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Season 28

Season 27

  • S27Ep22: Orange is the New Yellow  5/22/2016  

    When Marge gets arrested for letting Bart go to the park unsupervised, she serves time only to realize that prison is a welcome break from the demands of her life as a mom and wife. In her absence, Homer struggles to manage all of the parenting responsibilities that Marge usually handles.

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  • S27Ep21: Simprovised  5/15/2016  

    After butchering a speech in front of all of his friends at work, Homer turns to improv comedy to gain back his confidence in his public speaking skills. Meanwhile, Marge decides to rebuild Bart's lackluster treehouse, but tensions rise when Bart questions her building skills. Also, in the episode's last three minutes, Homer appears LIVE for the first time on television (both for East and West Coast broadcasts) to answer fan questions.

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  • S27Ep20: To Courier with Love  5/8/2016  
  • S27Ep19: Fland Canyon  4/24/2016  

    Homer recalls a tense family vacation to the Grand Canyon with the Flanders family. At first, the Flanders' perfection puts the families at odds, but when they get stranded and Ned and Bart go for help, the families finally bond.

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  • S27Ep18: How Lisa Got Her Marge Back  4/10/2016  

    After getting into an argument, Marge takes Lisa on a touristy trip to Capital City, where, after attending a musical, they meet the show's star, Andrew Rannells (guest-voicing as himself), who reminds Lisa how lucky she is to have such a great mom. Meanwhile, Bart is frustrated that everyone expects his pranks, so he teams up with Maggie to trick people.

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  • S27Ep17: The Burns Cage  4/3/2016  

    When Smithers is devastated by Burns' lack of affection towards him, Homer makes it his mission to find him a boyfriend. Meanwhile, after Bart orchestrates the removal of the lead in the school's stage production of "Casablanca," Milhouse serves as a terrible understudy, which frustrates his co-star, Lisa.

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  • S27Ep16: The Marge-ian Chronicles  3/13/2016  

    Not feeling unique, Lisa signs up for the Mars One Space Colony – to Marge's dismay. Then, Marge hires Bart to go through the tryout process with Lisa to make her want to quit.

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  • S27Ep15: Lisa the Veterinarian  3/6/2016  

    After performing CPR on a tased raccoon, Lisa discovers her calling to be veterinarian and becomes an intern at the local office, but learns a tough lesson when her neglected class hamster dies. Meanwhile, Marge moonlights as a crime scene cleaner for a little extra money, and the trauma of the gory scenes make her increasingly dead inside.

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  • S27Ep14: Gal of Constant Sorrow  2/21/2016  

    After Bart accidentally sends a sweet homeless woman's cart into the river, he allows her to live in his closet for a small fee. When Lisa discovers that the woman is an incredible folk singer, she offers her own closet and plans a concert, only to be disappointed by Hettie's surprising substance abuse and violent nature. Meanwhile Homer tries to prove he's handy, but accidentally traps the cat in the walls of the house.

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  • S27Ep13: Love Is in the N2-O2-Ar-CO2-Ne-He-CH4  2/14/2016  

    Lonely Professor Fink uses science to turn himself into a man whom women find attractive. Then, overwhelmed by the attention, he invents an algorithm to perfectly pair the lonely men and women of Springfield, realizing that scientific exploration is his true love. Meanwhile, Marge, Bart, and Lisa visit Grampa for Valentine's Day and try to rescue the old folks from a drug-induced hallucination that allows them to relive their happiest memories.

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  • S27Ep12: Much Apu About Something  1/17/2016  

    Sanjay passes his stake in the Kwik-E-Mart to his millennial son, Jay, who turns it into a hip, health food market against Apu's insistence on tradition. Bart, whom Homer had convinced to give up pranking, is called upon to return to his trickster life and take down the new store.

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  • S27Ep11: Teenage Mutant Milk-caused Hurdles  1/10/2016  

    A new teacher at Springfield Elementary, and a captivated Bart tries everything to win her over. Meanwhile, Homer decides to buy a new brand of "milk," which causes early puberty, both for Bart (augmenting his wooing powers) and Lisa (whose small bout with acne opens her up to the world of makeup and popularity).

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  • S27Ep10: The Girl Code  1/3/2016  

    After a photo Marge posts on social media gets Homer fired, he returns to the best job he ever had, a dishwasher at a Greek restaurant. This same post inspires Lisa to code an app that predicts the real-life consequences of anything you post online, only to create sentient artificial intelligence.

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  • S27Ep9: Barthood  12/13/2015  

    Bart’s coming of age story a la “Boyhood” chronicles his life from six years old to his time as an accomplished young man. Along the way, his tense relationship with Homer, an overly uncaring version of himself, and Lisa, who overshadows him in every way possible, shape Bart more than he realizes.

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  • S27Ep8: Paths of Glory  12/6/2015  

    Lisa sets out to restore the tarnished reputation of Springfield’s first female inventor. To find her invention, she scours an abandoned asylum and a restaurant that caters to men. Bart joins Lisa at the asylum, stealing one of the homicidal patient’s notebooks, and bragging to the boys at school that he wrote the entries himself. This revelation causes Homer and Marge to believe he is a sociopath, which Bart decides to use to his advantage until things go too far.

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  • S27Ep7: Lisa with an ‘S’  11/22/2015  

    When Homer loses $5,000 at a poker game with Broadway legend Laney Fontaine, the only way he is able to settle the bet is if he loans Lisa to Laney for a month. Then, Laney turns Lisa into a show biz kid and Marge and Homer fear they made a mistake letting her go. So they head to New York to get her back.

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  • S27Ep6: Friend with Benefit  11/8/2015  

    Lisa befriends Harper, a new kid at school who happens to be super-rich. Then, Homer befriends Harper's dad and is able to enjoy the perks of Lisa having a rich friend, as well. But Lisa decides that Harper is a bully and moves to end the friendship, which prompts Homer to try and smooth things over so he can continue to enjoy the good life.

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  • S27Ep5: Treehouse of Horror XXVI  10/25/2015  

    In the annual fright fest Halloween episode, Sideshow Bob finally kills Bart, only to reanimate him; Homer wakes up with short-term memory loss; and Lisa, Bart, and Milhouse get super powers from radiation.

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  • S27Ep4: Halloween of Horror  10/18/2015  

    When Lisa becomes scared at the Krustyland Halloween Horror Night, Homer is forced to take down his Everscream Terrors decorations. Halloween pop-up employees seek vengeance on Homer for causing them to lose their jobs, and rob his house while Homer and Lisa hide out in the attic. Homer and Lisa light up their stored holiday decorations to attract attention and stand up to the intruders.

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  • S27Ep3: Puffless  10/11/2015  

    Upon learning that their father really died of lung cancer, Selma and Patty agree to quit smoking. When Selma relapses, an angry Patty moves in with Marge and Homer.

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  • S27Ep2: Cue Detective  10/4/2015  

    Scotty Boom, a Chew Network super-chef, challenges Homer to a smoke-off. But when someone steals Homer's secret weapon - a smoker he bought off a mysterious man at a BBQ shack - Lisa and Bart are on the case.

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  • S27Ep1: Every Man’s Dream  9/27/2015  

    In the Season 26 finale, Springfield Elementary modernizes but suffers a technical meltdown, and Lisa must ride to the rescue. Meanwhile, the mathletes wonder if their number is up after Groundskeeper Willie is named the new coach.

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Season 26

Season 25

  • S25Ep22: The Yellow Badge of Cowardge  5/18/2014  

    Bart is plagued with guilt when he wins the annual “last day of school” race around Springfield Elementary, with an assist from Nelson, who beats up frontrunner Milhouse. Meanwhile, Homer tries to bring back the annual 4th of July fireworks display after it’s canceled for budget reasons.

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  • S25Ep21:   5/11/2014  

    Marge swears off befriending any more couples when Homer offends their charming new British neighbors. But when Lisa declares that she, too, doesn’t need friends, Marge reconsiders.

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  • S25Ep20:   5/4/2014  

    Homer awakens to find his family and everyone in Springfield are made of Legos, and finds he must discover how he got in the Lego world and how he can get back home before he is left in a world of bricks for all of eternity

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  • S25Ep19: What To Expect When Bart’s Expecting  4/27/2014  

    Bart casts a spell on a voodoo doll and all of a sudden his teacher is pregnant. Soon various couples hoping to conceive are seeking his help.

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  • S25Ep18: Days of Future Future  4/13/2014  

    Set in the future, Homer has a new clone for every time he dies. Lisa is married to a zombie version of Milhouse, while Bart deals with custody issues with his ex-wife, Jenda. Each defines what love means to them.

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  • S25Ep17: Luca$  4/6/2014  

    Marge is concerned that Lisa is dating below her station when she brings home competitive eater-in-training Lucas Bortner, and she enlists Homer to help Lisa explore other options. Meanwhile, Bart is thrilled to receive free gifts from Snake Jailbird after he helps the convict escape from a jam, but when a betrayal from Milhouse puts Snake back in jail, Bart must forge a plan to set him free.

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  • S25Ep16: You Don’t Have to Live Like a Referee  3/30/2014  

    Homer is recruited as a World Cup referee after Lisa extols his integrity on the youth soccer field in a Springfield Elementary speech contest. But when the Simpsons travel to Brazil, Homer finds his honesty tested by one of South America’s slickest gangsters in the soccer match-bribing business.

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  • S25Ep15: The War of Art  3/23/2014  

    After Lisa’s new pet guinea pig destroys the Simpsons’ living room art, Marge falls in love with a beautiful painting at the Van Houten’s yard sale, which Homer snaps up for 20 bucks. But, when Lisa reveals it’s by a famous early 20th century painter and could be worth $100,000, Marge and Homer face a dilemma: split the money with the Van Houtens, or keep the cash as a “cushion” for their kids.

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  • S25Ep14: The Winter of His Content  3/16/2014  

    Marge invites Grampa and two other octogenarians to live at the Simpsons' house after the Retirement Castle is closed for health violations, but she quickly becomes frustrated with Homer when he starts embracing the "old person lifestyle." Meanwhile, at Springfield Elementary, Bart defends Nelson's affinity for hand-me-down underwear, leading Nelson to befriend Bart.

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  • S25Ep13: The Man Who Grew Too Much  3/9/2014  

    On a research trip, Lisa is shocked to discover that Sideshow Bob is now the chief scientist at a massive chemical engineering company, but her fears are allayed as she becomes enamored with his likeminded appreciation of high-culture. Meanwhile, Marge's attempt to preach healthy sexual practices to a teen church group goes awry.

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  • S25Ep12: Diggs  3/9/2014  

    Bart is rescued from a confrontation with Springfield Elementary's bullies by Diggs (guest voice Daniel Radcliffe), a recent transfer student and aspiring champion in the niche sport of falconry. But, Bart soon discovers that Diggs wants to do more than just wrangle falcons: he wants to take to the sky himself.

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  • S25Ep11: Specs and the City  1/26/2014  

    Mr. Burns gives high-tech eyeglasses to all of his employees in order to spy on them. Homer loves the enhanced reality of his new gadget – that is, until Marge tries them on and he finds out she’s seeing a marriage counselor. Meanwhile, Bart takes a stand against buying Nelson a Valentine’s Day card, despite buying one for every other kid in class, and Nelson delivers him an ultimatum: find him the best Valentine’s Day gift ever or be fed to the classroom electric pencil sharpener

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  • S25Ep10: Married To The Blob  1/12/2014  

    Comic Book Guy realizes his comics are nothing if he can’t share them with anyone. Then he meets Kumiko, a Japanese woman writing an autobiographical manga, and he seeks out Homer’s advice on how to date her, ending happily for everyone.

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  • S25Ep9: Steal This Episode  1/5/2014  

    Homer becomes annoyed with movie theaters, so Bart teaches him how to download movies illegally. Homer is delighted with his discovery of free movies until he’s caught for piracy.

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  • S25Ep8: White Christmas Blues  12/15/2013  

    Springfield is inundated with holiday revelers after the nuclear power plant springs a radiation leak, causing snow to fall all over town. When the tourists drive up Christmas shopping prices, Marge opens up the Simpsons’ house to boarders

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  • S25Ep7: Yellow Subterfuge  12/8/2013  

    Principal Skinner promises the students that the best-behaved among them can take a ride in a submarine. When Skinner gives all the kids a clean slate, Bart believes even his own past indiscretions will be forgotten if he doesn’t get into any more trouble. Meanwhile Lisa tries to help a cash-poor Krusty to turn things around by suggesting he sell the foreign rights to his shows

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  • S25Ep6: The Kid Is All Right  11/24/2013  

    Lisa finally makes a new best friend, Isabel Gutierrez, only to discover that she’s a Republican and her opponent in the campaign for second grade class representative

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  • S25Ep5: Labor Pains  11/17/2013  

    Homer is forced to deliver a baby in an elevator and becomes close to the child when the mother, Gretchen, names him Homer, Jr. In the meantime, Lisa joins the cheerleaders of the Springfield Atoms.

