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Professor John I. Nerdelbaum Frink Jr. He is voiced by Hank Azaria , and first appeared in the episode " Old Money ". Frink is Springfield 's nerdy scientist and professor and is extremely intelligent, though somewhat mad and socially inept. Frink often tries to use his bizarre inventions to aid the town in its crises but they usually only make things worse. His manner of speech, including the impulsive shouting of nonsensical words, has become his trademark. Frink was originally depicted as an evil scientist in "Old Money", since he was trying to secure funding for a death ray. The professor has received acclaim from critics, particularly for his bizarre inventions such as the hamburger earmuffs , and he has appeared on many reviewers' listings of their favorite supporting characters from The Simpsons.
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