&#zero39;Simpsons&#zero39; Showrunner Remembers Penny Marshall, Show&#zero39;s First Guest Star

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“She can be very a lot missed,” Al Jean stated.

Penny Marshall broke floor in Hollywood together with her decades-long profession in entrance of and behind the digital camera, however she additionally has a bit of historical past with the longest operating American sitcom on TV: The Simpsons.

Marshall, who died Monday night time (Dec. 17) on the age of 75, appeared on the primary season of the Fox cartoon in 1990's "Some Enchanted Evening" taking part in Ms. Botz, aka "The Babysitter Bandit." She will get away with robbing the household as a result of Homer — or because the information places it, a "native boob" — lets her escape after Bart and Lisa handle to knock her out.

One of the character's most memorable strains is, "You’re going to look at this tape, and also you’re going to do what I say or I’m going to do one thing to you. And I don’t know what that’s as a result of everybody has all the time executed what I say!”

"I met her a number of occasions, which had been all pleasing however can’t say I knew her nicely," showrunner Al Jean instructed The Hollywood Reporter. "The individuals who knew her nicely thought she was terrific; proficient and good."

Technically, Marshall was the primary visitor star to work with the collection, however her episode aired after others, similar to Kelsey Grammer's first look as Sideshow Bob, Jean defined. 

"She can be very a lot missed," Jean instructed THR.

"Some Enchanted Evening" is taken into account by critics probably the greatest episodes of that preliminary season. 

This article initially appeared on THR.com.