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This long-running animated comedy focuses on the eponymous family in the town of Springfield in an unnamed U.S. state. The head of the Simpson family, Homer, is not a typical family man. A nuclear-plant employee, he does his best to lead his family but often finds that they are leading him. The family includes loving, blue-haired matriarch Marge, troublemaking son Bart, overachieving daughter Lisa and baby Maggie. Other Springfield residents include the family's religious neighbor, Ned Flanders, family physician Dr. Hibbert, Moe the bartender and police chief Clancy Wiggum.

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Fearing that the end of the world is near, Mr. Burns tasks Dr. Frink with testing all of Springfield's residents to determine who is worth saving.
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The Simpsons go to a STEM conference; Lisa falls for a crooning jazz pianist; Bart discovers he has an affinity for chemistry.
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The town puts together a search party after Bart goes missing; Sideshow Bob tries to force his whereabouts out of Millhouse.
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As future Lisa writes her college application essay for Harvard, she recalls disappointing birthdays that helped shape her.
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Homer reunites the old bowling team to cheer up Moe; the bowling team must compete with arrogant millionaires; Lisa and Marge try to teach Bart that money isn't everything.
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Marge is frustrated with the local government and decides to run for mayor; she makes Homer the butt of her jokes to win public support.
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Grampa gets a hearing aid and finally hears what everyone has been saying about him; Principal Skinner discovers that his mother has kept a secret from him.
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Maggie becomes possessed by an ancient demon; Lisa discovers a perfect version of her family in an alternate universe; Homer cannibalizes himself.
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Homer discovers Maggie's whistling talent and launches her baby-celebrity career; When Marge impresses Fat Tony with her interior design taste, he hires her to style his brothel.
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Marge and Lisa turn Lisa's experiences into a pop culture hit, but they struggle with creative differences.
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In a magical medieval world, Marge's mother is turned into an Ice Walker and Homer forces Lisa to use illegal magic to cure her; Lisa is kidnapped and Homer must lead a feudal uprising to save her.
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When Homer's court case determines that a dog's life is more valuable than a human's life, the canines recognize their new position of power and begin to assert their dominance.
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Moe helps Homer and Marge with their marriage; Nigel tries to break them apart after making a bet with Mr. Burns.
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Bart gets in trouble on Grandparents' Day at school and is forced to hang out with Skinner's mother as punishment; a new game takes over the town of Springfield.
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Disappointed with Yale, Mr. Burns decides to start his own for-profit university and hires Homer as a professor.
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Marge turns to a series of parenting experts for advice when she becomes worried that Bart is destined for failure; Homer decides to open a trophy store; Grampa gives Bart a watch coveted by Homer.
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Working for the school's paper, Lisa covers Bart's success when he becomes a star basketball player at Springfield Elementary; things go awry when Bart gets involved with the Mafia.
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Bart deals with his guilt after betraying Lisa; Springfield is in awe of Homer when he is revealed to be a chess savant.
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All of the fast food restaurants in Springfield go healthy, forcing Homer to turn to the last bastion of greasy food for comfort.
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Mr. Burns seeks revenge against a musical mogul who conned him, with help from Homer, Bart, rapper Jazzy James and the mogul's ex-wife; the richest kid in town demonstrates interest in Lisa; Smithers embarks on a journey; Marge opens a shop.
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Mr. Burns seeks revenge against a musical mogul who conned him, with help from Homer, Bart, rapper Jazzy James and the mogul's ex-wife; the richest kid in town demonstrates interest in Lisa; Smithers embarks on a journey; Marge opens a shop.
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Mr. Burns seeks revenge against a musical mogul who conned him, with help from Homer, Bart, rapper Jazzy James and the mogul's ex-wife; the richest kid in town demonstrates interest in Lisa; Smithers embarks on a journey; Marge opens a shop.
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Marge becomes obsessed with the Japanese way of life; Homer must find a new home for the family pig and Lisa must say goodbye to her saxophone.
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Krusty and his daughter spend Christmas with the Simpsons; Reverend Lovejoy tries to attract converts after church attendance drops; a spooky Christmas toy haunts Maggie.
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Homer has the opportunity to sue Mr. Burns after a workplace accident; Marge seeks romance from an unexpected source; Lisa tries to maintain peace on the school bus.
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Homer discovers an app that outsources his father-son bonding; Grampa learns he's about to become a father again.
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When the Retirement Castle and V.A. Hospital can't help Grampa with his health problems, the Simpsons decide to take a family trip to Cuba so they can get him some cheap medical care.
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Homer gets roped into coaching the kids' lacrosse team with Milhouse's dad.
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Lisa and Bart investigate a new candy from Krusty; Homer asks for Marge's help when he decides to ask for a promotion at the nuclear plant; news anchor Ken Brockman struggles with the changing media world.
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Mr. Burns initiates a contest in which the children of Springfield battle each other; Lisa's imaginary friend becomes jealous of her real friends; Moe tells Bart that the bar patrons are really covert agents.
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After finding Bart rooting for a Boston football team, Homer takes the family to Boston to show Bart what a terrible city it is.
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Mr. Burns hires the Simpsons, except Homer, to be his virtual family; Homer becomes best friends with the girl next door.
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When a fire levels Springfield, Mr. Burns agrees to the Simpsons' pleas that he fund the town's rebuilding, on the condition that he gets to put on a variety show.
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Marge gets arrested for letting Bart go to the park unsupervised; while Marge enjoys the welcome break from being mom and wife, Homer struggles to manage all of the household responsibilities.
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Homer embarrasses himself while trying to read a speech at work, then turns to improv comedy to regain his confidence for public speaking; Marge decides to rebuild Bart's treehouse.
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Homer makes a deal with a travel agent to be the courier of a top secret briefcase to get a discount on a family vacation to Paris.
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Homer recalls a family vacation to the Grand Canyon with the Flanders.
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When Marge takes Lisa to Capital City for a musical, the star tells Lisa how lucky she is to have a great mom; Bart comes up with a new plan to trick people.
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Homer tries to find a boyfriend for Smithers, who is crushed by Burns' lack of affection; Milhouse replaces the lead in the school production of "Casablanca" when Bart takes the boy out.
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After failing to talk Lisa out of volunteering for a one-way journey to Mars, Marge decides to go with her.
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Lisa becomes an intern at the local veterinarian's office; Marge works as a crime scene cleaner to earn extra money, but has a difficult time with the gore.
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Bart lets a homeless woman live in his closet after he accidentally loses her cart in the river; when Homer tries to prove that he is handy, he mistakenly traps the cat in the walls.
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Professor Frink uses science to transform himself into a more attractive man; when Marge, Bart, and Lisa visit Grampa for Valentine's Day, they find the old folks in a drug-induced hallucination that lets them relive happy memories.
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Sanjay gives his stake in the Kwik-E-Mart to his son, who turns it into a trendy health food market; Bart decides to take the new store down.
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Bart is captivated by a new teacher (Sofia Vergara); Homer buys a new brand of what he thinks is milk, which causes early puberty for Bart and Lisa.
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After Homer is fired, he returns to his favorite job -- a dishwasher at a Greek restaurant; Lisa accidentally creates sentient artificial intelligence.
