After a quarrel with Dr. Hibbert, Homer decides to enlist Maggie for a pre-nursery school. Maggie doesn't get tested because she can't talk. Back home Lisa discovers Maggie can make words and the family goes back to the pre-nursery school. This time Maggie passes the test gloriously and turns out to have an IQ of 167. This is more than Lisa's IQ (159) which makes her unsure about her identity. Written by
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The tongue in the giant model digestive system is divided into different areas for different tastes. This is inaccurate; the various taste receptors are spread all over the tongue. See more
Meet Maggie Simpson; IQ 165
165? That's amazing for a Christian!
Simon Cowell comments and criticizes on the credits. See more
References The Quiet American
by Henry Mancini
and Johnny Mercer See more