| Brandine Del Roy|
|Occupation||Farmer, Housewife, Dairy Queen Employee, and Soldier in Iraq War|
|Relatives|| Husband: Cletus Spuckler|
Father: Pete Spuckler
Half brother: Cletus Spuckler
Half sister: Candice Del Roy
Half sister: Melissa Muntz
Children: Spuckler children
Stepfather: Mr. Del Roy
|First Appearance||"22 Short Films About Springfield"|
|Voiced By|| Tress MacNeille, |
Neil Crone (male voice)
- “Dang Cletus!”
- ―Brandine to Cletus
Brandine Spuckler is the wife, sister, and mother of Cletus Spuckler.
Relationship with Cletus Edit
Brandine and Cletus are both stereotypical representatives of so-called "trailer trash". Brandine and Cletus were married by Homer Simpson despite the fact that they are oft-insinuated to be related (siblings, cousins, each other's parents, and niece/uncle), once noted when she said to Cletus, "You are the most wonderful husband, and son, I ever had," as well as when she complained that they should kiss in front of her parents and Cletus said, "They's my parents, too." It is also implied that she was divorced four times prior to her marriage to Cletus.
Character Traits Edit
She has suffered from rabies and admitted to being illiterate.
She has 50 children. There were originally 27 that Marge saw and several more were later seen. Cletus is apparently only the father of two children, despite most of them resembling both parents in appearance.
When Brandine tests Moe's drink, it is seen she has a card saying "19 children".
She once interviewed for a job as a stripper, although she refused to wear the combat boots that her husband had found, stating she did not want to scuff the topless dancing runway. She, along with Cletus, is claustrophobic and won't go up elevators. She also has apparently worked at Dairy Queen at some point, which she referenced in refusing to wear a shirt Cletus gave her, citing she had to wear “the shirt what Dairy Queen give me.” It was shown that Brandine was in Iraq, fighting in the Iraq War. She came back to stop Cletus’ exploitation of their children, and to tell him that he was only the father of the two untalented kids, casting doubt over the paternity of the 37 other Spuckler children. She once was briefly under consideration as a foster mother to the Simpson children.
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