Bart can't get a girlfriend.
Lisa loses an essay competition but is congratulated by the winner for writing a bold essay.
Marge takes Halloween candy from the kids and replaces it with healthy items.
Tress MacNeille's Crazy Cat Lady always makes Matt Groening laugh.
Marge advises Lisa to "always smile and fit in", then changes her mind and tells her to "be herself."
Homer attends job training to prepare for his part-time job working as Santa Claus.
Barney challenges Joe Frazier to a fight.
Homer freaks out when he hears that Barney's Bowl-o-rama burnt down.
At the elementary school show, Lisa performs as a fire dancer in "Santas of Many Lands" and Bart gets reprimanded for singing "Jingle Bells, Batman Smells..."
Homer tries to be cool
Series creator/executive producer Matt Groening, and executive producers Al Jean and Matt Selman talk about the beauty of the Simpson short clips and how the series was a pioneer for cartoons.
Homer walks on the buried whoopee cushions.
Mr. Burns is revived from his death wish.
Gary Larson works as the in-house cartoonist at Capital City Nuclear.
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.
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