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The first HD season of The Simpsons! Springfield builds a wall to fend off its neighbors, Lisa takes a drug that fills the world with smiley faces, and Marge falls victim to an erotic cake baker.

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The first HD season of The Simpsons! Springfield builds a wall to fend off its neighbors, Lisa takes a drug that fills the world with smiley faces, and Marge falls victim to an erotic cake baker.

    • EPISODE 1

    Sex, Pies & Idiot Scrapes

    Homer is sent to jail after a booze-free brawl at the Springfield St. Patrick's Day parade. When he goes to get his bail bond, Homer meets Lucky Jim (guest voice Robert Forster) and "Wolf the Bounty Hunter" and decides to try his own hand at the lucrative but deadly profession. Homer the Bounty Hunter teams up with Ned Flanders to create the most unlikely bounty-hunting duo, but when Homer's new no-mercy attitude gets the best of him, Flanders is less than impressed. Meanwhile, unbeknownst to her, Marge begins working at an erotic bakery.

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    • 21 Minutes

    Homer is sent to jail after a booze-free brawl at the Springfield St. Patrick's Day parade. When he goes to get his bail bond, Homer meets Lucky Jim (guest voice Robert Forster) and "Wolf the Bounty Hunter" and decides to try his own hand at the lucrative but deadly profession. Homer the Bounty Hunter teams up with Ned Flanders to create the most unlikely bounty-hunting duo, but when Homer's new no-mercy attitude gets the best of him, Flanders is less than impressed. Meanwhile, unbeknownst to her, Marge begins working at an erotic bakery.

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    • 21 Minutes
    • EPISODE 2

    Lost Verizon

    In order to save up money to buy a cell phone, Bart takes a job at a country club retrieving golf balls. While at the course, Bart watches celebrities, including Leary playing a round. When Leary's cell phone rings just as he is about to take a swing, he furiously throws the phone in the air and it lands right next to Bart. Bart decides to keep the cell and makes prank calls to all over the world pretending to be Leary. He even accepts a job offer from famed producer Grazer to star in the film version of "Everyone Poops." When Marge discovers what Bart has been up to, she confiscates the device and calls Leary to return the phone. But Leary has a better idea, and instructs Marge to activate the GPS system on the phone so she can track Bart's every move. Bart quickly catches on and devises a plan that sends the family on a wild goose chase all the way to Machu Picchu.

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    • 21 Minutes

    In order to save up money to buy a cell phone, Bart takes a job at a country club retrieving golf balls. While at the course, Bart watches celebrities, including Leary playing a round. When Leary's cell phone rings just as he is about to take a swing, he furiously throws the phone in the air and it lands right next to Bart. Bart decides to keep the cell and makes prank calls to all over the world pretending to be Leary. He even accepts a job offer from famed producer Grazer to star in the film version of "Everyone Poops." When Marge discovers what Bart has been up to, she confiscates the device and calls Leary to return the phone. But Leary has a better idea, and instructs Marge to activate the GPS system on the phone so she can track Bart's every move. Bart quickly catches on and devises a plan that sends the family on a wild goose chase all the way to Machu Picchu.

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    • 21 Minutes
    • EPISODE 3

    Double Double Boy In Trouble

    When Lenny wins the lottery and invites the Simpson family to a celebratory party at a posh hotel, Bart meets his doppelganger, Simon Woosterfield, who happens to be a member of the richest family in Springfield. Simon and Bart decide to switch places, and Bart arrives at the lavish Woosterfield mansion only to find football great Joe Montana hanging around the estate. As Simon adjusts to the simple life over at the Simpson household, Bart begins to notice his wealthy new siblings acting strangely toward him. With some frightening words of wisdom from Mr. Burns, Bart realizes his new siblings are plotting his demise so they can inherit the Woosterfield family fortune all for themselves.

