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The Simpsons is loved by many for its witty jokes and slapstick comedy—not to mention its incredible guest stars in many episodes. They are funny, well-drawn, thought-provoking, or just plain entertaining.

But if you’re reading this, you probably know everything about the Simpsons, right?

How to play The Simpsons Trivia Game

Playing a trivia game can be played either alone or with a big group of people. It’s a great game to play if you’re looking to break the ice as well! So why not give it a try?

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If you’re looking for something to pass the time, taking a quiz is one of the best things to do. You get to learn new things and challenge yourself while doing so!

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We’ll be giving you some questions along with multiple choices for answers. Read the questions, choose from the multiple choices provided, then click on ”Show Answer” to reveal the correct answer.

Try keeping track of how many questions you got correct, who knows, were you able to perfect this quiz?

Playing in teams

The first thing to do here is to assign someone as the game master. Afterward, split everyone into 2 teams.

If the group is too big, split them into more teams and then play round robin.

The game master then reads the questions and the multiple choice answers given, and the first team to get the game master’s attention gets a minute or so to answer.

If they are right, they get the point. Otherwise, the other team gets a chance to steal but only at half the time, the first time was initially given.

The team with the most points at the very end of the game wins!

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The Simpsons Trivia Questions

Try and challenge yourself with these The Simpsons trivia questions! Or maybe if you’re not that big of a fan, just give it a try! You might learn a thing or two. We know you’ve been itching to get to this part, so here we go! Here are some trivia questions to The Simpsons:

1. What year did The Simpsons debut?

  • 1904
  • 1945
  • 1989
  • 1993
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It was on December 17, in fact. The first episode had a 30-minute running time.

2. Who is known to say “ha-ha!” on The Simpsons?

  • Bart Simpson
  • Nelson Muntz
  • Sideshow Bob
  • Milhouse Van Houten
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Nelson Muntz

This is his favorite thing to say while beating up his schoolmates.

3. What is Bart’s full name?

  • Bartholomew
  • Bartalan
  • Bartemius
  • Bartimore
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Bartholomew Jojo Simpson, to be precise!

4. Who is the vegetarian in the Simpsons?

  • Bart
  • Marge
  • Homer
  • Lisa
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In episode 05 of Season 07, “Lisa the Vegetarian,” Lisa decided to become a vegetarian after bonding with a lamb at a petting zoo. She was ridiculed by almost everyone she knows, except for Apu, Paul McCartney, and Linda McCartney

5. What did Bart ask for Christmas in “Simpsons Roasting on an Open Fire?”

  • Gun
  • Tattoo
  • Nunchucks
  • Car
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He was supposed to get the words “Mother” written on it, but because he got caught by Marge, he ended up with just “moth” The family ended up spending their Christmas savings to have it removed.

6. What word does Bart make up to win Scrabble?

  • Kwyjibo
  • Glochar
  • Belzibu
  • Kurgiba
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It was in Season 01 Episode 02, titled “Bart the Genius” when the whole family plays Scrabble for game night. Bart ended up cheating and making the word “Kwyjibo” which gave him his win.

7. Marge has twin sisters. What are their names?

  • Priscilla and Selma
  • Patricia and Sabrina
  • Patrice and Samantha
  • Patty and Selma
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Patty and Selma

The twins first appeared in the very first Simpsons’ episode, “Simpsons Roasting on an Open Fire.” Patty, Selma, and Marge are all voiced by Julie Kavner

8. How many cats have the Simpsons had?

  • 3
  • 5
  • 7
  • 10
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Even though Snowball V was often called and referred to as the “new and improved Snowball II”

9. How many times has Krusty been married?

  • 3
  • 8
  • 10
  • 15
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He normally got married to his sideshows.

10. Who shot Mr. Burns?

  • Bart
  • Maggie
  • Nelson Muntz
  • Homer
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Lesson learned, don’t try and steal Maggie’s lollipop!

11. What was Bart’s first line on The Simpsons?

  • “Homer!”
  • “Ay caramba!”
  • “Hey, mom!”
  • “Eat my shorts!”
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“Ay Caramba!”

This is weird because Maggie’s first word was “Daddy” while Lisa’s was “Bart.” Basically, Bart is just weird.

