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In Homage To Victor Borge, Nancy Cartwright As Darlene Davenport Gives Us A Hilariously Animated Lesson On Punctuation

February 01, 2018

You may have never heard the name Nancy Cartwright before, but I'm sure that whether you are a fan of the Simpsons or not, you have heard of Bart Simpson. Nancy Cartwright is the voice behind that obnoxious spiky-headed ten-year-old boy.

Nancy has voiced Bart Simpson and other characters on the show for 30 years! Bart may be the most famous voice that Nancy has performed, but she has played several other roles as well and has recently brought a new one to life.

Meet Darlene Davenport! Darlene will be giving us a hilarious lesson in phonetic punctuation, Victor Borge style. What if punctuation made sounds when we talked? It might convey the message we are trying to get across better, don't you think? Well, Darlene is going to answer that question for us with a hilarious monologue. Get ready to laugh!

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