How Many Episodes Of "The Simpsons" Have You Seen?
The satiric adventures of a working-class family in the misfit city of Springfield.
Simpsons Roasting on an Open Fire (1989)
The family is forced to spend all of their savings to get Bart's new tattooo removed, and with no money Christmas, Homer is forced to become a store Santa.
Bart the Genius (1990)
Bart ends up at a school for gifted children after cheating on an IQ test.
Homer's Odyssey (1990)
After losing his job, Homer contemplates ending it all, until he discovers a new life path as a safety advocate.
There's No Disgrace Like Home (1990)
After being embarrassed by the rest of the family at a company picnic, Homer becomes obsessed with improving their behavior towards each other.
Bart the General (1990)
After being beaten up by Nelson Muntz one too many times, Bart turns to Grampa for help, and soon leads a rebellion against the school bully.
Moaning Lisa (1990)
A depressed Lisa's spirit is lifted when she meets a jazz-man, Bleeding Gums Murphy.
The Call of the Simpsons (1990)
Homer takes the family camping, but it soon becomes a misadventure when they lose their equipment and Homer is mistaken for Bigfoot.
The Telltale Head (1990)
Bart gets more than he bargained for when he saws the head off a statue of the town's founder.
Homer's Night Out (1990)
After a photograph of Homer canoodling with an exotic dancer is distributed throughout Springfield, he finds himself kicked out of the house by Marge.
The Crepes of Wrath (1990)
Bart is sent to France on a student exchange program, where he's treated like a slave; An Albanian student takes Bart's place in the family.
Krusty Gets Busted (1990)
Homer witnesses a robbery at the Kwik-E-Mart, where the culprit is a man dressed like Bart's hero, Krusty the Clown. But there's more than meets the eye?
Some Enchanted Evening (1990)
Homer and Marge enjoy a night on the town, leaving the kids with a diabolical babysitter, with a surprising secret.
Bart Gets an F (1990)
Mrs. Krabappel, fed up with Bart's lackadaisical approach to his studies, gives him an ultimatum: shape up or repeat the fourth grade.
Simpson and Delilah (1990)
Homer lies on a medical insurance form in order to obtain a miracle hair restoring drug.
Treehouse of Horror (1990)
The Simpsons move into a cursed house, then are abducted by aliens, before Homer is ensconced in a tale by Edgar Allen Poe.
Dancin' Homer (1990)
Homer's heckling of the Springfield Isotopes baseball team during one of their games inadvertently leads to his appointment as the new team mascot.
Dead Putting Society (1990)
In an attempt to show up Ned Flanders, Homer pits Bart against Ned's son, Todd, in a miniature golf competition.
Bart vs. Thanksgiving (1990)
On Thanksgiving, Bart gets into a fight with the family and runs away from home, before sharing a turkey dinner with a group of homeless people at a soup kitchen, and learning the true meaning of the holiday in the process.
Bart the Daredevil (1990)
After seeing a motorcycle daredevil at a monster truck show, Bart becomes a death-defying daredevil skateboarder.
Bart Gets Hit by a Car (1991)
While skateboarding down the street, Bart is hit by a car driven by Mr. Burns. Homer turns down Mr. Burns' token offer of $100, and instead hires ambulance-chaser Lionel Hutz to bring an outrageous lawsuit against the millionaire.
The Way We Was (1991)
Homer and Marge tell the story of how they met and fell in love in high school.
Homer vs. Lisa and the 8th Commandment (1991)
Homer gets a crooked cable guy to install free cable in the Simpson home, and as a result, Lisa faces an ethical crisis over her family's stealing.
Principal Charming (1991)
After attending a co-worker's wedding, Selma begins to fear she will die alone. However, when Homer tries to set her up with Principal Skinner, he falls for Patty instead.
Oh Brother, Where Art Thou? (1991)
After Grampa is hospitalized, he reveals that Homer has a half-brother, and the family soon discovers the brother, named Herb, owns a car company. However Herb's hiring of Homer to design a new car may be his undoing.
Bart's Dog Gets an F (1991)
After an uncontrollable Santa's Little Helper destroys several important Simpson possessions, Homer announces that he will be thrown out of the house unless he completes obedience training.
Old Money (1991)
After Grampa's new girlfriend dies and leaves him $106,000 in her will, he tries to decide what to do with it.
Brush with Greatness (1991)
After becoming trapped in a water slide, Homer decides to go on a diet, while Marge enrolls in an art class and is soon commissioned to paint a portrait of Mr. Burns.
Lisa's Substitute (1991)
Lisa has a crush on her substitute teacher; Bart decides to run for class president.
The War of the Simpsons (1991)
Homer must decide which is more important: completing counseling to save his marriage or skipping out to catch a legendary catfish. Meanwhile, at home, Bart and Lisa take advantage of Grampa's ignorance of the house rules.
Three Men and a Comic Book (1991)
Bart, Milhouse and Martin each pitch in to buy an expensive comic book, which soon has a disastrous effect on their friendship.
Blood Feud (1991)
Bart saves Mr. Burns's life. But Homer becomes enraged when Mr. Burns doesn't return the favor by sending the Simpsons what he considers to be an appropriate "thank you" gift.
Stark Raving Dad (1991)
Homer accidentally lands in a mental hospital and ends up sharing a room with a white man who thinks he is [link=nm0001391].
Mr. Lisa Goes to Washington (1991)
After winning a political essay contest, Lisa is invited to Washington, D.C., but she soon becomes upset after discovering how policy-making really works.
When Flanders Failed (1991)
After wishing for Flanders to lose his business, Homer discovers that his neighbor is actually about to go bankrupt and decides to help him out.
Bart the Murderer (1991)
After having a horrible day, Bart gets a job tending bar for a group of gangsters and becomes the prime suspect when Principal Skinner mysteriously disappears.
Homer Defined (1991)
Homer is a hero after averting a nuclear meltdown that he nearly caused, but he doesn't want to tell anyone that he stopped it completely by accident.
Treehouse of Horror II (1991)
The Simpson family receives a severed monkey's paw which can grant wishes, Bart gains magical powers which he uses to turn Homer into a Jack-in-the-box, and Mr. Burns uses Homer's brain to create a robot.
Lisa's Pony (1991)
After ruining Lisa's performance at the school talent show, Homer tries to make it up by buying her a pony.
Saturdays of Thunder (1991)
After Homer fails a fathering test, he decides to help Bart build his Soap Box Derby racer.
Flaming Moe's (1991)
Moe claims that a drink that Homer invented is his own. After the drink makes the bar a local hot spot, Moe gains a number of fair-weather friends but loses Homer's friendship.
Burns Verkaufen der Kraftwerk (1991)
Burns decides to retire and sells the power plant to a German consortium for an exorbitant price. Homer's laziness and inefficiency are quickly exposed by his new bosses, and he is laid off.
I Married Marge (1991)
As Marge goes to the doctor for a pregnancy test, Homer tells the children of the events leading up to his marriage, and Bart's birth.
Radio Bart (1992)
After Bart receives a microphone which can transmit through radios, he decides to pull a series of pranks and eventually convinces the town that a boy has fallen down a well.
Lisa the Greek (1992)
Homer uses Lisa (and her prognostic skills) to help him bet on football games.
Homer Alone (1992)
While Marge spends a couple of days at Rancho Relaxo after she has a breakdown, Bart and Lisa stay with Patty and Selma, and Homer stays at home to take care of Maggie.
Bart the Lover (1992)
After Mrs. Krabappel gives Bart a month of detention, he gets his revenge by responding to her newspaper singles ad. Meanwhile, Marge suggests Homer to start a swear jar to stop him cursing.
Homer at the Bat (1992)
Homer and his co-workers qualify for the plant softball team's league final, but Mr. Burns hires nine professional MLB players in order to win a $1 million bet.
Separate Vocations (1992)
The results of a standardized test steer Bart in the direction of law and order at Springfield Elementary School. However, Lisa becomes so depressed by her results that she turns to juvenile delinquency.
Dog of Death (1992)
The Simpsons wind up regretting paying for an expensive surgery for Santa's Little Helper. He then runs away from home, winds up in the animal shelter, and is adopted by Mr. Burns to become an attack dog.
Colonel Homer (1992)
Homer becomes the manager of a beautiful young country singer and finds himself almost attracted to her, sparking Marge's jealousy.
Black Widower (1992)
Sideshow Bob gets out of jail and plots to take his revenge on Bart by marrying his Aunt Selma and killing her.
The Otto Show (1992)
After Otto loses his job as school bus driver because he does not have a license, Bart convinces Homer and Marge to let Otto stay with them until he gets back on his feet.
Bart's Friend Falls in Love (1992)
Milhouse falls in love with Samantha, a new transfer student, and Bart becomes jealous of all the time they are spending together. Meanwhile, Homer orders a subliminal weight loss tape, but is given a vocabulary builder by mistake.
Brother, Can You Spare Two Dimes? (1992)
After Homer "wins" a $2000 settlement with the plant for radiation affecting his sperm count, his brother Herb comes to Springfield with an idea that could help him get his fortune back.
Kamp Krusty (1992)
Bart and Lisa attend "Kamp Krusty" but it is nothing like they thought it would be; Homer's hair grows back and he loses weight while the kids are away.
A Streetcar Named Marge (1992)
After blowing up in Homer's face, Marge is cast as the lead in a musical production with Ned Flanders as her love interest, but the more she plays the part, the madder she gets at Homer; Maggie attempts to retrieve her pacifier from the nanny.
Homer the Heretic (1992)
After skipping church one week, Homer decides that he is never going back. However, when a calamity occurs, it takes the combined efforts of a number of people from different faiths to save him.
Treehouse of Horror III (1992)
An evil Krusty the Clown doll makes life hell for the Simpsons, Marge is captured by a giant ape who falls in love with her, and Bart inadvertently raises the dead.
Itchy & Scratchy: The Movie (1992)
With Bart continually getting in trouble, Homer bans him from seeing the new Itchy & Scratchy movie.
Marge Gets a Job (1992)
Marge takes a job at the nuclear plant to help pay for the house's foundation repair, and Mr. Burns is smitten by her.
New Kid on the Block (1992)
Bart becomes infatuated with his new neighbor but she is more interested in someone else; Homer is kicked out of a restaurant after eating too much.
Mr. Plow (1992)
Homer opens a snow plow business only to have his best friend Barney open a rival outfit, with commercials by Linda Ronstadt. Homer sends Barney into an avalanche, then feels guilty and saves his life.
Lisa's First Word (1992)
While trying to coax Maggie into saying her first word, Homer and Marge talk about how Lisa spoke hers.
Homer's Triple Bypass (1992)
Years of poor eating habits catch up with Homer when he suffers a massive heart attack. The family can't afford the triple bypass operation he needs from Dr. Hibbert, so they go to a discount quack named Nick Riviera.
Marge vs. the Monorail (1993)
After receiving a considerable donation of money, Springfield builds a monorail system with Homer as the conductor, unaware they've just boarded a one-way train to Hell.
Selma's Choice (1993)
Selma starts to feel broody, but after taking Bart and Lisa to Duff Gardens, she changes her mind.
Brother from the Same Planet (1993)
When Bart gets tired of Hole: horrible parenting skills, he enrolled in the "Bigger Brother" program where he's assigned a fantastic role model.
I Love Lisa (1993)
Feeling sorry for Ralph, Lisa sends him a Valentine card. Having developed a crush on her, Ralph invites Lisa to go see the Krusty the Clown show. She accepts but after Krusty asks them if they are boyfriend and girlfriend, Lisa lets Ralph know that she just wants them to be friends.
After Homer is arrested for DUI, and loses his driver's license, he is put to the ultimate test when Marge pressures him to give up beer for a month.
Last Exit to Springfield (1993)
Homer becomes union leader and leads a company strike when Mr. Burns takes away the company dental plan.
The Front (1993)
Bart and Lisa decide to write their own episodes of the "Itchy and Scratchy" show after they begin to grow bored with the current scripts.
Whacking Day (1993)
Marge attempts to home school Bart after he is expelled from Springfield Elementary. Meanwhile, Lisa protests a barbaric local holiday centered around clubbing snakes to death.
Marge in Chains (1993)
A misunderstanding leads to Marge being imprisoned for shoplifting. In her absence, the family, and eventually, the town itself, descend into chaos.
Krusty Gets Kancelled (1993)
A massive advertising blitz announces the arrival of something named "Gabbo". Eventually, Gabbo is revealed to be a Howdy Doody-esque dummy, whose sensational success causes Krusty the Clown's show to be canceled.
