Chief Wiggums conducts a manhunt to find Mr. Burns' assailant.
Milhouse and Bart vie for a role in a Hollywood film being made in Springfield.
Bart, Lisa and Maggie are sent to live next door with the Flanders, their new foster parents.
Unfazed by a post-prank reprimand from the Rev. Lovejoy, Bart sells his soul for $5.
Faced with Homer's big meat-eating barbecue, Lisa turns to noted vegetarians Paul and Linda McCartney for help.
Advertising statues attack Springfield; the school janitor terrorizes children in their sleep; Homer creates a black hole.
Homer hopes an eating binge will help him weigh in at 300 pounds so he can work at home.
Homer encounters his mother after faking his own death so he can enjoy Saturday at home instead of helping co-workers collect litter on Mr. Burns' stretch of highway.
Springfield's air show turns explosive with the arrival of an atomic bomb-toting Sideshow Bob.
Troy McClure hosts a brief history of the Simpsons that includes outtakes and never-seen-before footage.
Bart is accused of shoplifting and panics when Marge plans a family portrait at the same store.
Mr. Burns forces his way onto Homer's newly formed bowling league; Bart's T-shirt incites a riot at school.
Homer is envious when former President George H.W. Bush moves next door and takes the neighborhood by storm.
Marge joins Springfield's social elite and becomes obsessed with maintaining her new status.
Krusty the Clown loses everything after being audited by the IRS, then dies in a plane crash.
As Springfield prepares for its bicentennial celebration, Lisa uncovers the scandalous truth about the city's founder.
Homer fills in for vacationing Smithers, forcing Mr. Burns to become independent.
Deprived of cartoon violence, Bart and Lisa crusade to bring Itchy and Scratchy back to television.
Selma thinks something is fishy with Troy McClure's marriage proposal.
Bart and his friends take a spring break road trip in a rental car, while Lisa stays home and bonds with Homer.
Homer mistakenly locks Maggie in a newspaper box; Apu shuts down the Kwik-E-Mart to romp at a wild party.
Bart doubts his grandfather's old war stories until Mr. Burns tries to kill him.
Apu turns to Fat Tony for help when he faces deportation.
Homer takes Bart and Lisa to a rock concert featuring Smashing Pumpkins, Sonic Youth, Cypress Hill and Peter Frampton.