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Bart the Genius (First genuine episode) Maggie admires a block tower she built. | |

Bart the Genius A child offers to trade 1000 picoliters of milk for 4 gills. | |

Bart the Genius Teacher: So y = r^{3}/3 and if you determine the rate of change in this curve correctly, I think you will be pleasantly surprised. | |

Brush with Greatness Professor Lombardo, an art teacher: 'You learn to see everyday objects as a simple grouping of geometric shapes.' | |

Writer Mike Reiss when eight years old, wrote to Martin Gardner that a certain class of numbers in the form of p^2, where p is prime, tend to contain an odd number of digits. | |

Mike Reiss, in the same letter, asked Gardner if there was an infinite number of prime numbers. | |

Simple Simpson Homer portrays a superhero named Simple Simon, Your Friendly Neighborhood Pie Man. He appropriates a joke from Burns & Allen. | |

Bye, Bye, Nerdie Professor Frink is trying to quiet the attendees of the 12th Annual Big Science Thing. | |

Bye, Bye, Nerdie Lisa wonders why a bully attacks only nerds. | |

The Wizard of Evergreen Terrace Homer is determined to follow in Thomas Edison's footsteps. | |

The Wizard of Evergreen Terrace Homer has written on his blackboard an equation which predicts a mass of 775 GeV for a then hypothesized particle. | |

The Wizard of Evergreen Terrace Homer's blackboard also contains the equation OMEGA(t_{0}) > 1 which models the density of the universe. | |

The Wizard of Evergreen Terrace Homer's blackboard also has a doughnut transforming into a sphere, a mathematical impossibility that Homer effects by nibbling at the doughnut. | |

The Wizard of Evergreen Terrace Homer's blackboard also contains the following equation: 3987^{12} + 4365^{12} = 4472^{12}. | |

This Little Wiggy Robbie the Automaton: Have you ever wondered which of the Three Stooges had the heaviest brain? | |

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