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The Simpsons is an American animated sitcom created by Matt Groening for the Fox Broadcasting Company. The series is a satirical parody of a middle class American lifestyle.

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1994-10-09 (Sunday)

The Simpsons - S06E05 - Sideshow Bob Roberts (2F02)The Simpsons - The Complete Sixth SeasonSideshow Bob Roberts

(#108 - 2F02 - Season 6 Episode 5 - Disc 1)
(Written by Bill Oakley and Josh Weinstein, Directed by Mark Kirkland)

After pleading his case on air to right-wing talk show host Birch Barlow, Sideshow Bob is released from prison. Soon, Bob is announced as the Republican candidate for mayor of Springfield. Bart and Lisa help campaign for Mayor Quimby but despite their efforts, Bob wins the election with a landslide majority. Within days, the Simpsons awake to find that their house will soon be demolished to make way for the planned Matlock Expressway. Bart and Lisa begin to suspect that Bob somehow rigged the election. While searching through the voter records, Lisa is left a message by someone who claims to know what actually happened. The whistle blower turns out to be Waylon Smithers, who dislikes some of Bob's policies. He gives Bart and Lisa the name of a man who voted for Bob, but had really been long dead. The pair discovers that virtually every single person who supposedly voted for Bob is actually dead. At the trial, Bart and Lisa trick Bob into confessing his crime, and he is put back in prison.
Guest stars: Kelsey Grammer, Larry King, Dr. Demento and Phil Hartman.

1994-10-30 (Sunday)

The Simpsons - S06E06 - Treehouse of Horror V (2F03)The Simpsons - The Complete Sixth SeasonTreehouse of Horror V

(#109 - 2F03 - Season 6 Episode 6 - Disc 1)
(Written by Bob Kushell, Greg Daniels, Dan McGrath and David S. Cohen, Directed by Jim Reardon)

A Halloween special which is divided into three short stories:
The Shinning – A parody of the film The Shining, in which Homer tries to kill the rest of the family after Mr. Burns cuts off the beer supply and cable TV in his winter home.
Time and Punishment – Whilst attempting to fix it, Homer creates a time machine out of his toaster.
Nightmare Cafeteria – To solve the problems of overcrowded detention and lack of meat, the Springfield Elementary teachers resort to eating the students.
Guest star: James Earl Jones.

1994-11-06 (Sunday)

The Simpsons - S06E07 - Bart's Girlfriend (2F04)The Simpsons - The Complete Sixth SeasonBart's Girlfriend

(#110 - 2F04 - Season 6 Episode 7 - Disc 1)
(Written by Jonathan Collier, Directed by Susie Dietter)

Bart becomes attracted to Reverend Lovejoy's daughter Jessica, but finds his attempts to impress her repeatedly ignored. After pulling a prank on Groundskeeper Willie, and offending Jessica's parents at dinner, she becomes interested in him. As they begin a relationship, Bart believes that Jessica is a bad influence on him and decides against seeing her anymore. However, at church Bart has to sit next to Jessica, who steals the money from the church collection plate and frames him for the crime. Next week, Lisa tells the congregation that Jessica was the real perpetrator, and suggests they search Jessica's room. The money is found hidden under Jessica's bed, and she admits to the crime.
Guest star: Meryl Streep.

1994-11-13 (Sunday)

The Simpsons - S06E08 - Lisa on Ice (2F05)The Simpsons - The Complete Sixth SeasonLisa on Ice

(#111 - 2F05 - Season 6 Episode 8 - Disc 2)
(Written by Mike Scully, Directed by Bob Anderson)

Lisa discovers that she is failing gym class. In order to pass, she joins a local ice hockey team as their goalie. This creates an intense sibling rivalry between her and Bart, who is jealous of Lisa's abilities because he had always been the family's star hockey player. Marge tries to resolve their conflicts by reminding them that they are not in competition with each other, but this backfires as the next fixture is between Bart and Lisa's teams. During the match, Bart prepares to take a penalty against Lisa, but remembering past events in which they helped each other, the pair throw aside their equipment and embrace, tying the game.