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The story of Bart's life from 6 years old to his time as a young man reveals that Lisa's achievements and his relationship with Homer have shaped him more than he realized.
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Lisa tries to restore the reputation of Springfield's first female inventor; Bart tells a lie that causes Homer and Marge to believe he is a sociopath.
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When Homer loses $5,000 to Broadway legend Laney Fontaine in a poker game, he settles the debt by loaning out Lisa for a month; Laney transforms Lisa into a show-biz kid.
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Lisa makes a new friend named Harper (Kristen Bell), who comes from a wealthy family; Homer befriends Harper's dad and enjoys the benefits of having a rich pal.
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Sideshow Bob kills Bart; Homer has short-term memory loss; radiation exposure gives Lisa, Bart and Milhouse superpowers.
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Homer and Lisa hide in the attic while former Halloween pop-up employees -- angry at Homer who cost them their jobs -- invade the Simpson's home.
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Selma and Patty agree to stop smoking when they learn their father died of lung cancer; when Selma relapses, Patty becomes angry and moves in with Homer and Marge.
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Bart and Lisa are on the case when someone steals the smoker Homer bought from a mysterious man at a barbecue shack.
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After learning he has narcolepsy, Homer gets drunk instead of going home with his medicine; a visit to a marriage counselor leads to a trial separation for Homer and Marge; Homer dates a woman in her 20s.
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The Simpsons board the wrong ride at Dizzneeland and end up being held captive at a zoo on Kang and Kodos' home planet.
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Lisa dates a competitive eater; Bart benefits from helping convict Snake Jailbird escape from a jam.
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When Marge and Homer buy a painting at the Van Houtens' yard sale, the couples find themselves at odds when the painting turns out to be worth a lot of money.
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Bart ends up in trouble with school bullies after Jimbo's girlfriend develops feelings for him; Homer buys a treadmill equipped with a TV.
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Fat Tony and Marge's sister, Selma, fall in love and get married; Bart discovers a special ability.
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When the Great Raymondo takes Lisa on as his magician's assistant, she is conned into revealing the secret of his greatest trick to his nemesis.
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Marge persuades Homer to enroll in a fathering enrichment class; Bart becomes a school bully.
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When Cheech and Chong stop in Springfield while on their reunion tour, Homer impresses Cheech so much he asks him to replace Chong; Principal Skinner forms a new comedy team with Chong; Marge tries to help a hoarder.
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During a field trip, Lisa discovers desert water that makes usually combative creatures get along; after getting kicked out of the retirement home, Grampa comes to live with the family.
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Bart's film about an angry father quickly becomes a critical favorite, winning him several awards.
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Moe attends a seminar in hope of gaining more confidence with women; Marge makes a change after discovering her gray hair.
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When Homer insists Bart must earn the new dirt bike he wants, Bart comes up with a scheme; James Lipton interviews a TV cast.
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When Smithers transforms Moe's pub into a refined and trendy lounge, the establishment becomes Springfield's local gay hangout; Principal Skinner falls for the new, free-spirited music teacher (guest voice Kristen Wiig).
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Marge reconnects with a close group of mothers she used to be friends with; Bart tries to break up their group when his playdates stop being fun.
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Homer ends up in the Springfield penitentiary after getting caught bribing an official; an FBI investigator (guest voice Jon Hamm) offers Homer a way to reduce his jail time.
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When the rest of the family seems to lack Christmas spirit, Marge contacts Martha Clause (guest voice Martha Stewart).
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After Bart nurses an injured bird back to health, Homer enters it in a race.
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Mr. Burns becomes distraught at the town's apathetic reaction to the announcement that he has only weeks to live; Bart secretly takes Burns into the family's home.
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Fearing that she will end up like Marge, Lisa pledges to focus solely on her academics and not get distracted by other things; Bart puts Nelson in his place and unintentionally earns the title of school bully.
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Worried about the effects of violent video games, Marge encourages Bart and Milhouse to play board games; Lisa becomes smitten with a new student, a vampire; while on a second honeymoon, Homer and Marge rescue a castaway who escaped from his ship.
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Lisa starts coaching Bart's Little League team; Marge and Bart spend the day at an amusement park, where former MLB manager Mike Scioscia gives Bart advice.
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Grampa gives each family member a portion of his savings; Lisa worries that Nelson's instant success with a new business venture might lure him away from continuing his education.
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Marge sends Lisa to a performing arts camp, where counselors and fellow campers inspire her to embrace her creative side; upon returning to Springfield, Lisa grows restless with her boring suburban lifestyle.
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After displaying a talent for judging contests, Moe is invited to appear on "American Idol"; Homer gets on Marge's nerves when he spends too much time at home.
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Bart becomes convinced that his new neighbor is actually archenemy Sideshow Bob; to convince him that he is wrong, Marge takes Bart to the state penitentiary.
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Moe writes a letter, in which he threatens to run away with one of their wives, to Homer, the Rev. Lovejoy and Apu, who are on vacation with their children.
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When radiation is released into the city, authorities suspend civil liberties; tired of being blonde, Lisa dyes her hair a darker color.
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The Simpsons build a wind turbine in their backyard; Homer and Lisa try to help a whale beached by a storm.
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While finishing court-ordered community service, Homer befriends Chief Wiggum; Bart develops an addiction to a Japanese game.
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Mr. Burns is questioned when a police officer sees a stolen painting at the billionaire's estate; Smithers runs the power plant while Mr. Burns is away.
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Flanders invites the Simpson family to a church retreat in Jerusalem in hopes of redeeming Homer.
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Bart and his classmate, Nikki (guest voice Sarah Silverman), develop a flirtatious rapport; first lady Michelle Obama (guest voice Angela Bassett) comes to Lisa's defense when she is ostracized for being an overachiever.
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Homer and Marge have a parent-teacher conference with Principal Skinner after Bart fails to turn in his homework.
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When Lisa discovers that her Southern ancestors helped a slave escape to freedom, she presents the story during Black History Month.
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Homer and Marge compete as part of a curling team at the 2010 Winter Olympics.
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Homer misses a date with Marge so he can buy a lottery ticket; after winning the million-dollar jackpot, Homer spoils his family with anonymous gifts.
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Milhouse and Bart try to help Krusty regain his popularity after he is forced to restructure the format of his TV show.
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When a columnist begins interviewing Grampa about his life, Homer becomes jealous of his newfound fame.
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When Lisa tells Bart she has a special sibling bond with Maggie that he will never understand, he asks Homer for a baby brother.
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While wandering in a field after getting lost, Lisa discovers three teenage girls who are practicing Wiccans; Homer hangs out with Cleatus and his friends.
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Principal Skinner tells Bart that there is a former Springfield Elementary student hailed as the best prankster ever; Bart tracks down the prankster (guest voice Jonah Hill), now 19.
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To raise money for charity, Marge and the Philanthro-Chicks decide to pose for a calendar, but Marge poses after drinking a lot of wine, and the pinups become the talk of the town.
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Lisa sets out for revenge against Miss Hoover; zombies overrun Springfield; after falling through a trap door at Moe's, Homer becomes half-man, half-brewing apparatus.
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The men of Springfield become obsessed with mixed martial arts; Marge and her friends decide to stage a protest.
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Bart and the rest of his class decide to teach Mrs. Krabappel a lesson when she confiscates their cell phones.
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Comic Book Guy casts Homer as the lead in a feature film.
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Homer forms a border patrol group when unemployed workers from Ogdenville come to Springfield.
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Lisa and Marge engage in a spirited debate at the nail salon.
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Marge and Homer rent an apartment in an upscale neighborhood so Lisa and Bart can go to a better school.
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Homer decides to closely monitor Bart and Lisa to force them to succeed; Marge finds it difficult to resist the sauna she finds in the basement.
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Milhouse takes the fall for a prank he and Bart pull together; Bart falls for a volunteer (guest voice Anne Hathaway) at Grampa's nursing home; Lisa predicts Springfield's future and is depressed by what she sees.
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Homer tries to spend more time with Maggie; Moe falls for a woman he met on the Internet.
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After learning that their marriage is in-valid, Homer asks Marge to renew their vows, but he mysteriously disappears before the wedding.
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The family takes Grandpa to Ireland for a last pint at his favorite pub, where Homer and Grandpa decide to buy the business and hire Moe to run it.
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After nuns at a convent take Maggie in, Lisa comes up with a plan to rescue her.
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When Homer and Marge's adjustable-rate mortgage skyrockets, they have to put their house up for sale.
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Bart is told he is exempt from taking the Vice President's Assessment Test after receiving a perfect score on a practice test; Homer, late on making an insurance payment, tries to avoid accidents.
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A creative new friend named Juliet (guest voice Emily Blunt) helps Lisa create a fantasy world.
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Lisa fights to save Springfield's bee population when Mr. Burns' plans for a new sports arena endangers it.
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Homer thinks Bart's new friend is orchestrating a terrorist plot and tries to warn the residents of Springfield about the imminent disaster.
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Lisa discovers her incredible talent for solving crossword puzzles and enters a tournament; Homer goes to cheer Lisa on and discovers underground betting on the competition.
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The Simpson family takes a vacation at a cabin in the woods; Homer and Marge recall their courtship and the early years of their marriage.
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Homer kills celebrities so their likenesses can be exploited free-of-charge; Lisa and Milhouse go to a pumpkin patch and wait for the appearance of the Grand Pumpkin.
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Lenny wins the lottery and invites the Simpson family to a celebratory party at a luxurious hotel; Bart meets his exact look-alike, Simon, a member of the richest family in Springfield, and they decide to switch places.
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Bart takes a job at a country club retrieving golf balls to help save up money to buy a cell phone; while watching celebrities at the course, Bart finds Denis Leary's cell phone and makes prank calls pretending to be Leary.
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Homer is sent to jail after a brawl at the Springfield St. Patrick's Day parade; Marge unwittingly begins working at an erotic bakery.
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As Krusty's new assistant, Lisa steals the spotlight and gets a TV show of her own; Homer and Bart bond over their newfound love of coin collecting.
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When Homer's mother dies unexpectedly, he decides to fulfill her final wishes by scattering her ashes over Lake Watershed at Springfield Monument Park.
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When Lisa enters a documentary about her family in the Sundance Film Festival, Homer, Marge and Bart are embarrassed by the candid look at their lives.
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Bart tries to save a cow from the slaughterhouse; Homer and Marge devise a plan to stop Bart from getting married.
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When Mayor Quimby realizes the city of Springfield has gone broke, Lisa goes through the town's financial records and discovers millions in uncollected city taxes; Marge reluctantly allows a fugitive to stay with the family.
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Lisa persuades Marge to pursue her childhood dream of becoming a ballerina by auditioning for a ballet academy; Homer shows Bart his secret room where he manufactures beef jerky.
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Marge hires a nutritionist, who puts Homer on a diet, but Homer decides to sneak in snacks on the side; the prank Bart and Lisa play on Martin Prince goes terribly wrong.
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Bart suspects that one of his friends is a rat when his seemingly fool-proof pranks start to backfire; Homer grows very attached to the fancy loaner car he gets after Marge damages their vehicle in an accident.
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To celebrate Valentine's Day, Homer takes Marge to the tunnel of love at a carnival, but when Bart pulls a prank they become hopelessly stranded; Homer tries to cheer Marge up by telling her a love story.
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When Bart and Lisa unearth Marge's diploma from Springfield University, Marge reminisces about her college days, when she dated a pretentious professor and Homer became a grunge music star.
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Homer destroys Springfield's fast-food district; Mayor Quimby decides to have an early election.
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When a potent drink erases the last 24 hours of his memory, Homer seeks help to try to piece together the events that led to his family being gone.
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TV commercials influence the Simpsons to go to a rib restaurant where Sideshow Bob (guest voice Kelsey Grammer) is waiting in an elaborate hoax to lure them to their doom.
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A friendly comic-book buff (guest voice Jack Black) treats Bart, Lisa and Milhouse like royalty; Marge launches a gym for ordinary women.
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Milhouse starts to act like a man when he thinks his parents died at sea; Homer cannot remember the color of Marge's eyes.
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Homer, living a double life as a secret agent, must kill Kent Brockman; Bart and Lisa help Kodos reconnect with his home planet; Flanders decides to spook Springfield's children.
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Caught in a bank robbery, Marge convinces the criminal (guest voice Steve Buscemi) to turn himself in by promising to visit him in jail.
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Marge undergoes a counseling program that helps parents raise their children to be independent at an early age; Homer becomes a tow-truck driver.
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After Homer injures himself in a fall, he develops a talent as an opera singer.
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After a trip on Mr. Burns' private plane, Homer enlists the aid of a life coach (guest voice Stephen Colbert) to help him find a job that allows him to use a corporate jet.
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Ned wages an anti-indecency campaign against Kent Brockman.
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Counter Truancy Unit agents Jack Bauer and Chloe O'Brian help Bart and Lisa stop bullies from releasing a stink bomb.
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After rescuing Homer when he is lost in a cornfield maze, Santa's Little Helper goes to police-dog academy.
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Maggie causes destruction in the house after Marge throws away her pacifier; Homer becomes a volunteer firefighter.
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Bart leads his Little League team to the championship game; a department store owner hires Homer as a salesman.
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When Marge starts using the Internet, she joins a popular role-playing fantasy game; Homer volunteers to referee Lisa's soccer game.
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A candle on Homer's birthday cake starts a fire; Homer joins the paparazzi after accidentally capturing a celebrity dating scandal in a photograph.
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When Homer stops paying his nursing home, Grampa moves in with Selma; Bart and Lisa con a delivery man into giving them cardboard boxes.
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Principal Skinner offers Lisa a chance to tutor Cletus' kids; Bart tries to scare his peers out of the cafeteria by claiming it is haunted.
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An eccentric documentary filmmaker (guest voice Eric Idle) chronicles the growth and development of Springfield; Homer tries out odd jobs in search of success.
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Lisa is chosen to represent the school at City Hall after embellishing her heritage as an American Indian for a school project; Bart gets a driver's license.
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After the car breaks down, the family tells tales of revenge gone wrong, including one about nerd revenge at Springfield Elementary.
