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Dash Dingo

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Dash Dingo
Dash Dingo (video game).png
Game Information
Platforms: Home console
Arcade cabinet (non-canon)
Players: 1
First appearance: "Lisa Gets an "A""

Dash Dingo is a video game starring Dash Dingo.


Lisa caught a cold and Marge insisted that she stay home from school. At first, Lisa occupied her time by watching The Learning Channel. Later Marge suggested that she should relax and play Dash Dingo, one of Bart's video games. Lisa gave the game a try and initially pooh-poohed it, dismissing it as being of poor quality. However, she quickly became hooked on the game, and forgot all about studying to the point that she all but ignored Ralph Wiggum when he brought her the homework assignments from school.

Lisa spent three solid days playing Dash Dingo. By then, she was feeling better, but she tried to fake being sick so she could stretch her game-playing marathon into a fourth day. Marge, however, saw through Lisa's ruse and sent her to school. Lisa then ended up cheating on a test because she hadn't studied or done any homework.[1]

The game was later seen as one of the apps available for the MyPad.[2]


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Lenny was seen playing the game on an arcade cabinet when video games were set up in the Nuclear Power Plant.[3]

Behind the Laughter[edit]

  • The game's main character, Dash Dingo, is a parody of Crash Bandicoot.
  • The game itself is reminiscent of the student learning game, Typequick.