Bart and Lisa use not-so-idle threats to convince Homer to buy a swimming pool; Bart suspects Flanders has killed his wife when he spies on him through the rear window.
Lisa's world turns upside down when she learns that a new classmate can play the saxophone better.
The Simpson family reminisces about lost loves when Marge gets the family thinking about romantic fantasies.
The children have the time of their lives when Homer and Marge take them to Itchy & Scratchy Land -- the most violent place on Earth.
Sideshow Bob, Springfield's new mayor, condemns the Simpson home.
Homer turns the toaster into a time vortex and becomes homicidal when his cable and beer are cut off.
Bart falls hard for a preacher's daughter who ends up being not-so-innocent.
Lisa and Bart are put in direct competition when Lisa joins a hockey team to avoid failing gym.
Homer is accused of sexual harassment by a babysitter and the incident is made into a TV movie.
Grandpa's passion potion becomes a hit after it works wonders for Marge and Homer's drab sex life.
Searching for the cause of her fear of flying, Marge visits a psychiatrist after embarrassing her family while on an airplane.
Due to a technicality, Homer is granted membership into an exclusive, clandestine and influential brotherhood called the Stonecutters.
Homer recalls events leading up to Maggie's birth.
While helping Principal Skinner with his astronomy, Bart discovers a comet spiraling down toward Springfield.
Clown college graduate Homer's gigs are so successful, the mob believes he is Krusty.
Bart tricks an Australian boy into accepting a collect call and the family must fly to Australia to make an apology.
Patty and Selma hold a bad investment over Homer's head, forcing him to cater to their every whim.
Marge comes up with a plan to increase Springfield's popularity.
Lisa looks into her future when she visits a fortuneteller's booth.
Mr. Burns steals a litter of puppies, with plans to make a Greyhound-skin tuxedo.
When the faculty strikes at Bart's school, PTA member Marge becomes his teacher.
When Lisa's friend dies, she seeks a way to honor the jazz-man.
After apprehending a criminal, Marge enrolls in the police academy.
Marge's lecture inspires vandal Bart to take pride in his community.