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Homer and the kids take depressed Marge on a surprise trip to Barnacle Bay, only to find it a rundown mess.
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Homer gets into a brawl at a holiday ice-skating show; Gil accidentally gives away a gift meant for his boss's daughter.
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Marge forces Bart to attend Nelson's birthday party after he persuades his friends not to go, and they become best friends.
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When Homer loses his job at the plant, he takes over the ice cream truck business; Marge battles her depression by making sculptures from popsicle sticks.
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Lisa helps Moe become a published poet, but when a literary conference features him, he takes all the credit for his success.
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Homer falls prey to Army recruiters and lands in basic training; after infuriating his hard-nosed colonel (guest voice Kiefer Sutherland), Homer is put in charge of the war games.
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Homer turns into a rampaging blob after eating green goo; Bart brings to life Golem, a creature from Jewish folklore; a fake radio-broadcast convinces Springfield residents that there is an alien invasion.
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Marge's newfound talent in carpentry prompts her to go into business for herself, using Homer as the frontman.
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When Bart's talent surpasses Lisa's, she gives up music and secretly starts rescuing animals, until one of her menagerie mauls him.
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After a rival mob family shoots Fat Tony (guest voice Joe Mantegna), Homer becomes the new kingpin.
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Struggling second baseman Buck Mitchell seeks marital advice from Homer and Marge, and their advice seems to be working until Buck finds Homer giving Fiona a neck massage.
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Flanders pushes Mayor Quimby to appoint the Rev. Lovejoy as morality czar in charge of spreading the theory of creationism; Lisa is arrested.
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Marge has amnesia and thinks she is single.
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Lisa masquerades as a boy when a new principal divides the school by gender.
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When the Simpsons' plans for a nice family outing turn into a disaster, they try to salvage the night by telling different stories of disasters at sea.
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Homer learns the nuclear power plant is being shut down and outsourced to India; Selma and Patty kidnap MacGyver (guest voice Richard Dean Anderson).
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Grandpa considers suicide but decides to become a matador instead, after foiling Homer's plans to make Springfield home to a professional football franchise.
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Homer's obsession with Lenny's new plasma TV prompts Marge to enter the family in a sweepstakes, and they win a trip to the Fox Studio Lot.
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A monkey holds Bart hostage while under Homer's care, leaving Marge to figure out how to get her son back.
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While exploring with his family, Homer causes a cave to crumble and finds himself stuck upside-down in the ceiling.
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When Bart accidentally destroys Willie's shack with a game of solid-ice dodge ball, Marge takes in the homeless janitor.
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After Bart steals a key from Principal Skinner's office and gets himself into hot water, Marge and Homer send him to a behavior modification camp.
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Marge's rage against the new toll road system somehow leads to the discovery of a frozen mailman and his 40-year-old mail.
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The Simpsons re-enact the Nativity; a World War II tale stars Grampa, Mr. Burns and Santa; a musical features "The Nutcracker Suite."
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Homer brings the whole family along when he is sent to Italy to pick up a new sports car for Mr. Burns.
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Marge is shunned after Homer has an altercation with the Easter Bunny at the mayor's egg hunt.
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Homer's reaction to Lisa's Father's Day book causes her to develop a disappointment disorder.
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Realizing that Marge is lonely, Bart decides to spend extra time with her, causing his classmates to call him a mama's boy.
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B.I. Bartificial Intelligence; Survival of the Fattest; the World Series of Manhunter with host Terry Bradshaw; I've Grown a Costume on Your Face.
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When Maggie gets chicken pox, Homer tries to capitalize on it by throwing a pox party and inviting parents to infect their children.
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When a graveyard is relocated to the lot next to the Simpsons, Lisa has nightmares that prevent her from sleeping.
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When Homer allows Fat Tony (guest voice Joe Mantegna) to shoot an explicit movie in the Simpson home, angry Marge leaves and meets Caleb Thorn (guest voice Alec Baldwin), an attractive marine biologist.
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When Bart is wrongfully expelled from school, he is sent to a parochial school where he befriends a hip priest named Father Sean (guest voice Liam Neeson).
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The Flanders rent their rumpus room to a pair of college-age women who use it to run a soft-core webcam, making Ned so embarrassed that he moves his family to Humble, Pa.
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Homer begins to study the Rapture and believes he knows when the end times will come, so he begins warning others in an attempt to secure his place in heaven.
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Lisa agrees to enter a Krusty-sponsored "Li'l Starmaker" competition and panics when another contestant (guest voice Fantasia Barrino) outperforms her.
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When Bart endangers his health by bingeing on vending-machine food, the Simpsons turn their home into a hostel in order to afford sending him to a forced starvation facility.
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When a leaky roof drives Homer to drink, he goes to the bar and befriends a beer-loving roofer (guest voice Ray Romano), who promises to help Homer with the repairs.
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Professor Frink uses an astrology machine to ease Bart and Lisa's bickering, giving them a sneak peek at their final days of high school.
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In an attempt to prove to Shelbyville that Springfield is not a hick town, Marge convinces the town to fund a new concert hall.
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Homer buys an RV after his buddies convince him that Marge is trying to make all the financial decisions, and furious Marge makes him live in it.
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Homer must pretend to be Selma's husband so she can adopt a baby girl from China.
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Fed up with Bart's unending torture, Lisa files a restraining order against her brother, which forces him to live in the back yard.
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Homer tries to cash in on Springfield's new law allowing same-sex marriages by becoming an ordained minister via the Internet.
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After Bart is caught sneaking out to go to a rap concert, he fakes his own kidnapping, hiding in Kirk Van Houten's bachelor pad.
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Homer's impromptu dance at a carnival leads to a job choreographing victory dances for sports stars Tom Brady, Warren Sapp, Michelle Kwan, Yao Ming and LeBron James.
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Homer refinances the house to save Moe's Tavern and Marge, to protect the investment, decides to take a hands-on role as Moe's partner.
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Homer, Grampa, Apu and Flanders travel to Canada to buy sorely needed prescription drugs with fake Canadian health-care cards.
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When Bart writes slogans on T-shirts, he catches the attention of Goose Gladwell, a gag-gift entrepreneur, and soon becomes a T-shirt mogul; Homer feels he no longer has a place in the family when Bart becomes the breadwinner.
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Marge meets up with a former high-school pal (guest voice Kim Cattrall) who is now a famous news anchor, and she wonders if she made the right life choice.
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Bart tries desperately to reunite Nelson with his family after Marge takes Nelson in, forcing Bart to share a bedroom with his tormentor.
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Bart finds Homer's vintage Playdude magazines and decides to adopt the ring-a-ding-ding lifestyle of the 1970s.
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Ned gains the power to foretell people's deaths; Maggie is shrunk, then swallowed by Mr. Burns; in Victorian London, Detective Eliza Simpson and her sidekick, Dr. Bartley, pursue the Muttonchop Murderer.
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When Mr. Burns buys up all the media outlets in Springfield in an attempt to polish his image, Lisa starts her own newspaper.
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Bart gets the family thrown in jail when he moons the American flag.
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Homer and Marge learn they were destined to be together when Homer tells the story of his first kiss.
