Springfield Elementary’s new ultra-hard PostCherfect chairs were designed by eminent posturologists to eliminate slouching by the year:
What prank does Bart regret having played?
|flushing a cherry bomb while Mrs. Skinner is visiting the school|
|tying helium balloons to Groundskeeper Willie’s kilt|
|replacing Mrs Krabappel’s birth control pills with Tic Tacs|
|tampering with the school clock|
If Skinner were a truant boy looking for a good time, he’d be right here:
|the Springfield Planetarium|
|the Springfield Natural History Museum|
|the Springfield Library|
|the Springfield Gallery of American Art|
How does Homer disguise himself so Bart won’t see him skipping work?
|brushing his hair over his forehead|
|using a Sharpie to draw a unibrow|
|putting his lower lip over his upper lip and bulging his eyes|
|using a comb as a moustache|
Freddy Quimby humiliates the waiter because he cannot pronounce which word or phrase?
Those Quimbys sure put on a spread for Freddy’s birthday, including the largest what that Bart has ever seen?
|Rice Krispie square|
|Deep fried Twinkie|
Skinner knows Bart skipped school yesterday, as when he can prove it, he’s sending Bart to
|all of the above|
The evil gene. Hitler has it. Freddy Quimby has it. Who else had it?
Bart imagines Skinner sentencing him, for the heinous crime of hooky, to a lifetime of hard labour:
|in the cafeteria|
|in gym class|
|clapping blackboard dusters|
|working for Groundskeeper Willie|
Justice has little if anything to do with:
|a disobedient whale|
Turns out Freddy Quimby is innocent after all! The clumsy waiter falls out of the courtroom window and into a truck filled with:
|Boston cream pies|
Skinner is a small man in many ways, a small petty man. How long is the detention he gives Bart?