1994-11-27 (Sunday)

The Simpsons - S06E09 - Homer Badman (2F06)The Simpsons - The Complete Sixth SeasonHomer Badman

(#112 - 2F06 - Season 6 Episode 9 - Disc 2)
(Written by Greg Daniels, Directed by Jeffrey Lynch)

Homer and Marge attend a candy convention, where Homer successfully steals a gummy Venus de Milo. Later, after Homer takes the children's babysitter Ashley Grant home, he notices that the gummy Venus has become stuck to her pants and grabs it, an action that Ashley misinterprets as a sexual advance. A mob of protesters soon appear at the Simpsons' house, claiming that Homer sexually harassed Ashley. All of Homer's attempts to prove himself innocent go wrong, until he tells his side of the story on a public access TV channel. Groundskeeper Willie sees Homer's speech and gives him a secretly recorded video tape that shows Homer was innocent after all.
Guest star: Dennis Franz.

1994-12-04 (Sunday)

The Simpsons - S06E10 - Grampa vs. Sexual Inadequacy (2F07)The Simpsons - The Complete Sixth SeasonGrampa vs. Sexual Inadequacy

(#113 - 2F07 - Season 6 Episode 10 - Disc 2)
(Written by Bill Oakley and Josh Weinstein, Directed by Wesley Archer)

Homer and Marge's marriage is beginning to sour due to their fading sex lives. Grampa concocts a tonic that successfully cures their problems. The effectiveness of the tonic results in he and Homer going into business together, selling "Simpson and Son's Tonic" to the public. When they visit the farmhouse where Homer grew up, the two get into an argument, resulting in Grampa calling Homer an "accident". Homer refuses to speak to Grampa ever again, and vows to be a better father to his own children. Later, he goes back to the farmhouse, coincidentally at the same time as Grampa. Both of them accidentally set fire to the building, and reconcile.
Guest star: Phil Hartman.

1994-12-18 (Sunday)

The Simpsons - S06E11 - Fear of Flying (2F08)The Simpsons - The Complete Sixth SeasonFear of Flying

(#114 - 2F08 - Season 6 Episode 11 - Disc 2)
(Written by David Sacks, Directed by Mark Kirkland)

After being banned from Moe's for life, Homer goes to a pilots' bar. There, he is mistaken as a real pilot and destroys a plane. As payment for the mistake, the Simpsons' are given free tickets to anywhere in America. Marge becomes uneasy on the plane and admits that she has a fear of flying, putting the vacation on hold. Marge undergoes treatment with therapist Dr. Zweig, who uncovers the roots of Marge's fear. The problem she has is that her father was a male flight attendant. Zweig assures her that male flight attendants are now very common, and Marge is ostensibly cured.
Guest stars: Anne Bancroft, Ted Danson, Woody Harrelson, Rhea Perlman, John Ratzenberger and George Wendt.

1995-01-08 (Sunday)

The Simpsons - S06E12 - Homer the Great (2F09)The Simpsons - The Complete Sixth SeasonHomer the Great

(#115 - 2F09 - Season 6 Episode 12 - Disc 2)
(Written by John Swartzwelder, Directed by Jim Reardon)

Homer discovers that Lenny and Carl are members of the ancient secret society known as the Stonecutters. Gaining membership through Grampa, Homer takes great pleasure in the society's many privileges and events. Unfortunately, during a celebratory dinner he unwittingly destroys the Stonecutter's "Sacred Parchment". Homer is stripped of his membership, until it is discovered that he is "The Chosen One" who will lead the Stonecutters to glory. Homer's reign eventually angers his fellow members, who break off and form a new society known as "The Ancient Mystic Society of No Homers", banning Homer from joining.
Guest star: Patrick Stewart.

1995-01-22 (Sunday)

The Simpsons - S06E13 - And Maggie Makes Three (2F10)The Simpsons - The Complete Sixth SeasonAnd Maggie Makes Three

(#116 - 2F10 - Season 6 Episode 13 - Disc 2)
(Written by Jennifer Crittenden, Directed by Swinton O. Scott III)

Homer regales the long story of Maggie's birth. Back in 1993, Homer dreams of working at the bowling alley, even though it pays less than his job at the Power Plant. Homer works out a way that means the family will have enough to live on, as long as everything stays exactly the way it is. However, Marge becomes pregnant once again, but tries to keep the news from Homer. He eventually finds out and, because of the impending financial problems, is forced to go back to the Power Plant. As much as he dreads the idea of having another child, when Maggie is born Homer immediately falls in love with her.

