Comic Book Guy casts Homer as the lead in a feature film.
Bart and the rest of his class decide to teach Mrs. Krabappel a lesson when she confiscates their cell phones.
The men of Springfield become obsessed with mixed martial arts; Marge and her friends decide to stage a protest.
Lisa sets out for revenge against Miss Hoover; zombies overrun Springfield; after falling through a trap door at Moe's, Homer becomes half-man, half-brewing apparatus.
To raise money for charity, Marge and the Philanthro-Chicks decide to pose for a calendar, but Marge poses after drinking a lot of wine, and the pinups become the talk of the town.
Principal Skinner tells Bart that there is a former Springfield Elementary student hailed as the best prankster ever; Bart tracks down the prankster (guest voice Jonah Hill), now 19.
While wandering in a field after getting lost, Lisa discovers three teenage girls who are practicing Wiccans; Homer hangs out with Cleatus and his friends.
When Lisa tells Bart she has a special sibling bond with Maggie that he will never understand, he asks Homer for a baby brother.
When a columnist begins interviewing Grampa about his life, Homer becomes jealous of his newfound fame.
Milhouse and Bart try to help Krusty regain his popularity after he is forced to restructure the format of his TV show.
Homer misses a date with Marge so he can buy a lottery ticket; after winning the million-dollar jackpot, Homer spoils his family with anonymous gifts.
Homer and Marge compete as part of a curling team at the 2010 Winter Olympics.
When Lisa discovers that her Southern ancestors helped a slave escape to freedom, she presents the story during Black History Month.
Homer and Marge have a parent-teacher conference with Principal Skinner after Bart fails to turn in his homework.
Bart and his classmate, Nikki (guest voice Sarah Silverman), develop a flirtatious rapport; first lady Michelle Obama (guest voice Angela Bassett) comes to Lisa's defense when she is ostracized for being an overachiever.
Flanders invites the Simpson family to a church retreat in Jerusalem in hopes of redeeming Homer.
Mr. Burns is questioned when a police officer sees a stolen painting at the billionaire's estate; Smithers runs the power plant while Mr. Burns is away.
While finishing court-ordered community service, Homer befriends Chief Wiggum; Bart develops an addiction to a Japanese game.
The Simpsons build a wind turbine in their backyard; Homer and Lisa try to help a whale beached by a storm.
When radiation is released into the city, authorities suspend civil liberties; tired of being blonde, Lisa dyes her hair a darker color.
Moe writes a letter, in which he threatens to run away with one of their wives, to Homer, the Rev. Lovejoy and Apu, who are on vacation with their children.
Bart becomes convinced that his new neighbor is actually archenemy Sideshow Bob; to convince him that he is wrong, Marge takes Bart to the state penitentiary.