Simpsons Roasting on an Open Fire
Homer decides to gamble on a "hunch" at the dog track when his annual Christmas bonus is canceled.
Bart The Genius
Bart is believed to be a genius after he switches I.Q. tests with brainy Martin Prince.
Fired from his job at the Nuclear Power Plant, Homer decides to embark on a campaign to make all of Springfield safer.
There's No Disgrace Like Home
After attending the annual company picnic, Homer becomes jealous of fellow employees with 'normal' families. He decides to enlist the aid of psychologist Marvin Monroe to treat his wife and children.
Bart the General
Grandpa Simpson aids Bart in his war against a school bully and his gang.
Lisa befriends a saxophone player when she develops a case of the blues.
The Call of the Simpsons
Homer is mistaken for Bigfoot when he takes his family on a trip into the wilderness in their new camper.
The Telltale Head
Bart attempts to impress his new friends by vandalizing a statue of the town's founding father, Jebediah Springfield.
Life on the Fast Lane
Marge contemplates having an affair with a local womanizer after Homer selfishly buys her a bowling ball for her birthday.
Homer's Night Out
Bart photographs Homer with belly-dancer Princess Kashmir. Marge will only forgive her husband when he proves to Bart that all women are not merely sexual objects.
The Crepes of Wrath
To Homer's delight, Bart is sent to France for the summer as part of a student exchange program.
Krusty Gets Busted
When Homer positively identifies Krusty the Clown as an armed robber, Bart attempts to clear his idol's name.
Some Enchanted Evening
Marge and Homer unwittingly leave their children in the care of a villainous babysitter when they attempt to rekindle their marriage.
Bart Gets an F
Bart must pass a critical history test or he will be held back a grade.
Simpson and Delilah
Homer's life changes dramatically when he purchases a miracle hair growth formula.
Treehouse of Horror
The Simpsons tell three bloodcurdling tales of horror on Halloween night.
Two Cars in Every Garage and Three Eyes on Every Fish
Homer supports Mr. Burns in his bid for governor, but Marge remains loyal to Burns's political opposition.
Homer becomes the official mascot for a major league baseball team.
Dead Putting Society
Homer and Ned Flanders pressure their sons to win a miniature golf championship.
Bart vs. Thanksgiving
Bart learns the true meaning of Thanksgiving when he runs away from home after having an argument with Lisa.
Bart the Daredevil
Bart is determined to leap a gorge on his skateboard after witnessing the death defying stunts of a real daredevil.
Itchy and Scratchy and Marge
Marge initiates a protest movement against gratuitous violence on television when Maggie begins acting aggressively after viewing Itchy and Scratchy cartoons. Presented by FXX.
Bart Gets Hit by a Car
When Mr. Burns hits Bart with his car, Homer is enticed by a disreputable lawyer to sue him.
One Fish, Two Fish, Blowfish, Blue Fish
Homer believes he has only twenty-four hours to live after he eats an improperly prepared blowfish.
The Way We Was
Marge recounts to her children how she and Homer first met and fell in love.
Homer vs. Lisa and the 8th Commandment
Lisa disapproves when Homer has cable television installed illegally into their home.
Homer arranges a date between Principal Skinner and Marge's sister, Selma.
Oh Brother, Where Art Thou?
Homer locates his long lost half brother Herb and discovers that he is rich. Presented by FXX.
Bart's Dog Gets an F
Bart must help train Santa's Little Helper to pass an obedience course or Homer will give the dog away.
Grampa Simpson falls in love... and inherits a fortune.
Brush with Greatness
Marge renews her interest in becoming an artist after Homer finds an old painting of Ringo Starr in the attic. Mr. Burns commissions Marge to paint a portrait of him. Presented by FXX.
Lisa develops a crush on her substitute teacher, Mr. Bergstrom. Bergstrom tells Homer he must learn to act as a positive role model for his daughter.
The War of the Simpsons
Marge insists Homer accompany her for a weekend of marriage counseling at a wooded retreat, but Homer takes advantage of the location to attempt to catch a legendary catfish.
Three Men and a Comic Book
Bart and his friends pool their money to purchase the first issue of "Radioactive Man" comics, but then cannot decide who gets to keep it.
