According to this episode’s chalkboard gag, what Nobel Prize did Bart not win?
|Nobel Booger Prize|
|Nobel Prank Prize|
|Nobel Fart Prize|
|Nobel Armpit Prize|
The Squeaky-Voiced Teen advises Homer that they are not supposed to put butter on what?
|the milk duds|
|the Peanut M&Ms|
|the cotton candy|
The Poke of Zorro features all of the following literary characters, except:
|the Man in the Iron Mask|
|the Scarlet Pimpernel|
In The Poke of Zorro, James Earl Jones provides the voice of:
|Don Quixote’s ghost|
|the Queen of Swords|
Inspired by The Poke of Zorro, Homer starts challenging people who offend him to duels. Who is not challenged to a duel?
|a tollbooth attendant|
|Kirk Van Houten|
Homer’s duel-challenging is seen in montage, accompanied by a song sung by guest voice(s):
Homer’s challenge to a duel is accepted by a Southern gentleman who says “suh”. Where does this challenge take place?
Confronted when the Southern gentleman shows up at their house, Marge, Bart and Lisa smuggle Homer out of the house with what?
|a moldy old rug|
|a Christmas tree|
On the run, another Southern gentleman challenges Homer to a duel. Who?
The hayseeds at the seed store laugh at Homer the city-slicker pulling up in his fancy German car. Where was Homer’s car actually made?
Homer sprays his farm with plutonium, because if we learned one thing from "The Amazing Colossal Man" and "Grasshopperus," it's that radiation makes stuff grow real big, real fast. But why did Grasshopperus kill Chad Everett?
|because Grasshopperus was hungry|
|because Chad tried to reason with him|
|because Chad was threatening him with a glass jar|
|because that’s what grasshoppers do after mating|
What does Ralph Wiggum say tomacco tastes like?
|the drunk tank|
|the teacher’s lounge|
How much does Laramie Tobacco offer the Simpsons for the tomacco?
Nearly the entire world’s supply of tomacco has been eaten by farm animals, who have become crazed addicts in the process. What kind of animal attacks the Laramie executives, causing their helicopter to crash?
Marge manages to distract the Southern gentleman from his duel with Homer with her: