One example of this was when the family thought they left something on the plane in the episode "Fear of Flying", which revealed to be Grampa. Mar 4, 2013 - This Pin was discovered by Benson ️. Then someone tries to kill Abe!  Grampa has a poor, but sometimes loving relationship with his son, who placed him in a nursing home as soon as he could, despite Grampa selling his house in order to provide Homer with a mortgage. Hellfish Abe is a limited-time premium costume for Grampa released on March 21, 2017, as a Gil Deal during the Rommelwood Academy 2017 Event. It's a lot of fun to see his wartime past, especially since we find precursors of series regulars. Another member of Grampa Simpson's WWII platoon dies, leaving only him and Mr. Burns. , Matt Groening, creator of The Simpsons, wanted to have a character that was "really cranky" and old, and who complained a lot and invented stories to tell to children, so he created Grampa. The Flying Hellfish raid on the castle recalls the attack on the chateau in The Dirty Dozen. I also like the action swing the story takes, as it becomes clever and inventive. Grampa Simpson is a World War II veteran and retired farmer who was later sent to the Springfield Retirement Castle by Homer. Sexual Inadequacy" (season six, 1994) featured many interactions between Grampa and Homer, so Castellaneta therefore had to talk to himself when he recorded the voices for that episode.  Grampa first appeared in the Simpsons short "Grampa and the Kids", which premiered on The Tracey Ullman Show on January 10, 1988. Grampa and Mr. Burns are the last two surviving members of the Flying Hellfish, and the last two people who have a chance at getting their hands on some priceless art. ", Brown and Logan also wrote that Grampa had a considerable influence in the formation of Homer's character, and that flashbacks in The Simpsons show what an "angry", "critical" father he was to Homer. In the episode, one of Abraham "Grampa" Simpson's fellow World War II veterans, Asa Phelps, dies, leaving him and Mr. Burns as the only living members of Grampa's war squad, the Flying Hellfish. Grampa Simpson is the father of Homer Simpson and is the patriarch of the Simpson family. He lives in the past, but not always his own. , Grampa's voice is performed by Dan Castellaneta, who also voices numerous other characters, including Homer Simpson, Krusty the Clown, Barney Gumble, Groundskeeper Willie, Mayor Quimby and Hans Moleman. In einer wasserdichten Truhe hatte man die Sammlung im Meer versenkt, um sie später zu bergen. Before Grampa and Bart can leave with the paintings, several State Department agents arrive. After Grandpa's old army buddy passes away, the biggest secret in old Abe's life is revealed. "Instances such as these match popular stereotypes that all old people are 'demented' and in poor health," they wrote. Simpsons' by NoHomers as a Mask. After Bart retrieves Burns' and Grampa's keys using a sleight of hand, he and Grampa rush to the Hellfish monument in a local cemetery.  It is recurringly suggested that, while caring, Grampa was a strict disciplinarian who could be very controlling, neglectful, and even emotionally abusive towards Homer when he was growing up and he still had not forgiven him for that. The Flying Hellfish are important protagonists from the TV animated series The Simpson, It is a military unit led by Commander Flanders and by Abraham Simpson as a sergeant, their only goal is to liberate a region of France called the Normandy from Germans. The agents confiscate the paintings and hand them to a Eurotrash heir of one of the original owners, leaving Bart and Grampa empty-handed. Not to many people know that ol' Grandpa Simpson was known during the war as "Raging Abe" Simpson and was a member of the Flying Hellfish! In the first mi… Discover (and save!) Bart eventually joins Grampa in a daring mission to recover the paintings. Not to many people know that ol' Grandpa Simpson was known during the war as "Raging Abe" Simpson and was a member of the Flying Hellfish! After Grampa ends his story, Burns breaches Bart's bedroom wall with a cherry-picker and takes Grampa's key by force. The first was awarded in 1992 for the episode "Lisa's Pony", and the second in 2004 for "Today I Am A Clown". , Much of the staging in the flashback scenes is based on DC Comics's Sgt. Such as the episode "Grampa vs.  