Homer concocts a get-rich-quick scheme for Bart, while Lisa escorts a new student and plans a school dance.
Homer tries to overcome a midlife depression with a string of inventions inspired by Thomas Alva Edison.
After an accident, Bart becomes the caretaker of a lizard species that could endanger life in Springfield.
A dead convict controls Homer; Homer and Marge are on "Jerry Springer"; the kids meet Itchy and Scratchy.
Homer bumbles into a celebrity couple's life and becomes their personal assistant.
Homer digs up his mother's past, discovers his true middle name and meets her old friends.
School receives an enormous grant as a result of Lisa's cheating on a test; Homer's appetite causes trouble.
Grampa busts a kidney when Homer refuses to make a rest stop on a road trip.
Homer, as the mayor's bodyguard, takes flak from Fat Tony after saving the lives of Quimby and actor Mark Hamill.
Dispirited Ned Flanders takes Homer's advice and goes to Las Vegas.
When Chief Wiggum imposes a curfew on Springfield's alleged vandals, he taps into a hidden vein of creativity.
When Homer buys bogus Super Bowl tickets, he must find a way to get a busload of angry fans into the game.
A mortified Homer changes his name when he finds out a goofy television character is also called Homer Simpson.
Apu makes the husbands of Springfield look bad when he gives his wife sensational Valentine's Day gifts.
Marge develops road rage while driving her new sport utility vehicle.
Sharing a room with Bart stresses Lisa; Marge eavesdrops on cellular phone conversations.
After Homer humbles a truck driver in a beef-eating contest, he drives cross-country to deliver the trucker's shipment on time.
While listening to one of Reverend Lovejoy's sermons on a sweltering Easter Sunday morning, the Simpsons fall asleep and envision themselves as characters from the Bible.
Homer sublimates his anger into a sculpture and wins praise from an art dealer.
When Bart causes Springfield to lose the Olympic Games, he is forced to volunteer at a retirement home.
When a new billionaire comes to town, Homer urges Mr. Burns to go on the radio with shock-jock Jerry Rude.
Lisa is inducted into Springfield's Mensa society, and physicist Stephen Hawking comes to town.