Homer expects a generous gift in return when he donates Bart's blood to an ailing Mr. Burns.
Mr. Lisa Goes to Washington
The Simpsons travel to the Nation's Capitol when Lisa becomes a semifinalist in an essay contest on patriotism.
When Flanders Failed
Ned Flanders opens a store for left-handed people and Homer is overjoyed when it performs poorly.
Bart the Murderer
Bart fraternizes with a gang of mobsters and becomes the prime suspect when Principal Skinner mysteriously disappears.
Homer becomes a hero when he averts a catastrophe at the power plant, but what is perceived as his skill of being a quick thinker is actually dumb luck.
Like Father, Like Clown
Bart and Lisa scheme to reunite Krusty the Clown with his father, Rabbi Krustofsky, who disowned him for not carrying on the family tradition.
Treehouse of Horror II
The Simpsons eat too much candy on Halloween and experience nightmarish tales of horror while they sleep.
Homer realizes that he never shows Lisa the attention she deserves and buys her a pony.
Saturdays of Thunder
Realizing he has not been a good father to Bart, Homer aids his son in building a soap box racer.
Homer gives Moe the recipe for a unique alcoholic drink, and when it turns into a sensation, Moe takes credit, and the profits, from its success.
Burns Verkaufen der Kraftwerk
Homer is fired from his job when a German firm buys the power plant from Mr. Burns.
I Married Marge
When Marge believes she may be pregnant, Homer recounts how Bart was born.
Using his Superstar Celebrity microphone, Bart tricks all of Springfield into believing that a child has fallen down a well. But when he falls into the same well, Bart cannot get anyone to save him.
Lisa the Greek
Lisa accurately predicts the winners of sporting events that Homer gambles on so she can be closer to her father.
When Marge reaches the breaking point, she leaves for a much needed vacation, leaving the rest of the family to realize how much she does for them.
Bart the Lover
When Bart discovers that his divorced teacher, Mrs. Krabappel, has placed a "personals" ad in the local newspaper, he decides to create fake correspondence.
Homer at the Bat
Mr. Burns bets one million dollars that his power plant's softball team will win the championship, then hires professional baseball players to be members of the team.
Bart finds new respect for the law and Lisa hangs out with the wrong crowd after they both take career aptitude tests.
Dog of Death
The Simpsons must choose between frills and their dog when Santa's Little Helper needs an expensive operation to save its life.
Homer becomes the manager of a beautiful Country Western singer.
To Bart's horror, Selma announces that her husband-to-be is none other than Sideshow Bob.
The Otto Show
Bart attends a Spinal Tap concert. Otto loses his job driving the school bus and moves in with the Simpsons.
Bart's Friend Falls in Love
Bart becomes jealous when Milhouse falls for a girl who transferred to their school.
Brother, Can You Spare Two Dimes?
Herb Powell asks his brother Homer to let him borrow $2000 to develop a new invention: a translator of baby gibberish.
Bart and Lisa are horrified when their summer at Kamp Krusty turns into a nightmare.
A Streetcar Named Marge
When Marge lands the role of Blanche in a local production of "A Streetcar Named Desire," Homer cannot hide his disinterest.
Homer the Heretic
Homer creates his own religion as a means of escaping church services on Sundays.
Lisa the Beauty Queen
Homer enters Lisa in a beauty pageant when her self-esteem plummets.
Treehouse of Horror III
During a Halloween party, the Simpsons tell three horrifying tales of the macabre.
Itchy and Scratchy: The Movie
Homer forbids his son from seeing a new movie about his favorite cartoon heroes as punishment for misbehaving.
Marge Gets a Job
When the foundation to the Simpsons' house is need of an expensive repair, Marge takes a position at the power plant where Homer works.
New Kid on the Block
Bart falls in love with the girl who moves in next door, only to find that she prefers the school bully.
Homer and Barney vie for Springfield's lucrative snow plowing business.
Lisa's First Word
Marge recounts how Lisa first spoke as the family awaits baby Maggie's first word.
Homer's Triple Bypass
Homer suffers a heart attack and hires Dr. Nick Riviera to perform a delicate triple bypass operation.
Marge vs. the Monorail
An unscrupulous profiteer sells the people of Springfield on a defective monorail system, with Homer as the conductor.
