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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:
FOX in US

Currently airs on: Sundays

Also known as:
Die Simpsons
Simpsonit
I Simpson
Les Simpson

Genres: Animation / Comedy

Language: english  Runtime: 30 mins

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Plot
Special - Springfield's Most Wanted:
This special was aired before the premier of the 7th season opener; hosted by John Walsh (from the FOX series "Americas Most Wanted") it offered up all sorts of theories and insights into who might have shot Montgomery Burns.
7x01 - Who Shot Mr. Burns? (2):
Smithers awakens from his drunken binge to find Mr. Burns in his shower; alas, it is only a dream. When he awakens for real, he discovers the truth. Mr. Burns is still alive after being shot. Smithers wonders whether he tried to kill Mr. Burns. Smithers remembers that he DID shoot an old geezer, but it was not Mr. Burns. It was Jasper, but the bullet went into his wooden leg. Smithers is cleared as the lead suspect. Lisa decides to help on the investigation. She lists all the suspects,  [...] (More)
7x02 - Radioactive Man:
Bart and Milhouse are huge fans of Radioactive Man. Comic Book Guy tells them that they are filming an upcoming movie version in Springfield. They both want to audition for the part of Fallout Boy. Bart would get the part, but he is an inch too short and Milhouse is selected instead. Bart is jealous, but he decides to remain his Milhouse's friend. Milhouse hates acting, after he finds out that working in film isn't all that glamorous or exciting, so he ditches the role and leaves the set.  [...] (More)
7x03 - Home Sweet Home-Dum-Diddly Doodly:
Marge works so hard as a housewife that Homer decides to buy a trip to the spa for her. She leaves the house in a mess, and Abe takes care of Maggie. At school, Bart has lice and Lisa loses her shoes. Child welfare people go to the Simpson home to find Maggie drinking out of a dog bowl. When Homer and Marge return home, they tell them that they are taking away the children to a foster home. Which foster home? The Flanders'! Homer and Marge feel depressed without their kids and Bart and Lisa  [...] (More)
7x04 - Bart Sells His Soul:
Bart pulls a prank at church, resulting in a punishment for himself and Milhouse. They have a conversation about it, and Bart tells Milhouse that he does not believe in souls. To prove it, he sells his soul to Milhouse for $5...well actually; he sells him a piece of paper with "Bart Simpson's soul" written on it. Lisa warns him that this will result in his misery. He notices that animals are afraid of him and automatic doors don't recognize him. Meanwhile, Moe has decided to turn his bar into  [...] (More)
7x05 - Lisa The Vegetarian:
The Simpson family visits a young children's theme park for Maggie, but it's not much fun for the rest of the family. While there, Lisa bonds with a small lamb. They return home to find a huge Flanders family reunion going on next door. Homer is jealous, because Ned did not invite him. He vows to throw a BBQ of his own. Marge serves lamb for dinner, forcing Lisa to think about her little friend. She says she will never eat lamb again and she goes on to declare herself a vegetarian. She can't  [...] (More)
7x06 - Treehouse Of Horror VI:
a)."Attack of the 50 Foot Eyesores" Strange atmospheric conditions bring giant advertising statues to life. b)."Nightmare on Evergreen Terrace" Willy's death, caused by disinterested parents, causes him to come back into the dreams of their children. c)."Homer3" Homer finds a strange area in their house behind the bookcase. When he steps through it Homer becomes three-dimensional.
7x07 - King-Size Homer:
Homer tries everything to get out of the plant's new exercise program and discovers that being on disability would do just that. He tries a few dangerous things to become disabled, but sett on a plan to gain 61 pounds. Dr. Nick and Bart help him on his quest, while Marge and Lisa try to discourage him. After Homer succeeds, Mr. Burns allows him to work at home. He monitors plant safety on a computer, but is still irresponsible as ever. He leaves home to see a movie, leaving the responsibility for  [...] (More)
7x08 - Mother Simpson:
Homer buys a dummy and fakes his death to get out of work. Since he has died, the power company turns off the power to his home. When Homer goes to get it turned on again he discovers that his mother is still alive. He brings her home to meet his family and he discovers why he has not seen her for 27 years. She is a former hippie on the run from the law. Her old nemesis, Mr. Burns, spots her at the post office and tells the cops from "Dragnet." They look for her, but she escapes again and  [...] (More)
