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Season Three
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Season Six
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regular cast
voice characterizations:

Dan Castellaneta --
as Voice of Homer Jay Simpson, Abraham J. 'Grampa' Simpson, Krusty the Klown (Herschel Krustofsky), Barney Gumble, Groundskeeper Willy, Sideshow Mel, Mayor "Diamond" Joe Quimby, Hans Moleman, Gil, Itchy, Scott Christian, and many others.
Julie Kavner--
as Voice of Marge Bouvier Simpson, Patty Bouvier, Selma Bouvier, Grandma Bouvier
Nancy Cartwright --
as Voice of Bartholomew J. 'Bart' Simpson, Nelson Mundt, Todd Flanders, Kearney.
Yeardley Smith --
as Voice of Lisa Simpson.
Hank Azaria --
as Voice of Apu Nahasapeemapetilan, Moe Szyslak, Police Chief Clancy Wiggum, Carl Carlson, Comic Book Guy, Dr. Nick Riviera, Professor John Frink, Cletus Del Roy (the Slack-Jawed Yokel), Sea Captain McCallister, Kirk Van Houten, Superintendent Chalmers, and others.
Harry Shearer --
as Voice of Charles Montgomery Burns, Wayland Smithers, Ned Flanders, Principal Seymour Skinner, Otto, Kent Brockman, Dr. Julius Hibert, Lenny, Reverend Timothy Lovejoy, Rainier "McBain" Wolfcastle, Scratchy, Jasper, Herman, Dr. Marvin Monroe, Dr. Pryor, and others.
Frequent Additions:
Pamela Haydenas Milhouse van Houten, Rod Flanders, Sarah Wiggum, and many others
Marcia Wallaceas Edna Krabappel and others
Russi Tayloras Martin Prince, Terri and Sherri, Uter, and others
Maggie Roswellas Voice of Helen Lovejoy, Maude Flanders, Mrs. Albright, Miss Hoover, and others
Phil Hartmanas Troy McClure, Lionel Hutz, and more
Tress MacNeilleas Voice of James 'Jimbo' Jones, Agnes Skinner, Beatrice Hibbert, and others
Joe Mantegnaas Fat Tony
Jon Lovitzas Jay Sherman 'the critic' and many others
Kelsey Grammeras 'Sideshow' Bob



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Season One (1989-1990)
13 episodes

Episode 1
12/17/89

Simpsons Roasting on an Open Fire

Marge spends the family Christmas fund to have Bart's tattoo removed and Santa's Little Helper joins the family. Voice of Mr. Burns done by Christopher Collins.
Episode 2
1/14/90
Bart the Genius Bart swaps IQ tests with the class brain and ends up the butt of everyone's jokes at a school for gifted kids.
Episode 3
1/21/90
Homer's Odyssey Homer gets fired for causing another accident at the nuclear plant, and almost commits suicide. He see the light, and becomes a safety activist, and soon goes after the plant.
Episode 4
1/28/90
There's No Disgracd Like Home After seeing family bliss at the recent family picnic, Homer sells the TV and goes to a psychiatrist advertised on TV.
Episode 5
2/4/90
Bart the General When Bart gets beat up by the school bully for defending Lisa, he organizes his friends to go after the bully.
Episode 6
2/11/90
Moaning Lisa Lisa is feeling down and blue about the problems around her, and meets a fellow blues musician, Bleedin' Gums Murphy (Ron Taylor).
Episode 7
2/18/90
Call of the Simpsons It's a camping misadventure for the Simpsons, where Homer is mistaken for Bigfoot.
Episode 8
2/25/90
The Tell-Tale Head In order to impress some bad kids at school, Bart cuts off the head of a statue of the town's founder, Jebediah Obediah Zacariah Jenadiah Springfield.
Episode 9
3/18/90
Jacques To Be Wild (aka Life on the Fast Lane) Homer gives Marge a bowling ball for her birthday, intending to use it for himself. However, Marge vows to learn how to bowl, and ends up getting intimate with Jacques, her bowling teacher.
Episode 10
3/25/90
Homer's Night Out Using his new mail-order spy camera, Bart catches Homer dancing with a strip dancer at a "stag" party.
Episode 11
4/15/90
The Crepes of Wrath After flushing a cherry bomb down the school toilet, Bart is sent to France via a student exchange, and ends up working for some crooks who want to put anti-freeze in the wine.
Episode 12
4/29/90
Krusty Gets Busted When Krusty the Klown is caught robbing the Kwik-E-Mart, Bart vows to clear his hero's name, even though the robbery was witnessed by his father, Homer.
Episode 13
5/13/90
Some Enchanted Evening When Marge calls a radio shrink and tells that their marriage is failing, Homer takes Marge out to a nice dinner and a night at the Offramp Inn. However, the sitter they hired was featured that night on "America's Most Armed and Dangerous". Guest starring Penny Marshall.



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Season Two (1990-1991)
22 episodes

Episode 1
10/11/90

Bart Gets an F

If Bart fails another test, he may have to repeat the fourth grade. So he enlists the aid of the class brain to help him pass.
Episode 2
10/18/90
Simpson and Delilah After trying a hair-growing formula (charged to the company's health insurance), Homer gets promoted to an executive position, and gets a male secretary who helps him along in his job. Harvey Fierstein as Voice of Karl.
Episode 3
10/25/90
Treehouse of Horror
(Halloween Special)
The Simpsons move into a haunted house, complete with a dimensional vortex, bleeding walls, and an Indian burial ground. Aliens kidnap the Simpsons, and invite them to a "great feast" on Rigel 4. James Earl Jones narrates Edgar Allen Poe's classic tale starring the Simpsons.
Episode 4
11/1/90
Two Cars in Every Garage,
Three Eyes on Every Fish
In order to keep his nuclear plant from being closed down due to numerous violations, Montgomery Burns decides to run for governor.
Episode 5
11/8/90
Dancin' Homer After helping the Springfield Isotopes win a game, "Dancin' Homer" becomes the team mascot, and the family gets invited to Capital City. Featuring guest stars Tony Bennett as himself, Tom Poston as the voice of the Capital City Goofball, Daryl L. Coley as the voice of "Bleeding Gums" Murphy, Ken Levine as the voice of Dan Horde.
Episode 6
11/15/90
Dead Putting Society Bart and Todd Flanders enter a miniature golf tournament at Sir Putt-A-Lots. However, Homer and Ned Flanders bet that the father of the boy who does not win mows the neighbor's lawn in their wife's Sunday dress.
Episode 7
11/22/90
Bart vs. Thanksgiving Bart runs away from home when he "accidentally" burns Lisa's masterpiece and refuses to apologize about it.
Episode 8
12/6/90
Bart the Daredevil Bart embarks on a life of death-defying feats when he sees a daredevil perform at a Monster Truck Rally.
Episode 9
12/20/90
Itchy & Scratchy & Marge After watching an Itchy and Scratchy cartoon, Maggie bonks Homer in the head with a hammer. When this happens, Marge vows to eliminate violence in cartoons. With Alex Rocco as Voice of Roger Myers Jr.
Episode 10
1/10/91
Bart Gets Hit by a Car When Mr. Burns hits Bart in a auto accident, and is willing to pay only one-hundred dollars, Homer sues Mr. Burns for a million.
Episode 11
1/24/91
One Fish, Two Fish, Blow Fish, Blue Fish Homer believes that he has 24 hours to live after thinking he ate the deadly blowfish at a local sushi restaurant. Featuring Larry King (as Voice of Himself), George Takei (as Voice of Akira), Sab Shimono (as Voice of Master Chef), Joey Miyashima (as Voice of Toshiro), Diana Tanaka (as Voice of Hostess).
Episode 12
1/31/91
The Way We Was When the TV goes out, Homer and Marge tell how they first met in 1974 Springfield. Guest voiced by Jon Lovitz.
Episode 13
2/7/91
Homer vs. Lisa and the 8th Commandment Homer gets an illegal cable hook-up, which Lisa refuses to watch, for fear of losing her soul.
Episode 14
2/14/91
Principal Charming Homer sets up a date between Principal Skinner and Marge's sister, Selma. However, it ends up being Skinner and Patty.
Episode 15
2/21/91
Oh Brother, Where Art Thou? Fearing death, Grandpa Simpson tells Homer that he has a half-brother. This half-brother, Herbert Powell (guest voice, Danny DeVito), is a carmaker in Detroit, and wants Homer to design a car for the average man to save his car company.
Episode 16
3/7/91
Bart's Dog Gets An F After chewing up Homer's new $125 sneakers and the Bouvier family quilt, Santa's Little Helper is enrolled in an obedience school. Guest voiced by Tracey Ullman as Voice of Emily Winthropp.
Episode 17
3/28/91
Old Money When Abraham "Grandpa" Simpson inherits one hundred six thousand dollars from his deceased sweetie, he decides to give it to people who need it most. Featuring Audrey Meadows as Voice of Beatrice Simmons.
Episode 18
4/11/91
Brush with Greatness While Homer tackles his weight problem, Marge takes up painting, a skill which she gave up due to an obnoxious art teacher in high school, and ends up being commissioned to do a portrait of Mr. Burns. Guest voices Jon Lovitz and Ringo Starr.
Episode 19
4/25/91
Lisa's Substitute Lisa's regular teacher falls sick, and gets replaced with a substitute teacher who changes the face of learning for Lisa. Meanwhile, Bart runs against Martin, the class brain, for president of his class. With Guest star, Dustin Hoffman.
Episode 20
5/2/91
War of the Simpsons After being embarrassed by Homer during a house party, Marge signs up for Reverend Lovejoy's marriage retreat at Catfish Lake. However, Homer has fishing on his mind, and the only sitter they could get at the last minute is Grandpa Simpson.
Episode 21
5/9/91
Three Men and a Comic Book In order to earn enough money to purchase the very first "Radioactive Man" comic book, Bart takes a part time job with a neighbor. However, after discovering that working is for chumps, Bart enters into a partnership with Martin and Milhouse. Guest voiced by Cloris Leachman and Daniel Stern.
Episode 22
7/11/91
Blood Feud Mr. Burns needs double-O negative blood, and only Bart can supply it. Now, Homer wants some gratitude for Bart's donation.



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Season Three (1991-1992)
24 episodes

