The Simpsons Episode Guides
Smart & Smarter
Maggie is discovered as a genius leaving Lisa searching for a new role to play in the Simpsons family.
Today I Am A Clown
Krusty finds out that he's not an actual member of the Jewish faith and prepares for his Bar Mitzvah.
Homer lets Marge take the fall for a DUI charge and she ends up in rehab.
The President Wore Pearls
Lisa's Student Body Presidency takes a turn when she finds the adults unsupportive and stages a student revolt.
My Big Fat Geek Wedding
Skinner loses Edna to the Comic Book Guy but hopes that, with some help from Homer, he can win her back.
The Regina Monologues
The Simpsons visit England and Homer lands himself in the Tower of London after an encounter with the Queen. Grampa Simpson looks for a lost British love only to find out that he's a father once again.
Treehouse of Horror XIV (Halloween Special)
Parts of the episode include: "Reaper Madness" wherein Homer takes over the duties of the Grim Reaper, "Frinkenstein" a parody of Frankenstein featuring Professor Frink, and "Stop The World I Want to Goof Off" where Bart and Milhouse get a magic stop watch that actually stops time.
The Fat and the Furriest
Homer designs his own suit of armor for round two against a bear who attacked him publicly, but eventually Homer befriends the bear.
Homer takes on the superhero identity of the Pie Man in an effort to stop criminal activity in Springfield. Once unmasked by Burns, he's led to do thwart Burns's enemies or risk having his identity revealed.
The Ziff Who Came to Dinner
Artie Ziff, a failing corporate mogul who in the past had one date with Marge, comes to Springfield and tricks Homer into taking the fall with the SEC by losing his stock shares in a card game.
'Tis The Fifteenth Season
Homer receives a Joe DiMaggio rookie baseball card from Mr. Burns, sells it off and starts to really treat himself until learning values from a broadcast of "A Christmas Carol." Homer then decides to become Springfield's leading nice-guy putting himself in competition with Flanders.
Lisa refuses to give up her paper when Burns decides to control all forms of media in an effort to stop negative press about himself.
Milhouse Doesn't Live Here Anymore
Milhouse moves out of town with his mother and when Bart decides to pay him a visit, he learns that Milhouse has taken the opportunity to turn himself into a new person... one Bart isn't sure he likes.
The Way We Weren't
Homer tells Marge that she wasn't his first kiss, but as he relates the story of a romance that wasn't meant to be from his youth, it turns out that the girl in the story really was Marge.
Bart's behind and Homer's mouth lands the Simpson clan in jail for treason. Homer and Bart have to then prove that they are patriotic and do love America.
My Mother the Carjacker
Homer's mother returns to Springfield and his life briefly before being hauled away by the police. Homer, in an effort to spend more time with his mother, breaks her out of prison.
Margical History Tour
With the library and elementary school unable to supply the Simpson children with history resources, Marge takes it upon herself to teach them through historical stories.
Marge Vs Singles, Seniors, Childless Couples, Teens and Gays
Marge tries to politically take on a movement that favors the childless couples in Springfield. Homer's help may end up hurting her cause, so Lisa and Bart rush in to try and help their mother with the election.
I, (Annoyed Grunt) Bot
Homer's attempt to provide Bart with a robot involves Homer putting on a robot costume, but things take a turn for the worse when Bart enters his "robot" into a robot battle. Lisa and Marge commiserate over the death of Snowball II.
Diatribe of a Mad Housewife
Marge writes a book with characters eerily similar to people in her real life. It is picked up and published leading Homer to turn to Ned Flanders as to how to be a better husband.
Bart is sent to a Juvenile Correction Facility and, while there, bonds with a tough girl who helps plot an escape.
Catch 'Em If You Can
Bart, Lisa and Grampa try to thwart Homer and Marge's romantic getaway to Miami. Grampa's stories somehow draw the attention of a gay Miami resident.
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