Homer's Barbershop Quartet (1993)
After the kids find a record with Homer's picture on it, he recalls the story of how he achieved fame in the 1980s with his barbershop quartet, The Be Sharps.
Cape Feare (1993)
After being released from prison on parole, Sideshow Bob plots to murder Bart.
Homer Goes to College (1993)
When a surprise inspection of the nuclear power plant reveals that Homer is not qualified to do his job, he is forced to go to college.
After his birthday party goes wrong, Mr. Burns begins to want his childhood toy, a teddy bear named Bobo; Homer finds that Maggie is in possession of the doll.
Treehouse of Horror IV (1993)
Homer sells his soul to the Devil for a donut, Bart contends with a gremlin on the side of the school bus which only he can see, and the family discovers that Mr. Burns is a vampire.
Marge on the Lam (1993)
A girls' night out turns into a high speed chase when Marge learns her friend is driving a stolen car.
Bart's Inner Child (1993)
Brad Goodman, a self-help guru, comes to Springfield and identifies Bart as a role model for personal happiness because he is in touch with his inner child. Soon, the entire town begins to behave like him.
Boy Scoutz 'n the Hood (1993)
After joining the Junior Campers while on a sugar high, Bart reluctantly invites Homer to accompany him on the group's annual father-son rafting trip, which soon goes awry.
Bart Gets Famous (1994)
Bart becomes an overnight sensation as the "I didn't do it" boy on Krusty the Clown's show.
Homer and Apu (1994)
When Homer becomes ill after eating contaminated food bought at the Kwik-E-Mart, Apu is fired from his job.
Deep Space Homer (1994)
In an effort to increase the dismal television ratings for their space launches, NASA decides to send an ordinary man into space, and Homer is chosen for the task.
Homer Loves Flanders (1994)
After Flanders invites Homer to a football game, the pair become friends, but Homer's possessiveness and loutish behaviour slowly turns Ned against him.
Bart Gets an Elephant (1994)
After Bart receives an elephant as a prize for calling in to a radio station, the animal proves to be too costly to care for and Homer decides to sell it.
Burns' Heir (1994)
After coming close to death, Mr. Burns decides than it's time to find an heir to his empire, and chooses Bart because of his truly devious nature.
Sweet Seymour Skinner's Baadasssss Song (1994)
Bart brings Santa's Little Helper to school with him on inspection day and gets Skinner fired, Bart is pleased until Ned Flanders is made his replacement.
The Boy Who Knew Too Much (1994)
After playing truant from school, Bart witnesses the alleged assault of a waiter by Mayor Quimby's nephew, Freddy. However, if he comes forward, he will have to admit he skipped class, and face the consequences.
Lady Bouvier's Lover (1994)
Grampa falls in love with Marge's mother, but must compete with Mr. Burns for her heart.
Secrets of a Successful Marriage (1994)
Homer begins teaching a class on how to have a successful marriage, but jeopardizes his own marriage by revealing secrets about himself and Marge.
Bart of Darkness (1994)
After he breaks his leg and becomes confined to his room, Bart begins spying on the residents of Springfield with a telescope, and suspects Ned of murdering his wife.
Lisa's Rival (1994)
Lisa is jealous when a new girl in class is smarter than she is. Meanwhile, Homer obtains a massive amount of sugar.
Itchy & Scratchy Land (1994)
A family vacation to Itchy & Scratchy Land turns disastrous when the robots malfunction and turn on the tourists.
Sideshow Bob Roberts (1994)
Sideshow Bob is released from prison and runs for Mayor of Springfield. When he wins the election, Bart and Lisa suspect foul play and are determined to expose Bob's corruption.
Treehouse of Horror V (1994)
The family's job at Mr. Burns' country estate goes awry when Homer goes mad; Homer's attempt to repair a toaster results in inadvertent time travel; The school staff turn cannibalistic.
Bart's Girlfriend (1994)
Bart falls for Reverend Lovejoy's daughter and is surprised when she becomes a bad influence on him.
Lisa on Ice (1994)
Homer gives all his attention to Bart because he is the star of his hockey team, which makes Lisa jealous. But when a rival team discovers that she is an excellent goalie, Bart suddenly has a rival for Homer's attention.
Homer Badman (1994)
After a series of misunderstandings, Homer is labeled a pervert, and must try to clear his name.
Fear of Flying (1994)
Marge goes into therapy to cure her of her traumatizing fear of flying.
Homer the Great (1995)
Homer becomes a member of a mysterious organization called the Stonecutters and is heralded as "the chosen one".
And Maggie Makes Three (1995)
Homer recounts the story of Maggie's birth when the kids ask why there are no photos of her in the family album.
Bart's Comet (1995)
Bart discovers a comet that is on a collision course with Springfield.
Homie the Clown (1995)
Homer becomes a Krusty the Clown stand-in, but is mistaken for the real Krusty by the Springfield mafia.
Bart vs. Australia (1995)
After he makes a collect call to Australia and refuses to pay for it, Bart sparks an international incident, with the Simpsons forced to travel to the country in order to repair political relations.
Homer vs. Patty and Selma (1995)
Desperate for money, Homer takes a loan from Patty and Selma; Bart discovers a natural talent for ballet.
A Star Is Burns (1995)
The citizens of Springfield decide to host their very own film festival and a popular movie critic from New York arrives to be a judge.
Lisa's Wedding (1995)
A fortune teller gives Lisa a look at her wedding in the year 2010.
Two Dozen and One Greyhounds (1995)
Santa's Little Helper's new mate has puppies, and Mr. Burns schemes to steal them and make them into a coat.
The PTA Disbands (1995)
Marge fills in for Mrs. Krabappel during a teachers' strike.
'Round Springfield (1995)
When Bart is hospitalized, Lisa runs into her hero, Bleeding Gums Murphy, who is also a patient. However, when he dies soon after, she is devastated.
Lemon of Troy (1995)
When a group of Shelbyville kids steal Springfield's sacred lemon tree, Bart and his friends venture there to get the tree back.
Who Shot Mr. Burns? Part One (1995)
After Mr. Burns steals oil from Springfield Elementary, an unknown person, seemingly in retaliation, shoots him.
Who Shot Mr. Burns? Part Two (1995)
As Mr. Burns lies in intensive care, Chief Wiggum - with some help from Lisa - tries to find out who shot him.
Radioactive Man (1995)
Milhouse is cast as Radioactive Man's sidekick in a Hollywood production of the comic book.
Bart Sells His Soul (1995)
When Rev. Lovejoy disciplines Bart for a prank he pulled in church - he tricked the organist into playing Iron Butterfly's ""In-A-Gadda-Da-Vida" - he and co-conspirator Milhouse begin arguing over whether man really has a soul. Bart scoffs at the notion and agrees to "sell" his soul (a piece of paper with the words "Bart Simpson's Soul") to Milhouse for $5. A series of situations makes Bart realize maybe he really did sell his soul, prompting him to go all-out to get it back from Milhouse, who isn't willing to sell. Meanwhile, Moe attempts to open a family-style restaurant inside his tavern, with the gimmick that if he doesn't smile when servicing a customer, the meal is free. Moe's surly demeanor and the stress of running such a business alone conspire to do the establishment in.
Lisa the Vegetarian (1995)
A trip to a local petting zoo convinces Lisa to give up meat, despite excessive pressure to convince her not to do so.
Treehouse of Horror VI (1995)
A freak lightning storm causes giant advertising mascots to come to life; The children are terrorized by Groundskeeper Willie in their dreams; Homer finds himself trapped in another dimension.
King Size Homer (1995)
Determined to avoid a work exercise program, Homer intentionally gains weight in order to qualify for disability and work from home. However, he soon realizes that being morbidly obese comes with its own problems.
Mother Simpson (1995)
After faking his own death, Homer meets a woman in the cemetery who turns out to be his mother. While he is shocked by her reappearance as he was always told she was dead, she harbors a deep secret.
Sideshow Bob's Last Gleaming (1995)
Sideshow Bob again escapes from prison and takes control of a TV screen at an air show, demanding all television stations immediately go off the air.
Marge Be Not Proud (1995)
Marge's relationship with Bart is strained when he is caught shoplifting before Christmas.
Team Homer (1996)
Homer starts a bowling team with Moe, Apu and Otto, but when Mr. Burns discovers the team was funded with his money, he insists on joining. Meanwhile, Springfield Elementary introduces uniforms.
Two Bad Neighbors (1996)
Former President George Bush and his wife, Barbara, move into the Simpsons' neighborhood and soon clash with Bart and Homer.
Scenes from the Class Struggle in Springfield (1996)
After buying a Chanel suit at a bargain price, Marge finds herself invited to a country club by a former schoolmate. Taken in by the opulence of the place, she is soon overcome by a desperation to fit in.
Bart the Fink (1996)
Krusty is left almost broke after Bart inadvertently rats him out to the IRS, forcing him to take drastic action.
Lisa the Iconoclast (1996)
Lisa may figure out what to do when she discovers that Springfield's founding father was actually a murderous thief while researching for an essay.
Homer the Smithers (1996)
When Smithers is forced to take a vacation, he appoints Homer as his temporary replacement.
The Day the Violence Died (1996)
Bart and Lisa meet a homeless person who claims to have created Itchy, one half of the cat and mouse team of their favorite cartoon series, "Itchy & Scratchy."
A Fish Called Selma (1996)
Washed-up movie star Troy McClure starts dating Selma in an attempt to silence bizarre rumors about his personal life and resuscitate his career.
Bart on the Road (1996)
Unable to get out of a mis-scheduled spring vacation, Principal Skinner makes up the holiday "Go to Work with Your Parents Day," giving Lisa the chance to spend time with Homer, and Bart the chance to work with Patty & Selma at the DMV. When Bart makes his own fake driver's license and Martin wins a bundle at the stock market, Bart rents a car, and takes Milhouse, Martin, and Nelson Muntz on a huge road trip.
Much Apu About Nothing (1996)
Anti-immigration fever sweeps Springfield, which threatens to lead to the deportation of Apu, until Homer decides to reject the mob mentality and help him become a legal citizen.
Determined to prove he is still cool, Homer takes Bart and Lisa to the Hullabalooza music festival, where he finds he has a talent for being shot in the stomach, and joins the festival's freak show.
Summer of 4'2" (1996)
After realizing how unpopular she is, a disillusioned Lisa sees the vacation to Ned Flanders' beach house as an opportunity to reinvent herself.
Treehouse of Horror VII (1996)
Bart discovers his Siamese twin in the attic; Lisa becomes a God after she accidentally creates life in a science fair project; Kang and Kodos plot to conquer the planet.
You Only Move Twice (1996)
After moving to another town to begin a new job, Homer must decide whether or not he should stay when the rest of the family have a hard time with the transfer.
The Homer They Fall (1996)
Homer becomes a boxer after Moe discovers his amazing ability to take a punch.
Burns, Baby Burns (1996)
The Simpsons try to reunite Homer's boss, Mr. Burns, with Larry, Burns' long-lost son.
Bart After Dark (1996)
Marge leads a crusade against a local burlesque house after she discovers Bart working there.
A Milhouse Divided (1996)
When Kirk and Luann hit a roadblock in their marriage, Luann announces that she is planning to get a divorce, causing Homer to worry about his own marriage.
Lisa's Date with Density (1996)
At school, Nelson is caught with a cache of stolen items in his locker (including the "H" hood emblem from Supt. Chalmers' car) and is assigned to do chores with Groundskeeper Willie. Lisa is caught observing the goings-on and is assigned detention, where she develops a crush on Nelson. Lisa tries to reform Nelson, and it works for awhile. However, as the old saying goes, you can't teach a juvenile delinquent new tricks and it isn't long before Nelson is back to his old ways; he and his buddies had been caught throwing spoiled food at Skinner's house and tries to lie to Lisa about his participation in the whole thing, but ultimately lets slip the truth. Meanwhile, Homer obtains an autodialer and decides it will help him make easy money through his "Happy Dude" telemarketing scheme. Homer is eventually caught and made to use the autodialer to call back everyone he scammed in apology. Which he does ... then he asks for more money as part of a "Sorry Dude" scam.
Hurricane Neddy (1996)
After a hurricane hits Springfield and destroys Ned Flanders' house, he suffers a breakdown and is forced to confront problems from his childhood.
The Mysterious Voyage of Homer (1997)
At Springfield's annual chili cook-off, Homer eats a spicy concoction containing hallucinogenic peppers from Guatemala, and subsequently has a vision which makes him doubt Marge is his soul mate.
