Bonnie Parker was a criminal with Clyde Barrow and appears in a story by Homer Simpson.
Bonnie is, along with Billy the Kid, Clyde Barrow and Jesus, one of those who in America are praised after they died.
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In 1933, during the Great Depression, Bonnie Parker rejects a man trying to get her attention, saying she is looking for someone exciting. Clyde Barrow then arrives, and after robbing a store, the two run off. Clyde discovers Bonnie's passion is violence, and the two go on a crime spree by robbing banks. After tricking a citizen into helping them, the two garner intense popularity in the country for and they got a radio show named after them. The citizen they tricked soon realizes what had happened, and snitches to the police. The Louisiana officers soon arrive, and the cops gun Bonnie and Clyde down. While dying, Bonnie tells Clyde that she is looking for a man with more excitement, and that they would never have been together.
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- Bonnie in "Love, Springfieldian Style" is based on Marge Simpson's character.