Episode 1
9/19/91

Stark Raving Dad

Thanks to Bart leaving his lucky red hat in the load of washed white shirts, Homer wears a pink shirt to the nuclear power plant. He is promptly committed to a mental institution, where he meets up with a white man who walks and talks like Michael Jackson (portrayed by John Jay Smith in speaking parts and Kipp Lennon in song).
Episode 2
9/26/91
Mr. Lisa Goes To Washington Thanks to Lisa's patriotic and winning essay in a Reading Digest contest, the Simpsons win a trip to Washington DC. However, Lisa's faith in democracy is shaken when she sees her local representative taking a bribe for a permit to cut down Springfield National Forest. Guest voice: Lona Williams.
Episode 3
10/3/91
When Flanders Failed Ned Flanders quits his regular job and announces at a barbecue that he is opening a mall store catering to lefties. Homer, however, wishes that Flanders would fail.
Episode 4
10/10/91
Bart The Murderer After having a very lousy day of school, Bart accidentally stumbles into "The Legitimate Businessman Social Club", a mobster front. He becomes a bartender, but when he shows up late at work and blames Principal Skinner, Skinner disappears. Featuring Joe Mantegna as Voice of Fat Tony and Neil Patrick Harris as Voice of Himself.
Episode 5
10/17/91
Homer Defined When Homer accidentally saved two nuclear plants, he becomes a hero, and is admired by his daughter, Lisa. Guest voices Jon Lovitz as Voice of Aristotle Amadopoulis, Earvin "Magic" Johnson Jr. as Voice of Himself, and Chick Hearn as Voice of Himself.
Episode 6
10/24/91
Like Father, Like Clown Krusty finally drops by to have dinner  with the Simpsons to thank Bart for believing him, and drops a bombshell: He real name is Krustofski, and he is estranged from his rabbi father (voiced by Jackie Mason), who disowned him when Krusty decided to be a clown instead of a rabbi. Now, Bart vows to reunite Klown and rabbi.
Episode 7
10/31/91
Treehouse of Horror II
(Halloween Special II)
The Simpsons, on a foreign trip, pick up a monkey's paw that gives the holder four wishes . . . with bad side effects. In a parody of a classic "Twilight Zone" episode, everyone in Springfield must be happy or else something will happen to them by a monster, namely Bart. Homer gets randomly fired from the nuclear power plant, and gets hired as a gravedigger. He falls asleep in the grave, and gets picked up by Mr. Burns for a cyborg experiment.
Episode 8
11/7/91
Lisa's Pony After disappointing Lisa, again, Homer finally gives Lisa a pony. Now, in desperation to pay off the bills associated with owning a pony, Homer works the graveyard shift at Apu's Kwik-E-Mart.
Episode 9
11/14/91
Saturdays of Thunder In order to build a father/son  relationship, Homer helps Bart build a soapbox racer. However, when Martin crashes his racer during the time trials, Bart must make an important decision: Turn his back on his father and be Martin's replacement driver, or race in his soapbox and let Nelson win. Features Larry McKay as Voice of TV Announcer.
Episode 10
11/21/91
Flaming Moe's Homer helps invent the hottest drink in Springfield. However, when Moe steals the recipe and turns Moe's Tavern into the hottest spot in Springfield, Homer vows revenge. Guests: Aerosmith as themselves (Steven Tyler, Joe Perry, Brad Whitford, Tom Hamilton, Joey Kramer), Catherine O'Hara as Voice of Colette the Waitress, and Jo Ann Harris as Voice of Wanda.
Episode 11
12/5/91
Burns Verkaufen der Kraftwerk
(Burns Sells The Power Plant)
Homer finds that his job as "safety inspector" is in danger when Mr. Burns sells the Springfield Nuclear Power Plant to German businessmen for $100,000,000.
Episode 12
12/26/91
I Married Marge The year is 1980, and Homer is working at the local miniature golfing course, living with Marge's parents, and dating Marge. Then Marge becomes pregnant with Bart.
Episode 13
1/9/92
Radio Bart It's Bart's tenth birthday. Bart receives a radio microphone, which he promptly uses to play practical jokes on everyone, including that a little boy named Timmy O'Toole has fallen down the local well. Features Sting as himself.
Episode 14
1/23/92
Lisa the Greek Lisa's football predicting skills brings about a closer relationship between Homer and Lisa, not to mention making Moe broke, until Lisa realizes that the relationship may end with the Super Bowl.
Episode 15
2/6/92
Homer Alone When the family causes Marge to flip out, she takes a vacation from it all at Rancho Relaxo, leaving Lisa and Bart with Patty and Selma, and Homer alone with Maggie.
Episode 16
2/13/92
Bart the Lover He has the name of the 23rd president, the face of Gordie Howe, and the lines of a Frenchman. Is Mrs. Krabappel's new pen pal/lover Bart's latest practical joke? Meanwhile, Homer starts building a doghouse, and learns to give up swearing.
Episode 17
2/20/92
Homer at the Bat Mr. Burns bets $1,000,000 that his company team can beat a competing plant's team. In order to do so, he replaced the regular company team with new security guard Roger Clemens, new janitor Wade Boggs, lunchroom cashier Ken Griffey Jr., and other new employees. Features the voices of Wade Boggs, Jose Cansenco, Roger Clemens, Ken Griffey Jr., Don Mattingly, Steve Sax, Mike Scioscia, Ozzie Smith, Darryl Strawberry, and Terry Cashman.
Episode 18
2/27/92
Separate Vocations After taking the Career Aptitude Normalization Test, or CANT test, Lisa finds out she's more suited to be a homemaker, while Bart is more suited to be a police officer. While Bart enjoys his taste of authority, Lisa turns into a bad kid. With Steve Allen as himself.
Episode 19
3/12/92
Dog of Death When Santa's Little Helper suffers from a twisted stomach, the Simpsons sacrifice in order to pay for a life saving operation. However, when the family's morale suffers from the cuts, the dog runs away, and quickly becomes one of Mr. Burns' hounds.
Episode 20
3/26/92
Colonel Homer After a particularly bad movie experience, Homer drives to a bar where he discovers a singer named Lurleen Lumpkin (Beverly D'Angelo). Now, Colonel Homer is her manager, much to Marge's disgust.
Episode 21
4/9/92
Black Widower Sideshow Bob (Kelsey Grammer) gets paroled, and marries Selma. However, Bart suspects that Sideshow Bob has something else up his sleeve.
Episode 22
4/23/92
The Otto Show Otto loses his job driving the school bus, partially because he doesn't have a driver's license, and, after being kicked out of his apartment, goes to live with the Simpsons. (Guest Music by Spinal Tap). Featuring Christopher Guest as Voice of Nigel Tufnel, Michael McKean as Voice of David St. Hubbins, and Harry Shearer as Voice of Derek Smalls.
Episode 23
5/7/92
Bart's Friend Falls In Love Bart and Milhouse enter the age of cooties, when Milhouse dates a new girl (Kimmy Robertson). Meanwhile, Homer tries to lose weight by listening to a subliminal tape.
Episode 24
8/27/92
Brother, Can You Spare Two Dimes? Herbert Powell (Danny DeVito) returns, and asks the Simpsons help for an invention idea of his, using the money Homer received from the nuclear plant for some bogus award. Also has Joe Frazier as Voice of Himself.



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Season Four (1992-1993)
22 episodes

Episode 1
9/24/92

Kamp Krusty

Bart and Lisa spend six weeks at Camp Krusty. However, the camp is not what it seems, as Bart and Lisa quickly find out. Gene Merlino as Voice of 'South of the Border' Singer (uncredited).
Episode 2
10/1/92
A Streetcar Named Marge Marge takes a part in the musical version of "A Streetcar Named Desire", a musical which has a strange resemblance to the Simpsons' own home life. Features Jon Lovitz as Voice of Llewelyn Sinclair and his sister, and Lona Williams as Voice of Debra Jo Smallwood.
Episode 3
10/8/92
Homer the Heretic Homer, in a dream, gets permission from God to skip church, much to Marge's objections.
Episode 4
10/15/92
Lisa the Beauty Queen Homer enters Lisa in a beauty contest, and Lisa comes in as runner up. However, when the original winner is injured, Lisa becomes "Little Miss Springfield". Featuring Bob Hope as himself, and Lona Williams as Amber Dempsey.
Episode 5
10/29/92
Treehouse of Horror III
(Halloween Special III
Bart receives, as a birthday present, an evil talking Krusty doll. King Homer is a King Kong clone. After being assigned to read a another book, Bart picks out an item from the occult section, and tries to raise the dead Snowball I, but instead cause the dead people to rise up.
Episode 6
11/3/92
Itchy & Scratchy: The Movie When Bart fails to keeps an eye on Maggie and puts her life in danger, Homer finally puts his foot down on Bart's mischief by passing the ultimate punishment: Bart can never see "The Itchy and Scratchy Movie".
Episode 7
11/5/92
Marge Gets a Job The Simpsons home needs about $8,000 worth of foundation work, so Marge gets a job at the Springfield Nuclear Power Plant. However, things start getting a bit sticky when Mr. Burns develops a crush on Marge. Guest Music by Tom Jones.
Episode 8
11/12/92
New Kid on the Block Bart develops a crush on the new girl next door, but his heart is broken when she dates Jimbo. Sara Gilbert and Pamala Reed guest star.
Episode 9
11/19/92
Mr. Plow After Homer wrecks the two family cars during a snowstorm, he buys a snowplow, and starts up "Mr. Plow". However, the competition becomes cut-throat when Homer's best buddy, Barney, starts up a competing plowing business, "Plow King". Guest Starring Adam West and Linda Ronstadt as themselves.
Episode 10
12/3/92
Lisa's First Words While trying to get Maggie to say her first words, Homer recalls what happened a few years back when Lisa was born, when they first moved into their present home, and what Lisa said her first words. Elizabeth Taylor provides Maggie's first word.
Episode 11
12/17/92
Homer's Triple Bypass All those years of eating those fatty foods has caused Homer to have a heart attack. Now, Homer has a choice - spend $40,000 for Dr. Hibbert's bypass operation, or $129.95 for Dr. Nick Riviera's operation.
Episode 12
1/14/93
Marge vs. the Monorail After getting $3 million from a fine due to Mr. Burn's illegal disposal of nuclear waste, the town decides to spend money on a needless monorail that quickly falls apart. (Guest starring Leonard Nimoy)
Episode 13
1/21/93
Selma's Choice After aunt Gladys Bouvier dies, Selma decides to try to get married and have a child.
Episode 14
2/4/93
Brother from the Same Planet Bart decides to get a bigger brother when Homer neglects him for the last time. Turnabout is fair play, Homer replaces Bart with a little brother. Meanwhile, Lisa becomes addicted to the Corey hot-line, a 900 number.
Episode 15
2/11/93
I Love Lisa Lisa's valentine to the most disliked boy in her class causes her to be chased by him. Guest voice Michael Carrington as Voice of Krusty Anniversary Announcer / Rex.
Episode 16
2/18/93
Duffless After Homer gets caught drunk driving, he promises Marge to stay off the Duff for one month. Meanwhile, when Bart ruins Lisa's science project, Lisa vows to take revenge by determining which is smarter: a hamster or Bart.
Episode 17
3/11/93
Last Exit to Springfield Homer becomes a Union boss and negotiates a new contract with the Springfield Nuclear Power Plant, mindful that Lisa needs braces. Dr. Joyce Brothers guest stars.
Episode 18
4/1/93
So It's Come to This:
A Simpsons Clip Show
When Homer get seriously injured from Bart's practical joke, the Simpsons recall at the hospital various moments from past episodes.
Episode 19
4/15/93
The Front After watching a particularly bad "Itchy and Scratchy" cartoon, Lisa and Bart ghost write their own using their grandfather's name. Meanwhile, Homer takes night school to make up a missing science credit. Brooke Shields provides her own voice.
Episode 20
4/29/93
Whacking Day While the town of Springfield prepares for the annual snake whacking day, Bart gets expelled from school for embarrassing Mr. Skinner during a school inspection. Guest Music by Barry White.
Episode 21
5/6/93
Marge in Chains When the Osaka Flu hits Springfield, everyone suffers. And when Marge accidentally shoplifts at the Kwik-E-Mart, she spends 30 days at the local prison. David Crosby plays himself.
Episode 22
5/13/93
Krusty Gets Kancelled When the Gabbo show causes Krusty to get cancelled, Krusty quickly hits the skids. However, Lisa and Bart vow to help Krusty out by organizing a comeback special. Guest Cameos voiced by Red Hot Chili Peppers, Johnny Carson, Hugh Hefner, Bette Midler, Luke Perry, Elizabeth Taylor, and Barry White.



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Season Five (1993-1994)
22 episodes

