|This article is about the episode. You may be looking for the song.|
|Number in season:||7B|
|Original Airdate:|| September 4, 2007|
December 20, 2007
|Written by:||Peter K. Hirsch|
|Storyboard by:||Jeremy O'Neill|
"Hic or Treat"
"Francine's Pilfered Paper"
Annoyed that Brain always seems to be right about everything, Buster becomes determined to catch him in a mistake.
- Bitzi Baxter
- Arthur Read
- Muffy Crosswire
- Francine Frensky
- Binky Barnes
- George Lundgren
- Nigel Ratburn
- When Arthur says, "Fortunately, no one is ever right about everything," Brain calls his sentence "poorly constructed", and says that using both "ever" and "always" is redundant. However, Arthur did not say "always" when he spoke.
- When Brain was playing baseball, the umpire called the first two pitches a "strike". Since Brain did not swing the bat, the correct term would be a "ball".
- Brain's comment to not end sentences in prepositions is archaic; ending in a preposition is perfectly fine in modern English.