The Simpsons

The Simpsons
The Simpsons , created by Matt Groening, first appeared on television as the subjects of animated shorts on The Tracey Ullman Show in 1987. In 1989, the FOX network gave The Simpsons a primetime slot and the rest is history. Set in Springfield, the show focuses on the antics and everyday adventures of the Simpson family: Homer, Marge, Bart, Lisa and Maggie, as well as a virtual cast of thousands. Since the beginning, The Simpsons have been pop culture icons, attracting hundreds of celebrities to guest star. The comedy has also made a name for itself in its fearless satirical take on politics, media and American life. Voiced by: Dan Castellaneta as Homer Simpson/Grampa/Krusty the Clown/Barney/Mayor Quimby; Julie Kavner as Marge Simpson/Patty Bouvier/Selma Bouvier; Nancy Cartwright as Bart Simpson/Nelson Muntz/Todd Flanders/Ralph Wiggum/Kearney; Yeardley Smith as Lisa Simpson; Hank Azaria: Apu/Carl/Comic-Book Guy/Snake/Moe Szyslak/Chief Wiggum; Harry Shearer as Mr. Burns/Lenny/Ned Flanders/Seymour Skinner/Waylon Smithers; Marcia Wallace as Edna Krabappel; Pamela Hayden as Milhouse Van Houten/Rod Flanders; Tress MacNeille as Agnes Skinner/Jimbo Jones; Russi Taylor as Martin Prince; and Phil Hartman as Lionel Hutz/Troy McClure.

Genre: Animation, Comedy

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    • Episode 22

      The Ned-liest Catch

      aired: Sun, May 22, 2011

      Bart's teacher and the Simpsons' neighbor start dating--making Homer and Bart miserable. But her romantic past threatens to destroy her newfound love.

    • Episode 21

      500 Keys

      aired: Sun, May 15, 2011

      The family discovers 500 old keys in a drawer and tries to find out what they do. Marge sets a farting novelty toy loose on the town, Homer achieves a lifelong dream as he pilots the Duff blimp, Bart is dismayed to find that every prank he tries to pull turns into a good deed, and Lisa uncovers a shocking mystery in the basement of the school.

    • Episode 20

      Homer Scissorhands

      aired: Sun, May 8, 2011

      Homer discovers he has a natural gift for hairstyling. But he finds that the women in Springfield tell him more about their men than he wants to know. Meanwhile, Milhouse publicly declares his love for Lisa, is rejected, then is stunned to discover someone who likes him as much as he likes her. An equally stunned Lisa becomes obsessed with finding out just what Milhouse's new girlfriend sees in him.

    • Episode 19

      The Real Housewives of Fat Tony

      aired: Sun, May 1, 2011

      Selma's smartass behavior at the DMV leads to an unexpected romance with Fat Tony, and a trip to see Tony's relatives on the Jersey shore. Meanwhile, Lisa discovers Bart has truffle-sniffing abilities previously seen only in pigs--abilities which lead him to be exploited by his sister.

    • Episode 18

      The Great Simpsina

      aired: Sun, Apr 10, 2011

      While trying to get rid of a wagonful of unwanted peaches, Lisa encounters an again magician who teaches her long-forgotten tricks. Then she unwittingly betrays his secret to a hated young rival.

    • Episode 17

      Love Is a Many Strangled Thing

      aired: Sun, Mar 27, 2011

      When Homer reveals in therapy that he has strangled Bart for years, Kareem Abdul-Jabbar is brought in to effectuate a cure. Homer becomes so intimidated by his son that Bart starts to run wild, terrorizing his father and the school.

    • Episode 16

      A Midsummer's Nice Dream

      aired: Sun, Mar 13, 2011

      When Cheech and Chong split up during a performance in Springfield, Homer gets a chance to perform stoner comedy--but finds it is not the high life he imagines. Meanwhile, Marge attempts to cure the crazy Cat Lady of her hoarding.

    • Episode 15

      The Scorpion's Tale

      aired: Sun, Mar 6, 2011

      Lisa discovers a miraculous drug that can cure crankiness in old people. Bart starts illegally selling it to Springfield seniors, only to discover it has a horrifying side effect.

    • Episode 14

      Angry Dad: The Movie

      aired: Sun, Feb 20, 2011

      Bart makes an animated short film which is surprisingly nominated for every major Hollywood award. When Homer tries to seize credit for the film, it starts a battle between the two that climaxes onstage at the Academy Awards.

    • Episode 13

      The Blue and the Gray

      aired: Sun, Feb 13, 2011

      When Marge decides to "go gray" with her hair, she is startled by the reaction of her friends and family. Meanwhile, Homer becomes a "wing man", first to Moe, then to every single guy in town.

    • Episode 12

      Homer the Father

      aired: Sun, Jan 23, 2011

      Homer becomes obsessed with a cheesy '80s sitcom and tries to apply its outdated lessons to his own relationship with Bart. A disgruntled Bart is driven straight into the arms of Chinese nuclear spies.

    • Episode 11

      Flaming Moe

      aired: Sun, Jan 16, 2011

      To impress Mr. Burns, Smithers helps Moe turn his tavern into a gay bar that caters to men who are less than perfect. Meanwhile, a substitute music teacher becomes the passion of Principal Skinner's life. Moe enjoys his new clientele so much he considers running for city council--without telling anyone he's straight. Meanwhile, Principal Skinner must choose between his career and a free-spirited substitute music teacher.

    • Episode 10

      Moms I'd Like to Forget

      aired: Sun, Jan 9, 2011

      A war between the fourth and fifth graders leads Bart to discover an unusual scar on his wrist. Learning the secret of its origin unlocks a secret from Marge's past. Bart's journey to the truth takes him to Comic Book Guy, and a Fourth of July long ago gone horribly wrong.

    • Episode 9

      Donnie Fatso

      aired: Fri, Dec 10, 2010

      When Homer runs afoul of tough new ordinances that take effect January 1, he goes undercover with the mob to shorten his sentence. He finds that the Springfield Mafia is much more welcoming and lovable than he ever would have suspected. Guest star--Jon Hamm.

    • Episode 8

      The Fight Before Christmas

      aired: Fri, Dec 3, 2010

      Bart heads to a surprisingly downsized North Pole to get a toy he wants; Marge attempts to kill Hitler at Christmas, Martha Stewart takes over the Simpson family holiday, and Katy Perry performs with the Simpsons--in puppet form for the first time ever.

    • Episode 7

      How Munched is that Birdie in the Window

      aired: Fri, Nov 26, 2010

      A storm blows a pigeon through the Simpsons' window, and Bart makes it his pet. He nurses it back to health, and when he is approached by Moe to turn it into a racing pigeon he has to make a difficult decision.

    • Episode 6

      The Fool Monty

      aired: Sun, Nov 21, 2010

      During a "housecat flu" scare, Mr. Burns is startled to discover that everyone in town hates him. He tries to take his own life, but fails, losing his memory in the process. The townspeople use the opportunity to seek revenge on him for the harm he has inflicted upon them through the years.

    • Episode 5

      Lisa Simpson, This Isn't Your Life

      aired: Sun, Nov 14, 2010

      A trip to Marge's childhood home leads Lisa to discover that Marge was once an excellent student like her, until she met Homer. Meanwhile, Bart accidentally beats up Nelson and becomes the school bully--much to his chagrin.

    • Episode 4

      Treehouse of Horror XXI

      aired: Sun, Nov 7, 2010

      In this annual terror-filled trilogy, the old board games in the Simpson attic come to life and wreak havoc in Springfield, Marge and Homer's romantic cruise is interrupted by a mysterious, handsome stranger who Homer believes is trying to kill them, and Lisa falls in love with a tweenage vampire, only to run afoul of his old-school vampire father.

    • Episode 3


      aired: Sun, Oct 10, 2010

      Lisa becomes the manager of Bart's little league team and introduces statistical analysis to the game. Fed up with her correct but conservative decisions, Bart defies Lisa, and she kicks him off the team. Guest star: Mike Scoscia.