Episode 1
9/30/93

Homer's Barbershop Quartet

We flashback to 1985, where Homer, Apu, Principal Skinner, and Barney were the hit barbershop quartet known as the "B Sharps". Guest voices: Dan Jordan, David Crosby, George Economou, George Harrison, James Campbell, and Shelby Grimm.
Episode 2
10/7/93
Cape Feare Sideshow Bob (Kelsey Grammer) is paroled from prison, and he has only one thing in mind for Bart: revenge.
Episode 3
10/14/93
Homer Goes to College In order to continue in his job at the Nuclear power plant, Homer must attend college.
Episode 4
10/21/93
Rosebud When Mr. Burns was very young, he gave up his teddy bear, Bobo, for a life of riches. Now growing old, he desires for his teddy bear, which Maggie loves dearly. Guest Music by the Ramones (Joey Ramone, Johnny Ramone, Marky Ramone, and C.J. Ramone as themselves).
Episode 5
10/28/93
Treehouse of Horror IV
(Halloween Special IV)
Homer gives up his soul for a single doughnut. Now, the Devil wants Homer. Bart Simpson has a nightmare about a bus crash. And his nightmare is about to come true when a playful gremlin starts taking the bus apart piece by piece. Mr. Burns is a vampire, and he wants blood.
Episode 6
11/4/93
Marge on the Lam When Homer fails to show up, Marge decides to go to the ballet with Ruth Powers, the next door neighbor. Ruth returns the favour and takes Marge out the next night. Unbeknownst to Marge, Ruth is driving a stolen car. Featuring George Fenneman as voice of Narrator and Pamela Reed as the voice of Ruth Powers.
Episode 7
11/11/93
Bart's Inner Child Bart accidentally has the entire town emulating his actions, thanks to a feel-good therapist. Features James Brown and Albert Brooks.
Episode 8
11/18/93
Boy-Scoutz N The Hood When Bart finds a $20, he spends it on a squishy, made of pure syrup. After a wild night, he wakes up to find that he joined a boy scout troop, with den father Ned Flanders. Guest Starring Ernest Borgnine
Episode 9
12/9/93
The Last Temptation of Homer Homer falls in love with a new female employee at the nuclear plant who is just like Homer. Homer, however, feels guilty. Meanwhile, Bart becomes the school nerd after a visit to the doctor. Featuring Werner von Klemperer as Voice of Guardian Angel, and Michelle Pfeiffer as Voice of Mindy Simmons.
Episode 10
12/16/93
$pringfield When the local economy stalls, everyone, including Marge, votes to legalize gambling in Springfield. Mr. Burns even opens up his own casino, Homer gets to be a blackjack dealer, and Marge is addicted to the slot machines. With Gerry Cooney and Robert Goulet as themselves.
Episode 11
1/6/94
Homer the Vigilante When a cat burglar hits Springfield, Homer vows to fight back. Features Sam Neill as the voice of Molloy.
Episode 12
2/3/94
Bart Gets Famous After escaping from a field trip to a cardboard factory, Bart sneaks into the Krusty the Klown show, and becomes his assistant. However, Bart is launched into instant stardom after accidentally wrecking a set on live TV and uttering, "I didn't do it." Guest Starring Conan O'Brien.
Episode 13
2/10/94
Homer and Apu After getting food poisoning from eating the Kwik-E-Mart food, Homer gets Apu, the Kwik-E-Mart employee, fired. Regretting his actions, Homer vows to get Apu his job back. With James Woods as himself and Michael Carrington as Voice of Comedian.
Episode 14
2/17/94
Lisa vs. Malibu Stacey After objecting to the voice disk used on her new talking Malibu Stacey doll that demeans women, Lisa find the creator and they produce a new doll that reflects the 90s. Guest Appearance by Kathleen Turner.
Episode 15
2/24/94
Deep Space Homer After seeing their ratings decline, NASA decides to send Joe Average to space. In this case, Joe Average is Homer Simpson. Features Buzz Aldrin and James Taylor as themselves.
Episode 16
3/17/94
Homer Loves Flanders After Ned Flanders give a ticket to Homer for a much-hyped football game, Homer becomes Ned's best friend.
Episode 17
3/31/94
Bart Gets An Elephant Bart forgoes a $10,000 cash prize for an elephant. Problem is, the elephant is causing some major problems.
Episode 18
4/14/94
Burns' Heir Nearly drowning in the bathtub, Mr. Burns decides to find an heir. He sees it in the form of Bart Simpson and coerces the young Simpson into staying with him.
Episode 19
4/28/94
Sweet Seymour Skinner's Baddasssss Song Bart brings the family dog to school for Show and Tell, unfortunately the dog escapes and indirectly gets Principal Skinner fired. School life under Principal Flanders just isn't the same and Bart schemes to get Skinner back.
Episode 20
5/5/94
The Boy Who Knew Too Much Bart skips class and witnesses a waiter brutally beaten. The Mayor's nephew is blamed, but Bart can clear him. However it would mean coming clean about skipping class.
Episode 21
5/12/94
Lady Bouvier's Lover Grampa Simpson falls in love with Marge's mother, Jackie, but Mr. Burns woos her away from him. Grampa is broken hearted when learning Jackie is going to marry Burns. Kipp Lennon does the voice of 'The Sound of Grampa' Singer (uncredited).
Episode 22
5/19/94
Secrets of a Successful Marriage Worrying about being slow, Homer decides to teach a marriage course. Unfortunately, he doesn't succeed as a teacher until he starts spilling some of Marge's personal secrets.



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Season Six (1994-1995)
25 episodes

Episode 1
9/4/94

Bart of Darkness

After breaking his leg, Bart spends the Summer at his bedroom window, spying on the neighbors with a telescope. Bart finds the view boring until he sees Ned Flanders murdering his wife.
Episode 2
9/11/94
Lisa's Rival It looks as if Lisa's days as the class brain are numbered when the new student (Winona Ryder) proves to be smarter, younger, and plays the sax better than her. Meanwhile, Homer strikes white gold in the form of an over-turned Sugar truck.
Episode 3
9/25/94
Another Simpsons Clip Show A romance novel prompts Marge to have a family meeting to discuss the values of love and past romances.
Episode 4
10/2/94
Itchy & Scratchy Land The family's trip to Itchy & Scratchy Land, the violentest place on earth, proves heavenly until the Itchy & Scratchy robots want to put the family there for real.
Episode 5
10/9/94
Sideshow Bob Roberts With the help of a radio talk show host, Mayor Quimby is pressured into releasing Sideshow Bob (Kelsey Grammer) from prison. Once out, Bob promptly runs against the mayor and wins. Bart and Lisa set out to prove Mayor Bob didn't win legally. Also featuring the voices of Dr. Demento as himself, Larry King as himself, Henry Corden as the voice of Fred Flintstone.
Episode 6
10/30/94
Treehouse of Horror V No TV and no beer makes Homer go insane at an isolated mountain lodge and only Bart's shinning can save the family. Ned Flanders becomes the ruler of a George Orwellian world after Homer adversely uses a toaster to change the past. Overcrowding at the school's detention room and budget cuts in the cafeteria leads Principal Skinner to come up with a unique solution. (With the voice of James Earl Jones as Maggie!)
Episode 7
11/6/94
Bart's Girlfriend Bart's infatuation with the Reverend's daughter is short-lived when she steals the church collection plate and he is blamed for the theft. Guest starring Meryl Streep.
Episode 8
11/13/94
Lisa on Ice Sibling rivalry breaks out on and off the ice when Lisa proves to be a better hockey player than Bart.
Episode 9
11/27/94
Homer Bad Man Homer's life comes crashing down on him when a simple grab for a candy treat is misinterpreted is sexual harassment by the family's new baby-sitter. Dennis Franz portrays himself.
Episode 10
12/4/94
Grampa vs. Sexual Inadequacy Grampa Simpson's love tonic saves Homer and Marge's sex life, but breaks the bond between Father and Son. Meanwhile, Bart thinks Springfield is invaded by UFOs.
Episode 11
12/18/94
Fear of Flying Marge's fear of flying is revealed after the family earns a free trip to almost any state of their choice. To help overcome her fear, Marge visits a psychiatrist. Special guest voices: Pamela Hayden as Voice of Stewardess and Lesbian, Anne Bancroft as Voice of Dr. Zweig, Ted Danson as Voice of Sam Malone, Woody Harrelson as Voice of Woody Boyd, Rhea Perlman as Voice of Carla Tortelli, John Ratzenberger as Voice of Cliff Clavin, and George Wendt as Voice of Norm Peterson.
Episode 12
1/8/95
Homer the Great Homer joins a secret sociality, where his greatness is revealed, but only after he destroys the secret parchment and stripped of his membership. Patrick Stewart provides the voice of #1.
Episode 13
1/22/95
And Maggie Makes Three When Lisa wonders what happen to Maggie's photos in the family album, prompts Homer to tell the story on how he had to give up his dream job when Maggie was born.
Episode 14
2/5/95
Bart's Comet Springfield's days are numbered when Bart discovers a comet is heading straight for them. Now they must decide who will brave the comet's arrival and who can stay in the Flanders' bomb shelter.
Episode 15
2/12/95
Homie the Clown Homer's new job as a Krusty The Klown knock-off lands him in deep waters when mobsters want to give him a pair of cement clown shoes, thinking he's the real thing. With Dick Cavett as himself, Joe Mantegna as Fat Tony, and Johnny Unitas as himself.
Episode 16
2/19/95
Bart vs. Australia The government of Australia isn't impressed with Bart's prank phone call and demand that he apologizes in person.
Episode 17
2/26/95
Homer vs. Patty & Selma Homer's latest money making scheme backfires and he goes to Patty and Selma as the last resort to borrow money. Meanwhile, Bart takes up ballet. Featuring Mel Brooks as himself, and Susan Surrandon as the ballet instructor.
Episode 18
5/5/95
A Star is Burns In order to boost the towns' sagging popularly, the people of Springfield holds a Film Festival to attract more tourists. Marge invites Jay "The Critic" (Jon Lovitz) Sherman to judge. Also features Maurice La Marche as George C. Scott.
Episode 19
3/19/95
Lisa's Wedding Lisa attends the Springfield Renaissance Faire, where a deck of fortune-teller cards spells out future wedding plans. Has Mandy Patinkin as Voice of Hugh Parkfield.
Episode 20
4/9/95
Two Dozen and One Greyhounds Santa's Little Helper's frisky nature nets the Simpsons a new dog and 25 spanking new puppies. When Burns steals the young greyhounds, Bart and Lisa set out to discover why he wants them.
Episode 21
4/16/95>
The PTA Disbands A few weeks away from school is what Dr. Bart has ordered when he successfully schemes to have the teachers go on strike. But much to Bart's surprise the school reopens and Marge is his new teacher. Meanwhile, Lisa tries to cope with the situation.
Episode 22
4/30/95
'Round Springfield While visiting Bart in the hospital, Lisa  learns a real-life lesson when a fellow patient is Bleeding Gums Murphy (Ron Taylor) and he tells his life story for the last time. Steve Allen portrays himself.
Episode 23
5/7/95
The Springfield Connection There's a new cop in town and her name is Marge Simpson. Her job is to clean up the town  of its criminals. Unfortunately, not all the criminals are on the street as Marge soon discovers.
Episode 24
5/14/95
Lemon of Troy Bart leads a group of boys in taking back the town's beloved Lemon tree when it is stolen by a group of kids from a rivalling town.
Episode 25
9/17/95
Who Shot Mr. Burns? - Part One It's bad enough that Mr. Burns steals the newly discovered oil under Springfield Elementary, but it's going too far when he steals the town's sunshine. He is shot and everyone wonders who did the dirty deed. John Walsh, Dennis Franz, Andrew Shue, Courtney Thorne-Smith, Kevin Nealon, Chris Elliott, Daryl Gates, Jimmy Vaccaro, and Elizabeth Hayes are featured.



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Season Seven (1995-1996)
25 episodes

