About him

Morris "Moe" Szyslak (pronounced "siz-lack"), also known as Moe the Bartender, is the proprietor and bartender of "Moe's Tavern", a Springfield bar frequented by Homer Simpson and his friends. He has once stated that he moved to Springfield from the Netherlands. He also owns Moe's Bagels in Colorado. He has grey hair, light blue T-shirt, dark blue apron and the same colored butterfly, grey trausers, and grey-blue shoes.

In the game

In Bart 's game, we saw him in a room, that resembels as his tavern. He got a call from someone, that he didn't recognize, that said, that the building is on fire. After he smelled the fire burning (that was just papers burning in a corb near the ventilation sistem), he ran out and tripped on the skate board, that Bart put it there.

In Homer's game, he was seen in his tavern. Homer asks him, if he has done anything exciting lately, as Moe replies that he hasn't, as his life is so boring as the final episode of Lost, and said that he would like to experience something exciting and something dangerous. He then more likely tells himself, that he should stop day dreaming or he will depress himself even more. Homer then gave him the Grim Reaper's cloak and saying, rest in peace. He then puts the cloak on and his hand turns into a skeleton hand, which when he touches Barney, Charlie Sheen and two women, they all ended up dead.



  • He was seen normal.
  • Behind the bar, Moe had a Pigsaw copy or a dummy.
  • In his little tavern, he had only three drinks, a beer glass, a cashier, telephone, a refrigerator, a dart game and a propeler on the ceilling.

  • In Homer's game, he was seen the same as in the cartoon series as well as in Marge's game.
  • When Homer wanted to grab the beer, Moe was seen angry and asks him, if he wanted to pay for it and said that he shouldn't touch it. Homer then said that, they (meaning he and the player) will have to get rid of Moe in order to take the beer.
  • He then swap his swet and also he ended dead, expending his hands over the bar table and his tounge out.
  • His bar had a blue refridgerator, a blue attached on the wall telephone, a bartender closet, three pictures, a night stand wardrobe with a glass of watter and a purple microvave on top, a night table with a beer tank, a ventilation, three chairs that people were sitting on.