Skinner and Patty

Skinner and Patty

When Homer tries to set up Principal Skinner with Selma, he ends up falling for her sister, Patty instead.
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Homer Steals Cable

Homer Steals Cable

Homer gets illegal cable and as much as he's enjoying the stations, Lisa begins to guilt him.
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Young Homer and Marge

Young Homer and Marge

In a flashback, we learn how Homer and Marge met in high school back in 1974.
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Homer vs the Blowfish

Homer vs the Blowfish

When Homer orders a Blowfish sushi, he ends up being told he has 22 hours to live.
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Bart in the Hospital

Bart in the Hospital

After Mr. Burns hits Bart while he's riding his bike, the family's lawyer suggest they sue.
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Itchy and Scratchy

Itchy and Scratchy

Marge goes up against the creators of the iconic cartoon without a cartoon, The Itchy & Scratchy show.
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Bare the Daredevil Picture

Bare the Daredevil Picture

Homer tries to stop Bart the Daredevil from jumping the Springfield gorge and ends up on the skateboard himself.
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Bart Ruins Thanksgiving

Bart Ruins Thanksgiving

After ruining Thanksgiving for The Simpsons family, Bart runs away.
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Bart Putts

Bart Putts

Everyone watches on as Bart takes a shot in the big mini golf tournament against Todd Flanders.
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Dancin' Homer Picture

Dancin' Homer Picture

Homer becomes the Springfield Isotopes' mascot, Dancin' Homer and eventually gets promoted to the team in Capital City.
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The Three-Eyed Fish

The Three-Eyed Fish

Marge servers Mr. Burns a three-eyed fish that the contamination from his nuclear power plant caused.
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The Simpsons do The Raven

The Simpsons do The Raven

In the first Simpsons Tree House of Horror, the Simpsons retell the classic Edgar Allan Poe poem, "The Raven."
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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!

You know, you remind me of a poem I can't remember, and a song that may never have existed, and a place I'm not sure I've ever been to.

Grampa