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But because this is The Good Place —the trickiest, high-concept-iest sitcom broadcast TV has seen since The Office naturally, made by the same dude, Michael Schur —nothing about the show is as it seems. Jacinto, it turns out, is not an idiot. It was really weird, but very fun at the same time. I was talking to my parents about it—they follow what I do on social media, which is very flattering and very scary at the same time. But the game was super fun. Yeah, but I think it was just when I was being Jason Mendoza.
She is often seen sucking on her pacifier, and, when she walks, she trips over her clothing and falls on her face. Because she rarely ever talks, Maggie is the least seen and heard in the Simpson family. Maggie shows a much stronger devotion to her mother than her father, possibly because Marge is always at home or shopping with her while Homer is mostly at work or at Moe's. She developed a father-daughter relationship with Moe the bartender, who once saved her life. However, she does love Homer and has more than once saved his life.