The other members of the Flying Hellfish were based on stereotypical war movie characters. The Flying Hellfish formed a tontine, and buried the art in a trunk at sea. White or transparent. Grampa Simpson is voiced by Dan Castellaneta, who also voices his son, Homer Simpson.He is also the paternal grandfather of Bart, Lisa and Maggie Simpson.In the 1000th issue of Entertainment Weekly, Grampa was selected as the "Grandpa for The Perfect TV Family". The authors said that Homer tries "in vain" to repair his relationship with Grampa and continuously seeks for his approval, but Grampa continues to be "as critical as ever". Voices: Nancy Cartwright, Harry Shearer, Dan Castellaneta. During Grandparents Day at Springfield Elementary School, Grampa embarrasses Bart with his tall tales, straining their relationship. Homer's mother, Mona Simpson, was married to Grampa for several years. Seizing a Nazi mansion, the Hellfish stole some priceless paintings and locked them away. Bart: Hey, Grampa, do you think that dead bodies get up and walk around at night?Abe: If they're anything like me, they have to get up twice. During the Second World War, he was a member of the Flying Hellfish, a platoon that included Mr. Burns and several other men. When Mr. Burns begins making attempts on Grampa Simpson’s life, he reveals to Bart that his World War II unit took possession of priceless works of art that will go to the last member left alive.  Saying that, after Mona left Homer at a young age and run off with a jester, Grampa brought up Homer by himself without hesitation and he reveals his true nature. Decades later, Montgomery Burns, the second surviving member of the unit, tried to murder Grampa in order to get the art, prompting Grampa to violate the tontine. The last surviving member will gain access to these priceless items, and the only two left are Grampa and Mr. Burns. Despite the loss, Grampa is content knowing he has proven to Bart that he is not just a pathetic old man.  The second, "Sunday Grampa", was released in June 2002, and depicts Grampa in his Sunday church clothes. Task: Make Hellfish Abe Honor Fallen Hellfish Time: 8h Location: Hellfish Monument Hellfish Burns: Simpson! Grampa dismisses Burns from the Hellfish for trying to kill his commanding officer, and therefore claims that he (Grampa) should keep the paintings. How much do you know about the 22nd episode of the 7th season of The Simpsons, when Grampa tells Bart about his secrets from the second world war? Not to many people know that ol' Grandpa Simpson was known during the war as "Raging Abe" Simpson and was a member of the Flying Hellfish! , In its original broadcast, "The Curse of the Flying Hellfish" finished 48th in the ratings for the week of April 22 to April 28, 1996, with a Nielsen rating of 8.3. In the final days of the war, the unit had discovered several paintings and agreed on a tontine , placing the paintings in a crate, and the final surviving member would inherit the paintings. Grampa Simpson is also married to Rita LaFleur.  He gives his age as 83 in the Season 17 episode "Million Dollar Abie," while in "Grampy Can Ya Hear Me" (season 29), the family celebrates his 87th birthday. Hardcore Simpsons fan will love this one! Here's the complete background and life story of Grampa Simpson, starting all the way back in nineteen-dickity-two. Grampa-centric episodes of The Simpsons … , Playmates Toys created two Grampa Simpson action figures for the World of Springfield series. The staging of several scenes was based on DC Comics's Sgt.  Grampa was briefly married to Amber, the same woman Homer married on a drinking binge in Las Vegas. ... – Small moment that I love when Grampa is on the Simpson couch recalling the assassination attempts. Which doesn't make much sense since his unit wasn't an airborne unit. But Burns is determined that he will be the one who collects the prize. He is unlocked with the Hellfish Bonanza Bundle. , fictional character from The Simpsons franchise, Castellaneta, Dan. Take the Quiz: The Curse of the Flying Hellfish. Other animators that worked on the episode include Chris Clements, Ely Lester, James Purdum, Tommy Tejeda, and Orlando Baeza. Hellfish Abe: This is my Flying Hellfish uniform. Grampa Simpson and Montgomery Burns were the last two surviving Flying Hellfish, so Mr. Burns ordered Grampa's assassination. At the retirement home, Grampa receives word that Asa Phelps, one of the men who served under his command in the Army during World War II, has died. Sexual Inadequacy", he and Homer watch the farm burn, or the episode "To Cur with Love", where he does everything to protect Homer's dog from Mr Burns in a flashback. He left it to the writers to choose a name and they ironically chose "Abraham", although not knowing that it was also the name of Groening's grandfather. A running gag in the show usually has Grampa in a cameo episode appearance where he wonders where everyone is or wishes to be noticed by the family.  