Fandom

Simpsons WIki

Mathlete's Feat/References

< Mathlete's Feat

18,744 articles being
edited here
Add New Page
Talk0 Share

Ad blocker interference detected!


Wikia is a free-to-use site that makes money from advertising. We have a modified experience for viewers using ad blockers

Wikia is not accessible if you’ve made further modifications. Remove the custom ad blocker rule(s) and the page will load as expected.

Episode
References
Gags
Appearances
Gallery
Quotes
Credits
Bull-E
Mathlete's Feat
Every Man's Dream

Trivia Edit

  • In the Rick and Morty couch gag, in the dimension Morty is in, there is a ship flying over Morty's head, which is actually the Planet Express Ship from Futurama and a soda machine that says Slurm on it (also Futurama). Kang and Kodos can be seen in the same scene.
  • In this episode, Lisa uses Superintendent Chalmers catchphrase (Skinneeeerr!!). Chalmers also uses it while referring to behavioral psychologist B.F. Skinner, who incidentally was also the namesake of the character.
  • Before the power goes out, one of the kids is watching a clip from the episode "The Bob Next Door", where Sideshow Bob, disguised as Walt Warren, had Walt's face peeled off by the waitress.
  • The Math joke is I ate some of pie.
  • In the Rick and Morty couch gag, the Simpsons turn into goo instead of having blood everywhere.
  • This episode, along with Lisa the Simpson shows that Bart is better than Lisa in solving mathematic and geometric puzzles.
  • Things that Rick stole from the Simpsons house in the Couch Gag:

Cultural references Edit

  • The episode name is a reference to the fungal skin infection athlete's foot.
  • The episode Nelson watches is a reference to Game of Thrones and the channel, BHO, is a convient reference to HBO.
  • The music played during the scene that shows the new technology in the school is Year 3000 by Busted.
  • Other music that plays during the episode is Beethoven's 9th Symphony.
  • In the Anti-Gutenberg 3000 Machine that appears in this episode, the temperature display reads 451°F. This is a reference to Ray Bradbury's 1953 novel Fahrenheit 451 which is about a dystopian future where all books are burned, along with the houses they are kept in.

GoofsEdit

  • In one scene, Martin's sandals are black.
Homer-doh D'oh! This article is a stub. You can help the wiki by embiggening it.
Season 25 Season 26 References/Trivia Season 27
Clown in the DumpsThe Wreck of the RelationshipSuper Franchise MeTreehouse of Horror XXVOpposites A-FrackSimpsoramaBlazed and ConfusedCovercraftI Won't Be Home for ChristmasThe Man Who Came to Be DinnerBart's New FriendThe Musk Who Fell To EarthWalking Big & TallMy Fare LadyThe Princess GuideSky PoliceWaiting for DuffmanPeeping MomThe Kids Are All FightLet's Go Fly a CootBull-EMathlete's Feat

Also on Fandom

Random Wiki