Homer is committed to a rest home and rooms with a man who believes himself to be Michael Jackson.
Lisa's patriotic essay wins the Simpson family a trip to Washington, D.C.
After wishing him bad luck, Homer feels responsible when Ned Flanders' business fails.
Principal Skinner disappears shortly after Bart takes a part-time job working for a local mobster.
Homer becomes a hero when he single-handedly prevents a meltdown at the nuclear plant.
Lisa and Bart try to reunite Krusty with his estranged father.
An excess of Halloween candy gives Bart, Lisa and Homer nightmares.
Homer's guilt prompts him to fulfill Lisa's dream of owning a pony.
Homer decides building a soapbox racer with Bart will bring them closer.
A local bartender becomes rich and famous using Homer's recipe for a flaming drink.
Homer is laid off when Mr. Burns sells the nuclear plant to a German corporation.
Marge thinks she is pregnant, prompting Homer to relive their early years.
After Bart fools everyone into believing a child has fallen down a well, Sting performs to help raise money to save him.
Homer cashes in on Lisa's uncanny knack for picking football game winners.
When Marge goes to a health spa, Homer is left alone with baby Maggie.
Bart pretends to be an available millionaire when he answers his teacher's personal ad.
Mr. Burns recruits major leaguers for a company softball game.
Aptitude tests reveal Lisa should be a homemaker and Bart should be a police officer.
The Simpsons are so caught up in the approaching lottery they fail to notice their dog is ill.
Homer meets a would-be country singer (voice of Beverly D'Angelo) and decides he should manage her career.
Bart becomes suspicious when former con "Sideshow Bob" is released from prison and proposes marriage to Marge's sister Selma.
Bart invites Otto to live with the Simpsons after Skinner fires him for not having a driver's license.
Bart feels left out when his friend Milhouse falls for the new girl in school.