    • Episode 2


      aired: Sun, Oct 3, 2010

      Grampa decides to give each of the Simpsons their inheritance early. Homer discovers he can live the high life buying and returning luxury items without paying for them. Lisa uses her money to secretly finance Nelson's bike pimpery. Featuring the voices of Facebook founder Mark Zuckerberg and Nobel Laureate Muhammad Yunus.

    • Episode 1

      Elementary School Musical

      aired: Sun, Sep 26, 2010

      Lisa gets a dream week at arts camp where her conselors are the Flight of the Conchords, then finds her return to the real world is more than a little disheartening. Meanwhile, Krusty discovers winning the Nobel Peace prize is not what it seems, and he must fight for his freedom in the World Court. Guest voices Lea Michele, Cory Monteith and Amber Riley of Glee.

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    • Episode 23

      Judge Me Tender

      aired: Sun, May 23, 2010

      Moe proves himself so witty and acerbic judging an Ugly Dog contest he is invited to Los Angeles to judge American Idol. There he befriends Simon Cowell and learns a lesson about show business.

    • Episode 22

      The Bob Next Door

      aired: Sun, May 16, 2010

      The Simpsons get a new next door-neighbor, who, despite all appearances, Bart believes to be SIDESHOW BOB! He uncovers the shocking truth and a desolate spot where five states meet.

    • Episode 21

      Moe Letter Blues

      aired: Sun, May 9, 2010

      A mysterious letter leads Homer, Apu and Reverend Lovejoy to suspect their marriages are in serious trouble. Examining the past leads each to believe his wife has run off with Moe the bartender.

    • Episode 20

      To Surveil, With Love

      aired: Sun, May 2, 2010

      When Homer's unattended bag causes a bomb scare at Springfield Union station, the town introduces draconian security measures. Surveillance cameras are installed all over town, and the only unsupervised spot is in the Simpsons' back yard. Meanwhile, Lisa encounters discrimination because she is a blonde.

    • Episode 19

      The Squirt and the Whale

      aired: Sun, Apr 25, 2010

      Homer attempts to power the house with a wind turbine. After a freak windstorm knocks out the turbine, a whale washes up on shore, and the town attempts to save it.

    • Episode 18

      Chief of Hearts

      aired: Sun, Apr 18, 2010

      Homer befriends Chief Wiggum, but when Wiggum saves his life, the friendship gets too close for Homer's comfort. Meanwhile, Bart gets addicted to a Japanese card/robot/adventure game.

    • Episode 17

      American History X-Cellent

      aired: Sun, Apr 11, 2010

      An office party at Mr. Burns' mansion turns into a drunken riot--landing Burns in jail. In prison, a deeply religious convict takes Burns under his wing and tries to make a good man of him.

    • Episode 16

      The Greatest Story Ever D'ohed

      aired: Sun, Mar 28, 2010

      Hoping to make Homer more religious, Ned Flanders invites the Simpsons on a trip to the Holy Land. There they meet an angry Israeli tour guide (Sacha Baron Cohen) and Homer comes to believe he is the messiah.

    • Episode 15

      Stealing First Base

      aired: Sun, Mar 21, 2010

      Bart meets a girl with whom he is alternately infatuated and infuriated. His furtive kiss creates a ban on public displays of affection in the school. Meanwhile, Lisa discovers she has a secret supporter, who turns out to be surprisingly successful.

    • Episode 14

      Postcards from the Wedge

      aired: Sun, Mar 14, 2010

      When Bart realizes he can exploit Marge and Homer's differences, it nearly breaks their marriage apart. And when he discovers an abandoned subway underneath Springfield, it nearly breaks the town apart.

    • Episode 13

      The Color Yellow

      aired: Sun, Feb 21, 2010

      While researching her family tree, Lisa discovers the diary of an ancestor that reveals the Simpson family was in the underground railroad before the Civil War. After further investigation she is shocked to learn that her ancestors were not what they seem.

    • Episode 12

      Boy Meets Curl

      aired: Sun, Feb 14, 2010

      Hoping to rekindle the romance in their marriage, Homer and Marge take up curling. But when they make the US Olympic demonstration team, Marge's superior skills cause an enormous rift between them.

    • Episode 11

      Million Dollar Maybe

      aired: Sun, Jan 31, 2010

      Homer wins a million dollars in the lottery, but bought the ticket while he was supposed to be helping his wife, so he can't spend the money without her getting furious at him. When Bart learns of Homer's secret, he threatens to tell Marge unless Homer does whatever he wants.

    • Episode 10

      Once Upon a Time In Springfield

      aired: Sun, Jan 10, 2010

      Krusty gets a new sidekick--a Disney-style princess who proves too popular for Krusty's liking. But when he tries to fire her, he finds she is more attached to him than he ever dreamed. Meanwhile, when Burns eliminates the donuts from the power plant break room, Homer and his friends consider working at another power plant.

    • Episode 9

      Thursdays With Abie

      aired: Sun, Jan 3, 2010

      Grampa meets a newspaper columnist who chronicles his life in the local paper. It causes a rift between Homer and his father, and Homer begins to suspect the writer has a secret, sinister motive. Meanwhile, Bart takes home a beloved class doll, and Lisa loses it down a sewer.

    • Episode 8

      Oh Brother, Where Bart Thou?

      aired: Sun, Dec 13, 2009

      Bart realizes that Lisa has a bond with Maggie that he will never have, because he has no brother. After a dream about famous brothers from Wright to Mario, Bart tries to adopt one, but finds having a brother can bring as much pain as pleasure. Featuring guest stars The Smothers Brothers, The Manning Brothers, Kim Cattrall, Huell Howser and Jordan Nagai from "Up".

    • Episode 7

      Rednecks And Broomsticks (HD)

      aired: Sun, Nov 29, 2009

      Lisa joins a group of teenage wiccans, while Homer becomes a moonshine aficionado. When half the town goes blind from the moonshine, they blame the witches, and try them according to ancient Springfield laws.

    • Episode 6

      Pranks And Greens (HD)

      aired: Sun, Nov 22, 2009

      Bart discovers there was an even more awesome prankster than he, and determines to track him down, only to find he is a sad loser living in his mother's house (and voiced by Jonah Hill). Meanwhile, Marge's attempts to provide truly healthy food for Maggie and her friends lead only to frustration.

    • Episode 5

      The Devil Wears Nada (HD)

      aired: Sun, Nov 15, 2009

      Homer becomes his buddy Carl's assistant. Carl is a demanding Anna Wintour-type boss whose demands fill Homer's life. When Marge inadvertently does cheesecake poses for a charity calendar, it only makes matters worse. Homer realizes he must choose between the jetsetting life of a power plant supervisor's aide and saving his marriage.

    • Episode 4

      Treehouse of Horror XX (HD)

      aired: Sun, Oct 18, 2009

      In this annual terror-themed thrilled, Dracula and the Wolfman walk the streets of Springfield, Bart and Lisa cause carnage in the school in a Hitchcock-themed segment, Krusty's new hamburger made from mad cows turns the town into zombies, and Moe falls for Marge in a creepy broadway musical--but can only win her over by serving her beer mixed with Homer's blood.

    • Episode 3

      The Great Wife Hope

      aired: Mon, Apr 2, 2012

      When all the males in Springfield become addicted to a violent TV sport, Marge agrees to fight the founder of the league in hopes of getting it off the air. Worried that she may not survive, Homer makes sure she trains with the toughest men in Springfield. She toughens up and is able to take a sucker punch and win. Featuring the voice of UFC Champion Chuck Liddell.

    • Episode 2

      Bart Gets A "Z" (HD)

      aired: Sun, Oct 4, 2009

      When Bart tries to loosen up his teacher by spiking her coffee, he gets her so drunk she loses her job. He tries to make it up to her by helping her open a muffin store, but she discovers the truth. Meanwhile, her replacement turns out to be a cool young teacher who can work the internet.

