Morticia's Portrait of Cousin Crimp
|Series||The Addams Family (TV Series)|
|Gender||Male and Female|
|Other Family|| |
- Not to be confused with Uncle Crimp
Cousin Crimp is a relative of The Addams Family.
Crimp is a two-headed individual (one male, one female) and was "such fun on a double date," according to Morticia. Gomez said Crimp was "mighty handy when we needed a third or fourth for bridge, too." Crimp used to love to play the harpsichord; a 1503 Krupnik was in his family for over four hundred years. He used to play four-handed compositions on it... all by himself. Crimp had a huge glass eye. When Uncle Fester found it in the safe he said "Those were the days when men were men." Morticia later knitted him a very long shawl. Once, Gomez mistook a painting of himself for Crimp, saying wrongly "I'd recognize that face with my eyes shut."
The Addams Family original series episodes:
- "Lurch and His Harpsichord"
- "Morticia, the Breadwinner"
- "Morticia's Dilemma"
- "Lurch's Little Helper"
The New Addams Family episode:
- "Morticia's Dilemma" (new)