The Springfield Files (1997)
Special Agents Mulder and Scully arrive in Springfield after Homer claims to have seen an alien.
Mountain of Madness (1997)
Homer and Mr. Burns get trapped in a snowed-in cabin during a company retreat.
The Itchy & Scratchy & Poochie Show (1997)
Krusty becomes alarmed at the flagging ratings for "The Itchy & Scratchy Show" and demands it be corrected. The producers reason some new gimmicks are needed to inject fresh air and - after a focus group doesn't quite go as well as planned - decide to introduce a new character named Poochie, a rapping cartoon dog that is supposed to become friends with Itchy and Scratchy. Homer auditions to do Poochie's voice and wins the part. Poochie's first cartoon, "The Beagle Has Landed," premieres to great fanfare but is poorly received to say the least. The producers decide that, given his spectacular failure, Poochie will be killed off in the mutt's next cartoon. Homer learns about this and at his next recording session, gives a speech imploring everyone to give Poochie a chance. However, the effort is unsuccessful and Poochie's death - along with the correct lines dubbed in - is revealed in the next animated short. Also: A college-aged boy named Roy temporarily moves in with the Simpsons and - in a nod to clichéd characters being used as a gimmick to entice viewership of waning TV shows - does everything to get in the way. Eventually, Roy announces he's moving out and moving in with a pair of sexy ladies.
Homer's Phobia (1997)
After Marge befriends John, a gay store owner, Homer worries that his presence will have a negative effect on Bart's sexuality.
Brother from Another Series (1997)
Grudge against his brother Side Show Bob, Cecil tries to kill Springfield with hydro-electric dam explosion which was fonded hollowed structure by him. Side Show Bob also has a good Side.
Homer vs. the 18th Amendment (1997)
After Bart inadvertently becomes drunk at a St. Patrick's Day celebration, an old prohibition law banning drinking in Springfield is rediscovered and enforced. Desperate to keep alcohol in the city, Homer takes matters into his own hands.
Grade School Confidential (1997)
Bart discovers Principal Skinner and Mrs Krabappel kissing, and it's not long before the whole town knows of their secret affair.
The Canine Mutiny (1997)
After he fraudulently obtains a credit card, Bart buys a new dog named Laddie. When the items he purchased are repossessed, he lies that Santa's Little Helper is the dog he bought, and soon misses his pet.
In Marge We Trust (1997)
Marge becomes a church counselor; Homer discovers his face on a Japanese detergent logo.
Homer's Enemy (1997)
Industrious Frank Grimes starts working at the plant and becomes irritated by Homer's laziness; Bart buys a run-down factory for a dollar.
The Simpsons Spin-Off Showcase (1997)
Troy McClure introduces possible Simpsons spin-offs: "Chief Wiggins, P.I.," "The Love-Matic Grandpa," "The Simpson Family Smile-Time Variety Hour".
The Secret War of Lisa Simpson (1997)
After a prank destroys half the town, Bart is shipped away to military school. Lisa, seeking a challenge, decides to enroll with him, but is faced with discrimination as the school's only girl cadet.
The Principal and the Pauper (1997)
At his 20th anniversary celebration as school principal, Principal Skinner is discovered to be an imposter of the real Seymour Skinner.
Lisa's Sax (1997)
Homer recounts the story of Bart's first day of school, which corresponds with the story of how Lisa got her saxophone.
Treehouse of Horror VIII (1997)
Homer battles mutants after Springfield is annihilated by a neutron bomb; Bart has his DNA mixed with a fly; Marge is revealed to be a witch in colonial Springfield.
The Cartridge Family (1997)
After a massive soccer riot, Homer purchases a gun to protect the family.
Bart Star (1997)
A damning report on childhood obesity in Springfield leads to the formation of a pee-wee football team. After belittling Ned Flanders, Homer ends up coaching the team, but his favoring of Bart makes him unpopular.
The Two Mrs. Nahasapeemapetilons (1997)
Apu receives a letter from his mother stating that it's time for him fulfilled his arranged marriage obligation, he pretends Marge is his wife.
Lisa the Skeptic (1997)
Another day at Springfield Elementary School, another field trip - this time to an archaeological dig. During the dig, Lisa unearths what appears to be a fossilized human skeleton with wings.
Miracle on Evergreen Terrace (1997)
When Bart accidentally ruins everyone's Christmas gifts, he claims that a robber stole them and the community pitches in to raise funds for more.
All Singing, All Dancing (1998)
Homer is disappointed when the western he rented turns out to be a musical, so the family reminds him of the musical moments in the show's history.
Bart Carny (1998)
Bart and Homer befriend two carnies and invite them to stay with them, but the carnies soon swindle the Simpsons out of their house.
The Joy of Sect (1998)
An evil cult called the Movementarians brainwashes the citizens of Springfield and it's up to Marge to get them back.
Das Bus (1998)
While the kids become stranded on a desert island, Homer attempts to cash in on the Internet.
Dumbbell Indemnity (1998)
Homer and Moe attempt insurance fraud so that Moe can support his new girlfriend. When Homer ends up in jail, Moe has to decide whether or not to come forward.
Lisa the Simpson (1998)
Lisa fears she is losing her intelligence when she learns about the fabled Simpson gene. Meanwhile, Jasper freezes himself in the Kwik-E-Mart freezer.
This Little Wiggy (1998)
Bart is reluctant to hang out with Ralph Wiggum, until he gains access to Chief Wiggum's master key to the city.
Simpson Tide (1998)
Homer causes an international incident after he joins the Naval reserves.
The Trouble with Trillions (1998)
Homer is forced to spy for the IRS after an audit. But when he is asked to retrieve a trillion dollar bill from Mr. Burns, he switches sides and the two flee to Cuba for refuge.
Girly Edition (1998)
Bart and Lisa become locked in competition when they anchor a children's news program. Meanwhile, Homer adopts a helper monkey.
Trash of the Titans (1998)
Homer becomes the sanitation commissioner for Springfield. His ineptitude pollutes the town and leads to a drastic solution.
King of the Hill (1998)
After humiliating Bart at a church picnic, Homer resolves to get in shape. Soon, he is contacted by an energy bar company that wants him to climb a mountain as a promotion.
Lost Our Lisa (1998)
Lisa gets lost after she tries to take a bus to a museum.
Natural Born Kissers (1998)
Homer and Marge's attempt to spice up their marriage leads to the couple being chased naked through Springfield.
Lard of the Dance (1998)
A new girl arrives at Springfield Elementary and becomes instantly popular, with Lisa forced to organize a dance at her school, while Homer and Bart try to start their own grease business.
Bart the Mother (1998)
When Bart accidentally kills a mother bird, he tries to make amends by raising the eggs.
Treehouse of Horror IX (1998)
Homer receives an evil hair transplant; Bart and Lisa get trapped in an Itchy and Scratchy cartoon; Maggie is revealed to be an alien.
Lisa Gets an 'A' (1998)
When Lisa cheats on a test, she has a moral crisis when her perfect score qualifies the school for grant money; Homer adopts a lobster as a pet.
Mayored to the Mob (1998)
Homer deals with corruption when he becomes Mayor Quimby's bodyguard.
Viva Ned Flanders (1999)
When Homer takes Ned to Las Vegas in an attempt to get him to loosen up, the two end up drunkenly marrying a pair of cocktail waitresses.
Sunday, Cruddy Sunday (1999)
Homer and his friends head to the Superbowl, but are forced to sneak in when they discover their tickets are counterfeit.
Homer to the Max (1999)
After a dimwitted TV character is coincidentally named Homer Simpson, Homer changes his name to Max Power.
I'm with Cupid (1999)
The husbands of Springfield plot revenge after Apu outshines them on Valentine's Day.
Make Room for Lisa (1999)
Lisa feels that her relationship with her father will never be close, and she develops stress-induced stomach pains; Marge inadvertently knocks out Milhouse.
Maximum Homerdrive (1999)
Homer completes a cross country delivery for a trucker who dies before completing it, and takes Bart along for the ride. Meanwhile, Marge and Lisa experience problems with a novelty doorbell they purchase.
Simpsons Bible Stories (1999)
Three famous religious stories are retold Simpsons style as the family nods off at church.
Mom and Pop Art (1999)
Homer becomes the talk of the Springfield art community when a failed barbecue pit he worked on is mistaken for an art project.
The Old Man and the 'C' Student (1999)
Bart is punished with community service at the Retirement Castle after he ruins Springfield's chances of hosting the Olympics.
Monty Can't Buy Me Love (1999)
When a wealthy man moves to Springfield, Mr. Burns begins to feel that he is losing his grasp on the citizens and decides to enlist the help of Homer.
They Saved Lisa's Brain (1999)
Lisa is invited to join the Springfield chapter of MENSA and after Mayor Quimby flees, the group ends up running the city. Meanwhile, Homer poses for a series of erotic photos.
Thirty Minutes Over Tokyo (1999)
The Simpsons must perform on a Japanese game show after Homer loses their money on a vacation.
Beyond Blunderdome (1999)
Convinced he's the only man with guts to tell him the truth, Mel Gibson insists Homer accompanies him in Hollywood to help fix his newest film project.
Brother's Little Helper (1999)
Bart is put on medication to control his behavior, but the pills cause him to become paranoid and insane.
Treehouse of Horror X (1999)
The Simpsons attempt to cover up their accidental murder of Ned Flanders. Bart and Lisa acquire super powers. An electronic apocalypse threatens Springfield.
E-I-E-I-(Annoyed Grunt) (1999)
Homer cowards out of a pistol-duel and hides out with the rest of the family on a country farm.
Eight Misbehavin' (1999)
Apu struggles with fatherhood after Manjula gives birth to octuplets.
Take My Wife, Sleaze (1999)
Homer's attempt at creating a motorcycle gang attracts a real gang, who kidnap Marge.
Grift of the Magi (1999)
A toy company purchases Springfield Elementary and uses the student body as a focus group for their new Christmas toy Funzo.
Little Big Mom (2000)
Lisa finds out how rough Marge has it when her mom is in traction and she becomes the woman of the house. Homer and Bart's antics get her so worked up she conspires to teach them a lesson.
Faith Off (2000)
Bart is led to believe he has special healing powers after a tent revival.
The Mansion Family (2000)
Homer receives responsibility for Mr. Burns' mansion when he is on leave and takes Burns' yacht to international waters to have a party.
Saddlesore Galactica (2000)
The Simpsons get an abused horse and make him a contender in horse racing. Homer finds out a secret conspiracy about jockeys. Lisa tries to reach President Clinton when the results of a school band talent competition seem tainted.
Missionary: Impossible (2000)
When Homer is wanted dead for reneging on a 10,000 dollar pledge to PBS, Reverend Lovejoy sets him up for missionary work in the South Pacific until the heat dies down.
Plastic surgery not only transforms Moe the Bartender from ugly to hunky, it helps gets him a job on a hit daytime drama.
Bart to the Future (2000)
Bart gets a glimpse of the future while the family is on vacation at an Indian casino.
Days of Wine and D'oh'ses (2000)
Homer doesn't like it when Barney quits drinking; Bart and Lisa get into trouble when they enter a photo contest for the new phone book cover.
Kill the Alligator and Run (2000)
Fearing he only has three years to live, Homer moves the family to Florida so he can live a better life, until they become wanted criminals after injuring a famous alligator.
Last Tap Dance in Springfield (2000)
Lisa has difficulties learning to tap dance; Bart and Milhouse ditch summer camp to spend a week living in the mall.
Behind the Laughter (2000)
Fans are invited to take a behind-the-scenes look at "The Simpsons," revisiting some of the most memorable experiences the family has been through.
Treehouse of Horror XI (2000)
Homer must do one good deed to get into Heaven; Bart and Lisa encounter a witch in a gingerbread house; Super-intelligent dolphins strike back at humanity.
A Tale of Two Springfields (2000)
Springfield is split in two when Homer revolts because his area code is changed; the new town walls itself off from the neighbors.
Insane Clown Poppy (2000)
After he learns he has a daughter, Krusty turns to Homer for parenting advice.
Lisa the Treehugger (2000)
Lisa's crush on an environmental activist inspires her to live in a tree threatened by loggers.
Homer vs. Dignity (2000)
Desperate for money, Homer accepts payment from Mr. Burns in exchange for humiliating himself.
The Great Money Caper (2000)
The whole town of Springfield conspires to teach Homer and Bart a lesson after the pair begin running confidence scams.