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  • S25Ep4: YOLO  11/10/2013  

    Marge encourages Homer to embrace his “You-Only-Live-Once” spirit by inviting an old pen pal to stay with him and cross items off of his “to-do” list from when he was a 10-year old. Meanwhile, Lisa institutes a new honor code at Springfield Elementary

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  • S25Ep3: Four Regrettings and a Funeral  11/3/2013  

    Four Springfielders are prompted to try to right past regrets following the funeral of a beloved neighbor. Homer regrets selling his Apple stock to buy a bowling ball, Marge worries she caused Bart's rebellious streak, Mr. Burns reminisces about a romance he gave up with a beautiful Parisian woman and Kent Brockman admits he was too afraid to leave local news and follow his former partner Rachel Maddow (guest appearing as herself) to cable news.

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  • S25Ep2: Treehouse of Horror XXIV  10/6/2013  

    The opener of the 24th annual “Treehouse of Horror” is from Guillermo del Toro and features monsters and classic characters from horror films throughout history. In the first of three spine-tingling stories, Homer rides around Springfield wreaking havoc in a rhyming take on a popular children’s tale. In “Dead and Shoulders,” Bart is beheaded during a kite accident, his head is attached to Lisa’s body and they must live together as one. The final terrifying tale, “Freaks no Geeks,” features Mr. Burns’ traveling circus, The Burnsum and Bailey Circus, which has stopped in Springfieldland in the 1930s. Trapeze artist Marge and Strong Man Homer are performers and things go awry when circus freak Moe starts to make advances towards Marge

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  • S25Ep1: Homerland  9/29/2013  

    Kristen Wiig (“Despicable Me 2”) guest-voices in the season premiere episode as an intense, high-strung FBI agent whom Lisa enlists for help when she suspects that something sinister has happened to Homer. Also, Elizabeth Moss (“Mad Men”) plays a grateful mom who names her baby Homer Jr., after Homer Sr. helps in the delivery of the child.

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Season 24

Season 23

  • S23Ep22: Lisa Goes Gaga  5/20/2012  

    Lady Gaga visits Springfield in order to help Lisa after her attempts at helping an unpopular girl backfires on her causing her own status to hit rock bottom.

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  • S23Ep21: Ned ‘N Edna’s Blend  5/13/2012  

    To the town's surprise, Ned and Edna have gotten married so Marge offers to throw them a congratulatory reception but things don't as planned. Meanwhile Edna changes some of the rules for Rod & Todd so they can be more socially accepted.

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  • S23Ep20: The Spy Who Learned Me  5/6/2012  

    After going on "date night" to a spy movie starring crime fighter Stradivarius Cain (guest star Bryan Cranston), Marge becomes upset with Homer for blurting out embarrassing remarks throughout the film, but Homer's attempts to reconcile with Marge do not seem to fix anything. Later, Homer is knocked off a ladder and suffers a concussion on the job, leaving him out of work for six weeks. Instead of telling Marge, Homer decides to use the time to learn how to become a better husband with the help of someone whom he believes is Stradivarius Cain.

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  • S23Ep19: A Totally Fun Thing That Bart Will Never Do Again  4/29/2012  

    Bart pesters the family into going on a cruise vacation. They even luck into a luxury suite. Now all Bart needs to do is figure out a way to make it last longer than a week.

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  • S23Ep18: Beware My Cheating Bart  4/15/2012  

    When Bart is forced to chaperone Jimbo's girlfriend to a movie, she ends up developing feelings for him, resulting in a whole bunch of trouble with the bullies at school. Meanwhile, Homer is persuaded to buy a state-of-the-art treadmill, fully equipped with a television. When Lisa shows Homer that he can access television shows wirelessly, he develops an obsession with watching an old television show from the treadmill, but not actually working out, until Marge decides to intervene.

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  • S23Ep17: Them, Robot  3/18/2012  

    Mr. Burns replaces all of Springfield Power Plant's employees with robots (guest voice Brent Spiner) but decides to keep Homer as the sole human worker. With unemployment at an all-time high and mechanical arms operating the workplace, Springfield becomes a dismal and humorless place. But when Homer's machine-programmed peers start to turn on the community and his former real-life employees come to the rescue, they all realize that robots can't replace human friends

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  • S23Ep16: How I Wet Your Mother  3/11/2012  

    Karma gets the best of Homer after he gets his friends in trouble, and as a result, his bedwetting problem worsens. The family goes on a mission to infiltrate his dreams to search for clues in his subconscious to determine the source of his problem. But just as things take a dangerous turn in the dream, a figure from Homer

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  • S23Ep15: Exit Through the Kwik-E-Mart  3/4/2012  

    In order to get back at his dad, Bart goes undercover as a graffiti street artist and plasters Homer

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  • S23Ep14: At Long Last Leave  2/19/2012  

    The Simpsons are evicted from Springfield and join an off-the-grid community outside of town. But when Homer and Marge try to sneak back into Springfield, they are welcomed with hostility from their former friends and neighbors and begin to appreciate their new and more accepting home.

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  • S23Ep13: The Daughter Also Rises  2/12/2012  
  • S23Ep12: Moe Goes From Rags To Riches  1/29/2012  

    Moe's bar rag (voiced by Jeremy Irons) takes the surly bartender on a journey through time to show Moe how influential his bar has been over the years. Moe

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  • S23Ep11: The D’oh-cial Network  1/15/2012  

    Lisa creates her own social networking service, SpringFace, and subsequently makes everyone addicted to the internet. Meanwhile, Patty and Selma challenge the Winklevoss twins at the 2012 Summer Olympics.

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  • S23Ep10: Politically Inept, With Homer Simpson  1/8/2012  

    Homer becomes a populist TV pundit with his show Gut Check with Homer Simpson, and Ted Nugent will play himself as a Republican candidate for President seeking Homer's endorsement. After his videotaped rant about airport security goes viral, Homer lands a radio talk show, and considerable political influence. Then he endorses rock star Ted Nugent (who provides his own voice) for president.

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  • S23Ep9: Holidays Of Future Passed  12/11/2011  

    In this futuristic holiday episode, Bart is a deadbeat dad living in Springfield Elementary (which is now an apartment complex instead of a school) with Principal Skinner as his landlord. Meanwhile, a pregnant Maggie goes into labor during a family dinner.

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  • S23Ep8: The Ten-Per-Cent Solution  12/4/2011  

    Krusty the Clown is stuck in a rut when the television network pulls his show from the air and his talent agency drops him as a client. But when the Simpsons introduce him to seasoned agent Annie (guest voice Joan Rivers), they are surprised to learn that Annie was Krusty's very first agent. Despite their rocky relationship, Annie is convinced to re-sign Krusty and craft his career comeback. But when Krusty

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  • S23Ep7: The Man in the Blue Flannel Pants  11/27/2011  

    The Simpsons host a tastemaker party at their home to promote Absolut Krusty, Krusty the Clown

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  • S23Ep6: The Book Job  11/20/2011  

    Lisa becomes disheartened when she learns the shocking truth behind the

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  • S23Ep5: The Food Wife  11/13/2011  

    Marge takes Bart and Lisa on a weekend excursion, and when an unexpected restaurant detour awakens their taste buds, fellow foodies Amuse Bruce and Fois Garth (guest voices Tim Heidecker and Eric Wareheim) inspire them to start their own food blog,

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  • S23Ep4: Replaceable You  11/6/2011  

    Bart's science fair project, a mechanical baby seal, outshines Lisa's brainy asteroid model and becomes a popular pet among the retirement home patrons. Meanwhile, Homer gets a new and eager assistant Roz (guest voice Jane Lynch), but when Homer quickly loses his job to her and discovers her evil past, he and Ned team up to reveal her true dark colors.

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  • S23Ep3: Treehouse of Horror XXII  10/30/2011  

    This is the Halloween 2011 special of the animated series The Simpsons season 23. The episode will feature the standard 3 segments and Aron Ralston will be the guest star for this episode. The following are the three segments of the episode. The Diving Bell and the Butterball - A spider bite leaves Homer paralyzed but he is able to communicate through natural gases. Dial D for Diddly - Ned Flanders becomes a serial killer. In the Na'Vi - Bart and Milhouse are assigned to access a sacred extract of a distant planet.

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  • S23Ep2: Bart Stops to Smell the Roosevelts  10/2/2011  

    Principal Skinner challenges superintendent Gary Chalmers to take over the education of Bart after one of his pranks leads to a school fundraiser debacle. Meanwhile, Chalmers takes an unconventional approach to teaching American history which sparks a fascination in President Teddy Roosevelt. Encouraged by the educational renaissance of Bart, Chalmers takes Bart and his band of "Rough Riders" on an overnight excursion to Springfield Forest, however after a minor accident, the school administration fires Chalmers for taking the boys on an unauthorized field trip. Determined to get the job of Chalmers back, Bart and the boys hold the school hostage until the administration reinstates Chalmers, and they stand up for the teacher who made a meaningful impact to them.

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  • S23Ep1: The Falcon and the D’Ohman  9/25/2011  

    In the 23rd season of The Simpsons episode 1, Homer befriends Wayne, a reserved security guard recently hired by the nuclear power plant. Plagued by violent flashbacks from his past as a CIA agent, he must overcome his tortured nightmares to save Homer from a Ukranian terrorist. Meanwhile, Marge fantasizes about being a contestant on "Top Chef" hosted by Tom Colicchio, and the future of Springfield's hottest "it" couple Nedna, Edna Krabappel and Ned Flanders, will be revealed after months of online fan voting and speculation. Guest voices for this episode are Tom Colicchio, Kiefer Sutherland and Marcia Wallace.

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Season 22

  • S22Ep22: The Ned-Liest Catch  5/22/2011  

    Feeling guilty for getting Mrs. Krabappel suspended after one of his school pranks, Bart helps her escape detention, and Ned Flanders winds up saving her life in the process. When Edna and Ned start dating, he is surprised to learn she's been with many of Springfield's men, including Homer and Aerosmith drummer Joey Kramer (guest-voicing as himself).

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  • S22Ep21: 500 Keys  5/15/2011  

    When the Simpsons discover a collection of keys to every door in Springfield, Lisa stumbles upon an eerie hidden classroom beneath Springfield Elementary School. When she shares her discovery with Principal Skinner, the secret room mysteriously disappears and he takes the only key away. A determined Lisa uses her detective skills to lead her back to the room to solve an old school mystery.

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  • S22Ep20: Homer Scissorhands  5/8/2011  

    After Homer discovers a genius talent for styling hair and opens his own salon, he becomes Springfield’s most in-demand hair stylist. But having to listen to women’s problems and gossip all day long leads Homer to believe his gift may actually be a curse. Meanwhile, when Milhouse decides to live each day to the fullest, he comes out of his shell and professes his love for Lisa, only to have his heart broken. Milhouse then catches the eye of popular fifth-grader Taffy (guest star Schaal), causing Lisa to make a bold move

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  • S22Ep19: The Real Housewives of Fat Tony  5/1/2011  

    Fat Tony (guest voice Mantegna) and Selma, Marge’s painfully blunt sister, fall in love and get married after a whirlwind courtship. Marge has her reservations about the couple’s marriage after Selma begins to prioritize her looks and ritzy new lifestyle over her family, so Fat Tony invites Homer and Marge to a weekend getaway at the Jersey Shore. Meanwhile, Bart discovers a special talent that allows him to detect the location of truffles by smell, and Lisa jumps at the chance to capitalize on the rare culinary treasures.

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  • S22Ep18: The Great Simpsina  4/10/2011  

    The family is greeted by folk singer Ewell Freestone (guest voice McBrayer) when they visit a peach farm, but when Marge goes overboard with peach-inspired dishes, Lisa and Bart try to get rid of the unwanted fruit. Later, Lisa becomes a magician’s apprentice to the legendary Great Raymondo (guest voice Landau) who helps her develop her craft, but a schoolgirl crush clouds her judgment when she is coaxed into revealing the Great Raymondo’s most famous magic trick to his phony archnemesis. But when the rival magician’s act takes a risky turn, the Great Raymondo has one last trick up his sleeve and stages a showdown with Ricky Jay, Penn & Teller and David Copperfield (guest-voicing as themselves), showing them why he is the master of the craft.