1995-02-05 (Sunday)

The Simpsons - S06E14 - Bart's Comet (2F11)The Simpsons - The Complete Sixth SeasonBart's Comet

(#117 - 2F11 - Season 6 Episode 14 - Disc 2)
(Written by John Swartzwelder, Directed by Bob Anderson)

During detention, Bart accidentally discovers a comet. It is then discovered that the comet is heading straight for Springfield, and a rocket is launched to destroy it. However, it misses and blows up the only bridge out of town, dooming everyone in Springfield. The Simpsons and the Flanders share the bomb shelter that Ned had built, to hopefully protect themselves from the comet. Soon, everyone in town joins them in the shelter, but the door cannot be closed unless somebody leaves. Homer decides that the only useless person there is Ned, and forces him to go. Homer then feels guilty about his decision and leaves, with the rest of the town following him. However the danger is averted when the comet enters the atmosphere and burns up in the thick layer of pollution.

1995-02-12 (Sunday)

The Simpsons - S06E15 - Homie the Clown (2F12)The Simpsons - The Complete Sixth SeasonHomie the Clown

(#118 - 2F12 - Season 6 Episode 15 - Disc 3)
(Written by John Swartzwelder, Directed by David Silverman)

Krusty's poor gambling skills and wasteful habits land him in deep financial trouble, and to make up for it he launches a training college for clowns. Homer enters the program, and after graduating he impersonates Krusty at the events that the real Krusty deems unworthy of his personal appearance. Homer discovers that, mistaken for Krusty, he receives all sorts of benefits from authority figures and businesses. The impersonation goes too far when Homer is kidnapped by Fat Tony's mob, to whom the real Krusty is indebted. Luckily, the real Krusty arrives and his and Homer's lives are spared after they entertain the mob with an elaborate clown trick.
Guest stars: Joe Mantegna, Dick Cavett and Johnny Unitas.

1995-02-19 (Sunday)

The Simpsons - S06E16 - Bart vs. Australia (2F13)The Simpsons - The Complete Sixth SeasonBart vs. Australia

(#119 - 2F13 - Season 6 Episode 16 - Disc 3)
(Written by Bill Oakley and Josh Weinstein, Directed by Wesley Archer)

In order to prove Lisa wrong about the coriolis effect, Bart calls several locations in the southern hemisphere. He collect calls Australia, but the call lasts six hours and costs $900.00. After the call's recipient complains, Australia indicts Bart for fraud. The United States State Department negotiates a settlement, with Bart having to publicly apologize in Australia. There, after Bart apologizes, the parliament wishes to give him the additional punishment of a booting. Bart and Homer flee, but Bart later agrees to accept the booting anyway. Before he can be punished, he moons the Australians and the family leaves in a helicopter.
Guest stars: Phil Hartman.

1995-02-26 (Sunday)

The Simpsons - S06E17 - Homer vs. Patty & Selma (2F14)The Simpsons - The Complete Sixth SeasonHomer vs. Patty & Selma

(#120 - 2F14 - Season 6 Episode 17 - Disc 3)
(Written by Brent Forrester, Directed by Mark Kirkland)

After a bad investment, Homer is forced to borrow money from Patty and Selma. In return the pair make Homer's life miserable. After Marge finds out, Homer decides to become a chauffeur, but is pulled over when he does not have a chauffeur's license. When he goes to apply for one, Patty and Selma (the DMV examiners) mercilessly fail him on all counts. The pair begin to smoke, but are told by their supervisor such an action could cost them their promotions. Homer acts quickly and claims the cigarettes are his own, saving Patty and Selma, in exchange for clearing his debt to them. Meanwhile, Bart is forced to take ballet but finds that he enjoys it.
Guest stars: Susan Sarandon and Mel Brooks.