Skinner's Sense of Snow (2000)
A freak blizzard traps the students of Springfield Elementary inside their school. Their lives at stake, they are at the mercy of the rescue efforts of a woozy Homer and Ned.
An x-ray reveals a crayon lodged in Homer's brain. After the crayon is removed, Homer experiences a sudden surge in intelligence, making him closer to Lisa and isolated from his friends.
Pokey Mom (2001)
Marge befriends a convict with an artistic streak. Meanwhile, Homer battles the chiropractic industry after he creates a miracle back pain cure.
Worst Episode Ever (2001)
Bart and Milhouse are left in charge of the comic book store after Comic Book Guy is hospitalized.
Tennis the Menace (2001)
Homer installs a tennis court in the backyard, but his lousy playing creates a rift in the family.
New Kids on the Blecch (2001)
A music producer offers Bart and his friends a chance to participate in an up-and-coming boy band, but the boys are not so After after making a discovery.
Hungry Hungry Homer (2001)
Homer is forced to go on a hunger strike by the Springfield Isotopes after uncovering a secret plan to have the baseball team moved to New Mexico.
Bye Bye Nerdy (2001)
Problems with a bully lead Lisa to examine just what makes bullies aggressive. Meanwhile, Homer gets into the baby-proofing business.
Simpson Safari (2001)
The Simpsons win a trip to Africa after Homer finds a golden animal cracker from the 60's in the loft.
Trilogy of Error (2001)
Homer loses his thumb and must rush to the hospital for immediate surgery; Lisa tries to make it to the school with her project; Bart obtains illegal fireworks.
I'm Goin' to Praiseland (2001)
With Homer's help, Flanders tries to establish a Christian theme park based on drawings in Maude's sketch book.
Simpsons Tall Tales (2001)
A hobo tells the Simpsons tall tales on a train ride to Delaware. In the first story, Homer is outcast from society as Paul Bunyan. Then, Lisa travels the country planting trees as Connie Appleseed. Finally, Bart and Nelson raft down the Mississippi as Tom Sawyer and Huck Finn.
Treehouse of Horror XII (2001)
A gypsy puts a curse on Homer; The Simpsons' new automated house malfunctions and tries to kill Homer; Bart and Lisa attend a school for wizards.
The Parent Rap (2001)
After Bart takes a joyride in a police car, a judge orders him to be tethered to Homer at all times.
Homer the Moe (2001)
Homer and his friends are forced to drink in the Simpsons' garage after Moe the Bartender renovates his shady bar into a hipster hangout.
The Blunder Years (2001)
A hypnotist uncovers a traumatic experience from Homer's childhood.
She of Little Faith (2001)
Homer and Bart collaborate on a model rocket which destroys The First Church of Springfield. To raise money for repairs, the church sells advertising space, outraging Lisa - who becomes a Buddhist, with the help of guest star Richard Gere.
Brawl in the Family (2002)
A social services officer brings unity to the Simpson family, but their newfound happiness is threatened when the cocktail waitress Homer married in Vegas shows up at their door.
Sweets and Sour Marge (2002)
Marge rallies for a ban on sugar after Springfield is declared America's fattest city.
Jaws Wired Shut (2002)
Marge can't deal with the quiet after Homer has his jaws wired shut.
Half-Decent Proposal (2002)
Marge's high school sweetheart Artie Ziff returns and offers Homer a million dollars to spend a weekend with Marge.
The Lastest Gun in the West (2002)
Bart meets a retired cowboy movie star and convinces him to make a comeback on The Krusty the Clown Show.
Tales from the Public Domain (2002)
The family reads stories from a long overdue library book. First, Homer (Odysseus) struggles to find his way home after the Trojan War. Next, Lisa (Joan Of Arc) leads the French army after hearing the voice of God. Finally, Bart (Hamlet) avenges the murder of his father.
Blame It on Lisa (2002)
Lisa sponsors an orphan in Brazil, and when he goes missing she convinces the family to go to Brazil to find him. While there, Homer is kidnapped.
Weekend at Burnsie's (2002)
After a traumatizing eye injury, Homer becomes a habitual user of medical marijuana.
Gump Roast (2002)
In this clip show, the citizens of Springfield honor Homer Simpsons with a Roast, but the festivities take a turn for the worst when aliens crash it.
I Am Furious Yellow (2002)
Bart's comic about Homer becomes a hit on-line, prompting Homer to attempt to control his anger.
The Sweetest Apu (2002)
Apu's marriage is on the rocks after Manjula finds out he cheated on her.
Little Girl in the Big Ten (2002)
Lisa pretends to be a college student and loses favor with her classmates at Springfield Elementary in the process. A mysterious illness forces Bart to live in a plastic bubble.
The Frying Game (2002)
Homer and Marge find themselves on death row after they are framed for murder.
Treehouse of Horror XIII (2002)
Homer clones himself with a magic hammock; Zombie cowboys come back from the dead after Springfield bans guns; The Simpsons family take a vacation on an island where Dr. Hibbert can turn people into animals.
How I Spent My Strummer Vacation (2002)
When Marge, Lisa and Bart find out how hard Homer struggles to keep a roof over their heads, they enroll him in a Rock & Roll fantasy camp to relax at for a week.
Bart vs. Lisa vs. 3rd Grade (2002)
Bart and Lisa are respectively held back and moved forward one grade, putting them in the same class.
Large Marge (2002)
Marge accidentally gets breast implants.
Helter Shelter (2002)
The Simpsons family must participate in a reality television show in which they try to live in the same way that the families did in the 1800s.
Special Edna (2003)
After Skinner once again has let Mrs. Krabappel down, Bart takes her to the cinema. To cheer her up, Bart nominates Krabappel for the 'teacher of the year' award. The nominations is accepted, and soon the Simpsons family and Mrs. Krabappel are going to the award ceremony in Orlando, Florida, where Skinner tries to get back Krabappel by asking her to marry him.
The Strong Arms of the Ma (2003)
Marge takes up body-building to boost her self-esteem after a mugging, but the family finds they just can't cope with a Marge that can bench-press 500 pounds.
Pray Anything (2003)
Homer turns to religion to help him get what he wants, and is soon awarded the church in an injury settlement. Homer then turns the church into his personal party pad, and Reverend Lovejoy leaves Springfield to wallow in its hedonism.
Barting Over (2003)
When Bart finds out Homer has used all the money Bart got for doing a commercial when he was a baby, he moves out of the house and into the same building as famous skateboarder, Tony Hawk, whose skateboarding tour Bart joins.
I'm Spelling as Fast as I Can (2003)
Lisa participates in the Spellympics, but Homer is busy traveling cross-country as Krusty Burger test-markets a new sandwich. Lisa is confident that she will win, until she learns that the contest is rigged against her.
A Star Is Born Again (2003)
Ned Flanders starts dating a famous movie star, but has difficulties with the tabloids following them everywhere.
Mr. Spritz Goes to Washington (2003)
The family makes Krusty run for Congress because of air traffic being redirected to fly dangerously close to their house.
Homer takes over the power plant after tricking Mr. Burns into making him the official owner of the power plant.
'Scuse Me While I Miss the Sky (2003)
Lisa becomes interested in astronomy and starts fighting the light pollution which is preventing her from being able to enjoy her new hobby.
Three Gays of the Condo (2003)
Finding an old note, Homer discovers Marge secretly hated him many years back. Upset, he leaves the house and moves in with two gays.
Dude, Where's My Ranch? (2003)
Homer writes a Christmas carol called "Everybody Hates Ned Flanders," which soon becomes so popular that the family decides to leave town for a while.
Old Yeller-Belly (2003)
Homer throws out Santa's Little Helper for not saving him from a fire, but soon the dog becomes Duff's new mascot.
Brake My Wife, Please (2003)
Because of Homer losing his driver's license, Marge has to drive everyone everywhere, which is so stressful for her that she accidentally runs over Homer leading to the two seeing a marriage counselor.
The Bart of War (2003)
Bart and Milhouse aren't forced into community service after destroying Flanders' memorial and join separate community groups and put themselves against each other.
Moe Baby Blues (2003)
After saving Maggie's life, Moe develops a special bond with her, much to Homer's dismay.
Treehouse of Horror XIV (2003)
First, Homer kills the Grim Reaper and takes his place in Reaper Madness. Then, Professor Frink's father is revived, only to kill people and steal their organs in Frinkenstein. Finally, Bart and Milhouse get a stop watch that can stop time in Stop the World, I Want To Goof Off.
My Mother the Carjacker (2003)
Homer's mother returns to Springfield, and the city pardons her from the charges against her. Mr Burns is furious about this and makes a plan to get Mona Simpson in prison.
The Regina Monologues (2003)
Prime minister Tony Blair welcomes the Simpsons to England where they run into author J.K. Rowling and actor Ian McKellen.
The Fat and the Furriest (2003)
At the dump Homer is videotaped while being attacked by a bear. The town regards him a coward, so Homer decides to strike back at the bear.
Today, I Am a Clown (2003)
Krusty decides to do what he never did when he was thirteen years old - have a Bar Mitzvah.
'Tis the Fifteenth Season (2003)
After spending all his money on an expensive gift for himself, and the family thinking he should be less of an egoist, Homer decides to change his ways.
I, (Annoyed Grunt)-Bot (2004)
Homer pretends to be a robot and competes in Robot Wars to win Bart's affection; Lisa has cat trouble.
Diatribe of a Mad Housewife (2004)
Marge is inspired to write a novel, but the storyline of the book (a fat, mean husband, and a handsome, sweet neighbor) makes Homer jealous.
Margical History Tour (2004)
Marge tells Lisa, Bart and Millhouse three history stories because the library doesn't have any.
Smart & Smarter (2004)
When Maggie is revealed to have an IQ of 167, Lisa is no longer the genius of the family, causing a rivalry between the sisters.
Co-Dependent's Day (2004)
Marge takes up heavy drinking to spend more time with Homer. Bart and Lisa confront a famous movie director about the drop in quality his films have taken.
The Wandering Juvie (2004)
After playing a prank on the whole town, Bart is sentenced to six months of juvenile detention. There he meets Gina, who forces Bart to escape with her.
My Big Fat Geek Wedding (2004)
Mrs. Krabapel falls for Comic Book Guy and they plan a Star Trek like wedding. Principal Skinner plans to prevent it.
Catch 'Em If You Can (2004)
Homer and Marge try to have a vacation without the kids but Bart and Lisa follow them everywhere they go.
Simple Simpson (2004)
Homer becomes a costumed vigilante who uses pies for weapons after witnessing Lisa get humiliated at a competition at the state fair.
The Way We Weren't (2004)
Marge and Homer find out that they actually kissed each other at age 10 without knowing they were each other's first kisses, and tell the story about this.
Bart-Mangled Banner (2004)
An accidental photo showing Bart mooning the American flag makes the Simpsons the most hated family in town.
Fraudcast News (2004)
After Mr. Burns is erroneously reported as dead, he buys all of he media outlets in order to prevent them from writing scathing articles about him.
Treehouse of Horror XV (2004)
Ned gains the power to foresee people's deaths; Maggie is shrunk inside a vitamin capsule and swallowed; Eliza Simpson and her sidekick hunt down a murderer.
All's Fair in Oven War (2004)
Homer buys Marge a new kitchen, and Marge likes cooking in the new kitchen so much she attends the Ovenfresh Bakeoff.
Sleeping with the Enemy (2004)
Because she thinks her own children do not appreciate her anymore, Marge becomes a mother figure for Nelson.
She Used to Be My Girl (2004)
Marge becomes jealous when Lisa begins idolizing her old high school friend, Chloe Talbot, a famous reporter.
Fat Man and Little Boy (2004)
Bart begins designing T-shirt slogans, and his T-shirts become very popular among the citizens of Springfield.
Midnight Rx (2005)
Homer goes to Canada with Apu and Ned to purchase Grampa's medication, but the three have problems getting home because the border guard thinks Apu is a terrorist.
Mommie Beerest (2005)
Homer gives Moe an enormous amount of money so he doesn't have to close down.
Homer and Ned's Hail Mary Pass (2005)
A video of Homer dancing becomes so popular that all major sports players hires Homer to design celebration dances for them.
Pranksta Rap (2005)
Bart went to a rap concert Marge told him not to go to. In order to avoid punishment from Marge, he makes Marge and Homer believe he has been kidnapped.
There's Something About Marrying (2005)
A townsperson comes out of the closet when Springfield legalized same-sex marriages in a plot to bolsterwtourism; Homer uses the Internet to become a minister.
