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  1. Bart's Comet (#2F11) 5 Feb 1995
    Springfield's days are numbered when Bart discovers a comet is heading straight for them. Now they must decide who will brave the comet's arrival and who can stay in the Flanders' bomb shelter.

    The Cartridge Family (#5F01 / SI-901) 2 Nov 1997
    After a wild soccer riot tears up Springfield, Homer purchases a handgun to protect his family. But when Marge's repeated requests to dispose of the weapon go without notice, she whisks herself and the kids away to a seedy motel.

    Lemon of Troy (#2F22) 14 May 1995
    Bart leads a group of boys in taking back the town's beloved Lemon tree when it is stolen by a group of kids from a rivalling town.

    Burns' Heir (#1F16) 14 Apr 1994
    Nearly drowning in the bathtub, Mr. Burns decides to find an heir. He sees it in the form of Bart Simpson and coerces the young Simpson into staying with him.

    Two Bad Neighbors (#3F09) 14 Jan 1996
    Homer's jealousy at all the attention his new neighbors, George and Barbara Bush, receives, turns to rage when the former President gives Bart a spanking.

    Bart Sells His Soul (#3F02) 8 Oct 1995
    Bart's faith is tested when he sells his soul for five dollars. Meanwhile, Moe turns the Tavern into Uncle Moe's Family Feedbag.

    Cape Feare (#9F22) 7 Oct 1993
    Sideshow Bob is paroled from prison, and he has only one thing in mind for Bart: revenge.

    Itchy & Scratchy Land (#2F01) 2 Oct 1994
    The family's trip to Itchy & Scratchy Land, the violentest place on earth, proves heavenly until the Itchy & Scratchy robots want to put the family there for real.

    You Only Move Twice (#3F23) 3 Nov 1996
    Homer moves the family to a new town after he receives a better job offer, at a better nuclear power plant, but Homer is oblivious to the fact that his new boss is a Super Villain who is out to rule the world.

    Whacking Day (#9F18) 29 Apr 1993
    While the town of Springfield prepares for the annual snake whacking day (which Lisa dreads), Bart gets expelled from school for embarrassing Mr. Skinner during a school inspection. Barry White guest stars.

    Treehouse of Horror III (#9F04) 29 Oct 1992
    The Simpsons hold a Halloween Party, in which three stories are exchanged: In “Clown Without Pity,” Bart receives, as a birthday present, a talking Krusty doll....from the House of Evil 'Your One Stop Evil Shop'. Next, in “King Homer,” three words King Kong Klone. Finally, After being assigned to read a another book, Bart picks out an item from the occult section, and tries to raise the dead Snowball I, but instead cause the dead people to rise up in “Dial 'Z' For Zombies”.

    Selma's Choice (#9F11) 21 Jan 1993
    After aunt Gladys Bouvier dies, Selma decided to try and get married and have a child.

    Mr. Plow (#9F07) 19 Nov 1992
    After Homer wrecks the two family cars during a snowstorm, he buys a snowplow, and starts up Mr. Plow. However, the competition becomes cut-throat when Homer's best buddy, Barney, starts up a competing plowing business, Plow King. Guest stars Linda Ronstadt and Adam West.

    Marge vs. the Monorail (#9F10) 14 Jan 1993
    After getting $3 million from a fine due to Mr. Burn's illegal disposal of nuclear waste, the town decides to spend money on a needless monorail ....built from shoddy materials. Leonard Nimoy guest voices as himself.

    Last Exit to Springfield (#9F15) 11 Mar 1993
    Homer becomes a Union boss and negotiates a new contract with the Springfield Nuclear Power Plant, mindful that Lisa needs braces. Dr. Joyce Brothers guest stars.

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    2. Linguica


      Planky said:

      Take Ling's list, add the episode where the Simpsons become the Thompsons and you have my favourites.

      Linguica said:

      Cape Feare (#9F22) 7 Oct 1993
      Sideshow Bob is paroled from prison, and he has only one thing in mind for Bart: revenge.

    3. Jonathan


      You know my biggest problem with the movie, why was Mr Burns not the main villain? Or at least in league with the main villain? Written right, Burns is one of the most brilliantly hilarious antagonists you'll find in fiction, but he was totally sidelined in favour of a stereotypical Simpsons guest villain.

    4. GGG


      You can blame the Scully/Jean era for the downhill run. Oakley, Weinstein, and Mirkin, why have you forsaken us?

      Jonathan said:

      You know my biggest problem with the movie, why was Mr Burns not the main villain?

      Because that's what the audience expected. No room for surprises that way. Also Al Brooks.