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From: raymondc@microsoft.com (Raymond Chen) Date: 15 Mar 93 21:30:37 GMT Newsgroups: alt.tv.simpsons Subject: [numnum] Homer's Mmmmm...s and other misc stuff Assorted lists and quizzes =============================================================================== [$Id: numnum 1.1 93/03/15 01:18:47 raymond Exp Locker: raymond $] =============================================================================== > Num Num =============================================================================== Match the following lines to the appropriate episode. % Mmm... Barbecue % Mmm... Beer % Mmm... Burger % Mmm... Chocolate % Mmm... Chocolate % Mmm... Chocolate (thrice) % Mmm... Crumbled-up cookie things % Mmm... Donuts % Mmm... Duff beer % Mmm... Fattening % Mmm... Grapefruit % Mmm... Hog fat % Mmm... Horse doovers % Mmm... Macamadamia nuts % Mmm... Marshmallows % Mmm... Money % Mmm... Organized crime % Mmm... Pancakes % Mmm... Pancakes % Mmm... Potato chips % Mmm... Purple % Mmm... Salty % Mmm... Shrimp % Mmm... Snouts % Mmm... Soylent Green % Mmm... Spaghetti % Mmm... Sprinkles % Mmm... Strained peas % Mmm... The land of chocolate Barbecue: When Flanders Failed [7f23] Homer watches the Flanderses' cookout. Beer: Lisa's Pony [8f06] Homer is about to buy Lisa's reed but sees Moe's Tavern. Burger: Itchy and Scratchy: The Movie [9f03] Homer thinks of Warren Burger. Chocolate: [?] Homer is strangling Bart but is distracted by a donut. Chocolate: Krusty Gets Busted [7g12] Homer buys ice cream at the Kwik-E-Mart. Chocolate (thrice): Radio Bart [8f11] Homer is about to dig into some Neopolitan ice cream. Crumbled-up cookie things: Lisa the Greek [8f12] Homer imagines ice cream with all the fixin's. Donuts: Homer at the Bat [8f13] Homer sees donuts being delivered. Duff beer: Dan Castellaneta interview [KROQ 1993-Mar-02] Phone answering message. Fattening: Homer the Heretic [9f01] Homer enjoys an out-of-this-world moon waffle. Grapefruit: Brother from the Same Planet [9f12] Bart shoves a grapefruit in Homer's face. Hog fat: Lisa's First Words [9f08] Homer learns of the factory next door. Horse doovers: War of the Simpsons [7f20] Homer admires Marge's party snacks. Macamadamia nuts: Bart's Dog Gets an F [7f14] Homer tries a free sample cookie. Marshmallows: There's No Disgrace Like Home [7g04] Homer admires the picnic gelatin dessert. Money: Mr. Lisa Goes to Washington [8f01] Homer drools on the money printing press. Organized crime: Last Exit to Springfield [8f15] Homer considers life as a union boss. Pancakes: Blood Feud [7f22] Homer has pancakes for breakfast. Pancakes: Stark Raving Dad [7f24] Homer has pancakes for breakfast at the asylum. Potato chips: Homer at the Bat [8f13] Homer imagines chowing down on chips. Purple: Homer Defined [8f04] Homer enjoys a donut at work. Salty: Lisa's Pony [8f06] Homer swipes a beef jerky from the Kwik-E-Mart. Shrimp: New Kid on the Block [9F06] Homer reacts to Marge's thinking that she's allergic to shrimp. Snouts: Dog of Death [8f17] Homer learns what goes into dog food. Soylent Green: Itchy and Scratchy: The Movie [9f03] Homer hears someone ordering a Soylent Green. Spaghetti: Treehouse of Horror II [8f02] Lisa reminds Homer of the school all-you-can-eat dinner. Sprinkles: Treehouse of Horror II [8f02] Robo-Homer enjoys a donut. Strained peas: Homer Alone [8f14] Homer enjoys Maggie's food. The land of chocolate: Burns Verkaufen der Kraftwerk [8f09] Homer dwells on the phrase. =============================================================================== > Counting Digits =============================================================================== [7G07] Jimbo, Kerny, and Dolph teach Bart about the ``five finger