Summary: This long-running animated comedy focuses on the eponymous family in the town of Springfield in an unnamed U.S. state. The head of the Simpson family, Homer, is not a typical family man. A nuclear-plant employee, he does his best to lead his family but often finds that they are leading him. The family includes loving, blue-haired matriarch Marge, troublemaking son Bart, overachieving daughter Lisa and baby Maggie. Other Springfield residents include the family's religious neighbor, Ned Flanders, family physician Dr. Hibbert, Moe the bartender and police chief Clancy Wiggum.
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S03, E01 (First Aired:
Homer is committed to a rest home and rooms with a man who believes himself to be Michael Jackson.
S03, E13 (First Aired:
After Bart fools everyone into believing a child has fallen down a well, Sting performs to help raise money to save him.
S06, E09 (First Aired:
Homer is accused of sexual harassment by a babysitter and the incident is made into a TV movie.
S07, E06 (First Aired:
Advertising statues attack Springfield; the school janitor terrorizes children in their sleep; Homer creates a black hole.
S10, E21 (First Aired:
When a new billionaire comes to town, Homer urges Mr. Burns to go on the radio with shock-jock Jerry Rude.
S12, E08 (First Aired:
Bart and the others lay siege to their elementary school when it doesn't shut down during a snow storm.
S16, E21 (First Aired:
When Bart is wrongfully expelled from school, he is sent to a parochial school where he befriends a hip priest named Father Sean (guest voice Liam Neeson).
S17, E12 (First Aired:
When Bart accidentally destroys Willie's shack with a game of solid-ice dodge ball, Marge takes in the homeless janitor.
S26, E22 (First Aired:
Lisa transforms Springfield Elementary into a Waldorf school; Groundskeeper Willie coaches the mathletes.
S03, E04 (First Aired:
Principal Skinner disappears shortly after Bart takes a part-time job working for a local mobster.
S03, E20 (First Aired:
Homer meets a would-be country singer (voice of Beverly D'Angelo) and decides he should manage her career.
S04, E07 (First Aired:
Marge finds herself fighting off Mr. Burns' advances when she gets a job at the power plant.
S04, E09 (First Aired:
Homer becomes a neighborhood hero when he buys a snowplow and clears his neighbors' driveways.
S06, E21 (First Aired:
When the faculty strikes at Bart's school, PTA member Marge becomes his teacher.
S07, E17 (First Aired:
Homer fills in for vacationing Smithers, forcing Mr. Burns to become independent.
S08, E05 (First Aired:
To pay for damaging their property, Bart agrees to do chores at a neighbor's house.
S08, E02 (First Aired:
Homer accepts a new job and moves the family to Cypress Creek, where the perfect setting soon turns sour.
S09, E21 (First Aired:
Lisa becomes the anchor of a kids news program and is irritated when Bart is made co-anchor.
S09, E09 (First Aired:
A bored Marge decides to try her hand at selling real estate and makes her first sale to the Flanderses.
S10, E09 (First Aired:
Homer, as the mayor's bodyguard, takes flak from Fat Tony after saving the lives of Quimby and actor Mark Hamill.
S11, E05 (First Aired:
Homer and Bart grow a highly addictive cross between tobacco and a tomato after moving to an old farm.
S11, E03 (First Aired:
Homer affects the way trendy people eat when he becomes a local food critic, until he starts giving restaurants bad reviews.
S12, E20 (First Aired:
Homer starts a daycare center in his home while recuperating from a knee injury.
S12, E10 (First Aired:
A softhearted Marge invites a recent parolee to move into the Simpson household.
S13, E03 (First Aired:
When Moe renovates his tavern, Homer opens a bar in his garage so that the old gang has a place to fit in.
S13, E22 (First Aired:
After Homer causes a blackout sending Springfield citizens on a looting rampage, he dons a badge to restore order.
S14, E15 (First Aired:
Homer and Lisa engineer a takeover at the nuclear power plant with Homer as the new CEO.