1995-03-05 (Sunday)

The Simpsons - S06E18 - A Star Is Burns (2F31)The Simpsons - The Complete Sixth SeasonA Star Is Burns

(#121 - 2F31 - Season 6 Episode 18 - Disc 3)
(Written by Ken Keeler, Directed by Susie Dietter)

Springfield adopts Marge's suggestion of a film festival, in which any of the townspeople can enter a short film. To help her judge, Jay Sherman comes from New York to stay at the Simpsons' house. Homer feels threatened by Jay, and so Marge puts him on the panel as well. At the festival, the vote becomes deadlocked between Mr. Burns self-glorifying biopic and Barney's touching film about alcoholism. Homer, originally supporting Hans Moleman's film Man Getting Hit by Football, is convinced to vote for Barney's film, which wins the competition.
Guest stars: Jon Lovitz, Phil Hartman and Maurice LaMarche.

1995-03-19 (Sunday)

The Simpsons - S06E19 - Lisa's Wedding (2F15)The Simpsons - The Complete Sixth SeasonLisa's Wedding

(#122 - 2F15 - Season 6 Episode 19 - Disc 3)
(Written by Greg Daniels, Directed by Jim Reardon)

At a renaissance fair, a fortune teller predicts the story of Lisa's first true love. She explains that Lisa will fall madly in love with British student Hugh Parkfield. The pair's relationship grows, with Hugh eventually proposing to Lisa. The wedding will take place in Springfield, but Lisa becomes embarrassed with her family's behavior, particularly Homer's. Hugh begins to bond with them, until Homer presents him with a pair of tacky cuff links, which he grudgingly agrees to wear at the wedding. He does not actually wear them, and when questioned by Lisa he states that after the wedding they will return to England and avoid all but minimal contact with her family. Disgusted, she calls off the wedding.
Guest stars: Mandy Patinkin and Phil Hartman.

1995-04-09 (Sunday)

The Simpsons - S06E20 - Two Dozen and One Greyhounds (2F18)The Simpsons - The Complete Sixth SeasonTwo Dozen and One Greyhounds

(#123 - 2F18 - Season 6 Episode 20 - Disc 3)
(Written by Mike Scully, Directed by Bob Anderson)

Santa's Little Helper falls in love with a female greyhound, who eventually gives birth to 25 puppies. The puppies prove troublesome and Homer and Marge decide to give them away. They have several offers, but the puppies do not want to be split up, leading to Mr. Burns stealing them. Burns is seemingly caring for the puppies, but reveals that he plans to make a tuxedo out of them, and only keep one. Bart and Lisa sneak in but fail in their attempt to rescue the dogs. As Burns is about to kill the puppies, Bart places the dog Burns wishes to keep with the others, hoping that Burns will not kill them if he can not tell which is which. However, Burns notes that his dog can stand up, but discovers that they all can. Burns has a change of heart and decides not to kill any of the dogs, a decision that pays off handsomely for him.

1995-04-16 (Sunday)

The Simpsons - S06E21 - The PTA Disbands (2F19)The Simpsons - The Complete Sixth SeasonThe PTA Disbands

(#124 - 2F19 - Season 6 Episode 21 - Disc 3)
(Written by Jennifer Crittenden, Directed by Swinton O. Scott III)

Edna Krabappel calls a strike to protest against Principal Skinner's low spending on the school. Bart fuels the strike by repeatedly turning the teachers against Skinner. The parents of Springfield eventually decide to take matters into their own hands, and recruit volunteers from the community to take over as temporary teachers. After several failed substitutes, Marge becomes Bart's teacher. Bart grudgingly decides to resolve the strike, and locks both Krabappel and Skinner in Skinner's office. The experience inspires them to rent out the school cloakrooms to Springfield Prison, in order to earn more money.

1995-04-30 (Sunday)

The Simpsons - S06E22 - 'Round Springfield (2F32)The Simpsons - The Complete Sixth Season'Round Springfield

(#125 - 2F32 - Season 6 Episode 22 - Disc 4)
(Written by Joshua Sternin and Jeffrey Ventimilia, Directed by Steven Dean Moore)

Bart gets a stomach ache after accidentally eating a jagged metal Krusty-O, and collapses on the medical room floor. After surgery, it emerges he has appendicitis. When visiting Bart, Lisa meets Bleeding Gums Murphy in another ward. He lends Lisa his saxophone for her school recital, but when she returns she learns that Bleeding Gums has died. Lisa is the only person who attends his funeral, and vows to make sure that everyone in Springfield knows his name. Lisa decides to honor Bleeding Gums' by having his album played on the radio, but cannot afford it. Bart buys it for her, using the $500 he won from suing Krusty. Lightning strikes the station's antenna, projecting the album into every radio in Springfield.
Guest stars: Ron Taylor, Steve Allen and Phil Hartman.

