Abe's symptoms included being "edgy", having "ants in his pants" and being "discombobulated". Nick also warned Grandpa that if he didn't calm down to receive treatment, Grandpa would give himself skin failure. Nick's prescribed treatment for Bonus Eruptus was "Trans-dental Electromicide," which called for a golf-cart motor and a 1000-volt "Capacimator".High voltage is applied to the patient's teeth, presumably until he is either cured or dead.
Used in "The Wettest Stories Ever Told," when Ned Flanders is knocked unconscious by Homer's bowling ball from the roof. Coined by Ned Flanders in "I'm Goin' to Praiseland." The phrase might also be intended as a play on letter grading from A-musement to B-musement (as in B-movie).
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.
The fictitious translation of Santa Claus's supposed name in Japanese. Nick Riviera in "King-Size Homer." Homer Simpson tries to gain weight to get on workers' compensation.
In Japan he is supposedly thought to live on the Moon. The process of using Photoshop to add rosy "apple" to someone's cheeks and make them more attractive. Burns face to make him appear more benevolent on the cover of a newspaper. While prescribing a diet consisting of a steady gorging process for Homer, Dr.