Episode: Intro | Answer |

The Mook, the Chef, the Wife, and her Homer Fat Tony hands his son his math book: Michael, my son, here is your book - and never forget, the divisor goes into the dividend. | |

Mountain of Madness Smithers: [sighs] All right, you can come. What time is it? Bart: 12:80. No wait. Wait. Wh-what comes after 12? | |

Bart the Genius Freeze-frame gag. | |

Colonel Homer Freeze-frame gag. | |

MoneyBART Freeze-frame gag. | |

The Fight Before Christmas Freeze-frame gag. | |

Marge in Chains Apu's memory is questioned in court, and he responds that he can recite pi to forty thousand places. And he averred that the last digit was 1. | |

Lisa's Sax Homer and Marge consider sending Lisa to Miss Tillingham's School for Snotty Girls and Mama's Boys. | |

Homer^{3} Honoring 'Little Girl Lost' (Twilight Zone), Homer passes through a portal, slips into a third-dimensional world. | |

Homer^{3} In the three-dimensional world, an apparently random series of numbers and letters float past Homer: 46 72 69 6E 6B 20 72 75 6C 65 73 21. | |

Homer^{3} Reusing a gag they had already used, an erroneous equation appears: 1782^{12} + 1841^{12} = 1922^{12}. | |

Homer^{3} The five-minute three-dimensional portion of the episode was cutting edge in its time and cost more to produce than an entire regular episode. | |

Homer^{3} As the 3-dimensional universe fades, one sees a few mathematical formulas, including N = NP. | |

Not from the show; deserves mention A higher proportion of Republicans than Democrats voted for the Civil Rights Act of 1964. | |

Not from the show; deserves mention
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