Lisa Marie Simpson, voiced by Yeardley Smith, is Homer and Marge's oldest duaghter and the middle child on The Simpsons.  Lisa is very intelligent, plays the saxophone, is a vegetarian, Buddhist, and definitely a bit of a young political activist.  She's basically the complete opposite of her brother, Bart.

Lisa Simpson Quotes

Lisa: You stink Strawberry, we want home run Homer!
Bart: Darryl... Darryl.
Bart and Lisa: Darryl... Darryl!
Marge: Kids, that's not very nice
Lisa: Mom, they're professional athletes, they're used to this kind of thing, it rolls right off their back!
(Cut to close up to Strawberry, who begins to tear up.)

Homer: Yeah, sure, for you a baby's all fun and games, for me it's diaper changes and midnight feeding!
Lisa: Shouldn't mom do all that stuff?
Homer: Yeah, but I have to hear about it.

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