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  • S22Ep17: Love Is A Many Strangled Thing  3/27/2011  

    When Homer inadvertently humiliates Bart in front of a stadium crowd, Marge encourages Homer to enroll in a fathering enrichment class taught by therapist Dr. Zander (guest voice Rudd). Shocked to learn that Homer often strangles Bart for mischievous behavior, Dr. Zander conducts a series of treatments with the help of Kareem Abdul-Jabbar (guest-voicing as himself) to teach Homer what it feels like to be young and small. But when Bart learns that the therapy sessions have transformed Homer into a pushover, he takes advantage of Homer and becomes a school bully. Hoping therapy could also cure Bart of his bullying habits, Marge enlists Dr. Zander’s help to patch their relationship

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  • S22Ep16: A Midsummer’s Nice Dream  3/13/2011  

    The town is abuzz when Cheech and Chong announce a Springfield stop on their much-anticipated reunion tour. But when Cheech and Chong take the stage in front of their loyal fans, the jokes were just not the same for Chong, so Homer steps in and delivers all the punchlines by heart. Impressed, Cheech invites Homer to go on tour with him as new duo “Cheech and Chunk” while Chong forms a more progressive comedic team, “Teach and Chong,” with Principal Skinner. While Homer is on tour, Marge attempts to help the neighborhood cat lady and change her hoarder ways, but turns into a hoarder herself in the process, and Homer realizes that life on the road is not all high times and slapstick humor

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  • S22Ep15: The Scorpion’s Tale  3/6/2011  

    After a field trip to the desert, Lisa discovers that the desert water mysteriously makes typically combative creatures get along, so she brings some of the water home as a souvenir. When Grampa moves in with the family after getting kicked out of the retirement home, Homer secretly tests the desert water on Grampa, who is instantly cured of his crankiness. A pharmaceutical representative (guest voice Herzog) gets word of Homer’s discovery and quickly tries to replicate the water into a drug, using Grampa as the primary guinea pig. But when the pills get in the wrong hands and are sold on the black market, unexpected side effects of the new drug take an eye-popping toll on the elderly citizens of Springfield, and the Simpsons learn that their new medical cure comes with major consequences.

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  • S22Ep14: Angry Dad: The Movie  2/20/2011  

    Bart’s cartoon about an angry dad is turned into “Angry Dad: The Movie” and quickly becomes a critics’ favorite. When Russell Brand presents the Golden Globe to Bart’s film, Homer usurps the podium and gives his own acceptance speech. The film’s winning streak continues with Homer taking credit at each ceremony, so when “Angry Dad” receives an Oscar nomination, Bart keeps it a secret. With the help of DJ Kwanzaa, Homer and Marge arrive at the ceremony just as Halle Berry presents the award. Bart’s fellow nominee, Nick Park, helps him realize that creating a film is a team effort, and Bart gives credit where credit is due.

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  • S22Ep13: The Blue and the Gray  2/13/2011  

    After spending another Valentine’s Day alone, Moe attends a seminar led by Dr. Kissingher in the hopes of gaining more confidence with women. Moe takes the doctor’s advice and asks Homer to be his wingman, but Moe becomes distraught when women are drawn to Homer as well. Meanwhile, Marge discovers her first gray hairs and surprises both her family and the neighborhood by going completely gray and sporting a brand new mature ‘do, but Bart is not humored when the neighborhood kids tease him about Marge’s look. Later, Marge confronts Homer when she learns that he is becoming increasingly popular with the young ladies, but Homer helps Marge realize that he only has eyes for her and proves that love is still in the Springfield air.

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  • S22Ep12: Homer The Father  1/23/2011  

    Homer becomes obsessed with “Thicker than Waters,” a 1980s family sitcom written by David Mamet (guest voicing as himself), and models his parenting skills after the show’s sensible father much to the chagrin on Bart, who desperately sets his sights on a brand new dirt bike. But when Homer insists that Bart must earn the dirt bike, Bart takes matters into his own hands and schemes with Russian and Chinese spies to provide top-secret information in exchange for the new bike, which winds up putting Bart in a precarious situation. Later, James Lipton (guest-voicing as himself) conducts an interview with a television cast on “Inside the Actor’s Studio”.

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  • S22Ep11: Flaming Moe  1/16/2011  

    When Smithers offers to help transform Moe’s dingy pub into a more refined and trendy lounge, the revamped “Mo’s” quickly becomes Springfield’s local gay hangout. With Smithers’ friends and colleagues infusing new life into “Mo’s,” business starts to boom, but Moe inadvertently leads his new bar patrons to believe that he, too, is gay. Afraid that telling the truth would hurt his newly flourishing business, Moe’s new friends teach him a lesson in acceptance. Meanwhile, Principal Skinner becomes smitten with the new free-spirited music teacher, Ms. Juniper (guest voice Wiig), who inspires the by-the-book principal to take chances. When Skinner finds out that Ms. Juniper’s daughter, Melody (guest voice Hannigan), has a crush on Bart, he uses Bart to get close to Ms. Juniper

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  • S22Ep10: Moms I’d Like To Forget  1/9/2011  

    After the fourth graders and fifth graders engage in a heated dodgeball battle, Bart discovers that one of the fifth graders has the same mysterious scar on his hand. Puzzled by the matching blemishes, Bart tries to understand why and how he got it, leading Marge to explain that seven years ago, she and her girlfriends formed the “The Cool Moms,” a tight-knit group of moms who set playdates for their young boys. Inspired to reconnect with the women, Marge’s social life soon becomes recharged, but when Bart’s playdates stop being fun, he attempts to break up the club, and Marge finally remembers why she left the group in the first place.

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  • S22Ep9: Donnie Fatso  12/12/2010  

    Homer spends New Year’s Eve in the Springfield Penitentiary after getting caught bribing an official. An FBI investigator (guest voice Hamm) offers to reduce his jail time if Homer agrees to go undercover as an informant to investigate Fat Tony (guest voice Mantegna). When Homer forges a special bond with Fat Tony and his family, he becomes conflicted between his obligation to the government and his loyalty to his new family. After an unexpected turn of events, Fat Tony’s cousin Fit Tony (Mantegna) seeks to settle a score with Homer, but winds up teaching him an important lesson.

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  • S22Ep8: The Fight Before Christmas  12/5/2010  

    It’s beginning to look a lot like Christmas in Springfield, but while Marge gets in the holiday spirit, it’s bah humbug for the rest of the family. Disappointed that she is alone spreading the holiday cheer, Marge sends a letter to Martha Clause (guest voice Stewart) to help her save the family Christmas. Martha comes to the rescue and transforms the house into the North Pole chalet Marge has always dreamed of, but when the family is noticeably absent from the perfectly trimmed holiday home, she realizes that it’s Homer and the kids who make the holidays special. Meanwhile, the Simpsons get ready to sneak away for a tropical holiday vacation in Hawaii, but surprise visitors Mr. Burns and Moe’s new friend, Katy Perry (guest-starring as herself in a special live-action sequence) delay their getaway.

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  • S22Ep7: How Munched is That Birdie in the Window  11/28/2010  

    When a pigeon flies through the Simpsons’ home and suffers a broken wing, Bart makes it his duty to care for the bird – whom he names Ray – and nurse it back to health. When Ray is ready to fly, Homer decides to enter him in a bird race when Danica Patrick (guest voicing as herself) appears to him in a dream. Things don’t go according to plan, however, when Santa’s Little Helper swallows Ray. Worried that Bart needs some help getting over the loss, Marge and Homer take him to a therapy session with Dr. Thurston (guest voice Weisz), who advises that the only cure for Bart’s blues is to give away the family dog. But when the Simpsons visit the pup’s new home, a shock causes them to rethink their decision

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  • S22Ep6: The Fool Monty  11/21/2010  

    After learning that he is suffering from multiple illnesses and has only a few weeks to live, Mr. Burns becomes distraught by the town’s less-than-sensitive reaction to his announcement. Following an unexpected turn of events, Bart finds Mr. Burns weak and vulnerable in the wilderness and secretly takes him into the Simpsons’ home. But when Homer and Marge learn about their new houseguest, they decide it’s payback time, and Lisa, determined to stand up for Mr. Burns, learns that old habits die hard.

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  • S22Ep5: Lisa Simpson, This Isn’t Your Life  11/14/2010  

    Discovering that Marge was once a stellar A+ student whose grades plummeted after being distracted, Lisa fears that she will end up just like her mom unless she pledges to focus solely on academics in an encore episode. When Marge makes a secret deal allowing Lisa to attend her dream school, Lisa learns a lesson in family and altruism. Meanwhile, Bart puts Nelson in his place and unintentionally claims the title of “School Bully.”

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  • S22Ep4: Treehouse of Horror XXI  11/7/2010  

    Beware of Ouija boards, vampires and unexpected guests in the 21st annual installment of the “Treehouse of Horror.” In “War and Pieces,” the first of three spine-tingling tales, Marge, worried about the effects of excessively violent video games, encourages Bart and Milhouse to give wholesome, classic board games a shot. The best friends discover that board games aren’t boring after all when they find themselves playing a real-life game in which they must beat all the challenges before they are allowed to return to home. The supernatural spells continue in “Tweenlight,” when Lisa becomes smitten with a mysterious new student, Edmund (guest voice Radcliffe), who also happens to be a vampire. When a romance blossoms, the young lovers run away to Dracula-la Land, leaving Homer to come to Lisa’s rescue. In the final frightening fable, “Master and Cadaver,” Homer and Marge set sail on a romantic second honeymoon, but are interrupted when they rescue Roger (guest voice Laurie), a castaway who escaped an attempted poisoning on his ship. Convinced that Roger is sabotaging their getaway and plotting a murder of his own, Homer and Marge take matters into their own hands.

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  • S22Ep3: Money Bart  10/10/2010  

    A visit by a Springfield Elementary alum-turned-Ivy-League student pushes Lisa to question her own go-getter attitude and reevaluate the scope of her extracurricular activities. Convinced that there is no such thing as having too many clubs or activities listed on her resume, Lisa jumps at the opportunity to coach Bart’s little league team. Despite having little understanding of baseball, Lisa coaches the team to a record winning streak by putting her book smarts in statistics and probability into play. But when Bart questions Lisa’s coaching tactics and confronts her for taking the fun out of baseball, Lisa benches him from the championship game. Hoping to lift his spirits, Marge spends the day with Bart at an amusement park where MLB manager and former catcher Mike Scioscia (guest-voicing as himself) gives Bart sound advice and reminds him of his genuine love of the sport. Meanwhile, with one last chance to win the game, Lisa makes an unexpected call and learns that there is more to sports than winning

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  • S22Ep2: Loan-a-Lisa  10/3/2010  

    When Grampa gives each member of the family a portion of his savings, Lisa and Marge spend their money in drastically different ways. Lisa invests in Nelson’s brand-new business venture, but soon realizes that her friend’s instant success might lure him away from the classroom. Worried that his judgment might be clouded, Lisa introduces Nelson to the well-educated and successful creator of Facebook, Mark Zuckerberg (guest-voicing as himself), only to find out that he too dropped out of school. But when the soaring business suddenly takes a sharp turn, Lisa teaches her friend that education is invaluable.

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  • S22Ep1: Elementary School Musical  9/26/2010  

    Marge surprises Lisa with a week-long retreat at performing arts camp, where she is greeted by her artsy counselors (Jemaine Clement and Bret McKenzie) and fellow musically inclined campers (Lea Michele, Cory Monteith and Amber Riley), who inspire her to embrace her creative side. After she returns to Springfield, Lisa becomes restless with her ho-hum suburban lifestyle and sneaks off to Sprooklyn in hopes of connecting with her inner hipster, but she soon realizes that the city is not the same as camp.

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Season 21

  • S21Ep23: Judge Me Tender  5/23/2010  

    When Moe discovers a hidden talent for judging contests, he is approached by a television agent to join the AMERICAN IDOL judges’ panel. Moe flies to Los Angeles where he tours the Fox lot and receives some sage career advice. Meanwhile, Homer drives Marge crazy when he begins hanging around the house

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  • S21Ep22: The Bob Next Door  5/16/2010  

    Bart believes his new neighbor Walt (voice of Kelsey Grammer) is Sideshow Bob in disguise, returning for revenge.

