bart's Comet" (Outside the school with other students and Pricipal Skinner, for the weather balloon watching as part of Science Week and in the cafeteria)
– " Episode The PTA Disbands" (In the cafeteria and in Bart's class)
– " Episode 'Round Springfield" (In Bart's class)
– " Episode Lemon of Troy" (In Bart's class)
– " Episode Radioactive Man" (In Bart's class and in the school's hallway)
– " Episode Bart Sells His Soul" (On t.v. with other customers in an ad for Uncle Moe's Family Feedbag)
– " Episode Bart the Fink" (In Bart's class)
– " Episode Raging Abe Simpson and His Grumbling Grandson in "The Curse of the Flying Hellfish"" (In Bart's class)
– " Episode Lisa's Date with Density" (In the school's hallway with other kids)
– " Episode Homer's Phobia" (In the Simpsons' basement)
– " Episode Grade School Confidential" (In Bart's class, at Martin's party, in the cafeteria and among the crowd outside the school)
– " Episode Sunday, Cruddy Sunday" (On a field trip at the post office)
– " Episode Simpsons Bible Stories" (Among the Hebrew slaves in Lisa's dream)
– " Episode Take My Wife, Sleaze" (In Bart's class)
– " Episode Grift of the Magi" (Seen in Bart's class)
– " Episode It's a Mad, Mad, Mad, Mad Marge" (Seen in Bart's class)
– " Episode Skinner's Sense of Snow" (In Bart's class)
– " Episode Bye Bye Nerdie"
– " Episode Worst Episode Ever" (Reading a comic in
the comic book store) – " Episode I Am Furious Yellow" (In the auditorium)
– " Episode The President Wore Pearls"
– " Episode Marge vs. Singles, Seniors, Childless Couples and Teens and Gays"
– " Episode My Fair Laddy" (Seen at gym class)
– " Episode Please Homer, Don't Hammer 'Em" (Seen outside of the school)
– " Episode The Haw-Hawed Couple"
– " Episode Yokel Chords" (Seen running out of the school with the other kids)
– " Episode Bart Gets a "Z"" (In Bart's class)
– " Episode Postcards From the Wedge" (Seen in Bart's class)
– " Episode Stealing First Base"
– " Episode Moe Letter Blues" (On a ride at
Weasel Island) – " Episode Loan-a Lisa" (At Nelson's bike company)
– " Episode Homer Scissorhands" (Seen at the cafeteria)
– " Episode The Great Simpsina" (At Lisa's magic show)
– " Episode 500 Keys" (On the bus)
– " Episode The Ned-liest Catch" (In the gymnasium)
– " Episode Bart Stops to Smell the Roosevelts" (Seen at school with Lewis)
– " Episode Replaceable You" (Seen in Martin's imagination)
– " Episode The D'oh-cial Network"
– " Episode The Daughter Also Rises" (Seated at a table outside Le Petite Appétit and among the spectators of the Running of the Bullies)
– " Episode The Spy Who Learned Me" (Part of the Nerds that get beat up by Nelson at the end of the episode)
– " Episode Lisa Goes Gaga"
– " Episode A Test Before Trying" (Seen in class and in the hallway)
– " Episode Black-eyed Please" (As a scout)
– " Episode What Animated Women Want" (In Bart's class)
– " Episode Yolo" (Seen at school)
– " Episode The Kid is All Right" (Seen at the playground)
– Comic book Who Wants to Win a Pocketful of Quarters?
– Comic book Bart vs. The One-Man School
– Comic book Yellow Chef!
– Comic book Children off the Cob
– Comic book Model Citizen Simpson
– Comic book New Girl in Town
– Comic book Wall or Nothing
Adrian wearing gym clothes.
Adrian wearing his red swimming trunks.
Adrian dating Sophie Jensen.
Adrian and his classmates glare at Milhouse.
Unknown blond-haired boy that looks similar to Adrian.
Adrian offering to pay to see the elephant.
Bart the Lover
Homer's Night Out ↑