S15, E10 (First Aired:
Marge writes a novel, ``The Harpooned Heart,'' using Homer and Ned as inspiration for her characters; Homer gets the book-on-tape version read by Mary-Kate and Ashley Olsen.
S15, E19 (First Aired:
Homer confronts Springfield's evildoers in the form of his crime-fighting alter ego, the Pie Man.
S16, E07 (First Aired:
Homer refinances the house to save Moe's Tavern and Marge, to protect the investment, decides to take a hands-on role as Moe's partner.
S18, E19 (First Aired:
Maggie causes destruction in the house after Marge throws away her pacifier; Homer becomes a volunteer firefighter.
S18, E16 (First Aired:
A candle on Homer's birthday cake starts a fire; Homer joins the paparazzi after accidentally capturing a celebrity dating scandal in a photograph.
S18, E07 (First Aired:
When Homer loses his job at the plant, he takes over the ice cream truck business; Marge battles her depression by making sculptures from popsicle sticks.
S18, E10 (First Aired:
Homer and the kids take depressed Marge on a surprise trip to Barnacle Bay, only to find it a rundown mess.
S19, E07 (First Aired:
A friendly comic-book buff (guest voice Jack Black) treats Bart, Lisa and Milhouse like royalty; Marge launches a gym for ordinary women.
S19, E03 (First Aired:
Marge undergoes a counseling program that helps parents raise their children to be independent at an early age; Homer becomes a tow-truck driver.
S20, E01 (First Aired:
Homer is sent to jail after a brawl at the Springfield St. Patrick's Day parade; Marge unwittingly begins working at an erotic bakery.
S21, E05 (First Aired:
To raise money for charity, Marge and the Philanthro-Chicks decide to pose for a calendar, but Marge poses after drinking a lot of wine, and the pinups become the talk of the town.
S22, E20 (First Aired:
Homer opens his own hair salon after discovering he is a talented stylist; Milhouse professes his love for Lisa.
S23, E06 (First Aired:
Homer creates a team, including author Neil Gaiman, to write the next hit ``tween'' book; after receiving an advance copy of the work from his publisher, Homer learns there's more to the business than he imagined.
S23, E07 (First Aired:
The Simpsons host a party to promote Krusty's own brand of liquor; impressed with the party's sucess, Mr. Burns decides to promote Homer; Bart takes an interest in reading classic novels.
S25, E16 (First Aired:
When Lisa praises Homer's integrity, he is asked to be a World Cup referee; a slick gangster tests Homer's honesty.
S16, E04 (First Aired:
Marge meets up with a former high-school pal (guest voice Kim Cattrall) who is now a famous news anchor, and she wonders if she made the right life choice.
S17, E10 (First Aired:
Marge's rage against the new toll road system somehow leads to the discovery of a frozen mailman and his 40-year-old mail.
S18, E20 (First Aired:
After rescuing Homer when he is lost in a cornfield maze, Santa's Little Helper goes to police-dog academy.
S19, E10 (First Aired:
Homer destroys Springfield's fast-food district; Mayor Quimby decides to have an early election.
S20, E08 (First Aired:
Lisa fights to save Springfield's bee population when Mr. Burns' plans for a new sports arena endangers it.
S21, E19 (First Aired:
The Simpsons build a wind turbine in their backyard; Homer and Lisa try to help a whale beached by a storm.
S15, E11 (First Aired:
When the library runs short of books, Marge regales the kids with yarns about King Henry VIII, Sacagawea and Mozart.
S13, E08 (First Aired:
When Springfield gets the name ``fattest town on Earth,'' Marge puts the family on a diet.
S25, E13 (First Aired:
During a research trip, Lisa learns that Sideshow Bob is the chief scientist at a big chemical engineering company; Marge tries to teach a teen church group about healthy sexual practices.
S25, E06 (First Aired:
Lisa is dismayed to learn that her new friend is a Republican, and that they are running against each other for the post of second-grade representative.