The episode "Grampa vs. Memorable quotes No quotations have been added for this episode yet. The Flying Hellfish formed a tontine, and buried the art in a trunk at sea. ", DVD Movie Guide's Colin Jacobson wrote that "many Grampa episodes tank, but 'Hellfish' provides a very notable exception. Directed by Jeffrey Lynch. The Flying Hellfish formed a tontine, and buried the art in a trunk at sea. ⓘ Raging Abe Simpson and His Grumbling Grandson in "The Curse of the Flying Hellfish" Raging Abe Simpson and His Grumbling Grandson in "The Curse of the Flying Hellfish" is the 22nd episode of The Simpsons seventh season. Grampa has also fathered two illegitimate children; a daughter named Abbey by a British woman named Edwina while in the United Kingdom during World War II, and Herbert Powell by a carnival prostitute. "Raging Abe Simpson and His Grumbling Grandson in 'The Curse of the Flying Hellfish'" is the 22nd episode of The Simpsons' seventh season. Decades later, Montgomery Burns, the second surviving member of the unit, tried to murder Grampa in order to get the art, prompting Grampa to violate the tontine. 1/2000: Item Code: F0004: Description: Former WWI Fighting Hellfish and father of Homer Simpson. "He yelled, used corporal punishment, and constantly belittled Homer's attempts to have fun, date, and excel at various activities," they added. The Flying Hellfish formed a tontine, and buried the art in a trunk at sea. This week, it's "Raging Abe Simpson and His Grumbling Grandson in 'The Curse of the Flying Hellfish'" from season seven. Main article: Medal of HomerThe Flying Hellfish appear in Medal of Homer, owing to the World War II setting. Even though this episode is pretty much the only one to feature the Flying Hellfish, at least for longer than a passing gag, Simpsons fans around the world have had the squad's insignia tattooed on them, just like Grandpa Simpson did!  Other cultural references in the episode include Grampa's recollection of his brush with death at the Retirement Castle, which is a reference to Dorothy's return to Kansas in The Wizard of Oz. With Dan Castellaneta, Julie Kavner, Nancy Cartwright, Yeardley Smith.  Collier originally named the unit the "Fighting Hellfish" but it was later changed to the "Flying Hellfish". , Supervising director David Silverman describes the directing in the episode as an "amazingly brilliant job".  The idea of having a tontine came from Bill Oakley, who got the idea from "an old Barney Miller episode". In the Season 25 episode "The Winter of His Content," Homer states that Grampa's father is still alive.  In 2010, Castellaneta was nominated for the award for voicing Grampa and Homer in the episode "Thursdays with Abie". Rock and Marvel Comics's Sgt. He storyboarded most of it by himself. He made his first appearance in the episode entitled "Grampa and the Kids", a one-minute Simpsons short on The Tracey Ullman Show, before the debut of the television show in 1989. Share your thoughts, experiences and the tales behind the art.  In his book Understanding the Psychology of Diversity, author Bruce Evan Blaine wrote that Grampa is typically portrayed as a "doddering", "senile", and "dependent" person who is a "trivial" and "often disposable figure" in his son's life. It returned on January 23, 2018 during the Bart Royale 2018 Event as part of the Hellfish Bundle. The Simpsons - Season 7: Raging Abe Simpson and His Grumbling Grandson in "the Curse of the Flying Hellfish" - Grampa and Mr. Burns, the last surviving members of a World War II army unit, vie for a priceless collection of rare art hidden in a secret location. This week, it's " Raging Abe Simpson and His Grumbling Grandson in 'The Curse of the Flying Hellfish '" from season seven. Almost all of Grampa's biographical information is supplied by himself and seems to be made up, although this could be likely due to his old age. It originally aired on the Fox network in the United States on April 28, 1996. Which Bart isn’t happy about. Abraham Jebediah "Abe" Simpson II, often known simply as Grampa, is a fictional character in the animated television series, The Simpsons.  Castellaneta likes to stay in character during recording sessions, and tries to visualize a scene in his mind so that he can give the proper voice to it. He is known for his long, rambling, often incoherent and irrelevant stories and senility. The agreed that only the last living Hellfish would get to call the stash his own. ", Mirkin thinks it is hard to make a "boring" and "tedious" character, such as Grampa, funny.  The episode was the second highest-rated show on the Fox network that week, following The X-Files. They added that Grampa is left behind, forgotten, and rarely invited to spend time with the family. Fury and his Howling Commandos. Decorate your laptops, water bottles, helmets, and cars. , Nancy Basile of About.com named Grampa the fifth best character of The Simpsons, calling him a "perfect stereotypical old person". "Raging Abe Simpson and His Grumbling Grandson in 'The Curse of the Flying Hellfish'" is the 22nd episode of The Simpsons' seventh season.  