Harry Shearer, who plays Nixon, voices both the factory owner Mr Burns and his fawning sidekick Waylon Smithers, in the animated American sitcom 'The Simpsons'.
What does WS stand for?
WS stands for Waylon Smithers (The Simpsons)
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Add to that list Waylon Smithers of The Simpsons (the blue-balled assistant of Mr.
His main guest is Harry Shearer, who was one of the talents behind This Is Spinal Tap, and one of the star voices for The Simpsons, providing the larynx for Mr Burns, Waylon Smithers, Ned Flanders, Rev Timothy Lovejoy and Kent Brockman among others.
An obvious candidate is Waylon Smithers, who is in love with dastardly nuclear power plant boss, Mr Burns.
Waylon Smithers, the doting executive assistant to Homer's boss, the cadaverous Mr.
Groening refused to rule out that the homosexual could be Homer, but the smart money is on Waylon Smithers, timid underling of evil nuclear power tycoon Montgomery Burns.
But the smart-alec Warner Bros favourite was beaten to the top spot by Waylon Smithers, Monty Burns' assistant in The Simpsons.