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Homer confronts Springfield's evildoers in the form of his crime-fighting alter ego, the Pie Man.
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When Homer and Marge get caught having a rendezvous in Miami, Bart, Lisa and Grampa Simpson take off on a cross-country journey to foil their romantic getaway.
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When Principal Skinner's fiance calls off the wedding, he seeks Homer's help to win her back, then Edna runs off to a comic book convention with another man.
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Judge Harm (Jane Kaczmarek) sends Bart to juvenile detention, where he meets a tough girl (Sarah Michelle Gellar) who helps him devise an escape plan.
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After a bender Homer frames Marge for his DUI, and as a result Marge must check into rehab.
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Marge's old flame Artie Ziff (guest voice Jon Lovitz) moves in after losing his dot-com fortune; after Homer wins the remaining shares of Artie's company, he becomes the subject of an investigation.
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The interviewer (guest voice Simon Cowell) at a gifted preschool insults Maggie, then jealous Lisa leads her astray after she gets accepted.
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Milhouse moves away, leaving Bart to find a new best friend in Lisa; Bart visits reinvented Milhouse in Capitol City.
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When the library runs short of books, Marge regales the kids with yarns about King Henry VIII, Sacagawea and Mozart.
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Marge writes a novel, "The Harpooned Heart," using Homer and Ned as inspiration for her characters; Homer gets the book-on-tape version read by Mary-Kate and Ashley Olsen.
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Homer builds a robot suit and battles robots in competition; Lisa mourns the loss of Snowball II.
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Marge decries a movement that favors a school-tax exemption for Springfield's childless residents.
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Homer sells a Joe DiMaggio card for a pile of cash, then fritters it all away on himself before being roused by Charles Dickens' "A Christmas Carol."
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After Krusty admits he never had a bar mitzvah, he hires Homer to fill in as guest host on his show during the ceremony.
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Homer creates a homemade bear-fighting suit for his mission of revenge against a bear that attacked him during a visit to the dump.
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Prime Minister Tony Blair welcomes the Simpsons to England, where they run into author J.K. Rowling and actor Ian McKellen.
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Filmmaker Michael Moore supports Lisa's cause when she stages a revolt at Springfield Elementary School.
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After years on the lam, Mother Simpson (guest voice Glenn Close) returns to Springfield only to be nabbed by the law.
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Homer bludgeons the Grim Reaper to death; Lisa harvests human-body parts from Springfield residents to create a Frankenstein monster (guest voice Jerry Lewis); Bart and Milhouse discover a watch that stops time.
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Homer and Marge permit Moe to baby-sit Maggie after she takes a shine to the bartender.
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When Homer and Marge enroll Bart in an activities club, he wages war against Milhouse, who belongs to a different one.
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When Judge Harm (guest voice Jane Kaczmarek) revokes Homer's license, Marge must do all the driving; Homer meets Steve Buscemi and Jackson Browne while walking from place to place.
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Owner H.K. Duff (guest voice Stacy Keach) makes Santa's Little Helper the new mascot for Duff Beer.
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Musician David Byrne offers to produce the song Homer wrote about his hatred for neighbor Ned Flanders.
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Homer relishes living with a gay couple and refuses to return home; Marge recruits Weird Al Yankovic to serenade her errant husband.
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Lisa chooses a career in astronomy after a British filmmaker (guest voice Eric Idle) makes her feel inadequate.
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Homer and Lisa engineer a takeover at the nuclear power plant with Homer as the new CEO.
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Bart inspires Krusty to run for Congress after Congressman Wilcox dies of a heart attack.
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Flanders escorts a sexy starlet (guest voice Marisa Tomei) around Springfield.
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Lisa becomes a spelling-bee champion and uncovers a Spellympics scandal; Homer tours the country on the trail of a limited edition Krustyburger.
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A judge (guest voice Jane Kaczmarek) emancipates Bart after finding that Homer squandered his son's show-business earnings.
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Jealous of Flanders, Homer prays to God for good things to happen.
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Marge retreats to the basement to lift weights after she is mugged.
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Homer hires a private detective to spy on Lisa so he can get to know more about her.
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Bart feels sorry for Mrs Krabapple after Skinner stands her up, so he nominates her for an award.
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Sideshow Bob (guest voice Kelsey Grammer) helps Chief Wiggum pursue a killer who is stalking Homer and his family.
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Homer and the family live like pioneers on a reality series; TV producers throw Squiggy (guest voice David Lander) into the mix to boost ratings.
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Marge gets breast implants meant for a younger patient; Bart and Milhouse spot Krusty on an episode of "Batman and Robin."
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Bart and Lisa land in the same third-grade classroom, and the teacher concludes Bart is the superior student on the first day.
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Marge and the children send Homer to the Rolling Stones' fantasy camp, where he rubs elbows with rockers Elvis Costello, Mick Jagger, Lenny Kravitz, Tom Petty, Keith Richards and Brian Setzer.
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Homer clones swarm the countryside; a madman turns townspeople into animallike creatures; a posse of otherworldly outlaws rides into Springfield.
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After Homer causes a blackout sending Springfield citizens on a looting rampage, he dons a badge to restore order.
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Homer's sentence for threatening an endangered caterpillar is the care of an old woman, but she dies, and the new judgment is death by electric chair.
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Lisa befriends college girls who are unaware of her age; Bart must live in a bubble after being bitten by a Chinese mosquito.
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Homer catches Apu cheating on his wife in the Kwik-E-Mart, she finds out and files for divorce.
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Inspired by Stan Lee of Marvel Comics, Bart creates an animated series based on his life with a character named "Angry Dad.".
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Friends, family and occasional enemies gather to roast Homer, recalling escapades and entanglements over the years.
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Homer uses medicinal marijuana to relieve pain from eye injuries he suffered when he was attacked by crows.
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The family travels to Rio de Janeiro to see Lisa's sponsored orphan.
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Lisa suggests that Homer read aloud from a children's book that he got out of the library when Bart was born.
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Grandpa tries to impress an attractive new woman (guest voice Olympia Dukakis) at the nursing home by showing off his driving skills.
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Bart and Lisa try to help an old cowboy actor (guest voice Dennis Weaver), who yearns to reclaim his past fame, by booking him on Krusty's show.
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When wealthy Greta Wolfcastle (guest voice Reese Witherspoon) develops a crush on Bart, her father, Ranier, gives Bart's family the royal treatment.
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Marge's wealthy ex-boyfriend offers Homer $1 million for a weeklong tryst with her.
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Silenced by a broken jawbone, Homer becomes a good listener and fosters family harmony.
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When Springfield gets the name "fattest town on Earth," Marge puts the family on a diet.
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Grampa comes to Homer's rescue after he admits he had a previous marriage.
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Disenchanted by the blatant commercialism at church, Lisa becomes a Buddhist but can't resist celebrating Christmas.
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Homer regresses to his childhood and relives long-buried memories. Guest voices of Paul Newman and Judith Owen.
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Homer is hired to write the blurbs found inside Chinese fortune cookies, and one of his cookies leads to love for Mr. Burns. Guest voice of Julia Louis-Dreyfus.
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When Moe renovates his tavern, Homer opens a bar in his garage so that the old gang has a place to fit in.
