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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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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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Bart goes to prankster rehab after a clown-mask prank terrifies the town and destroys Krusty's career; Krusty tries his hand at serious drama with a regional theater company.
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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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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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When the Simpsons' flight is rerouted to New Orleans, Lisa rediscovers her passion for jazz; Bart is intrigued by voodoo; Homer is intrigued by drinking.
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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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When Homer is accused of stealing a million-dollar painting, only a detective from the 1970s can clear his name.
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In an attempt to bring the family together, Marge forces everyone to give up electronics for the day and take a trip to a book store.
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Bart is struck by lightning and is visited by ghosts seeking closure only he can provide.
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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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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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Homer and Marge recount the story of their transition from loving their life without kids to being miserable parents.
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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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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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Homer and Marge follow Moe after the bar closes early and discover him and his father fighting; they attempt to bring Moe and his father back together.
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The Simpsons go to Denmark so Grampa can benefit from the country's free health care.
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Homer gets Flanders a job at the plant; Homer regrets it when Flanders starts to insist on carpools and demands more from Homer's work performance; Marge feels that her marriage has lost its spark.
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Grampa makes a confession to Homer while on his deathbed, but when he makes a recovery, he comes to realize that the issue will not be easy to reconcile.
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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 town puts together a search party after Bart goes missing; Sideshow Bob tries to force his whereabouts out of Millhouse.
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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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