The Simpsons

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"Homer Alone"

The family's dependence on Marge sends her stressed self to a spa for a break. Homer, meanwhile, has to take care of Maggie while Bart and Lisa spend time with Patty and Selma.

"Lisa the Greek"

When Homer learns that Lisa is able to pick the winning football teams, he begins to bond with her over sports.

"Radio Bart"

When Bart's birthday party turns into a disaster, he uses his AM radio gift to play pranks on the townspeople. Eventually he uses it to pretend to be a boy stuck in a well, and the whole town comes to his aid.

"I Married Marge"

Worrying she might again be pregnant, Marge heads to Dr. Hibbert's for a pregnancy test. While awaiting results, Homer tells the children the story of how Marge and he got a quickie marriage.

"Burns Verkaufen der Kraftwerk"

When German businessmen plan to buy the Nuclear Powerplant, all the employees stand to make a lot of money for their stock options. Well everyone, except Homer, who already sold his.

"Flaming Moe's"

When Homer teaches Moe a secret drink he made that involves cough syrup and lighting it on fire, the "Flaming Homer," Moe steals the recipe for his bar.

"Saturdays of Thunder"

After taking a parenting quiz, Homer realizes he knows nothing about Bart. He tries to bond with his son by building him a cart for the Soapbox Derby.

"Lisa's Pony"

When Lisa needs a reed for her saxophone for a recital, Homer forgets to buy her one in time. He feels so guilty he buys her the one thing she's always wanted, a pony.

"Treehouse of Horror II"

Homer, Bart and Lisa eat a ton of candy causing each of them to have their own respective nightmares.

"Like Father, Like Clown"

When Krusty comes to the Simpsons' house for dinner, he reveals he's Jewish and his father disowned him for becoming a clown and not pursuing a career as a rabbi.

The Simpsons Quotes

Wow, now I see why they call you Miss Hoover. You must have been vacuuming for an hour.

Bart

Homer: (Wearing glasses) The sum of the square roots of any two sides of an isosceles triangle is equal to the square root of the remaining side!
Man: (From inside a bathroom stall.) That's a right triangle, you idiot!
Homer: D'oh!

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