Episode 1
9/17/95

Who Shot Mr. Burns? - Part Two

With Burns shot, Chief Wiggum follows a trail of DNA that leads to the Simpsons front door step. Homer is charged for the shooting and before Homer can be jailed, he escapes. It's a race to see who reaches Burns' hospital room first. features Tito Puente and His Latin Jazz Ensemble as themselves.
Episode 2
9/24/95
Radioactive Man Friendships could be torn when Bart and Milhouse are both up for the role of `Fallout Boy' in the new `Radioactive Man' movie. Featuring Doris Grau as Lunch Lady Doris, Phil Hartman as Lionel Hutz, and Mickey Rooney as himself.
Episode 3
10/1/95
Home Sweet Home-Diddily-Dum-Doodily Bart, Lisa and Maggie are placed in the care of the Flanders family when Homer and Marge are found to be unfit parents. Now, Homer and Marge must prove to the authorities that they are fit parents. Frank Welker (as Voice of the Monkey/ SLH)
Episode 4
10/8/95
Bart Sells His Soul Bart's faith is tested when he sells his soul for five dollars. Meanwhile, Moe turns the Tavern into Uncle Moe's Family Feedbag.
Episode 5
10/15/95
Lisa the Vegetarian A trip to a local petting zoo leads to confrontations at the dinner table when Lisa decides to become a vegetarian. Guest starring Paul and Linda McCartney.
Episode 6
10/29/95
Treehouse of Horror VI
(Halloween Spooktacular VI)
Giant billboard characters come to life during a freakish weather storm. After a freakish boiler room accident, Groundskeeper Willy's dying curse is to vow revenge through the dreams of Springfields' children. Homer discovers a 3D dimension in his attempt to hide during Patty and Selma's latest house visit. With: Paul Anka (as Voice of Himself), Dennis Bailey (as Man on Street), Ron Brooks (as Man on Street), Trish Doolan (as Woman on Street), Marsha Waterbury (as Woman on Street).
Episode 7
11/5/95
King-Size Homer A strong desire to work at home prompts Homer to gain a lot of weight so he can claim work disability. Joan Kenley is the voice of Woman on Phone.
Episode 8
11/19/95
Mother Simpson Through a misunderstanding, Homer discovers his mother is very much alive, but with a very shady past. With Glenn Close as Voice of Mother Simpson, and Harry Morgan as Voice of Bill Gannon.
Episode 9
11/26/95
Sideshow Bob's Last Gleaming Sideshow Bob (Kelsey Grammer) slips away from prison detail, steals an atomic bomb and threatens to detonate it unless the town of Springfield gives up television. Also has R. Lee Ermey as Voice of Colonel Leslie "Hap" Hapablap.
Episode 10
12/3/95
The Simpsons 138th Episode Spectacular! Troy McClure (voiced by Phil Hartman) hosts a half-hour show looking back at The Simpsons eight year history. Also has Buzz Aldrin as himself and Glenn Close as Mother Simpson. Note-- The scene shown during the beginning with Itchy and Scratchy beating up Hitler was from the episode 'Itchy and Scratchy: The Movie'. This scene is now cut from syndication.
Episode 11
12/17/95
Marge Be Not Proud Bart manages to keep a failed "four-fingered discount" trip a secret from Homer and Marge. But unfortunately, Marge finds out when the family returns to the store to have the family Christmas photo taken. With the voice of Lawrence Tierney as Don Brodka.
Episode 12
1/7/96
Team Homer Thanks to Burns' ether induced state, Homer gets the money he needs to start a bowling team. However, Burns' head clears and he wants in.
Episode 13
1/14/96
Two Bad Neighbors Homer's jealousy at all the attention his new neighbors, George and Barbara Bush, receives, turns to rage when the former President gives Bart a spanking.
Episode 14
2/4/96
Scenes from the Class Struggle in Springfield The Simpson family mingle with social highbrows when a chance encounter between Marge and an old classmate yields an invitation to the Springfield Country Club. Tom Kite does his own voice.
Episode 15
2/11/96
Bart the Fink When Bart accidentally finks on him to the IRS, Krusty the Klown decides to go for that last plane ride. Guest starring Bob Newhart as himself.
Episode 16
2/18/96
Lisa the Iconoclast While digging into Jebediah Springfield's past, Lisa discovers that the town founder isn't the hero as everyone thinks he was. Donald Sutherland guest voices as Hollis Hurlbutt.
Episode 17
2/25/96
Homer the Smithers Smithers takes a much needed vacation and to insure his position at the nuclear plant, he hires Homer as his temporary replacement.
Episode 18
3/17/96>
The Day the Violence Died With the help of Lionel Hutz, Bart unwittingly bankrupts the studio that produces Itchy & Scratchy when he and Hutz successfully prove the idea for Itchy was stolen some years ago. Special Guests: Kirk Douglas as Chester J. Lampwick, Alex Rocco as Roger Myers Jr., Jack Sheldon as Voice of The Amendment, and Suzanne Somers as herself.
Episode 19
3/24/96
A Fish Called Selma Troy McClure's (Phil Hartman) sagging film career is given a boost when he is seen in public with Selma. And to stay in the public eye, Troy must do more than merely date her. Features Jeff Goldblum as the voice of MacArthur Parker.
Episode 20
3/31/96
Bart on the Road With fake drivers ID in hand, have Bart will travel. In this case, Nelson, Martin and Milhouse come along for the ride when Bart hits the wide open road. Meanwhile, Lisa spends some quality time with Homer at the power plant. Jim Lau does the voice of Hong Kong Doctor.
Episode 21
4/14/96
22 Short Films About Springfield A dull, lazy afternoon, prompts Bart and Milhouse to wonder if anything interest ever happens in Springfield -- a cue for a series of clips about Springfield.
Episode 22
4/28/96
Raging Abe Simpson and his Grumbling Grandson in 'The Curse of the Flying Hellfish' Buried World War II treasure is the prize in a tontine, in which Grampa and Mr. Burns are the last two surviving members. But Burns is determined that he'll be the one who collects the prize.
Episode 23
5/5/96
Much Apu About Nothing Anti-immigration fever hits Springfield and Homer catches the fever until he discovers Apu is an illegal immigrant. Joe Mantegna guest stars as Fat Tony.
Episode 24
5/12/96
Homerpalooza Homer earns himself a place in Lollapalooza, as part of the travelling freak show: catching cannon balls with his belly. Guests include: Cypress Hill, Peter Frampton, The Smashing Pumpkins, and Sonic Youth as themselves.
Episode 25
5/19/96
Summer of 4 Ft. 2 In the hopes of making friends on the latest family vacation trip, Lisa packs an empty suitcase, determined to leave her "nerdy" self behind. With Christina Ricci as the voice of Erin.



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Season Eight (1996-1997)
25 episodes

Episode 1
10/27/96

Treehouse of Horror VII

Bart discovers the "evil twin" brother he never knew he had. Lisa's tooth-desolved-in-soda science experiment develops into a higher form of life. As the election draws near, the aliens Kang and Kodos assume the roles of Bob Dole and Bill Clinton.
Episode 2
11/3/96
You Only Move Twice Homer moves the family to a new town after he receives a better job offer, at a better nuclear power plant, but Homer is oblivious to the fact that his new boss is a Super Villain who is out to rule the world. Guest starring Albert Brooks as Hank Scorpio.
Episode 3
11/10/96
The Homer They Fall Moe turns Homer into a successful boxer after discovering Homer can absorb massive blows to the head, but Marge is worried that won't save Homer in the upcoming match with Dreaderick Tatum, the heavyweight champion. Featuring the voices of Michael Buffer as himself, Paul Winfield as Lucius Sweet,and Sally Stevens as Singer.
Episode 4
11/17/96
Burns, Baby Burns Burns discovers his long lost 60-year-old illegitimate son, Larry, is insulting and lazy, and wants nothing to do with him. Homer thinks a good kidnapping is all that's needed to change Burns' mind. Rodney Dangerfield guest stars.
Episode 5
11/24/96
Bart After Dark As punishment for destroying private property, Bart is force to work for the homeowner, but unbeknown to everyone in  the family, including Bart, the homeowner runs a shady business where people leave with lighter wallets and smiles on their faces.
Episode 6
12/1/96
A Milhouse Divided Homer questions his own marriage bless when, at the latest Simpsons party, Kirk and Luann Van Houten announce their divorce.
Episode 7
12/15/96
Lisa's Date with Density Lisa enters into a doomed romance when she attempts to change Nelson Muntz, the school bully she develops a crush on. Meanwhile, Homer discovers quick cash in telemarketing fraud.
Episode 8
12/29/96
Hurricane Neddy Ned Flanders checks himself into a mental hospital after suffering a nervous breakdown when his house is destroyed in a hurricane. Features Jon Lovitz.
Episode 9
1/5/97
El Viaje Misterioso de Nuestro Homer a.k.a. The Mysterious Voyage of Our Homer Consuming too many hot peppers gives Homer visions, which tell him to seek out his "soulmate". Johnny Cash gives voice to the spirit coyote.
Episode 10
1/12/97
The Springfield Files Homer witnesses something out of this world in Springfield woods, but no one believes him, not even FBI agents Fox Mulder(David Duchovny) and Dana Scully (Gillian Anderson). Also features Leonard Nimoy as himself.
Episode 11
1/19/07
The Twisted World of Marge Simpson Marge's new pretzel franchise is failing until Homer strikes a deal with Fat Tony, Springfield's local mobster. with the voices of Jack Lemmon as Frank Ormand, and Joe Mantegna as Fat Tony.
Episode 12
2/2/97
Mountain of Madness To promote team work amongst the power plant's employees Burns makes them go on a corporate retreat up in the mountains: the goal to find a hidden cabin.
Episode 13
2/7/97
Simpsoncalifragilisticexpiala (Annoyed Grunt)cious The Simpson family get a nanny after Marge starts loosing her hair to overwork stress. Featuring the voice talents of: Maggie Roswell as Shary Bobbins/ Nurse/ Mrs. Pennyfeather, and Pamela Haydenas Jimbo Jones and Mrs. Pennywinkle.
Episode 14
2/9/97
The Itchy & Scratchy & Poochie Show Homer provides the voice for Poochie, a new character added to the "The Itchy and Scratchy Show" in a desperate attempt to boost sagging ratings. With Alex Rocco as Roger Myers Jr.
Episode 15
2/16/97
Homer's Phobia A shop owner, voiced by John Waters, befriends the Simpson family, but after discovering he is an homosexual Homer fears Bart will emulate him.
Episode 16
2/23/97
The Brother From Another Series Bart suspects a sinister motive when Sideshow Bob (Kelsey Grammer) reunites with his estranged bother Cecil (David Hyde), who promptly places Bob in charge of supervising the building of Springfield's Hydroelectric Dam.
Episode 17
3/2/97
My Sister, My Sitter Lisa's babysitting reputation is put to the test when she is assigned the task of babysitting Bart and Maggie, for which Bart is determine to make Lisa's life a living Hell. Frequent addition, Pamela Hayden does the voice of Janey Powell.
Episode 18
3/16/97
Homer vs. the Eighteenth Amendment When Prohibition hits the town of Springfield, and with Bart's help, Homer goes into the booze-making business. Joe Mantegna as Fat Tony, and Dave Thomas as Rex Banner.
Episode 19
4/6/97
Grade School Confidential After stumbling across Principal Skinner and Mrs. Krabappel kissing, Bart strikes a deal with them to keep it a secret, but unknown to Bart the deal he makes lands him in the middle of this love affair. Pamela Hayden gives voice to Milhouse and Pahusacheta.
Episode 20
4/13/97
The Canine Mutiny Purchasing an expensive purebred dog on a fraudulent credit card lands Bart in the doghouse when creditors want the pooch back, but Santa's Little Helper ends up the real loser here.
Episode 21
4/20/97
The Old Man and the Lisa Mr. Burns loses his vast fortune and turns to Lisa for help in getting it back through environmental means. Bret Hart portrays himself.
Episode 22
4/27/97
In Marge We Trust Marge becomes the "Listen Lady" when the people of Springfield turn to her after Reverend Lovejoy loses interest in helping people. Meanwhile, Homer sets out to discover why his face is on a box of dish soap. With voices added by: Maggie Roswell as Helen Lovejoy and Maude Flanders, Sab Shimono as Mr. Sparkle, Gedde Watanabe as Factory Worker, Denice Kumagai as Underwater Girl #1, Karen Maruyama as Underwater Girl #2, Pamela Hayden as Dolph and Jimbo Jones, and Tress MacNeille as Agnes Skinner.
Episode 23
5/4/97
Homer's Enemy Frank Grimes, the new employee at the power plant, isn't impress with Homer's bad habits and lack of professional work ethic, becomes disgruntled when he learns Homer is more of a success than he is. Frank Welker does the uncredited voice of Executive Vice President.
Episode 24
5/11/97
The Simpsons Spin-off Showcase The Simpsons present three spin-off spoofs. Chief Wiggum becomes a detective and moves to New Orleans with Principal Skinner as his assistant. Grampa Simpson's soul is trapped inside Moe's Love tester machine. The Simpson family host a '70ish variety show. Featuring: Tim Conway, Gailard Sartain, and Pamela Hayden.
Episode 25
5/18/97
The Secret War of Lisa Simpson Lisa is determine to stick it out as the only girl at boot camp when she and Bart attends military school. Willem Dafoe does the voice of Military School Commander.



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Season Nine (1997-1998)
25 episodes

