The Simpsons

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Season 31 episodes (24)

1 The Winter of Our Monetized Content
Homer and Bart becomes viral sensations. Meanwhile Lisa is sent to detention and is forced to make license plates.
2 Go Big or Go Homer
Homer befriends a younger man who idolizes him. They make a dangerous entry into the pizza business.
3 The Fat Blue Line
Fat Tony is framed and Wiggum must exonerate him. Homer uses his butt as a pickpocketing decoy.
4 Treehouse of Horror XXX
This 666th episode of the Simpsons parodies the Omen and Stranger Things, not to mention a little Crazy Rich Aliens.
5 Gorillas On the Mast
Homer buys a boat and is dismayed to learn the cost of operation. Lisa frees a whale so Bart frees a gorilla.
6 Marge the Lumberjill
Marge feels get life is boring, so she takes up timbersports and novels to Oregon, birthplace of Matt Groening.
7 Livin' la Pura Vida
Homer and Marge go in a vacation with other families that goes awry. They are shocked to find who's really behind it.
8 Thanksgiving of Horror
The bloody first Thanksgiving, a black mirror of thanksgiving preparations and the horrifying last Thanksgiving.
9 Todd, Todd, Why Hast Thou Forsaken Me?
Todd loses his faith in God; Homer and Ned share a near-death experience.
10 Bobby, It's Cold Outside
Sideshow Bob returns, and Christmas is threatened. Bart tries to make sense of it all.
11 Hail to the Teeth
Homer and Marge attend Artie Ziff's wedding and become quite uncomfortable when they realize that his bride-to-be is a clone of Marge. Meanwhile, Lisa grapples with the misogynistic implications of the immediate popularity she receives after getting her new Invisalign braces.
12 The Miseducation of Lisa Simpson
The sea captain finds a treasure he's been searching for all his life but it's taken from him. The town uses it to fund STEM classrooms.
13 Frinkcoin
Professor Frink develops a crypto currency that makes him rich. Then he wonders if his new friends are true friends.
14 Bart the Bad Guy
Bart accidentally sees a brand-new superhero movie a month before it comes out… and the world cowers before his newfound plot-spoiling powers. Thus, a new super-villain is born: Spoiler Boy! Can heroic movie executives stop Bart before he succumbs to the temptations of ultimate evil?
15 Screenless
Marge implements a screen time limit for the whole family, all of whom all easily adjust to the new lifestyle. However, Marge realizes that she is the one addicted – not her husband and children.
16 Better Off Ned
After a prank, Ned mentors Bart and his life greatly improves. A jealous Homer becomes a mentor to Nelson.
17 Highway to Well
Marge gets a job at a marijuana dispensary. Homer begins selling pot out of Moe's back room.
18 The Incredible Lightness of Being a Baby
Cletus becomes a helium tycoon. Maggie reunited with baby Hudson from Playdate with Destiny.
19 Warrin' Priests
Pete Holmes guest stars as a charismatic new preacher. Lovejoy investigates his mysterious past.
20 Warrin' Priests Part Two
Reverend Lovejoy confronts a popular new pastor from his dark past. Lisa is shattered.
21 The Hateful Eight-Year-Olds
Lisa makes a new friend who loves horses, but then becomes part of a circle of snooty young rich girls. Meanwhile, Homer takes Marge on a romantic cruise.
22 The Way of the Dog
After the Simpsons' dog bites Marge, the family explores the tragic past of Santa's Little Helper.
101 Comic-Con Sneak Preview
The Simpsons cast membersandproducers offer insight into the show, answer fan questions and give a tease to the new season.
102 3 Things You'll See In TheSimpsonsSeason Premiere (And 1 You Won't)
Here are a few things that you will see and one thing you won't see in The Simpsons' season premiere.

About this show

Homer and Marge Simpson raise Bart, Lisa and baby Maggie in Springfield.

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11.3K reviews
Keith Lowry
January 17, 2016
Now, listen to me for a second. I don't mean to offend anyone in any way, and this is just my view. Personally, I've watched this show since I was eight-years-old. The Simpsons was such a witty show back then and had stories with creative transitions. For me, this show had plots that I was never able to predict. Right now, however, the plots just aren't as imaginative and creative as they used to be, and most of them are recycled. I can usually predict what will happen in an episode near its beginning now.
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Mike Bravo (DarkRaven)
October 10, 2019
I watched alot of the simpsons growing up. It seems to have gotten stale. And their show has indeed become manipulative in its values and seems to sway away from core comedic roots. Now like many others like south park, the simpsons has become too involved in territory I dont believe any comedy should get involved in. Just because theres so much ill water.
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Michael Driver
March 28, 2013
The Simpsons are past their prime. I quit watching quite some time ago as the show has just become worn out. The producers, and writers aren't really making any effort, and haven't for quite a long time, in truly making the program worth watching any longer. Sad. FOX had a great show in FUTURAMA, and put absolutely nothing in it. Let it sit, and moulder, cancelled it, then just let it go, but keep this now unworthy program on artificial life-support! No understanding American television networks.
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