Goo Goo Gai Pan (2005)
Selma decides to adopt a child, so the whole family goes to China.
Mobile Homer (2005)
After a garage-cleaning accident, Marge wants Homer to get life insurance. Instead, the family gets an RV.
The Seven-Beer Snitch (2005)
Springfield builds an opera house, but since no-one attends it they convert it into a prison. Old and forgotten laws are used to fill the prison, and therefore Homer goes to jail for kicking a can five times in a row. In jail, Homer becomes a snitch
Bart and Lisa see into the future where their lives have changed.
Don't Fear the Roofer (2005)
Homer meets a new friend, Ray the Roofer, but gets confined to a mental institution when his friends and family think he made him up.
The Heartbroke Kid (2005)
Bart starts living on food from the new candy machine in school only, but he becomes so overweight that he has to go to a fat camp.
A Star Is Torn (2005)
Lisa attends a singing competition for children, and Homer becomes her manager because of his skill to write songs that the crowd loves.
Thank God It's Doomsday (2005)
Homer hears about the Rapture, and by using numerology to calculate when the Rapture is coming he learns that it is only one week away.
Home Away from Homer (2005)
After Homer humiliates Ned Flanders, Ned, Rod, and Todd decides to leave Springfield and live in Humbleton, Pennsylvania.
The Bonfire of the Manatees (2005)
When Marge leaves Homer because he allowed an adult movie being shot in their house, she seeks self fulfillment in protecting manatees.
Milhouse of Sand and Fog (2005)
Maggie contracts the chicken pox and Homer gets the great idea to charge parents to get their own children sick by throwing a pox party, but his plan backfires.
Treehouse of Horror XVI (2005)
An android son replaces Bart; Homer and friends are the quarry in Mr. Burns' hunting tournament; a witch turns townsfolk into their Halloween costumes.
Marge's Son Poisoning (2005)
Marge and Bart start spending more time together, and make a tradition of cycling to a tea house in a small village outside Springfield.
See Homer Run (2005)
When a recall election puts Mayor Quimby's job up for grabs, Homer seizes the opportunity to win office and gain his daughter's love.
The Last of the Red Hat Mamas (2005)
Milhouse tutors Lisa in Italian, and Marge joins the Cheery Red Tomatoes, a group that plans to rob Mr. Burns of one million dollars worth of Fabergé eggs.
The Italian Bob (2005)
The Simpsons become lost in Italy, finding their way to a small town that Sideshow Bob has become the mayor of.
Simpsons Christmas Stories (2005)
Homer tells the tale of the first Christmas ever, while Grandpa pursues his decade-old feud with Santa.
Homer's Paternity Coot (2006)
When a frozen mailman from the 60's is found in a Springfield glacier, doubts arise about whether Abe really is Homer's father.
We're on the Road to D'ohwhere (2006)
When Homer is on his way to Vegas to meet up with his friends, he has to make a detour to take Bart to an education camp. Meanwhile, Marge has discovered a surprising source of income.
My Fair Laddy (2006)
Bart and Lisa bets whether Lisa can turn Groundskeeper Willie into a proper gentleman.
The Seemingly Never-Ending Story (2006)
In this story within a story within a story within a story, a cave-exploring expedition, an angry sheep and a lovestruck Moe become inextricably entwined.
Bart Has Two Mommies (2006)
Marge starts babysitting the Flanders boys, leading Homer to spend more time with Bart and Lisa. Bart gets kidnapped by a lonely movie chimpanzee.
Million Dollar Abie (2006)
After blowing Springfield's chances for an NFL franchise, Grandpa goes to an assisted-suicide center, then becomes a bullfighter.
Kiss Kiss, Bang Bangalore (2006)
Homer gets sent to India when the power plant is relocated there. Selma and Patty kidnap Richard Dean Anderson after he spurns their MacGyver fan club.
The Wettest Stories Ever Told (2006)
While waiting for the dinner at the Frying Dutchman, the family starts telling three stories about ships: "Journey on the Mayflower", "Mutiny on the Bounty", and "The Neptune Adventure".
Girls Just Want to Have Sums (2006)
Springfield Elementary is divided into two separate schools (one for boys, one for girls) following Principal Skinner's demotion. Concerned that the boys are receiving a higher standard of education, Lisa disguises herself as a boy.
Regarding Margie (2006)
After hitting her head on a stool Marge suffers from amnesia. Slowly but surely memories are starting to come back, except memories about Homer.
The Monkey Suit (2006)
After seeing a museum exhibit on evolution, in which creation is labeled a myth, an outraged Ned Flanders teams with Reverend Lovejoy to blackmail Principal Skinner into requiring creationism to be taught in classrooms, eventually at the expense of any mention of evolution. Lisa becomes outraged herself, and forms a student organization to teach evolution, leading to a creationism vs. evolution trail, a la Inherit the Wind.
Jazzy & The Pussycats (2006)
Lisa becomes depressed when Bart becomes a better jazz musician than her. So she decides to set up an animal shelter in the Simpsons' attic.
Please Homer, Don't Hammer 'Em (2006)
Marge begins her own carpentry business, but Homer becomes the face of the business because nobody will take a female carpenter seriously. And Bart uses Principal Skinner's peanut allergy to his advantage.
Treehouse of Horror XVII (2006)
A meteorite turns Homer into a rampaging blob with a voracious appetite; Bart brings a Golem to life; an alien invasion hoax turns real.
G.I. (Annoyed Grunt) (2006)
Homer is duped into signing up for the Army, and his hijinks after basic training ultimately results in a military occupation of Springfield.
Moe'N'a Lisa (2006)
Lisa helps Moe become a distinguished poet, but she turns on him when he takes all the credit for his newfound greatness.
The Haw-Hawed Couple (2006)
Bart and Nelson become best friends, but Bart surprisingly discovers that the fringe benefits aren't worth Nelson's neediness.
Kill Gil, Vol. 1 & 2 (2006)
The Simpsons let Gil stay with them during Christmas. However, he stays for 11 months because Marge can't tell him "no."
The Wife Aquatic (2007)
Homer returns Marge to Barnacle Bay, where she spent her beloved summer vacations. But when they get there, they discover that it is no longer a tourist spot.
Revenge Is a Dish Best Served Three Times (2007)
While Homer tries to get revenge on a driver who cut him off, his family warns him of the folly of revenge by telling stories based on "The Count of Monte Cristo," "Revenge of the Nerds," and "Batman."
Little Big Girl (2007)
When Bart performs a heroic act, Springfield grants him 1 wish. Barts asks for a driver's license, and he drives to a nearby town. There, he meets a teen (Natalie Portman) who thinks he is 16, and the two begin dating.
Springfield Up (2007)
A parody of the "Up Series" of British documentaries, in which a filmmaker follows Homer and his friends from grade school into their 40s.
Yokel Chords (2007)
In this parody of [link=tt0059742], Lisa becomes a tutor for Cletus' seven children, until Krusty tries to exploit them as entertainers. Meanwhile, Bart becomes emotionally attached to his school-appointed psychiatrist.
Rome-old and Juli-eh (2007)
Selma and Grampa fall in love and end up getting married, a marriage both Homer and Patty are against.
Homer becomes a successful Paparazzi, but Springfield's celebrities decide to get their revenge on him.
Marge Gamer (2007)
Marge decides to find out what there Internet has to offer and soon gets hooked on an online role-playing game; Homer referees Lisa's soccer game.
The Boys of Bummer (2007)
Bart becomes the most hated person in Springfield after he is the goat in a championship baseball game, and Homer new job as a mattress salesman ruins his and Marge's sex life.
Crook and Ladder (2007)
Homer, Moe, Apu and Principal Skinner become volunteer firefighters. But just because they're not getting paid doesn't mean that they can't find a way to receive compensation.
Stop or My Dog Will Shoot (2007)
Homer unwittingly drags the family into a cornfield maze after attempting to leave a boring Harvest fest that Marge brought them to. When everyone except Homer escapes, Santa's Little Helper rescues him and becomes the town hero. So the Simpsons enroll him in Police Dog Academy where he's teamed with Lou.
24 Minutes (2007)
Bart and Lisa join forces to stop the school bullies from setting off a stink bomb at the school bake sale.
He Loves to Fly and He D'ohs (2007)
Homer falls in love with private planes after taking a flight to Chicago with Mr. Burns. So Marge hires Homer a "life manager" to help him think positively and find a job that will allow him to fly for a living.
Homer of Seville (2007)
Homer becomes an opera star after an injury improves his singing voice. His newfound popularity forces him to hire a personal assistant, who turns out to be an obsessed stalker.
Midnight Towboy (2007)
Homer becomes the most hated man in town after he becomes a tow truck driver, and Marge teaches Maggie to not be an over-dependent baby.
I Don't Wanna Know Why the Caged Bird Sings (2007)
Marge promises to visit a convicted bank robber in prison, but is afraid to follow through. But when the convict escapes from prison, Marge is the first person he pays a visit to.
Treehouse of Horror XVIII (2007)
The eighteenth Simpsons Halloween Special features parodies of the movies "E.T." and "Mr. and Mrs. Smith."
Little Orphan Millie (2007)
Milhouse's parents are lost at sea, which causes him to become a troubled loner. But his new persona makes him the new most popular kid at school, which sparks jealousy in Bart.
Husbands and Knives (2007)
When Marge becomes a successful businesswoman, Homer becomes worried that she will dump him for a trophy husband. Therefore, he decides to have plastic surgery to make himself look like a hunk.
Funeral for a Fiend (2007)
Bart is responsible for Sideshow Bob's death after his latest attempt at revenge is foiled, but is his death actually part of the plan?
Eternal Moonshine of the Simpson Mind (2007)
Homer goes to Dr. Frink to help him recover his memories from the night before, and he discovers, based on his interpretation of the memories, that Marge is having an affair.
E Pluribus Wiggum (2008)
Springfield becomes the site of the first presidential primary. The townspeople soon get sick of all of the presidential candidates sucking up to them, and decide to support their own write-in candidate: Ralph Wiggum.
That '90s Show (2008)
Homer and Marge tell the kids about their life in the early 1990s before they were born, when Marge was enrolled in Springfield College and Homer was the lead singer of a grunge rock band
Love, Springfieldian Style (2008)
A series of romantic Valentine's Day parodies based on "Bonnie and Clyde," "Lady and the Tramp," and "Sid and Nancy."
The DeBarted (2008)
The new prankster in Bart's fourth grade class actually turns out to be a mole brought in by Principal Skinner to infiltrate Bart's inner circle. Homer falls in love with his loaner car after Marge wrecks their old one.
Dial 'N' for Nerder (2008)
One of Bart's pranks results in Martin's death, but Lisa doesn't want him to confess because she would be considered an accomplice. Marge hires a television crew to find out if Homer is cheating on his diet.
Smoke on the Daughter (2008)
Marge has Lisa take up ballet, mainly to have Lisa live out her own childhood dreams. Lisa then succumbs to peer pressure from her ballet mates and takes up smoking. Meanwhile, Homer and Bart try to start their own beef jerky business.
Papa Don't Leech (2008)
When the Simpsons discover that Lurleen Lumpkin is on the skids, Marge reluctantly agrees to take her in and help her find her deadbeat dad who abandoned her 30 years ago.
Apocalypse Cow (2008)
Bart tries to save the cow he raised for his 4-H club from the slaughterhouse, and in the process winds up getting accidentally engaged to one of Cletus's daughters.
Any Given Sundance (2008)
Lisa's documentary about her family is accepted into the Sundance Film Festival. However, her family gets upset with her when they discover that the film is far from flattering.
Mona Leaves-a (2008)
Homer's mom dies, and as part of her will, she asks him to spread her ashes. However, her request turns out to be part of her final act of rebellion against the system.
All About Lisa (2008)
In a parody of "All About Eve," Lisa stabs Krusty in the back, takes his job, and wins a prestigious award. Meanwhile, Homer and Bart take up coin collecting.
Sex, Pies and Idiot Scrapes (2008)
Homer and Ned go into business together as bounty hunters, and Marge takes a job at an erotic bakery.
Lost Verizon (2008)
Bart gets in trouble with Marge after she finds out that he has Denis Leary's cell phone and is using it to make prank phone calls.
Double, Double, Boy in Trouble (2008)
Bart trades lives with his multi-millionaire lookalike, but discovers that his lookalike's life isn't all he thought it would be.
Treehouse of Horror XIX (2008)
The Simpsons' 19th Halloween Special, with parodies of "Transformers," "Mad Men," and "It's the Great Pumpkin, Charlie Brown."