discount''. [7F08] Homer and Ned have been neighbors for eight (4+4) years. [7F16] Persephone ate six (4+2) pomegranates. [7F15] ``Grease Joe's Bottomless Barbecue... Pit.'' Five (4+1) words. [8F10] ``As long as he's got eight fingers and eight toes...'' [UFA] ``Four toes on each foot, four fingers on each hand.'' [8F22] ``Five fingers? Ewwwww! Freak show!'' =============================================================================== > Marge the Mother =============================================================================== [7G09] Shouldn't we stop somewhere and ask for directions? [7F23] Bart, don't use the Touch of Death on your sister. [7F12] Anyone who beats you up for wearing a shirt isn't your friend. [8F13] And the man wants to hit the ball, too... And he does! [8F14] When you grow up, you can suck your pacifier all you want. [8F15] Honey, if that's what you want, we'll do anything we can to help. [8F16] How was detention today, dear? [8F21] I hope the Spinal Taps [sic] don't play too loud. =============================================================================== > Homer's lustful `Ohhhhhhhh's =============================================================================== [7G01] When Marge comes out in her blue thing with the things. [7F20] When he looks down Maude's dress. [8F01] When he thinks he's won $1 million. [8F11] Watching the dancing show. [8F22] Thinking of the Good Morning Burger. [9F06] Thinking of makin' bacon on the beach. =============================================================================== > The perfect crime =============================================================================== [7f12] (my memory fails me here) [7f20] Catching and cooking General Sherman. [8f06] Taking a second job to pay for Lisa's pony. [advt] Stealing Bart's Butterfinger candy bar in the middle of the night. =============================================================================== > Burns' historical references =============================================================================== [7G03] ``I haven't seen anything like it since Jolson.'' [7F02] ``I was watching the DuMont last night...'' [7F05] Burns compares himself to Satchel Page. [7F13] ``I once watched Gentleman Jim Corbett fight an Eskimo fellow...'' [7F22] ``Well, Countess von Zeppelin and I...'' [8F13] Burns' team of ringers [9F05] ``Do you think you could dig up Al Jolson?'' =============================================================================== > Homer's bonehead antics =============================================================================== [8f07] Puts a lit welding torch next to a canister of gasoline. [8f09] Trying to unjam the toaster with a knife. [8f12] Homer's near-aneurysm. [8f13] Sheltering himself with a piece of metal and taking cover under the tallest tree he could find during a thunderstorm. =============================================================================== > Masturbation references =============================================================================== Flying over the head of every ten-year-old in the country. [7F17] ``I will not grease the monkey (bars).'' [8F09] ``Whack the Weasel'' game [8F16] ``A little something I call `Plucking the Pickle'.'' ``All of us pull a few `boners' now and then.'' [8F20] ``I'd have choked you like a chicken...'' =============================================================================== > Principal Spooner's, uh, Skinner's slips-of-the-tongue =============================================================================== [7G08] ``The fourth grade will now favor us with a melody... err... medley (hee hee) of holiday flavorites.'' [7F06] ``Tonight, Sherbert's, oops, heh heh, Schubert's Unfinished Symphony.'' [8F06] ``Let's