The Fox network's most successful series to date was a spin-off from "The Tracey Ullman Show" in which originally appeared as one minute shorts. The executive producers of that series, James L. Brooks and Sam Simon decided that these characters could support a half an hour series.
It is now reported as the longest animated series in prime-time network television.
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Bernice Hibbert is Dr. Hibbert’s recovering alcoholic wife, voiced by Tress MacNeille. Although she is known as something of a heavy drinker, Mrs. Hibbert remains one of The Simpsons’ less notable, saner characters. This has been joked about on at least one occasion (in “Homer vs. The Eighteenth Amendment,” she faints, along with other imbibers of renown, upon reading the news that Prohibition has been introduced in Springfield). Bernice has at least three children with Dr. Hibbert, two boys and a girl, and also laughs just like her husband. Their marriage may be in trouble, which is referenced in “Dude, Where's My Ranch?.”
She is seen in "Lisa the Vegetarian" with Julius at Homer's BBQ. In early episodes she is named Sylvia. In Virtual Springfield, she is seen twice, once called Mary Hibbert and once, in a yearbook, called Clarice Rashad in a takeoff on the Clair Huxtable character from the Cosby Show, and Phylicia Rashād, the actress who played her.
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