Dangerous Curves (2008)
The Simpsons take a Fourth of July vacation to a cabin hotel, which cause Homer and Marge to reminisce about two episodes from their past where they stayed in the cabin.
Homer and Lisa Exchange Cross Words (2008)
Homer gets a job breaking up couples, and Lisa becomes an expert crossword puzzle solver, but Homer bets against her in a competition.
MyPods and Boomsticks (2008)
Homer suspects that the family of Bart's new Muslim friend from Jordan is part of a terrorist plot, and Lisa becomes obsessed with her new MyPod.
The Burns and the Bees (2008)
Mr. Burns wins a professional basketball team in a poker game, and the new arena he plans to have Springfield build for the team threatens to interfere with Lisa's new bee sanctuary.
Lisa the Drama Queen (2009)
Lisa and her new best friend create their own fantasy world, but Marge doesn't want Lisa to see her friend anymore after she finds out that they're too far gone in it.
Take My Life, Please (2009)
Homer finds out that he actually won the senior class president election, and he gets an opportunity to find out how his life would have been different if it had happened.
How the Test Was Won (2009)
Bart and his fellow underachievers are taken on a "field trip" to Capital City so that they can miss the standardized test, and Homer makes sure that nothing bad happens until their insurance goes back into effect.
No Loan Again, Naturally (2009)
The Simpsons lose their house, but Flanders buys it and offers to rent it back to them. But when they turn out to be less-than-reliable renters, Flanders kicks them out.
Gone Maggie Gone (2009)
In order to rescue Maggie from a Catholic orphanage, Lisa must solve a series of puzzles to reveal the identity of a gem that will bring peace to Springfield.
In the Name of the Grandfather (2009)
The Simpsons take Grandpa to Ireland so he can go back to visit a pub he went to during the war, but Grandpa and Homer get suckered into buying the bar.
Wedding for Disaster (2009)
Homer is kidnapped moments before he and Marge are supposed to re-renew their vows. However, Marge comes to the conclusion that Homer left her at the altar.
Eeny Teeny Maya Moe (2009)
Moe begins dating a little person he met on the Internet, while Maggie is being bullied at the playground next to Moe's where Homer is leaving her.
The Good, the Sad and the Drugly (2009)
Bart gets Milhouse to take the rap for a prank at school, and then blows him off when he falls for a cute 5th grade do-gooder, prompting Milhouse's wrath. Meanwhile, Lisa begins taking "happy pills" to improve her negative outlook.
Father Knows Worst (2009)
Homer becomes a "helicopter parent" at Springfield Elementary by helping Bart finish a class project and helping Lisa become popular, and Marge finds a secret sauna in their house.
Waverly Hills, 9021-D'Oh (2009)
The Simpsons set up a fake residence in Waverly Hills so that Bart and Lisa can attend school there.
Coming to Homerica (2009)
Townspeople build a wall around Springfield to keep "immigrants" from Ogdenville from relocating to their town.
Homer the Whopper (2009)
A Hollywood studio makes a movie based on Comic Book Guy's comic book character "Everyman," and Homer is cast in the lead. However, Homer's weight fluctuations cause problems for the production.
Bart Gets a 'Z' (2009)
When Bart's prank gets Ms. Krabappel fired from Springfield Elementary School, he tries to make it up to her without letting her know that he was responsible.
The Great Wife Hope (2009)
Marge takes on the owner of an ultimate fighting league in the ring in order to get the sport banned in Springfield.
Treehouse of Horror XX (2009)
Lisa becomes livid with Miss Hoover, and in a series of homages to classic Hitchcock sets out for deadly revenge. Next, Krusty's latest fast-food sandwich transforms news anchor Kent Brockman into an enraged zombie and twenty-eight days later, cannibal zombies have overrun Springfield. In the final frightening fable, Homer accidentally falls through a trapdoor in Moe's tavern and impales himself on the pipes of Moe's microbrewery. Moe serves the barflies a glass of delicious beer flavored with Homer's blood and Homer, now half-man, half-brewing apparatus, returns for vengeance.
The Devil Wears Nada (2009)
Marge rediscovers her sexuality after appearing in a racy calendar, but Homer is too tired to respond to her advances because he is being worked to death by his new boss, Carl.
Pranks and Greens (2009)
Bart meets the boy responsible for the greatest prank in Springfield Elementary School history, and discovers that he's now a 19-year-old loser. Meanwhile, Marge is scolded for providing unhealthy snacks for Maggie's play group.
Rednecks and Broomsticks (2009)
Homer becomes an expert on moonshine when he starts hanging out with Cletus after he saves the Simpsons' lives, while Lisa becomes friends with three teenage Wiccans.
Oh Brother, Where Bart Thou? (2009)
Bart becomes jealous of Maggie and Lisa's special bond as sisters, so he goes to an orphanage and "adopts" a little brother.
Thursdays with Abie (2010)
Homer becomes jealous when a syndicated newspaper columnist begins publishing Grandpa's stories, while Bart is assigned to take care of the class's stuffed sheep for the weekend.
Once Upon a Time in Springfield (2010)
The antagonism between Krusty and the new female co-star forced upon him soon turns to romance, while a headhunter encourages Homer, Lenny and Carl to take a job at another nuclear power plant.
Million Dollar Maybe (2010)
Homer can't tell Marge he won the lottery because he was supposed to be giving a wedding toast when he bought the ticket. But Bart soon finds out where he's hiding the money and begins to blackmail him.
Boy Meets Curl (2010)
Homer and Marge become members of the U.S. Olympic curling team. At the games, Lisa becomes addicted to collecting pins, and Bart tries to save her.
The Color Yellow (2010)
While searching for an admirable ancestor for a class project, Lisa discovers the story of a relative named Eliza Simpson, who may or may not have helped a slave escape to freedom.
Postcards from the Wedge (2010)
When Bart unsuccessfully tries to play Homer and Marge against each other, he comes up with a dangerous prank that is sure to get their attention.
Stealing First Base (2010)
Bart gets Springfield Elementary School in legal trouble when he kisses the enigmatic daughter of two lawyers, while Lisa is depressed about being ostracized because she is smart.
The Greatest Story Ever D'ohed (2010)
Ned takes the Simpsons on a pilgrimage to Israel in order to try and save Homer, but soon discovers that he may not be worth saving.
American History X-cellent (2010)
Mr Burns is sent to prison for art theft, where a scary inmate introduces him to religion. Meanwhile Smithers becomes the boss at the plant, and Bart and Lisa try to share an ant farm.
Chief of Hearts (2010)
Homer and Chief Wiggum's new friendship is put to the test when the chief becomes needy after being shot, while Marge suspects that Bart may be dealing drugs.
The Squirt and the Whale (2010)
After a violent storm, Lisa tries to rally the townspeople and come to the rescue of a beached whale.
To Surveil, with Love (2010)
Springfield covers the town with surveillance cameras after Homer creates a bomb scare at the train station. Meanwhile, Lisa considers becoming a brunette so that people will take her more seriously.
Moe Letter Blues (2010)
Homer, Apu and Reverend Lovejoy all suspect that Moe may have left with one of their wives after receiving a mysterious letter, but which one is it?
The Bob Next Door (2010)
Bart is convinced that the Simpsons' new friendly, unassuming neighbor is actually Sideshow Bob in disguise, but will anyone believe him before it's too late?
Judge Me Tender (2010)
Moe's gruff and abrasive personality makes him the perfect hyper-critical judge, and lands him a spot on American Idol. Meanwhile, Homer makes Marge uncomfortable when he starts spending more time at home with Moe's now closed.
Elementary School Musical (2010)
While Homer and Bart accompany Krusty to Oslo so he can receive the Nobel Peace Prize, Marge enrolls Lisa for a week in performing arts camp.
Loan-a Lisa (2010)
Lisa uses the $50 she receives from Grandpa to give Nelson a microloan to jump-start his bicycle business, but soon comes to regret the decision.
Lisa takes over as manager of Bart's baseball team and uses statistical analysis to build a winner, but she takes all of the fun out of it and causes Bart to quit the team.
Treehouse of Horror XXI (2010)
A Satanic board game causes other popular board games to come to life, Homer and Marge rescue a possible killer and let him on their boat, and a parody of "Twilight" where Lisa falls for a young vampire.
Lisa Simpson, This Isn't Your Life (2010)
When Lisa discovers that Marge was also a model student, she tries to find out where everything changed so that she doesn't repeat her mistakes. Meanwhile, a series of chance accidents cause Bart to replace Nelson as school bully.
The Fool Monty (2010)
After Mr. Burns finds out that he is dying, he has an accident and loses his memory, and all the townspeople use the situation to get their revenge on him.
The Fight Before Christmas (2010)
Marge gets depressed when the rest of the family does not get into the holiday spirit, and she writes a letter, hoping to get some help; Mr. Burns and Moe's new friend delay the Simpsons as they attempt to travel to Hawaii for the holiday.
Donnie Fatso (2010)
Homer goes to prison after attempting to get out of a series of fines with a bribe, but agrees to a reduced sentence by informing on Fat Tony for the FBI.
Moms I'd Like to Forget (2011)
Bart sets out to uncover the origins of a sword-shaped scar on his hand; Marge reconnects with three friends she fell out with years ago.
Flaming Moe (2011)
Moe tries to keep his 'straightness' a secret when he opens a gay bar; Skinner falls for a new teacher.
Homer the Father (2011)
Homer picks up parenting advice from an 80s sitcom; Bart becomes involved in trading nuclear secrets.
The Blue and the Gray (2011)
Moe employs Homer as his wing man, only to find Homer has more luck with the ladies than he does; Marge finds her first gray hair.
Angry Dad: The Movie (2011)
Bart's "Angry Dad" character gets his own movie, but when the movie starts winning awards, Homer tries to hog all the credit.
The Scorpion's Tale (2011)
Lisa's school project leads to the discovery of a new drug that makes the elderly less cranky and more tolerable.
A Midsummer's Nice Dreams (2011)
After Tommy Chong walks away from the Cheech & Chong reunion tour, Homer goes on the road as his replacement. Meanwhile, Marge tries to help the cat lady with her hoarding problem.
Love Is a Many Strangled Thing (2011)
The tables are turned for Homer and Bart after a therapist cures Homer of his violent tendencies toward the boy.
The Great Simpsina (2011)
The family is greeted by folk singer Ewell Freestone when they visit a peach farm, but when Marge goes overboard with peach-inspired dishes, Lisa and Bart try to get rid of the unwanted fruit. Later, Lisa becomes a magician's apprentice to the legendary Great Raymondo who helps her develop her craft, but a schoolgirl crush clouds her judgment when she is coaxed into revealing the Great Raymondo's most famous magic trick to his phony archnemesis. But when the rival magician's act takes a risky turn, the Great Raymondo has one last trick up his sleeve and stages showdown with Ricky Jay, Penn & Teller and David Copperfield , showing them why he is the master of the craft.
Homer Scissorhands (2011)
Homer opens his own salon after he discovers that he has skills as a hair stylist, and Lisa becomes suspicious after Millhouse gets a 5th grade girlfriend.
500 Keys (2011)
While Homer takes the Duff Blimp for a joyride, Lisa discovers a secret room in the basement of Sprinfield Elementary School.
The Ned-Liest Catch (2011)
When Krabbapple gets suspended and put into detention after hurting Bart, Bart tries to break her out, but it ends that Flanders is the one that saves her life. But soon, Ned figures out that Edna has also dated other men such as Homer, Skinner Comic Book Guy and Aerosmith drummer Joey Kramer.
The Falcon and the D'Ohman (2011)
Homer tries to befriend the new security guard at the nuclear power plant, who for some unknown reason isn't interested and keeps having flashbacks to his violent past as a government agent.
Bart Stops to Smell the Roosevelts (2011)
Superintendant Chalmers gets fired after using unconventional methods to teach Bart and his friends about Teddy Roosevelt, so the boys take over Springfield Elementary until he gets his old job back.
Treehouse of Horror XXII (2011)
Homer takes a dangerous dive into an isolated canyon on Candy Peak, but when a crashing boulder traps his arm, he channels Aron Ralston to save himself. In "The Diving Bell and Butterball," the first of three hair-raising Halloween tales, a venomous spider bite leaves Homer paralyzed, but when Lisa discovers Homer's ability to communicate through natural gases, he is able to express his love for Marge. The killer spells continue in "Dial D for Diddly," when Ned Flanders, devout preacher by day, transforms into a cold-blooded vigilante by night. In the final terrifying tale, "In the Na'Vi," Bart and Milhouse are sent on a mission to obtain a sacred extract on a distant planet. They morph into the land's indigenous one-eyed avatars, but when Bart finds love and an eternal mate abroad, he is caught in planet warfare.