all enjoy Lisa Simpson's rendition of Stormy Leather, uh, Weather.'' [8F22] He introduces ``Samantha Stinky''. She correct him, ``Stanky.'' =============================================================================== > Getting the last word =============================================================================== Another quiz. The last line. % 1. Ach! I told ya ye'd be back! % 2. After... I... catch... my... breath... can... we... go... home? % 3. Amen to that! % 4. Amen! % 5. And I never have. % 6. And I'm proud of you today. % 7. Come on in. Dignity's on me, friends. % 8. D'oh! % 9. Daddy. % 10. Followed by extended periods of gettin' it on. % 11. From this day forward, I vow to live life to its fullest! % 12. Get ready for two weeks at the happiest place on Earth, Tijuana! % 13. Had a shock of hair, red like the fires of Hell. % 14. Hail to the bus driver. Bus driver man. % 15. Hey, no sharing! % 16. Hey, you did it! % 17. Ho-mer! Ho-mer! Ho-mer! Ho-mer! Ho-mer! Ho-mer! % 18. I do. % 19. I don't care! % 20. I doubt it. % 21. I dunno. They just do. % 22. I guess he'll be happy when he comes to. % 23. I thought I . % 24. I was waiting for someone to say that. % 25. I won't be back for ten minutes! % 26. I'm on the biggest roll of my life. % 27. I'm the sa-addest kid in grade number two. % 28. It's a date. % 29. Ivana Tinkle! % 30. Lis, you taught me to stand up for what I believe in. % 31. My brilliant beast. % 32. Now let's get out of this gas-filled hallway before we all suffocate. % 33. Now let's go whip donuts at old people. % 34. Now let's try and get a little shut-eye, okay? % 35. Number eight. I mean, Santa's Little Helper. % 36. Nyeah nyeah nyeah-nyeah nyeah! % 37. Oh my God, he's enjoying it! % 38. Oh, Homer! We love you! % 39. Oh, I hate Hallowe'en. % 40. Oh, I hate having two heads. % 41. Oh, my goodness! % 42. Only sick people wanna see my folks kiss. % 43. Our dad. Now he belongs to the ages. % 44. Part of this D- belongs to God. % 45. Peace, man. % 46. Put on a happy face! % 47. Soundin' good, Lis! % 48. Thaht should dew it! % 49. Thanks, Bart. % 50. The feeling is more than mutual, sir. % 51. The meaning of life is... % 52. There goes the best damned employee a convenience store ever had. % 53. Third time's a charm. % 54. Try raising my kids. % 55. We haven't seen each other in 25 years! % 56. Well, isn't that nice. % 57. Well, maybe just a little. % 58. Well, the world is safe again... but... for how long? % 59. What's the point? % 60. Woo hoo! I got my job back! % 61. Ya hear that, Marge? My boy speaks French! % 62. Yeah. % 63. Yes! % 64. You are so beautiful to me. % 65. You know who the real crooks are? Those sleazy Hollywood producers! % 66. You son of a bitch! Good show! % Answers: % % 1. Groundskeeper Willie, ``Principal Charming'' % 2. Homer climbs Mt. Springfield, ``Lisa the Greek'' % 3. Homer, ``Blood Feud'' % 4. The entire family, ``Bart vs. Thanksgiving'' % 5. Homer, ``The Way We Was'' % 6. Leon Kompowski, ``Stark Raving Dad'' % 7. ``Old Money'' % 8. Homer, ``Bart the Genius'' % 9. Maggie, ``Lisa's First Words'' % 10. Homer, ``Mr. Plow'' % 11. Homer, ``One First, Two Fish, Blow Fish, Blue Fish'' % 12. Krusty, ``Kamp Krusty'' % 13. Shopkeeper, ``War of the Simpsons'' % 14. Principal Skinner, ``Otto Show'' % 15. Moe, ``Bart Gets Hit by a Car'' % 16. Homer, ``Two Cars in Every Garage, Three Eyes on Every Fish'' % 17. Adoring crowd, ``Homer's Odyssey'' % 18. Marge, ``Colonel Homer'' % 19. Kent Brockman, ``Lisa the Beauty Queen'' % 20. Moe, on whether Aerosmith will be in, ``Flaming Moe's'' % 21. Moe, ``Dancin' Homer'' % 22. Marge, ``Homer at the Bat'' % 23. Marge, ``Brush with Greatness'' % 24. Homer, ``Oh Brother, Where Art Thou?'' % 25. Homer, ``Jacques