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Bart is tethered to Homer as punishment for stealing a police cruiser.
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Marge orders a futuristic home; a tarot-reading Gypsy curses Homer; Bart and Lisa attend a school of magic.
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The Simpsons play folk legends like Paul Bunyan and Tom Sawyer.
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Homer starts a daycare center in his home while recuperating from a knee injury.
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Homer and Flanders build a biblical-theme park as a tribute to Ned's wife, Maude.
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Marge severs Homer's thumb, Lisa creates a grammar robot, and Bart and Milhouse try to bust fireworks smugglers.
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Hungry Homer rips into a 30-year-old box of crackers and finds a winning ticket for a trip to Africa.
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Lisa tries to figure out why the new girl picks on smart children; Homer baby-proofs the house for Maggie.
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Homer goes on a hunger strike for the Springfield baseball team.
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Bart, Milhouse, Ralph and Nelson are recruited by boy-band creator L.T. Smash; NSYNC pays a visit to Springfield.
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Through hypnosis, Sideshow Bob turns Bart into a killing machine.
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Homer builds a tennis court in the back yard, but Homer becomes jealous of Bart's tennis skills and swears revenge at the Krusty Klassic.
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The Comic Book Guy has a stress attack, so Milhouse and Bart take over the comic book store.
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A softhearted Marge invites a recent parolee to move into the Simpson household.
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An operation to remove a crayon wedged in Homer's brain makes him intelligent.
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Bart and the others lay siege to their elementary school when it doesn't shut down during a snow storm.
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Homer and Bart turn into a couple of con artists to pay for a car repair bill.
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After Homer creates a tell-all Web page, he is awarded the Pulitzer Prize for his truthful revelations.
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When Homer asks for a raise, Mr. Burns pays him to play unpleasant jokes on others.
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Lisa is smitten with an eco-terrorist and spends four days in a tree to prevent it from being cut down.
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Bart meets a girl named Sophie who claims to be Krusty's illegitimate daughter; Krusty later loses Sophie's violin in a poker game.
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After Homer divides the town, waging war against East Springfield, it is up to the Who to reunite Springfield.
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Satan kicks Homer out of hell; dolphins take over Springfield; the Simpsons discover the dark side of fairy tales.
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A profile of the Simpsons a la "Behind the Music," including how Willie Nelson reunited them after their breakup.
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A jilted bride moves in with the Simpsons and smothers Homer and the children with motherly love, driving Marge mad.
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Lisa enrolls in a dance school run by a former child star; Bart and Milhouse camp out at a shopping mall for a week.
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In Florida, Homer gets swept up in spring break revelry and accidentally runs over a legendary swamp alligator.
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Homer is upset when Barney quits drinking; Bart and Lisa get into trouble when they enter a photo contest.
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A glimpse into the future shows Lisa as president of the United States, and Bart as a White House freeloader.
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Plastic surgery transforms Moe into a ladies' man.
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Homer is forced to become a missionary on a remote island after he pledges a large sum of money to PBS.
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When someone passes away, the Simpsons console a grieving friend.
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Bart and Homer discover that horse racing is a treacherous business after they rescue a horse from the state fair.
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Homer plays billionaire while house-sitting for Mr. Burns, who has checked into the Mayo Clinic.
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Bart is convinced he's a faith healer after he helps a revivalist extract Homer's head from a bucket.
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Lisa takes over the household after Marge is injured in a ski accident.
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A toy corporation urges the children at Springfield Elementary to develop the ultimate toy for Christmastime.
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When Homer forms a motorcycle gang with his friends, Marge is kidnapped by a rival gang.
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After Apu and his wife give birth to octuplets, they unwittingly allow themselves to become the zoo's latest attraction.
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After Homer becomes a celebrity by bowling a perfect game, he guest stars on "The Springfield Squares.".
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Homer and Bart grow a highly addictive cross between tobacco and a tomato after moving to an old farm.
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Homer causes catastrophe at the nuclear plant; Bart and Lisa X-ray the Halloween candy; the family murders Ned Flanders.
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Homer affects the way trendy people eat when he becomes a local food critic, until he starts giving restaurants bad reviews.
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Bart's personality changes when he's given drugs to fight attention-deficit disorder.
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Homer advises Mel Gibson about his new film, "Mr. Smith Goes to Washington."
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Trapped in Tokyo with no air fare, the Simpsons become contestants on a dangerous and demented Japanese game show.
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Lisa is inducted into Springfield's Mensa society, and physicist Stephen Hawking comes to town.
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When a new billionaire comes to town, Homer urges Mr. Burns to go on the radio with shock-jock Jerry Rude.
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When Bart causes Springfield to lose the Olympic Games, he is forced to volunteer at a retirement home.
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Homer sublimates his anger into a sculpture and wins praise from an art dealer.
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While listening to one of Reverend Lovejoy's sermons on a sweltering Easter Sunday morning, the Simpsons fall asleep and envision themselves as characters from the Bible.
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After Homer humbles a truck driver in a beef-eating contest, he drives cross-country to deliver the trucker's shipment on time.
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Sharing a room with Bart stresses Lisa; Marge eavesdrops on cellular phone conversations.
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Marge develops road rage while driving her new sport utility vehicle.
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Apu makes the husbands of Springfield look bad when he gives his wife sensational Valentine's Day gifts.
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A mortified Homer changes his name when he finds out a goofy television character is also called Homer Simpson.
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When Homer buys bogus Super Bowl tickets, he must find a way to get a busload of angry fans into the game.
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When Chief Wiggum imposes a curfew on Springfield's alleged vandals, he taps into a hidden vein of creativity.
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Dispirited Ned Flanders takes Homer's advice and goes to Las Vegas.
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Homer, as the mayor's bodyguard, takes flak from Fat Tony after saving the lives of Quimby and actor Mark Hamill.
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Grampa busts a kidney when Homer refuses to make a rest stop on a road trip.
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School receives an enormous grant as a result of Lisa's cheating on a test; Homer's appetite causes trouble.
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Homer digs up his mother's past, discovers his true middle name and meets her old friends.
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Homer bumbles into a celebrity couple's life and becomes their personal assistant.
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A dead convict controls Homer; Homer and Marge are on "Jerry Springer"; the kids meet Itchy and Scratchy.
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After an accident, Bart becomes the caretaker of a lizard species that could endanger life in Springfield.
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Homer tries to overcome a midlife depression with a string of inventions inspired by Thomas Alva Edison.
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Homer concocts a get-rich-quick scheme for Bart, while Lisa escorts a new student and plans a school dance.
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Homer and Marge try to reignite their sex life by experimenting with risky locales.
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Lisa gets lost after taking the bus alone to the museum.
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Homer accepts a company's challenge to scale Springfield's steepest mountain, the Murderhorn.
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Homer runs for sanitation commissioner and disrupts a U2 concert.
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Lisa becomes the anchor of a kids news program and is irritated when Bart is made co-anchor.
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Audited Homer agrees to help the IRS recover a trillion dollars from Mr. Burns.
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Homer gets into deep water when he joins the Naval Reserve after getting fired from the nuclear plant.
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Bart befriends Ralph Wiggum and goes on an adventure through the city with Wiggum's master key.
