"The Otto Show"

When Otto crashes the school bus, it's revealed he's never actually had a driver's license, getting him fired. Otto comes to stay with the Simpsons.

"Black Widower"

Selma reveals she has a new boyfriend from the prison pen pal system... Sideshow Bob! Although Bart suspects he's still evil, Bob proves to everyone else he's changed.

"Colonel Homer"

When Homer and Marge fight, Homer heads to a local redneck bar where he meets a beautiful bartender, Lurleen Lumpkin (Beverly D'Angelo), who he begins to manage into a successful singing career.

"Dog of Death"

When Santa's Little Helper falls ill and needs an expensive operation, the whole family makes budget cuts. The family ends up resenting a saved Helper, causing him to run away.

"Separate Vocations"

When a school vocational test reveals Bart should be a police officer and Lisa a homemaker, Bart's grades improve and he's named hall monitor while Lisa becomes a troublemaker.

"Homer at the Bat"

When the Springfield Nuclear Power Plant softball team proves to be pretty decent with Homer as the star player, Homer makes a bet with the Shelbyville Nuclear Power Plant owner.

"Bart the Lover"

Mrs. Krabappel sentence Bart to a month of detention and he seeks revenge by responding to a personal ad of hers using phony love letters.

"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.

The Simpsons Quotes

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!

Horst: (Sinister) Okay, Mr. Burns, you win. But beware. We Germans aren't all smiles and sunshine.
Mr. Burns: (Sarcastic) Oooh, the Germans are mad at me. I'm so scared! Oooh, the Germans! (Hiding behind Smithers) Uh oh, the Germans are going to get me!
Horst: Stop it!
Man: Stop, sir.
Mr. Burns: Don't let the Germans come after me. Oh no, the Germans are coming after me.
Man: Please stop the "pretending you are scared" game, please.
Horst: Stop it! Stop it!
Mr. Burns: (Pause) No! They're so big and strong!
Man: Stop it.
Horst: Stop it, Mr. Burns.
Man: Please stop pretending you are scared of us, please, now.
Mr. Burns: Oh, protect me from the Germans! The Germans--
Horst: Burns, Stop it!