Marge has to spend all the family's Christmas present money getting Bart's tattoo removed, so Homer gets a job as Santa but bets all his wages on a dog with a festive name.
After Bart cheats on an aptitude test, he is placed in a school for gifted children.
After losing his job, Homer becomes an anti-nuclear activist.
Homer discovers families can get along when the Simpsons attend the company picnic.
Bart's grandfather comes to his aid after he is beaten up by a bully.
Lisa's family attempts to cheer her up when she becomes depressed.
Homer and Bart go for help when the Simpsons' camper breaks down in the woods; Homer is mistaken for Bigfoot.
In an effort to be popular, Bart decapitates the statue of Springfield's founder.
Marge faces a difficult decision when she falls for her bowling instructor.
Bart uses a miniature camera to spy on a bachelor party Homer is attending.
An exchange program sends Bart to France and an Albanian to Springfield.
Krusty is accused of robbing the Kwik-E-Mart, thanks to witness Homer Simpson, but Bart is convinced that his hero is innocent and with Lisa's help, sets out to prove it.