to be Wild'' % 26. Homer, ``Lisa's Substitute'' % 27. Bleedin' Gums Murphy, ``Moaning Lisa'' % 28. Bart, ``Bart the Lover'' % 29. Moe, ``New Kid on the Block'' % 30. Bart, ``Mr. Lisa Goes to Washington'' % 31. Marge, ``Call of the Simpsons'' % 32. Bart, ``Black Widower'' % 33. Bart, ``Bart's Friend Falls in Love'' % 34. Bart, ``Homer Alone'' % 35. Homer, ``Simpsons Roasting on an Open Fire'' % 36. Homer and Bart, ``Saturdays of Thunder'' % 37. Homer, ``Dead Putting Society'' % 38. Marge, ``There's No Disgrace Like Home'' % 39. Homer, ``Treehouse of Horror'' % 40. Homer, ``Treehouse of Horror II'' % 41. Marge, ``Some Enchanted Evening'' % 42. Bart, ``Homer's Night Out'' % 43. Lisa, ``Homer Defined'' % 44. Bart, ``Bart Gets an F'' % 45. Bart, ``Bart the General'' % 46. The Flanderses and the Simpsons, ``When Flanders Failed'' % 47. Bart, ``Separate Vocations'' % 48. Groundskeeper Willie hammers in a caution sign, ``Radio Bart'' % 49. Krusty, ``Krusty Gets Busted'' % 50. Smithers, ``The Telltale Head'' % 51. God, ``Homer the Heretic'' % 52. Apu, ``Lisa's Pony'' % 53. Homer, ``Homer vs. Lisa and the Eighth Commandment'' % 54. Homer, ``Bart the Daredevil'' % 55. Krusty, ``Like Father, Like Clown'' % 56. Marge, ``Itchy and Scratchy and Marge'' % 57. Marge, ``A Streetcar Named Marge'' % 58. Radioactive Man, ``Three Men and a Comic Book'' % 59. Homer, ``Dog of Death'' % 60. Homer, ``Burns Verkaufen der Kraftwerk'' % 61. Homer, ``The Crepes of Wrath'' % 62. Chief Justice Bart, ``Itchy and Scratchy: The Movie'' % 63. Marge celebrates not being pregnant, ``I Married Marge'' % 64. Marge to Homer, ``Simpson and Deliliah'' % 65. Homer, ``Bart the Murderer'' % 66. Miss Winthrop, ``Bart's Dog Gets an F'' Oh, my goodness! 7g01 -- Marge, ``Some Enchanted Evening'' D'oh! 7g02 -- Homer, ``Bart the Genius'' Ho-mer! Ho-mer! Ho-mer! Ho-mer! Ho-mer! Ho-mer! 7g03 -- Adoring crowd, ``Homer's Odyssey'' Oh, Homer! We love you! 7g04 -- Marge, ``There's No Disgrace Like Home'' Peace, man. 7g05 -- Bart, ``Bart the General'' I'm the sa-addest kid in grade number two. 7g06 -- Bleedin' Gums Murphy, ``Moaning Lisa'' The feeling is more than mutual, sir. 7g07 -- Smithers, ``The Telltale Head'' Number eight. I mean, Santa's Little Helper. 7g08 -- Homer, ``Simpsons Roasting on an Open Fire'' My brilliant beast. 7g09 -- Marge, ``Call of the Simpsons'' Only sick people wanna see my folks kiss. 7g10 -- Bart, ``Homer's Night Out'' I won't be back for ten minutes! 7g11 -- Homer, ``Jacques to be Wild'' Thanks, Bart. 7g12 -- Krusty, ``Krusty Gets Busted'' Ya hear that, Marge? My boy speaks French! 7g13 -- Homer, ``The Crepes of Wrath'' Hey, you did it! 7f01 -- Homer, ``Two Cars in Every Garage, Three Eyes on Every Fish'' You are so beautiful to me. 7f02 -- Marge to Homer, ``Simpson and Deliliah'' Part of this D- belongs to God. 7f03 -- Bart, ``Bart Gets an F'' Oh, I hate Hallowe'en. 7f04 -- Homer, ``Treehouse of Horror'' I dunno. They just do. 7f05 -- Moe, ``Dancin' Homer'' Try raising my kids. 7f06 -- Homer, ``Bart the Daredevil'' Amen! 7f07 -- The entire family, ``Bart vs. Thanksgiving'' Oh my God, he's enjoying it! 7f08 -- Homer, ``Dead Putting Society'' Well, isn't that nice. 7f09 -- Marge, ``Itchy and Scratchy and Marge'' Hey, no sharing! 7f10 -- Moe, ``Bart Gets Hit by a Car'' From this day forward, I vow to live life to its fullest! 7f11 -- Homer, ``One First, Two Fish, Blow Fish, Blue Fish'' And I never have. 7f12 -- Homer, ``The Way We Was'' Third time's a charm. 7f13 -- Homer, ``Homer vs. Lisa and the Eighth Commandment'' You son of a bitch! Good show! 7f14 -- Miss Winthrop, ``Bart's Dog Gets an F'' Ach! I told ya ye'd be back! 7f15 -- Groundskeeper Willie, ``Principal Charming'' I was waiting for someone to say that. 7f16 -- Homer, ``Oh Brother, Where Art Thou?'' Come on in. Dignity's on me, friends. 