Bart regrets betraying his best friend. SUN 8/7c
Homer's behavior ends a friendship before it begins.
The Simpsons turn into Legos.
Bart makes his teacher pregnant.
The Simpsons flash forward to the future.
Marge disapproves of Lisa's new boyfriend.
Homer is a world-cup referee.
Homer and Marge are accused of being art thieves.
Marge invites Grampa and two other octogenarians to live at the Simpsons’ house after the Retirement Castle is closed for health violations, but she quickly becomes frustrated with Homer when he starts embracing the “old person lifestyle.” Meanwhile, at Springfield Elementary, Bart defends Nelson’s affinity for hand-me-down underwear, leading Nelson to befriend Bart.
Lisa campaigns against genetically modified organisms. Meanwhile, Marge teaches abstinence counseling to church teens.
Bart befriends a boy (Daniel Radcliffe) and his falcon, then learns the relationship with each is more complicated than he thought.
Mr. Burns gives his employees Google-glass type eyeglasses to spy on them and Homer loves the enhanced reality of his new gadget – until Marge tries them on and he finds out she’s seeing a marriage counselor. Meanwhile Bart takes a stand against buying Nelson a Valentine’s Day card, despite buying one for every other kid in class, and Nelson delivers him an ultimatum: find him the best Valentine’s Day gift ever or be fed to the classroom electric pencil sharpener.
Comic Book Guy realizes his comics are nothing if he can’t share them with anyone. Then he meets Kumiko, a Japanese woman writing an autobiographical manga, and he seeks out Homer’s advice on how to date her, ending happily for everyone.
Homer becomes annoyed with movie theaters, so Bart teaches him how to download movies illegally. Homer is delighted with his discovery of free movies until he’s caught for piracy.
When Springfield is the only place in America with snow at Christmas, tourists flock to the town and Marge turns the Simpson home into a bed and breakfast. Meanwhile, Lisa decides to go a different way with her annual holiday gifts.
Principal Skinner promises the students that the best-behaved among them can take a ride in a submarine. When Skinner gives all the kids a clean slate, Bart believes even his own past indiscretions will be forgotten if he doesn’t get into any more trouble. Meanwhile Lisa tries to help a cash-poor Krusty to turn things around by suggesting he sell the foreign rights to his shows.
Bart can't get a girlfriend.
Lisa loses an essay competition but is congratulated by the winner for writing a bold essay.
Marge advises Lisa to "always smile and fit in", then changes her mind and tells her to "be herself."
Homer is about to get drug tested at work.
Barney challenges Joe Frazier to a fight.
Marge kicks Homer and Bart out of the house.
Homer tries to be cool
Homer walks on the buried whoopee cushions.
Ned Flanders fondly remembers Edna Krabappel.
Lisa and Mr. Burns debate over saving bees or basketball.
Homer steps into a new dimension.
Having a heart to heart talk with Bart is number four on Homer's list of things to do before dying, so he teaches him life's "three little sentences" and how to shave.
Homer uses too much lighter fluid on his grill.
Homer finds out his dad is gay.
Bart pays a visit to the number one prankster in the history of his school.
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