It’s book report day at Springfield Elementary. What book does Martin Prince report on?
|The Old Man and the Sea, by Ernest Hemingway|
|The Catcher in the Rye, by J.D. Salinger|
|The Grapes of Wrath, by John Steinbeck|
|Moby Dick, by Herman Melville|
Bart’s book report is on Treasure Island, which he has not read. When challenged by Mrs Krabappel to name the pirate in Treasure Island, he names:
|Peg Leg Pete|
Bart hasn’t been paying attention to a word Mrs Krabappel said. What was the last thing she said?
|“It’s your own time you’re wasting!”|
|“That’s just your problem, you never try!”|
|“Straighten up and fly right!”|
|“I’m not going to say this again!”|
Instead of doing homework, Bart is at the Noiseland Video Arcade, playing:
|Rudolf’s Christmas Rampage|
|Escape from Grandma’s House|
|Junkyard Fighting Championship|
It’s Big Gorilla Week on Million Dollar Movie! What big gorilla movie do Bart and Homer watch together?
|Gorilla At Large|
|Bride of the Gorilla|
|Kongo: The Littlest Gorilla|
|Gorilla the Conqueror|
Lisa got an A to her vocabulary test, so it is pasted on the fridge, along with all her other tests. What is Bart’s contribution to the fridge?
|a drawing of a cat|
|a drawing of a dog|
|a drawing of a pig|
|a drawing of Homer|
Bart hasn’t studied for his American History test, but Sherri and Terri are willing to provide all of the following answers except:
|the Pilgrims landed at sunny Acapulco|
|the name of the Pilgrims’ boat was the Spirit of St Louis|
|the Pilgrims made it through winter thanks to some friendly bears|
|the Pilgrims left England because of giant rats|
Crisis brings out the best in Simpson. The school nurse diagnoses Bart with what disease?
In exchange for Martin teaching Bart how to study, Bart gives Martin lessons on how not be a poindexter. However, Martin comes up with a mathematical formula explaining:
|the negative correlation between one’s vocabulary and one’s number of friends|
|how the potential for mischief varies inversely with one’s proximity to the authority figure|
|the complementary relationship between the magnitude of someone’s difference from the social norm, and their level of persecution|
|how the pride a young lad takes in his achievements is positively associated with the probability that he will suffer a wedgie|
Bart’s lessons continue. What prank does Martin play?
|pretending to vomit in the cafeteria|
|sneaking laxatives into the teacher’s lounge coffee pot|
|pushing another boy into the girl’s lavatory|
|applying super-glue to the toilet seats|
What is the last refuge of a scoundrel?
This episode marks the first time we hear Bart say:
|Eat my shorts!|
|I’m Bart Simpson. Who the hell are you?|
It’s Snow Day, the funnest day in the history of Springfield. Who are playing hockey?
|Grampa Simpson and Jasper|
|Moe and Barney|
|Principal Skinner and Mrs Krabappel|
|Mr Burns and Smithers|
At the First Continental Congress, what is John Hancock doing?
|inventing the sled|
|building a snow fort to defend against the hated British|
|putting snow down John Adams’ back|
|writing his name in the snow|
What applied knowledge does Bart demonstrate that gets him extra credit (and a passing grade of D-minus) on the history test?
|Braddock’s defeat at the Battle of the Monongahela|
|the failure of Washington’s embassy to the French in the Upper Ohio|
|the surrender of Fort Necessity to the French in 1754|
|the Battle at Jumonville Glen|