Selma decides to take her dead aunt's advice and have children before it is too late.
Brother from the Same Planet
Bart tires of Homer's lack of interest in him and chooses another father from the Bigger Brother program. Lisa struggles to kick the habit of dialing a 900 number.
I Love Lisa
Lisa feels pity for Ralph, a nerdy classmate, and gives him a card on Valentine's Day. But to her horror, Ralph develops a crush on her.
Marge convinces Homer he may have a drinking problem. Lisa plots to humiliate Bart with her science project after he ruins an experiment.
Last Exit to Springfield
Homer is elected union leader at the power plant and tries to save the dental plan so he will not have to pay for Lisa's new braces. Presented by FXX.
So It's Come to This: A Simpsons Clip Show
Family and friends reminisce about Homer's life after Bart's April Fools' Day prank sends him to the hospital.
Using Grandpa as a front, Lisa and Bart write their own "Itchy and Scratchy" cartoons.
Lisa seeks to end a local holiday in which snakes are chased into town and beaten with sticks. Bart is expelled from school by Principal Skinner.
Marge in Chains
Marge is jailed when she is convicted of stealing from Apu's convenience store.
Krusty Gets Kancelled
Bart, Lisa and a group of celebrities help Krusty turn his career around after his television show is canceled.
Homer's Barbershop Quartet
Homer recounts his phenomenal rise to superstardom as a member of the barbershop quartet, The Be Sharps.
Sideshow Bob terrorizes Bart after he is paroled from prison.
Homer Goes to College
Homer enrolls in a nuclear physics class at Springfield University and convinces three nerdy classmates to help him pull off a prank.
The Simpsons find Mr. Burns' long-lost childhood teddy bear.
Treehouse of Horror IV
In a ghoulish gallery, Bart hosts three bloodcurdling tales of Halloween horror.
Marge on the Lam
Marge joins divorcee Ruth Powers for a wild night on the town, only to discover that her friend is driving a stolen vehicle.
Bart's Inner Child
The host of a self-help workshop convinces the people of Springfield they should emulate Bart's uninhibited personality.
Boy-Scoutz 'N the Hood
Bart inadvertently joins the Junior Campers, and during a rafting trip, he becomes lost at sea with Homer and Ned Flanders.
The Last Temptation of Homer
Homer is attracted to a sexy co-worker with a personality identical to his own.
$pringfield (Or, How I Learned to Stop Worrying and Love Legalized Gambling)
Marge becomes addicted to playing slot machines after the town of Springfield legalizes gambling.
Homer the Vigilante
Homer takes the law into his own hands after Springfield is victimized by a cat burglar.
Bart Gets Famous
Bart becomes an instant celebrity after he ad-libs a line during a sketch on the "Krusty the Klown Show."
Homer and Apu
Apu offers the Simpsons his services as valet after he is fired from the Kwik-E-Mart for selling rancid meat.
Lisa vs. Malibu Stacy
Lisa manufactures her own talking doll for little girls.
Deep Space Homer
NASA scientists train Homer to become the first average American in space, with near disastrous results.
Homer Loves Flanders
Flanders is horrified to discover he has become Homer's best friend.
Bart Gets an Elephant
Bart wins a full grown African elephant as part of a radio contest.
Mr. Burns chooses Bart as the heir to his vast fortune.
Sweet Seymour Skinner's Baadasssss Song
Bart suffers enormous guilt after Skinner is fired from his job as school principal.
The Boy Who Knew Too Much
Only Bart can clear Mayor Quimby's nephew of an assault charge, but he fears that identifying himself as a witness will mean expulsion for skipping class.
Lady Bouvier's Lover
Grampa and Mr. Burns vie for Mrs. Bouvier's hand in marriage. Bart purchases a worthless Itchy and Scratchy animation cell.
Secrets of a Successful Marriage
Marge kicks Homer out of the house after she discovers that he revealed her personal secrets to an adult education class.
Bart of Darkness
Bart believes he witnessed Ned Flanders murder his wife. Lisa's popularity soars after her family buys a swimming pool during a heat wave.
Lisa becomes jealous when she meets a new student who is even more intelligent than herself. Homer acquires a truckload of white sugar, thinking it will net him a fortune.
