Dan-o-lantern: Also illuminated internally but made from a hollowed-out gourd.
Alex-o-lantern: Made from a butternut squash.
Frank-o-lantern: Uses multi-colored lights.
Kelly-o-lantern: Uses a fluorescent bulb.
Jerry-o-lantern: Has wheels.
Nick-o-lantern: Wants you to know you’ve got a really nice porch here. It’d be a shame if something happened to it.
Chad-o-lantern: Filled with dead bees.
Jason-o-lantern: Filled with live bees.
Beatrice-o-lantern: Requires neon.
Jennifer-o-lantern: Made from a pineapple.
Carl-o-lantern: Made from a grapefruit.
Catherine-o-lantern: Made from an heirloom artichoke.
Travis-o-lantern: Wants to know what you’re lookin’ at.
Larry-o-lantern: Claims to enjoy long walks on the beach.
Ray-o-lantern: Can be used to power a small digital clock.
Roger-o-lantern: Copies other lanterns.
Lion-o-lantern: Really into Thundercats cosplay.
Evelyn-o-lantern: Has a sense of humor that’s so dry it’s a fire hazard.
Alice-o-lantern: Knows the difference between flannel and gingham.
Nathan-o-lantern: Wants to know if you’ve got a good accountant.
Gertrude-o-lantern: Is a rose is a rose is a rose.
Patrick-o-lantern: Filled with live snakes.
Brad-o-lantern: Has a jaunty sweater tied around it.
Neil-o-lantern: WHOA, WE GOT A LIVE ONE HERE!
Diane-o-lantern: When paired with a Jack-o-lantern goes on long after the thrill of livin’ is gone.
Tyler-o-lantern: Shows up at potlucks with most of a bucket of chicken.
George-o-lantern: Unsuccessfully tried out for the Chicago Bears.
Irving-o-lantern: Travels extensively and is a great storyteller.
Edgar-o-lantern: Frightens children and small animals.
Mary-o-lantern: Not as many as there used to be.
Kevin-o-lantern: Goes out every Halloween and gets smashed.