7f17 -- ``Old Money'' I thought I . 7f18 -- Marge, ``Brush with Greatness'' I'm on the biggest roll of my life. 7f19 -- Homer, ``Lisa's Substitute'' Had a shock of hair, red like the fires of Hell. 7f20 -- Shopkeeper, ``War of the Simpsons'' Well, the world is safe again... but... for how long? 7f21 -- Radioactive Man, ``Three Men and a Comic Book'' Amen to that! 7f22 -- Homer, ``Blood Feud'' Put on a happy face! 7f23 -- The Flanderses and the Simpsons, ``When Flanders Failed'' And I'm proud of you today. 7f24 -- Leon Kompowski, ``Stark Raving Dad'' Lis, you taught me to stand up for what I believe in. 8f01 -- Bart, ``Mr. Lisa Goes to Washington'' Oh, I hate having two heads. 8f02 -- Homer, ``Treehouse of Horror II'' You know who the real crooks are? Those sleazy Hollywood producers! 8f03 -- Homer, ``Bart the Murderer'' Our dad. Now he belongs to the ages. 8f04 -- Lisa, ``Homer Defined'' We haven't seen each other in 25 years! 8f05 -- Krusty, ``Like Father, Like Clown'' There goes the best damned employee a convenience store ever had. 8f06 -- Apu, ``Lisa's Pony'' Nyeah nyeah nyeah-nyeah nyeah! 8f07 -- Homer and Bart, ``Saturdays of Thunder'' I doubt it. 8f08 -- Moe, on whether Aerosmith will be in, ``Flaming Moe's'' Woo hoo! I got my job back! 8f09 -- Homer, ``Burns Verkaufen der Kraftwerk'' Yes! 8f10 -- Marge celebrates not being pregnant, ``I Married Marge'' Thaht should dew it! 8f11 -- Groundskeeper Willie hammers in a caution sign, ``Radio Bart'' After... I... catch... my... breath... can... we... go... home? 8f12 -- Homer climbs Mt. Springfield, ``Lisa the Greek'' I guess he'll be happy when he comes to. 8f13 -- Marge, ``Homer at the Bat'' Now let's try and get a little shut-eye, okay? 8f14 -- Bart, ``Homer Alone'' Soundin' good, Lis! 8f15 -- Bart, ``Separate Vocations'' It's a date. 8f16 -- Bart, ``Bart the Lover'' What's the point? 8f17 -- Homer, ``Dog of Death'' Well, maybe just a little. 8f18 -- Marge, ``A Streetcar Named Marge'' I do. 8f19 -- Marge, ``Colonel Homer'' Now let's get out of this gas-filled hallway before we all suffocate. 8f20 -- Bart, ``Black Widower'' Hail to the bus driver. Bus driver man. 8f21 -- Principal Skinner, ``Otto Show'' Now let's go whip donuts at old people. 8f22 -- Bart, ``Bart's Friend Falls in Love'' Get ready for two weeks at the happiest place on Earth, Tijuana! 8f24 -- Krusty, ``Kamp Krusty'' The meaning of life is... 9f01 -- God, ``Homer the Heretic'' I don't care! 9f02 -- Kent Brockman, ``Lisa the Beauty Queen'' Yeah. 9f03 -- Chief Justice Bart, ``Itchy and Scratchy: The Movie'' Ivana Tinkle! 9f06 -- Moe, ``New Kid on the Block'' Followed by extended periods of gettin' it on. 9f07 -- Homer, ``Mr. Plow'' Daddy. 9f08 -- Maggie, ``Lisa's First Words'' =============================================================================== The perl script starts here. Execute as "perl -x $0" #!perl $"=""; unlink("$0.old"); rename("$0", "$0.old") || die "Can't rename ($!)"; open(I, "$0.old") || die "Can't open $0.old ($!)"; open(STDOUT, ">$0") || die "Can't write $0 ($!)"; sub skipglop { # Blip to and delete next %-group, incl. the line that follows print while ($_ = ) && !/^%/; 0 while =~ /^[%\f]/; } # The ``Mmmmm...'' quiz. &skipglop; @o = (); push(@o, $_.), print "% Mmm... $`\n" while ($_ = ) =~ /:/; print "\f\n\n@o\n"; # The ``Last line'' quiz. &skipglop; @o = (); push(@o, $_ . ) while ($_ = ) !~ /^$/; # collect $n = 1; @a = (); foreach (sort @o) { # build/emit questions /\n.... -- /; printf "%% %2d. %s\n", $n, $`; push(@a, sprintf("%% %2d. %s", $n, $')); ++$n; } print "\f\n% Answers:\n%\n@a\n@o\n"; # emit answers and source &skipglop;

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