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Funko Pop - The Simpsons - Obeseus #1203

Funko Pop - The Simpsons - Obeseus #1203

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Obeseus started off with a decent morale compass, wanting to free his friends from slavery. However, his wife Marjora became a bad influence on him, convincing him to keep his friends as slaves. Obeseus often seemed happy with where he was in life, whilst Marjora often wanted more and pushed Obeseus to get more from life. Obeseus was often scared of his wife getting angry, only going through with killing Emperor Quimbus to become a senator as he knew Marjora would be angry if he didn't.

Eventually, Obeseus decided that he had enough and refused to go through with what his wife wanted. Upon being imprisoned by his son, Obeseus realized what he had done wrong with his life and attempted to put it right by stopping his son from hurting more people.


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