I’ve learned that life is one crushing defeat after another until you just wish Flanders was dead.— Homer
The police are on the case to find who shot Burns. After DNA testing and a positive ID, Homer is charged for the shooting. However, before he can be jailed, he escapes. It's a race to hospital to find out who shot him.
Milhouse lands the role of Fallout Boy in the new Radioactive Man movie, but he runs away when he realizes the part's not it's cracked up to be.
When Homer and Marge are found to be unfit parents, the kids are put into the care of the Flanders'.
Bart sells his soul to Milhouse for five dollars. Unfortunately, he soon realizes its importance, and Milhouse will not give it back. Meanwhile, Moe turns the Tavern into Uncle Moe's Family Feedbag.
After a trip to a local petting zoo, Lisa becomes a vegetarian, much to Homer's disgust.
Attack of the 50 ft Eyesores: Giant billboard characters come to life. Nightmare On Evergreen Terrace: Groundskeeper Willy returns from the grave, terrorizing Springfield's children in their dreams. HOMER³: Homer discovers a passage to a 3D world behind the bookcase.
Homer gains a lot of weight so he can claim disability and work from home. However, Marge does not like the new Homer.
After faking his death, Homer discovers his mother is actually alive, but with a very shady past and the FBI are eager to find her.
Sideshow Bob slips away from prison duties, steals an atomic bomb and threatens to detonate it unless the town of Springfield gives up television.
This special episode, hosted by Troy McClure, looks back at the history of The Simpsons.
After Bart is caught shoplifting at the Try N' Save, he is let go as long as he does not set foot back in the store. Unfortunately, the family return to have their Christmas photo taken.
Homer starts a bowling team, the Pin Pals, funded by an intoxicated Mr. Burns. Meanwhile, Bart's ''Down With Homework!'' T-shirt causes a riot at school, resulting in mandatory school uniforms.
The Simpsons have some new neighbors - Former President George Bush & his wife. Homer, however, has an instant disliking of Bush, which is made worse when he gives Bart a spanking.
Marge purchases a Chanel suit, which opens new doors for her when she meets a wealthy ex-classmate and the family are invited to the family to the Springfield Country Club.
While trying to get Krusty's signature, Bart accidentally finks on him to the IRS, and Krusty commits suicide. But Bart still sees Krusty everywhere.
While researching for a school report on Jebediah Springfield, Lisa discovers that the town founder isn't the hero everyone thinks he was.
Smithers takes a much needed vacation and, to ensure his position is safe, hires Homer as his replacement.
Bart unwittingly bankrupts Itchy & Scratchy Studios when he proves that Roger Meyers stole the idea for Itchy from Chester J. Lampwick in 1928.
Troy McClure's sagging film career is given a boost when he is seen in public with Selma Bouvier. Soon, Troy asks her to marry him, but confesses to Homer it's just for the publicity.
After obtaining a fake driving license, Bart hires a car and takes Milhouse, Nelson, and Martin on a road trip. Meanwhile, Lisa spends time with Homer at the power plant.
Bart and Milhouse wonder if anything interesting ever happens in Springfield. Roll on a series of shorts featuring Springfield residents. While Lisa gets gum in her hair, Snake and Wiggum are caught in a Pulp Fiction-style situation.
Grampa and Mr. Burns are the last two surviving members of the Flying Hellfish, and the last two people who have a chance at getting their hands on some priceless art.
A call for lower taxes prompts Mayor Quimby to campaign against illegal immigrants. However, when the Simpsons learn that Apu is among those to be deported, they help him gain citizenship.
Homer becomes part of a freak show in Lollapalooza - catching cannon balls with his belly - and goes on tour with the Smashing Pumpkins.
After being shunned as a nerd at school, Lisa packs an empty suitcase for the family vacation and makes some new, 'cool' friends.
Yet more classic episodes in this, The Simpsons' seventh Season (1995-1996). After a summer of waiting, we finally find out who shot Mr. Burns... it turns out it was the baby.
This year's Treehouse of Horror episode was quite special - it featured 3D animation of Homer, as he stumbles upon a mysterious world behind the bookcase. Also in this Season, Bart sells his soul to Milhouse for five bucks; Homer gains 60 pounds to qualify as disabled; the show celebrates it's 138th episode; Bart takes a road trip using a fake ID; former President George Bush moves in across the street from the Simpsons; and Homer is reunited with his mother in a one of the most touching episodes ever made.
Ahoy-hoy, Simpsons Freaks!
Welcome to this deluxe yet tiny mini-booklet box set! By now, you all know the drill: This here Simpsons grand-slam combo platter is the best blah blah blah yet, full of bonus blah blah blah, including essential, nutritious blah blah blah and even a few secret blah blah blahs! You got your magnificent guest stars: Linda McCartney, Glenn Close, Tito Puente, Christina Ricci, and a host of other unlikely suspects. You got your audio commentaries on every single dagnab episode, featuring brilliant animator, charismatic actors, and talented writers who don't know when to shut up. You got your deleted scenes, extracted especially for you from the bottom of the barrel. And you got your interactive animation whatsits, giving you all the technical wingding lowdown on the behind-the-scenes hoo-ha. All this on four jam-packed discs - 571 minutes of viewing pleasure that you can never get back. On behalf of everyone who has worked on The Simpsons for the past couple of decades, I'd like to thank you for you loyalty, your enthusiasm, your giggles, and your spooky obsessiveness.