7x09 - Sideshow Bob's Last Gleaming:
Sideshow Bob hates television. As a prisoner, his fellow convicts (including Rupert Murdoch) watch it constantly. When Vanessa Redgrave gets her own tasteless sitcom on FOX, it is the last straw. He escapes custody, steals a bomb, and hides out in a blimp. When he threatens to detonate a bomb, the town gives in to his only demand and ceases production of all television shows. The Simpsons just happen to be at the airshow, close to the blimp. The airshow evacuates, but Bart and Lisa stay in the  [...] (More)
7x10 - The Simpson's 138th Show Spectacular:
The show opens with a montage of openings. Then Troy McClure answers viewer mail while hosting a show that features vintage clips from The Tracey Ullman Show, some outtakes and highlights from some of the previous 137 episodes. The show then closes with a montage of "hardcore nudity."
7x11 - Marge Be Not Proud:
Bart sees a commercial for a new but violent video game. Marge does not want to get it for him because he is too young. Bart tries to rent it and tries to play it at Milhouse's. He goes to the store and tries to steal a copy of it. The security guard catches him. He leaves a message on the Simpsons' answering machine, in which he mentions that Bart is banned from the store for life. Back at home, Bart manages to gets rid of the message. Marge wants the family to go to that store to have a  [...] (More)
7x12 - Team Homer:
Bart gets a T-shirt iron-on in "Mad" magazine that says "down with homework." Homer goes bowling with Moe and meets up with Apu. They, along with Otto, decide to start a bowling team when they can't get a lane on league night. They need $500 to get started, so Homer tricks Mr. Burns into giving him the money and he forms the "Pin Pals." Bart gets in trouble with his new T-shirt, so the students have to start wearing uniforms. The "Pin Pals" start to climb the league rankings and Mr. Burns  [...] (More)
7x13 - Two Bad Neighbors:
The Simpsons have a garage sale one boring weekend and here we first meet Disco Stu. Right when the sale gets moving, George Bush upstages Homer by moving in across the street. Homer starts holding a grudge against Bush; meanwhile, Bart takes on the role of "Dennis the Menace" to George Bush's "Mr. Wilson". After George gives Bart the spanking he deserves, Homer starts a prank war, which escalates into a one-on-one confrontation. This results in the Bushes leaving and Gerald Ford moving in, becoming  [...] (More)
7x14 - Scenes From A Class Struggle In Springfield:
Marge gets an expensive "new" dress at the outlet mall. While wearing it she meets a former schoolmate who invites her and the family to the country club. Marge becomes obsessed with trying to fit in. Homer takes up golf at the club and Mr. Burns challenges him to a game. After Homer catches him cheating, Mr. Burns agrees to help Homer's family become members of the country club if he doesn't tell anyone. In the end, Marge decides she doesn't want to become a member after all.
7x15 - Bart The Fink:
The Simpsons each inherit $100 and Bart gets his own checkbook. He gets the idea on how he can get Krusty's autograph by using an endorsed check. The endorsement is an offshore holding corporation, so Bart goes to the bank. The banker calls up the IRS and they discover that that Krusty has been doing a lot of tax-cheating. The IRS gets Krusty to pay them 90% of his salary, so he has to make cutbacks on the show. The IRS auctions off all of Krusty's possessions and they even get Krusty Burger.  [...] (More)
7x16 - Lisa The Iconoclast:
Bart watches a film on town hero, Jebediah Springfield. As the town's bicentennial parade approaches, Homer wants to be the town crier and he soon wins the job. Lisa visits a museum full of Jebediah memorabilia, and meets the curator, Hollis Hurlbutt. She finds a secret confession by Jebediah in a flute. The confession reveals that he was a murderous pirate and a fraud, with a silver tongue. Lisa sets out to expose him and while Marge does not believe her, Homer does. He helps her tell the  [...] (More)
7x17 - Homer The Smithers:
Mr. Burns takes the plant to an auto racing track and Smithers caters to his every need, but screws up just once. A drunken Lenny scares the hell out of Burns after the event and Smithers tries to make it up to him, but fails. Mr. Burns orders him to take a vacation and Smithers chooses Homer to replace him, because Homer is so incompetent that it should make Smithers look good. Homer tries his best, but Mr. Burns will not tolerate the typical Homer Simpson idiocy. Mr. Burns abuses Homer, so  [...] (More)
7x18 - The Day The Violence Died:
Bart and Lisa watch an "Itchy and Scratchy" marathon and the next day there is an 'Itchy and Scratchy' parade. Homer and the kids stake out spots on the sidewalk, but Bart gets away from them and meets up with a bum who claims to have created Itchy. Bart believes him and they watch his old film, but it burns up during the viewing. Bart vows to get the bum the celebrity status that he deserves, so first Bart brings the bum home with him. Then Bart and the bum go to Roger Myers and ask for all  [...] (More)
7x19 - A Fish Called Selma:
Troy McClure takes Selma out on a date in return for a favor she did him at the DMV. After the date he stops for a photo opportunity, the resulting publicity of being seen with a "woman" gives his career a much-needed "shot in the arm;" but living with Selma is too much, so they eventually get a divorce. After the divorce, Troy signs on to direct his very own film.
7x20 - Bart On The Road:
Skinner decides to promote a take-your-kids-to-work-day on the Friday before spring break. Bart goes to the DMV with Patty and Selma. Lisa goes to the power plant with Homer. Milhouse discovers the exciting world of crackers. Martin makes money in the stock market. At the DMV Bart makes himself a fake driver's license. He, Nelson, and Milhouse look for a way to use it, so they decide to use Martin's money to rent a car. The four of them tell their parents that they are going to the National  [...] (More)
7x21 - 22 Short Films About Springfield:
Small slices of life in Springfield are shown, such as: Bart carves sugar; Apu in "The Jolly Bengali"; Lisa with gum in her hair; Smithers and the bee sting; Dr. Nick saves the day; Moe gets robbed; "Skinner and the Superintendent"; Homer, Maggie and the newspaper; McDonald's Quarter Pounders vs. Krusty burgers; the Bee Man at home; Chief Wiggum, the hood and the storekeeper; Reverend Lovejoy and his dog; Lisa and the gum (part 2); Cletus the Slack-Jawed Yokel; Milhouse has to use the bathroom;  [...] (More)
7x22 - Raging Abe Simpson and his Grumbling Grandson in "The Curse of the Flying Hellfish":
Bart brings Abe to school in a special day for grandparents and he proceeds to embarrass Bart by lying. Abe gets a piece of mail saying that the seventh Hellfish is dead; this leaves only two of the Flying Hellfish left alive. When one is left, he will get to claim the legacy of art treasures they kept from the WWII. Who is the other Hellfish who hasn't died? Why it's Mr. Burns. Abe doesn't trust Mr. Burns, who is scheming on how to steal the treasure. Mr. Burns hires a world-famous assassin  [...] (More)
7x23 - Much Apu About Nothing:
A bear "terrorizes" the neighborhood; the new bear patrol causes taxes to be raised. Mayor Quimby decides to blame the immigrants, who will all be deported, depending on the outcome of the proposition 24. Apu turns to Fat Tony and then the Simpson family. Apu slowly wins the Simpsons' support. He decides to take a citizenship test after Lisa discovers he qualifies. He is short on time though, so Homer helps him cram like he has never crammed before. Homer fills his head with historical "facts"  [...] (More)
7x24 - Homerpalooza:
Otto wrecks the school bus, so Homer organizes a car pool and begins driving the neighborhood kids to school. He horrifies Bart and Lisa with his choice of classic rock music, so he decides to try to get into the current music scene. He brings Bart and Lisa to a music festival that features Cypress Hill, Peter Frampton, The Smashing Pumpkins and Sonic Youth. While there, Homer discovers a new talent. He can take a shot to the gut really well. The festival asks him to travel with them and  [...] (More)
7x25 - Summer Of 4'2":
It is the last day of school and Lisa has no one to sign her yearbook; Bart on the other hand is quite popular. Flanders offers Homer his Little Pwagmattasquarmsettport beach house for a few days, since he has jury duty and won't be able to use it. Lisa worries about not having a friend to bring. Bart brings Milhouse, making Lisa feel depressed. Lisa decides not to bring any of her dorky things so that she can redefine her identity. She gets new clothes and searches for kids with whom to play.  [...] (More)
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