Episode 1
9/21/97

The City of New York vs. Homer Simpson

Driven to the brink of sanity by his appointed status as designated driver, Barney Gumble drives to downtown Manhattan in Homer's car, leaving it there. But when the family journeys to the big apple to retrieve their property, Homer faces a one-on-one showdown with the dreaded boot. Featuring voice talents of: Michael Dees 'New York, New York' Singer (uncredited), and Joan Kenley as Phone Voice.
Episode 2
9/28/97
The Principal and the Pauper During a surprise banquet to honor his twentieth anniversary as principal, Seymour Skinner's true identity is revealed to be Armin Tamzarian. Now established as an impostor, Tamzarian retires and relocates to his old neighborhood in Capitol City. Martin Sheen does the guest voice of Seymour Skinner.
Episode 3
10/19/97
Lisa's Sax When Lisa's saxophone is destroyed during a scuffle with Bart, the family recounts the story of how she got her instrument during the terrible heat wave of 1990. With Fyvush Finkel as himself.
Episode 4
10/26/97
Treehouse of Horror VIII
(Halloween Spooktacular VIII)
Homer battles killer mutants after Springfield is destroyed in a nuclear blast. Next, a matter transportation device melds Bart with a housefly in. Finally, Marge is accused of witchcraft during colonial times.
Episode 5
11/2/97
The Cartridge Family After a wild soccer riot tears up Springfield, Homer purchases a handgun to protect his family. But when Marge's repeated requests to dispose of the weapon go without notice, she whisks herself and the kids away to a seedy motel.
Episode 6
11/9/97
Bart Star A local health fair shows that Springfield's young boys are out of shape, leading parents to sign their sons up for pee-wee football. But when Homer snags coaching position, a more talented quarterback is replaced by Bart. Featured voices: Roy Firestone as himself, Mike Judge as Hank Hill, and Joe Namath as himself.
Episode 7
11/16/97
The Two Mrs. Nahasapeemapetilons Just as he begins to enjoy his popularity as a swinging bachelor, Apu receives an unwelcome reminder of his pending arranged marriage. Desperate to escape the agreement, Apu claims to have already married Marge Simpson. Voice talents of: Jan Hooks as Manjula, Maggie Roswellas Miss Hoover, Luann van Houten, Ruth Powers, Apu's Mother, and Retirement Castle Worker,; and Andrea Martin as Apu's Mother.
Episode 8
11/23/97
Lisa the Skeptic While Lisa and her classmates conduct an archaeological survey, a skeleton with abnormal bone structures growing from the shoulders is uncovered, leading the townspeople to conclude the remains are that of an angel. Featuring: Stephen Jay Gould as himself.
Episode 9
12/7/97
Realty Bites When Marge becomes a real estate agent, her firm loses lucrative sales due to her total honesty. Meanwhile, Homer buys a 1960s hot-rod convertible at the local police auction. Unfortunately, the rod's former owner and convicted felon, Snake, wants his property returned post haste, and will do anything to get it back.
Episode 10
12/21/97
Miracle on Evergreen Terrace People throughout Springfield open their hearts--and wallets--after Bart accidentally burns the family's Christmas presents and claims they were stolen by a burglar. But when the truth is revealed, the Simpsons find themselves pariahs. Alex Trebek appears as himself.
Episode 11
1/4/98
All Singing, All Dancing Anticipating a bloody Clint Eastwood and Lee Marvin shoot-'em-up, Bart and Homer are horrified to discover that their video rental, Paint Your Wagon, is actually a musical. George Harrison appears as himself.
Episode 12
1/11/98
Bart Carny When Homer costs a carnival worker (Jim Varney) and his son their jobs, Homer offers the pair a place to stay. But when the carnies lock the family out of their house and claim it as their own, Homer attempts to get it back by outsmarting the two.
Episode 13
2/8/98
The Joy of Sect Along with the majority of Springfield, Homer and company are lured into the Movementarian cult by a slick pamphlet and tantalizing promises. But as Marge begins to realize that the cult only has money on its mind, she must try her hand at deprogramming to rescue her family.
Episode 14
2/15/98
Das Bus Bart, Lisa and their classmates fight for survival after becoming stranded on a deserted island. Meanwhile, Homer attracts the attention of Bill Gates when he attempts to crack the lucrative internet egg with a home-based consulting firm. With James Earl Jones as the Narrator, and Jack Ong as the Chinese Fisherman.
Episode 15
2/22/98
The Last Temptation of Krust After finally accepting that his comedic style is outdated, Krusty settles on more edgier material: what's wrong with today's crop of stand-up comedians. Cameos by: Bruce Baum, Janeane Garofalo, Bobcat Goldthwait, Jay Leno, Hank Williams Jr., and Steven Wright.
Episode 16
3/1/98
Dumbbell Indemnity When Moe breaks himself romancing a new love, he enlists the aid of Homer in an illegal scheme to collect $5,000 dollars from his automobile's insurance policy. But after Homer botches the scam, Moe must find a way to bust his best customer out of the pen. Helen Hunt appears.
Episode 17
3/8/98
Lisa the Simpson Thanks to the unfounded predictions of Grampa Simpson, Lisa is convinced that she's genetically predisposed to lose her intelligence. Meanwhile, Apu discovers Jasper frozen in his freezer, and turns the Kwik-E-Mart into a tourist's trap.
Episode 18
3/22/98
This Little Wiggy Taking pity on the hapless Ralph Wiggum, Marge pairs him with Bart. But his association with Ralph quickly turns out to be more beneficial than burdensome when Bart learns that his father holds the master key to every store in Springfield.
Episode 19
3/29/98
Simpson Tide Bored as usual, Homer decides to take up a new career in the Navy, where he single-handedly cuts the ribbon on treason season by charting a submarine into soviet waters. Meanwhile, Bart gets his ear pierced. Guests: Bob Denver, Rod Steiger as voice of Captain Tenille, and Michael Carrington as Voice of Navy Instructor.
Episode 20
4/5/98
The Trouble with Trillions When Homer's unfastidious tax return accidentally falls into the severe audit bin at the IRS, he is promptly nabbed by the government. Forced to go undercover for them, Homer finds himself on a mission to retrieve a trillion dollar bill stolen by Burns. Paul Winfield does the voice of Lucius Sweet.
Episode 21
4/19/98
Girly Edition Bart attempts to upstage his sister when the pair land anchor seats on a Children's educational news program. Meanwhile, Homer exploits his elderly father to obtain a helper monkey, which he quickly puts to work looting donut shops.
Episode 22
4/26/98
Trash of the Titans When his crude insults persuade the local garbage men to terminate his trash pick-up service, Homer enters the race for sanitation commissioner, banking on the laziness of his fellow townspeople. Featuring the voice talents of: Steve Martin as Ray Patterson, U2 ( Bono, Adam Clayton, The Edge, Larry Mullen) as themselves, and Paul McGuiness as himself.
Episode 23
5/3/98
King of the Hill Crestfallen by Bart's shame of his poor physical condition, Homer sets out to work out. But when a pair of publicity scouts offer him the job of climbing The Murderhorn to promote their product, Homer is too blindsided by lust for physical perfection to turn down the expedition. Featuring Brendan Fraser as Brad, and Steven Weber as Neil.
Episode 24
5/10/98
Lost our Lisa After hastily boarding the wrong bus to a limited engagement museum exhibit, Lisa finds herself lost in unfamiliar parts of Springfield. Meanwhile, Bart adheres novelty items to his face.
Episode 25
5/17/98
Natural Born Kissers After a near-fatal encounter with a peeved farmer and his pitch-fork, Homer and Marge uncover the secret to reigniting their crapped-out sex life: dangerous situations.



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Season Ten (1998-1999)
23 episodes

Episode 1
8/23/98

Lard of the Dance

Homer and Bart team up to dip their hands in the grease recycling business. Meanwhile, Lisa is chosen to introduce a new student to Springfield Elementary, one who's years ahead of her age. With Lisa Kudrow as Alex Whitney.
Episode 2
9/20/98
The Wizard of Evergreen Terrace Homer experiences a mid-life crisis when he realizes, at 38.1 years of age, that he hasn't accomplished anything meaningful. To curve his remorse, Homer decides to pattern himself after Thomas Edison and become the next great inventor. Voices: Maggie Roswell as the Librarian and Miss It's True, and William Daniels as the voice of KITT (Knight Industries Two Thousand).
Episode 3
9/27/98
Bart, the Mother Bart accidentally kills a mother bird with Nelson Muntz's bee-bee gun, and tries his best to raise the mother's eggs on his own. But when the hatchlings turn out to be a pair of destructive lizards that harvest nests for their own survival, the town's bird population is placed at great risk.
Episode 4
10/25/98
Treehouse of Horror IX
(Halloween Spooktacular IX)
Homer's new hair transplant commands him to avenge its former owner's foes. Also, Bart and Lisa are sucked into their television to play a deadly game of cat and mouse with Itchy and Scratchy. Finally, Maggie's actual father is revealed to be an alien, leading to a spot on the esteemed Jerry Springer Show. Featuring: Robert Englund, Kathie Lee Gifford, Ed McMahon, Regis Philbin, and Jerry Springer as themselves.
Episode 5
11/8/98
When You Dish Upon a Star Keeping Hollywood secrets proves difficult for Homer when he scores a personal assistant job for the husband and wife team, Alec Baldwin & Kim Basinger. Also featuring Brian Grazer and Ron Howard.
Episode 6
11/15/98
D'oh-in in the Wind Homer sets out to determine what his middle initial stands for, but in the process, delves into the old free-spirit ways of hippies, inspired by his mother's radical past and former associates. With voices by Maggie Roswell as Maude and Fergie, George Carlin as Seth, and Martin Mull as Munchie.
Episode 7
11/22/98
Lisa Gets an A In discovering the joy of video gaming, Lisa neglects to study for her upcoming test, which she later relents to cheating upon in order to pass. But when the resulting grade raises the school's state average and qualifies it for financial aid, the intendance forces her to cover up all wrong- doing. Guest voices include Tress MacNeille as Mother/ Saleswoman, and Karl Wiedergott as False Atkins.
Episode 8
12/6/98
Homer Simpson in: "Kidney Trouble" On behalf of Homer's infamous ignorance, Grampa Simpson falls victim to a textbook kidney blowout. But when Homer steps up to offer a donor kidney, he quickly finds himself suffering from a much more common phenomenon: cold feet.
Episode 9
12/20/98
Mayored to the Mob When Homer rescues Mark Hamill and Mayor Quimby from a rowdy mob of sci-fi fanatics, he is appointed the mayor's new bodyguard. But after convincing Quimby that he needs to stop Fat Tony(Joe Mantegna)'s mob from selling rat's milk to the town's schools, the mayor's life is placed in jeopardy. Dick Tufeld is the voice of Robot (Lost in Space).
Episode 10
1/10/99
Viva Ned Flanders Discouraged by sixty years of minding his P's and Q's, Ned Flanders asks Homer to reveal the secret of his intoxicating lust for life. But Homer's plans to put the spice back into Ned's brio go haywire when they land the pair in wedlock with two grubby casino cocktail waitresses. The Moody Blues appear.
Episode 11
1/17/99
Wild Barts Can't Be Broken Homer and his drunken cohorts celebrate an improbable victory by the Springfield Isotopes by trashing the local elementary school. But when the police force fails to locate the actual vandals, the town's children are hastily blamed for the rowdiness and punished with a new sunset curfew. Cyndi Lauper portrays herself.
Episode 12
1/31/99
Sunday, Cruddy Sunday Super Bowl fever takes control of Homer's psyche after a travel agent offers him and a bus-load of friends free passage to the game. But when the tickets turn out to be counterfeit, Homer must consult his cunning in finding a way into the stadium. With the voices of Troy Aikman, Rosey Grier, John Madden, Dan Marino, Rupert Murdoch, Dolly Parton, and Pat Summerall as themselves,and Fred Willard as Wally Kogen.
Episode 13
2/7/99
Homer to the Max When the new television show, "Police Cops," premieres with a savvy character holding Homer's full name, the real-life Homer enjoys mock-stardom en masse. But when the show is retooled to give the character a Gomer Pyle-like facade, Homer changes his name to Max Power to escape the laughing and taunts of fellow townspeople. Ed Begley Jr. voices himself.
Episode 14
2/14/99
I'm With Cupid As Kwik-E-Mart convenience store proprietor Apu showers his wife with glowing, outrageous Valentine's Day gifts, the other husbands of Springfield are made to look bad in his shadow. But as his gifts grow increasingly grand, the men attempt to foil his efforts, instigating a Valentine's massacre. Voices: Jan Hooks as Manjula, Elton John as himself, and Karl Wiedergott as the Parrot.
Episode 15
2/21/99
Marge Simpson in: "Screaming Yellow Honkers" Homer offers Marge a new Canyonero SUV after embarrassingly discovering that he bought the female's model. But once in the driver's seat, Marge becomes increasingly intoxicated by the vehicle's dynamism, leading to a case of aggravated road rage. Hank Williams Jr. is the Canyonero Singer, and John Kassir is the Dancing Creature.
Episode 16
2/28/99
Make Room for Lisa Lisa experiences stress when forced to temporarily share a room with Bart. Meanwhile, Marge discovers the joys of eavesdropping on cellular telephone calls and becomes obsessed with the personal dramas of complete strangers.
Episode 17
3/28/99
Maximum Homerdrive Homer takes on a gruff truck driver in a beef-eating contest. But when the trucker pays the high price of trying to top Homer's bottomless stomach, Homer vows to deliver his cargo, leading to a cross-country truckin' adventure. Meanwhile, Marge and Lisa make the best of a troublesome new doorbell. Nureen: Pamela Hayden.
Episode 18
4/4/99
Simpsons Bible Stories Reverend Lovejoy is showing his stuff with the latest in a series of disinteresting sermons.  Bored so terribly are the Simpsons that each gradually doses off, dreaming that they're Adam and Eve, Moses and David facing Goliath. Pamela Hayden voices the unicorn and Milhouse.
Episode 19
4/11/99
Mom and Pop Art When Homer learns to vent his anger through home-grown artwork, he attracts the attention of a professional art dealer. Jasper Johns voices himself, and Isabella Rossellini provides the voice of Astrid Weller.
Episode 20
4/25/99
The Old Man and the "C' Student After causing his fellow townspeople to lose the Olympic Games, Bart is forced to slave away his free time helping the elderly residents of the local retirement home. Jack La Lanne provides his own voice.
Episode 21
5/2/99
Monty Can't Buy Me Love Mr. Burns tries his hand at winning the public's admiration by showering the town with cash, taking part in blue collar radio talk shows, and retrieving the legendary Loch Ness Monster. Michael McKean supplies the voice of Jerry Rude.
Episode 22
5/9/99
They Saved Lisa's Brain Lisa is invited to join the local MENSA society after a failed attempt to steer Springfield away from complete humiliation at the hands of her father. Guest: Stephen Hawking as himself.
Episode 23
5/16/99
30 Minutes Over Tokyo After losing the family's savings to a hacker, Homer finds a way to make good on his promise of an overseas vacation. But faced with insufficient funds for their ticket home, the family agrees to participate in a dangerous Japanese game show in exchange for return airfare. Voices: George Takei as Wink, Maggie Roswell as Canadian Wife, Denice Kumagai as Japanese Mother, Karen Maruyama as Japanese Stewardess, Gedde Watanabe as Japanese Father, Keone Young as Unknown, Tress MacNeille as PA voice, and Karl Wiedergott as Woody Allen.



