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After making a sexist comment, Principal Skinner is replaced by Melanie Upfoot (Frances McDormand), who divides the school into two schools: one for boys, one for girls. Lisa gets frustrated when she's not allowed to take math at the boys school, so she dr (more…)
Homer, Apu, Moe and Skinner volunteer as firemen after Homer's sleepwalking accident injures the town's firefighters. They do some light looting at the fires to make up for not being compensated, but Marge and Lisa shame them into mending their ways.
Marge opens a gym for real women because she's disenchanted with Springfield's snooty, glitzy L.A. Body Works. Her gym, Shapes: A Gym for Women, is a huge success, launching a chain that makes Marge rich and famous. But Homer fears Marge will leave him for (more…)
Now fabulously wealthy, Marge's grabby prom date Artie Ziff (Jon Lovitz) offers a million dollars for a weekend with her that, he says, will have “no funny stuff.” The Simpsons agree when they realize the money will help their marriage---by paying for (more…)
Rachel organizes a ski trip for all the friends except Ross, who must then come to their rescue when they run out of gas. Carol: Jane Sibbett. Ross: David Schwimmer. Chandler: Matthew Perry. Phoebe: Lisa Kudrow. Monica: Courteney Cox. Joey: Matt LeBlanc.
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.
With the end of the world looming, Homer decides to join an off-the-grid group of survivalists who've set up a secret sanctuary outside of Springfield to prep for the apocalypse. However, a skeptical Marge is suspicious of the plans.
Marge and Homer nearly get caught when they re-create their first intimate encounter---at a miniature-golf course; Bart and Lisa unearth a film can containing an alternate ending to "Casablanca." Voices include Julie Kavner and Dan Castellaneta.
Fat Tony (voice of Joe Mantegna) woos Marge's sister Selma, and they marry. Marge worries that Selma is choosing her new lifestyle over family after the whirlwind romance, but Tony invites Homer and Marge to join them on a getaway at the Jersey shore. Mean (more…)
Prof. Fink, tired of being lonely, uses his scientific expertise to make himself attractive to women, then furthers his special talents to devise an algorithm to pair up all the unlucky-at-love men and women of Springfield. Meanwhile, Marge, Bart and Lisa (more…)
Marge, Bart and Lisa start a food blog ("The Three Mouthketeers"), which results in scoring reservations at Springfield's hottest new restaurant. The question becomes whether to invite Homer. Chefs Anthony Bourdain, Gordon Ramsay and Mario Batali (providin (more…)