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    • 21 Minutes

    When Lenny wins the lottery and invites the Simpson family to a celebratory party at a posh hotel, Bart meets his doppelganger, Simon Woosterfield, who happens to be a member of the richest family in Springfield. Simon and Bart decide to switch places, and Bart arrives at the lavish Woosterfield mansion only to find football great Joe Montana hanging around the estate. As Simon adjusts to the simple life over at the Simpson household, Bart begins to notice his wealthy new siblings acting strangely toward him. With some frightening words of wisdom from Mr. Burns, Bart realizes his new siblings are plotting his demise so they can inherit the Woosterfield family fortune all for themselves.

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    • 21 Minutes
    • EPISODE 4

    Treehouse of Horror XIX

    Three chilling tales of Halloween horror unwind in THE SIMPSONS annual "Treehouse of Horror" Halloween special. First, Transformer-like robots duke it out in Springfield in "Untitled Robot Parody." Then Homer kills off celebrities so their likenesses can be exploited free-of-charge in "How to Get Ahead in Dead-Vertising." And in "It's the Grand Pumpkin, Milhouse," Lisa accompanies Milhouse to a pumpkin patch to await the appearance of the Grand Pumpkin, but when he finally appears, the Grand Pumpkin goes on a rampage to avenge all the pumpkins carved and tortured in the name of Halloween. Also, the highly-anticipated episode opener features Homer Simpson as he attempts to cast his ballot for the 2008 Presidential election with a deadly twist.

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    • 21 Minutes

    Three chilling tales of Halloween horror unwind in THE SIMPSONS annual "Treehouse of Horror" Halloween special. First, Transformer-like robots duke it out in Springfield in "Untitled Robot Parody." Then Homer kills off celebrities so their likenesses can be exploited free-of-charge in "How to Get Ahead in Dead-Vertising." And in "It's the Grand Pumpkin, Milhouse," Lisa accompanies Milhouse to a pumpkin patch to await the appearance of the Grand Pumpkin, but when he finally appears, the Grand Pumpkin goes on a rampage to avenge all the pumpkins carved and tortured in the name of Halloween. Also, the highly-anticipated episode opener features Homer Simpson as he attempts to cast his ballot for the 2008 Presidential election with a deadly twist.

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    • 21 Minutes
    • EPISODE 5

    Dangerous Curves

    When the Simpson family takes a road trip to a cabin in the woods, a series of flashbacks depict Homer and Marge's blissful courtship and their early married years. They recall their first encounter with Flanders and Maude twenty years prior at the very same cabins, where Flanders insisted the unmarried Homer and Marge stay in separate rooms. Later, they recall when they each met distracting members of the opposite sex who nearly wooed Homer and Marge away from each other. Bart and Lisa also reflect on happier times from their early childhood. Despite the obstacles and the passing of time, Homer and Marge are able to see the forest for the trees. The episode is based on the classic Audrey Hepburn/Albert Finney film "Two for the Road."

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    • 21 Minutes

    When the Simpson family takes a road trip to a cabin in the woods, a series of flashbacks depict Homer and Marge's blissful courtship and their early married years. They recall their first encounter with Flanders and Maude twenty years prior at the very same cabins, where Flanders insisted the unmarried Homer and Marge stay in separate rooms. Later, they recall when they each met distracting members of the opposite sex who nearly wooed Homer and Marge away from each other. Bart and Lisa also reflect on happier times from their early childhood. Despite the obstacles and the passing of time, Homer and Marge are able to see the forest for the trees. The episode is based on the classic Audrey Hepburn/Albert Finney film "Two for the Road."

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    • 21 Minutes
    • EPISODE 6

    Homer & Lisa Exchange Cross Words

    Lisa discovers her amazing talent for doing crossword puzzles and becomes an expert cruciverbalist, and she soon enters a citywide crossword puzzle tournament. Homer, short on cash after abandoning his "Sweet Conclusions" professional break-up artist business, goes to cheer Lisa on at her tournament and discovers an underground crossword puzzle betting ring. In the ultimate betrayal, Homer profits from betting against Lisa in the championship match. When the heartbroken Lisa finds out, Homer must spell out his love for her with a little help from New York Times crossword puzzle editor Will Shortz and master crossword constructor Merl Reagle.