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Season Eleven (1999-2000)
22 episodes

Episode 1
9/26/99

Beyond Blunderdome

Homer becomes a Hollywood consultant after proving himself the only man on earth who shares Mel Gibson's ill will against an inadequately-violent remake of 'Mr. Smith Goes to Washington.' Jack Burns supplies the voice of Edward Christian.
Episode 2
10/3/99
Brother's Little Helper When Bart is hastily diagnosed with Attention Deficit Disorder, he becomes the latest victim of "Focusin, " a new drug touted to boost academic attention spans. Voices: Karl Wiedergott as Hosey the Bear, Maggie Roswell and Marcia Mitzman-Gaven both sharing the lines of Maude Flanders, Pamela Hayden as Milhouse/ Rod/ Jimbo, Russi Taylor as Martin/ Sherri, Tress MacNeille as Pharm. 2/ Showgirl, and Mark McGwire as himself.
Episode 3
10/24/99
Guess Who's Coming to Criticize Dinner? With a little help from Lisa, Homer takes on the job of food critic for The Springfield Shopper. But when his reviews begin to spoil reputations, the local restaurant owners devise a plan of action against Homer's sower grapes. With guest voices by: Edward Asner and Karl Wiedergott
Episode 4br />10/31/99 Treehouse of Horror X
(Halloween Spooktacular X)
Ned Flanders returns from the grave seeking revenge after Marge accidentally runs him over. Bart and Lisa's new powers take them on a quest to rescue Lucy Lawless from a mad memorabilia collector bent on adding Xena to his stash of Hollywood celebrities. A global "Y2K" meltdown destroys earth after Homer neglects to debug the Springfield Nuclear Power Plant's computers. Also featuring Tom Arnold and Dick Clark as themselves, and Marcia Mitzman-Gaven as Maude Flanders.
Episode 5
11/7/99
E-I-E-I-(ANNOYED GRUNT) Homer and family move to an old farm where he and Bart conjure up "Tomacco," an incredibly addictive cross between Tobacco and Tomatoes. The B-52's sing 'Glove Slap'.
Episode 6
11/14/99
Hello Gutter, Hello Fadder After Homer becomes a bowling sensation, he experiences an encounter with Penn & Teller. Additional talent by: Ron Howard, Pat O'Brien, and Nancy O'Dell as themselves.
Episode 7
11/21/99
Eight Misbehavin' Apu's wife gives birth to octuplets. Voices by: Jan Hooks as Manjula, Garry Marshall as Larry Kidkill, and Butch Patrick as himself.
Episode 8
11/28/99
Take My Wife, Sleaze Homer and friends run into NRBQ at a 50s-style restaurant after his newly-formed biker's club, Hell's Satans, makes a pit stop. John Goodman is Meathook, Jan Hooks is Manjula, Jay North portrays himself, and Henry Winkler is Ramrod.
Episode 9
12/19/99
Grift of the Magi A sinister toy company unveils Funzo, the next “Tickle Me Elmo” fad, to Springfield's Christmas shoppers. Narrated by Clarence Clemons, Gary Coleman portrays himself, Joe Mantegna is Fat Tony, and Tim Robbins is Jim Hope.
Episode 10
1/9/2000
Little Big Mom After suffering an accident at a local skiing attraction, Marge relinquishes control of the household to the next-most responsible member of the family. Elwood Edwards is the voice of Virtual Doctor.
Episode 11
1/16/2000
Faith Off Bart becomes hooked on the art of faith healing after witnessing the spin of a traveling revivalist. Meanwhile, Homer prepares for the homecoming game of his old college-days chums. Voices: Don Cheadle as Brother Faith, and Joe Mantegna as Fat Tony.
Episode 12
1/23/00
The Mansion Family After receiving an award for oldest citizen of Springfield, Mr. Burns checks into the Mayo Clinic, leaving The Simpsons in charge of his luxurious mansion. Britney Spears appears as herself.
Episode 13
2/6/00
Saddlesore Galactica Homer and Bart discover the ups and downs of horse racing. Featured voices: B.T.O. as themselves, Jim Cummings as Dunkin the Horse, and Trevor Denmanas the Announcer (uncredited).
Episode 14
2/13/00
Alone Again, Natura-Diddly The Simpsons help Ned Flanders through tough times after losing his wife to an untimely death. Voices by: Frank Welker as the Parrot, and Shawn Colvin as Rachel Jordan.
Episode 15
2/20/00
Missionary: Impossible Homer becomes a missionary on a remote, tropical island as part of his effort evade the local PBS affiliate's pledge drive collection officials. Betty White supplies her own voice.
Episode 16
2/27/00
Pygmoelian Moe's new face lands him the lead on one of Springfield's hottest daytime soap operas.
Episode 17
3/19/00
Bart to the Future Bart finds his future self a ne'er-do-well musician and Ralph Wiggum's room mate. Meanwhile, Lisa seems to be President of the United States.
Episode 18
4/9/00
Days of Wine and D'oh'ses After seeing a videotape of himself intoxicated, Barney turns over a new leaf and goes the sober route. Meanwhile, Bart and Lisa learn the ups and downs of photography in a contest held by the local telephone company.
Episode 19
4/30/00
Kill the Alligator and Run After running over Florida's beloved alligator Captain Jack, Homer and the family dedicate their spring break vacation to avoiding the local authorities. Voice credits: Diedrich Bader as Police Officer, Robert Evans, Joe C., Kid Rock, and Charlie Rose as themselves.
Episode 20
5/7/00
Last Tap Dance in Springfield After seeing "Tango de la Muerdo" at the local theatre, Lisa is inspired to learn the art of the dance, tutored by none other than former child actress Little Miss Vicky Valentine. Meanwhile, Homer decides to increase his visual acuity with laser eye surgery.
Episode 21
5/14/00
It's A Mad, Mad, Mad, Mad Marge When Marge forces Otto to choose between rock 'n' roll and his bride to be, Marge quickly finds herself playing hostess to a now-single Becky. But when Becky's attempt to earn her keep upstages Marge's own homemaking abilities, Marge quickly finds herself losing her mind. Voices by: Karl Wiedergott, Marc Wilmore, and Parker Posey.
Episode 22
5/21/00
Behind the Laughter Explore the "actual," off-stage lives of the Simpson family, from the money and drugs to celebrity and supermodels, including testimonial from Springfield citizens about how fame tore the family apart. Buzz Aldrin, Gary Coleman, Jim Forbes, Stephen Hawking, Tom Kite, Willie Nelson, and Butch Patrick.



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Season Twelve (2000-2001)
21 episodes

Episode 1
11/1/00

Treehouse of Horror XI
(Halloween Spooktacular XI)

In “Shoved by an Angel,” the Simpson family stars in a parody of the Grimm Brothers fairy tales. Next, dolphins take over the world in “Night of the Dolphins.” Finally, in “Scary Tales Can Come True,” Homer chokes to death on a piece of broccoli and his ghost must perform a good deed in order to enter heaven.
Episode 2
11/5/00
A Tale of Two Springfields After Springfield's telephone area code splits in two, Homer spearheads a movement to divide the town itself in half along the new area code line. Guest starring The Who, Gary Coleman, Frank Welker, and Karl Wiedergott.
Episode 3
11/12/00
Insane Clown Poppy Krusty takes parenting lessons from Homer when he discovers that he has a daughter about Bart's age from a one-night stand. Guest starring Drew Barrymore as Sophie, Amy Tan as herself, Jay Mohr as Christopher Walken, Joe Mantegna as Fat Tony, John Updike as himself, and Stephen King as himself.
Episode 4
11/19/00
Lisa the Treehugger Eager to join "Dirt First" after witnessing their pro-vegetarianism demonstration atop the local Krusty Burger franchise, Lisa attempts to prove her worth by camping out in a giant redwood destined for logging. Meanwhile, Bart joins the workforce in order to buy a new game console advertised on television.
Episode 5
11/26/00
The Computer Wore Menace Shoes After realizing that he's missing the cyberspace boat, Homer plugs into the Internet and builds a web site. But when low traffic hits him where it hurts, he resorts to spicing up his cyberslab with damaging gossip concerning fellow townspeople.
Episode 6
12/3/00
The Great Money Caper Strapped for cash, Homer and Bart thumb their way through "A Child's Garden of Cons" in search of the road to easy money.
Episode 7
12/10/00
Homer vs. Dignity Mr. Burns hires one Homer J. Simpson to serve as his personal jester and prankster. Edward Norton as Devon Bradley.
Episode 8
12/17/00
Skinner's Sense of Snow Springfield Elementary is snowed in.
Episode 9
1/7/01
HOMR When doctors find and remove a Crayon lodged in Homer's brain, his true IQ emerges, leading to a strong relationship with Lisa. But his relationship with others falls out once his new-found competence in safety inspecting leads to the closure of the Springfield Nuclear Power Plant.
Episode 10
1/14/01
Pokey Mom" Following a prison rodeo, Marge befriends an inmate whom she considers undeserving of incarceration, and eventually sees to his release. But once he takes up shelter at the Simpsons' abode, mysterious crimes begin to take place throughout Springfield. Guest starring Michael Keaton as Jack, Patrick McGoohan as Prisoner #6, and Charles Napier as the prison warden.
Episode 11
2/4/01
Worst Episode Ever The Comic Book Guy has a heart attack after witnessing the work of special make-up effects master Tom Savini, giving Bart and Milhouse their cue to baby-sit the Android's Dungeon.
Episode 12
2/11/01
Tennis the Menace The Simpson family builds a tennis court. Meanwhile, Grampa Simpson receives an award from the Springfield Retirement Castle.
Episode 13
2/18/01
Day of the Jackanapes Upon learning that Krusty has erased all the archival tapes of his show from the Sideshow Bob era, Bob schemes to use Bart as a Manchurian candidate to blow up Krusty live on the air. Guest starring Kelsey Grammer as Sideshow Bob.
Episode 14
2/25/01
New Kids on the Blecch When a talent agency discovers the musical abilities of Bart, Nelson, Milhouse and Ralph, it scurries to set them up as the next big boy band sensation: complete with a sinister subliminal propaganda campaign in mind. Join the Navy! Guest starring 'N Sync.
Episode 15
3/4/01
Hungry, Hungry Homer After Homer discovers that the Springfield Isotopes are being moved to Arizona, he stages a hunger strike outside a Lego Land-style theme park.
Episode 16
3/11/01
Bye Bye Nerdie Lisa seeks protection from schoolyard roughnecks after becoming the target of a new student's own flavor of harassment.
Episode 17
4/1/01
Simpson Safari A belated prize awaits Homer in his next box of animal crackers, one which starts the family out on an exotic trip to Ngorongoro, Africa.
Episode 18
4/29/01
Trilogy of Error In a Run, Lola, Run parody, a breakfast accident involving Marge's kitchen knife and Homer's thumb is seen through the eyes of individual family members. While Homer and Marge make a mad dash for the hospital, Lisa takes her linguistic robot to the Springfield science fair, and Bart runs afoul of Fat Tony's illegal fireworks ring. Guest starring Joe Mantegna as Fat Tony.
Episode 19
5/6/01
I'm Goin' to Praiseland When Ned discovers that one of Maude's goals was to build a bible-themed amusement park, he reunites with Rachel in order to fulfill her dream. But when an accident dupes the public into believing that the park was the site of a miracle, Ned is forced to decide between revealing the truth versus enjoying his increased profits. Guest starring Shawn Colvin as Rachel Jordan.
Episode 20
5/13/01
The Kids Stay in the Picture Homer opens a new day care center at home after breaking his ankle at the local YMCA.
Episode 21
5/20/01
Simpsons Tall Tales A trilogy of fantastic tales starring a giant Homer as Paul Bunyan, Lisa as Connie Appleseed versus the wagon train pioneers, and Bart and Nelson as Tom Sawyer and Huckleberry Finn in a rafting adventure down the Mississippi.



