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Bart falls into a coma after being struck by lightening.
The episode was rated 7.51 from 860 votes.
As future Lisa writes her college application essay for Harvard, she recalls past disappointing birthdays that helped shape her.
The episode was rated 7.34 from 1042 votes.
When Bart goes missing, the town puts together a search party to find him. After most give up hope, Sideshow Bob manipulates Millhouse into revealing where Bart is hiding.
The episode was rated 7.33 from 1082 votes.
Maggie becomes possessed by an ancient demon, Lisa discovers a creepy/perfect version of her family in an alternate universe and Homer cannibalizes himself.
The episode was rated 7.30 from 1472 votes.
Grampa makes a confession to Homer while on his deathbed. After his recovery, he comes to realize that this issue will not be easy to reconcile.
The episode was rated 7.30 from 795 votes.
When the Simpsons go to a STEM conference, Lisa falls for a crooning jazz pianist named Brendan. Meanwhile, Bart discovers that he has an affinity for chemistry
The episode was rated 7.29 from 1026 votes.
Homer and the guys try helping Moe cheer up by getting their old bowling team back together again, but they soon face a team of arrogant millionaires.
The episode was rated 7.28 from 1070 votes.
Homer gets Flanders a job at the plant, and he soon learns that no good deed goes unpunished when Flanders starts to insist on carpools and demands more from Homer's work performance. Meanwhile, Marge feels as though their marriage has lost its spark.
The episode was rated 7.27 from 797 votes.
Homer and Marge follow Moe after the bar closes early and discover him and his father fighting. The Simpsons, after finding out that Moe has been excommunicated from his family for years, attempt to bring them back together.
The episode was rated 7.24 from 805 votes.
When Homer is accused of stealing a million-dollar painting, only a detective from the 1970s can clear his name.
The episode was rated 7.21 from 898 votes.
The Simpsons go to Denmark so Grampa can benefit from its free health-care system.
The episode was rated 7.21 from 808 votes.
Frustrated with the local government, Marge decides to run for Mayor. To win public support, she begins making Homer the butt of her jokes.
The episode was rated 7.18 from 1130 votes.
In a magical medieval world, Marge's mother is turned into an Ice Walker and the only way for Homer to afford the cure is to force Lisa to use illegal magic. When the King discovers this, he kidnaps Lisa, and Homer must lead a feudal uprising to save her.
The episode was rated 7.16 from 1706 votes.
Mr. Burns will build a doomsday ark after he believes that the end of the world is near when he sees an old Orson Welles show about Nostradamus. Meanwhile, Professor Frink comes up with a new way of testing everyone in Springfield after Burns wants a test to determine who should go on a spaceship with him.
The episode was rated 7.15 from 1005 votes.
Grampa gets a hearing aid and finally hears what everyone has been saying about him. Meanwhile, Mr. Skinner discovers that his mother has kept the ultimate secret from him.
The episode was rated 7.15 from 1123 votes.
Last updated: jan 30, 2023
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