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CBG has had a minor part in the following episodes:

  • "The Otto Show" [8F21]: Sells T-shirts with picture of Spinal Tap kicking Khadafi.
  • "Homer's Barbershop Quartet" [9F21]: Mans a stall at the Springfield Swap Meet.
  • "Grampa vs. Sexual Inadequacy" [2F07]: Watching films (with a female companion) at the Stock Footage Festival.
  • "Radioactive Man" [2F17]: Plays slot-car racing with Otto for the title of the champion of the universe.
  • "Team Homer" [3F10]: Forces Bart into buying Mad Magazine Special Edition.
  • "Bart the Fink" [3F12]: Leaving restaurant with a wheelbarrow full of tacos.
  • "The Day the Violence Died" [3F16]: Sells Bart an antique Itchy drawing (CBG is only heard in this scene).
  • "Much Apu About Nothing" [3F20]: Seen briefly as the bear is loaded onto the truck and again outside the Immigration and Naturalization Service building.
  • "You Only Move Twice" [3F23]: Waving goodbye to the Simpsons.
  • "The Homer They Fall" [4F03]: Seen briefly at the burlesque house demolition.
  • "Hurricane Neddy" [4F07]: Seen briefly at the Kwik E Mart buying provisions
  • "My Sister, My Sitter" [4F13]: In the wheelbarrow line at Dr. Nick's clinic.
  • "The Two Mrs. Nahasapeemapetilons" [5F04]: Reject bachelor.
  • "Miracle on Evergreen Terrace" [5F07]: Empties the contents of The Simpsons cutlery drawer into his pants.
  • "Bart Carny" [5F08]: Seen briefly at the carnival.
  • "The Joy of Sect " [5F23]: Getting married at the Movementarians mass marriage ceremony.
  • "King of the Hill" [5F16]: Sitting on a Portaloo reading a copy of "Zebra Girl"
  • "Lost Our Lisa" [5F17]: On a bus wearing a helmet and a t-shirt which reads "Dungeon Master".
  • "The Wizard of Evergreen Terrace" [5F21]: Couch scene - sitting in The Simpsons living room eating popcorn.
  • "Monty Can't Buy Me Love" [AABF17]: At the "Cash in your legacy" antiques appraisal.
  • "Monty Can't Buy Me Love" [AABF17]: In the crowd outside Fortune Megastore.
  • "Thirty Minutes Over Tokyo" [AABF20]: Seen briefly at "The Java Server" internet cafe.
  • "Beyond Blunderdome" [AABF23]: Bashes the new edition of "Mr. Smith Goes to Washington".
  • "It's A Mad, Mad, Mad, Mad Marge" [BABF18]: Marge steals his prescription pants.
  • "A Tale of Two Springfields" [BABF20]: Among the people who flee over the Springfield Wall.
  • "HOMR" [BABF22]: Criticizes a cartoon voice actor
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