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"Treehouse of Horror XXVII" features Mr. Burns organizing a Hunger Games-style contest pitting Springfield children against each other and Lisa's imaginary best friend killing Lisa's real friends in a fit of jealousy, while Moe recruits Bart to take Homer' (more…)
Bart transitions from class troublemaker to star basketball player at Springfield Elementary, while Lisa chronicles his success for the school paper and Homer takes over as team coach. But things take a bad bounce when Bart gets involved with the mafia. Th (more…)
Jane Kaczmarek, skateboarder Tony Hawk and Blink 182 are guest voices in the 300th episode as Bart divorces his parents after learning that Homer put him in an embarrassing commercial as a baby and then spent all the residuals. Nancy Cartwright, Dan Castel (more…)
Marisa Tomei plays a movie star who falls for Flanders enough to move to Springfield when he disdains going Hollywood. Cameos: producer-director James L. Brooks, author Helen Fielding (“Bridget Jones's Diary”). Tress MacNeille, Harry Shearer, Dan Caste (more…)
After David Byrne turns Homer's anti-Flanders song into a monster hit, the family vacations at a dude ranch, where Lisa falls in love with a wrangler (Jonathan Taylor Thomas), and Homer and Bart rescue Native Americans from beavers. Tress MacNeille, Karl W (more…)
When Marge suffers stress-related hair loss, the Simpsons hire nanny Shary Bobbins, who speaks in song and inspires others to do so. But the Simpsons may prove too much for her. Voices: Maggie Roswell, Hank Azaria, Julie Kavner.
Flashbacks follow Marge and Homer back to their dating days, when she was a college student and he was working for his father to support her. Then Marge becomes smitten with a professor, so a sorrowful Homer turns to music---and invents grunge. Kurt Loder (more…)
In the 22nd-season premiere, Lisa goes to a performing-arts camp, which sparks her creative fire. Lea Michele, Cory Monteith and Amber Riley from "Glee" lend their voices to Lisa's fellow campers, while Jemaine Clement and Bret McKenzie ("Flight of the Con (more…)
In the Season 23 finale, Lisa tries to boost her popularity by ghostwriting positive things about herself on the school blog. The effort fails miserably—until a psychic force tells Lady Gaga (who provides her own voice) that Lisa needs her help.