Andy Warhol

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Tertiary character
Deceased character
Andy Warhol
Andy Warhol.jpg
Andy Warhol in front of his work of art Campbell's Soup Cans. [6ACV23]
Age58 (at time of death)
Date of birth6 August, 1928
Date of death22 February, 1987
SpeciesHuman
Planet of originEarth
ProfessionArtist
First appearance"All the Presidents' Heads" (6ACV23)
Episode
Voiced byJohn DiMaggio
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Andrew Warhola, Jr. (often referred to as Andy Warhol), was an American painter, printmaker, and filmmaker who was a leading figure in the visual art movement known as pop art.

When Amy, Dr. Zoidberg, and Professor Farnsworth briefly teleported to the 1960s, [6ACV23] they were teleported in front of Warhol's work of art Campbell's Soup Cans. Warhol then walked up to them, referring to Zoidberg as a "marvelous lobster man", but soon dismissing him as a "horrid bore". The encounter resulted in the painting Unwelcome Guest in 1968, which contains four different-colored depictions of Zoidberg's head.

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Unwelcome Guest, 1968.

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    Andy Warhol: Hi, I'm Andy Warhol, and you're some kind of...marvelous lobster man.
    Zoidberg: Right on! Say, you got any real soup, or just this schlock? [Zoidberg is teleported away.]
    Andy Warhol: What a horrid bore.

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