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The Simpsons

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The Simpsons is the ultimate (if very unorthodox) nuclear family. Homer, the lovable dufus father, stumbles apathetic ally through his family life and work at the local nuclear power plant. Marge, the overbearing but responsible mother, Bart, the 4th grade underachiever and nemesis to Springfield elementary's principal, Lisa, the brainy and responsible 8 year old, and Maggie, the oft-forgotten baby, round out the family. Based on a series of small cartoon sketches from the Tracy Ullman show, the Simpsons enjoy many wacky exploits in their hometown and beyond. Other characters include an incompetent lawyer, the tyrranical nuclear power plant owner, the too-perfect neighbors (the Flanders) of the Simpsons, and the less than perfect "Klown", Krusty. Colorful characters and situations abound.
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© The Simpsons TM and © 2007 Twentieth Century Fox Film Corporation. All rights reserved.
© The Simpsons TM and © 2007 Twentieth Century Fox Film Corporation. All rights reserved.
© The Simpsons TM and © 2007 Twentieth Century Fox Film Corporation. All rights reserved.
© The Simpsons TM and © 2007 Twentieth Century Fox Film Corporation. All rights reserved.
© The Simpsons TM and © 2007 Twentieth Century Fox Film Corporation. All rights reserved. Not for sale or distribution. / Still Credit: Matt Groening
© The Simpsons TM and © 2007 Twentieth Century Fox Film Corporation. All rights reserved.
© The Simpsons TM and © 2007 Twentieth Century Fox Film Corporation. All rights reserved. Not for sale or distribution. / Still Credit: Matt Groening
Main Cast
N/AYeardley Smith
as Lisa Simpson (voice) [S 17-20]

Premiered on Network:

Currently airs on: Sundays

Also known as:
Die Simpsons
I Simpson
Les Simpson

Genres: Animation / Comedy

Language: english  Runtime: 30 mins

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10x01 - Lard Of The Dance:
After talking to Apu, Homer decides to try to make money off selling used grease. He goes in search of it, but finds that others have had the same plan. Lisa meets a new girl at school; one who is cool and becomes very popular. Lisa feels jealous towards the new girl, but masks it by trying to fit in with her new clique. Homer takes Bart out of school to help him with the grease business. Lisa tries to impress everyone by planning a school dance. All the girls start trying to act like adults,  [...] (More)
10x02 - The Wizard Of Evergreen Terrace:
Homer listens to the radio in his car, only to realize that he has lived half his life. In the ensuing days, he falls into a deep depression. The family throws a party to cheer him up, and Lisa mentions Thomas Edison. Fascinated by Edison, Homer studies up on all his inventions. He tells EVERYBODY about how great he was and Marge makes him realize that he, Homer Simpson, can be just as great as his idol. For his mid-life crisis, Homer quits his job he decides to become an inventor, like Thomas  [...] (More)
10x03 - Bart The Mother:
Marge takes the family to the Family Fun Center. She notices Nelson, who is acting like quite a jerk. Bart tries to befriend Nelson after he wins a BB gun, but Marge forbids any interaction with Nelson. Bart defies her and begins hanging out with him. Bart accidentally shoots a bird with Nelson's BB gun. When Marge finds him, she is horrified that he would kill an animal. Bart begins to secretly take care of the bird's eggs. When they hatch in front of the family, they reveal themselves to  [...] (More)
10x04 - Treehouse Of Horror IX:
a)."Hell Toupée" It's his third strike, Snake is sent to the electric chair. He vows revenge on all on those who were there when he was caught, Apu, Moe & Bart. Snake is electrocuted and his organs are saved for transplant. The beneficiary of his hair is one Homer J. Simpson. The hair begins exacting the revenge promised by its former owner. b)."The Terror of Tiny Toon" Marge takes the batteries from the TV remote control. Bart substitutes plutonium with strange results as he and Lisa  [...] (More)
10x05 - When You Dish Upon A Star:
Homer dreams about being Yogi Bear, but instead of going to a national park in search of picnic baskets, the Simpson family goes to the beach. While there, Homer tries parasailing and given his size the rope breaks and he flies off into a forest. He crash lands through a mansion's roof, winding up in bed with Kim Basinger. He finds that she and Alec Baldwin are Springfield's newest and most secretive residents. Homer befriends them and becomes their gofer. He soon also works for their friend,  [...] (More)
10x06 - D'oh-in' In The Wind:
Burns is looking for better employees, so he makes a recruitment film and Homer is one of the actors. He decides to apply to the Screen Actors Guild, but realizes that he does not know his middle name. He and his father travel to the hippie commune where his mother used to live. The two hippies who live there have lost their way, and are now running a very successful juice company. They reveal that Homer's middle name is Jay. The trip inspires Homer to become a hippie, so he quits showering,  [...] (More)
10x07 - Lisa Gets An A:
After church, the Simpsons go to the grocery store for free samples. Homer picks out a small lobster with plans to raise him until he is big. Homer stuffs Lisa into the freezer to find a better flavor of ice cream and it results in her getting sick. She stays home and she becomes addicted to one of Bart's old video games. When she gets her homework from Ralph, she doesn't do it. She's so addicted to playing the game that she even fakes being sick, when she has gotten better. Marge sees through  [...] (More)
10x08 - Homer Simpson In "Kidney Trouble":
The Simpsons, including Abe, visit a ghost town where Abe drinks a lot of sarsaparilla. On the way home, Abe really needs to go to the bathroom, but Homer is more interested in making good time. Abe visits the doctor soon afterward, finding out that his kidneys exploded. There is only one way to save him... Homer must donate one of his. Homer agrees, and everybody treats him like a king but his friends at the bar wise him up to the risk involved. So when it comes time for the operation, he  [...] (More)
10x09 - Mayored To The Mob:
The Simpsons are watching a cheesy TV movie, when it is interrupted by a commercial for a sci-fi convention, Bi-Mon-Sci-Fi-Con. Mark Hamill, ALF, and the gay robots from "Star Wars" are scheduled to be there. The family goes to the convention, but Homer feels uncomfortable amidst the nerds. Mark Hamill comes out to talk about Sprint, and Homer is the only one interested. There is a riot when Hamill asks for a volunteer and when Hamill and Mayor Quimby are atatcked, Homer does a little  [...] (More)
10x10 - Viva Ned Flanders:
Springfield implodes its casino. When Homer goes to the car wash, he sees that Flanders is getting a senior citizens' discount. He calls Flander's out in church and Flander's confesses that he is 60-years-old, his youthful appearance is due to three C's, Clean living, Chewing thoroughly, a daily dose of vitamin Church and resisting all major urges. Homer accuses him of never living a day in his life. This makes him wish for more interesting experiences and since Homer is the king of such  [...] (More)
10x11 - Wild Barts Can't Be Broken:
Homer hates the Isotopes until they start winning. When they win the big game, he, Barney, Lenny, and Carl go on a drunken binge and wind up vandalizing the elementary school. With no suspects, Chief Wiggum assumes it was the children, so he imposes a curfew. The kids break the curfew by going to see a horror movie at the drive-in. Chief Wiggum catches them and makes them do community service. They decide to get even with the adults by broadcasting their secrets on the radio. The adults figure  [...] (More)
10x12 - Sunday, Cruddy Sunday:
Homer gets a coupon book in the mail and a tire dealer takes advantage of his gullibility. In the waiting room, he meets a travel agent. He cuts Homer a deal where Homer can go to the Super Bowl free of charge if he fills the bus with his friends and acquaintances. Homer fills his part of the deal, so he and Bart take off for Miami. Marge and Lisa are bored, so they try to play a Vincent Price Easter game. When a piece is missing, they call Vincent for the part. Meanwhile Homer and his bus  [...] (More)
10x13 - Homer To The Max:
A mid-season replacement series features a suave and debonair character named Detective Homer Simpson. Homer is delighted and begins to capitalize on his new namesake, until the second episode airs and his namesake is rewritten to be a stupid bumbling fool. Homer goes to appeal to the producers. Then he tries to sue, but instead winds up get his named legally changed to Max Power. His new name gives him a new attitude, which moves him into a whole different social class. But is society ready for  [...] (More)
10x14 - I'm With Cupid:
Homer and Marge go to Apu's for dinner. Apu and Manjula have a big fight, but Apu vows to win back her love in the seven days before Valentine's Day. His efforts are so romantic that the whole town notices. All the wives around Springfield are envious of them, and Marge lets Homer know that he needs to do something romantic. The husbands of Springfield get together and decide to foil Apu's seventh and final attempt. In this one, Apu will have a skywriter write a love message for her. Homer  [...] (More)
10x15 - Marge Simpson In "Screaming Yellow Honkers":
After the Simpsons leave a school talent show, we discover that Marge is a very passive driver. Homer sees the Canyonero and decides to buy the SUV for himself. He soon discovers that it is an SUV designed for soccer moms. He quits driving it and Marge starts using it. It is the perfect automobile for her and she becomes more aggressive behind the wheel. She gets pulled over for road rage and has to go to traffic school. Her problems are more extensive than the other students and she gets  [...] (More)
10x16 - Make Room For Lisa:
Homer gets drunk and when he returns home, he realizes that he has to spend quality time with the kids. Upon Lisa's request, he brings them to a Smithsonian exhibit, sponsored by Omnitouch. While there, Homer ruins the Bill of Rights and he winds up owing Omnitouch $10,000. Since the company wants to put a cell site in his area of Springfield, Homer lets them build the antenna tower in his yard and the equipment to run it in Lisa's room. Lisa now has to share a room with Bart. Lisa is driven  [...] (More)
10x17 - Maximum Homerdrive:
Lisa is going to protest a new restaurant; it is a steak house that allows you to kill your steak. The family, sans Lisa, goes there. Homer loses a challenge to eat "Sirloin A Lot", a 16-lb. steak. His competitor, the winner and a truck driver dies just after his victory. Homer feels bad, so he decides to take over the trucker's shipment and takes Bart with him. Lisa and Marge stay home, and are bored, so they decide to buy a new doorbell and install it themselves. Meanwhile, Homer falls  [...] (More)
10x18 - Simpsons Bible Stories:
Reverend Lovejoy decides to give the congregation an extra dose of religion and the Simpsons begin falling asleep in church having religious dreams. Marge dreams that she and Homer are Adam and Eve. Lisa's dream is that she is an Israelite and Moses (Milhouse) is going to lead their people to freedom. Homer dreams that he is King Solomon and Bart dreams that he is King David and Nelson is Goliath II. After sleeping through the service, they leave the church only to find that the apocalypse is  [...] (More)
10x19 - Mom And Pop Art:
Homer reluctantly agrees to do some yard work, but his trip to home improvement store results him buying a do-it-yourself barbecue pit. His feeble attempt results in something that an art enthusiast considers "outsider art." When Burns pays big bucks for Homer's piece, he decides he is an artist. However, fame is fleeting because his art has become repetitive. So he concocts an idea that simply floods Springfield with good feelings about art.
10x20 - The Old Man And The "C" Student:
Homer orders 1000 springs and tries to get rid of them in various schemes. The Olympics are coming to Springfield due to a letter written by Lisa (and Homer even designs a springy Olympic mascot), but Bart's comedy routine, that all the children laugh at, keeps them away. As punishment, the children are given community service work. Bart's and Lisa work at the Springfield Retirement Castle and there Bart finds a bunch of old people who need to be young again, so he takes them on an adventure  [...] (More)
10x21 - Monty Can't Buy Me Love:
The family is sitting around watching television one afternoon when Marge makes them go for a walk. They end up at a new mega-store, owned by Arthur Fortune, who wins everyone's love by giving them $1 bills. Burns is there, and he envies the relationship the younger billionaire with the public. He goes to Homer, asking him to help make him a beloved billionaire. Homer's attempts fail after Burns goes on a shock radio show hosted by Jerry Rude. They form a plan in which they will go to Scotland  [...] (More)
10x22 - They Saved Lisa's Brain:
There is a gross-out contest in Springfield and the citizen's profound lack of intelligence forces Lisa to try to change them. She joins MENSA after a letter she writes impresses the brainy Springfield population. They all go to Quimby to confront him on Springfield's mass idiocy problem. Quimby misunderstands and thinks that they are trying to arrest him. He flees, leaving the most intelligent people of Springfield in charge. They try to make a plan that will make Springfield a utopia; but  [...] (More)
10x23 - Thirty Minutes Over Tokyo:
The Simpsons go to a cyber-cafe to see a website with monkeys doing it. Snake cyber-robs Homer of his life savings. He and Marge had been saving up for a vacation. Homer goes to rob Flanders and instead Flanders tells him about living thrifty. Homer steals Flanders' ticket to the "Mega Savings Seminar". The trick is to be cheap. The Simpson family goes to the airport and attempts to get mega-saver airline tickets. They end up getting tickets to Japan. Once there, Lisa wants to discover  [...] (More)
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