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John (voiced by guest star John Waters) mentions the name in the episode "Homer's Phobia". Nick suggests that it be combined with assal horizontology.Presumably, he means lying down - or more likely, sitting on your ass in an almost horizontal position.An element on a highly inaccurate Periodic Table at Springfield Elementary.Due to their inability to afford an accurate Table, they have to make do with a promotional one from Oscar Mayer, which advertises their product in the information.This does not include names of characters, locations, or products. In "Much Apu About Nothing," Kearney believes that his fake "Charles Norwood" ID will confirm this for him, thus allowing him to buy beer and cheap cigars.Marge's pronunciation of "alcohol" in "There's No Disgrace Like Home" and "The War of the Simpsons".The atomic weight of Bolognium is known to be either "delicious" or "snacktacular".The real element in that space in the periodic table is Molybdenum and the atomic weight is 95.95.
Smithers, ever the yes-man, replies that they are saying "boo-urns" (i.e. When Burns asks for clarification, the crowd replies that they are indeed saying "boo", and not "boo-urns".The name is presumably derived from Polonium, element 84. Nick Riviera that is described as "a terrible condition where the skeleton tries to leap out of the mouth and escape the body" in "22 Short Films About Springfield".The term came to be when a frantic Abe Simpson demanded to see a quack.Burns in "Last Exit to Springfield" for a song parodying Dr.Seuss's "The Grinch": "Look at them all, through the darkness I'm bringing They're not sad at all. They sing without juicers They sing without blenders They sing without flungers, capdabblers and mendlers!