The Simpsons Season 19

"All About Lisa"

Lisa becomes Krusty the Clown's new assistant and steals his spotlight, earning a spinoff show and Entertainer of the Year at the Springfield Media Awards.

"Mona Leaves-a"

Mona Simpson returns, her days of activism are over. But when she unexpectedly passes away, Homer feels guilty for not expressing his love before her death.

"Any Given Sundance"

Lisa creates a hit documentary about her family for a school project and enters it into the Sundance Film Festival. Homer, Bart and Marge become embarrassed.

"Apocalypse Cow"

When Bart and Lisa save a cow, Lou, from going to the slaughterhouse, they give it to Mary, a farm girl. Her father mistakenly believes it as a token of marriage.

"Papa Don't Leech"

Lisa discovers that Springfield hasn't collected millions of dollars worth of taxes. As a result, the town starts collecting and the only remaining debtor is Lurleen Lumpkin.

"Smoke on the Daughter"

Lisa becomes a ballerina at an academy and discovers that her natural talent is enhanced by second hand cigarette smoke from the other dancers.

"Dial N For Nerder"

Homer goes on a diet, but cheats on it, and Marge hires a TV show to keep track of his diet and make sure he is being honest.

"The Debarted"

A new student named Donny comes to Springfield Elementary and Bart thinks he has found the ultimate partner for pranks. However, these pranks backfire and Bart begins to suspect a rat.

"Love, Springfieldian Style"

On Valentine's Day, the Simpson family gets stuck in a tunnel; to pass off time, Homer to begins to tell a romantic tale about Bonnie and Clyde.

"That 90's Show"

After discovering Marge's diploma, Homer recounts the story of how he gave up his dreams of being a musician so Marge could attend Springfield University.

"E Pluribus Wiggum"

Homer burns down Springfield's fast-food restaurants. In order to rebuild them, Mayor Quimby moves up election day, making Springfield's primary election the first in the nation.

"Eternal Moonshine of the Simpson Mind"

Homer wakes up in the snow with no memory from the night before, and Moe informs him he drank a "Forget-Me-Shot," a drink powerful enough to rid the previous 24 hours from a user's mind.

"Funeral for a Fiend"

The Simpsons decide to go to a rib restaurant, and after arriving, they discover Sideshow Bob, who once again attempts to murder the entire family.

"Husbands and Knives"

When a new comic book store, "Coolsville Comics & Toys" owned by a friendlier owner named Milo opens up directly across the street, Comic Book Guy competes for his customers.

"Little Orphan Millie"

Remarried Kirk and Luann go on a honeymoon cruise; however, the boat tips, causing the two to topple into the sea and are later presumed dead. As such, Milhouse decides to act like a real man.

"Treehouse of Horror XVIII"

The nineteenth season's annual trio of Halloween stories, all of which are movie parodies: E.T., Mr. and Mrs. Smith and Se7en are parodied.

"I Don't Wanna Know Why the Caged Bird Sings"

While waiting in line at the bank, Marge befriends a man named Dwight, who later holds up the bank. Marge manages to convinces him to turn himself in.

"Midnight Towboy"

After touring neighboring town Guidopolis, Homer ends up having his car towed by a tow truck driver named Louie, who introduces Homer to the joy of towing cars for a living.

"Homer of Seville"

After a freak accident, Homer lands in the hospital where Doctor Hibbert informs him he developed an ability to sing in an operatic voice, only when he's lying on his back.

"He Loves to Fly and He D'ohs"

After Homer saves Mr. Burns from drowning, Mr. Burns rewards him with a dinner and a flight on his corporate jet. Enjoying the luxury, he vows to never fly the regular way again.

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The Simpsons Season 19 Quotes

Why do I need another penny? I have billions. Still, if I don't take it, that hoodlum over there might.

Mr. Burns

Homer: One small coffee, please. And a bunch of those placemats with the mazes on them.
Pimple-Faced Kid: They're all the same maze.
Homer: Somebody's gotta do 'em.