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  • S21Ep21: Moe Letter Blues  5/9/2010  

    As Mother’s Day approaches, Moe narrates an episode in which he writes a letter to Homer, Apu and Reverend Lovejoy, who are vacationing with their children, and threatens to run away with one of their wives. While the trio tries to determine whose wife Moe is referring to, Homer, Lovejoy and Apu flashback to the intimate moments they initially ignored between Moe and Marge, Manjula and Helen Lovejoy. But when the boys return from their trip, they’re in for the surprise of their lives

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  • S21Ep20: To Surveil With Love  5/2/2010  

    A bomb squad mistakenly blows up Homer’s unattended gym bag, releasing radiation into the city and authorities react by suspending civil liberties. Wiggum and his men install surveillance cameras around Springfield and round up suspected terrorists, including groundskeeper Willie, but when monitoring the nonstop flow of video imagery proves to be too much, Wiggum enlists concerned citizens to help keep the city safe. Meanwhile, Lisa becomes fed up with being blond, so she dyes her hair a dark color

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  • S21Ep19: The Squirt and the Whale  4/25/2010  

    The Simpsons decide to embrace a cheaper, alternate source of energy by erecting a wind turbine in their backyard. But when Homer realizes some of the power is being directed to the local electric company, he decides to remove his home from the grid and becomes completely dependent upon an unreliable source of power. Meanwhile, a storm erupts, trapping a magnificent 150-foot-long blue whale ashore, and Lisa and Homer attempt to help the poor creature

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  • S21Ep18: Chief of Hearts  4/18/2010  

    Homer is completing his court-ordered community service when he befriends his supervisor, Chief Wiggum, by offering him one of his sandwiches. Touched by the act of kindness, Wiggum assigns the other convicts unpleasant tasks, but allows Homer to join him at the picnic table. They continue to grow close, but when the Chief gets injured during a botched bank robbery, Homer doesn’t come through when Wiggum needs him the most. Meanwhile, Bart becomes addicted to Battle Ball, a Japanese game made up of plastic balls and magnetic cards, and his family and teachers try to help him kick the habit

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  • S21Ep17: American History X-cellent  4/11/2010  

    When the police are called to diffuse a rowdy crowd at Mr. Burns’ estate, one of the officers recognizes priceless stolen paintings on the walls, and the maniacal billionaire is taken downtown for questioning. With Mr. Burns gone, Smithers takes charge of the power plant. But when employees take advantage of his good nature, he exacts revenge by forcing the employees to work night and day. These unfair working conditions prompt Homer and his crew to devise a plan to bust out Mr. Burns.

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  • S21Ep16: The Greatest Story Ever D’ohed  3/28/2010  

    When The Simpsons go to the Holy Land, Homer is convinced that he is the Messiah. This winds him up in a lot of trouble as the Muslims, the Jews and the Christians all decide to work together to teach Homer a valuable lesson.

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  • S21Ep15: Stealing First Base  3/21/2010  

    Principal Skinner announces that Mrs. Krabappel was called out of town and budget cuts dictate that, until she returns, the school’s two fourth grade classes will merge. Bart reluctantly shares a desk with Nikki and develops a flirtatious rapport. Bart talks to Grampa about his new crush, and at Grampa’s suggestion, gives Nikki a kiss. But when Nikki starts sending Bart mixed signals, he swears off women forever. Meanwhile, Lisa’s classmates ostracize her for being an overachiever, and First Lady Michelle Obama, a self-professed nerd, comes to Lisa’s defense.

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  • S21Ep14: Postcards From the Wedge  3/14/2010  

    When Bart fails to turn in his homework, Mrs. Krabappel sends a letter home about Bart’s behavior. Despite Bart’s best efforts to intercept it, Homer reads the letter, and he and Marge visit Principal Skinner for a parent-teacher conference. Furious, Homer punishes him, but Marge takes a more sympathetic approach. When Bart realizes he can pit Homer and Marge against each other to his benefit, his scheming reaches new heights.

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  • S21Ep13: The Color Yellow  2/21/2010  

    After Miss Hoover gives the class an assignment to write about their family trees, Lisa is shocked to uncover the truth behind the Simpsons family. She finds a diary in the house that belonged to Eliza Simpson, and Lisa delves into the world of slavery and family history to prepare a text for Black History Month.

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  • S21Ep12: Boy Meets Curl  2/14/2010  

    While attempting to find a romantic date together, Homer and Marge discover a game called curling. With Marge's excellent past in the game, her and Homer decide to pair up to compeet in the 2010 Winter Olympics in Vancouver. Meanwhile, Lisa becomes addicted to collecting Olympic pins.

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  • S21Ep11: Million Dollar Maybe  1/31/2010  

    When Homer gets a fortune cookie that says it's his lucky day, he wins the lottery, but spent the time he should've been on a date with Marge on standing in line at the Kwik-E-Mart to buy the ticket. Fearing how Marge will react to him dumping her, he avoids telling his family about his new-found fortune. However, to slowly approach them with the news, he sends his family anonymous gifts, but when Bart finds out it's him, they spend the money together like if it's the last money on Earth; paying for a private Coldplay concert.

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  • S21Ep10: Once Upon A Time in Springfield  1/10/2010  

    When Krusty the Clown’s show is losing its female ratings, two executives confront Krusty in order to tell him that they are hiring a new, female co-star named Princess Penelope. Krusty is less than enthusiastic about this, and so are all the guys in Springfield who felt the show was at its best before. However, when the popularity of Princess Penelope skyrockets, Krusy becomes the co-star, and on the edge of losing his job. One thing, though, gets Penelope and Krusty together on the show; a marriage. Meanwhile, Mr. Burns takes away the free donughts from the Nuclear Power Plant, but Homer, Lenny and Carl strongly disagree with him and take a stand by talking to a headhunter who specializes in nuclear workers, and whom is willing to help them get their donughts back.

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  • S21Ep9: Thursdays with Abie  1/3/2010  

    Grampa finally gets the attention he's waited so, so long for when human-interest columnist Marshall Goldman talks with Grampa while in an amusement park. Grampa tells Marshall about the time he was on a World War II battleship, and Marshall publishes the story in the Springfield Shopper, increasing Grampa's popularity in Springfield drastically. However, when Grampa decides to "dump" Homer as he's not been a good son, Homer looks for his own surrogate father, but instead, he finds a note that suggests Marshall may be planning to kill Grampa.

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  • S21Ep8: O Brother, Where Bart Thou?  12/13/2009  

    Springfield is hit by a blizzard and all power gets lost, but while Bart can’t seem to find anything fun to do, he observes the bonding moments between Lisa and Maggie, who are sisters. Jealous he doesn’t have a brother, Bart becomes depressed and asks if Homer can get him a brother, but Homer is less than enthusiastic about the idea. However, Bart still wants a brother and gets one from an orphanage.

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  • S21Ep7: Rednecks and Broomsticks  11/29/2009  

    After the family is involved in a car accident on their way home from a skiing trip, they lose their car, but Cleatus and his (large) hillbilly family have a winter house nearby and they take temporarily take care of them. However, when Lisa gets lost in a game of hide-and-seek, she meets some Wiccans (witches without brooms and pointy hats) and the next school day takes a wicked turn when everything she sees and hears resembles the witchcraft of the Wiccans. Meanwhile, Homer becomes the judge of a “moonshine” drink the hillbillies make.

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  • S21Ep6: Pranks and Greens  11/22/2009  

    Bart is outraged to find out that a former student, Andy Hamilton, is the best prankster Springfield Elementary has seen, and he decides to hunt down Andy and talk to him about his pranks. However, Andy is a 19-year-old still in his pranking days, and Bart sees a negative side of being a prankster, and therefore tries to change Andy’s future. Meanwhile, Marge struggles to keep up with the other moms at her social group, but when the others start telling her that everything she does in her daily life is wrong, she feels like an outsider.

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  • S21Ep5: The Devil Wears Nada  11/15/2009  

    Homer and the workers at the Nuclear Plant are all sad that Ted, their supervisor, is retiring. But when Mr. Burns discovers Carl’s talent of keeping things clean and fixed, Burns gives Carl the job of supervisor. Meanwhile, Marge and a group called “Philanthro-Chicks” are planning their yearly fundraiser, and they agree to make a calendar with sexy photographs that resemble great points in American history. However, Marge is a bit reluctant to show any skin on the photos, but after the photographer gives her wine, she is more than happy to dress off, making some of the sexiest pictures Springfield has ever seen.

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  • S21Ep4: Treehouse of Horror XX  10/18/2009  

    This year’s triple threat of Halloween hilarity sees zombies escaping from their captures and walking the streets of Springfield, Bart and Lisa caught in a murder pact where they both have to kill their own teacher, everyone in Springfield becomes hateful zombies thanks to Krusty Burger’s newest burger, and Homer accidentally falls on a spike and Moe using the opportunity to use Homer’s blood in his beer (somehow making the beer even better).

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  • S21Ep3: The Great Wife Hope  10/11/2009  

    After boxing has a big influence on the citizens of Springfield, Marge is shocked to see Bart fighting with Nelson in the school’s playground. When other people she knows get in the same kind of fights, she decides she must do something in order for boxing to be banned. She agrees to fight a famous boxer and the winning person will decide if boxing stays or leaves, there’s just one problem: Marge isn’t exactly the “boxing” kind of person.

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  • S21Ep2: Bart Gets A ‘Z’  10/4/2009  

    In the tragic life of Mrs. Krabappel, she wakes up to nothing but a bed filled with tests, exercise she barely manages to do and when coming to school, she has to try and educate all her students, who sit in their chair all texting and playing games on their cell phones. When Krabappel decides to confiscate every student’s phone, Bart decides to do something about the matter, and spikes her coffee with booze, resulting in her to make a fool of herself. However, when Principal Skinner sees her joking around, he fires her, giving the class a new, “funkier” teacher.

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  • S21Ep1: Homer the Whopper  9/27/2009  

    Comic Book Guy has created his own superhero, called Everyman, who can take the powers of every superhero in any comic book he touches and use them on his own. Homer is given the role, which was not his intention by visiting the store, but he is interested and agrees to do it. To whip him into shape, the studio hires Lyle McCarthy and once in a really long time, Homer actually becomes thin. But when McCarthy has to leave, Homer's life falls apart again.

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Season 20

  • S20Ep21: Coming to Homerica  5/17/2009  

    The citizens of Ogdenville swarm into Springfield after the Krusty Burger's veggie burgers causes their economy to tank, which prompts Mayor Quimby to close off the borders of Springfield and citizen Homer goes on border patrol.

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  • S20Ep20: Four Great Women and a Manicure  5/10/2009  

    Marge, Lisa and Maggie go to a nail salon and start discussing whether or not a woman can be successful without a man by her side. The discussion happens with Marge and Lisa each telling their own parodies of 4 classical stories, including Snow white and the Seven Dwarfs and the story about Queen Elizabeth I who ruled England while trying to find the right man to marry.

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  • S20Ep19: Waverly Hills, 9021-D’Oh  5/3/2009  

    After Springfield Elementary is given the dubious distinction as "The Worst School in America," the Simpsons move to Waverly Hills. As Bart adjusts to the new school, he begins a rumor that Lisa is friends with "Alaska Nebraska," a Hanna Montana-esque pop singer. Meanwhile, Homer rents an apartment for himself and poses as a bachelor.

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  • S20Ep18: Father Knows Worst  4/26/2009  

    Marge discovers a sauna in the basement of their house and shuts herself off from the rest of the world. Meanwhile, Homer becomes more overbearing with his parenting skills and pushes Bart to succeed academically and for Lisa to be more social.

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  • S20Ep17: The Good, the Sad and the Drugly  4/19/2009  

    When a new prank by Bart and Milhouse gets Milhouse suspended for a week, Bart’s involvement remains undetected. Bart visits Grandpa at the Retirement Castle, but starts chatting with a girl he starts to like instead. However, she is at the Retirement Castle because she is a volunteer there and Bart has to act like he is a good child in order for her to like him back. Meanwhile, Lisa’s class writes about what they think Springfield will look like in 50 years, but Lisa becomes depressed believing it will be a barren wasteland, so she is put on a medicine that makes her a smiling mindless zombie.

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  • S20Ep16: Eeny Teeny Maya Moe  4/5/2009  

    Homer decides to spend more time with Maggie, but doesn't want to leave Moe's bar. Therefore, he takes her with him and places Maggie in a playground right outside. However, the other babies in the playground don't like her, so she tries to make Homer understand, but he doesn't. Meanwhile, Moe likes a girl he talks to on the Internet, but when the two decide to meet in real life, he is surprised about how small she really is.

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  • S20Ep15: Wedding For Disaster  3/29/2009  

    When Reverend Lovejoy finds out that some of the ceremonies he performed are invalid due to a lapsed ministerial certification, Homer and Marge are officially not married. They decide to re-marry each other and because it is a new chance for a better start at a marriage, Marge wants everything to be perfect. But when she turns into a “bridezilla”, Homer begins to have regrets about marrying her once again.

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  • S20Ep14: In the Name of the Grandfather  3/22/2009  

    After the Simpsons buy a hot tub and feel so relaxed in it that they forget all about Grandpa Simpson, Homer agrees to do something that will make Grandpa happy again. Grandpa wants to visit O'Flanagan's pub in Ireland for one last beer and the Simpsons travel to Ireland. While Marge and the children visit Irish landmarks, Homer and Grandpa decide to buy the pub, only to find out that pubs aren't popular in Ireland anymore.

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  • S20Ep13: Gone Maggie Gone  3/15/2009  

    Springfield experiences a total solar eclipse and everyone uses a special gadget to be able to see the eclipse. Homer falls on his gadget and uses Marge’s instead, but Marge doesn’t want to miss it, so she looks without the gadget, resulting in losing her vision. Meanwhile, Homer loses Maggie to a convent and Lisa goes undercover pretending to be a nun, but while trying to find Maggie, she must also solve a series of clues, with the help of Comic Book Guy and Principal Skinner.