    • Episode 1

      Homer The Whopper (HD)

      aired: Sun, Sep 27, 2009

      In an episode co-written by and featuring the voice of Seth Rogen ("Knocked Up"), Comic Book guy creates a comic book--"Everyman"--whose hero absorbs the power of any comic book he touches. Homer is cast in the lead, and gets physically fit with the help of a personal trainer. But when the trainer leaves for another job, Homer regains the weight he lost, wreaking havoc on the film.

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    • Episode 21

      Coming To Homerica

      aired: Sun, May 17, 2009

      When Krustyburger serves tainted barley, the barley suppliers in Ogdenville are forced out of work. They emigrate to Springfield, where they prove to be hardworking and polite. But as they become more and more a part of Springfield's daily life, Homer and his friends form a border brigade to keep them out, culminating in the building of a wall between the two cities.

    • Episode 20

      Four Great Women and a Manicure

      aired: Sun, May 10, 2009

      Marge takes Lisa for her first mani-pedi. While there, the two swap stories about powerful women through history: the Virgin Queen, Elizabeth I, who defeated the Spanish Armada; the beautiful and virtuous Snow White; the ambitious and tragic Lady Macbeth; and author of "The Fountainhead", Ayn Rand. Guest voice: Jodie Foster.

    • Episode 19

      Waverly Hills 9021-D'oh (HD)

      aired: Sun, May 3, 2009

      An unplanned visit to Springfield Elementary convinces Marge that the kids need a better school. The Simpsons rent a tiny apartment in an upscale neighborhood in order to enroll in the Waverly Hills school district. Marge and Homer discover that the intimacy of the apartment rekindles the spark in their marriage, but Lisa discovers that the other students in her new school are not as welcoming as she would have hoped. Guest voice: Ellen Page.

    • Episode 18

      Father Knows Worst (HD)

      aired: Sun, Apr 26, 2009

      When Homer observes first-hand how poor a student Bart is, and how unpopular Lisa is, he tries to get more involved with his children's lives. He helps Bart build a model of Westminster Abbey for a school competition and uses a self-help book to get Lisa into a popular clique. But then he discovers that with his "helicopter parenting", he may have hovered too close to his children's lives. Meanwhile, Marge discovers a sauna in the basement of the Simpson house. Afraid it will be abused if she tells others about it, she keeps it a secret for herself.

    • Episode 17

      The Good, the Sad and the Drugly

      aired: Sun, Apr 19, 2009

      While visiting his Grandfather, Bart meets a sweet fifth-grade girl (Anne Hathaway), who makes him pretend to be a goody two-shoes. But when a jealous Milhouse learns of the romance, he threatens to reveal Bart's past. Meanwhile, while doing a report on Springfield in the future, Lisa becomes depressed at the fate of the world. She is cheered up by an anti-depressant for children, Ignorital, until Marge realizes her daughter has lost too much touch with reality.

    • Episode 16

      Eeny Teeny Maya Mo

      aired: Sun, Apr 5, 2009

      Moe meets a beautiful woman online who turns out to be three feet tall. He falls deeply in love but finds that his own shortcomings are too great for the relationship to survive. Meanwhile, Homer finds a new playground for Maggie that seems idyllic--until she runs into some baby bullies. Marge suspects that something is wrong, and, with misgivings, decides to electronically pry into Homer's daddy-daughter time.

    • Episode 15

      Wedding for Disaster

      aired: Sun, Mar 29, 2009

      Homer and Marge discover that due to a problem with Reverend Lovejoy's certification, they are not legally married. Homer tries to give Marge the large, fancy wedding he never could--and then he disappears right before the ceremony. He turns up a captive to a mysterious stranger a la the film "Saw," and Bart and Lisa must uncover who is behind the plot. Featuring the voice of Kelsey Grammer as Sideshow Bob.

    • Episode 14

      In The Name Of The Grandfather

      aired: Sun, Mar 22, 2009

      The Simpsons let Grampa down and agree todo one thing he's always wanted. They fly to Ireland to visit a pub Grampa loved as a young man, and wind up buying it, only to find that the Irish no longer want to hang out in pubs. The Simpsons bring Moe over to give them advice, and he suggests they allow smoking in the pub, which runs them afoul of Irish law. Featuring the guest voices of Colm Meaney and the stars of "Once."

    • Episode 13

      Gone Maggie Gone

      aired: Sun, Mar 15, 2009

      In this satire of the DaVinci code, a rare solar eclipse temporarily blinds Marge. Without her in charge, the kitchen is taken over by rats, and when Homer gets poison to kill them, he must briefly set Maggie down outside a convent, where the nuns take her in and refuse to give her back. Trying to recover her sister, Lisa uncovers a plot to bring everlasting peace to Springfield, involving a mystical gem, the founding fathers, and Principal Skinner's mother's minivan.

    • Episode 12

      No Loan Again, Naturally

      aired: Sun, Mar 8, 2009

      The Simpsons spend way too much money on an annual Mardi Gras bash, and when the rate on their home equity loan goes up they lose their home to the bank. Neighbor Ned Flanders takes pity on the family and buys their home to rent back to them. Then they ask Ned, their new landlord, for excessive repairs and an aggravated Flanders evicts them. But when a new, perfect couple try to rent the home a melancholy Ned realizes he misses the Simpsons too much.

    • Episode 11

      How the Test Was Won

      aired: Sun, Mar 1, 2009

      When Springfield Elementary must take the Vice-President's Assessment Test, the superintendent arranges to have all the poor students taken out of school for the day. Principal Skinner is tricked into accompanying the delinquents, and they must work together to find their way back from the heart of Capital City. When the test begins, Lisa is stymied by the very first question. As she sits, flummoxed, she grows accustomed to the fact that she will have to live the life of a normal student, only to be saved when a newly-confident Principal Skinner returns and cancels the test.

    • Episode 10

      Take My Life Please

      aired: Sun, Feb 15, 2009

      In the first ever high-definition episode of the Simpsons, Homer attends a ceremony at the Springfield Wall of Fame and learns that he was elected class president, but that his election was stolen from him by his high school principal. He worries that his life should have been much better than it is. At Luigi's Italian restaurant, Homer meets an old Italian man who can show him visions of what his future as class president would have been like. Homer sees a life he could have led filled with riches and success, and his family must find a way for him to be happy the way he is. The episode also includes the first extensive revision of the well-known Simpson main titles in eighteen years.

    • Episode 9

      Lisa The Drama Queen

      aired: Sun, Jan 25, 2009

      Lisa befriends a highly creative girl (Emily Blunt) who develops, with Lisa, a fantasy world only the two of them share. As they go deeper and deeper into their make-believe universe, Marge becomes concerned. She forbids Lisa to see her new friend again, but Lisa defies Marge and runs away with Juliet. Lisa discovers that living a life of fantasy is increasingly unpleasant, and in the end is greatly relieved to return to reality. Featuring the music of Josh Groban and closing credit theme by Fallout Boy.

    • Episode 8

      The Burns and the Bees

      aired: Sun, Dec 7, 2008

      During the annual billionaires' retreat, Mr. Burns wins the "Austin Celtics" in a casual game of poker. While visiting a game in Dallas, Mr. Burns witnesses the antics of Mavericks' owner Mark Cuban. Fascinated with his behavior, Mr. Burns decides to emulate Cuban's over-the-top stunts in order to win over the hearts of Springfield's basketball fans. Failing at this, Mr. Burns decides that the best way to win over the fans is to build a brand new, state-of-the-art sports arena. Unfortunately, the last remaining bee colony in Springfield is located on the proposed stadium site, and Lisa is single-handedly spearheading a movement to protect them. As Lisa fights for a safe haven for the bees, Homer attempts to help the quickly diminishing bee population by mating the Springfield bees with Africanized bees, creating a mad swarm that disrupts Burns' opening night.

