Moe's beloved bar rag, loomed as an ornate medieval tapestry, recounts its millennium-spanning life story. And when the rag goes missing, the supposedly friendless Moe realizes that he has more friends than he thought. Meanwhile, Bart begs Milhouse for for (more…)
A trip to the manicurist for Marge and Lisa sparks flights of fancy about Queen Elizabeth, Snow White, Lady Macbeth and the idealistic architect from Ayn Rand's "The Fountainhead," starring Maggie (voice of Jodie Foster).
The family's biblical dreams include Homer and Marge as Adam and Eve, with Flanders as God; Milhouse as Moses; and Bart as David battling Goliath's son (“this time, it's personal”). Voices include Julie Kavner, Dan Castellaneta.
Lisa learns that Marge was once a good student whose grades slipped when she became distracted, and Lisa fears she'll meet the same fate. So Marge makes a deal to allow Lisa to attend her dream school, and Lisa learns a lesson about family and altruism. Me (more…)
Homer decides to cash in on the "tween lit" craze and forms a team to group write a novel. He enlists fantasy novelist Neil Gaiman (providing his own voice) for the effort, but then must navigate treacherous industry shoals at the Springfield Book Fair. An (more…)
It's more than Marge can swallow when she learns Lisa is dating a budding competitive eater, so she recruits Homer to give Lisa a taste of what other romantic options she has. Meanwhile, Bart helps an escaped convict out of a jam and is showered with gifts (more…)
Maggie is among the babies who riot at a kiddie concert, prompting a backlash by single childless citizens, who organize against kids and families. Hank Azaria, Tress MacNeille, Julie Kavner.
Homer gets a new assistant at work (voice of Jane Lynch), who quickly replaces him. She turns out to have a sinister past. Meanwhile, Bart's science-fair project , a mechanical seal, outclasses Lisa's and proves to be a hit at the retirement home.
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…)
Marge is cast in a version of "A Streetcar Named Desire," playing Blanche to Ned Flanders' Stanley. Jon Lovitz provides the voice for director Llewelyn Sinclair. Other voices: Julie Kavner, Phil Hartman, Dan Castellaneta, Harry Shearer, Yeardley Smith, Nan (more…)
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