Homer recounts his trials and tribulations as a member of a barbershop quartet.
"Sideshow Bob" returns to Springfield for revenge against Bart for exposing his murder plot.
Homer is forced back into college after he fails a competency test at the power plant.
On his birthday, Mr. Burns longs for his favorite childhood toy.
Homer sells his soul for a doughnut; Bart sees a gremlin; Bart Simpson's "Dracula.".
Marge and her new neighbor have a girls' night out and end up on the wrong side of the law.
Homer and Marge take Bart to a self-help seminar to alter his rebellious behavior.
Bart and Homer go on a father-son rafting trip and end up hopelessly adrift at sea.
Homer's marriage to Marge is tested when a beer-guzzling, doughnut-eating female arrives at the plant.
Springfield legalizes gambling; Burns opens a casino; Marge becomes a gambling addict.
Fed up with Springfield's finest, Homer forms a vigilante group to catch a cat burglar.
Bart stumbles into stardom when he lands a walk-on role on the "Krusty the Clown Show.".
Homer and Apu travel to the Himalayas to find Kwik-E-Mart headquarters and get Apu's job back.
Lisa files a sexual discrimination suit against a doll manufacturer.
Barney and Homer compete to become the first average American in space.
Homer decides to become Flanders' new best friend after attending a football game with him.
Bart chooses a full-grown elephant as his prize when he wins a radio contest.
After experiencing a close call, Mr. Burns realizes he has no heir and holds auditions to select one.
Bart's pranks get Principal Skinner fired; Flanders is the replacement.
Bart faces a difficult decision when he witnesses a crime while playing hooky.
Marge meets with surprising success when she plays matchmaker for Homer's father and her mother.