    • Episode 7

      Mypods and Boomsticks

      aired: Sun, Nov 30, 2008

      The Simpson family takes a trip to the Mapple Store at the Springfield Mall where Lisa gets her very own Mypod, and Bart interrupts an announcement from Steve Mobbs with his own voiceover, causing pandemonium to break loose in the store. On his way home from the mall, Bart narrowly escapes punishment and befriends a Muslim boy named Bashir. Homer becomes suspicious of Bart's new friend and invites Bashir, his mother and his father over for dinner so he can investigate their supposed anti-American sentiments. Having already offended Bashir and his family at dinner, Homer goes to their home to apologize, but he instead snoops around their house, a la Jack Bauer, and uncovers what he believes to be a terrorist plot to blow up the Springfield Mall. Homer tries to warn the residents of Springfield an impending disaster that he winds up causing.

    • Episode 6

      Homer and Lisa Exchange Cross Words

      aired: Sun, Nov 16, 2008

      Lisa discovers her amazing talent for doing crossword puzzles and becomes an expert cruciverbalist, and she soon enters a citywide crossword puzzle tournament. Homer, short on cash after abandoning his "Sweet Conclusions" professional break-up artist business, goes to cheer Lisa on at her tournament and discovers an underground crossword puzzle betting ring. In the ultimate betrayal, Homer profits from betting against Lisa in the championship match. When the heartbroken Lisa finds out, Homer must spell out his love for her with a little help from New York Times crossword puzzle editor Will Shortz and master crossword constructor Merl Reagle.

    • Episode 5

      Dangerous Curves

      aired: Sun, Nov 9, 2008

      When the Simpson family takes a road trip to a cabin in the woods, a series of flashbacks depict Homer and Marge's blissful courtship and their early married years. They recall their first encounter with Flanders and Maude twenty years prior at the very same cabins, where Flanders insisted the unmarried Homer and Marge stay in separate rooms. Later, they recall when they each met distracting members of the opposite sex who nearly wooed Homer and Marge away from each other. Bart and Lisa also reflect on happier times from their early childhood. Despite the obstacles and the passing of time, Homer and Marge are able to see the forest for the trees. The episode is based on the classic Audrey Hepburn/Albert Finney film "Two for the Road".

    • Episode 4

      Treehouse of Horror #19

      aired: Sun, Nov 2, 2008

      Three chilling tales of Halloween horror unwind in THE SIMPSONS annual "Treehouse of Horror" Halloween special. First, Transformer-like robots duke it out in Springfield in "Untitled Robot Parody." Then Homer kills off celebrities so their likenesses can be exploited free-of-charge in "How to Get Ahead in Dead-Vertising." And in "It's the Grand Pumpkin, Milhouse," Lisa accompanies Milhouse to a pumpkin patch to await the appearance of the Grand Pumpkin, but when he finally appears, the Grand Pumpkin goes on a rampage to avenge all the pumpkins carved and tortured in the name of Halloween. Also, the highly-anticipated episode opener features Homer Simpson as he attempts to cast his ballot for the 2008 Presidential election with a deadly twist.

    • Episode 3

      Double, Double, Boy In Trouble

      aired: Sun, Oct 19, 2008

      When Lenny wins the lottery and invites the Simpson family to a celebratory party at a posh hotel, Bart meets his doppelganger, Simon Woosterfield, who happens to be a member of the richest family in Springfield. Simon and Bart decide to switch places, and Bart arrives at the lavish Woosterfield mansion only to find football great Joe Montana hanging around the estate. As Simon adjusts to the simple life over at the Simpson household, Bart begins to notice his wealthy new siblings acting strangely toward him. With some frightening words of wisdom from Mr. Burns, Bart realizes his new siblings are plotting his demise so they can inherit the Woosterfield family fortune all for themselves.

    • Episode 2

      Lost Verizon

      aired: Sun, Oct 5, 2008

      In order to save up money to buy a cell phone, Bart takes a job at a country club retrieving golf balls. While at the course, Bart watches celebrities, including Leary playing a round. When Leary's cell phone rings just as he is about to take a swing, he furiously throws the phone in the air and it lands right next to Bart. Bart decides to keep the cell and makes prank calls to all over the world pretending to be Leary. He even accepts a job offer from famed producer Grazer to star in the film version of "Everyone Poops." When Marge discovers what Bart has been up to, she confiscates the device and calls Leary to return the phone. But Leary has a better idea, and instructs Marge to activate the GPS system on the phone so she can track Bart's every move. Bart quickly catches on and devises a plan that sends the family on a wild goose chase all the way to Machu Picchu.

    • Episode 1

      Sex, Pies and Idiot….

      aired: Sun, Sep 28, 2008

      Homer is sent to jail after a booze-free brawl at the Springfield St. Patrick's Day parade. When he goes to get his bail bond, Homer meets Lucky Jim (guest voice Forster) and "Wolf the Bounty Hunter" and decides to try his own hand at the lucrative but deadly profession. Homer the Bounty Hunter teams up with Ned Flanders to create the most unlikely bounty-hunting duo, but when Homer's new no-mercy attitude gets the best of him, Flanders is less than impressed. Meanwhile, unbeknownst to her, Marge begins working at an erotic bakery.

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    • Episode 9

      Eternal Moonshine of the Simpson Mind

      aired: Sun, Dec 16, 2007

      When Homer returns to an empty house after a night he can't remember, he has to figure out what happened. In his desperation to recapture his past, he explores the inner workings of his mind, and we see a day-by-day look at his entire life.

    • Episode 5

      Treehouse of Horror XVIII

      aired: Sun, Nov 4, 2007

      In the fantastic frightology that is Treehouse XVIII, an unwelcome alien crashes with the Simpsons

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    • Episode 8

      The Haw-Hawed Couple

      aired: Sun, Dec 10, 2006

      Bart and Nelson become friends, but when Bart tries to break if off, he fears for his safety. Meanwhile, Homer tries to keep Lisa from learning the tragic ending of a Harry Potter-style book she's reading.

    • Episode 4

      Treehouse of Horror XVII

      aired: Sun, Nov 5, 2006

      In this lucky 17th annual Treehouse of Horror, Homer becomes an insatiable blob, and when Dr. Phil tries to cure him he is eaten as well; Bart discovers a Golem from Jewish mythology and uses it to do his bidding; and aliens invade the earth during a scare caused by Orson Welles' classic Halloween radio broadcast.

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    • Episode 13

      The Seemingly Never-Ending Story

      aired: Sun, Mar 12, 2006

      In this story within a story within a story within a story, a cave-exploring expedition, an angry sheep and a lovestruck Moe become inextricably entwined. And for good measure, a bag of gold leads a young Jailbird to his life of crime.

    • Episode 6

      See Homer Run

      aired: Sun, Nov 20, 2005

      On Father's Day, Homer responds much more enthusiastiacally to a new tool than he does to Lisa's heartfelt present. Lisa becomes very angry with her father, and so to win back her respect, he becomes the Safety Salamander, a well-loved figure at Springfield Elementary. As the Safety Salamander, Homer becomes so popular, he becomes the leading candidate to replace Mayor Quimby in a recall election. But when the Salamander suit shrinks and falls off during a debate, the voters of Springfield realize they do not like their hero nearly as much out of costume.

    • Episode 4

      Treehouse of Horror XVI

      aired: Sun, Nov 6, 2005

      In "B.I.--Bartificial Intelligence", the Simpsons think Bart is lost to them and replace him with an sweet, well-behaved android--and when the real Bart comes back, they prefer the robot. In "Survival of the Fattest" Mr. Burns hunts the deadliest, laziest game of all--the citizens of Springfield. And in "I've Grown a Costume on Your Face", a disgruntled witch causes the Springfield residents' Halloween costumes become all too real. All this, plus a halloween message from basketball great Dennis Rodman!