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Season Thirteen (2001-2002)
22 episodes

Episode 1
11/6/01

Treehouse of Horror XII
(Halloween Spooktacular XII)

Pierce Brosnan bonds with the Simpsons in their 12th annual Halloween trilogy. In "House of Whacks," Brosnan is the voice of UltraHouse 3000, a computer that runs the Simpsons' home. But this is no impersonal machine — it falls in love with Marge and tries to kill Homer. In "Hex and the City," a curse from a tarot-reading gypsy gives bad luck to those Homer loves, resulting in bizarre physical transformations for his family. What's required to alter the curse, Homer believes, is a leprechaun. In the finale, magic students Lisa and Bart are competing "Wiz Kids," with Bart seeking to best Lisa in the school talent by aligning with an evil duo (Burns and Smithers) who have a secret agenda.
Episode 2
11/11/01
The Parent Rap Jane Kaczmarek lends her voice to a role with similarities to her Lois character from "Malcolm in the Middle" in the 13th-season opener. It begins with Bart and Milhouse accidentally stealing a police car. Bart expects to face an easy judge, but instead meets Judge Constance Harm (Kaczmarek), a stern, no-nonsense arbiter. Noting Homer's contribution to the incident and sensing that Bart is "crying out for adult supervision," Harm orders the young troublemaker to be tethered to his father. The plan does bring the pair closer to each other, but their new link interferes with the relationship between Homer and Marge — who literally cuts the cord, landing her in Harm's way, too.
Episode 3
11/18/01
Homer the Moe To change his attitude, Moe changes his bar, but the result drives his regulars out...and into Homer's garage bar, where R.E.M. performs.
Episode 4
12/2/01
A Hunka Hunka Burns in Love Julia Louis-Dreyfus is the voice of Gloria, a comely cop who catches the eye of Mr. Burns in this madcap romance. Thanks to a fortune cookie (written by Homer) that says he'll find true love on a particular day, Mr. Burns sets out for a night of "womanizing," much to Smithers' dismay. He eventually meets Gloria, who agrees to a date but ultimately finds the tycoon too old. Burns allays her fears by drafting Homer to testify to his youthful rowdiness. The courtship commences, assisted by Homer — and a vial of a "rare and powerful" physical stimulant. When Mr. Burns pops the question, a charmed Gloria accepts. But not everyone is happy for the couple.
Episode 5
12/9/01
The Blunder Years A hypnotist unlocks a repressed memory in Homer, who recalls childhood times with Moe, Carl and Lenny — and his finding of a corpse. Paul Newman has a voice cameo.
Episode 6
12/16/01
She of Little Faith Richard Gere guest stars in a Christmas episode that spawns a crisis of religious conscience in Lisa. The trouble starts when congregants of the First Church of Springfield, faced with a sudden need for funds, turn for help to Mr. Burns, who turns the church into a business ("The old church was skewing pious," says his advisor). Enter podium-placed advertising and in-sermon commercials; and exit an outraged Lisa. Her disenchantment leads her to the Springfield Buddhist Temple and to Gere, who introduces her to teachings she finds easy to embrace. All of which has Rev. Lovejoy wondering what to do about "Marge Simpson's devil daughter."
Episode 7
1/6/02
Brawl in the Family A social worker is assigned to try to bring the family together after police respond to a fight between Bart and Homer during a game of Monopoly.
Episode 8
1/20/02
Sweets and Sour Marge Ben Stiller plays a sugar company's CEO who draws Marge's ire after Springfield is declared the "World's Fattest Town."
Episode 9
1/27/02
Jaws Wired Shut An(other) accident forces Homer's jaws to be wired shut, and improved listening skills result in a kinder, gentler — and more boring — Homer.
Episode 10
2/10/02
Half Decent Proposal Jon Lovitz plays Marge's one-time prom date Artie Ziff, a nerd who turned Marge off when he turned all-hands that night. Now, a techno-invention has made him rich. Encouraged by her sisters, and some girls-night imbibing, Marge e-mails Artie, who responds by helicoptering onto the Simpsons' lawn and inviting the family to his yacht. There, he makes his proposition: one million bucks to spend a weekend alone with Marge. And Artie promises "no funny stuff." The Simpsons agree when they realize the money will help their marriage — by paying for an operation to cure Homer's snoring.
Episode 11
2/17/02
The Bart Wants What It Wants Reese Witherspoon and Wolfgang Puck are guest voices as Bart and Milhouse fight over a girl. The object of their affection — and altercation — is Greta Wolfcastle (Witherspoon), the daughter of action-film star Rainier Wolfcastle (Puck). After Bart and his slingshot rescue her backpack from bullies, Greta is immediately smitten. But her crush is unrequited, and the oblivious Bart blows off a date with her in order to harass Principal Skinner at his stand-up comedy debut. Clued to Greta's feelings, Bart breaks off the relationship — until Milhouse steps in. It's only then, in the name of love, that Bart asks his parents' help to win Greta back by following her to her dad's film set...in Toronto.
Episode 12
2/24/02
The Lastest Gun in the West Dennis Weaver, whose nearly 50-year career on TV includes "Gunsmoke," "McCloud" and "Gentle Ben," provides the voice of Buck McCoy, an old cowboy star who becomes Bart's new hero. They first meet after a stray dog chases Bart onto the grounds of Buck's mansion. Bart becomes pals with the horse-opera great, who later visits the Simpsons and brings along video highlights of his career. With Bart's help, it's not long before a Western craze sweeps Springfield Elementary, and he and Lisa land Buck a guest spot on Krusty the Clown's TV show. This could be Buck's big shot at a comeback, but there's a problem: His film career isn't the only thing that could use rehab.
Episode 13
3/10/02
The Old Man and the Key Grampa Simpson regains his driver's license to woo a new woman (Olympia Dukakis), but is goaded into a race by senior punks.
Episode 14
3/17/02
Tales from the Public Domain In a trilogy of classics parodies, Homer seeks to destroy Troy as Odysseus; Lisa's Joan of Arc leads the French; and Bart plays Hamlet, with Moe as Claudius.
Episode 15
3/31/02
Blame It on Lisa The Simpsons go to Brazil when the orphan whom Lisa's been sponsoring there is reported missing.
Episode 16
4/7/02
Weekend at Burnsie's The band Phish has a cameo in an episode in which Dr. Hibbert prescribes medicinal marijuana for Homer's eye injury, and the resulting joviality nets Homer a promotion from Mr. Burns.
Episode 17
4/21/02
Gump Roast The Springfield Friars Club roasts Homer, with emcee Krusty the Clown introducing friends, family and their memories from past episodes.
Episode 18
4/29/02
I Am Furious Yellow Encouraged by comic-book guru Stan Lee (in a cameo), Bart creates a strip about Homer that gets onto the Internet.
Episode 19
5/5/02
The Sweetest Apu Apu's fling with the Squishee Lady is caught live by Homer, but on tape by his wife Manjula (Jan Hooks). James Lipton has a cameo.
Episode 20
5/12/02
Little Girl in the Big Ten Two college girls mistake Lisa for a peer; Bart lives inside a bubble to contain the infection he got from a Chinese mosquito. Former U.S. Poet Laureate Robert Pinsky has a cameo.
Episode 21
5/19/02
The Frying Game Homer's community service for threatening an endangered species involves helping a kindly senior, who meets an untimely death. Carmen Electra and Frances Sternhagen are guest voices.
Episode 22
5/22/02
Poppa's Got a Brand New Badge Homer becomes Springfield's top cop in the 13th-season finale, an episode that draws inspiration from both "The Sopranos" and "High Noon." The latest addition to Homer's résumé (recited by Mr. Simpson in a litany of past labors) comes on the heels of a heat wave that sparked a riot. The incident (in which Homer played an inadvertent role) exposes the inadequacies of Chief Wiggum and his men. Losing all confidence in the local constabulary, Homer forms his own security company — SpringShield — which subsequently replaces the police when the mayor catches Wiggum in yet another embarrassing situation. But the new chief is quickly tested when he runs afoul of mobster Fat Tony (Joe Mantegna).



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Season Fourteen (2002-2003)
22 episodes

Episode 1
11/3/02

Treehouse of Horror XIII

Send in the Clones - in a takeoff on the movie Multiplicity, Homer's hammock starts making clones of Homer...one of which kills Flanders. The Fright to Creep and Scare Harms - ten years after Dial Z for Zombies, the zombies rise again, this time armed cowboy zombies ready to take over an unarmed Springfield (thanks to Lisa's cash-for-guns program). The Island of Dr. Hibbert - any similarities to The Island of Dr. Moreau, where humans (like, say, the Simpsons) are crossed with animals, are coincidental - yeah, that's it, coincidental. Maggie Roswell returns as the ghost of Maude Flanders in the show's opening.
Episode 2
11/10/02
How I Spent My Strummer Vacation Homer is secretly videotaped complaining about his family while in cab (a la Taxi Cab Confessions). In an effort to help him regroup, Marge, Bart, Lisa and little Maggie send him to Mick Jagger's (playing himself) Rock 'N' Roll Fantasy camp. Once there, Homer lives the life of a rock star, taught to him by the likes of Sir Mick Jagger, Keith Richards, Lenny Kravitz, Elvis Costello, Tom Petty and Brian Setzer, all of whom guest star as themselves.
Episode 3
11/17/02
Bart vs Lisa vs the Third Grade After taking an aptitude test, Bart is held back a grade, and Lisa is skipped ahead, landing them both in third grade at the same time, and in the same class. Tension develops between them, but they are forced to work together when they become lost on a school field trip.
Episode 4
11/24/02
Large Marge Marge mistakenly thinks Homer is eyeing other women. In an effort to uplift her appeal, she decides to get plastic surgery to look younger. But the surgery goes awry when Marge receives breast implants that were meant for a younger patient. Meanwhile, Bart and Milhouse catch an episode of Batman where Batman and Robin battle Clown Man -- who happens to look a lot like Krusty. Guest stars Adam West, Burt Ward, Susan Yezzi, Jan Hooks, and the Baha Men.
Episode 5
12/1/02
Helter Skelter While the Simpson house is being fumigated after a Russian termite infestation, the family moves into a house that's part of a reality show where they have to live in 1895. When the ratings for the show begin to fail, the producers bring in Squiggy from Laverne and Shirley. Guest stars Larry Holmes and David Lander.
Episode 6
12/15/02
The Great Louse Detective Somebody from Homer's past tries to murder him, and it's up to Sideshow Bob to help Homer find out who that person is. Kelsey Grammer returns as Sideshow Bob.
Episode 7
1/5/03
Special Edna After cancelling an apple picking trip due to "mother issues", Principal Skinner upsets Ms. Krabappel. When Bart discovers this, he gets Edna nominated for Teacher of the Year and everyone travels to Orlando, Florida for the ceremony. Skinner decides to tag along, and musters up the courage to propose to Edna. Little Richard guest stars as himself.
Episode 8
1/12/03
The Dad who Knew too Little After Homer gets Lisa an inappropriate birthday present, he worries that he is losing touch with his daughter, so he hires a private investigator to follow her around. Guest stars Elliot Gould.
Episode 9
2/2/03
300th Episode!
Strong Arm of the Ma Marge is mugged at the Kwik-E-Mart and has a severe anxiety attack, which makes her completely unable to leave the house. In order to pass the time, Marge begins lifting weights, which make her stronger and ultimately allows her to overcome her fear. Marge's newfound physique motivates her to take up body building, and she wins 2nd prize in a contest. But when she begins taking steroids on the advice of Ruth Powers, she becomes aggressive and in a fit of rage destroys Moe's, which prompts Marge to rethink her new lifestyle.
Episode 10
2/9/03
Pray Anything When Flanders wins a half-time money shot during a WNBA game, Homer decides his neighbor's secret to success is praying. Homer starts praying to get his way with everything...and it works. He even prays himself into an injury lawsuit against the Church and is awarded with the deed to the property. Homer promptly moves the family in, while Helen and the Reverend have been relocated to the Flanders and reduced to preaching at the Bowl-A-Rama. It can only take a miracle to make Homer see the error of his ways. Guest stars Lisa Leslie (WNBA player) as herself.
Episode 11
2/16/03
Barting Over Bart learns that he had acted in commercials as a baby, as Baby Stinkbreath (for a baby mouthwash) and that Homer has squandered all his money. ‘I spent it naming a star after our family', says Homer. And of course the star went supernova and Bart becomes so angry, he sues to become an emancipated minor. Frustrated, Bart leaves home and lands in a loft, where the show's guest stars are also living. Somehow the whole troupe winds up at the Skewed Tour, a parody of the rock n roll/extreme sports festival the Warped Tour. Guest stars Tony Hawk, Blink 182 and Jane Kaczmarek as Judge Harm. Fox has incorrectly billed this as the series' 300th episode.
Episode 12
2/16/03
I'm Spelling as Fast as I Can While Homer falls in love with the new limited-time Krusty Ribwich, Lisa enjoys the sudden popularity of being a spelling champ -- and soon becomes the state rep for the Spell-lympics. When the Ribwich is discontinued locally, Homer joins up with the Ribheads and follows the mystery meat sandwich tour around the country. At the finals, George Plimpton tells Lisa to take a dive (and get a free college scholarship) so that a cuter kid will win and ensure the future of competitive spelling. Guest stars George Plimpton.
Episode 13
3/2/03
A Star is Born Again In a send-up of "Notting Hill", Ned Flanders begins dating a forgotten starlet. Guest stars Marisa Tomei, Helen Fielding, and James L. Brooks.
Episode 14
3/9/03
Mr. Spritz goes to Washington Krusty gets elected to Congress in part to help get the flight path for Springfield Airport diverted from directly over Homer's house, but he falls in line with the conservatives once he's there.
Episode 15
3/16/03
C.E.D'oh After being rejected by a sleepy Marge on Valentine's Night, Homer enrolls in Stark Richdale's extension class Successmanship 101, which gives him the "Megatronics" tools needed to take over the SNPP - by replacing the plant's true owner, a canary, with himself, and firing Mr. Burns.
Episode 16
3/30/03
'Scuse Me While I Miss the Sky Snobby English documentary filmmaker Declan Desmond convinces Lisa she must choose a career path immediately, prompting her entry into astronomy. But when her successful petition to reduce outdoor light pollution gives criminals increased cover of darkness, an angered citizenry sees to it that Springfield's outdoor lighting becomes brighter than ever, leading to perpetual daylight. Meanwhile, after being humiliated at the hands of Nelson and company, Bart tries to salvage his cool by stealing the golden hood ornament from Fat Tony's '30s Stutz Bearcat-style gangster car. Guest stars Eric Idle as Desmond and Joe Mantegna as Fat Tony.
Episode 17
4/13/03
Three Gays of the Condo While looking for a missing puzzle piece, Homer stumbles upon an angry note Marge wrote on the back of a placemat one night when he suffered alcohol poisoning. Homer wonders why Marge every stayed with him and decided he wasn't good enough for her. So Homer moves out and settles on a condo, which he shares with two homosexuals. Guest stars Weird Al Yankovic as himself, Scott Thompson as Grady, Terry W. Greene as Julio, and Ben Schatz (Weird Al band member) as himself.
Episode 18
4/27/03
Dude, Where's My Ranch? While out Christmas caroling, the family finds out from a lawyer that the carol they are singing is copyrighted, leading Homer to write his own carol. But when Ned tries to help, Homer turns it into an anti-Flanders song. A passing David Byrne just happens to hear Homer play his song at Moe's, and he turns it into a hit record. When stardom becomes too much, the family spends a week at a dude ranch. Lisa initially objects, until she meets a young junior wrangler named Luke Stetson. Guest stars Jonathan Taylor Thomas , Andy Serkis, and David Byrne.
Episode 19
5/4/03
Old Yeller Belly Santa's Little Helper is shunned as a coward after opting to devour a roast turkey rather than pull Homer from a fire. Getting his nose stuck in a can of Duff Beer afterward, however, proves to be somewhat of a spirit-booster when it propels him to the status of Spuds McDuff: the Duff Brewery's new mascot. But matters worsen when the the dog's new-found fame (and net worth) cause his original race track owner to come forth and reclaim his "property" -- leaving it up to the Simpsons to get their dog back by proving Santa's Little Helper is a coward unfit to hawk Duff beer. Guest stars Stacy Keach as Howard K. Duff VII.
Episode 20
5/11/03
Brake My Wife, Please Judge Harm revokes Homer's license, and he discovers the healthy joys of walking, while Marge becomes stressed by the added running around to the point where she accidentally runs him over. Now Marge has to nurse him on top of everything else and they realize they need to visit a marriage counsellor. Homer realizes he must do unselfish deeds for his wife to save their marriage. Guest stars Steve Buscemi and Jackson Browne as themselves, and Jane Kaczmarek as Judge Harm.
Episode 21
5/18/03
The Bart of War After his latest bout of mischief results in another encounter with the Springfield police department (as the result of watching a South Park episode), Marge and Homer elect to place Bart into a program of supervised afternoon activities -- in the form of a quasi- Native American tribe dubbed "The Pre-Teen Braves." But tribal war ensues when his clan is forced into a game of community service one-upsmanship with an opposing group of do-gooders: The Calvary Kids.
Episode 22
5/18/03
Moe Baby Blues When the entire town shows up at the Springfield Botanical Gardens to watch the once-in-a-lifetime blooming of the Sumatran Century Flower, there is room for everyone but Moe. The event causes a panic and during the ensuing traffic jam Maggie is thrown from the Simpsons' car into the arms of a suicidal Moe - who is dubbed a hero by the city. Maggie accepts him unconditionally as her new babysitter and surrogate father, much to Homer's dismay and rage, while Moe's new reason to live starts to turn into an obsession that proves useful when Maggie gets in the middle of a mafia gang war between Fat Tony and "Don" Castellaneta. Guest stars Joe Mantegna as Fat Tony. Season Finale.



