While searching for an admirable ancestor for a class project, Lisa discovers the story of a relative named Eliza Simpson, who may or may not have helped a slave escape to freedom.

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Homer Simpson / Groundskeeper Willie / Grampa Simpson / Hiram Simpson / Patrolman #1 / Krusty (voice)
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Marge Simpson / Mabel Simpson (voice)
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Lisa Simpson / Eliza Simpson (voice)
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Patrolman #2 / Abraham Lincoln (voice)
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Virgil (voice)
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Milhouse Van Houten / Milford Van Houten / Martha's Girlfriend (voice)
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Martha the Librarian (voice)
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Miss Hoover (voice)
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Whilst researching for her family tree Lisa uncovers the 1860 diary of little Eliza Simpson,who helped Colonel Burns' slave Virgil escape to Canada but the diary ends abruptly and at the school project Milhouse informs her that Eliza in fact helped put Burns on Virgil's trail. Fortunately Grampa knows the true ending to the story,which accounts for why the Simpsons have Negro blood in them. Written by don @ minifie-1

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In the interview clip with old Eliza Simpson you can see a picture on the wall depicting Eliza's wedding with Milford Van Houten. This means the Simpsons and the Van Houtens have Mabel Simpsons has common ancestor, making Lisa and Milhouse distant relatives. We all know Milhouse wants to marry Lisa. See more »

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In 1860 Canada was still a British colony. It didn't become an independent country until 1867. And the Canadian maple leaf flag wasn't adopted until 1965. See more »

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Lisa Simpson: But why would you keep it a secret from us all these years?
Abraham Simpson: Well, how can I explain this to a young person? People of my generation were, you know...
Lisa Simpson: Racist?
Abraham Simpson: That's it!
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References Toy Story (1995) See more »

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An der schönen Blauen Donau
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Music by Johann Strauss
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Great Episode with More Simpsons Family History Revealed,
7 May 2010 | by (Ireland) – See all my reviews

The Color Yellow is a brlliant Simpsons episode with a very well written storyline and loads of very funny scenes.I liked seeing this episode develop the Simpsons family history even more,it touched on a period of the past that I never thought they would show and I really liked that,as we see more old fashioned versions of the family.I really liked the characters of both Eliza Simpson and Virgil,they were both very likable and,although I doubt it will happen,I would like to see another episode show us their future.The episode also had a pretty unexpected twist that I thought was clever and really appreciated it.The Color Yellow is a very enjoyable Simpsons episode.

While searching for an interesting part of her family's history for a school project,Lisa discovers the diary of Eliza Simpson,who helps a slave named Virgil escape to freedom.

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