Replaceable You (2011)
Homer is betrayed by his new assistant at work and winds up working for her, and Bart and Martin create a science project that brings joy to the seniors at the Springfield Retirement Castle.
The Food Wife (2011)
Homer is worried that he is no longer the cool parent after Marge, Bart, and Lisa become foodies.
The Book Job (2011)
Homer and Bart put together a team to author the next successful tween novel franchise and make a million dollars, but discover that they need Lisa's help to pull it off.
The Man in the Blue Flannel Pants (2011)
Homer gets promoted to accounts manager at the nuclear power plant, but soon learns the job robs you of your soul. Meanwhile, Lisa introduces Bart to "Little Women."
The Ten-Per-Cent Solution (2011)
Krusty the Clown is stuck in a rut when the television network pulls his show from the air and his talent agency drops him as a client. But when the Simpsons introduce him to seasoned agent Annie, they are surprised to learn that Annie was Krusty's very first agent. Despite their rocky relationship, Annie is convinced to re-sign Krusty and craft his career comeback. But when Krusty's retro comedy show reboot is deemed a critical success, Krusty must decide to stay with his agent or side with the network executives.
Holidays of Future Passed (2011)
It's the most wonderful time of the year, and the Simpsons flash forward thirty years and find themselves in a tech-savvy, futuristic Springfield. Bart and Lisa have children of their own and decide to spend the holidays as one big family at Homer and Marge's house. Lisa and Bart turn to Homer and Marge for parenting advice and begin to realize that the apple doesn't fall far from the tree.
Politically Inept, with Homer Simpson (2012)
Homer becomes the host of a popular political talk show, starts an "everyman" movement in Springfield, and ends up hand-picking Ted Nugent as the Republican nominee for president.
The D'oh-cial Network (2012)
Lisa creates an online social network that becomes a Springfield obsession, but later becomes a victim of user backlash.
Moe Goes from Rags to Riches (2012)
While Bart tries to regain Milhouse's friendship, Moe's bar cleaning rag tells his unlikely story of how he got to where he is today.
The Daughter Also Rises (2012)
Lisa falls for an adventurous, Hemingway-esque young boy, while Bart and Millhouse set out to bust all the myths that surround Springfield Elementary School.
At Long Last Leave (2012)
The entire town votes to kick the Simpsons out of Springfield, so they decide to move to "The Outlands."
Exit Through the Kwik-E-Mart (2012)
Bart becomes an urban vandal and decides to use Homer as his inspiration, while Apu hits hard times when a new trendy market takes all the Kwik-E-Mart customers.
How I Wet Your Mother (2012)
Homer pays for challenging karma by becoming a bed-wetter, and the family must break into Homer's dreams [link=tt1375666]-style to root out the source of the problem.
Them, Robot (2012)
Mr. Burns replaces all of the nuclear plant employees with robots--except for Homer, who stays along to supervise the robots and serve as a human scapegoat.
Beware My Cheating Bart (2012)
Jimbo's girlfriend cheats on Jimbo with Bart, and Homer uses his new treadmill to catch up on a TV series about plane crash victims stranded on an island.
The Spy Who Learned Me (2012)
Homer uses his paid sick leave to improve his marriage, with the help of his imaginary friend, super-spy Stradivarius Cain. Meanwhile, Bart gets revenge on Nelson for stealing everyone's lunch money.
Ned 'N' Edna's Blend (2012)
After Ned and Edna announce publicly that they were secretly married, the two clash over how to raise Rod and Todd.
Lisa Goes Gaga (2012)
After a desperate attempt by Lisa to become more popular backfires, Lady Gaga shows up in Springfield to help her with her self-esteem.
Moonshine River (2012)
The Simpsons go back to New York City so that Bart can find his old girlfriend Mary Spuckler. Meanwhile, Lisa and Marge spend the trip trying to take in New York culture on the cheap.
Treehouse of Horror XXIII (2012)
A black hole threatens to swallow Springfield, Homer tries to find the source of paranormal activity, and a "Back to the Future" parody in which Bart keeps Marge from marrying Homer.
Adventures in Baby-Getting (2012)
Marge decides that she wants another baby, but Homer doesn't want one. Meanwhile, Bart tries to figure out where Lisa is secretly going after school.
Gone Abie Gone (2012)
Homer invests Lisa's college fund on an online poker site. Meanwhile Abe disappears from the Springfield Retirement Castle.
Fat Tony has to serve jury duty, and his clerk, Dan, must run the mafia while he's gone. Meanwhile, Lisa considers making a disgusting change to her diet.
A Tree Grows in Springfield (2012)
Homer becomes addicted to his new tablet computer. But when it is destroyed Homer becomes despondent, until he finds and provides hope for Springfield in the most unlikely place.
The Day the Earth Stood Cool (2012)
Homer befriends a hipster and invites his family to move in next door. However, their friendship soon sours as Springfield is transformed into a haven for "coolness."
To Cur with Love (2012)
When Homer shows no remorse over almost losing Santa's Little Helper, Grandpa tells everyone the story of Homer's childhood dog.
Homer Goes to Prep School (2013)
Homer joins the "Springfield Preppers," an off-the-grid survivalist group whose leader has set up a top-secret retreat outside of town to prepare for the end of the world.
A Test Before Trying (2013)
The fate of Springfield Elementary rests on Bart and his test scores, and Homer finds way to make money with his own parking meter.
Changing of the Guardian (2013)
Homer and Marge find the perfect young couple and ask them to be the guardians for the kids in case something happens to them.
Hardly Kirk-ing (2013)
Bart poses Millhouse as his father so that they can do adult activities, and Homer becomes skilled at finding lost objects thanks to Highlights magazine.
Gorgeous Grampa (2013)
Homer's obsession with the TV show "Storage Battles" leads the family to discover Grampa's past identity as "Gorgeous Godfrey," the most feared, villainous man in pro-wrestling history
Black-Eyed, Please (2013)
Ned gets fed up with Homer and punches him in the eye, and Lisa is a bullying victim from her new substitute teacher.
Dark Knight Court (2013)
When Bart is accused of a prank he says he didn't commit, Lisa is forced to defend him in youth court, with former attorney general Janet Reno serving as judge.
What Animated Women Want (2013)
Homer contemplates his next move after getting in the doghouse with Marge, while Millhouse's new Stanley Kowalski-inspired persona makes him suddenly attractive to Lisa.
Pulpit Friction (2013)
Springfield gets a bedbug scare, the new assistant pastor at church appoints Homer as a deacon, and Marge loses her wedding dress.
Whiskey Business (2013)
A new makeover could put Moe in a position to make big money, Bart fails at his job of taking care of Grandpa, and Lisa fights the shameless exploitation of Bleeding Gums Murphy's likeness.
The Fabulous Faker Boy (2013)
Bart takes piano lessons from a cute Russian girl, Marge tries to teach the girl's father how to drive, and Homer loses the last of his hair.
The Saga of Carl (2013)
Homer, Moe, Lenny and Carl win the lottery, but Carl steals the ticket and leaves with the money for Iceland.
Dangers on a Train (2013)
When Marge tries to buy Homer snack cakes for their anniversary, she winds up meeting a married man who shares a common love of British television.
Homer returns from a nuclear power convention a changed man, and Lisa begins to suspect that he has become a domestic terrorist.
Four Regrettings and a Funeral (2013)
While attending a funeral, Homer, Marge, Mr. Burns, and Kent Brockman recall a past regret and try to find a way to rectify the situation.
Homer is stunned to learn he'll only live once. A pen pal from his youth helps him live that life to its fullest. Meanwhile Springfield Elementary institutes an honor code.
Labor Pains (2013)
Homer helps take care of a child that he delivered in an elevator, and Lisa tries to organize the Springfield Atoms cheerleaders against the team's greedy owner.
The Kid Is All Right (2013)
Lisa is distressed when she discovers that her new friend is a Republican, and they wind up running against each other as Springfield Elementary's second grade representative.
Yellow Subterfuge (2013)
Principal Skinner promises the students that the best-behaved can take a ride in a submarine. Bart believes his past indiscretions will be forgotten. Lisa tries to help Krusty by suggesting him to sell the foreign rights to his shows.
White Christmas Blues (2013)
When a sudden tourist spike means that the family cannot afford Christmas, the Simpsons open up their house to boarders.
Steal This Episode (2014)
Fed up with the high price of Hollywood films, Homer begins screening pirated movies in his backyard, but is busted by the FBI after Marge turns him in.
Married to the Blob (2014)
Comic Book Guy seeks romantic advice from Homer when he falls for a Japanese woman who's interested in manga.
Specs and the City (2014)
Mr. Burns' Christmas present to his employees, a pair of augmented reality glasses, places a strain on Homer and Marge's relationship. Meanwhile, Bart wrestles with giving a Valentine's Day card to Nelson.
Bart becomes friends with a schoolmate who enjoys falconry, but turns out to be mentally disturbed.
The Man Who Grew Too Much (2014)
Lisa becomes friends with Sideshow Bob, who now has a new job working with genetically-altered foods. Meanwhile, Marge becomes frustrated teaching abstinence for the church.
The Winter of His Content (2014)
When Abe and two of his friends move in with the Simpsons after the Springfield Retirement Castle closes, Homer begins to embrace their lifestyle. Meanwhile, Nelson initiates Bart into the bully group after coming to his defense.
The War of Art (2014)
The friendship between the Simpsons and the Van Houtens is challenged when a painting the Simpsons buy from the Van Houtens' yard sale is discovered to be extremely valuable.
Marge becomes worried when Lisa starts dating a competitive eater-in-training, while Bart receives gifts from Snake Jailbird for helping him out.
Days of Future Future (2014)
Thirty years into the future, Bart is having trouble dealing with his divorce, Lisa is struggling with her marriage to Milhouse, and Marge is finally fed up after burying yet another Homer clone.
Brick Like Me (2014)
The Lego version of Homer begins to suspect that his entire Lego world is not real when a toy triggers a flashback to an alternate reality.
Pay Pal (2014)
When Homer ruins his and Marge's chances of making a new couple friend, Marge decides to concentrate on finding a friend for Lisa. However, Lisa suddenly makes a new friend on her own.
The Yellow Badge of Cowardge (2014)
Bart wins the annual "last day of school" race - with a little help from Nelson - and Homer attempts to bring back 4th of July fireworks, which have been canceled due to low budget cuts.
Clown in the Dumps (2014)
Krusty has a crisis of conscience and retires from show business after his father dies before ever approving of his career. Meanwhile, Lisa becomes worried about Homer's health and life expectancy.
The Wreck of the Relationship (2014)
Homer and Bart turn to the open seas to improve their relationship, and Marge becomes a trash talking victim after she drafts Homer's fantasy football team.
Super Franchise Me (2014)
Marge opens a sandwich franchise store after her sandwiches become a huge hit at Springfield Elementary. But running day-to-day at the store proves challenging, especially when the same franchise opens another location across the street.
Treehouse of Horror XXV (2014)
The 25th annual 'Simpsons' Halloween special includes an alternate dimension, a "Clockwork Orange"-style gang led by Moe and a visit from the Tracey Ullman-era Simpsons.
Opposites A-Frack (2014)
An Assemblywoman brought in by Lisa to stop Mr. Burns' fracking operation ends up falling for him as much as he does for her.
The Simpsons meet the Planet Express crew, who have come to Springfield in the present to stop them from destroying the future.
Blazed and Confused (2014)
Bart tricks his family into a camping trip at a strange event known as "Blazing Guy" so that he can get revenge on his sadistic new fourth grade teacher.
Homer forms a cover band with other dads in town when he takes up bass guitar to deal with a mid-life crisis, but the band's modest success is soon overwhelmed by Apu's breakout potential.
I Won't Be Home for Christmas (2014)
Marge kicks Homer out of the house for Christmas after he consoles Moe on Christmas Eve instead of going home.
Bart's New Friend (2015)
Homer is hypnotized into believing he's ten years old and ends up stuck in his new age when the hypnotist dies, so he bonds with Bart and refuses to take back the responsibilities of adulthood.
The Musk Who Fell to Earth (2015)
Inventor Elon Musk comes to Springfield, and Homer inspires him with a new idea that could revolutionize Springfield, but winds up costing Mr. Burns a ton of money.
