Alex - Welcome back to Jeopardy, America's favorite quiz show! I'm your host, Alex Trebek, and today we return to "Springfield Week". Each day, we'll pick a number of familiar faces from around Springfield to give their responses to the same Answer.
On Friday, after they've all given all of them their chance, we will declare a winner.
And just so you know, just like Vegas, the house wants its cut of any wagering that may be going on.
This week's final Jeopardy is:
Alex - "This is both a 2007 movie and a description of my next bowel movement." Up next is everyone's favorite barfly, Barney Gumble. Barney?
Alex - "Is it 'Things We Lost In The Fire'?" You flatter me Barney, but I'm no David Hasselhoff.
Barney – ** BUUURP ** You're telling me. You don't even have a talking car.
Alex – Moving along, you may not know him as "Herschel Shmoikel Pinchas Yerucham Krustofski", but you certainly know him as one of America's 100 favorite clowns, Krusty the Clown.
Krusty – Hey HEY kids! This counts as an hour of community service, right Trebeck?
Alex - "What Is 'Closing Escrow'?" Thank you Krusty. Next up is Springfield's most eligible bachelor, Lenny Leonard.
Alex - "What Is 'Disturbia'?" Not sure I like how you said that Lenny. And if Lenny is here, can his good friend Carl Carlson be far behind?
Alex - "What Is 'Red Line'?" Ummm… Thanks Carl, Patty?
Alex - "What Is 'There will be Blood'*?" Ummm… Maybe your sister Marge has an idea.
Alex - "Is it 'Good Luck Chuck'?". Thanks, Marge, and now to the last of the Bouvier sisters, Selma.
Alex - "Is it 'Blood & Chocolate'?". No wonder you can't seem to keep a husband. And speaking of your many husbands, next we have Robert 'Sideshow Bob" Terwilliger.
Alex - "Is it 'Love In The Time of Cholera'?". I'm not sure what that means, but I just love hearing you say it. And our final entry for the day: Nelson Muntz.
Alex – "What is 'No End In Sight'?". True, I've been there after the free tacos at Bahan's.
And that concludes today's entrants. Tune in tomorrow as 'Springfield Week on Jeopardy' crosses the half way point.
* This is the joke that started this whole mess - Scope