The episode contains more effects shots than an average episode of The Simpsons, many of which were worked on by animator Dexter Reed.  Anne-Marie Barry and Chris Yuill, the authors of the book Understanding the Sociology of Health, commented that in episodes in which Grampa appears, the comedy content is often generated by Grampa falling asleep at "inopportune" moments or "embarking" on long rambling stories about his youth. Mr. Burns tries to kill Grampa Simpson to seize a treasure the two found during World War II as members of the "Flying Hellfish" battalion. "Raging Abe Simpson and His Grumbling Grandson in "The Curse of the Flying Hellfish"" é o episodio 22 de The Simpsons' sétima tempada. (2005). Homer and Bart, who traveled through time to access the world and hold the rank of Private, encountered Abe Simpson, their father and grandpa, respectively, alongside Private Burns. Grampa and Mr. Burns are now the only two surviving members of their infantry squad, known as the Flying Hellfish. Hardcore Simpsons fan will love this one! With Asa gone, it means that Grampa and Mr. Burns are the last two remaining members of their World War II tontine. The animators referenced a book of lost art for the designs. In a flashback, he reveals that the Flying Hellfish discovered several priceless paintings in a German castle during the final days of World War II. Having reconciled, they hug. Many of his stories seem to be wildly inaccurate, often physically or historically impossible, and occasionally inconsistent even with each other, suggesting that Grampa is quite senile.  He also has a younger brother named Chet, who owns an unsuccessful shrimp company. , The authors of the book I Can't Believe It's a Bigger and Better Updated Unofficial Simpsons Guide, Warren Martyn and Adrian Wood, wrote that the episode is "notable for Mr Burns' impersonation of Marge, some spectacular action sequences, and some good underwater scenes – but [it is] not especially brilliant". Grandpa Simpson reveals to Bart that he and Montgomery Burns were part of a World War 2 unit known as the Flying Hellfish, which stole priceless art from a German castle during the war, of which the last surviving member would inherit the fortune. Voiced By: Dan Castellaneta: Articulation: 4 points - neck, left shoulder, right shoulder, waist In the season four episode, "The Front", Grampa admits to head of Itchy and Scratchy studios, Roger Myers Jr., that he worked as a cranberry silo nightwatchman for forty-years. To explain this to his then-six-year-old son, Grampa said that Mona died while Homer was at the movies. Years earlier, the men stole a number of priceless masterpieces from Nazi Germany, and now Mr. Burns aims to ensure he is the one to inherit them. Jonathan Collier, who wrote the episode, got the idea after reading several then-current stories about lost art surfacing. Grampa is a veteran of World War II, where he served as Master Sergeant of the Flying Hellfish unit.  Bill Oakley and Josh Weinstein, former writers on the show, said that they liked to write episodes about Grampa because they are "obsessed" with old people. Commentary for "Raging Abe Simpson and His Grumbling Grandson in 'The Curse of the Flying Hellfish'", in, Oakley, Bill (2005). Commentary for "Raging Abe Simpson and His Grumbling Grandson in 'The Curse of the Flying Hellfish'", in, Lynch, Jeffrey (2005). In the episode, one of Abraham "Grampa" Simpson's fellow World War II veterans, Asa Phelps, dies, leaving him and Mr. Burns as the only living members of Grampa's war squad, the Flying Hellfish. He is voiced by Dan Castellaneta and he is also the patriarch of the Simpson family, the father of Homer Simpson, and the grandfather of Bart, Lisa, and Maggie Simpson. " DVD Movie Guide's Colin Jacobson said in a review of the same episode that Grampa is "always fun" and "it’s nice to see him in an ebullient mood, at least for a while. The authors commented that he is "not without influence, but he certainly does not play the traditional grandfather role in the family hierarchy. It originally aired on the Fox network in the United States on April 28, 1996. Summary: Bart helps Grampa recover the fabled Hellfish Bonanza, a buried cache of artwork that Grampa and his platoon brought back from their tour in WWII. But when Grandpa gets to the house, he for some reason refuses to tell them about the Hellfish Bonanza, so they just think he’s crazy, and make him stay in Bart’s room. Now where exactly are we? Which doesn't make much sense since his unit wasn't an airborne unit.  