| El Barto|
|Relatives|| Grandfather: El Grampo (Grampa) |
Father: El Homo (Homer)
|First Appearance||"Homer's Odyssey"|
|Voiced By||Nancy Cartwright|
El Barto's signature can be seen in a number of different places around town, especially on state buildings. To this day, El Barto's true identity remains a mystery to the vast majority of the people of Springfield.
However, Bart told Principal Skinner that he was El Barto when Bart and Skinner fell into a vat of Peanut Shrimp. Homer also seems to know who El Barto is, as he said "If Bart can be El Barto..."
How Homer found out isn't known, but it's possible that Bart told him as well. However, Homer did once say that he suspected that Milhouse was El Barto, even though at the time he was looking at a graffiti tag that showed Bart as Zorro.
Homer tried to adopt a similar alias, but gave up quickly because his alias, El Homo, was misinterpreted as saying that Homer was homosexual, rather than the intended meaning of it being a Mexicanized version of Homer's name.
- Episode – "Homer's Odyssey"
- Episode – "Marge in Chains"
- Episode – "Homer the Vigilante"
- Episode – "Large Marge" (Mentioned)
- Episode – "Pranks and Greens" (Mentioned)
- Episode – "The Strong Arms of the Ma"
- Episode – "A Hunka Hunka Burns in Love"
- Episode – "The Parent Rap"
- Episode – "Homer the Whopper" (Couch Gag)
- Episode – "Rednecks and Broomsticks"
- Episode – "The Good, the Sad and the Drugly"
- Episode – "The Bob Next Door"
- Video game – The Simpsons: Hit and Run
- Comic book – Age Against The Machine!
- Comic book – Bowl Me Over
See also Edit
- ↑ "Please Homer, Don't Hammer 'Em"
- ↑ 2.0 2.1 "Large Marge"
- ↑ "The Good, the Sad and the Drugly"
- ↑ "Pranks and Greens"