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    • Episode 15


      aired: Sun, Apr 17, 2005

      In this look at the possible future of the Simpsons, Homer and Marge are separated and Bart is hit on by his fourth-grade teacher. And when Marge starts to date Krusty, Homer retreats to an underwater lair.

    • Episode 1

      Treehouse of Horror XV

      aired: Sun, Nov 7, 2004

      In this fifteenth annual frightfest, Ned Flanders foresees a terrible future--or does he cause it?

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    • Episode 20

      The Way We Weren't

      aired: Sun, May 9, 2004

      In this flashback episode, we learn that Homer aMarge met as kids--an encounter that did not end well. The memory of this meeting threatens to derail their marriage in the present, until Marge learns how much Homer has always loved her.

    • Episode 7

      Tis the Fifteenth Season

      aired: Sun, Dec 14, 2003

      When Homer selfishly buys himself an astrolabe for Christmas, the rest of the family is resentful. But Homer does not realize what he has done until watching "Mr. McGrew's Christmas Carol"--his first exposure ever to the timeless Dickens tale. He vows to change his ways, and becomes the nicest person in town--which leads to a rivalry with the former record-holder, Ned Flanders. Finally, with the help of TV Christmas specials through the ages, Homer learns the true meaning of the holiday, sort of.

    • Episode 1

      Treehouse of Horror XIV

      aired: Sun, Nov 2, 2003

      In this annual Halloween horror-fest, Homer is excited to inherit the powers of the grim reaper, until he discovers he has to kill Marge, Professor Frink reanimates the body of his father (voiced by Jerry Lewis) but then discovers his father has become a Monster, and Bart and Milhouse find a stopwatch that allows them to stop time but soon find it boring.

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    • Episode 17

      Three Gays of the Condo

      aired: Sun, Apr 13, 2003

      When Homer discovers that Marge intended to break up with him before they had Bart, he leaves home and moves in with two gay roommates. After a helpful song by Weird Al Yankovic, Homer returns to Marge--but not before experiencing a life-changing same-sex smooch.

    • Episode 1

      Treehouse of Horror XIII

      aired: Sun, Nov 3, 2002

      In "Send in the Clones", Homer is able to make copies of himself--and the town is terrorized by bald, hungry men in blue pants. In "The Fright to Creep and Scare Harms", Springfield finally enacts a gun ban--which enables a group of long-dead outlaws to ride in and take over. In "The Island of Dr. Hibbert", the Simpsons visit an island where a Dr. Hibbert gone mad has crossbred critters with the Simpsons' friends and family. All this, plus the ghost of Maude Flanders!

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    • Episode 13

      The Old Man and the Key

      aired: Sun, Mar 10, 2002

      The Simpsons are informed that Grampa has died, rush to the retirement castle, and are relieved to learn that he is alive, and beginning a romance with a new woman at the home, Zelda (Olympia Dukakis). After Grampa wrecks Homer's car, Homer refuses to ever let him drive it again, and so Grampa steals Marge's car and takes Bart with him as he pursues Zelda to Branson, Missouri, where the Simpsons see a show starring '70s comic personality Ray Jay Johnson.

    • Episode 6

      She of Little Faith

      aired: Sun, Dec 16, 2001

      A model rocket that Homer and Bart shoot off accidentally destroys the church, which must sell advertising to make ends meet. Lisa is so disgusted she becomes a Buddhist, with the aid of guest star Richard Gere.

    • Episode 1

      Treehouse of Horror XII

      aired: Tue, Nov 6, 2001

      In “Hex and the City,” a gypsy curses Homer, bringing misery to everyone he loves. In “House of

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    • Episode 9


      aired: Sun, Jan 7, 2001

      In this Emmy®-winning episode, Homer undergoes a medical treatment to make himself smarter. The new, more intelligent Homer becomes a better friend to Lisa, but the rest of his life worsens, and he decides to return to his normal, dimwitted self – but leaves behind a message of hope for Lisa.

    • Episode 8

      Skinner's Sense of Snow

      aired: Sun, Dec 17, 2000

      An unexpected snowstorm traps the children of Springfield Elementary inside their school, where Bart leads a revolt against the principal. Homer and Flanders attempt to rescue the children, but get trapped in Ned’s car and begin to hallucinate.

    • Episode 1

      Treehouse of Horror XI

      aired: Wed, Nov 1, 2000

      In this annual three-part horror-themed trilogy, a dead Homer attempts to enter Heaven by doing one good deed, intelligent dolphins wage war on mankind, and Bart and Lisa become a Hansel and Gretel, avoiding a terrible fate with the aid of a book of fairy tales.

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    • Episode 22

      Behind the Laughter

      aired: Sun, May 21, 2000

      In this satire of VH1's "Behind the Music", we learn the secrets of the Simpsons' rise, fall and ultimate reconciliation with the aid of Willie Nelson.

    • Episode 16


      aired: Sun, Feb 27, 2000

      Plastic surgery gives Moe the bartender a handsome new face and a whole new life as a soap opera star.

    • Episode 9

      Grift of the Magi

      aired: Sun, Dec 19, 1999

      In this Christmas-themed episode, the students of Springfield Elementary are unwittingly used as a focus group to test new toys. The product of their labors, a cuddly doll named Funzo, is a lot more sinister than he appears.

    • Episode 4

      Treehouse of Horror X

      aired: Sun, Oct 31, 1999

      In "I Know What You Diddily-Iddly-Did" the Simpsons fear they have killed Ned Flanders. "Desperately Xeeking Xena" satirizes superheroes of yore with "Stretch Dude" Bart and "Clobber Girl" Lisa. And "Life's a Glitch, Then You Die" depicts the upcoming horror of Y2K (remember that?).

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    • Episode 10

      Viva Ned Flanders

      aired: Sun, Jan 10, 1999

      Homer and Ned enjoy a bender in Las Vegas. When they awake, they are shocked to find they have two extra wives.

    • Episode 4

      Treehouse of Horror IX

      aired: Sun, Oct 25, 1998

      In “Hell Toupee,” the hairpiece of a condemned man wreaks havoc on Springfield. Bart and Lisa enter

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    • Episode 22

      Trash of the Titans

      aired: Sun, Apr 26, 1998

      In the 200th episode of the series, Homer becomes the sanitation commissioner for Springfield. His ineptitude pollutes the town and leads to a drastic solution.

    • Episode 10

      Miracle on Evergreen Terrace

      aired: Sun, Dec 21, 1997

      When Bart burns down the Simpson Christmas tree, he refuses to admit the truth. The town takes pity on the Simpsons, then are furious when they realized they have been fooled.

    • Episode 4

      Treehouse of Horror VIII

      aired: Sun, Oct 26, 1997

      In “The Homega Man,” Homer must confront a post-apocalyptic Springfield. Bart becomes half-boy, half-fly in “Fly vs. Fly.” And we learn a shocking secret about Marge and her sisters in “Easy-Bake Coven.”

    • Episode 1

      The City of New York vs. Homer Simpson

      aired: Sun, Sep 21, 1997

      The family travels to New York to get Homer's car back. Homer recalls a terrifying experience he had in Manhattan when he was younger.

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    • Episode 15

      Homer's Phobia

      aired: Sun, Feb 16, 1997

      Homer begins to suspect that Bart is gay. When a visit to a steel mill to boost Bart's manliness backfires, Homer takes his son on a camping trip to "straighten him out."

    • Episode 1

      Treehouse of Horror VII

      aired: Sun, Oct 27, 1996

      In this annual terror-themed trilogy, Bart and Lisa discover an evil creature living in the attic, Lisa inadvertently creates a miniature civilization, and aliens Kang and Kodos run for President of the United States.