Another Simpsons Clip Show
When Marge suspects that romance has gone out of her life, her family recalls romantic encounters from their past.
Itchy and Scratchy Land
The Simpsons visit a theme park based on the gratuitously violent Itchy and Scratchy cartoons.
Sideshow Bob Roberts
Sideshow Bob runs for political office after Mayor Quimby pardons him from prison.
Treehouse of Horror V
The Simpsons spin three tales of Halloween horror.
Bart falls in love with Reverend Lovejoy's beautiful daughter, only to discover that she is more of a hellion than he is.
Lisa on Ice
Lisa joins a hockey team and finds herself pitted against Bart in a critical game.
Homer is wrongly accused of committing sexual harassment.
Grampa vs. Sexual Inadequacy
While selling a homemade tonic guaranteed to increase sexual desire in men, Grampa reveals that Homer's conception was accidental.
Fear of Flying
Marge seeks professional help from a psychiatrist after realizing she is afraid to fly.
Homer the Great
Homer's popularity skyrockets when he is chosen as the leader of a secret organization.
And Maggie Makes Three
Homer recounts how Maggie's accidental birth changed his life forever.
Bart discovers a comet that is on a collision course with Springfield.
Homie the Clown
Homer enrolls in a clown college franchised by Krusty the Clown.
Bart vs. Australia
Bart must apologize to the country of Australia after he tricks a boy from down under into accepting an expensive collect call.
Homer vs. Patty and Selma
Homer is forced to borrow money from Patty and Selma after he wipes out the family's savings by investing in pumpkins.
A Star Is Burns
Homer grows jealous after Marge asks critic Jay Sherman to co-judge Springfield's film festival.
A fortune teller describes how a genteel Englishman will ask for Lisa's hand in marriage in the year 2010.
Two Dozen and One Greyhounds
Bart and Lisa attempt to rescue 25 greyhound puppies from Mr. Burns, who wants to use their hides for a new tuxedo.
The PTA Disbands
Bart masterminds a teacher's strike, but is humiliated when Marge takes charge of his class.
Lisa is saddened by the death of blues great Bleeding Gums Murphy. Bart ingests a piece of jagged metal while eating Krusty-O cereal.
The Springfield Connection
Marge joins the police force.
Lemon of Troy
Bart and his friends march on Shelbyville when Springfield's lemon tree is stolen by a gang of children from across the border.
Who Shot Mr. Burns? (Part One)
Just about everyone in Springfield vows to kill Mr. Burns after he cheats the elementary school out of a newly discovered oil well and threatens to block out the sun.
Who Shot Mr. Burns? (Part Two)
Lisa aids police with the investigation of the Burns shooting.
Hollywood producers cast Milhouse in a motion picture based on the popular "Radioactive Man" comic books.
Home Sweet Homediddly-Dum-Doodily
The Flanders gain custody of the Simpson children after welfare workers accuse Homer and Marge of being negligent parents.
Bart Sells His Soul
Bart sells his soul to Milhouse for five dollars. Moe transforms his bar into a family restaurant.
Lisa the Vegetarian
Lisa turns vegetarian after her family visits a petting zoo.
Treehouse of Horror VI
The Simpsons appear in three horrifying Halloween tales.
Homer intentionally gains weight so he can qualify for disability and work at home.
After Homer fakes his own death, his long-thought-deceased mother arrives in Springfield to pay her last respects.
Sideshow Bob's Last Gleaming
Sideshow Bob threatens to detonate a nuclear bomb unless television is abolished.
The Simpsons 138th Episode Spectacular
Troy McClure hosts this special 138th episode, which includes the first-ever cartoon shorts, trivia questions, and never-before-seen footage.
Marge Be Not Proud
As Christmas approaches, Marge treats Bart like an adult after he is caught shoplifting.
Homer reluctantly accepts Mr. Burns into his new bowling league. Bart causes a student riot by wearing a Mad magazine iron-on prompting Skinner to implement a school dress code.
Two Bad Neighbors
Former President George Bush and his wife Barbara buy a house across the street from the Simpsons.
Scenes from the Class Struggle in Springfield
The Simpsons apply for membership at a posh country club.
Bart the Fink
Krusty is arrested for massive tax fraud after Bart inadvertently exposes his hero's illegal bank account.
