In a bid for world domination, space aliens invade the bodies of President Clinton and Republican presidential candidate Bob Dole.
Homer accepts a new job and moves the family to Cypress Creek, where the perfect setting soon turns sour.
Homer turns to a career in pro boxing when he discovers he has a genetic condition that protects his brain from injury.
When Mr. Burns' long-lost illegitimate son, Larry, turns up, Mr. Burns rejects him because he thinks he's an idiot; Larry concocts a money-making scam with Homer.
To pay for damaging their property, Bart agrees to do chores at a neighbor's house.
Homer contemplates a divorce when Milhouse's parents split up.
School bully Nelson Muntz becomes the object of Lisa's first crush; Homer discovers electronic panhandling.
A hurricane hitting Springfield spares the Simpsons but destroys Ned's home.
Exotic hot peppers from Springfield's annual chili cook-off cause Homer to envision a hallucinatory coyote.
FBI agents Fox Mulder and Dana Scully visit Springfield to investigate Homer's alien encounter.
Marge needs help promoting her pretzel franchise, so Homer turns to the mob.
Avalanches trap Homer and Mr. Burns in a cabin at a teamwork retreat.
Stressed out Marge hires a nanny in an episode spoofing "Mary Poppins."
Homer gets a job on "The Itchy & Scratchy Show," providing the voice of wisecracking hip-hop surfer dog Poochie, a new character brought in by the network to shore up falling ratings.
Bart is befriended by a gay antiques dealer, causing Homer to find ways to intensify his own masculinity.
Sideshow Bob is once again released from prison, into the care of his respectable brother Cecil; Bob takes a job on Cecil's dam project, but Bart and Lisa suspect he's up to no good.
Bart tries everything he can to destroy Lisa's image as a dependable baby sitter when she is left in charge.
Homer and friends reintroduce a speak-easy to Springfield when an old Prohibition law is enforced; Homer reinvents himself as the Beer Baron.
Bart exposes an affair between Principal Skinner and Mrs. Krabappel after a failed attempt at blackmail.
Bart goes on a shopping spree with a newly acquired credit card and buys a purebred dog.
Bret "Hit Man" Hart attempts to buy bankrupt Mr. Burns' house until Lisa helps rebuild his fortune.
Marge volunteers at church and becomes an inspirational leader for Springfield. Voices of Dan Castellaneta, Julie Kavner, Nancy Cartwright and Yeardley Smith.
Homer clashes with an industrious new co-worker; Bart buys an empty factory.
Three possible spinoffs: "Chief Wiggum, P.I.," "Love-Matic Grampa" and "Simpson Family Smile-Time Variety Hour.".