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  • S20Ep12: No Loan Again, Naturally  3/8/2009  

    Homer uses his home mortgage rate to pay for his annual Mardi gras party, but when the rate increases drastically, the family can't pay. This results in their house being put in an auction, but Ned Flanders doesn't want them to leave, so he buys it and rents it back to the Simpsons. However, because they don’t own the house anymore, Homer and Marge use Ned to do things around the house, but Ned gets so annoyed by this that he puts the house back on sale and kicks the family out.

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  • S20Ep11: How the Test Was Won  3/1/2009  

    Springfield Elementary prepares for a national achievement test, the V.P.A.T, by making the students do a practice test before the real one, but Lisa gets shocked when she finds out that Bart beat her. Therefore, Bart gets to attend a party instead of taking the actual test, but there’s a twist to everything. Meanwhile, the Simpson family is uninsured and must avoid all injuries.

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  • S20Ep10: Take My Life, Please  2/15/2009  

    When Homer finds out that the high school presidential election he lost was rigged by Principal Dondelinger, he meets a mysterious chef at an Italian restaurant who shows him what his life would be like if he had won the election.

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  • S20Ep9: Lisa the Drama Queen  1/25/2009  

    Lisa meets a new girl named Juilet and helps her write stories about a fantasy world called Equalia. But spending too much time with Juilet (and the story) begins to warp Lisa's sense of reality.

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  • S20Ep8: The Burns and the Bees  12/7/2008  

    After winning the "Austin Celtics" in a game of poker, Mr. Burns builds a new stadium in Springfield in the same place where Lisa has built a bee colony.

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  • S20Ep7: Mypods and Boomsticks  11/30/2008  

    Bart makes friends with a Muslim boy and his family, but Homer fears the family may be terrorists because of their religion. Meanwhile, Lisa buys a Mypod (the Simpsons equivalent to an iPod) and becomes addicted to downloading songs on it.

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  • S20Ep6: Homer and Lisa Exchange Cross Words  11/16/2008  

    Lisa becomes obsessed with crossword puzzles and enters a contest, where Homer places bets against his daughter in order to earn money lost from his break-up business.

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  • S20Ep5: Dangerous Curves  11/9/2008  

    In this latest flashback episode, Homer and Marge remember their dating years where a young Ned and Maude tries to keep them apart and their early years of marriage where they almost cheated on each other.

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  • S20Ep4: Treehouse of Horror XIX  11/2/2008  

    Opener: When Homer votes for Barack Obama, the electronic voting machine instead counts his vote for John McCain. Untitled Robot Parody: It's a Transformers parody as Bart buys a cursed Malibu Stacy convertible for Lisa for Christmas. How to Get Ahead in Dead-Vertising: Some advertising executives discover Homer and his knack for killing famous people. With the celebs out of the picture, the advertisers can use their likenesses and not have to pay royalties until their ghosts want revenge their killer. It's the Grand Pumpkin, Milhouse: A parody of It's the Great Pumpkin, Charlie Brown featuring Milhouse as Linus, Lisa as Sally, and Bart as Charlie Brown.

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  • S20Ep3: Double, Double, Boy in Trouble  10/19/2008  

    Bart meets Simon Woosterfield, a member of the richest family in Springfield and the two agree to switch places. Simon adjusts easily to his place at the Simpson home, while Bart finds out that his new siblings are plotting to kill him for his share of the inheritance.

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  • S20Ep2: Lost Verizon  10/5/2008  

    While working at the country club, Bart sees Denis Leary throw his phone away and he picks it up. Bart uses this opportunity to go on a prank-calling spree until Marge finds out what he's been up to and contacts Leary. Leary lets Bart keep the phone, but also turns it into a tracking device for Marge to keep tabs on Bart.

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  • S20Ep1: Sex, Pies and Idiot Scrapes  9/28/2008  

    After serving a jail sentence for starting a brawl at an alcohol-free St. Patrick's Day parade, Homer becomes a bounty hunter and tags Flanders along for the ride. Meanwhile, an Irish man gives Marge a job at his bakery, which Marge soon discovers specializes in sexually suggestive pastries.

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Season 19

  • S19Ep20: All About Lisa  5/18/2008  

    Sideshow Mel narrates the story of how Lisa upstaged Krusty on an episode of his show and became a big star. Meanwhile, Bart and Homer get into coin-collecting and fight Mr. Burns for a rare penny called "The Kissing Lincolns".

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  • S19Ep19: Mona Leaves-a  5/11/2008  

    After a day at the mall's "Build-A-Bear" store, the family comes home to find Homer's mother, Mona, back for the third time. Homer doesn't trust his mother after remembering all the times she abandoned him when Mona became a part of the counterculture, but when Mona dies, Homer soon feels bad that he never got the chance to say goodbye to her.

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  • S19Ep18: Any Given Sundance  5/4/2008  

    When Lisa creates a hit documentary about her family for a school project and enters it into the Sundance Film Festival, Homer, Bart and Marge become embarrassed by the candid, behind-the-scenes look at their lives.

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  • S19Ep17: Apocalypse Cow  4/27/2008  

    When Bart and Lisa save a cow, Lou, from going to the slaughterhouse, they give it to Mary, a farm girl. Her father (Cletus the Slack-Jawed Yokel) mistakes it for a token of marriage and ropes Bart into marrying his daughter.

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  • S19Ep16: Papa Don’t Leech  4/13/2008  

    Lisa discovers that the town of Springfield hasn't collected millions of dollars worth of taxes. As a result, the town starts collecting from most of the evaders and the only remaining debtor is Lurleen Lumpkin (the country singer who tried to seduce Homer on season 3's "Colonel Homer".) As the police search for her, Lurleen stays with the Simpson family, which irritates Marge, who still hasn't forgotten how Lurleen almost stole Homer from her.

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  • S19Ep15: Smoke on the Daughter  3/30/2008  

    Lisa encourages Marge to become a ballerina, but Lisa gets chosen instead and gets addicted to secondhand cigarette smoke from the other dancers. Meanwhile, Homer shows Bart his secret beef jerky business, which hits a snag when raccoons steal his product.

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  • S19Ep14: Dial ‘N’ for Nerder  3/9/2008  

    Bart and Lisa must work together to cover up the death of Martin Prince. Meanwhile, Marge suspects that Homer may be cheating...on his diet.

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  • S19Ep13: The Debarted  3/2/2008  

    Bart gets help with his pranks from a new kid at school, Danny, but suspects that Danny may be a snitch working on the inside. Meanwhile, Homer abandons his wrecked, pink car for a sleek, silver rental.

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  • S19Ep12: Love, Springfieldian Style  2/17/2008  

    Homer and Marge get stuck on the Tunnel of Love ride at a carnival, and pass the time telling three tales of love gone wrong: Homer and Marge are bank-robbing sweethearts Bonnie and Clyde, Homer and Marge (again) are star-crossed dog lovers Shady and the Vamp, and Nelson and Lisa are drug-addled punk rockers Sid Vicious and Nancy Spungen.

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  • S19Ep11: That 90’s Show  1/27/2008  

    Homer and Marge decide to tell their children about their lives during the 1990s, when Marge was a college student in love with her professor while Homer started a grunge band called Sadgasm.

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  • S19Ep10: E. Pluribus Wiggum  1/6/2008  

    Homer burns down Springfield's fast-food restaurants after one last binge before he starts his diet. In order to rebuild them, Mayor Quimby moves up election day, making Springfield's primary election the first in the nation, but when everyone gets sick of the media attention and lackluster candidates, they all cast a write-in vote for Ralph Wiggum.

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  • S19Ep9: Eternal Moonshine of the Simpson Mind  12/16/2007  

    Homer wakes up in the snow with no memory of what he did the night before--and begins fearing the worst when his family ends up missing, Chief Wiggum tells Homer that there was a domestic disturbance at 742 Evergreen Terrace, and Moe tells Homer that he drank a "Forget Me Shot" (a potent cocktail that erases the last 24 hours of a person's life) to get rid of something horrible he did the day before.

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  • S19Ep8: Funeral for a Fiend  11/25/2007  

    The Simpson family agrees to go to a rib restaurant, and after arriving, they discover Sideshow Bob attempts to murder the entire family. When Bob is captured by the police, he is put on trial, where Bart throws away his vial of medicine, inadvertently killing him. Bob's brother Cecil invites Bart to pay his last respects to Sideshow Bob, which turns out to be an elaborate plot by Bob's family to have Bart killed once and for all.

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  • S19Ep7: Husbands and Knives  11/18/2007  

    Disappointed with Springfield's snooty, glitzy L.A. Body Works gym, Marge opens her own facility for ''real women" called "Shapes". Meanwhile, the kids of Springfield go to a new comic book store where the clerk (a man named Milo) is nicer than The Android Dungeon's Comic Book Guy, and Homer becomes obsessed with getting plastic surgery.

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  • S19Ep6: Little Orphan Millie  11/11/2007  

    When Milhouse's parents celebrate their remarriage on a cruise ship, they end up lost at sea, and Milhouse must man up now that he's an orphan. Meanwhile, Marge hides her eyes from Homer when Homer admits that he doesn't know what color they are.

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  • S19Ep5: Treehouse of Horror XVIII  11/4/2007  

    The series' 18th Halloween show features parodies of movies in three vignettes: "E.T. Go Home" - In this send-up of E.T., Bart and Lisa find Kodos (who is hiding from the government) and help him obtain devices to contact his home planet, but Kodos' intentions are proven to be murderous. "Mr. and Mrs. Simpson" - In this send-up of Mr. and Mrs. Smith, Homer lives a double life as a government assassin, but discovers that Marge is one too and must eliminate her after she botched his attempt at assassinating Kent Brockman. "Heck House" - In this send-up of Se7en, Ned Flanders turns the church into a Hell house and asks God for devilish powers so he can teach the children the consequences of committing the seven deadly sins.

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  • S19Ep4: I Don’t Wanna Know Why the Caged Bird Sings  10/14/2007  

    in the middle of a bank heist, Marge convinces a disturbed robber named Dwight to give himself up with a promise that she will visit him in prison. Marge doesn't live up to her promise and Dwight soon breaks out of jail and is in search of Marge.

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  • S19Ep3: Midnight Towboy  10/7/2007  

    Homer begins working in the towing industry, but he runs into some trouble when he becomes mad with power and is framed for towing in a rival's territory. Meanwhile, Marge hires a specialist for Maggie who can make children independent from their parents.

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  • S19Ep2: Homer of Seville  9/30/2007  

    A back injury puts Homer out of work at the nuclear plant--and into work as an opera singer after it's discovered that Homer has an impressive baritone while lying down.

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  • S19Ep1: He Loves To Fly And He D’ohs  9/23/2007  

    Homer saves Mr. Burns' life and is rewarded with a trip in Monty's private jet, which depresses Homer when he realizes he'll never be successful enough to own and fly in a personal jet.

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Season 18

Season 17

  • S17Ep22: Marge and Homer Turn a Couple Play  5/21/2006  

    A first baseman for the Springfield Isotopes and his wife, a stripper/pop singer named Tabitha Vixx, call upon Homer and Marge to help him with their love life.

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  • S17Ep21: The Monkey Suit  5/14/2006  

    Reverend Lovejoy is appointed to spread the word of creationism in Springfield, making Lisa the only supporter of the scientific evolution theory proposed by Charles Darwin.

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  • S17Ep20: Regarding Margie  5/7/2006  

    Marge goes nuts trying to clean the kitchen in time for a best house contest, but when she inhales the fumes of one too many cleaning solvents, she passes out and bangs her head on a stool. When Marge comes to at the hospital, she is stricken with amnesia, which doesn't last when she immediately remembers everyone in the family through their quirks--except for Homer. With Marge's memory of Homer erased, Patty and Selma try to hook their sister up with a new man.

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  • S17Ep19: Girls Just Want to Have Sums  4/30/2006  

    Principal Skinner is replaced by a women's education expert after making a sexist statement about women’s math skills during a musical (which was written by a former female Springfield Elementary school student who was a math whiz), who segregates the school by gender. At first, Lisa loves the arrangement, but when she discovers that the girls' classes are more about self-esteem boosting than actual learning, Lisa disguises herself as a boy and attends the boys' classes.

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  • S17Ep18: The Wettest Stories Ever Told  4/23/2006  

    When the Simpsons' plans for a nice family outing at the Frying Dutchman turn into a dining disaster, the family (and show writers) try to salvage the night by telling three tales of disasters at sea.

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  • S17Ep17: Kiss Kiss Bang Bangalore  4/9/2006  

    Patty and Selma abduct Richard Dean Anderson (the actor best known for playing MacGyver) during the Springfield Stargate SG-1 convention. Meanwhile, Mr. Burns outsources his nuclear plant to India and chooses Homer to be the new boss.