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Season Fifteen (2003-2004)
22 episodes

Episode 1
11/2/03

Treehouse of Horror XIV

Reaper Madness - Death becomes Homer and our hero must learn to reap what he sows (and pull a fast one on the almighty). Frinkenstein - Soon to be Nobel-prize winning Professor Frink reanimates his father for some gruesome body parts-swapping. Stop the World, I Want to Goof Off - A parody of Clockstoppers, starring Bart and Milhouse. Guest stars for the episode include Jerry Lewis, Jennifer Garner, Dudley Herschbach, and Oscar De La Hoya.
Episode 2
11/9/03
The President Wore Pearls After Martin stages a school charity casino that turns ugly, Lisa replaces him as school president by narrowly defeating Kearney. The teachers decide she has too much power and distract her from making real changes by filling her days with meaningless duties. When Lisa uncovers a plot by Principal Skinner and Superintendent Chalmers to cut art, gym and shop classes out of the school budget, she calls for a student strike that is so successful she is banished to a school for the gifted (and troublesome).
Episode 3
11/16/03
My Mother the Carjacker Homer learns of his mother's whereabouts, through clues that she leaves in the newspaper. When Mother Simpson returns to Springfield, she is quickly recognized by police and Mr. Burns, and is taken to court over her germ warefare sabotage from the 60s. With help from Homer, she is acquitted, but when she reveals that she used false names when visiting national parks, she is booked on forgery charges. Homer carjacks a bus and tries to help her escape, but, not wanting her son involved, she kicks Homer out of the bus and drives off. When the bus crashes, Mother Simpson is feared dead. But another subliminal newpaper message reveals otherwise. Guest stars Tom Kenny and Glenn Close.
Episode 4
11/23/03
The Regina Monologues Mr. Burns loses a thousand-dollar bill that is quickly turned into the main display at the Museum of Modern Bart. After Burns shows up to reclaim his money, Bart realizes he still earned enough from charging admission to take the Simpsons to England. When they arrive, Marge begs Homer to make this an incident-free trip, which he actually succeeds at until he accidentally runs into the Queen. Now the only thing that will earn Homer a stay of execution is whether he can uncover the plot to poison her majesty. Meanwhile, Bart befriends Prince William. Guest stars Ian McKellan, J.K. Rowling, Jane Leeves, and Prime Minister Tony Blair.
Episode 5
11/30/03
The Fat and the Furriest After another failed Mother's Day gift, Homer takes the kids to Sprawl-Mart and ends up buying a Kitchen Carnival for Marge. Homer uses the Carnival to create an edible candy man, but Marge finally forces him to take it to the Springfield Dump - where he's promptly attacked by a bear. When he's labelled a coward by the media, Homer builds a bear-fighting suit, and after some Jackass style testing antics sets out to confront the bear.
Episode 6
12/7/03
Today, I am a Klown When Krusty admits that he never had a Bar Mitzvah, he turns to his father for help. Later, when Krusty realizes his shooting schedule has him working on the Sabbath he proposes to hire a guest host. Not wanting to hire anyone that will upstage him or threaten his career, Krusty hires Homer. At his first show Homer and his guests Lenny, Moe and Carl win over the audience by talking about everyday subjects like donuts. Meanwhile, Krusty holds his Bar Mitzvah at the Isotope Stadium and invites Mr. T to read from the Torah. Jackie Mason reprises his role as Rabbi Krustofski, and Mr. T guest stars as himself.
Episode 7
12/14/03
'Tis the Fifteenth Season Homer is given a Joe DiMaggio rookie card by Mr. Burns (who has no idea how much it's worth), so he sells it for a lot of money. After spending most of it on himself, Homer comes to realize his greedy ways when he sees A Christmas Carol on TV. So he reverses course and starts to do favors for everyone he can, making Flanders jealous by becoming Springfield's new king of nice. He and Flanders then engage in a head-to-head "nice-off". Guest stars Joe Mantegna as Fat Tony.
Episode 8
1/4/04
Marge vs. Singles, Seniors, Childless Couples and Teens, and Gays When a group of singles, seniors, childless couples, teens, and gays band together to protest having to accommodate families (including paying property taxes used to teach children they don't have), Marge takes up the cause for the families, with some help from Bart and Lisa.
Episode 9
1/11/04
I, (Annoyed Grunt)-Bot Homer and Bart are watching a BattleBots-type program on cable and are inspired to build a robot of their own. Marge disapproves, believing that their lack of engineering knowledge will doom their project. They build a robot anyway, but it gets slaughtered in its first competition. Unable to repair completely, they adjust the robot so that Homer can operate it from the inside. Homer and the robot begin to win competition after competition, and they eventually make it to the finals of the show that inspired them, where they not only find themselves outmatched, but with their lives at risk.
Episode 10
1/25/04
Diatribe of a Mad Housewife Marge writes a novel and gets endorsements from writers playing themselves. Guest stars Tom Clancy and Thomas Pynchon.
Episode 11
2/8/04
Margical History Tour When the Springfield library becomes low on books, Marge educates her children on some classic tales, which include: Homer, as Henry VIII, must find a wife that will bear him a son. Lenny and Carl, as Lewis and Clark, explore the American frontier, with a little help from Sacagawea (Lisa). Story of a very Bart-like Mozart, the child musical prodigy in 18th century Austria, and his sister (Lisa) who struggles to find her own musical identity.
Episode 12
2/15/04
Milhouse Doesn't Live Here Anymore Milhouse and his mother move to Capital City, leaving Bart without a best friend and Kirk without a son. Bart finds himself bonding with Lisa, and their relationship grows, that is, until Kirk is awarded "pity custody " of his son. Meanwhile, Homer, after getting drunk, is mistaken for a beggar, and discovers it's not a bad source of second income. Guest stars Nick Bakay as Salem the cat (from Sabrina the Teenage Witch), William Daniels (the voice of KITT on Knight Rider), Dick Tufeld (the Lost In Space robot), and Isabel Sanford (as herself).
Episode 13
2/22/04
Smart and Smarter After Apu and Majula send two of their octuplets to the prestigious Miss Wickerbottom's Pre-Nursery School, Homer is inspired to do the same for Maggie. Maggie is intially rejected because she doesn't talk, but Lisa eventually finds hidden talents in Maggie that lead to the discovery that Maggie's IQ is actually higher than Lisa. Dejected that she is no longer the "smart one", Lisa tries other ways of getting attention, including trying to sabotage Maggie's future. Guest stars American Idol judge Simon Cowell as the Admissions Officer.
Episode 14
3/14/04
The Ziff Who Came to Dinner Marge's ex-boyfriend Artie Ziff is discovered in the Simpsons' attic penniless, unemployed, and on the run from the authorities. When the feds come in to arrest Artie, they find that Homer has won all of Artie's assets in a poker game and is now the primary stockholder, and he takes the fall for Artie's shady business dealings. When Homer receives 10 years in the pokey, Marge becomes convinced that Artie is and will forever be the most selfish man on Earth, but a memorable night out with Selma helps Artie grow a conscience. Guest stars Jon Lovitz, reprising his role as Artie Ziff.
Episode 15
3/21/04
Co-Dependence Day Marge looks for an activity for Homer that doesn't involve beer and naively takes him to an Oktoberfest celebration. Then when Homer gets drunk, Marge winds up taking the fall for his DUI and is sent to rehab.
Episode 16
3/28/04
The Wandering Juvie Bart is sent to Juvenile Hall, where he befriends a bad girl named Gina, played by Sarah Michelle Gellar, who helps him escape. The two of them then go on the Lam, a la The Defiant Ones.
Episode 17
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My Big Fat Geek Wedding Principal Skinner and Edna Krabappel plan their wedding.
Episode 18
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The Way We Weren't Unknown
Episode 19
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Catch 'em if You Can Unknown
Episode 20
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Simple Simpson Unknown
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