Lisa's new best friend is a Republican!
Homer delivers the goods.
Homer revisits his childhood to-do list.
A funeral causes Springfield residents to reconsider past decisions.
New hair-raising tales.
Homer returns from a trip a different man from when he left--which greatly disturbs Lisa. She calls the FBI and uncovers a very surprising plot.
This Season Pass includes all current episodes and will include future episodes after broadcast date as they become available. Celebrate The Simpsons' record- annihilating 25th season. Opening with a one two punch of Homerland and The Treehouse of Horror XXIV, this season features notables like Elisabeth Moss, Zach Galifianakis, Eva Longoria, and Stan Lee PLUS a horrifying "couch gag" by Guillermo Del Toro. Many more surprises in store, so don't delay--download today!
When Marge tries to buy Homer snack cakes for their anniversary, she winds up meeting a married man who shares a common love of British Television (voice of Seth Macfarlane). Ignorant of all, Homer attempts to secretly construct a romantic anniversary train in the Simpsons back yard.
When the guys split a winning lottery ticket, they are stunned when Carl disappears with the money. In tracking him down, they discover surprising secrets about his past.
Bart takes piano lessons because his teacher is a beautiful young girl. But he disappoints his mother with his lack of talent at a recital. Meanwhile, Homer loses his top two hairs and becomes completely bald.
A suicide attempt gone awry prompts Marge to buy Moe a fancy new suit to improve his outlook on life. He starts a homemade bourbon brewery and gets an IPO at the Springfield stock exchange -- then loses the suit that got him there.
After a terrifying bedbug scare, a new teacher comes to Springfield Presbylutheran and wins the congregation's affections--sending Reverend Lovejoy into the unholy world of hot tub sales.
A fight during a long-planned lunch prompts Homer to learn the four f's of dealing with a woman. Meanwhile Milhouse discovers the secret to Lisa's heart in an old black-and-white film.
Springfield's Easter is ruined by a prank and all fingers point to Bart. It is up to Lisa to save her brother, in a student court presided over by Attorney General Janet Reno. Meanwhile, inspired by an old comic book, Mr. Burns becomes an ineffectual superhero--fruit bat man.
Lisa gets picked on by a bully who happens to be her teacher, and cannot figure out the reason why. Meanwhile, Flanders finally gets fed up and punches Homer in the eye--then desperately begs his neighboreeno for forgiveness Homer won't provide.
The Simpsons discover Grampa was a "bad guy" pro wrestler in the '50s. Then they are alarmed to see Bart begin to adopt Grampa's worst qualities.
Bart's prank has Skinner believing that President Obama wants him included in the group taking a ride in a submarine. SUN 8/7c
Skinner dreams that he's the toughest, most feared principal in the West. SUN 8/7c
The Simpsons go to China after a scheme of Selma's goes too far.
Homer becomes an ordained Minister when Springfield legalizes gay marriage.
Bart and Lisa get a glimpse into their future.
Homer meets a new friend who everyone thinks is imaginary.
Homer tries to predict the end of the world.
After Principal Skinner promises the school that the most well-behaved among them will get to ride in a submarine, it's damn the torpedoes and full speed ahead as Bart sets course on becoming a model student. Meanwhile, Lisa suggests a cash-strapped Krusty sell the foreign rights to his shows.
Tress MacNeille's Crazy Cat Lady always makes Matt Groening laugh.
Homer remembers his Lamaze skills when he’s forced to deliver a baby in an elevator. All-New at a special time, SUN 9/8c
Milhouse realizes that Bart pushes his way into doing everything first. SUN 8/7c
Watch a special coming-of-age "Itchy & Scratch Show" short! All-New at a special time, SUN 9/8c
Homer pays Comic Book Guy just ten bucks to rent all the equipment to recreate a monster movie scene. SUN 8/7c
Guest stars include Kristen,Wiig, Elizabeth Moss, Rachel Maddow, Zach Galifianakis, Stan Lee, Harlan Ellison and a SIMPSONS/FUTURAMA crossover!
Matt Groening reveals one of his inspirations for the show, the "Dennis the Menace" series based on the popular comic strip.