Lisa the Iconoclast
Lisa discovers that Jebediah Springfield was a vicious pirate. Homer wins the coveted role of town crier in an upcoming parade.
Homer the Smithers
Homer acts as Mr. Burns' assistant while Smithers is away on vacation.
The Day the Violence Died
Bart and Lisa come to the aid of a down-and-out man who claims to have invented the concept of cartoon violence.
A Fish Called Selma
Troy McClure stages a Hollywood comeback when he begins dating Selma.
Bart on the Road
Using a fake driver's license, Bart rents a car and embarks on a Spring Break road trip with his friends. A special bond develops between Lisa and Homer after Skinner invents Go To Work With Your Parents Day.
22 Short Films About Springfield
The lives of Springfield residents are highlighted in a series of interconnecting vignettes.
Raging Abe Simpson and His Grumbling Grandson in 'The Curse of the Flying Hellfish'
Grampa and Mr. Burns, the last surviving members of a World War II army unit, vie for a priceless collection of rare art hidden in a secret location.
Much Apu About Nothing
Apu faces deportation when a referendum on illegal immigrants is placed on the Springfield ballot.
Homer is hired to perform in a rock festival.
Summer of 4 Ft. 2
While on summer vacation with her family, Lisa sheds her nerdy image in an effort to make new friends.
Treehouse of Horror VII
The Simpsons appear in three tales of terror: Bart discovers an evil twin brother living in the attic; Lisa creates a microscopic society; and space aliens transform themselves into Clinton and Dole look-alikes.
You Only Move Twice
The Simpsons relocate to another community after Homer unwittingly takes a job with a company controlled by a super-villain.
The Homer They Fall
Homer becomes a professional boxer when doctors discover he was born with a unique genetic condition that protects his brain from injury.
Burns, Baby Burns
With Homer's help, Mr. Burns' long-lost son stages his own kidnapping.
Bart After Dark
While Marge is out of town, Homer allows Bart to work at a burlesque house.
A Milhouse Divided
When Milhouse's parents get a divorce, Homer grows convinced that his own marriage is in jeopardy.
Lisa's Date with Density
Lisa develops a crush on bully Nelson Muntz. Homer uses an automatic telephone dialer for an electronic panhandling scheme.
Ned Flanders suffers a breakdown after his home is destroyed by a hurricane.
El Viaje Misterioso de Nuestro Jomer (The Mysterious Voyage of Homer)
After ingesting several Guatemalan peppers during chili cook-off, Homer experiences hallucinatory visions that inspire him to find his true soul mate in life.
The Springfield Files
X-Files Agents Mulder and Scully investigate Homer's encounter with an alleged extraterrestrial.
The Twisted World of Marge Simpson
After being expelled from an investment club, Marge starts her own pretzel franchise. Presented by FXX.
Mountain of Madness
Homer and Mr. Burns are buried beneath an avalanche during a survival trek in the mountains. Presented by FXX.
The Simpsons hire a Mary Poppins-like nanny when Marge becomes overwhelmed by the demands of being a housewife. Presented by FXX.
The Itchy and Scratchy and Poochie Show
When ratings for Itchy & Scratchy cartoons plummet, a studio committee creates a new, hipper character and hires Homer to provide the voice. Presented by FXX.
Homer grows homophobic after he realizes the family's new friend is gay. Presented by FXX.
Brother from Another Series
Bart fears the worst when Sideshow Bob wins release from prison by claiming he is a reformed man and is hired by his brother to work on a construction project.
My Sister, My Sitter
Homer and Marge allow Lisa to baby-sit Bart.
Homer vs. the Eighteenth Amendment
Homer turns bootlegger when Springfield enforces an antiquated prohibition law. Presented by FXX.
Grade School Confidential
Bart exposes Skinner and Krabappel's clandestine affair.
The Canine Mutiny
Bart gives away Santa's Little Helper so he can keep a fully trained, blue ribbon Collie.
The Old Man and the Lisa
Lisa helps Mr. Burns build a recycling center after a series of bad investments costs the multimillionaire his fortune.
In Marge We Trust
Marge becomes a church volunteer. Homer discovers his image printed on a box of Japanese dish detergent.
A resentful, hard-working employee at the power plant makes Homer his enemy. Bart purchases an abandoned factory for one dollar at a government auction.