12. What is Lisa’s IQ?

  • 116
  • 143
  • 159
  • 198
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Her intelligence first became evident when she changed her own diaper as an infant.

13. How many children do Apu and Manula have?

  • 2
  • 3
  • 4
  • 8
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They are Octuplets!

14. Which one of these characters has eyebrows?

  • Milhouse Van Houten
  • Apu Nahasapeemapetilon
  • Ned Flander
  • Ralph Wiggum
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Milhouse Van Houten

Milhouse is one of the very few people in Springfield that has eyebrows, which his parents also have. Although there was one episode that his mother wore false eyebrows.

15. Which character often appears as the devil?

  • Milhouse Van Houten
  • Mr. Burns
  • Ned Flanders
  • Maggie Simpson
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Ned Flanders

Flanders the Devil first appeared in Season 05, Episode 05 in “Treehouse of Horror IV”

BONUS: The Simpsons Trivia Facts

Enough about the challenge, here are some interesting facts about The Simpsons that you may or may not have known about!

1. Homer actually came close to finding the Higgs Boson.

In the episode “The Wizard of Evergreen Terrace” in season 10, Homer wrote a certain equation on the chalkboard. The results of one of those formulae are 777 GeV (gigaelectronvolts) and are pretty close to the actual mass of the Higgs Boson, which is 125 GeV.

2. Nancy Cartwright (voice of Bart Simpson) is the honorary mayor in her LA neighborhood.

In 2005, Nancy Cartwright, resident of Northridge California, was given the honorary mayorship of Northridge California.

3. The Simpsons made pretty accurate predictions.

For example, in Season 05’s episode “$pringfield (Or, How I Learned to Stop Worrying and Love Legalized Gambling),” two magicians (with a prominent German accent) are attacked by their white tiger. These two were clear parodies of Siegfried and Roy, a Las Vegas act. Ten years later, a white tiger attacked Roy during their performance.

4. Paul McCartney’s Lentil Soup Recipe was mentioned in The Simpsons.

This was mentioned by Lisa the Vegetarian, who was voiced by Linda McCartney back in season 07. At the end of the episode, “Maybe I’m Amazed” is playing over the closing credits. If the recording is reversed, you’ll hear that the mumbling on the track is Paul reciting the recipe for a vegetarian lentil soup.

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5. Danny Elfman, the composer of the show’s opening theme song, took three days to compose it.

He calls it the most popular piece of music that he made in his entire career.

6. Springfield was named for its generic Anywhereness.

There are Springfields everywhere in the U.S. In fact, there are about Springfields in over 30 states in America.

7. The Simpsons were made yellow for a good reason.

The characters were made yellow to make the show stand out (along with its ads) when someone was flipping through the TV while looking for something to watch.

8. The Simpsons’ names are based on real people.

Matt Groening, the creator of The Simpsons, chose character names after his own family members. Except for “Bart,” which he substituted for his own name.

9. is real.

In Season 14 Episode 08, titled “The Dad Who Knew Too Little,” Homer used his email Matt Selman, the episode’s writer, signed up with that address beforehand, and right after the show aired, the inbox instantly filled and used up its 999-message limit!

10. Hank Azaria voiced over 16 recurring characters.

This includes Moe the bartender, Chief Wiggum, Comic Book Guy, Apu (convenience store owner), and many others!

11. You can find “D’Oh” in the Oxford English Dictionary.

It was added in 2001 and it means “used to comment on a foolish or stupid action, especially one’s own.”

12. Some details in the show are changed depending on where it’s being aired.

For example, in Arabic episodes, Homer is made to drink sodas instead of beer, and he also eats Egyptian beef sausages instead of the usual hotdog. This is to abide by Islamic customs.

13. One episode takes about 6-8 months to create.

This is because all animations are still hand-drawn instead of using a computer and modern technology. This is also why the show rarely comments on current events.

14. The extended couch gag in the opening depends on how long the episode is.

If the episode is shorter than normal, the couch gag is extended. It really depends on how long the whole episode is.

15. Only God has five fingers (in Simpsons of course).

All characters on the show are given 4 singers, and the only person to have 5 fingers is God.

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