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    • 22 Minutes

    Lisa discovers her amazing talent for doing crossword puzzles and becomes an expert cruciverbalist, and she soon enters a citywide crossword puzzle tournament. Homer, short on cash after abandoning his "Sweet Conclusions" professional break-up artist business, goes to cheer Lisa on at her tournament and discovers an underground crossword puzzle betting ring. In the ultimate betrayal, Homer profits from betting against Lisa in the championship match. When the heartbroken Lisa finds out, Homer must spell out his love for her with a little help from New York Times crossword puzzle editor Will Shortz and master crossword constructor Merl Reagle.

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    • 22 Minutes
    • EPISODE 7

    Mypods & Boomsticks

    The Simpson family takes a trip to the Mapple Store at the Springfield Mall, where Lisa gets her very own Mypod, and Bart interrupts an announcement from Steve Mobbs with his own voiceover, causing pandemonium to break loose in the store. On his way home from the mall, Bart narrowly escapes punishment and befriends a Muslim boy named Bashir. Homer becomes suspicious of Bart's new friend and invites Bashir, his mother and his father over for dinner so he can investigate their supposed anti-American sentiments. Having already offended Bashir and his family at dinner, Homer goes to their home to apologize, but he instead snoops around their house, à la Jack Bauer, and uncovers what he believes to be a terrorist plot to blow up the Springfield Mall. Homer tries to warn the residents of Springfield an impending disaster that he winds up causing.

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    • 21 Minutes

    The Simpson family takes a trip to the Mapple Store at the Springfield Mall, where Lisa gets her very own Mypod, and Bart interrupts an announcement from Steve Mobbs with his own voiceover, causing pandemonium to break loose in the store. On his way home from the mall, Bart narrowly escapes punishment and befriends a Muslim boy named Bashir. Homer becomes suspicious of Bart's new friend and invites Bashir, his mother and his father over for dinner so he can investigate their supposed anti-American sentiments. Having already offended Bashir and his family at dinner, Homer goes to their home to apologize, but he instead snoops around their house, à la Jack Bauer, and uncovers what he believes to be a terrorist plot to blow up the Springfield Mall. Homer tries to warn the residents of Springfield an impending disaster that he winds up causing.

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    • 21 Minutes
    • EPISODE 8

    The Burns and the Bees

    In order to save up money to buy a cell phone, Bart takes a job at a country club retrieving golf balls. While at the course, Bart watches celebrities, including Leary, playing a round. When Leary's cell phone rings just as he is about to take a swing, he furiously throws the phone in the air and it lands right next to Bart. Bart decides to keep the cell and makes prank calls to all over the world pretending to be Leary. He even accepts a job offer from famed producer Grazer to star in the film version of "Everyone Poops." When Marge discovers what Bart has been up to, she confiscates the device and calls Leary to return the phone. But Leary has a better idea, and instructs Marge to activate the GPS system on the phone so she can track Bart's every move. Bart quickly catches on and devises a plan that sends the family on a wild goose chase all the way to Machu Picchu.

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    • 21 Minutes

    In order to save up money to buy a cell phone, Bart takes a job at a country club retrieving golf balls. While at the course, Bart watches celebrities, including Leary, playing a round. When Leary's cell phone rings just as he is about to take a swing, he furiously throws the phone in the air and it lands right next to Bart. Bart decides to keep the cell and makes prank calls to all over the world pretending to be Leary. He even accepts a job offer from famed producer Grazer to star in the film version of "Everyone Poops." When Marge discovers what Bart has been up to, she confiscates the device and calls Leary to return the phone. But Leary has a better idea, and instructs Marge to activate the GPS system on the phone so she can track Bart's every move. Bart quickly catches on and devises a plan that sends the family on a wild goose chase all the way to Machu Picchu.

