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This is a reference to the common cartoon trope of a skeleton escaping a character's mouth in fright, and possibly a reference to the Ray Bradbury short story "Skeleton". What Smithers tells Burns the angry movie audience is saying after a screening of his film "A Burns for All Seasons". Burns asks his faithful assistant Waylon Smithers if the crowd is booing his blatantly egotistical motion picture.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 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.The Simpsons has used and coined many neologisms for humorous effect, many of which are only used once.The most famous example is Homer Simpson's signature annoyed grunt, "D'oh! Few of the following made-up words would qualify as neologisms from a strict lexicological perspective due to their extremely limited uses outside of the show.
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!
For those that have found their way into regular and common use, the route passes through the considerable fan-base where use of these words carries the prestige of pop-culture literacy among those who catch the references, just as among other cultural groups a clever parallel to a well-known phrase from the literary or rhetorical canon would be acknowledged.
The following is presented, then, as a glossary of words or phrases invented by the show which one or more characters use in regular speech, as though intended as real terms.
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.