The SimpsonsThe Simpsons is a satirical parody set in the fictional town of Springfield, and uses many aspects of the human condition including American culture, society, and tv. It follows the middle class family led by Homer Simpson, through all of their adventures.
I thought he was a good father and a bad husband. He allowed the children to form their own identities and grow from within while still providing the occasional guidance and necessities.
As a husband he is just lucky that Marge has tolerance.
homer is a great father and husband.sure he screws up all the time.but he still manages to get back up after screwing up.for egg-the episode in which they take a crayon out of his nose and he becomes a whiz....one of my favorite is the one in which the kids ask abet their birth and stuff,they ask him abet pictures of Maggie which we rent all that much.he replies that he has OT where he needs it the most. the scene then changes to his workstation at the power plant with a picture of Maggie with the words "do it for her"
yes he was. even though he was weird and damn stupid and dumb and did things that Marge dint like, in the end he always made his family happy. remember the time he stopped drinking beer for 30 days Cox Marge asked him to. The end of that episode shows that even though it seems like he isn't a good father and a good husband, at heart he really is a good father and a good husband and a good person too.