Brooks have served as executive producers during the show's entire history, and also function as creative consultants. Sam Simon , described by former Simpsons director Brad Bird as "the unsung hero" of the show,  served as creative supervisor for the first four seasons. He was constantly at odds with Groening, Brooks and the show's production company Gracie Films and left in Group rewriting sessions develop final scripts by adding or removing jokes, inserting scenes, and calling for re-readings of lines by the show's vocal performers.
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Profile[ edit ] Comic Book Guy who states Jeff Albertson to be his real name in the episode " Homer and Ned's Hail Mary Pass "  is a nerdy, snobby and quarrelsome man best known for his eloquence and crabby, sarcastic quips. He is obsessed with collecting comic books and is an avid science fiction buff. He holds a master's degree in folklore and mythology having translated The Lord of the Rings into Klingon as part of his thesis ,  as well as a degree in chemical engineering,  has an IQ of , and is a member of the Springfield branch of Mensa. For example, in the episode " Saddlesore Galactica ", he wears a T-shirt saying " Worst Episode Ever " and criticizes the idea of the Simpson family keeping a horse since that was the subject of a previous episode. Another example of breaking the fourth wall occurs in an episode when Comic Book Guy's chair collapses, and he sarcastically says "Ooh, a fat man falls.
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Biography A younger Burns and his teddy bear Bobo Burns' paternal family is of Scottish descent while his maternal family is of Scottish, German, and supposedly Mexican descent although this is contradicted many times. As a child, Burns lived happily in a northern state with his natural parents Clifford and Daphne Burns as the second-youngest of 12 children, the youngest being George Burns , and his teddy bear Bobo. As a child, Burns was so jubilant and amiable that his parents called him "Happy". Presumably, nine of his other siblings also accompanied him, although they died under "suspicious circumstances", leaving himself as the sole heir to the family fortune. Burns lived a life of privilege and would amuse himself by injuring hapless immigrant laborers; it appears that Wainwright was directly responsible for turning Charles Montgomery from a pleasant child into a cold-hearted man, much like himself.