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Homer's behavior once again lands him in hot water with Marge and he needs to fathom a way to save his marriage, while a dose of "A Streetcar Named Desire" drives Milhouse to affect a Marlon Brando-esque bad-boy demeanor in an effort to impress Lisa.
Bart resents Milhouse's new girlfriend; Homer gets the wrong subliminal tape, which has him gaining vocabulary, not losing weight. Voices include Kimmy Robertson, Pamela Hayden, Harry Shearer, Dan Castellaneta, Phil Hartman.
In the 17th-season opener, Alec Baldwin voices a marine biologist who counsels Marge after she leaves Homer for permitting illicit activity---what she describes as “snuggle films”---in the house to pay off a gambling debt. Joe Mantegna, Hank Azaria, Tr (more…)
Lisa's friendship with Fat Tony's son Michael prompts mob boss Tony to invite the Simpsons over for dinner. Michael says he'd rather be a chef than take over the family business, but that's before Tony is shot by a rival mobster. “Sopranos” stars Micha (more…)
Jimbo's girlfriend falls for Bart after he's forced to chaperone her to a movie. School bullies notice, and that's bad for Bart. Meanwhile, Homer is persuaded to buy an exercise machine, but doesn't have to be persuaded to use the TV that comes with it.
School superintendent Chalmers' lessons about Teddy Roosevelt and the Rough Riders get Bart fired up about school (finally!). They also get Chalmers fired, so Bart and his own band of rough riders set out to get Chalmers his job back.
When Homer calls on his Lamaze skills to help deliver a baby in an elevator, the grateful mother names the boy Homer Jr., and he develops a deep attachment to the little guy. Meanwhile, Lisa is asked to join the cheerleading squad for the local pro-footba (more…)
In the Season 25 finale, Bart's victory in Springfield Elementary's annual "Race Around the School" leaves him guilt-ridden because he received outside help in achieving his win. Meanwhile, Homer is fired up about getting the Fourth of July fireworks reins (more…)
Flash-forward to 2041: Bart and Lisa are heading home for the holidays with their own kids in tow. And when they turn to Marge and Homer for parenting advice, they come to realize that the apple doesn't fall far from the Christmas tree.
The Simpsons go to New York City and, while there, Homer tries to retrieve his illegally parked car, and Marge and the kids see the sights, including a Broadway musical about the Betty Ford Center. Voices include Julie Kavner.
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