1995-05-07 (Sunday)

The Simpsons - S06E23 - The Springfield Connection (2F21)The Simpsons - The Complete Sixth SeasonThe Springfield Connection

(#126 - 2F21 - Season 6 Episode 23 - Disc 4)
(Written by Jonathan Collier, Directed by Mark Kirkland)

After he cons Homer, Marge chases down Snake, and gets him arrested. Finding the experience exhilarating, Marge enrolls in the police force. After passing the training course, Marge begins fighting crime. Initially Homer finds that being a "cop-husband" is good, but changes his mind when Marge arrests him for illegal parking and stealing her police hat. After he is released, Homer finds a jean-counterfeiting operation in his garage, led by Herman. As the group prepare to kill Homer, Marge saves him. Herman escapes and takes Homer hostage in Bart's treehouse. Marge rescues him again, and Herman falls to the ground and is apprehended. After finding that the rest of the force is corrupt, Marge resigns.
Guest star: Phil Hartman.

1995-05-14 (Sunday)

The Simpsons - S06E24 - Lemon of Troy (2F22)The Simpsons - The Complete Sixth SeasonLemon of Troy

(#127 - 2F22 - Season 6 Episode 24 - Disc 4)
(Written by Brent Forrester, Directed by Jim Reardon)

After Marge teaches him about town pride, Bart becomes embroiled in a fight with a boy from the neighboring town of Shelbyville. The next day, Springfield's lemon tree is stolen by Shelbyville, and Bart leads Milhouse, Nelson, Martin, Todd, and Database to get it back. Bart learns that the tree is at an impound lot. Homer uses Flanders' RV to lead the adults to find their kids, and the two groups meet decide to recover the tree together. They park the RV in a hospital zone, and it is towed to the impound lot. The Springfieldians rescue the tree, and escape back to Springfield.

1995-05-21 (Sunday)

The Simpsons - S06E25 - Who Shot Mr. Burns? (Part One) (2F16)The Simpsons - The Complete Sixth SeasonWho Shot Mr. Burns? (Part One)

(#128 - 2F16 - Season 6 Episode 25 - Disc 4)
(Written by Bill Oakley and Josh Weinstein, Directed by Jeffrey Lynch)

Springfield Elementary strikes oil, and plans to spend elaborately. Mr. Burns finds out about the oil and establishes a slant drilling operation to take it for himself. As a result Moe's Tavern is closed, the Springfield Retirement Home collapses, Bart's treehouse is destroyed and Santa's Little Helper is injured, and the school loses all of its money. Burns next decides to build a machine capable of blocking out the sun over Springfield. He fires a recalcitrant Smithers, and Homer vows revenge after Burns repeatedly fails to remember his name. After an emergency town meeting, Burns sets up the sun blocker, believing himself invincible. However, he is shot by an unidentified assailant, and collapses on the town's sundial. The plot concludes in the seventh season opener "Who Shot Mr. Burns? (Part Two)".
Guest star: Tito Puente.

1995-09-17 (Sunday)

The Simpsons - S07E01 - Who Shot Mr. Burns? (Part Two) (2F20)The Simpsons - The Complete Seventh SeasonWho Shot Mr. Burns? (Part Two)

(#129 - 2F20 - Season 7 Episode 1 - Disc 1)
(Written by Bill Oakley and Josh Weinstein, Directed by Wes Archer)

In the previous episode, Mr. Burns was shot by an unknown gunman. Waylon Smithers believes he may have shot Burns while in a drunken stupor, and turns himself in. However, it is discovered that he is innocent, so the police question several other suspects and eventually discover Simpson DNA evidence on Burns. Mr. Burns himself awakens and is only able to say "Homer Simpson". The police immediately arrest Homer, but he manages to escape. Lisa investigates the clues herself and discovers vital evidence that clears Homer but at that moment he is spotted at the hospital. Lisa, Smithers, the police and many townsfolk go to Mr. Burns' hospital room where they find Homer strangling Burns. Burns is shaken out of his daze and reveals that he was really shot by Maggie Simpson. Marge apologizes for Maggie's actions and everything returns to normal.
Guest star: Tito Puente.

