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Homer joins the secret society of the Stonecutters and is suddenly exalted when the brethren discover his birthmark. The ancient order is shaken to the core by the ineptitude of its new Chosen One.
The episode was rated 8,27 from 668 votes.
When Springfield gets a sudden windfall, a charismatic traveling salesman convinces the town to build a monorail.
The episode was rated 8,24 from 736 votes.
Mr. Burns makes many enemies when he steals the oil discovered beneath Springfield Elementary.
The episode was rated 8,24 from 596 votes.
The Simpsons go incognito to avoid the newly paroled Sideshow Bob, who's out to get Bart.
The episode was rated 8,22 from 844 votes.
Homer tries to gain sixty pounds so he can stay home on disability. When he nearly causes a catastrophe at the plant, Homer reconsiders his plan.
The episode was rated 8,18 from 736 votes.
Lack of beer and cable TV make Homer a crazed killer; the present is altered by a time-traveling Homer; and Principal Skinner turns detention students into food.
The episode was rated 8,17 from 839 votes.
Homer witnesses something out of this world in Springfield woods, but no one believes him -- not even FBI agents Fox Mulder and Dana Scully, who come to investigate the incident.
The episode was rated 8,16 from 621 votes.
In an idyllic planned community, Homer works for a new boss who has trouble with the government. Meanwhile, the rest of the family has difficulty dealing with the bucolic burg.
The episode was rated 8,15 from 782 votes.
A hardworking new employee at the power plant is consumed with resentment at Homer's undeserved success.
The episode was rated 8,14 from 610 votes.
With Mr. Burns shot, Chief Wiggum investigates the crime, and nearly everyone in town has a motive. At the end, it all comes down to the Simpson DNA.
The episode was rated 8,14 from 675 votes.
The story of Maggie's birth is told in flashbacks: after Homer quits the Springfield Nuclear Power Plant to pursue his dream of working at a bowling alley, Marge reveals that she is pregnant.
The episode was rated 8,14 from 571 votes.
When Bart is forced to assist Principal Skinner in early-morning astronomy observations, he discovers a giant comet heading towards Springfield. Facing impending doom, the entire town shows up at the Flanders family bomb shelter.
The episode was rated 8,11 from 588 votes.
Homer and Barney become competitors in the snow-plowing business.
The episode was rated 8,11 from 761 votes.
On a family vacation, Lisa tries on a new identity to fit in with the other kids at the beach. Jealous, Bart reveals her true nerdiness to the group.
The episode was rated 8,10 from 503 votes.
The simmering rivalry between Springfield and a neighboring town heats up when Shelbyville kids steal Springfield's prized lemon tree.
The episode was rated 8,08 from 546 votes.
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