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    • Episode 6

      Treehouse of Horror VI

      aired: Sun, Oct 29, 1995

      In this annual Halloween-themed trilogy, advertising logos attack Springfield, Groundskeeper Willie

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    • Episode 19

      Lisa's Wedding

      aired: Sun, Mar 19, 1995

      The Simpsons visit a local fortune teller, who describes Lisa's wedding in the future. She is engaged to a charming British man, but her family inadvertently mucks it up, and Lisa realizes she will have to wait a little longer to find true love.

    • Episode 6

      Treehouse of Horror V

      aired: Sun, Oct 30, 1994

      Act 1: The Simpsons are employed on Mr. Burns’ country estate — and Homer goes insane. Act 2: Homer’s attempts to repair a toaster lead him repeatedly back into the past — and he inadvertently changes the future. Act 3: The school cafeteria turns to an unusual source of food — and schoolchildren start mysteriously disappearing.

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    • Episode 13

      Homer and Apu

      aired: Thu, Feb 10, 1994

      Homer goes undercover to reveal that Apu is selling tainted meat at his convenience store. Apu loses his job, and lives with the Simpsons until he and Homer go to India to appeal to the head of the Kwik-E-Mart corporation. Featuring the Emmy®-nominated song "Who Needs The Kwik-E-Mart?"

    • Episode 5

      Treehouse of Horror IV

      aired: Thu, Oct 28, 1993

      When Homer announces he would sell his soul for a donut, the Devil, disguised as Ned Flanders, shows up to take him up on the offer. While riding to school, Bart believes he sees a malevolent gremlin on the side of the bus. And Mr. Burns is Dracula, in a spoof of Francis Ford Coppola's vampire film.

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    • Episode 20

      Whacking Day

      aired: Thu, Apr 29, 1993

      Springfield engages in an annual ritual of whacking at snakes with sticks - a ritual Lisa is determined to stop. Meanwhile, Bart is kicked out of school after a prank and home-schooled by Marge.

    • Episode 9

      Mr. Plow

      aired: Thu, Nov 19, 1992

      Homer starts a thriving snowplow business, only to have his best friend Barney start a rival service, complete with commercials featuring Linda Ronstadt. Homer is so jealous he sends Barney into an avalanche and certain death, then repents and risks his own life to save his friend's.

    • Episode 5

      Treehouse of Horror III

      aired: Thu, Oct 29, 1992

      In “Clown Without Pity,” a Krusty the Clown doll goes berserk in the Simpson home. In “King Homer,”

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    • Episode 22

      Blood Feud

      aired: Thu, Jul 11, 1991

      When Mr. Burns needs a blood transfusion, Homer is pleased to learn that Bart has the same rare blood type. Bart donates his blood and saves Burns, but Homer is upset to find that Burns sends him nothing more than a thank you note. Homer writes an angry letter in response, then thinks better of it, but discovers to his alarm that Bart has already mailed it. Homer tries to recover the letter, but fails, and a furious Burns reads the letter and vows revenge. But Smithers convinces Burns that the Simpsons have indeed done him a favor and, in gratitude, Burns buys them a rare Olmec Indian Head. The Simpsons are unsure what to make of the gift.

    • Episode 21

      Three Men and a Comic Book

      aired: Thu, May 9, 1991

      Bart attends a comic book convention and decides he wants to buy the first issue of “Radioactive Man” comics for $100. He tries and fails to earn the money in various ways, including helping elderly neighbor Mrs. Glick, who works him like a horse then gives him a quarter. So, Bart decides to go in with Milhouse and Martin, both of whom want the comic, though neither has enough money. They soon find that joint ownership is more difficult than it seems, as none of the three wants to let the comic out of his sight. Bart goes temporarily insane, tying up Martin and fighting with Milhouse, until the comic is blown into a driving rainstorm and destroyed, leaving the three boys to ponder the evil of greed.

    • Episode 20

      The War of the Simpsons

      aired: Thu, May 2, 1991

      The Simpsons throw a party, inviting all their friends from the neighborhood. Homer gets very drunk and behaves like a perfect lecherous ass. Very upset with his behavior, Marge signs them up for a weekend marriage retreat. Homer is distraught until he realizes that the retreat is on a lake and he’ll be able to sneak in some fishing. Marge and Homer leave the kids in the care of Grampa, and Bart and Lisa immediately try to take advantage of the old man’s gullibility. At the retreat, Marge and Homer have difficulty reconciling their differences, particularly after Marge catches Homer sneaking off to go fishing. At home, the kids throw a party which gets out of hand, prompting Grampa to start crying. Afraid they’ll get in trouble, the kids begin to frantically clean up. Meanwhile, Homer catches a legendary catfish, General Sherman, but to prove his love for Marge he throws it back in the lake. They happily return home to find a clean house and chuckling Grampa, who had conned the kids into doing what he wants.

    • Episode 19

      Lisa's Substitute

      aired: Thu, Apr 25, 1991

      Lisa's teacher, Miss Hoover, is stricken with Lyme disease, and Mr. Bergstrom, a cool, witty, substitute teacher takes her place. Lisa is smitten with the smart, sensitive man, who contrasts so favorable; it seems, with her own father. Meanwhile, Bart decides to run for class president where he is expected to easily triumph over class brain Martin Prince. When Lisa comes to school one day, she is shocked to find that Miss Hoover has recovered and Mr. Bergstrom is gone. Meanwhile, Bart celebrates his victory, only to realize that neither he nor his friends bothered to vote, and Martin has won. Lisa tracks Mr. Bergstrom down to the train station, where is leaving for another gig. But before he does, he hands her a note, reminding her "You Are Lisa Simpson." That night Homer cheers up a disconsolate Bart and Lisa, showing he's not such a bad dad after all.

    • Episode 18

      Brush With Greatness

      aired: Thu, Apr 11, 1991

      Watching TV, the kids see Krusty do an ad for Mt. Splashmore, a water-themed amusement park. They nag Homer so much that he finally agrees to take them - only to get stuck in a tube at the park because he is too fat. Publicly humiliated, Homer vows to lose weight. While getting his old dumbbells from the attic he finds a series of photos Marge painted of Ringo Starr. Lisa urges Marge to go back to art school to nurture her gift and Marge wins a prize for painting Homer in his underwear, on the couch. Mr. Burns, who is looking for a portrait painter, hires her. She can’t seem to capture his essence, until she sees Burns make fun of Homer, who’s excited he’s gotten his weight down to 239. Marge paints Burns as she sees him - a naked, bitter, elderly man. Burns is upset, but when the public reacts favorably, he goes along.

    • Episode 17

      Old Money

      aired: Thu, Mar 28, 1991

      At the Springfield retirement castle, Grampa Simpson gets his pills mixed up with those of an elderly widow, Beatrice Simmons. They hit it off and a romance blooms. But when Grampa plans to spend Bea’s birthday with her, the Simpsons come and take him away to a wild animal park, where the animals surround the Simpsons car not letting them out. When they finally return to the retirement home, Bea is dead. A grieving Grampa is surprised to learn that Bea left him $100,000. When the townspeople become aware of this, they show up at Grampa’s door begging to have the money for their own purposes. Realizing he doesn’t have enough money for all the people who need it, Grampa heads for a casino to bet the hundred grand. Homer stops him, and Grampa realizes there is a good use for the money - refurbishing the senior citizen home to make it more livable for the elderly there.

    • Episode 16

      Bart's Dog Gets an F

      aired: Thu, Mar 7, 1991

      Bart’s dog, Santa’s Little Helper, grows more and more out-of-control. When he destroys Homer’s expensive new pair of sneakers, he is enrolled in an obedience school, whose headmistress, Emily Winthrop, is a firm believer in the choke chain. Santa’s Little Helper is a poor pupil, and when he destroys a quilt Lisa has sewn while at home with the mumps, and eats a giant cookie Homer has bought, Homer vows to give him away. Bart tries desperately to train the dog, and just in the nick of time teaches him to sit and roll over, enabling Santa’s Little Helper to graduate from obedience school.