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  • S17Ep16: Million Dollar Abie  4/2/2006  

    After costing Springfield their chance at getting a major football team, Grampa contemplates suicide and goes to a doctor specializing in euthanasia. However, when the police arrests the doctor and Grampa realizes he's not dead, he starts a new life as a bullfighter for the newly converted stadium.

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  • S17Ep15: Homer Simpson, This is Your Wife  3/26/2006  

    Homer's obsession with Lenny's new plasma TV prompts Marge to enter the family in a sweepstakes, and they win a trip to the Fox Studio Lot. Against Marge's wishes, Homer signs them up for a "Trading Spouses"/"Wife Swap"-style reality show and is forced to take in a controlling wife, while Marge moves in with a beaten-down husband, Charlie, and his perfect son.

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  • S17Ep14: Bart Has Two Mommies  3/19/2006  

    Ned Flanders wins a new computer and offers it to Marge, as he has no use for it. In return, Marge babysits the Flanders children. With Marge spending so much time at The Flanders', Homer must look after Bart and Lisa. Homer takes the kids to an animal retirement home, but the trip goes awry when Toot-Toot the monkey pulls Bart into her cage and holds him hostage

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  • S17Ep13: The Seemingly Never-Ending Story  3/12/2006  

    While cave exploring with his family, Homer causes the cave to crumble and finds himself stuck upside down in the ceiling. Marge and Bart search for help while Lisa passes the time by telling Homer a story, which turns into a chain of narrated tales that, bit by bit, explain why The Simpsons are spending the day at Carl's Dad Caverns.

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  • S17Ep12: My Fair Laddy  2/26/2006  

    Lisa attempts to transform Groundskeeper Willie into a proper gentleman. Meanwhile, Homer becomes a human billboard to save the company that makes his famous blue pants.

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  • S17Ep11: We’re on the Road to D’oh-where  1/29/2006  

    After Bart steals a key from Principal Skinner's office and gets himself into hot water, Principal Skinner sentences Bart to a "behavior modification camp"--and Homer must give up his Vegas vacation with his bar buddies in order to go. Meanwhile, Marge and Lisa have a yard sale--and discover that their biggest-selling product are the many expired medications they've accumulated over the years.

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  • S17Ep10: Homer’s Paternity Coot  1/8/2006  

    A frozen mailman is discovered after smoke from the Springfield Tire Fire melts the snow on Mt. Springfield, and Homer finds a letter from a man who may be Homer's real father.

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  • S17Ep9: Simpson Christmas Stories  12/18/2005  

    In this three-part Christmas episode, Homer tells his rendition of Jesus's birth in "The First (Annoyed Grunt)-El", Grampa tells a Yuletide war story in "I Saw Grampa Cussing Santa Claus", and Springfield musically prepares for Christmas in "The Nutcracker...Sweet".

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  • S17Ep8: The Italian Bob  12/11/2005  

    After Mr. Burns crashes his car, he sends Homer and the family off to Italy to pick up his new fancy sports car. While on their Italian adventure, the Simpsons end up stranded in a small Italian village where a rehabilitated Sideshow Bob reigns as mayor with a wife and son.

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  • S17Ep7: The Last of the Red Hat Mamas  11/27/2005  

    Marge joins a woman's group after Homer humiliates her at a fancy party, but Marge discovers that her new friends are thieves planning a heist. Meanwhile, Lisa searches for a tutor to help her speak Italian--and finds one in Milhouse.

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  • S17Ep6: See Homer Run  11/20/2005  

    In order to win back Lisa's love after shunning her Father's Day gift to him, Homer takes a job as a costumed mascot known as "The Safety Salamander", who wins public acclaim for saving drivers from a car accident. Meanwhile, Springfield holds a recall election in order to get Mayor Quimby out of office.

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  • S17Ep5: Marge’s Son Poisoning  11/13/2005  

    Marge buys a tandem bicycle and after she fails to ride it on her own, Bart offers to ride with her. He soon finds himself increasingly spending time with his mother, until school bullies accuse him of being a "mama's boy". Meanwhile, Moe pushes Homer into the world of professional arm wrestling after seeing Homer doing 1000 reps on his right arm.

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  • S17Ep4: Treehouse of Horror XVI  11/6/2005  

    B.I.: Bartificial Intelligence – Bart falls into a coma after trying to jump into the swimming pool at Patty and Selma's apartment complex. With Bart incapacitated, the Simpsons buy a robot son, who proves to be a better son than Bart ever was. Survival of the Fattest – Homer and several other male secondary characters are unwilling contestants on "The World Series of Manslaughter", a survival reality show in which Mr Burns tries to kill them all. I've Grown a Costume on Your Face – After she loses a Halloween costume contest, a witch turns the townspeople into their Halloween costumes, and Lisa (who is now Albert Einstein) finds out that Maggie (who is dressed as a witch) is the key to revert the spell.

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  • S17Ep3: Milhouse of Sand and Fog  9/25/2005  

    Homer tries to capitalize on a "pox party" after Maggie is infected with chicken pox, but ends up catching it himself. Meanwhile, Milhouse's parents reunite after years of being divorced, but Milhouse and Bart try to break them up again after Milhouse isn't receiving any attention.

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  • S17Ep2: The Girl Who Slept Too Little  9/18/2005  

    After the family successfully protest against a stamp museum being built next to their house, a cemetery is built near the Simpson house instead, making the normally unflappable Lisa realize that someone as smart as her can be afraid of something.

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  • S17Ep1: Bonfire of the Manatees  9/11/2005  

    After Homer gets into trouble over his football gambling debts, he allows the Springfield Mafia to shoot a "snuggle film" in the house without Marge's permission. When she and the kids return home from a trip to "Santa's Village" and find production still going on, a furious Marge leaves for the beach--and encounters a marine biologist named Caleb Thorn who has dedicated his life to saving manatees.

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Season 16

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Season 10

  • S10Ep23: 30 Minutes Over Tokyo  5/16/1999  

    When Snake Jailbird steals the Simpson family's bank account, The Simpsons go on a budget (again) and save enough to buy a trip to Japan--where they blow all their vacation money and must compete on a sadistic game show in order to return to the U.S.

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  • S10Ep22: They Saved Lisa’s Brain  5/9/1999  

    Springfield's branch of Mensa International invites Lisa to join the group after reading her open letter of Springfield's lack of intellectualism following a riot at a gross-out contest. Meanwhile, Homer becomes a model for an erotic photographer.

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  • S10Ep21: Monty Can’t Buy Me Love  5/2/1999  

    When a popular, charming billionaire named Arthur Fortune opens a megastore in Springfield, Mr. Burns realizes that no one loves him (except for Smithers, whose love he spurns), and calls upon Homer to help him be more popular.

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  • S10Ep20: The Old Man and the “C” Student  4/25/1999  

    After costing Springfield the Olympics with a racially offensive stand-up act, Bart is forced to "volunteer" at the Springfield Retirement Castle. Meanwhile Homer starts his latest get-rich-quick scheme: selling springs that were supposed to be used as the Olympics mascot.

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  • S10Ep19: Mom and Pop Art  4/11/1999  

    After an art dealer sees Homer's botched attempt at building a brick barbecue as a masterpiece, Homer is hailed as an "outsider artist".

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  • S10Ep18: Simpsons Bible Stories  4/4/1999  

    Reverend Lovejoy punishes the congregation with a thorough reading of the Bible after discovering a chocolate Easter bunny in the collection plate (that Homer got from the trash). This leads to the Simpson family dreaming of themselves in Biblical stores: Adam and Eve: Homer and Marge are Adam and Eve, who get tempted by a snake who looks like Snake Jailbird into eating the forbidden fruit from the Tree of Knowledge. Moses: Milhouse is Moses, who fights back against the Egyptians (Principal Skinner and the Springfield Police) in order to free the Jews (the children of Springfield Elementary). King Solomon: In this short piece, Homer is King Solomon, who must decide which man (Lenny and Carl) is the true owner of a cherry pie. David and Goliath: Bart is David who tries to slay Goliath (Nelson Muntz) after Goliath kills David's oldest friend (Grampa Simpson as Methuseleh).

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  • S10Ep17: Maximum Homerdrive  3/28/1999  

    While at a steakhouse, a trucker named Red challenges Homer to an eating contest, ending with Homer losing the match and the trucker losing his life. To make it up to him, Homer becomes a trucker and takes Bart along for the ride. Meanwhile, after deducing that only Homer and Bart get to do the fun things in life, Marge and Lisa decide to excite their lives by installing a new doorbell.

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  • S10Ep16: Make Room For Lisa  2/28/1999  

    When Homer uses Lisa's room as a cellular phone transmitter to pay off damages done to the Bill of Rights at a Smithsonian exhibit, Lisa begins developing stress-related stomach aches and fears that she and Homer will never be close because of their clashing personalities. Meanwhile, Marge uses Maggie's baby monitor to listen in on phone calls.

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  • S10Ep15: Marge Simpson in: “Screaming Yellow Honkers”  2/21/1999  

    Homer buys a Canyonero, a giant all-terrain vehicle. At first he's excited about his new car, but when he discovers that the F-Series was made primarily for women, he gives it to Marge. Marge takes to the vehicle by becoming a more reckless, aggressive driver.

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  • S10Ep14: I’m With Cupid  2/14/1999  

    When Apu finds increasingly elaborate ways of expressing his love for his wife, the men of Springfield feel as though they're being shown up in the romance department.

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  • S10Ep13: Homer to the Max  2/7/1999  

    Homer takes advantage of the fact that a suave TV show character has the same name as he does, but when said suave TV character is turned into a fat, bumbling idiot, Homer petitions the court to have his own name legally changed.

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  • S10Ep12: Sunday, Cruddy Sunday  1/31/1999  

    Homer, Bart and a group of men from around Springfield go to Miami to watch the Super Bowl, only to find upon arrival that their tickets are fake. Back at home, Marge and Lisa, in an attempt to alleviate their boredom, play with a Vincent Price egg painting set.

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  • S10Ep11: Wild Barts Can’t Be Broken  1/17/1999  

    Homer and his buddies start a riot after the Springfield Isotopes win the league championship. Thinking the destruction is the fault of the town's youth, the authorities impose a curfew for everyone under the age of 18, which the kids rebel against by starting an after-midnight pirate radio station.

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  • S10Ep10: Viva Ned Flanders  1/10/1999  

    After Flanders reveals that he's 60 years old and looks young because he's never done anything reckless in his life, everyone in town begins pitying Flanders for being a prude. In an attempt to show Flanders a good time, Homer takes him to Las Vegas, where they gamble and drink--and end up married to two sleazy barmaids named Amber and Ginger.

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  • S10Ep9: Mayored to the Mob  12/20/1998  

    When Homer saves Mayor Quimby and Star Wars star Mark Hamill's lives during a sci-fi convention riot, the Mayor hires him as his personal bodyguard.

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  • S10Ep8: Homer Simpson in: “Kidney Trouble”  12/6/1998  

    When Homer refuses to pull the car over and let Grampa go to the bathroom, the old man's kidneys explode. Out of guilt, Homer agrees to donate one of his kidneys to his father--but ends up running away when Homer's friends scare him with worst-case scenarios of what could happen during and after the operation.

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  • S10Ep7: Lisa Gets an “A”  11/22/1998  

    While sick from school, Lisa becomes obsessed with a video game and forgets to study for a test. Not willing to fail, she calls upon Bart and Nelson to help her cheat. Meanwhile, Homer houses a lobster to eat, but becomes emotionally attached to it and makes it his pet.

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  • S10Ep6: D’Oh-in’ in the Wind  11/15/1998  

    While filling out a Screen Actors Guild form (after starring in an instructional video filmed at the nuclear plant), Homer realizes that he doesn't know what his middle initial "J" stands for. After finding the (obvious) answer on a mural in the hippie commune where his mother once lived, Homer decides to live the hippie lifestyle.

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  • S10Ep5: When You Dish Upon a Star  11/8/1998  

    When a parasailing accident sends Homer crashing into the secret home of Hollywood couple Kim Basinger and Alec Baldwin, they hire him as their personal assistant, provided that Homer doesn't tell anyone where Baldwin and Basinger are.

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  • S10Ep4: Treehouse of Horror IX  10/25/1998  

    In this year's gruesome grouping of Halloween gore: "Hell Toupee" – Homer gets a hair transplant from Snake Jailbird (who was sentenced to death after breaking the city's three strikes law), who proceeds to possess Homer, forcing him to kill the people who witnessed Snake's final crime--including his son, Bart. "The Terror of Tiny Toon" – When Lisa and Bart find a plutonium rod to use as a remote control battery, the two get sucked into a special, extremely violent Halloween episode of The Itchy and Scratchy Show. "Starship Poopers" – Marge, Homer, and Kang end up on The Jerry Springer Show after Marge confesses to Homer that Maggie is an alien and that Kang is her real father.