1995-09-24 (Sunday)

The Simpsons - S07E02 - Radioactive Man (2F17)The Simpsons - The Complete Seventh SeasonRadioactive Man

(#130 - 2F17 - Season 7 Episode 2 - Disc 1)
(Written by John Swartzwelder, Directed by Susie Dietter)

It is decided that filming for the new Radioactive Man film will take place in Springfield and the producers decide to cast a local child in the role of Fallout Boy. Many of Springfield's children, including Bart and Milhouse, audition for the role, with the part eventually going to Milhouse. However, Milhouse decides he doesn't like being a star and flees the production. He refuses to return and play the role and the producers, having been bankrupted by Mayor Quimby and the townsfolk, decide to close production and leave town.
Guest stars: Mickey Rooney, Phil Hartman.

1995-10-01 (Sunday)

The Simpsons - S07E03 - Home Sweet Homediddly-Dum-Doodily (3F01)The Simpsons - The Complete Seventh SeasonHome Sweet Homediddly-Dum-Doodily

(#131 - 3F01 - Season 7 Episode 3 - Disc 1)
(Written by Jon Vitti, Directed by Susie Dietter)

Several misunderstandings at home and school cause child welfare to accuse Homer and Marge of being negligent parents. As a result, Bart, Lisa, and Maggie are taken away and put in the care of the Flanders family. To get their kids back, Homer and Marge must pass a parenting class, while Ned discovers the kids are not baptized and decides to do it himself. Homer and Marge are allowed to get their kids back and manage to stop the baptizing ceremony.
Guest star: Joan Kenley.

1995-10-08 (Sunday)

The Simpsons - S07E04 - Bart Sells His Soul (3F02)The Simpsons - The Complete Seventh SeasonBart Sells His Soul

(#132 - 3F02 - Season 7 Episode 4 - Disc 1)
(Written by Greg Daniels, Directed by Wes Archer)

While forced to clean the organ pipes after playing a prank against the church, Bart sells his soul to Milhouse for five dollars, to prove his point that a soul does not exist. Bart begins to regret it when weird things begin happening to him. Meanwhile, an encounter with the Hibbert family results in Moe converting Moe's Tavern to a family restaurant to make more money. The Simpson family eats there one night and after taunting from Lisa, Bart erupts and leaves to find his soul. It turns out that Milhouse had given Bart's soul to Comic Book Guy who in turn had sold it to someone else. It turns out that it was sold to Lisa, and she gives Bart his soul back. Back at the family restaurant, Moe loses his temper and swears at a child, resulting in him losing his customers and converting back to his tavern.

1995-10-15 (Sunday)

The Simpsons - S07E05 - Lisa the Vegetarian (3F03)The Simpsons - The Complete Seventh SeasonLisa the Vegetarian

(#133 - 3F03 - Season 7 Episode 5 - Disc 1)
(Written by David S. Cohen, Directed by Mark Kirkland)

After a visit with a lamb at a petting zoo, Lisa decides to become a full vegetarian. She tries to draw others towards it, but her efforts are wasted. At the same time, Homer decides to throw a barbecue and Lisa is outraged when those in attendance laugh at her suggestion of eating Gazpacho. She ruins the barbecue and after refusing to apologize to Homer, leaves. She goes to the Kwik-E-Mart and meets Apu who reveals he is a vegan and tells Lisa to be tolerant and not go pushing her own views on everyone else. Lisa apologizes to Homer, admitting she had no right to ruin his barbecue.
Guest stars: Paul McCartney and Linda McCartney.

