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Marge and Homer Turn a Couple Play At the ballpark, the Jumbo-Vision asks to guess the attendance through a multiple choice question. | |

Marge and Homer Turn a Couple Play At the ballpark, the Jumbo-Vision asks to guess the attendance through a multiple choice question. | |

Marge and Homer Turn a Couple Play At the ballpark, the Jumbo-Vision asks to guess the attendance through a multiple choice question. | |

Old Yeller Belly Barry 'Duffman' Duffman is teaching Adult Mathematics at the Springfield Men's Mission. | |

The Front Bart and Lisa play rock-paper-scissors in order to determine whose name will go first on an Itchy and Scratchy show they co-authored. | |

Postcards from the Wedge Bart says he would end all life on earth to avoid fractions. Lisa tells him they are easy, you just have a common denominator. | |

Dead Putting Society Homer is in a 'Fraid not!' 'Fraid so!' battle with Ned. Homer tries to end it with 'Fraid not infinity!' | |

The Math Club In 2002 the several Simpson's writers started a Math Club. The first talk was given by writer J. Stewart Burns. | |

The Math Club They often had guest speakers. One such speaker had authored more than two dozen papers with Paul Erdős, and popularized Erdős numbers. | |

The Math Club The Twisted World of Marge Simpson This famous problem was the topic of an episode, and a talk given by writer David S. Cohen, who had studied it at Harvard. | |

The Twisted World of Marge Simpson Disco Stu points to a chart for the years 1973-1976. | |

The PTA Disbands Lisa attempts to build a perpetual motion machine. | |

They Saved Lisa's Brain Stephen Hawking chats with Homer in Moe's. | |

HOMR (with backwards R) Homer uses calculus to prove that God does not exist. Flanders sets the proof on fire. | |

How I Learned to Stop Worrying and Love Legalized Gambling Homer fishes out a pair of glasses Henry Kissinger had dropped in a toilet, and appears to become brilliant. | |

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