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Mr. Burns tries to kill Grampa Simpson to seize a treasure the two found during World War II as members of the "Flying Hellfish" battalion. Voices: Nancy Cartwright, Harry Shearer, Dan Castellaneta, Julie Kavner, Hank Azaria.
Isabella Rossellini plays a gallery owner who sees art in the concrete mess that results from Homer's attempt at building a barbeque. After the piece sells, she arranges a one-man show. Pop artist Jasper Johns has a voice cameo.
Prime Minister Tony Blair, Sir Ian McKellen and J.K. Rowling have cameos as the Simpsons visit London and Homer collides with the queen. Jane Leeves plays Grandpa's wartime romance. Harry Shearer, Dan Castellaneta, Tress MacNeille.
Homer is fired and decides to buy an ice-cream truck. Marge makes use of the mountains of Popsicle sticks from Homer's ice-cream consumption by creating sculptures of Springfield citizens with them, leading to a feature about her on the news. The episode f (more…)
Broadway legend Laney Fontaine beats Homer for $5,000 at poker, and to square the bet, Homer must loan Lisa to Laney for a month. When Laney turns Lisa into a show-biz star, Marge and Homer feel they may have been too hasty in letting her go, and head to t (more…)
Lisa searches an abandoned asylum and a restaurant that caters to men in an effort to restore the damaged reputation of Springfield's first female inventor. While at the asylum, Bart steals a notebook belonging to a homicidal patient and passes it off as h (more…)
Bart's coming-of-age chronicle, told ala the big-screen hit "Boyhood," follows him from a 6-year-old to his maturing into an accomplished young man. Along the way, there are glimpses of how his father and sister impacted him more than he could ever realize (more…)
A photo Marge posts on social media gets Homer fired, so he goes back to his all-time favorite job, dishwasher at a Greek restaurant. The post also inspires Lisa, who develops an app that captures the real-life consequences of anything one posts online.
Bart is captivated by the new teacher at Springfield Elementary, and goes all-out to win her over. Meanwhile, Homer buys a new brand of "milk" that causes early puberty, which for Bart means stepping up his wooing game, while Lisa deals with a slight case (more…)
Sanjay turns over the Kwik-E-Mart to his son, Jay, who goes against tradition, modernizes the store and makes it a cool health-food market. Bart, who has given up pranking, is enlisted to return to his playful ways and bring down the new establishment.
Bart accidentally deposits a homeless woman's cart into the river, and to make amends, he lets her move into his closet for a slight fee, and when Lisa discovers her there, she finds out the lady is a wonderful folk singer, but that she has some violence a (more…)
Lisa wants to be a veterinarian after she performs CPR on a raccoon, but learns a tough lesson when the neglected class hamster dies. Elsewhere: Marge moonlights as a crime scene cleaner to make extra money, but the gory scenes impact her too much.
Smithers is upset with Mr. Burns' lack of affection towards him, so Homer plays matchmaker and tries to find him a boyfriend. Meanwhile, Bart maneuvers the removal of the lead in the school production of "Casablanca," leaving Milhouse as a subpar understud (more…)
After a mother-daughter spat, Marge takes Lisa to Capital City, where, after they enjoy a musical, the show's star sings Marge's praises to remind Lisa how lucky she is to have such a special mom. Meanwhile, Bart is bummed that everyone expects him to be t (more…)
Homer takes a stab at improv comedy to regain his confidence and improve his public-speaking skills after messing up a speech in work; and Marge rebuilds Bart's shoddy treehouse, but he throws a wrench into the project when he questions her construction ab (more…)
Marge goes to prison for letting Bart go to the park unsupervised and finds being locked up a welcome diversion from her duties as a wife and mother. While she's away, Homer handles the domestic and parental responsibilities, but not too well.