Homer advises Mel Gibson about his new film, "Mr. Smith Goes to Washington."
Bart's personality changes when he's given drugs to fight attention-deficit disorder.
Homer affects the way trendy people eat when he becomes a local food critic, until he starts giving restaurants bad reviews.
Homer causes catastrophe at the nuclear plant; Bart and Lisa X-ray the Halloween candy; the family murders Ned Flanders.
Homer and Bart grow a highly addictive cross between tobacco and a tomato after moving to an old farm.
After Homer becomes a celebrity by bowling a perfect game, he guest stars on "The Springfield Squares."
After Apu and his wife give birth to octuplets, they unwittingly allow themselves to become the zoo's latest attraction.
When Homer forms a motorcycle gang with his friends, Marge is kidnapped by a rival gang.
A toy corporation urges the children at Springfield Elementary to develop the ultimate toy for Christmastime.
Lisa takes over the household after Marge is injured in a ski accident.
Bart is convinced he's a faith healer after he helps a revivalist extract Homer's head from a bucket.
Homer plays billionaire while house-sitting for Mr. Burns, who has checked into the Mayo Clinic.
Bart and Homer discover that horse racing is a treacherous business after they rescue a horse from the state fair.
When someone passes away, the Simpsons console a grieving friend.
Homer is forced to become a missionary on a remote island after he pledges a large sum of money to PBS.
Plastic surgery transforms Moe into a ladies' man.
A glimpse into the future shows Lisa as president of the United States, and Bart as a White House freeloader.
Homer is upset when Barney quits drinking; Bart and Lisa get into trouble when they enter a photo contest.
In Florida, Homer gets swept up in spring break revelry and accidentally runs over a legendary swamp alligator.
Lisa enrolls in a dance school run by a former child star; Bart and Milhouse camp out at a shopping mall for a week.
A jilted bride moves in with the Simpsons and smothers Homer and the children with motherly love, driving Marge mad.