Many of the paintings in the episode are based on real paintings that went missing during World War II. Abraham "Grampa" Simpson and Mr. Burns were members of the Flying Hellfish unit, which agreed that the last surviving member would inherit the treasure. As Mr. Burns wants the paintings as soon as possible, he orders Abe's assassination. , Alan S. Brown and Chris Logan wrote in The Psychology of The Simpsons that Grampa has the least amount of "power" in the Simpson family, and that he is treated as little more than a child and is often ignored. After activating the locator mechanism in the monument, they learn that the paintings are hidden at the bottom of a lake. Hardcore Simpsons fan will love this one! However Grampa annoys him by calling Martin fat and telling stupid stories. Grandpa Simpson reveals to Bart that he and Montgomery Burns were part of a World War 2 unit known as the Flying Hellfish, which stole priceless art from a German castle during the war, of which the last surviving member would inherit the fortune.  The song played by Baron von Hertzenberger as he drives off is Caterpillar (Rabbit in the Moon mix) by DJ Keoki. The Simpsons Raging Abe Simpson and His Grumbling Grandson in "the Curse of the Flying Hellfish" S7 E22 27 Apr 1996 Buy 'Flying Hellfish! He believes that what ultimately makes Grampa funny is that the things he says are "actually funny" in the context of the boredom and the tedium.  Joe Rhodes of TV Guide considered Grampa's most memorable line to be "If I'm not back at the home by nine, they declare me legally dead and collect my insurance. ", Silverman, David (2005).  In the 1000th issue of Entertainment Weekly, Grampa was selected as the "Grandpa for The Perfect TV Family". This comes out as a terrific show. He claims that he came to America as a boy from the "old country", but he cannot remember which country it was, although most likely it was the United Kingdom or Ireland. Rather than killing Burns, Grampa instead gives him a dishonorable discharge for trying to kill his commanding officer and his grandson and expels him from the tontine. Grampa Simpson, Abraham Simpson : Other versions: Grampa: Alternate Card: Release Info: Series 1 rel. He said the reason for that is because the staff is trying to illustrate how society mistreats the elderly, "and some of it is because people over 55 never watch our show". Courtesy of 20th Century Fox/The Simpsons. In the final days of the war, the unit had discovered several paintings and agreed on a tontine, placing the paintings in a crate, and the final surviving member would inherit the paintings. To avoid being caught stealing the paintings, the soldiers formed a tontine and locked them in a strongbox which was hidden away; the last surviving member of their group would inherit the collection. Buried World War II treasure is the prize in a tontine, in which Grandpa Simpson and Mr. Burnsare the last two surviving members. " Dan Castellaneta has won two Primetime Emmy Awards in the Outstanding Voice-Over Performance category for voicing various characters, including Grampa. Bart finds his Grampa's war stories farfetched, until Mr. Burns tries to kill the elder Simpson to seize a treasure the two found during the Big One as members of "Flying Hellfish" battalion. Grampa Simpson is the father to Homer Simpson, father-in-law to Marge Simpson and the paternal grandfather to siblings Bart, Lisa and Maggie. Raging Abe Simpson and His Grumbling Grandson in 'The Curse of the Flying Hellfish' - The Simpsons [S07E22] TV-14 Animation Comedy Another member of Grampa Simpson's WWII platoon dies, leaving only him and Mr. Burns. In the short, Grampa tells his grandchildren stories of "the good old days". Raging Abe Simpson and His Grumbling Grandson in "The Curse of the Flying Hellfish" Grampa Simpson Mr. Burns YouTube Root One, youtube, orange, smiley, business png.  In a review of the Grampa-centric episode "Lady Bouvier's Lover", Patrick Bromley of DVD Verdict said that he is "never terribly interested" in episodes that revolve around Grampa, because he believes Grampa is "great as a background character, but less so when he takes center stage. Mr. Burns tries to kill Grampa Simpson to seize a treasure the two found during World War II as members of the "Flying Hellfish" battalion.  