|Professor Jonathan I.Q. Neidelbaum Frink, Jr.|
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Jonathan "John" I.Q. Neidelbaum Frink, Jr., B.Sc., Ph.D. M.R.S.C., C.Chem, better known as Professor Frink and once referred to as Doctor Frink is Springfield's local scientist and college professor, and is extremely brilliant, though somewhat socially inept. Frink often tries to use his bizarre inventions to aid the town in its crises, but they usually only make things worse.
Frink is said to have an IQ of 197; 199 before he sustained a concussion during the collapse of Springfield's brief intellectual junta. He is a member of the Springfield Mensa and a college professor at Springfield Heights Institute of Technology. He is fond of flubber, a material with enhanced bounce properties, of which his basketball shoes are made.
Professor Frink is the inventor of, among other things, hamburger earmuffs, the flying motorcycle and the 8-month after pill. Some of Frink's inventions, such as the automatic phone dialer, work better than others, such as his radio-controlled plane, which carries babies as passengers under their parents' control, or a secure house that sprouts legs and runs away from potential danger (the legs of which often collapsed causing the house to crash to the ground and catch fire). Frink has also discovered and cured "Frink's Disease" and discovered "Frinkonium."
- In the series, he is voiced by Hank Azaria. In the game, he is mute.
- Azaria once stated that he is his favourite character to voice in the show.
- In The Simpsons Ride , there is a short skit where Professor Frink uses the DeLorean Time Machine to travel two years into the past. When Frink arrives, he hits a banker named Mr. Friedman with the DeLorean, and Doc Brown loses ownership of the Institute of Future Technology to Krusty the Clown, who turns it into Krustyland.