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    • 21 Minutes
    • EPISODE 9

    Lisa the Drama Queen

    When Lenny wins the lottery and invites the Simpson family to a celebratory party at a posh hotel, Bart meets his doppelganger, Simon Woosterfield, who happens to be a member of the richest family in Springfield. Simon and Bart decide to switch places, and Bart arrives at the lavish Woosterfield mansion, only to find football great Joe Montana hanging around the estate. As Simon adjusts to the simple life over at the Simpson household, Bart begins to notice his wealthy new siblings acting strangely toward him. With some frightening words of wisdom from Mr. Burns, Bart realizes his new siblings are plotting his demise so they can inherit the Woosterfield family fortune all for themselves.

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    • 21 Minutes

    When Lenny wins the lottery and invites the Simpson family to a celebratory party at a posh hotel, Bart meets his doppelganger, Simon Woosterfield, who happens to be a member of the richest family in Springfield. Simon and Bart decide to switch places, and Bart arrives at the lavish Woosterfield mansion, only to find football great Joe Montana hanging around the estate. As Simon adjusts to the simple life over at the Simpson household, Bart begins to notice his wealthy new siblings acting strangely toward him. With some frightening words of wisdom from Mr. Burns, Bart realizes his new siblings are plotting his demise so they can inherit the Woosterfield family fortune all for themselves.

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    • 21 Minutes
    • EPISODE 10

    Take My Life, Please

    In the first ever high-definition episode of the Simpsons, Homer attends a ceremony at the Springfield Wall of Fame and learns that he was elected class president, but that his election was stolen from him by his high school principal.  He worries that his life should have been much better than it is. At Luigi's Italian restaurant, Homer meets an old Italian man who can show him visions of what his future as class president would have been like. Homer sees a life he could have led filled with riches and success, and his family must find a way for him to be happy the way he is. The episode also includes the first extensive revision of the well-known Simpson main titles in eighteen years.

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    • 21 Minutes

    In the first ever high-definition episode of the Simpsons, Homer attends a ceremony at the Springfield Wall of Fame and learns that he was elected class president, but that his election was stolen from him by his high school principal.  He worries that his life should have been much better than it is. At Luigi's Italian restaurant, Homer meets an old Italian man who can show him visions of what his future as class president would have been like. Homer sees a life he could have led filled with riches and success, and his family must find a way for him to be happy the way he is. The episode also includes the first extensive revision of the well-known Simpson main titles in eighteen years.

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    • 21 Minutes
    • EPISODE 11

    How the Test Was Won

    When Springfield Elementary must take the Vice-President's Assessment Test, the superintendent arranges to have all the poor students taken out of school for the day. Principal Skinner is tricked into accompanying the delinquents, and they must work together to find their way back from the heart of Capital City. When the test begins, Lisa is stymied by the very first question. As she sits, flummoxed, she grows accustomed to the fact that she will have to live the life of a normal student, only to be saved when a newly-confident Principal Skinner returns and cancels the test.

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    • 21 Minutes

    When Springfield Elementary must take the Vice-President's Assessment Test, the superintendent arranges to have all the poor students taken out of school for the day. Principal Skinner is tricked into accompanying the delinquents, and they must work together to find their way back from the heart of Capital City. When the test begins, Lisa is stymied by the very first question. As she sits, flummoxed, she grows accustomed to the fact that she will have to live the life of a normal student, only to be saved when a newly-confident Principal Skinner returns and cancels the test.

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    • 21 Minutes
    • EPISODE 12

    No Loan Again, Naturally

    The Simpsons spend way too much money on an annual Mardi Gras bash, and when the rate on their home equity loan goes up, they lose their home to the bank. Neighbor Ned Flanders takes pity on the family and buys their home to rent back to them. Then they ask Ned, their new landlord, for excessive repairs and an aggravated Flanders evicts them. But when a new, perfect couple try to rent the home a melancholy Ned realizes he misses the Simpsons too much.

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    • 21 Minutes

    The Simpsons spend way too much money on an annual Mardi Gras bash, and when the rate on their home equity loan goes up, they lose their home to the bank. Neighbor Ned Flanders takes pity on the family and buys their home to rent back to them. Then they ask Ned, their new landlord, for excessive repairs and an aggravated Flanders evicts them. But when a new, perfect couple try to rent the home a melancholy Ned realizes he misses the Simpsons too much.