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Lisa fears she is genetically doomed to lose her intelligence; Apu finds a frozen Jasper.
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Homer and Moe devise an insurance scam to impress Moe's girlfriend with money.
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Krusty the Clown is banned from the Springfield Comedy Festival.
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The children of Springfield are shipwrecked on an island in a parody of "Lord of the Flies"; Bill Gates targets Homer's Internet company.
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Homer joins a cult whose leader promises to take members to another planet.
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Homer invites carnival barkers to be house guests while the show is in town.
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Marge and Lisa try to soften Homer's mood after he inadvertently rents a musical instead of an action movie.
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When the Simpsons' Christmas presents are stolen, the residents of Springfield rally to the aid of Homer and his family.
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A bored Marge decides to try her hand at selling real estate and makes her first sale to the Flanderses.
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Lisa conducts an archaeological survey in an attempt to halt the construction of a new mall; people think Lisa's construction-site find are the bones of an angel.
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Apu tries to wriggle out of a marriage prearranged by his mother (voice of Andrea Martin) to a woman (voice of Jan Hooks) from his past.
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Bart struggles as the quarterback of Homer's peewee football team and gets some advice from Joe Namath.
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Homer decides to protect the family by purchasing a gun and joining the NRA.
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Homer battles mutants in "The Homega Man"; Bart morphs into an insect in "Fly vs. Fly"; a bewitching Marge appears in "Easy-Bake Coven.".
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The family remembers when Grampa wasn't drooling, Homer liked the Bee Gees and the day Lisa's sax was run over.
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A man claiming to be the real Seymour Skinner appears in Springfield while the city honors Principal Skinner.
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Homer takes the family to New York after Barney leaves the car illegally parked at the World Trade Center.
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Lisa enrolls in an all-male military school and is subject to hazing and silent treatments by the cadets.
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Three possible spinoffs: "Chief Wiggum, P.I.," "Love-Matic Grampa" and "Simpson Family Smile-Time Variety Hour.".
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Homer clashes with an industrious new co-worker; Bart buys an empty factory.
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Marge volunteers at church and becomes an inspirational leader for Springfield. Voices of Dan Castellaneta, Julie Kavner, Nancy Cartwright and Yeardley Smith.
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Bret "Hit Man" Hart attempts to buy bankrupt Mr. Burns' house until Lisa helps rebuild his fortune.
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Bart goes on a shopping spree with a newly acquired credit card and buys a purebred dog.
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Bart exposes an affair between Principal Skinner and Mrs. Krabappel after a failed attempt at blackmail.
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Homer and friends reintroduce a speak-easy to Springfield when an old Prohibition law is enforced; Homer reinvents himself as the Beer Baron.
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Bart tries everything he can to destroy Lisa's image as a dependable baby sitter when she is left in charge.
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Sideshow Bob is once again released from prison, into the care of his respectable brother Cecil; Bob takes a job on Cecil's dam project, but Bart and Lisa suspect he's up to no good.
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Bart is befriended by a gay antiques dealer, causing Homer to find ways to intensify his own masculinity.
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Homer gets a job on "The Itchy & Scratchy Show," providing the voice of wisecracking hip-hop surfer dog Poochie, a new character brought in by the network to shore up falling ratings.
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Stressed out Marge hires a nanny in an episode spoofing "Mary Poppins."
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Avalanches trap Homer and Mr. Burns in a cabin at a teamwork retreat.
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Marge needs help promoting her pretzel franchise, so Homer turns to the mob.
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FBI agents Fox Mulder and Dana Scully visit Springfield to investigate Homer's alien encounter.
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Exotic hot peppers from Springfield's annual chili cook-off cause Homer to envision a hallucinatory coyote.
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A hurricane hitting Springfield spares the Simpsons but destroys Ned's home.
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School bully Nelson Muntz becomes the object of Lisa's first crush; Homer discovers electronic panhandling.
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Homer contemplates a divorce when Milhouse's parents split up.
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To pay for damaging their property, Bart agrees to do chores at a neighbor's house.
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When Mr. Burns' long-lost illegitimate son, Larry, turns up, Mr. Burns rejects him because he thinks he's an idiot; Larry concocts a money-making scam with Homer.
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Homer turns to a career in pro boxing when he discovers he has a genetic condition that protects his brain from injury.
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Homer accepts a new job and moves the family to Cypress Creek, where the perfect setting soon turns sour.
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In a bid for world domination, space aliens invade the bodies of President Clinton and Republican presidential candidate Bob Dole.
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The Simpsons rent a beach house for their first vacation ever; Lisa reinvents herself.
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Homer takes Bart and Lisa to a rock concert featuring Smashing Pumpkins, Sonic Youth, Cypress Hill and Peter Frampton.
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Apu turns to Fat Tony for help when he faces deportation.
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Bart doubts his grandfather's old war stories until Mr. Burns tries to kill him.
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Homer mistakenly locks Maggie in a newspaper box; Apu shuts down the Kwik-E-Mart to romp at a wild party.
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Bart and his friends take a spring break road trip in a rental car, while Lisa stays home and bonds with Homer.
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Selma thinks something is fishy with Troy McClure's marriage proposal.
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Deprived of cartoon violence, Bart and Lisa crusade to bring Itchy and Scratchy back to television.
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Homer fills in for vacationing Smithers, forcing Mr. Burns to become independent.
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As Springfield prepares for its bicentennial celebration, Lisa uncovers the scandalous truth about the city's founder.
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Krusty the Clown loses everything after being audited by the IRS, then dies in a plane crash.
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Marge joins Springfield's social elite and becomes obsessed with maintaining her new status.
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Homer is envious when former President George H.W. Bush moves next door and takes the neighborhood by storm.
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Mr. Burns forces his way onto Homer's newly formed bowling league; Bart's T-shirt incites a riot at school.
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Bart is accused of shoplifting and panics when Marge plans a family portrait at the same store.
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Troy McClure hosts a brief history of the Simpsons that includes outtakes and never-seen-before footage.
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Springfield's air show turns explosive with the arrival of an atomic bomb-toting Sideshow Bob.
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Homer encounters his mother after faking his own death so he can enjoy Saturday at home instead of helping co-workers collect litter on Mr. Burns' stretch of highway.
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Homer hopes an eating binge will help him weigh in at 300 pounds so he can work at home.
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Advertising statues attack Springfield; the school janitor terrorizes children in their sleep; Homer creates a black hole.
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Faced with Homer's big meat-eating barbecue, Lisa turns to noted vegetarians Paul and Linda McCartney for help.
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Unfazed by a post-prank reprimand from the Rev. Lovejoy, Bart sells his soul for $5.
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Bart, Lisa and Maggie are sent to live next door with the Flanders, their new foster parents.
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Milhouse and Bart vie for a role in a Hollywood film being made in Springfield.
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Chief Wiggums conducts a manhunt to find Mr. Burns' assailant.
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Mr. Burns angers the town when he steals the oil discovered under the elementary school and finds a way to block the sun over Springfield.
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Marge's lecture inspires vandal Bart to take pride in his community.
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After apprehending a criminal, Marge enrolls in the police academy.
