Though I think Frink and Wen-qi have the best romance ever, this title pretty much works for Comic Book Guy...
Okay, though he's very popular among you Simpsons fans, it's because most fans hate him more than adore him. Seriously, guys, what's wrong? He's AWESOME!
...and cute...and funny...and really hot...
Okay, look, so he's sarcastic mostly, but he has a good reason to why. No girl will accept him for who he is, with the excuse of Agnes Skinner
and Edna Krabappel
, and I can't see why.
I would SO date him!
But back to the important stuff, every man needs a woman, such as Jeff Albertson, aka Comic Book Guy. And he needs someone who's just his age, not too young, not TOO old.
I found the perfect woman from a Season 17 episode known as "Kiss Kiss, Bang Banglore", where Homer frantically talks to this Indian woman after arriving in India when he thought he was going to Indiana.
I think she's perfect!
That and I think it was about time to give a woman of another ethnicity a great guy to love.
Yes, she looks a lot younger in this picture, that's because I tweeked her outfit a bit. She's dressed like this right after she and CBG start dating. And, like CBG, she loves comics and her favorite hero is the Green Lantern. See that her clothes depict the hero?
Also, that comic she has in her hands is known as "Everyman". Remember the first episode of the new Season of 21, "Homer the Whopper"? Well, CBG created Everyman and got it published and made it into a movie...almost.
Here's her bio:
Name: Chahana Chauhan (Chahana means "desire, affection)
Occupation: Business woman
Description: Very hard-headed and serious, Chahana was once content and full of life, until about two years when her husband had left her and ran off with a Las Vegas woman. Poor Chahana easily snaps at people who seem ignorant in her judgement as well as send burning quips at others. But that all changes once she meets Comic Book Guy...
About a month since Everyman became "Who Man?", CBG is still in his small business, going good with his Everyman series issues expanding and more eager customers come in to purchase them. He's deeply miserable with himself since he's like a 45-year-old man who still lives with his parents who has no wife like his good nerd friend, Frink, does. He vents his disappointment on kids such as Bart and Milhouse to make up for not having a 'beauty with his beast'.
After the kids reluctantly leave the store, in walks Chahana, who asks to use the restroom. CBG sarcastically tells her that the restroom is for paying customers only, and he tells her 'but a for woman such as yourself, I doubt you'd be a customer of this variety'. And that's when he learns the true mind of this Indian women when she angrily tells him off about 'kicking his butt like Batman from the Superman and Batman: Public Enemies movie'. Soon, after a bit of useless, and almost intimate quarreling, the two find each other very compatible and they begin to talk about other things related to comics.
It was with that encouragement that CBG asks her out...and she accepts. To finally go out with an actual female of a certain sophisticated posture, CBG decides to ditch his 'marvel madness' image just so he can impress her on their date.
When the date starts, and CBG, now referred to by Chahana as Jeff, is dressed in a fine business suit, takes Chahana to certain places in Springfield where a proper lady such as her would like: the museum, a dull music theater, and a business seminar.
When Jeff sees how bored Chahana is, he feels he has 'failed to pursue his heroic deed' once again and decides to just drop her home. On the way, the car accidentally breaks down and Jeff finds himself stuck with a reluctant Chahana at the park while the car is being fixed. It was with that moment, Jeff accidentally drops a pamphlet on the floor, to which Chahana picks up. Reading it, it says 'Marvel Convention Tonight'. She questions Jeff, and he confesses that most women he was even lucky to date found no interest in what he liked, and he wanted to impress her and show her he wasn't some unappealing loser as almost everyone calls him. Chahana tells him that he is a very special man, and that she's willing to give the date one more try if Jeff does it 'exactly as he would definitely plan it'.
The date became successful, mingling with other nerds at conventions, eating fast-food instead of fancy restaurant food, and watching a sci-fi film festival. The date ends with Chahana kissing Jeff, asking if he's willing to go on another date. Well, duh! Of coure he would!
The two have been dating for a week, and it's still going strong. However, they have barely any time for each other with Chahana's business job...in which she later confesses to Jeff she's not entirely happy with but it pays good money. She tells him she wants to do a part-time job in animation, draw and make cartoons come to life. Jeff tells her of his recent work with Ginormic Pictures to make "Everyman" a hit, but when the stakes went high, Jeff turned it down. He also told her of a Combodian son named Prius he had adopted but had given back...he tells her he does miss him.
During one date, however, they bump into Edna and Agnes, who give Jeff the cold shoulder for previous events. When Chahana asks of this, Jeff sadly confesses to her that he had dated both of them...and had gotten intimate with them too. Though a bit disgusted, Chahana doesn't think of him any less, in fact, she loves him more than ever, seeing how she hasn't been this happy in years.
Soon, Chahana changes herself, much to Jeff's joy, and the two become quite the MARVEL-ous pair.
Jeff becomes a lot nicer to people, even to the kids while Chahana can laugh and smile again, both having true friends in Springfield. It was then that the producers of Ginormic Pictures come and beg Jeff to reconsider about Everyman in a second movie since ratings were so bad the reputations might go down. Jeff agrees to take on Hollywood once more...if they give Chahana a job in animation and effects, to which they agree.
The second movie is made, and it was a huge hit. Not only are Jeff and Chahana rich and famous, they have also been nominated for an Oscar for "Best Animated Film". With everything's that's happened, Jeff tells Chahana that he wants to get his Combodian son back, not to boost fame, but to raise as his own child and to love like how he loves Chahana.
He asked the producers to give him and his girlfriend, along with Bart and Lisa who tag along, for tickets to Combodia. In that country, Jeff returns to the orphanage where he first found Prius. Meeting Jeff again, Prius wants nothing to do with him after he had just 'handed him back' like a toy after all the Hollywood stuff was gone and fears Jeff might do it again. Jeff tells him that what he did was wrong, but he's a changed man now, and he's willing to treat Prius like a real son, and give him a real family. When Prius doesn't respond to this, Jeff tearfully leaves him with a flipbook he made of them together as father and son before he goes back to America.
Seeing how Jeff really does love him, Prius smuggles himself unto a plane to Springfield. During the Oscar's, Jeff has won, though in his acceptance speech, he reveals he is still very heartbroken that his adopted son still hates him. That was when Prius appears before Jeff on stage, and it just becomes a beautiful moment.
Moving out of his parents' house for real this time, Jeff, Chahana, and little Prius move into a big house, rich in both money and love.
Jeff asks Chahana to marry her, and to become Prius's adopted mother, and she accepts. The wedding is an ordinary wedding...it's a sci-fi wedding!
Prius is happy to now have both a mom and a dad...but later getseven more.
Chahana is pregnant.
What do you think? Pretty neat, huh? Jeff gets everything he's wanted for so long: friends, fame, respect, and love and family.
I love him so.