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    • EPISODE 13

    Gone Maggie Gone

    In this satire of the DaVinci code, a rare solar eclipse temporarily blinds Marge. Without her in charge, the kitchen is taken over by rats, and when Homer gets poison to kill them, he must briefly set Maggie down outside a convent, where the nuns take her in and refuse to give her back. Trying to recover her sister, Lisa uncovers a plot to bring everlasting peace to Springfield, involving a mystical gem, the founding fathers, and Principal Skinner's mother's minivan.

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    • 22 Minutes

    In this satire of the DaVinci code, a rare solar eclipse temporarily blinds Marge. Without her in charge, the kitchen is taken over by rats, and when Homer gets poison to kill them, he must briefly set Maggie down outside a convent, where the nuns take her in and refuse to give her back. Trying to recover her sister, Lisa uncovers a plot to bring everlasting peace to Springfield, involving a mystical gem, the founding fathers, and Principal Skinner's mother's minivan.

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    • 22 Minutes
    • EPISODE 14

    In the Name of the Grandfather

    The Simpsons let Grampa down and agree to do one thing he's always wanted. They fly to Ireland to visit a pub Grampa loved as a young man, and wind up buying it, only to find that the Irish no longer want to hang out in pubs. The Simpsons bring Moe over to give them advice, and he suggests they allow smoking in the pub, which runs them afoul of Irish law. Featuring the guest voices of Colm Meaney and the stars of "Once."

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    • 21 Minutes

    The Simpsons let Grampa down and agree to do one thing he's always wanted. They fly to Ireland to visit a pub Grampa loved as a young man, and wind up buying it, only to find that the Irish no longer want to hang out in pubs. The Simpsons bring Moe over to give them advice, and he suggests they allow smoking in the pub, which runs them afoul of Irish law. Featuring the guest voices of Colm Meaney and the stars of "Once."

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    • 21 Minutes
    • EPISODE 15

    Wedding for Disaster

    Homer and Marge discover that due to a problem with Reverend Lovejoy's certification, they are not legally married. Homer tries to give Marge the large, fancy wedding he never could -- and then he disappears right before the ceremony. He turns up a captive to a mysterious stranger à la the film "Saw," and Bart and Lisa must uncover who is behind the plot. Featuring the voice of Kelsey Grammer as Sideshow Bob.

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    • 21 Minutes

    Homer and Marge discover that due to a problem with Reverend Lovejoy's certification, they are not legally married. Homer tries to give Marge the large, fancy wedding he never could -- and then he disappears right before the ceremony. He turns up a captive to a mysterious stranger à la the film "Saw," and Bart and Lisa must uncover who is behind the plot. Featuring the voice of Kelsey Grammer as Sideshow Bob.

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    • 21 Minutes
    • EPISODE 16

    Eeny Teeny Maya Moe

    Moe meets a beautiful woman online who turns out to be three feet tall. He falls deeply in love, but finds that his own shortcomings are too great for the relationship to survive. Meanwhile, Homer finds a new playground for Maggie that seems idyllic -- until she runs into some baby bullies. Marge suspects that something is wrong, and, with misgivings, decides to electronically pry into Homer's daddy-daughter time.

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    • 21 Minutes

    Moe meets a beautiful woman online who turns out to be three feet tall. He falls deeply in love, but finds that his own shortcomings are too great for the relationship to survive. Meanwhile, Homer finds a new playground for Maggie that seems idyllic -- until she runs into some baby bullies. Marge suspects that something is wrong, and, with misgivings, decides to electronically pry into Homer's daddy-daughter time.

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    • 21 Minutes
    • EPISODE 17

    The Good, the Sad and the Drugly

    While visiting his Grandfather, Bart meets a sweet fifth-grade girl (Anne Hathaway), who makes him pretend to be a goody two-shoes. But when a jealous Milhouse learns of the romance, he threatens to reveal Bart's past. Meanwhile, while doing a report on Springfield in the future, Lisa becomes depressed at the fate of the world. She is cheered up by an anti-depressant for children, Ignorital, until Marge realizes her daughter has lost too much touch with reality.

