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Flanders begins dating Mrs. Krabappel, but is concerned with her past history with the many men of Springfield.
The Simpsons discover a set of keys that can open any door in Springfield and soon discover a hidden classroom.
Homer discovers a hidden talent where he can give amazing haircuts and opens up a successful salon. Milhouse gains the affection of a popular fifth grader, Taffy (Kristen Schaal), making Lisa jealous.
When Selma marries Fat Tony, Marge fears she's going to lose her sister to her new lifestyle. Meanwhile, Bart learns he can smell out truffles.
Lisa becomes friends with an old magician and learns the secrets behind one of Houdini's greatest tricks.
When Homer embarrasses Bart by making him wet himself on a jumbo tron, Homer is stuck seeing Dr. Zander (Paul Rudd) to improve as a parent.
Cheech and Chong (guest voicing themselves) go on tour and invite Homer along.
Lisa discovers a flower that makes aggressive creatures get along; Grampa is forced to come live with The Simpsons.
When Bart's Internet short, Angry Dad, is turned into an award-winning movie, Homer takes all the credit.
Marge tries to stop dying her hair blue, while Homer tries to be Moe's wingman in "The Blue and the Gray."
Homer tries to mimic the father of a 1980s sitcom he becomes obsessed with.
Smither helps Moe convert his pub into the local gay bar while Principal Skinner uses Bart to get closer to the art teacher (Kristen Wiig).
Bart tries to figure out how he got a scar, leading Marge to rekindle things with an old group of friends.
Jon Hamm lends his voice and likeness to this episode of The Simpsons. He appears on the classic sitcom
Martha Stewart guest stars on this episode of The Simpsons. It's the show's Christmas special.
Bart helps save an injured pigeon that Santa's Little Helper ends up eating.
Lisa stands up for Mr. Burns when Homer and the town tries to take advantage of his condition.
Lisa learns about family values when she learns what Marge did so Lisa could attend her dream school.
The 21st Treehouse of Horror is divided into three stories: "War and Pieces," "Tweenlight" and "Master and Cadaver."
L.A. Angels manager Mike Scioscia gives Bart some sound advice on The Simpsons.
Lisa helps Nelson's bicycle company and seeks advice from Nobel Prize winner Muhammad Yunus and Mark Zuckerberg.
Homer accompanies Krusty to accept his Nobel peace prize, while Lisa attends a performing arts camp.