    • Episode 15

      Oh Brother, Where Art Thou?

      aired: Thu, Feb 21, 1991

      After watching the latest McBain film, Grampa has a mild heart attack, and decides to tell Homer that he has a long lost brother. Homer tracks him down, and is ecstatic to learn that his brother, Herb Powell, is a successful auto industry executive in Detroit. The Simpsons drive to visit Herb, who welcomes them into his luxurious world. While taking Homer through his plant, Herb concludes that his brother has a better grasp of the American public’s tastes than his own engineering team, and puts Homer in charge of designing a new car. The engineers try to fend Homer off, but Herb insists that they listen to his brother. Homer designs a monstrous car with an enormous sticker price, destroying his brother’s company and bankrupting Herb. But, driving back to Springfield Homer is pleased to learn that Bart liked his car.

    • Episode 14

      Principal Charming

      aired: Thu, Feb 14, 1991

      When Marge’s sister Selma sadly tells Lisa she’s wishing she could find a man, Marge puts Homer to work trying to fix her sister up. Homer rejects various suitors as unsuitable, but when called into a meeting with Bart’s principal, Skinner, Homer realizes that he would make an ideal candidate. Homer invites Skinner to dinner, but instead of Selma, the principal falls for her sister Patty. He is so smitten he lets Bart get away with murder at school, while lonely Selma gets even more disconsolate. Ultimately, Patty rejects Skinner (and possibly all men) leaving Selma pleased, while bitter Skinner takes out his rejection on Bart.

    • Episode 13

      Homer vs. Lisa and the Eighth Commandment

      aired: Thu, Feb 7, 1991

      We open in the timing of Moses, where Homer the Thief is distraught to receive the commandment "Thou shalt not steal."

    • Episode 12

      The Way We Was

      aired: Thu, Jan 31, 1991

      As the Simpsons watch a pair of film critics review the latest, ultraviolent McBain film, the TV blows out. To entertain the kids, Homer and Marge tell the story of how they met. We flash back to 1974, where Marge’s hair is down and she is the object of affection of a class brain, Artie Ziff. Homer is enthralled when he first sees Marge and joins the debate team to get closer to her, but he is over matched by the brainier Artie. When the prom time comes, Marge goes out with Artie, leaving Homer to fend for himself. At the prom, Barney streaks, Artie and Marge are crowned King and Queen and a lonely Homer walks home in the mud. But Artie tries to get fresh with Marge, who dumps him and picks Homer up. He reveals to her that she is the love of his life and he’s never going to let her go - which he never does.

    • Episode 11

      One Fish, Two Fish, Blowfish, Blue Fish

      aired: Thu, Jan 24, 1991

      Tired of pork chop night, the family goes out to a sushi restaurant. While there, Homer eats a rare blowfish, whose flesh can be poison. Dr. Hibbert confirms that Homer only has one day left to live, so Homer makes a list, intending to live that day to its fullest. He listens to Lisa’s saxophone, teaches Bart to shave, has a beer with the boys, reconciles with Grampa and is “intamit” with Marge. Finally, he sits down and waits for death, while listening to Larry King read the Bible on tape. The next morning a fearful Marge goes downstairs only to discover Homer is still alive. A happy Homer vows to live each day to the fullest.

    • Episode 10

      Bart Gets Hit by a Car

      aired: Thu, Jan 10, 1991

      Mr. Burns hits Bart with a car, prompting Bart to hallucinate that he’s going to Heaven. On his way up he spits off the escalator, and is sent to Hell, but the Devil tells him he is not due there until the Yankees win the pennant (which turns out to be 1996). Regaining consciousness, Bart is fine, but with the help of shifty lawyer Lionel Hutz and quack doctor Nick Riviera, Homer sues Mr. Burns. The jury is unsympathetic to Burns’ condescending attitude, and he invites Homer and Marge over to discuss a settlement. While spying on them, Burns learns that Marge feels like Homer is taking advantage of the situation, and he pays Homer nothing. Homer is distraught and wonders if he can still be with Marge, but when she comes to see him at Moe’s he realizes she’ll be always be the love of his life.

    • Episode 9

      Itchy & Scratchy & Marge

      aired: Thu, Dec 20, 1990

      After watching a violent episode of Itchy and Scratchy, Maggie clubs Homer on the head, in a scene evocative of Janet Leigh’s death in Psycho. Marge is so upset that she starts a campaign to tone down the violence in cartoons. She succeeds, and Itchy and Scratchy becomes so boring that the children of Springfield stop watching cartoons, becoming happier and healthier. Then Michelangelo’s statue of David begins a tour of Springfield and the same people who supported Marge’s campaign against cartoons now demand that David not be shown. Marge cannot support this, so the statue visits and the cartoons return to be violent.

    • Episode 8

      Bart the Daredevil

      aired: Thu, Dec 6, 1990

      Bart and Homer are excited to learn that a monster truck rally is coming to Springfield, then discover it is on the same night as Lisa’s band concert. After the concert ends, the Simpsons rush out to the rally - only to arrive late and have their car eaten by a fire-breathing steam shovel known as Truckosaurus. Nonetheless, they watch the rest of the show, where Bart is awed by a reckless motorcycle daredevil named Lance Murdock. Bart imitates Murdock’s stunts on his skateboard, and, for the topper, decides to jump Springfield Gorge. Bart cannot be talked out of the leap so Homer rushes to stop him. He does save Bart - only to go toppling down the cliff himself, in one of the series’ classic moments.

    • Episode 7

      Bart vs. Thanksgiving

      aired: Thu, Nov 22, 1990

      It’s a Thanksgiving at the Simpsons house - with Homer betting on football, and Marge’s mother criticizing everything. Lisa has prepared a beautiful centerpiece, containing her feminist heroes, which a jealous Bart accidentally throws into the fire. Homer accuses Bart of ruining Thanksgiving, and Bart runs away from home. The Simpsons grow frantic with fear as Bart roams throughout town, stealing a pie from Mr. Burns. The family spots their son on a news broadcast from a homeless shelter. Bart comes back home and finally apologizes to his sister late at night, on the roof of their house, prompting Homer to exclaim, “We’re the great parents!”

    • Episode 6

      Dead Putting Society

      aired: Thu, Nov 15, 1990

      Homer’s annoyance at his sweet lovable neighbor Ned Flanders grows completely out of bounds, so that when Bart and Ned’s son Todd both show interest in miniature golf, Homer bets Flanders that his son can beat Ned’s – and the loser has to mow the lawn in his wife’s dress. Lisa helps Bart train, using the principles of Zen, and when the big day comes, the boys are evenly matched. They finally agree to tie, and Flanders offers to forget the bet, but Homer insists that they each mow the lawn in a dress - which Flanders enjoys, to Homer’s fury.

    • Episode 5

      Dancin' Homer

      aired: Thu, Nov 8, 1990

      The family attends a Springfield Isotopes baseball game, which a boozy Homer livens up. He becomes an official mascot for the team, boosting attendance and the team’s play. But when Homer attempts to crack the big time - the big city ballpark of Capital City - he strikes out. Yet he finds to his surprise that the experience has benefited him after all - his friends now consider him interesting.

    • Episode 4

      Two Cars in Every Garage and Three Eyes on Every Fish

      aired: Thu, Nov 1, 1990

      When a three-eyed fish is discovered in a downstream from Springfield’s Nuclear Power Plant, the plant is hit with tremendous sanctions by state regulators. Burns realizes that if he becomes governor, he could control the regulations and brings in a team of consultants to take him an incumbent governor Mary Bailey. His climactic campaign event is dinner at the Simpson house where Marge - a Bailey booster - serves Burns’ own three-eyed fish to him. Burns can’t eat it, destroying his image and costing him the election.

