The Simpsons Season 5
Sick of being called slow, Homer signs up to teach a marriage class.
At Maggie's first birthday party, Grampa falls for Marge's mother, Jackie.
Bart plays hooky from school and becomes a witness to the Mayor's son's supposed assault of a waiter.
Bart accidentally gets Principal Skinner fired when he brings his dog in to class.
Mr. Burns' near-death experience drives him to pick an heir to his fortune when he dies. Mr. Burns chooses Bart, who goes to live with him.
After winning a radio contest, Bart chooses the gag gift and ends up with a pet elephant, Stampy.
Homer begins to like Flanders thanks to the friendly neighbor inviting him to a football game.
In an effort to get higher television rating, NASA tries to send an average Joe to space and choose Homer.
When Lisa is offended by the new Malibu Stacey's anti-feminist slogans, she seeks out the creator, Stacey.
After sneaking away on a school trip and onto the Krusty set, he gets a job as Krusty's assistant. Soon, he finds himself in a skit and famous after uttering the line, "I didn't do it."
After a crime wave hits Springfield and the burglar steals Lisa's saxophone, Homer joins Flanders' neighborhood watch to stop it.
With the local economy has trouble, Springfield decides to legalize gambling and Mr. Burns opens a casino.
Homer and a new female co-worker, Mindy Simmons, share a mutual attraction.
After finding $20 and going on a Slurpee binge, Bart wakes up as a member of "The Junior Campers."
Marge tries to become more fun with the help of self-help guru, Brad Goodman, who encourages the whole town to act more like Bart.
Marge and her neighbor, Ruth Powers go out for a girls' night. Homer and Chief Wiggum end up chasing them down when Ruth reveals she stole the car from her ex-husband.
After a failed birthday party, Mr. Burns yearns for his childhood teddy bear, Mr. Bobo, who ended up in the hands of Maggie.
After failing a test at the power plant reveals Homer never got a college degree, he goes back to college to complete his degree.
After Bob receives threatening letters from Sideshow Bob, who is released from prison, The Simpsons family is relocated.
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