Grampa has also been briefly married to Marge's sister, Selma Bouvier, and was once romantically linked to Marge's mother, Jacqueline Bouvier. In the final days of the war, the unit had discovered several paintings and agreed on a tontine , placing the paintings in a crate, and the final surviving member would inherit the paintings. She became a fugitive from justice after she abetted in the sabotage of a biological weapons research lab owned by Mr. Burns to deliberately poison everyone in Springfield. They each give a talk about things in their life. The Flying Hellfish (also referred to as just "the Hellfish") was the military unit Abraham Simpson, Charles Montgomery Burns, and several other Springfieldians served in during World War II, as seen in the flashback in the Simpsons episode "Raging Abe Simpson and His Grumbling Grandson in "The Curse of the Flying Hellfish"". Hellfish Abe: Well here I am. Director Jeffrey Lynch received help from Brad Bird, with whom he worked on many complex staging shots. your own Pins on Pinterest At the very end of war in Europe, Grampa's unit "liberated" a stash of priceless art from surrendering German forces. To escape death, Abe moves into the Simpsons' house, where the family lets him live in Bart's room. Grandpa flees and Vidal is fought off by the nurse, who has a shotgun for some reason, and Grandpa escapes to the Simpsons house for sanctuary.  Alongside the television series, Grampa regularly appears in issues of Simpsons Comics, which were first published on November 29, 1993. the simpsons, the flying hellfish, grandpa simpson, grampa simpson, homer simpson, bart simpson, marge simpson, lisa simpson, maggie simpson, springfield, springfeild, moes tavern, duff beer The Flying Hellfish Classic T-Shirt  The logo for the unit was designed using the original name and was not subsequently changed when the name was switched. Grandpa Simpson reveals to Bart that he and Montgomery Burns were part of a World War 2 unit known as the Flying Hellfish, which stole priceless art from a German castle during the war, of which the last surviving member would inherit the fortune. 7x22 - Simpson und sein Enkel in "Die Schatzsuche" | 'The Curse of the Flying Hellfish' Sie haben gegen Kriegsende eine wertvolle Gemäldesammlung gefunden. It is unknown where Grampa was born. In the episode, one of Abraham "Grampa" Simpson's fellow World War II veterans, Asa Phelps, dies, leaving him and Mr. Burns as the only living members of Grampa's war squad, the Flying Hellfish. In the 1000th issue of Entertainment Weekly, Grampa was selected as the "Grandpa for The Perfect TV Family". hook & loop backed embroidered morale patch As he and Grampa open it, Burns arrives and takes the paintings at gunpoint. , The Simpsons writer Al Jean commented that Grampa is often the focus of pointed jokes about old people. He is a war veteran and served in World War II with attachments to the navy and air force. Discover (and save!) Like numerous episodes this season it also works as another example of family ties being reinforced though never at the sake of entertainment. Unique Flying Hellfish Stickers designed and sold by artists. HELLFISH abe simpson november 2006. Take the Quiz: The Curse of the Flying Hellfish. 0 0 0 The scene where Grampa tries to assassinate Hitler is based on The Day of the Jackal.  Grampa has an older brother named Cyrus, who lives in Tahiti and has multiple native wives. Get up to 50% off. The Simpsons - Season 7: Raging Abe Simpson and His Grumbling Grandson in "the Curse of the Flying Hellfish" - Grampa and Mr. Burns, the last surviving members of a World War II army unit, vie for a priceless collection of rare art hidden in a secret location. 3" high quality sticker The first, released in May 2000, depicts Grampa in his usual appearance. Grampa-centric episodes of The …  Grampa was a hated wrestler named "Glamorous Godfrey" in the 1950s, revealed in the episode "Gorgeous Grampa", starring him and Mr. Burns. Lynch did not have any other episodes to work on at the time and was able to devote a lot of time to working on the episode. , The Simpsons writer David Mirkin said that one of his favorite jokes on the show is the one where Grampa cycles down the street in high speed and shouts that he feels young again, and is then knocked flying from his bicycle after a doll's head flies into the spokes and falls into an open grave. HELLFISH abe simpson november 2006. The family frequently laughs at his "failing" memory and his "ineffectual" attempts to get what he wants. Milhouse's paternal grandfather has visited, Nelson's grandfather who is a judge is there, and so is Abe Simpson, Bart's grandfather. Voices: Nancy Cartwright, Harry Shearer, Dan Castellaneta. Bart finds his Grampa's war stories farfetched, until Mr. Burns tries to kill the elder Simpson to seize a treasure the two found during the Big One as members of "Flying Hellfish" battalion. Curse of the Flying Hellfish might affect you here.  The final issue was published on October 17, 2018. After avoiding several attempts on his life, Grampa seeks refuge at the Simpsons' house. Grampa Simpson in the episode Raging Abe Simpson and his Grumbling Grandson in The Curse of the Flying Hellfish.