    • Episode 3

      Treehouse of Horror

      aired: Wed, Oct 24, 1990

      In this trilogy of horror-themed Halloween stories, Bart and Lisa attempt to scare each other with tales of macabre. In the first, “Bad Dream House,” the Simpsons inhabit a haunted home, which possesses their souls, and causes them to attempt to kill each other. But after spending enough time with the Simpsons, it is the house, which kills them itself, vanishing into another dimension. In the second segment, “Hungry are the Damned,” the Simpsons accuse the monsters of planning to eat them, but the offended aliens reveal they were only planning a sumptuous meal for the family. In the third segment, a satire of Poe’s “The Raven,” a grief-stricken Homer is tormented by bad bird Bart.

    • Episode 2

      Simpson and Delilah

      aired: Thu, Oct 18, 1990

      Homer learns of a new anti-baldness drug, which he can only afford by cheating on his company health insurance. He grows a luxurious head of hair and is promoted by Mr. Burns. He gets an office with a gay male assistant, Karl, who develops a crush on him. But jealous Smithers discover the secret of Homer’s success and gets the prescription cancelled. Bald again, no one listens to Homer and he winds up back where he started.

    • Episode 1

      Bart Gets an F

      aired: Thu, Oct 11, 1990

      Bart’s poor schoolwork prompts his teacher, Mrs. Krabappel, to threaten to hold him back in the fourth grade for an extra year. He falls behind while studying for a history test and prays to God for help. That night, a tremendous snowstorm hits Springfield, cancelling school the following day. Bart wants to go out and play, but Lisa tells him he should stay home and study. He does, and gets a D-minus on the test - the bare minimum he needed.

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    • Episode 13

      Some Enchanted Evening

      aired: Sun, May 13, 1990

      A real-life drama of Armed & Dangerous is played out when the notorious Babysitter Bandit is hired to sit the Simpson kids! A roller coaster ride of naked terror, stirring courage, and Homeric stupidity.

    • Episode 12

      Krusty Gets Busted

      aired: Sun, Apr 29, 1990

      Accused of a heinous crime, Krusty the Clown finds himself caught in a web of hate and suspicion. A clown alone in a teeming tempest of distrust, with no one to believe one, that is, but Bart Simpson!

    • Episode 11

      The Crepes of Wrath

      aired: Sun, Apr 15, 1990

      Spy me to the moon! Homer and Principal Skinner send Bart to France in exchange for an Albanian student. While Bart slaves at the Chateau Maison’s unsavory vineyard, Adil Hoxha steals classified secrets from Springfield’s Nuclear Plant! A hilariously perilous saga of hopes dashed, grapes crushed, explosive devices flushed, and the miracle of anti-freeze.

    • Episode 10

      Homer's Night Out

      aired: Sun, Mar 25, 1990

      One picture is worth a thousand apologies! When Bart sneaks a naughty snapshot of Homer at a stag party, Homer becomes famous — until Marge finds out. A bawdily instructive tale of bellydancing enjoyed, a household destroyed, and groveling employed, in which Homer discovers being in love means you have to say more than “you’re sorry.”

    • Episode 9

      Life on the Fast Lane

      aired: Sun, Mar 18, 1990

      To bowl or not to bowl...In response to his thoughtless birthday gift, Marge teaches Homer a lesson by taking up bowling under the hands-on tutelage of Jacques, a suave bowling instructor, who tries to pick up more than just a spare.

    • Episode 8

      The Telltale Head

      aired: Sun, Feb 25, 1990

      HEAR – the stark confessions of Bart Simpson, juvenile delinquent! SEE – the thoughtless act of vandalism that turns the whole town against him! LEARN – a lesson or two about empty values and stolen thrills!

    • Episode 7

      The Call of the Simpsons

      aired: Sun, Feb 18, 1990

      Envious of Ned Flanders’ new mobile home, Homer visits Bob’s RV Roundup and shrewdly buys the worst RV on earth, which he swiftly destroys, stranding the entire family deep in the woods. SUCCUMB to the tantalizing allure of the ultimate RV! TASTE the tang of live bees in honey!! BEHOLD the awful beauty of Bigfoot — and his wife!!!

    • Episode 6

      Moaning Lisa

      aired: Sun, Feb 11, 1990

      The fervid spectacle of childhood angst is exposed in this story of Lisa Simpson...A smart, sassy, good girl gone sad. Get bummed to the bluesy be-bop of “Bleeding Gums” Murphy’s special musical appearance.

    • Episode 5

      Bart the General

      aired: Sun, Feb 4, 1990

      Stand back as Bart’s attempt to protect Lisa from the school bully explodes into a thrilling vortex of warfare and survival. WARNING: Contains candid expressions of deranged political viewpoints!

    • Episode 4

      There's No Disgrace Like Home

      aired: Sun, Jan 28, 1990

      Trapped in a living hell, Homer faces the awful truth: the Simpsons are the Worst Family in Town!!! An electro-shocking glimpse into the weird world of family therapy.

    • Episode 3

      Homer's Odyssey

      aired: Sun, Jan 21, 1990

      Fired from his job, Citizen Homer becomes caught in a web of nuclear hazards and public safety. An action-adventure tale aflame with danger and municipal code violations.

    • Episode 2

      Bart the Genius

      aired: Sun, Jan 14, 1990

      After switching I.Q. exams with Martin Prince, Bart is placed in a school for geniuses, and everyone is put to the test. Can Principal Skinner contain his joy? Will Homer survive a night at the opera? Does Bart’s brain blow up? This exceptionally gifted story holds all the answers!!

    • Episode 1

      Simpsons Roasting on an Open Fire

      aired: Sun, Dec 17, 1989

      After Bart’s tattoo removal, Homer’s failure as a department store Santa, and a bad day at the dog track, Christmas prospects look dim for the Simpsons. But Homer seizes the day and, with the help of Santa’s Little Helper, blunders home with the best gift of all — something to share the family’s love. And frighten prowlers. A holiday classic!!

  • Episodes

    • Episode 7

      The Simpsons: Who Shot Mr. Burns?, Pt. 2

      aired: Mon, Apr 2, 2012

      In the conclusion of the cliff-hanger which ended season six, we learn the identity of Mr. Burns' mysterious assailant. The culprit turns out to be the sweetest little suspect of all.

    • Episode 6

      The Simpsons: Sex, Pies and Idiot Scrapes

      aired: Mon, Apr 2, 2012

      Homer is sent to jail after a booze-free brawl at the Springfield St. Patrick's Day parade. When he goes to get his bail bond, Homer meets Lucky Jim (guest voice Forster) and "Wolf the Bounty Hunter" and decides to try his own hand at the lucrative but deadly profession. Homer the Bounty Hunter teams up with Ned Flanders to create the most unlikely bounty-hunting duo, but when Homer's new no-mercy attitude gets the best of him, Flanders is less than impressed. Meanwhile, unbeknownst to her, Marge begins working at an erotic bakery.

    • Episode 5

      The Simpsons: Dude Where's My Ranch?

      aired: Mon, Apr 2, 2012

      Homer writes a song about Flanders that becomes so popular, the Simpsons leave town to avoid hearing it played. They make it to a dude ranch, where Lisa falls for an older boy, while Homer and Bart get involved in a range war with a herd of beavers.

    • Episode 2

      The Simpsons: Homer vs. Lisa and the 8th Commandment

      aired: Mon, Apr 2, 2012

      Lisa grows concerned when she observes stealing in everyday life, like Marge eating grapes in the supermarket. Concerned for her family's soul, she vows to no longer watch Homer's illegal cable, no matter how enticing the shows are. Homer invites all his friends over to watch an exciting heavyweight fight, but the sight of Lisa staring mournfully from the front yard robs him of his joy.

    • Episode 1

      The Simpsons: Life In the Fast Lane

      aired: Mon, Apr 2, 2012

      To bowl or not to bowl…In response to his thoughtless birthday gift, Marge teaches Homer a lesson by taking up bowling under the hands-on tutelage of Jacques, a suave bowling instructor, who tries to pick up more than just a spare. A giddily heartrending romance about splitting up, striking out, getting together, and the true meaning of brunch!

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