The Simpsons Spin-Off Showcase
Troy McClure hosts three spin-offs from "The Simpsons" television show.
The Secret War of Lisa Simpson
Cadets give Lisa the "silent treatment" when she enrolls in an all-male military academy. Presented by FXX.
The City of New York vs. Homer Simpson
The Simpsons journey to New York City to retrieve the family car.
The Principal and the Pauper
A stranger claims that Principal Skinner is an impostor.
Homer and Marge recount how Lisa got her saxophone.
Treehouse of Horror VIII
Homer battles killer mutants after Springfield is destroyed by a nuclear blast; a matter- transportation device melds Bart with a housefly; in Colonial times, Marge is accused of being a witch.
The Cartridge Family
Homer purchases a handgun to protect his family.
Homer becomes coach of the Springfield Pee Wee Football team and appoints Bart as starting quarterback.
The Two Mrs. Nahasapeemapetilons
In an effort to annul an arranged marriage, Apu tells his mother he wed Marge.
Lisa the Skeptic
Townspeople believe Lisa has unearthed the fossilized remains of an angel.
Marge gets a job with a realty firm, but her honesty costs her lucrative sales. Homer purchases a 60s hot-rod convertible at a police auction.
Miracle on Evergreen Terrace
People throughout Springfield open their hearts and wallets after Bart claims the family's Christmas presents were stolen by a burglar.
All Singing, All Dancing
The Simpsons recall their many musical moments from seasons past.
A carnival worker and his son move in with the Simpsons after Homer costs them their jobs.
The Joy of Sect
Marge tries her hand at deprogramming after her family is brainwashed by a religious cult.
Bart, Lisa and their classmates fight for survival when they become stranded on a remote island. Homer starts his own business on the Internet.
The Last Temptation of Krust
Krusty shuns his old routines in favor of edgier material and suddenly becomes the hottest comic in show business.
When Moe goes broke romancing his new love, he enlists Homer in a scheme to collect on an insurance policy.
Lisa the Simpson
Lisa fears she is genetically predisposed to lose her intelligence. Apu uses a frozen Jasper as a tourist attraction.
This Little Wiggy
Bart is appalled when Marge pairs him with Ralph Wiggum.
Homer becomes the captain of a Navy submarine. Bart gets his ear pierced.
The Trouble with Trillions
When a tax audit lands him in hot water, Homer goes undercover for the government and attempts to retrieve a trillion dollar note from Mr. Burns.
Bart attempts to upstage Lisa when the pair co-host a children's news program. Homer obtains a helper monkey.
Trash of the Titans
Homer enters the race for Sanitation Commissioner after garbage men refuse to collect his trash.
King of the Hill
After improving his physique, Homer attempts to climb a treacherous mountain. Presented by FXX.
Lost Our Lisa
Lisa gets lost in an unfamiliar part of town while searching for a museum. Bart adheres novelties to his face only to discover they cannot be removed. Presented by FXX.
Natural Born Kissers
Homer and Marge discover the secret to reigniting their sex life. Bart and Lisa hunt for hidden treasure using Grampa's old mine sweeper. Presented by FXX.
Lard of the Dance
Homer thinks he can net a fortune by recycling grease. Lisa helps organize a school dance.
The Wizard of Evergreen Terrace
After realizing half his life is over, Homer decides to become the next Thomas Edison. Presented by FXX.
Bart the Mother
Bart tends to a nest filled with eggs after he inadvertently kills a bird with a BB gun. Presented by FXX.
Treehouse of Horror IX
An evil toupee possesses Homer; Bart and Lisa find themselves trapped inside an Itchy & Scratchy cartoon; baby Maggie turns out to be the daughter of a space alien. Presented by FXX.
When You Dish Upon a Star
Homer befriends a group of Hollywood celebrities vacationing in a remote part of town and promises to keep their whereabouts a secret. Presented by FXX.
D'oh-in' in the Wind
Homer embraces his newly discovered hippie heritage. Presented by FXX.
Lisa Gets an 'A'
Lisa suffers a guilty conscience after she cheats on an exam. Homer believes he will save a fortune by raising his own lobster. Presented by FXX.
