Satan kicks Homer out of hell; dolphins take over Springfield; the Simpsons discover the dark side of fairy tales.
After Homer divides the town, waging war against East Springfield, it is up to the Who to reunite Springfield.
Bart meets a girl named Sophie who claims to be Krusty's illegitimate daughter; Krusty later loses Sophie's violin in a poker game.
Lisa is smitten with an eco-terrorist and spends four days in a tree to prevent it from being cut down.
When Homer asks for a raise, Mr. Burns pays him to play unpleasant jokes on others.
After Homer creates a tell-all Web page, he is awarded the Pulitzer Prize for his truthful revelations.
Homer and Bart turn into a couple of con artists to pay for a car repair bill.
Bart and the others lay siege to their elementary school when it doesn't shut down during a snow storm.
An operation to remove a crayon wedged in Homer's brain makes him intelligent.
A softhearted Marge invites a recent parolee to move into the Simpson household.
The Comic Book Guy has a stress attack, so Milhouse and Bart take over the comic book store.
Homer builds a tennis court in the back yard, but Homer becomes jealous of Bart's tennis skills and swears revenge at the Krusty Klassic.
Through hypnosis, Sideshow Bob turns Bart into a killing machine.
Bart, Milhouse, Ralph and Nelson are recruited by boy-band creator L.T. Smash; NSYNC pays a visit to Springfield.
Homer goes on a hunger strike for the Springfield baseball team.
Lisa tries to figure out why the new girl picks on smart children; Homer baby-proofs the house for Maggie.
Hungry Homer rips into a 30-year-old box of crackers and finds a winning ticket for a trip to Africa.
Marge severs Homer's thumb, Lisa creates a grammar robot, and Bart and Milhouse try to bust fireworks smugglers.
Homer and Flanders build a biblical-theme park as a tribute to Ned's wife, Maude.
Homer starts a daycare center in his home while recuperating from a knee injury.