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The Simpsons Season 25 episodes

The Yellow Badge of Cowardge Season 25, Episode 22

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 reinstated after they were canceled for budgetary reasons. read more

Pay Pal Season 25, Episode 21

After Homer insults the new neighbors, a charming British family, Marge decides she's through trying to be friends with other couples, but changes her tune after hearing Lisa say that she, too, doesn't feel the need to welcome newcomers into her life. read more

Brick Like Me Season 25, Episode 20

After awakening in an idyllic world where everyone is made out of LEGOS and for once he fits in perfectly, Homer begins to have second thoughts and must piece together a plan on how to get back to square one. read more

What to Expect When Bart's Expecting Season 25, Episode 19

Art-class-hating Bart creates a voodoo doll of his art teacher, and when she becomes pregnant from the spell cast on her, the student becomes a hero to Springfield couples trying to conceive. Unfortunately, this spurs kidnappers to snatch Bart in an effort to conceive a thoroughbred racehorse. read more

Days of Future Future Season 25, Episode 18

In a future world, Homer receives a new clone every time he dies; Lisa is married to Milhouse, who's a zombie; and Bart has custody problems with ex-wife, Jenda. read more

Luca$ Season 25, Episode 17

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, but Milhouse gets the prisoner sent back and Bart must concoct a plan to spring him. read more

You Don't Have to Live Like a Referee Season 25, Episode 16

During a speech contest, Lisa sings her father's praises about his honesty and integrity on the youth-soccer field, and this leads to him being recruited as a World Cup referee. Once the family arrives in Brazil, Homer is approached by a gangster with a reputation for bribing officials and fixing matches. read more

The War of Art Season 25, Episode 15

Marge and Homer get a bargain on a painting at the Van Houten's yard sale, and later learn that it is a masterpiece worth $100,000, so they wrestle with splitting the money with their neighbors or keeping it all. read more

The Winter of His Content Season 25, Episode 14

Marge opens the house to three octogenarians after their retirement home is shuttered for health violations, but she has second thoughts about the good deed when Homer settles into an old-person lifestyle. Meanwhile, at school, Bart champions Nelson's predilection for hand-me-down underwear. read more

The Man Who Grew Too Much Season 25, Episode 13

A surprised Lisa discovers she has common cultural grounds with Sideshow Bob, while Marge gives a sex talk to a teen church group. read more

Diggs Season 25, Episode 12

A transfer student who's an aspiring falconer swoops in to rescue Bart from school bullies, but Bart soon discovers that he and his new friend are not birds of a feather. read more

Specs and the City Season 25, Episode 11

Via new high-tech eyeglasses, Homer discovers Marge has been seeing a marriage counselor, while Bart decides not to buy Nelson a Valentine's Day card, despite giving one to all his other classmates, so Nelson orders him to buy a special Valentine's Day gift or else. read more

Married to the Blob Season 25, Episode 10

Homer offers dating advice to Comic Book Guy when he meets a Japanese manga author who catches his fancy. read more

Steal This Episode Season 25, Episode 9

Bart shows Homer how to illegally download films, which leads the father to try his hand at the movie-piracy business. read more

White Christmas Blues Season 25, Episode 8

Springfield turns into a winter wonderland filled with yuletide revelers when snow blankets the town as a result of the nuclear-power plant springing a leak, so Marge turns their abode into boardinghouse. read more

Yellow Subterfuge Season 25, Episode 7

After Principal Skinner promises the school that the most well-behaved among them will get to ride in a submarine, it's damn the torpedoes and full speed ahead as Bart sets course on becoming a model student. Meanwhile, Lisa suggests a cash-strapped Krusty sell the foreign rights to his shows. read more

The Kid Is All Right Season 25, Episode 6

Lisa's new best friend turns out to not only be a Republican, but her opponent in their second-grade class election. read more

Labor Pains Season 25, Episode 5

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-football team, the Springfield Atoms. read more

YOLO Season 25, Episode 4

Marge convinces Homer to invite an old pen pal to stay with them, an item that was on a to-do list he created as a 10-year old. Meanwhile, Lisa is instrumental in revising the school honor code. read more

Four Regrettings and a Funeral Season 25, Episode 3

When a beloved Springfielder dies, four residents recall life events that they would like to do over. Among them: Homer bemoans selling a tech stock to purchase a bowling ball, and Marge fears that she's the reason Bart is such a rebellious child. Others wishing for a do-over are Mr. Burns, who recalls a long-ago romance with a lovely Parisienne, and newsman Kent Brockman who regrets not leaving the local station to take a job with cable news. read more

Treehouse of Horror XXIV Season 25, Episode 2

"Treehouse of Horror XXIV" kicks off with a tip of the cap to Dr. Seuss, with Homer scaring up trouble around Springfield as "The Fat in the Hat." In "Dead and Shoulders," Bart is decapitated in a kite mishap and his head is placed on Lisa's body, necessitating that the two learn to act as one. With "Freaks No Geeks," it's the 1930s and Marge is a trapeze artist and Homer's the strongman in a traveling circus, where sideshow freak Moe puts the moves on Marge. read more

Homerland Season 25, Episode 1

In the Season 25 premiere, Lisa recruits an FBI agent to check out Homer, who has returned from a nuclear-power-plant-workers' convention a changed man. read more

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Premiered: December 17, 1989, on FOX
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Premise: Matt Groening's subversive, animated satire about Springfield's hapless first family became a cult favorite when it premiered on Fox in 1989 after first being seen in 1987 as a short on 'The Tracey Ullman Show.' That was then; now it's TV longest running comedy. Not since 'The Flintstones' in the '60s has a cartoon series drawn such a large adult audience, and, ay caramba, given us pop-culture expressions for the ages. And in 1999, Time magazine called it the best TV show of the 20th century.

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