Homer Simpson in: 'Kidney Trouble'
Homer offers to donate one of his kidneys to Grampa until he realizes the surgery will place his own life in jeopardy. Presented by FXX.
Mayored to the Mob
Homer takes on the mob when he acts as Mayor Quimby's bodyguard. Presented by FXX.
Viva Ned Flanders
Homer shows Flanders how to enjoy life by taking him to Las Vegas. Presented by FXX.
Wild Barts Can't Be Broken
The children of Springfield rebel after Wiggum enforces a curfew. Presented by FXX.
Sunday, Cruddy Sunday
Homer and his friends eagerly anticipate attending the Super Bowl until a ticketing snafu threatens to keep them from seeing the game. Presented by FXX.
Homer to the Max
Homer changes his name when a dimwitted television show character named "Homer Simpson" becomes an overnight sensation. Presented by FXX.
I'm with Cupid
Apu showers his wife with Valentine's Day surprises making men throughout Springfield look like cheapskates. Presented by FXX.
Marge Simpson in: 'Screaming Yellow Honkers'
Marge discovers the pleasures of driving a sport utility vehicle until aggressive highway habits cost her. Presented by FXX.
Make Room for Lisa
Lisa exhibits signs of stress when she is forced into sharing her brother's bedroom. Marge becomes addicted to eavesdropping on cellular phone conversations. Presented by FXX.
Homer and Bart attempt to deliver a dead trucker's cargo on schedule. Meanwhile, Marge decides to have an adventure of her own and purchases a new doorbell. Presented by FXX.
Simpsons Bible Stories
While listening to one of Reverend Lovejoy's sermons on a sweltering Easter Sunday morning, the Simpsons fall asleep and envision themselves as characters from the Bible.
Mom and Pop Art
Homer pursues a career as an artist when his misshapen barbecue pit attracts the attention of a gallery.
The Old Man and the 'C' Student
Bart must perform community service at Grampa's retirement home.
Monty Can't Buy Me Love
Mr. Burns attempts to win adoration by transporting the Loch Ness monster to Springfield.
They Saved Lisa's Brain
Lisa is invited to join Mensa; Homer receives a free erotic photo session.
Thirty Minutes Over Tokyo
The Simpsons board a mega-saver flight for Tokyo, only to find themselves trapped overseas when they run out of money.
Studio executives panic when actor Mel Gibson taps Homer to help him retool his latest film.
Brother's Little Helper
Bart is diagnosed with Attention Deficit Disorder and placed on medication that quells his disruptive behavior.
Guess Who's Coming to Criticize Dinner
Homer becomes the Springfield Shopper's new food critic, but raises the ire of restaurateurs by panning their cooking.
Treehouse of Horror X
Homer's Y2K error plunges the Earth into chaos; Bart and Lisa become superheroes and attempt to save Lucy Lawless from a super-villain; someone terrorizes the family after Marge kills Ned Flanders.
The Simpsons relocate to a farm, where Homer produces a tomato that is highly addictive.
Hello Gutter, Hello Fadder
Homer becomes an instant celebrity when he bowls a perfect game. But when his fame fades away, he lavishes his time on baby Maggie.
Apu is driven to the brink when his wife, Manjula, gives birth to octuplets.
Take My Wife, Sleaze
Homer wins a vintage motorcycle during a dance contest - and attracts the attention of Hell's Satans when he forms his own gang.
Grift of the Magi
As the Christmas holiday approaches... Springfield Elementary closes its doors for financial reasons, only to reopen when a mysterious organization steps in to help. Presented by FXX.
Little Big Mom
Lisa becomes mother-of-the-house when Marge is hospitalized with a broken leg.
Bart believes he has the power to heal the sick.
The Mansion Family
The Simpsons care for Burns' mansion when the billionaire leaves town for a medical exam.
When Homer and Bart transform a loser racehorse into a champion, rival jockeys threaten revenge.
Alone Again Natura-Diddily
Homer attempts to help when Flanders experiences a tragic loss.
Homer is forced to become a missionary on a remote island after he pledges a large sum of money to PBS.
Moe undergoes plastic surgery and becomes a hot new soap opera star.
Bart to the Future
A Native American casino manager shows Bart a glimpse into the future... a time when Bart is an over-the-hill moocher and Lisa is President of the United States.