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  • S10Ep3: Bart the Mother  9/27/1998  

    Nelson invites Bart over to shoot off a BB gun he won at an arcade center. When Bart uses it and kills a mother bird, Bart feels guilty (and Marge punishes Bart by having nothing to do with him) and takes it upon himself to nurse the orphaned eggs.

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  • S10Ep2: The Wizard of Evergreen Terrace  9/20/1998  

    Homer becomes depressed when he discovers that he hasn't done anything in life that will be considered worthwhile after he dies. In an attempt to find a way to be remembered, Lisa introduces Homer to Thomas Edison, prompting him to become an inventor himself.

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  • S10Ep1: Lard of the Dance  8/23/1998  

    Lisa befriends a new student named Alex Whitney, whose mature attitude convinces Lisa's friends to be just like her. Meanwhile, Homer convinces Bart to drop out of school for what he thinks to be a more promising pursuit: selling grease.

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Season 9

  • S9Ep25: Natural Born Kissers  5/17/1998  

    In this incredibly revealing episode, Homer and Marge try once again to spark up their waning love life, only to learn that they can only get turned on by having sex in public. Meanwhile, Bart and Lisa fool around with Grampa's metal detector and find a film reel containing the lost ending to Casablanca.

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  • S9Ep24: Lost Our Lisa  5/10/1998  

    When Lisa cons Homer into letting her ride the bus alone to the Springsonian Museum for the "Treasures of Isis" exhibit, she gets lost along the way. Meanwhile, Bart gets sent to the hospital after using ultra-strength glue to stick novelty items on his face.

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  • S9Ep23: King of the Hill  5/3/1998  

    After Homer humiliates Bart during a game of Capture the Flag, Homer decides to buckle down and start working out. Soon, he becomes fit--and the perfect spokesman for a publicity stunt by a health food company.

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  • S9Ep22: Trash of the Titans  4/26/1998  

    After a spat with some garbage men, Homer decides to run for the position of Sanitation Commissioner. He takes on the current commissioner, Ray Patterson, who is endorsed by the members of U2, and wins the election by making wild campaign promises.

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  • S9Ep21: Girly Edition  4/19/1998  

    A children's news show is airing on TV (after executives feel that children aren't learning anything from watching Itchy and Scratchy reruns). Lisa is chosen to be the head anchorwoman, but it's Bart and his trite human-interest stories who steal the show. Meanwhile, Homer adopts a monkey and trains it to do menial tasks for him, but ends up making it a fat, drunken slob.

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  • S9Ep20: The Trouble With Trillions  4/5/1998  

    In order to avoid an audit, Homer serves as an IRS spy in a sting operation targeting Mr. Burns (who was charged with embezzling a trillion dollars that would have gone to help ravaged European cities after World War II), but after hearing Mr. Burns's rant on how wasteful the American government is when it comes to money, Homer joins his boss and Smithers in fleeing to Cuba.

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  • S9Ep19: Simpson Tide  3/29/1998  

    After once again getting fired from the nuclear plant, Homer joins the Naval Reserve (with Moe, Barney, and Apu joining him as well).

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  • S9Ep18: This Little Wiggy  3/22/1998  

    While enjoying the day at a hands-on science museum, Marge notices that Chief Wiggum's son, Ralph, has no friends and sets him up with Bart, who at first doesn't like Ralph, but soon warms up to him when Bart finds all of Chief Wiggum's police equipment.

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  • S9Ep17: Lisa the Simpson  3/8/1998  

    When Lisa is unable to figure out a simple brain teaser, Grampa Simpson tells Lisa that she is genetically predisposed to lose her intelligence at a young age, just like Homer, Bart, and Grampa himself. Meanwhile, Apu turns his Kwik-E-Mart into a carnival sideshow after Jasper locks himself in the grocery freezer in order to stay alive in the future.

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  • S9Ep16: Dumbbell Indemnity  3/1/1998  

    Moe falls in love with a beautiful woman named Renee, but Moe soon realizes that he needs money to keep the romance going, so he recruits Homer into committing insurance fraud on his car.

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  • S9Ep15: The Last Temptation of Krusty  2/22/1998  

    Krusty bombs out at a comedy festival with hopelessly out-of-date material. After a hard drinking binge, Krusty's friends, Bart and Jay Leno, help re-invent the clown as a cynical, Bill Hicks-meets-Dennis Miller-meets-George Carlin-style comedian who isn't afraid to tell it like it is.

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  • S9Ep14: Das Bus  2/15/1998  

    The children of Springfield Elementary School get stranded on a desert island on the way to a Model United Nations session. Meanwhile, Homer starts up his own Internet company, despite not knowing what The Internet is and having no discernible business plan.

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  • S9Ep13: The Joy of Sect  2/8/1998  

    Homer gets brainwashed into joining a cult called "The Movementarians", but Marge wants out when she sees what it's doing to her family. Meanwhile, Mr. Burns tries to set up a cult of his own.

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  • S9Ep12: Bart Carny  1/11/1998  

    Bart and Homer get jobs working for a carnival after Bart wrecks Adolf Hitler's car. While there, they befriend Cooder and his son Spud. The friendship takes a turn for the worse when Cooder and Spud are forced to move in with the Simpsons after Homer's stupidity cost them their ring toss booth/house.

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  • S9Ep11: All Singing, All Dancing  1/4/1998  

    When Homer accidentally rents a Paint Your Wagon-esque musical western, the rest of The Simpson family take a look back at all the show's musical moments, from Apu's "Who Needs the Kwik-E-Mart" to Lionel Lanley's "Monorail" song--and resident criminal Snake does the viewers a favor by holding the family hostage to keep them from singing any further.

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  • S9Ep10: Miracle on Evergreen Terrace  12/21/1997  

    When Bart accidentally destroys his family's Christmas tree and all the presents underneath it on Christmas morning, he lies and says that he saw a burglar steal their stuff. While the town pours their hearts and wallets out to The Simpsons, Bart feels more guilty and finally tells the truth, leading The Simpsons to be pariahs in their own town.

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  • S9Ep9: Realty Bites  12/7/1997  

    Marge pursues a new career in real estate sales while Homer is pursued by Snake after Homer wins Snake's 1968 Ford Thunderbird at a police auction.

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  • S9Ep8: Lisa the Skeptic  11/23/1997  

    During an archeological dig in Sabertooth Meadow, the students of Springfield Elementary School unearth a strange skeleton of what appears to be a winged human. Everyone in town believes that it's an angel's skeleton, but the ever-logical Lisa doesn't think so. As she tries to find out the skeleton's origins, Homer exploits the miracle by charging people to see it--and things get really scary when the angel skeleton predicts that the end of the world will come.

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  • S9Ep7: The Two Mrs. Nahasapeemapetilons  11/16/1997  

    Apu's life as a swinging bachelor comes to an end when he receives a letter from his mother, who reminds Apu that he was arranged to be married to a woman named Manjula.

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  • S9Ep6: Bart Star  11/9/1997  

    Springfield starts a pee-wee football team to combat childhood obesity. Flanders is chosen as the team captain, but Homer's constant heckling leads to Homer himself becoming coach--and less-talented Bart to be the quarterback instead of the infinitely-better Nelson Muntz.

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  • S9Ep5: The Cartridge Family  11/2/1997  

    When a riot erupts at a Continental Soccer Association match, Homer buys a gun to protect his family, but his reckless handling of the weapon causes yet another rift in his marriage to Marge when Marge and the kids abandon him.

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  • S9Ep4: Treehouse of Horror VIII  10/26/1997  

    Three new yucky Halloween yarns from your favorite yellow family: The H?mega Man – The French launch a nuclear attack against Springfield after Mayor Quimby cracks an offensive joke about frog's legs. Everyone in town dies--except for Homer who was in a bomb shelter. Homer enjoys life as the last man alive...until zombies come after him. Fly Vs. Fly – Bart uses Professor Frink's teleporter to turn himself into a fly while the mutant fly takes over Bart's human body. Easy Bake Coven – In a Puritan town in 1649, Goody Marge is accused of witchcraft after three other women are burned at the stake. When the accusations prove true, Marge runs away to her sisters' cave and the three plot to eat the town's children--which inadvertantly becomes the story of how Halloween was invented.

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  • S9Ep3: Lisa’s Sax  10/19/1997  

    After Lisa's saxophone gets run over in a freak accident, a walk down memory lane reveals the sad story of how Bart became a troublemaker, how Lisa's talent for music manifested itself, and how Homer gave up his air conditioner money to buy Lisa her saxophone.

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  • S9Ep2: The Principal and the Pauper  9/28/1997  

    During Principal Skinner's 20th anniversary party at Springfield Elementary, a man named Sgt. Seymour Skinner, shows up, claiming Principal Skinner stole his identity. When Principal Skinner reveals that his real name is Armin Tamzarian and that he assumed Sgt. Skinner's identity when Sgt. Skinner was thought to have died, Armin/Seymour resigns as principal and heads back to Capitiol City.

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  • S9Ep1: The City of New York vs. Homer Simpson  9/21/1997  

    When Barney steals Homer's car and leaves it illegally parked between the World Trade Center's Twin Towers, Homer and his family are forced to go to the Big Apple to retrieve it.

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Season 8

  • S8Ep25: The Secret War of Lisa Simpson  5/18/1997  

    After unleashing a massive soundwave onto the town, Bart is sentenced to enroll in the Rommelwood Military Academy, which a bored Lisa wants to go to as well after feeling that public school is not challenging enough for her.

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  • S8Ep24: The Simpsons Spin-Off Showcase  5/11/1997  

    Troy McClure hosts a special episode which features three ideas for spin-offs to The Simpsons: Chief Wiggum, P.I. – a crime drama where Chief Wiggum and Seymour Skinner are detectives in New Orleans and Ralph gets kidnapped. The Love-Matic Grampa – a sitcom where Grampa's soul is contained in Moe's Love Tester machine and now must help Moe find love. The Simpson Family Smile-Time Variety Hour – a Brady Bunch Hour-meets-Laugh In-meets-1970s Saturday Night Live style sketch show hosted by The Simpsons (save for Lisa, who is replaced by a peppy 20-year-old bimbo).

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  • S8Ep23: Homer’s Enemy  5/4/1997  

    A new employee named Frank Grimes comes to work at the Springfield Nuclear Power Plant. Grimes has a huge chip on his shoulder after a life of bad luck and hard work. When he meets Homer, he is incensed that someone can live so well without doing anything at all and sets out to prove that a boob like Homer should not be praised for his idiocy. Meanwhile, Bart wins an abandoned factory at an auction and uses it as his own personal playground.

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  • S8Ep22: In Marge We Trust  4/27/1997  

    Concerned that Reverend Lovejoy doesn't care about his parishioners' problems anymore, Marge takes over as the church's "Listen Lady". Meanwhile, Homer discovers a box from Japan that has his face on it.

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  • S8Ep21: The Old Man and Lisa  4/20/1997  

    While Lisa tries to get the family involved in recycling, Mr. Burns loses his fortune and is forced to live like a working-class person. The two characters' paths cross when Mr. Burns shows an interest in recycling to gain his fortune back.

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  • S8Ep20: The Canine Mutiny  4/13/1997  

    Bart fills out a credit card application under the family dog's name and uses the card to buy toys, electronics, gifts for the family, and a dog named Laddie who is more disclipined and friendlier than Santa's Little Helper (the latter of which ends up repossessed after Bart fails to make payments on his credit card).

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  • S8Ep19: Grade School Confidential  4/6/1997  

    During Martin's birthday party, Principal Skinner and Mrs. Krabappel strike up casual, yet awkward conversation. When all of the kids get sick from oysters, Skinner and Krabappel hide out in a kiddie playhouse and kiss--which is witnessed by Bart. Skinner silences Bart by relabeling his permanent record so that way it belongs to Milhouse, but Bart soon reveals all when Skinner and Krabappel use Bart as their liasion to keep their liasion from being discovered.

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  • S8Ep18: Homer vs. the Eighteenth Amendment  3/16/1997  

    Alcohol is banned from Springfield after Bart accidentally gets drunk at the St. Patrick's Day town parade. Rex Banner is appointed to replace Chief Wiggum as police chief to enforce the new laws and stop Fat Tony from smuggling. Rex is successful, but then Homer starts to smuggle alcohol under the name "The Beer Baron".

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  • S8Ep17: My Sister, My Sitter  3/2/1997  

    Lisa embarks on a career as a babysitter, where her latest challenge is to babysit her brother Bart and baby sister Maggie while Homer and Marge go on a date at the newly renovated Squidport boardwalk.

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  • S8Ep16: Brother From Another Series  2/23/1997  

    Once again, Sideshow Bob is released from prison, on the condition that he is looked after by his brother, Cecil Terwilliger, who turns out to be just as devious as his brother.

