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When a new show featuring a ventriloquist Arthur Crandall and his dummy, Gabbo dominates Krusty in the rankings, Krusty loses his job.
When Springfield is hit with Osaka Flu, an exhausted Marge accidentally forgets to pay for a bottle of bourbon at the Kwik-E-Mart and is arrested for shoplifting.
After a bad episode of Itchy & Scratchy, Bart and Lisa write their own episode, but it's rejected due to their age. The kids resubmit it under Grampa's name.
When Bart's April Fools' prank (shaking Homer's beer can to the point of it exploding) puts Homer in a coma in the hospital, we get a clip show.
When Mr. Burns cancels the dental plan just as Lisa needs braces, Homer convinces his co-workers not to give up the plan and becomes the new head of the union.
After a tour of the Duff Brewery, Homer gets a DUI on the way home and after losing his license and attending AA meetings, Marge convinces Homer to give up beer.
On Valentine's Day, Lisa feels bad for Ralph and gives him a card. Ralph mistakes Lisa's pity for love and invites her to Krusty's 29th Anniversary Special.
When Homer forgets to pick up Bart at soccer practice, a fed up Bart joins the "Big Brother" program and is given Tom (Phil Hartman). Meanwhile, Lisa becomes addicted to a 900 number.
After Marge's Great aunt Gladys Bouvier dies, her video will tells Patty and Selma not to die alone like her. Selma decides she wants a baby.
When Mr. Burns is caught illegally storing excess nuclear waste, he's forced to award the town $3 mllion. Traveling salesman, Lyle Lanley (Phil Hartman) convinces the town to spend the money on a monorail.
When Homer has clogged arteries, he needs to go under a triple bypass surgery. When he can't afford the $40,000 surgery by Dr. Hibbert, he elects the $129.95 operation by Dr. Nick.
While trying to get Maggie to say her first word, Marge retells the story of how Lisa was born and said her first word.
When The Simpsons new neighbors, Ruth Powers (Pamela Reed) and her daughter, Laura (Sara Gilbert) move in, Bart crushes on Laura.
When the house needs expensive repairs, Marge gets a job at the Springfield Nuclear Power Plant and soon becomes the object of affection for Mr. Burns.
In order to push Bart and ensure his dream of his son becoming a Supreme Court Justice one day, Homer bans Bart from ever seeing the "Itchy & Scratchy" movie.
When Lisa's self esteem is shattered by a drawing of her, Homer sacrifices his Duff blimp tickets to enter her into a beauty pageant.
When Homer skips Church one Sunday and realizes the freedom that comes with it, he invents his own religion.
Marge is cast the lead in a local production of A Streetcar Named Desire. Meanwhile, Maggie goes up against her strict daycare attendant.