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Bart winds up in the hospital as a result of eating Krusty cereal, and when Lisa comes to visit him, she is reunited with her sax idol, who recounts his big break on "The Tonight Show." Voices: Steve Allen, Yeardley Smith, Ron Taylor, Phil Hartman.
Halloween 1996: Homer tumbles into another dimension in a story spun off “The Twilight Zone”; Paul Anka helps combat the “Attack of the 50-Foot Eyesores”; and Groundskeeper Willie appears in a spoof of “A Nightmare on Elm Street.”
Drew Barrymore plays Krusty's long-lost daughter, a surprise to the clown, who betrays her in a poker game with Fat Tony (Joe Mantegna). Stephen King, Amy Tan and John Updike have cameos. Karl Wiedergott, Dan Castellaneta, Harry Shearer, Nancy Cartwright.
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…)
When Bart ends up the only guest at Nelson's birthday party, the bully decides he's his best friend and goes about protecting Bart in a parody of “Goodfellas.” Meanwhile, Homer reads Lisa to sleep and debates on whether to reveal the book's sad ending (more…)
As the school prepares for standardized testing, Bart and other "underperformers" get an exemption from taking the test and are whisked away to Capital City. Meanwhile, Homer needs to avoid getting injured after his insurance lapses.
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…)
After Homer hosts a party to promote Krusty's new liquor, Mr. Burns makes him an account exec and an ad pro (voice of John Slattery) mentors him. Soon Homer begins to neglect his family. Meanwhile, Bart begins reading classic novels.
Troy McClure hosts a retrospective featuring Simpsons history and trivia, and series "outtakes," including an alternate ending to the "Who Shot Mr. Burns?" episode and a burping contest between Barney and baseball's Wade Boggs.
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