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Lisa feels her idol, Bleeding Gums Murphy, is not properly honored at his funeral; Bart chokes on a jagged metal prize from a box of cereal.
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When the faculty strikes at Bart's school, PTA member Marge becomes his teacher.
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Mr. Burns steals a litter of puppies, with plans to make a Greyhound-skin tuxedo.
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Lisa looks into her future when she visits a fortuneteller's booth.
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Marge comes up with a plan to increase Springfield's popularity.
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Patty and Selma hold a bad investment over Homer's head, forcing him to cater to their every whim.
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Bart tricks an Australian boy into accepting a collect call and the family must fly to Australia to make an apology.
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Clown college graduate Homer's gigs are so successful, the mob believes he is Krusty.
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While helping Principal Skinner with his astronomy, Bart discovers a comet spiraling down toward Springfield.
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Homer recalls events leading up to Maggie's birth.
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Due to a technicality, Homer is granted membership into an exclusive, clandestine and influential brotherhood called the Stonecutters.
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Searching for the cause of her fear of flying, Marge visits a psychiatrist after embarrassing her family while on an airplane.
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Grandpa's passion potion becomes a hit after it works wonders for Marge and Homer's drab sex life.
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Homer is accused of sexual harassment by a babysitter and the incident is made into a TV movie.
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Lisa and Bart are put in direct competition when Lisa joins a hockey team to avoid failing gym.
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Bart falls hard for a preacher's daughter who ends up being not-so-innocent.
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Homer turns the toaster into a time vortex and becomes homicidal when his cable and beer are cut off.
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Sideshow Bob, Springfield's new mayor, condemns the Simpson home.
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The children have the time of their lives when Homer and Marge take them to Itchy & Scratchy Land -- the most violent place on Earth.
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The Simpson family reminisces about lost loves when Marge gets the family thinking about romantic fantasies.
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Lisa's world turns upside down when she learns that a new classmate can play the saxophone better.
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Bart and Lisa use not-so-idle threats to convince Homer to buy a swimming pool; Bart suspects Flanders has killed his wife when he spies on him through the rear window.
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Homer teaches an adult class on marriage using secrets about Marge.
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Marge meets with surprising success when she plays matchmaker for Homer's father and her mother.
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Bart faces a difficult decision when he witnesses a crime while playing hooky.
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Bart's pranks get Principal Skinner fired; Flanders is the replacement.
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After experiencing a close call, Mr. Burns realizes he has no heir and holds auditions to select one.
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Bart chooses a full-grown elephant as his prize when he wins a radio contest.
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Homer decides to become Flanders' new best friend after attending a football game with him.
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Barney and Homer compete to become the first average American in space.
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Lisa files a sexual discrimination suit against a doll manufacturer.
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Homer and Apu travel to the Himalayas to find Kwik-E-Mart headquarters and get Apu's job back.
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Bart stumbles into stardom when he lands a walk-on role on the "Krusty the Clown Show.".
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Fed up with Springfield's finest, Homer forms a vigilante group to catch a cat burglar.
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Springfield legalizes gambling; Burns opens a casino; Marge becomes a gambling addict.
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Homer's marriage to Marge is tested when a beer-guzzling, doughnut-eating female arrives at the plant.
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Bart and Homer go on a father-son rafting trip and end up hopelessly adrift at sea.
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Homer and Marge take Bart to a self-help seminar to alter his rebellious behavior.
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Marge and her new neighbor have a girls' night out and end up on the wrong side of the law.
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Homer sells his soul for a doughnut; Bart sees a gremlin; Bart Simpson's "Dracula.".
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On his birthday, Mr. Burns longs for his favorite childhood toy.
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Homer is forced back into college after he fails a competency test at the power plant.
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"Sideshow Bob" returns to Springfield for revenge against Bart for exposing his murder plot.
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Homer recounts his trials and tribulations as a member of a barbershop quartet.
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Bart and Lisa organize a celebrity-studded comeback special for an out-of-work Krusty the Clown.
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Marge is arrested for shoplifting and is forced to undergo a devastating day in court.
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Bart is suspended from school and must be taught at home; Lisa protests the tradition of snake-bashing.
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Grampa, posing as a front man for Lisa and Bart, is hired as a writer for "Itchy & Scratchy"; at his high-school reunion, it's discovered that Homer never graduated.
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A practical joke puts Homer in the hospital, where the family flashes back.
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Homer takes on Mr Burns in a labor struggle that rapidly spirals out of control; when Homer leads the workers out on strike, Mr. Burns retaliates by hiring robots to replace them and shutting off power to the city.
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Homer fails a breathalyzer test driving home from a visit to the Duff brewery and he is forced to quit drinking for a month; Lisa buys a hamster for her school science project.
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Lisa faces the obsessive love of a classmate after she sends him a valentine out of pity.
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Bart says he's an orphan so a big-brother organization will assign him a great dad.
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Selma decides she wants a baby and conducts a search for the perfect father.
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After Mr. Burns pays Springfield $3 million in fines for dumping toxic waste, the city buys a monorail.
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When Homer learns he needs a heart bypass operation, he searches for the cheapest doctor.
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While teaching Maggie to talk, the Simpsons reminisce about Lisa's first word.
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Homer becomes a neighborhood hero when he buys a snowplow and clears his neighbors' driveways.
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Bart falls for a 15-year-old baby sitter and tries to win her heart.
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Marge finds herself fighting off Mr. Burns' advances when she gets a job at the power plant.
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To punish Bart, Homer forbids him to see the new "Itchy & Scratchy" movie.
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Halloween tales: A doll comes alive; Homer is a giant on an island; Bart entrances the town.
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Homer tries to boost Lisa's confidence by entering her in a beauty pageant.
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Homer decides he doesn't need church and forms his own religion.
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Marge is cast as Blanche DuBois in a local musical production of "A Streetcar Named Desire.".
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Bart and Lisa encounter shocking conditions at Krusty the Clown's summer camp.
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When it's discovered he's been exposed to radiation, the nuclear power plant awards Homer $2,000.
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Bart feels left out when his friend Milhouse falls for the new girl in school.
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Bart invites Otto to live with the Simpsons after Mr. Skinner fires him for not having a driver's license.
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Bart becomes suspicious when former con "Sideshow Bob" is released from prison and proposes marriage to Marge's sister Selma.
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Homer meets a would-be country singer (voice of Beverly D'Angelo) and decides he should manage her career.
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The Simpsons are so caught up in the approaching lottery they fail to notice their dog is ill.
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Aptitude tests reveal Lisa should be a homemaker and Bart should be a police officer.
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Mr. Burns recruits major leaguers for a company softball game.
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Bart pretends to be an available millionaire when he answers his teacher's personal ad.
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When Marge goes to a health spa, Homer is left alone with baby Maggie.
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Homer cashes in on Lisa's uncanny knack for picking football game winners.
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After Bart fools everyone into believing a child has fallen down a well, Sting performs to help raise money to save him.
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Homer is laid off when Mr. Burns sells the nuclear plant to a German corporation.
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Marge has to spend all the family's Christmas present money getting Bart's tattoo removed, so Homer gets a job as Santa but bets all his wages on a dog with a festive name.

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