Marge, Lisa, Bart and Maggie come back from trick of treating. What is Lisa’s Halloween costume?
|Ruth Bader Ginsburg|
In the first segment, where does Homer buy the monkey’s paw?
The man who sold Homer the monkey’s paw was once:
|the Crown Prince of Kuwait|
|the owner of half the oil in Saudi Arabia|
|the happiest man in Tunisia|
|president of Algeria|
Thanks to Bart’s wish, the Simpsons are now rich and famous! What’s the name of their album?
|The Simpsons Go Calypso|
|The Simpsons Sing America|
|A Very Simpsons Christmas|
Homer wishes for:
|a meatball sub|
|a turkey sandwich|
|a Philly cheesesteak|
Lisa selfishly wished for world peace, which backfires when the Earth is invaded by aliens. However, the aliens flee after Moe chases one off with:
|a lead pipe|
|a sack full of knobs|
|a board with a nail in it|
Bart allows Lisa to come and sleep in his bed, in exchange for:
|a candy necklace|
In the second segment, Bart decides to make the cat more interesting, so now the cat has all of the following except:
|an umbrella for a tail|
|a Fu Manchu moustache|
|the ability to breathe fire|
|daisies on its ears|
Thanks to Bart’s test answers, what country do the students of Springfield Elementary live in?
|The United States of Pooperica|
Thanks to Sideshow Mel’s legal, over-the-counter wake-up drugs, Krusty the Clown has been on the air for how many consecutive hours?
Bart transforms Homer into:
|a cup and ball|
|a rocking horse|
|a roly-poly man|
|a jack in the box|
In the third segment, Homer is laid off from the power plant and takes on a new job. What is it?
|haunted house attendant|
Mr Burns unveils his robot, which he calls the greatest breakthrough in labour relations since:
|the chain gang|
|the dunking tank|
|the cat-of-nine tails|
Complete the quote: “Look at me, I’m ...”
Lisa’s class is having an all-you-can-eat spaghetti dinner. Unfortunately, it’s the same night as:
|the Republican fundraiser to re-elect Richard Nixon|
|the American Energy Monopolists’ conference|
|a Yale alumni dinner to support the new polo grounds|
|a reception for Queen Beatrix of the Netherlands|