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  • S8Ep15: Homer’s Phobia  2/16/1997  

    After Bart wrecks the dryer, Marge tries to sell her Johnny Reb figurine...until a kitschy antique store owner named John reveals that the figurine is a flask. Soon, the family befriends John...until Homer freaks out when Marge tells Homer that John is a homosexual. Worried that Bart may emulate John instead of his own father, Homer takes Bart on a journey to become manly.

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  • S8Ep14: The Itchy & Scratchy & Poochie Show  2/9/1997  

    The Itchy and Scratchy Show faces a crisis of quality when the ratings show a slight drop-off and Bart and Lisa don't find it that interesting to watch anymore. To save the show, Roger Meyers and his crew come up with a new character: Poochie the Dog, and hire Homer Simpson as the character's voice artist. But when everyone sees through this marketing ploy, The Itchy and Scratchy Show is hated even more and Homer must do something to save the character and the show.

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  • S8Ep13: Simpsoncalifragilisticexpiala (Annoyed Grunt) cious  2/7/1997  

    In this Simpsonized send-up of Mary Poppins, the family hire a magical British nanny named Sherri Bobbins after Marge's hair falls out due to stress.

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  • S8Ep12: Mountain of Madness  2/2/1997  

    To encourage teamwork, Mr. Burns takes all of his employees to a corporate retreat in the mountains, where Homer teams up with his boss...and the two end up trapped in a cabin thanks to an avalanche.

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  • S8Ep11: The Twisted World of Marge Simpson  1/19/1997  

    After Marge gets kicked out of the local women's business club, Marge starts a business of her own selling pretzels, but when the pretzels don't sell, Homer helps his depressed wife by recruiting the help of Fat Tony and his "legitimate" businessmen.

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  • S8Ep10: The Springfield Files  1/12/1997  

    Leonard Nimoy presents the strange tale of Homer Simpson's close encounter with an extraterrestrial being after a drunken walk home from Moe's one late Friday night.

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  • S8Ep9: El Viaje de Nuestro Jomer (The Mysterious Voyage of Homer)  1/5/1997  

    After eating a dish laced with potent Guatemalan peppers at Springfield's chili cook-off, Homer goes on a psychedelic journey where a space coyote tells him he must find his soulmate.

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  • S8Ep8: Hurricane Neddy  12/29/1996  

    A hurricane hits Springfield and wipes out the Flanders's house. While in the church homeless shelter, the town works together to rebuild The Flanders's house, but when the house turns out to be a disaster, Ned verbally assaults everyone involved and commits himself to the Calmwood Mental Hospital.

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  • S8Ep7: Lisa’s Date With Density  12/15/1996  

    Nelson is punished for vandalizing Superintendent Chalmers' car and has to help Willie around the schoolyard. When Lisa watches Nelson torment Willie, she finds herself attracted to him and tries to change Nelson into a better person. Meanwhile, Homer steals an autodialer that was used in a telemarketing scam and uses it to create a telemarketing scam of his own.

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  • S8Ep6: A Milhouse Divided  12/1/1996  

    During a dinner party at The Simpsons, Milhouse's parents, Kirk and Luanne, argue about their problems, and during a game of Pictionary, Luanne announces that she wants a divorce. While Milhouse is surprisingly taking the family change well, Homer worries that Marge will leave him after seeing Kirk's life fall apart without his wife.

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  • S8Ep5: Bart After Dark  11/24/1996  

    While Marge and Lisa go to the beach to clean rocks that have been splattered with oil after a supertanker accident, Bart is sentenced to doing housework for a creepy old woman in her mansion--which turns out to be a burlesque club, featuring gambling, drinking, and risque entertainment.

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  • S8Ep4: Burns, Baby Burns  11/17/1996  

    Mr. Burns' long-lost illegitimate son, Larry, shows up and wants just a little "respect." Mr. Burns initially welcomes Larry, but rejects his son when he turns out to be a total idiot.

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  • S8Ep3: The Homer They Fall  11/10/1996  

    After Homer confronts Dolph's, Jimbo's, and Kearney's fathers over a belt that was stolen from Bart, Moe pushes Homer to get into boxing after seeing Homer withstand many blows to the head.

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  • S8Ep2: You Only Move Twice  11/3/1996  

    When Homer accepts a new job at the Globex Corporation the Simpson family moves to Cypress Creek. Homer enjoys his new work and his easy-going boss, but is completely unaware that his boss is an evil genius and that the company is a vehicle for international extortion. The rest of the family have trouble settling in Cypress Creek and Homer must make a choice between Cypress Creek and Springfield.

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  • S8Ep1: Treehouse of Horror VII  10/27/1996  

    In this year's spooky series of Halloween stories: The Thing and I - Bart and Lisa investigate strange noises coming from the attic, and find a mutant boy who is really Bart's long-lost Siamese twin brother. The Genesis Tub - Lisa's tooth-in-cola science project turns into a mini-universe after Bart zaps it with static electricity. Citizen Kang - Kang and Kodos disguise themselves as Bill Clinton and Bob Dole during the 1996 Presidential election, and Homer tries to warn people not to vote for either of them.

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Season 3

  • S3Ep24: Brother, Can You Spare Two Dimes?  8/27/1992  

    Homer's half-brother Herb Powell returns, but this time not as a successful businessman. After Homer wrecked his car company, Herb has become a bum, but with a little help from Maggie, he thinks he has come up with a shoo-in invention that will put him back on top.

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  • S3Ep23: Bart’s Friend Falls in Love  5/7/1992  

    Everything's coming up Milhouse when Bart's best friend falls in love with the new girl, Samantha Stanky, which endangers his friendship with Bart. Meanwhile, Marge orders subliminal cassette tapes for Homer's weight loss, but ends up getting vocabulary builder tapes for Homer instead.

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  • S3Ep22: The Otto Show  4/23/1992  

    After seeing Spinal Tap bring the house down (sort of) in concert, Bart decides he wants to learn how to play electric guitar. Meanwhile, Otto the bus driver loses his job after revealing he never got a driver's license and ends up at The Simpsons' house after getting evicted.

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  • S3Ep21: Black Widower  4/9/1992  

    Selma invites her new fiance to dinner, but the kids are horrified when their soon-to-be-uncle is Sideshow Bob.

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  • S3Ep20: Colonel Homer  3/26/1992  

    After a fight during a boring movie, Homer runs off to a redneck bar, where he meets a beautiful cocktail waitress named Lurleen Lumpkin with dreams of being a singer. Homer decides to be her manager, but the fact that Lurleen is young and pretty makes Marge think that Homer would rather be with Lurleen than her.

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  • S3Ep19: Dog of Death  3/12/1992  

    While Homer catches lottery fever, the family must cut their budget to pay for Santa's Little Helper's operation.

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  • S3Ep18: Separate Vocations  2/27/1992  

    After taking career aptitude tests, Lisa discovers that the occupation she's best suited for is homemaker (which she doesn't like because she had dreams of being a jazz musician) while Bart discovers that he's best suited to be a police officer (which causes the former bad boy to straighten up and fly right after he almost gets killed by Snake during a night with Chief Wiggum).

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  • S3Ep17: Homer at the Bat  2/20/1992  

    Mr. Burns makes a million dollar bet with his arch-rival Aristotle Amadopolis that the Springfield Nuclear Power Plant team will beat the Shelbyville Nuclear Power Plant team in the softball championships. To ensure victory, Burns hires a number of ringers, including pro baseball players Darryl Strawberry, Ken Griffey, Jr., Steve Sax, Roger Clemens, Jose Canseco, Don Mattingly, Ozzie Smith, Wade Boggs and Mike Scioscia to replace the plant employees he cut from the team.

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  • S3Ep16: Bart the Lover  2/13/1992  

    Bart gets detention for breaking the class fish tank with a yo-yo. When he tries to get it back from Mrs. Krabappel, Bart finds a personal ad Krabappel placed in a magazine and begins writing love letters to her under the guise of a man named Woodrow. Meanwhile, Homer opts to build Santa's Little Helper a doghouse--and ends up creating a swear jar to curb his cursing after Todd Flanders picks up Homer's foul language.

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  • S3Ep15: Homer Alone  2/6/1992  

    Marge has a nervous breakdown while running errands and gets arrested for obstructing traffic. Once she's released, Marge decides to go to a weekend spa called Rancho Relaxo, leaving Bart and Lisa with the Gruesome Twosome, Patti and Selma while Homer and his drinking buddy, Barney Gumble, look after Maggie.

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  • S3Ep14: Lisa the Greek  1/23/1992  

    Homer discovers that Lisa has an uncanny ability to pick winning teams while the two bond over watching football, so Homer uses Lisa to help him gamble.

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  • S3Ep13: Radio Bart  1/9/1992  

    It's Bart's tenth birthday and Bart gets a bunch of crummy gifts, except for a microphone that can transfer voices to radios. Bart uses the microphone to trick the town into thinking a boy named Timmy O'Toole is stuck in a well.

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  • S3Ep12: I Married Marge  12/26/1991  

    While Marge goes to the doctor's office to see if she's pregnant, Homer tells his children the story of how Homer and Marge dated after high school, how Marge ended up pregnant after Homer and Marge had sex at a mini-golf course, how Homer and Marge got married at a quickie wedding chapel, and how Homer got his job at the nuclear plant to provide for his new wife and unborn son.

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  • S3Ep11: Burns Verkaufen der Kraftwerk  12/5/1991  

    Mr. Burns sells The Springfield Nuclear Power Plant for $100 million to German businessmen, who get rid of the one thing that's making the plant look bad: Homer Simpson.

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  • S3Ep10: Flaming Moe’s  11/21/1991  

    Homer invents a bizarre drink he calls the Flaming Homer, but Moe ends up taking the credit for creating it and renames it The Flaming Moe.

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  • S3Ep9: Saturdays of Thunder  11/14/1991  

    Bart becomes deeply immersed in competitive soapbox racing while Homer realizes that he knows nothing about his son. Meanwhile, Patty and Selma get their hair done like Mary Tyler Moore.

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  • S3Ep8: Lisa’s Pony  11/7/1991  

    Homer makes up for his latest example of fatherly ineptitude (failing to get Lisa a saxophone reed in time for the school talent show) by buying Lisa the one thing she's always wanted: a pony. But keeping the animal ends up costing the family money and Homer takes a second job at the Kwik-E-Mart to make Lisa happy.

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  • S3Ep7: Treehouse of Horror II  10/31/1991  

    When Homer, Bart, and Lisa eat a ton of candy, the three begin having various nightmares: Lisa's nightmare (The Monkey's Paw): The Simpsons visit Morocco and find a monkey's paw that makes all their wishes come true – with dire consequences. Bart's nightmare (The Bart Zone): The town of Springfield must think happy thoughts or suffer the powers of Bart's twisted imagination. Homer's nightmare (If I Only Had a Brain): Mr. Burns kills Homer (who's now working as a grave-digger) so he can transplant his brain into a robot's to create a super-efficient worker.

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  • S3Ep6: Like Father Like Clown  10/24/1991  

    When Krusty comes over to the Simpsons’ house for dinner, he reveals to them that he's Jewish, and that his father, Rabbi Krustofski disowned him for pursuing a career in comedy. While Krusty's personal and professional life begin to deteriorate, Bart and Lisa help their hero by locating Rabbi Krustofski and begging the rabbi to reunite with his son.

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  • S3Ep5: Homer Defined  10/17/1991  

    During a near-fatal meltdown at The Springfield Nuclear Power Plant, Homer frantically presses buttons on his console until he hits the right combination and saves the day. Homer becomes a hero even though he knows in his heart that what he did was a fluke. Meanwhile, Bart's friendship with Milhouse becomes strained when Milhouse's mother bars him from hanging out with her son.

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  • S3Ep4: Bart the Murderer  10/10/1991  

    When he crashes his skateboard into the stairwell of the Legitimate Businessman's Social Club, Bart falls in with a particularly bad crowd: the Springfield Mafia, and becomes their gofer.

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  • S3Ep3: When Flanders Failed  10/3/1991  

    When Flanders announces at a barbecue that he's starting his own general store catering to the left-handed, Homer wishes that his goody-goody neighbor will suffer financial ruin. Meanwhile, Bart takes karate class, but ends up cutting it when he realizes that it's not as exciting as it's cracked up to be.

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  • S3Ep2: Mr. Lisa Goes to Washington  9/26/1991  

    Lisa enters an essay contest listed in an issue of "Reader's Digest" and wins a trip for the whole family to go to Washington, D.C, but her faith in the American democracy is shattered when she spies her favorite Congressman taking a bribe and planning to level a forest.

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  • S3Ep1: Stark Raving Dad  9/19/1991  

    Homer gets in trouble for wearing a pink shirt to work and is forced to take a mental competency test. But when Bart answers "yes" to every question, Homer is taken to The New Bedlam Home for the Emotionally Interesting and meets a large, bald mental patient who thinks he's troubled pop star Michael Jackson.

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