Walking Big & Tall (2015)
Marge tries to get Homer to lose weight. But instead, he finds a support group that encourages him to embrace his largeness.
My Fare Lady (2015)
Marge gets a job as a driver for a transportation app service, while Moe is forced to work as a janitor at the nuclear plant after Homer causes the bar to go bankrupt.
The Princess Guide (2015)
Moe falls in love with a Nigerian princess whose father is working out a uranium deal with Mr. Burns.
Sky Police (2015)
The congregation, led by Marge, is forced to resort to gambling in order to collect money to fix the church, which Chief Wiggum destroyed with a jet pack he received by mistake.
Waiting for Duffman (2015)
After "Duffman" retires, Homer wins a reality competition to become his replacement. But his contract states that he cannot drink beer, which gives him a new perspective on alcohol.
Peeping Mom (2015)
Marge decides to follow Bart everywhere until he confesses to being involved in a bulldozer crash. Meanwhile, Homer ignores Santa's Little Helper when Ned gets a new dog.
The Kids Are All Fight (2015)
The story of Bart and Lisa's rivalry is told when Homer finds an old film strip.
Let's Go Fly a Coot (2015)
Bart takes up smoking to impress Milhouse's cousin Annika while the rest of the family learns about Grampa's days in the Air Force.
Marge convinces Springfield to pass an anti-bullying law when Bart gets bullied in dance school. Homer gets arrested for breaking that law by bullying Flanders.
Mathlete's Feat (2015)
Groundskeeper Willie becomes the coach of the mathletes, Lisa and other kids from Springfield Elementary compete against Waverly Hills Elementary.
Every Man's Dream (2015)
Marge decides it's finally time to separate from Homer, and quickly moves on with her life. Homer is initially devastated, but soon stumbles into a romance with a younger woman.
'Cue Detective (2015)
A celebrity television chef challenges Homer to a barbecue cook-off. But before the competition, Homer's new, prized barbecue grill is stolen.
Patty and Selma try to quit smoking, but Patty moves in with the Simpsons when Selma takes it up again. Meanwhile, Maggie goes on an adventure with some local creatures.
Halloween of Horror (2015)
The Simpsons are proud to be the most festively decorated house on the block. But when Lisa is traumatized at Krustyland Horror Night, she feels she cannot handle Halloween anymore.
Treehouse of Horror XXVI (2015)
After killing Bart, Sideshow Bob doesn't know what to do with himself; Homer wakes up with short-term memory loss; Because of radiation, Lisa, Bart and Milhouse gain super-powers.
Friend with Benefit (2015)
Lisa makes a new friend at school - Harper, who happens to be super-rich, while Homer makes friends with Harper's dad and sets out to continue living the good life when Lisa decides to end the friendship.
Lisa with an "S" (2015)
Broadway legend Laney Fontaine transforms Lisa into a show-biz kid after Homer loses her chance at band camp.
Paths of Glory (2015)
Lisa tries to restore the reputation of a forgotten Springfield female inventor, while Bart takes full advantage of a diagnosis that he is a sociopath.
A tale of Bart's journey from youth to adulthood, where he is constantly in search of approval from his father and in the shadow of his more-successful younger sister.
The Girl Code (2016)
When Homer loses his job due to Marge's social media post, he begins working as a dishwasher at a Greek restaurant. Meanwhile, Lisa creates an app that can predict the effect any post on social media will have.
Teenage Mutant Milk-Caused Hurdles (2016)
Bart and Principal Skinner battle over the affection of Bart's new teacher, and a new milk-based product that Homer buys from the Kwik-E-Mart causes big changes in Bart and Lisa.
Much Apu About Something (2016)
Apu's nephew makes big changes when he takes over the Kwik-E-Mart business, and Bart decides that he's through with being bad after his latest prank spirals out of control.
Love Is in the N2-O2-Ar-CO2-Ne-He-CH4 (2016)
Professor Frink's new invention turns him into a ladies' man, while a new pill at the Springfield Retirement Castle causes Grandpa to hallucinate back to his happiest moments.
Gal of Constant Sorrow (2016)
Lisa tries to launch the career of a homeless Appalachian folk singer, but Bart warns her that she will just let her down. Meanwhile, Homer tries to rescue the cat, who is trapped in the walls of the house.
Lisa the Veterinarian (2016)
Lisa takes a job as veterinarian's assistant, but soon lets the responsibilities of the job get to her head. Meanwhile, Marge decides to take a job as a crime scene cleaner.
The Marge-ian Chronicles (2016)
Lisa signs up for an opportunity to be part of a mission to colonize Mars in ten years, and Homer's strategy to use reverse psychology to talk her out of it backfires.
The Burns Cage (2016)
Homer tries to raise Smithers' spirits by finding him a man, and Lisa gets the lead in the school production of "Casablanca" alongside a new male student, sparking Millhouse's jealousy.
How Lisa Got Her Marge Back (2016)
After Lisa overhears Marge say that she doesn't like Lisa's jazz music, Marge takes Lisa on a trip to Capitol City to regain her friendship. Meanwhile, Bart uses Maggie as his new partner in crime for his practical jokes.
Fland Canyon (2016)
Maggie will not go to sleep, so Homer tells her a bedtime story about when the Simpsons and the Flanders went together to the Grand Canyon.
To Courier with Love (2016)
After promising Marge the trip of a lifetime, Homer makes a deal with a travel agent to be a courier of a top-secret briefcase in exchange for a discounted family vacation to Paris.
While trying to overcome a fear of public speaking, Homer creates an improv comedy troupe; Marge rebuilds Bart's treehouse.
Orange Is the New Yellow (2016)
Marge lets Bart go to the park alone because he's too irritating, then she ends up getting arrested for leaving him unsupervised.
Friends and Family (2016)
Homer finds a new friend in a woman who acts just like him when Mr. Burns hires the other Simpsons as his live-in virtual reality family.
The Town (2016)
Homer takes the family on a "hate-cation" to Boston after he catches Bart rooting for a rival football team.
Treehouse of Horror XXVII (2016)
The children of Springfield fight to the death, Hunger Games style; Lisa's imaginary friend kills her real friends; Moe recruits Bart into his group of covert barfly agents.
Trust But Clarify (2016)
Bart and Lisa investigate Krusty's new candy; Marge helps Homer dress for a promotion; Kent Brockman struggles with the changing media world.
There Will Be Buds (2016)
Homer coaches the kids' lacrosse team with Kirk Van Houten, who disappears before the championship game, after Homer rants about him being a loser.
Havana Wild Weekend (2016)
The Simpsons go to Cuba to get Grampa cheap medical care when the Retirement Castle and V.A. hospital are unable to solve his health problems.
Dad Behavior (2016)
Homer discovers an app that makes his life easier, while Grampa learns that he'll be a father again.
The Last Traction Hero (2016)
Homer is placed in a cast following a workplace accident, leading Marge to receive romance from an unexpected source; Lisa attempts to keep the peace as bus monitor.
The Nightmare After Krustmas (2016)
Krusty and his daughter spend Christmas with the Simpsons; Reverend Lovejoy seeks converts to boost attendance at church; A Christmas toy scares Maggie.
Pork and Burns (2017)
A Japanese book on minimalism inspires Marge to adapt to a new way of living, so the Simpsons have to part with items that no longer bring them joy.
When all the fast food restaurants in Springfield become healthy, Homer turns to the last bastion of greasy food for comfort; Lisa must find a good news story when her school radio station is in jeopardy.
The Cad and the Hat (2017)
Bart ruins Lisa's perfect day out of jealousy and becomes haunted by the manifestation of his guilty conscious. Homer is revealed to be a master chess player which helps him bond with his competitive dad.
Kamp Krustier (2017)
Bart and Lisa return home following a traumatic incident at Kamp Krusty, putting an end to Homer and Marge's sexual encounters.
22 for 30 (2017)
A mocumentary about how Bart became a star basketball player at Springfield Elementary only to fall prey to fame, his own ego and the schemes of mobster Fat Tony.
A Father's Watch (2017)
As Homer and Marge try a different parenting style on the hellraising Bart, Grampa gives him a special watch that becomes Bart's moral center. But Bart loses it and tries everything to get it back.
The Caper Chase (2017)
Mr. Burns opens his own for-profit university, hiring the completely unqualified Homer as a professor, only to lose him to a mad scientist.
Looking for Mr. Goodbart (2017)
Bart bonds with Skinner's mother over their mutual dislike of Skinner and realizes that he could make a bundle by befriending other lonely and disgruntled grandmothers of Springfield for money.
Moho House (2017)
Mr. Burns makes a bet with his old friend that nothing can break Homer and Marge apart. But that's where Moe comes in.
After a successful animal rights campaign, all dogs in Springfield are allowed to go where they want and do what they want. Pack mentality quickly kicks in and the dogs of Springfield assert their dominance by threatening the people.
The Serfsons (2017)
In a medieval world, Lisa is forced to use illegal magic when Marge's mother is turned into an Ice Walker.
Springfield Splendor (2017)
Lisa's sad experience is adapted into a graphic novel, which becomes a Broadway show.
Whistler's Father (2017)
Homer launches Maggie's baby-celebrity career with her whistling talent; Marge is hired to style Fat Tony's brothel.
Treehouse of Horror XXVIII (2017)
Maggie gets possessed by a demon; Lisa discovers a creepy/perfect version of her family in an alternative universe; Homer cannibalizes himself.
Grampy Can Ya Hear Me (2017)
Grampa gets a hearing aid and finally hears what everyone has been saying about him.
Singin' in the Lane (2017)
Homer gets his old bowling team back together and they wind up competing with arrogant millionaires.
Mr. Lisa's Opus (2017)
In the future, Lisa writes a college application essay to Harvard and recalls disappointing past birthdays that helped shape her.
Gone Boy (2017)
When Bart goes missing, the town puts together a search party to find him.
Haw-Haw Land (2018)
Lisa falls for a crooning jazz pianist named Brendan; Bart discovers he has an affinity for chemistry.
Frink Gets Testy (2018)
Mr. Burns builds a doomsday ark after he believes the world is ending; Professor Frink is tasked with determining who is worth saving.
Homer is Where the Art Isn't (2018)
Homer is accused of stealing a multimillion-dollar painting and only freelance insurance investigator Manacek can prove his innocence or guilt.
Fears of a Clown (2018)
Bart goes to prankster rehab after a clown-mask prank terrifies the town and ruins Krusty's career causing him to give up comedy and try serious drama.
No Good Read Goes Unpunished (2018)
Marge forces everyone to give up their electronics and go to the book store in an effort to bring the family together.
King Leer (2018)
Homer and Marge attempt to reunite Moe with his troubled family.
Lisa Gets the Blues (2018)
The Simpsons' flight to Gainesville gets re-routed to New Orleans, where Lisa must regain her confidence as a jazz musician.
Forgive and Regret (2018)
On his deathbed, Grampa makes a confession to Homer about the notes from Homer's mother that got lost when she left. This angers Homer to the point of refusing to reconcile with Abe after he miraculously recovers.
Left Behind (2018)
Homer gets Flanders a job at the power plant; Marge feels there's no spark left in their marriage.
Flanders' Ladder (2018)
When Bart falls into a coma after he is struck by lightning, he is visited by ghosts seeking closure.
Bart's Not Dead (2018)
Bart ends up in the hospital after taking a dare and lies about going to heaven to cover it up, but is forced to confess after Homer takes a deal with Christian producers to make a movie about the whole thing.
Heartbreak Hotel (2018)
Marge and Homer travel to a tropical island and go on Marge's favorite reality competition program to win a million dollars.
Treehouse of Horror XXIX (2018)
Homer wins an oyster-eating contest against the mythical Cthulhu, Springfield is overrun by plant body-snatchers, Lisa finally snaps and Mr. Burns opens a retirement home with some Jurassic upgrades.
Baby You Can't Drive My Car (2018)
A self-driving car company comes to Springfield, poaching all of the power plant employees with their fun work environment.
Werking Mom (2018)
In search of a job, Marge gets one selling plastic food storage containers - as a drag queen; Lisa tries to make the world better.
Krusty the Clown (2018)
Krusty hides out at a circus after he nearly kills Homer, who becomes a TV recapper and gives him a bad grade.
Daddicus Finch (2018)
Bart feels neglected when Homer and Lisa spend quality time together, so Marge attempts to help Homer balance attention between the kids.
'Tis the 30th Season (2018)
Marge is determined to fix Christmas following a failed Black Friday shopping spree, but Homer and the kids surprise her with a vacation in Florida.