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    • 21 Minutes

    While visiting his Grandfather, Bart meets a sweet fifth-grade girl (Anne Hathaway), who makes him pretend to be a goody two-shoes. But when a jealous Milhouse learns of the romance, he threatens to reveal Bart's past. Meanwhile, while doing a report on Springfield in the future, Lisa becomes depressed at the fate of the world. She is cheered up by an anti-depressant for children, Ignorital, until Marge realizes her daughter has lost too much touch with reality.

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    • 21 Minutes
    • EPISODE 18

    Father Knows Worst

    When Homer observes first-hand how poor a student Bart is, and how unpopular Lisa is, he tries to get more involved with his children's lives. He helps Bart build a model of Westminster Abbey for a school competition and uses a self-help book to get Lisa into a popular clique. But then he discovers that with his "helicopter parenting," he may have hovered too close to his children's lives. Meanwhile, Marge discovers a sauna in the basement of the Simpson house. Afraid it will be abused if she tells others about it, she keeps it a secret for herself.

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    • 21 Minutes

    When Homer observes first-hand how poor a student Bart is, and how unpopular Lisa is, he tries to get more involved with his children's lives. He helps Bart build a model of Westminster Abbey for a school competition and uses a self-help book to get Lisa into a popular clique. But then he discovers that with his "helicopter parenting," he may have hovered too close to his children's lives. Meanwhile, Marge discovers a sauna in the basement of the Simpson house. Afraid it will be abused if she tells others about it, she keeps it a secret for herself.

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    • 21 Minutes
    • EPISODE 19

    Waverly Hills 9021-D'Oh

    An unplanned visit to Springfield Elementary convinces Marge that the kids need a better school. The Simpsons rent a tiny apartment in an upscale neighborhood in order to enroll in the Waverly Hills school district. Marge and Homer discover that the intimacy of the apartment rekindles the spark in their marriage, but Lisa discovers that the other students in her new school are not as welcoming as she would have hoped. Guest voice: Ellen Page.

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    An unplanned visit to Springfield Elementary convinces Marge that the kids need a better school. The Simpsons rent a tiny apartment in an upscale neighborhood in order to enroll in the Waverly Hills school district. Marge and Homer discover that the intimacy of the apartment rekindles the spark in their marriage, but Lisa discovers that the other students in her new school are not as welcoming as she would have hoped. Guest voice: Ellen Page.

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    • 21 Minutes
    • EPISODE 20

    4 Great Women & Manicures

    Marge takes Lisa for her first mani-pedi. While there, the two swap stories about powerful women through history: the Virgin Queen, Elizabeth I, who defeated the Spanish Armada, the beautiful and virtuous Snow White, the ambitious and tragic Lady Macbeth, and author of "The Fountainhead," Ayn Rand. Guest voice: Jodie Foster.

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    Marge takes Lisa for her first mani-pedi. While there, the two swap stories about powerful women through history: the Virgin Queen, Elizabeth I, who defeated the Spanish Armada, the beautiful and virtuous Snow White, the ambitious and tragic Lady Macbeth, and author of "The Fountainhead," Ayn Rand. Guest voice: Jodie Foster.

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    • 21 Minutes
    • EPISODE 21

    Coming to Homerica

    When Krustyburger serves tainted barley, the barley suppliers in Ogdenville are forced out of work. They emigrate to Springfield, where they prove to be hardworking and polite. But as they become more and more a part of Springfield's daily life, Homer and his friends form a border brigade to keep them out, culminating in the building of a wall between the two cities.

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    When Krustyburger serves tainted barley, the barley suppliers in Ogdenville are forced out of work. They emigrate to Springfield, where they prove to be hardworking and polite. But as they become more and more a part of Springfield's daily life, Homer and his friends form a border brigade to keep them out, culminating in the building of a wall between the two cities.

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