Homer befriends a new security guard at the plant; Marge daydreams about being a contestant on "Top Chef."
When superintendent Chalmers is fired for taking Bart and his friends on an unauthorized field trip, the boys hold the school hostage until he is reinstated.
A boulder traps Homer's arm when he takes a drive through a canyon; a spider bite paralyzes Homer; Flanders becomes a vigilante by night; Bart and Milhouse travel to a distant planet to obtain an extract.
Lisa's science fair project is overshadowed by Bart's mechanical baby seal; Homer's new assistant ends up stealing his job.
Marge, Bart and Lisa start their own food blog and land a reservation at a popular restaurant; when Marge sends Homer to a cooking lab, he finds himself in a situation with law enforcement.
Homer creates a team, including author Neil Gaiman, to write the next hit "tween" book; after receiving an advance copy of the work from his publisher, Homer learns there's more to the business than he imagined.
The Simpsons host a party to promote Krusty's own brand of liquor; impressed with the party's sucess, Mr. Burns decides to promote Homer; Bart takes an interest in reading classic novels.
After Krusty the Clown's show is canceled and his talent agency drops him, his very first agent, Annie (guest voice Joan Rivers), tries to craft his comeback.
Thirty years in the future, Bart, Lisa and their children spend the holidays at Marge and Homer's house.
After a video of Homer ranting goes viral, he gets his own political talk show; Homer endorses rocker Ted Nugent for the Republican presidential nominee.
Lisa is called to trial after her online social networking site creates dysfunction in the community; Patty and Selma compete in a rowing event.
Moe's bar rag explains that he started as a medieval tapestry a thousand years earlier; Bart tries to reconcile with Milhouse; the disappearance of Moe's bar rag makes him realize he has friends.
Marge and Lisa's plans for a mother-daughter Valentine's Day take a turn when Lisa falls head over heels for an intellectual romantic (guest voice Michael Cera); Bart and Milhouse investigate Springfield Elementary's legends.
When the Simpsons are kicked out of Springfield, they join an off-the-grid community near by; Homer and Marge's former friends react badly when they try to sneak back into town.
When Bart decides to get back at Homer by becoming a graffiti artist, established street artists offer him a gallery show; a new health food store threatens to put Apu out of business.
When Homer's bed-wetting worsens, his family tries to infiltrate his dreams to find the source of the problem.
When Mr. Burn replaces most of the plant's employees with robots that end up turning on the community, the people he laid off must come to the rescue.
Bart ends up in trouble with school bullies after Jimbo's girlfriend develops feelings for him; Homer buys a treadmill equipped with a TV.
When Bart gets his wish for a family vacation, he becomes determined to make it last forever.
Marge and Homer go on a date, but Marge is embarrassed when Homer talks during the movie; when Homer gets hurt and can't work, he tries to learn how to be a better husband from a man (guest voice Bryan Cranston) he believes is a movie star.
When Marge learns Ned and Edna got married, she offers to throw them a reception; Edna changes some rules to help Ned's kids become more socially acceptable.