It's a fairly strange tie-in -- Marge herself is depicted as going through life fairly fresh-faced, and is also a cartoon with far-from-aspirational yellow skin and blue hair. It'd be hard to imagine anyone wanting to get the Marge look in its specifics. But, oddly enough, Marge Simpson has lately come to represent in the popular culture a generic idea of sexiness and beauty. She holds out a plate of doughnuts for the photographer. A popular YouTube makeup artist recently transformed herself into Marge , complete with jaundice-y yellow skin.
Marge Simpson makes cover of Playboy
Marge Simpson is on the cover of Playboy. Yes, you read that right. | Bitch Media
Share via Email Marge Simpson on the cover of Playboy. Photograph: AP Playboy has a new cover girl — or make that cover woman: none other than Marge Simpson will strip to her lingerie for the November issue of the original lad's mag, complete with a three-page pictorial spread, pullout, and an interview entitled The Devil in Marge Simpson. Many fans of The Simpsons have expressed surprise, even dismay, at Marge's choice. In another episode, when Bart covertly took pictures of Homer dancing with a stripper at a stag party, Marge forced her husband to take Bart to meet the stripper, with the injunction that he teach their son not to treat women as sex objects. So what are we to make of Marge's sudden decision, in commemoration of her family's 20th anniversary, to join the ranks of sex objects and bare all for the readers of US Playboy? Is The Simpsons escalating its satire — or selling out?
Marge Simpson strips off for Playboy (yes, really)
She may have caught the eye of Homer Simpson, but his wife Marge is not the usual Playboy pin-up. For a start, she has very tall blue hair, yellow skin and is not at all real. Yet the beehived matriarch of America's most loved dysfunctional family is Playboy magazine's November cover. Tongue-in-cheek: Marge Simpson is the first cartoon character to ever grace the cover of Playboy magazine The mother-of-three, who tastefully conceals her assets behind a signature Playboy Bunny chair, is the first cartoon character ever to front the glossy adult magazine,. She joins the ranks of sex symbols like Marilyn Monroe and Cindy Crawford.
In several episodes, events have been linked to specific time periods, although this timeline has been contradicted in subsequent episodes. In " The Way We Was " season two , , it is revealed via flashback that Marge attended Springfield High School, and in her final year met Homer Simpson , after they both were sent to detention—Homer for smoking in the bathroom with Barney, and Marge for burning her bra in a feminist protest. She was at first wary of Homer, but agreed to go to the prom with him, although she ended up going with Artie Ziff after Homer received tutoring lessons as a means to get to know her better, while knowing that she needed to sleep for a school meet. However, she regretted going with Artie when he started to pressure her to have sex after prom. At the end of the evening, while Artie drove her home after receiving a slap, she spied Homer walking along the side of the road with the corsage meant for her.