1995-10-29 (Sunday)

The Simpsons - S07E06 - Treehouse of Horror VI (3F04)The Simpsons - The Complete Seventh SeasonTreehouse of Horror VI

(#134 - 3F04 - Season 7 Episode 6 - Disc 1)
(Written by John Swartzwelder, Steve Tompkins & David S. Cohen, Directed by Bob Anderson)

A Halloween special which is divided into three short stories:
Attack of the 50-Foot Eyesores–An ionic storm brings Springfield's oversized advertisements and billboards to life and they begin attacking the town.
Nightmare on Evergreen Terrace–In a parody of the Nightmare on Elm Street movies, Groundskeeper Willie attacks schoolchildren in their sleep to get revenge on the parents who did not save him when he burned to death.
Homer3–While finding a hiding place while preparing for an upcoming visit from Patty and Selma, Homer steps into a portal behind a bookcase that takes him into a three dimensional world.
Guest star: Paul Anka.

1995-11-05 (Sunday)

The Simpsons - S07E07 - King-Size Homer (3F05)The Simpsons - The Complete Seventh SeasonKing-Size Homer

(#135 - 3F05 - Season 7 Episode 7 - Disc 2)
(Written by Dan Greaney, Directed by Jim Reardon)

Unhappy with the Springfield Nuclear Power Plant's new exercise program, Homer decides to get on workman's comp by purposely gaining 61 pounds. He succeeds in his goal and is able to work at home. He spends a lot of his time goofing off and tries to go see a movie. When he is turned away because of his weight, Homer returns home but finds that a nuclear meltdown is about to take place at the plant. He hijacks an ice cream truck and rushes to the plant and is able to save everyone when he falls into a tank and prevents poisonous gas from escaping. As a reward, Mr. Burns guarantees to make Homer thin again, but gives up and decides to pay for a liposuction.
Guest star: Joan Kenley.

1995-11-19 (Sunday)

The Simpsons - S07E08 - Mother Simpson (3F06)The Simpsons - The Complete Seventh SeasonMother Simpson

(#136 - 3F06 - Season 7 Episode 8 - Disc 2)
(Written by Richard Appel, Directed by David Silverman)

Homer fakes his death in order to get out of working on a Saturday and is later forced to go to the records office to verify that he is alive. The clerk reveals that Homer's mother is still alive but Homer disagrees and goes to his mother's grave for proof. The grave actually belongs to Walt Whitman but Homer by chance does meet with his mother. He takes her home to meet his family, but she remains silent as to where she was for the past 27 years. The family finally forces her to reveal her secret: she was part of group of Hippie radicals in the 60s and is on the run from Mr. Burns and the FBI. Mr. Burns later discovers Mona's whereabouts and she is forced to return into hiding.
Guest stars: Glenn Close and Harry Morgan.

1995-11-26 (Sunday)

The Simpsons - S07E09 - Sideshow Bob's Last Gleaming (3F08)The Simpsons - The Complete Seventh SeasonSideshow Bob's Last Gleaming

(#137 - 3F08 - Season 7 Episode 9 - Disc 2)
(Written by Spike Feresten, Directed by Dominic Policino)

Sideshow Bob escapes from his prison guards and steals an atomic bomb at an airshow and threatens to detonate it unless Springfield gets rid of television. The city is forced to obey, but Bart and Lisa discover that Bob is hiding in the Duff blimp and confront him. Bob discovers that Krusty is still broadcasting his show, so he captures Bart and an airplane and goes on a Kamikaze mission to kill Krusty. However, he fails and is sent back to jail.
Guest stars: Kelsey Grammer and R. Lee Ermey.

1995-12-03 (Sunday)

The Simpsons - S07E10 - The SImpsons 138th Episode Spectacular (3F31)The Simpsons - The Complete Seventh SeasonThe Simpsons 138th Episode Spectacular

(#138 - 3F31 - Season 7 Episode 10 - Disc 2)
(Written by Jon Vitti as Penny Wise, Directed by David Silverman as Pound Foolish)

Troy McClure hosts a special episode of The Simpsons that gives viewers a behind the scenes look at the show. It features clips of the series' beginnings as filler on "The Tracy Ullman Show", fan mail readings, a look at the "real" Matt Groening, Simpsons trivia questions and unaired scenes from popular episodes, including the alternate ending to the "Who Shot Mr. Burns" two-parter.
Guest star: Phil Hartman.

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