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).
When the guys split a winning lottery ticket, they are stunned when Carl disappears with the money.
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.
A suicide attempt gone awry prompts Marge to buy Moe a fancy new suit to improve his outlook on life.
A new preacher comes to Springfield Presbylutheran and wins the congregation's affections.
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 and Milhouse discover that they can convince everyone Milhouse is his dad. Meanwhile, Homer discovers a hidden talent for finding hidden pictures.
Love is a Many-Splintered Thing. Bart looks back at love from middle age in this homage to Annie Hall. With guest stars Zooey Deschanel, Benedict Cumberbatch and Presidential historian Robert Caro.
Marge and Homer nearly suffocate in a revolving door during a tornado. They realize they do not have suitable guardians for their children. Guest voice: Rashida Jones.
Bart must pass a test to save Springfield Elementary. Meanwhile, Homer finds a working parking meter and uses it to steal quarters beyond his wildest dreams.
A trip to a childrens' playhouse turns into a near-death experience for Homer. He meets preppers (including Tom Waits) who help him get ready for the imminent end of the world.
While playing a civilization-building Internet game, Homer loses the family dog. Grampa reveals that Homer himself had a dog as a boy--one that he had to give up.
Portland comes to Springfield in the form of Homer's new hipster neighbors. While Homer loves the designer donuts, Marge is none too crazy about the breast-feeding mafia.