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Watch The Simpsons Season 2 Episode 1
"Bart Gets an F"
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When Bart fails a test he has one more chance to pass it or risk failing the fourth great. After praying for a miracle, Bart gets a blizzard and a chance to study.

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Watch The Simpsons Season 1 Episode 13
"Some Enchanted Evening"
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While Homer and Marge are out trying to rekindle their marriage, they leave the kids home with a diabolical serial killer.

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Watch The Simpsons Season 1 Episode 12
"Krusty Gets Busted"
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When Krusty is arrested for committing armed robbery, Bart sets out on a quest to clear his idol's name.

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Watch The Simpsons Season 1 Episode 11
"The Crepes of Wrath"
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Bart is sent to France as part of a student exchange program and is forced to learn French to survive.

Homer and the Belly Dancer
Watch The Simpsons Season 1 Episode 10
"Homer's Night Out"
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When a photo of Homer with a belly dancer from a bachelor party hits the town, Homer has to teach Bart that women are not objects.

Marge's Birthday
Watch The Simpsons Season 1 Episode 9
"Life on the Fast Lane"
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When Homer gives Marge a gift for himself for her birthday (a bowling ball), Marge contemplates having an affair with a local womanizer.

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Watch The Simpsons Season 1 Episode 8
"The Telltale Head"
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Bart tries to impress his friends by vandalizing the Jebediah Springfield statue, enraging the whole town.

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Watch The Simpsons Season 1 Episode 7
"The Call of the Simpsons"
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When Homer purchases an RV and takes the family camping, he is mistaken for Bigfoot.

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Watch The Simpsons Season 1 Episode 6
"Moaning Lisa"
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When Lisa has the blues she befriends a Jazz musician Bleeding Gums Murphy; Bart and Homer fight in a boxing video game.

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Watch The Simpsons Season 1 Episode 5
"Bart the General"
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Grandpa Simpson helps Bart wage a war against the school bully, Nelson Muntz.

You should watch The Simpsons online and see for yourself why The Simpsons is by far the longest running sitcom at twenty-six seasons and counting along with a full length feature film. The comedy is considered one of the best television series of all time and is the winner of numerous awards including thirty-one Primetime Emmy awards. The series centers around a middle-class family and their interactions with their friends, neighbors, and the rest of the citizens of the fictional town of Springfield. When you watch The Simpsons online you should expect plenty of laughs, crazy hijinks, and even some heartfelt moments. The annual Treehouse of Horrors Halloween specials are some of the series’ best installments. Notice how much the animation evolves from the early seasons to the current episodes. Pay close attention to the writing on the chalkboard in each episode’s opening credits and be impressed by the creative couch gags. You’ll be surprised by the hundreds of celebrity guests who have lent their voices to the show over the years including Kelsey Grammer, Phil Hartman, Michael Jackson, Paul McCartney, Dustin Hoffman, Glenn Close, Meryl Streep, and countless others. The Simpsons is full of pop-culture references and parodies of everything from James Bond to Mary Poppins. Watch The Simpsons online now and see what you have been missing.

The Simpsons Quotes

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.


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!