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More Bongos That Time Forgot
The Geek Shall Inherit the Earth
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The Geek Shall Inherit the Earth is a comic story in Simpsons Comics 36. After being thrown out of the university, Doug, Gary and Benjamin move to the Simpsons house and create a video game that makes them earn a lot of money.

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The dean of the university (dressed as God for a costume contest) throws Doug, Gary and Benjamin out because they had already graduated last year. They can't go to the Natural History Museum, nor the Kwik-E-Mart, nor the public library, but find a place at The Android's Dungeon. During a convention there, some nerds mistake Gerald for Urkel and chase him. They hide in Homer's car, but he forgets them and releases them one week later.

He allows them to live in the Simpsons' house. They place their computers at the basement and spend all day there, while Bart studies them to give Nelson information about nerds. They are creating a violent video game in which the playable character resembles Homer (he looks like him and can strangle enemies). Bart accidentally sends the video game all over the internet, but people loves it like that and it soon becomes a huge success. The nerds have hired Lionel Hutz to invest their money on some projects. Doug has an interview with Troy McClure and, after showing him his mansion, he tells him he wants to produce the best sci-fiction movie ever. At the power plant, Mr. Burns tells Gary he wants to invest his money on a computer. Professor Frink tells Benjamin he wants the money to make a comestible car. Meanwhile, at Moe's Tavern, a man who has tied Moe under the floor tries to convince Homer to sell him the nerds company. Troy's and Doug's movie is premièring at the Aztec Theater, but everyone hates it because it doesn't have sound and the spaceship Troy and his companion is on is too slow. According to Doug as he explained to Troy, there is no sound in space, and that it is impossible to travel at the speed of light without causing a black hole. To Troy, when he replied And speaking of black hole, it was discovered that everyone had left for seeing this to be a failure, except for the Comic Book Guy, who praised it for being a triumph to how realistic it should be. Professor Frink's and Benjamin's car now has a windshield that makes people look 500 times more good-looking. However, Frink's calculations don't seem to make sense, and that's because his sciense is based on faith and not physical laws, so the laboratory is destroyed. Mr. Burns' and Gary's computer is ruined too when Mr. Burns touches it and short-circuits it because of his radiation. At Moe's Tavern, Homer goes to the bathroom, and when he comes back, he discovers Barney sold the company to that man.

The nerds company is over, but at least they go back to the university and bought a triple-creamed Krusty cookie for Homer with what was left of the money.

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Simpsons Comics Stories 51-100
Simpsons Comics
The Unbearable Lightness of Barney | Diner Violations | They Fixed Homer's Brain! | Tales of the Briny Deep. Captain McCallister in: Down the Hatches, Boys! | Krustonia | Flanders' Big Score Let's Get Ready to Rumble! | Maggie Simpson: Bringing Down Baby | Smitherses! | Bart and Milhouse: Bore Us-The Movie-Gruel | Radioactive Homer | The Official Bongo Comics Convention Survival Guide | Rhymes and Misdemeanors | The Bongos That Time Forgot | The Great Springfield Frink-Out | Tiger Teen! | Burnsie on Board | The Simpsons Supporters Suggestion Spin Cycle | To Live and Diaper in Springfield | More Bongos That Time Forgot | The Geek Shall Inherit the Earth | Radioactive Man 160: The Heroic Life and Mortifying Death of Radioactive Man, Chapter 1 | The Absent Minded Protester | Radioactive Man 160: The Heroic Life and Mortifying Death of Radioactive Man, Chapter 2 | Dullards to Donuts | Radioactive Man 160: The Heroic Life and Mortifying Death of Radioactive Man, Chapter 3 | Sense and Censorability | Radioactive Man 160: The Heroic Life and Mortifying Death of Radioactive Man, Chapter 4 | Sideshow Simpsons| The Incredible Edible Exploits of Lard Lad: In Search of the Lost Donut Holes | Bart Simpson and the Krusty Brand Fun Factory | The Day the Nagging Stopped | The Homer Show | Classics Illustrated: Slobberwacky | Journey to the Cellar of the Kwik-E-Mart | Poochie! The Prime of Miss Lisa Simpson | Bartman: Identity Crisis | Hamburger's Little Helper | Mr. Sparkle: Destroy All Manga! | Angels With Yellow Faces | Picture Perfect | The Rise and Fall of Bartholomew J. Simpson | It's a Wonderful Slice | Where Has All The Flour Gone? | Tic-Tac-D'oh! | The Official Cockamamie's Mail Order Cult-alog of Cool Pop-Cultural Collectibles | Maggie Come Home | Lisa Simpson, Storeroom Raider | Wall or Nothing

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