The Simpsons get a pool, but a broken leg sinks the summer for Bart.
Lisa is dumbfounded by a new classmate who's younger, smarter and her competitor for first-chair sax. Meanwhile, Homer tries to profit after a truck spills its load of sugar.
A family discussion of love yields stories (seen in flashbacks) that all end in heartbreak.
Marge makes Homer promise not to embarrass her when they visit Itchy & Scratchy Land, "the violentest place on earth."
Mayor Quimby pardons attempted murderer Sideshow Bob (Kelsey Grammer), who then runs against Quimby for mayor.
Frightfest '94: Lack of beer and cable TV make Homer a crazed killer; the present is altered by a time-traveling Homer; and Principal Skinner turns detention students into food.
Bart learns that the good Rev. Lovejoy's daughter (voice of Meryl Streep) is really bad.
Lisa's surprising ability at hockey spawns jealousy in Bart and a showdown when their teams meet.
A baby sitter accuses Homer of sexual harassment. Dennis Franz has a voice cameo.
Grandpa's homemade tonic puts life back in the Simpson bedroom, so he and Homer hit the road to sell the stuff.
Marge sees a psychiatrist (Anne Bancroft) to explore her fear of flying and learns that her father may be the key.
Homer becomes the leader of a secret club, but his power is undermined by a "spiritual emptiness."
Homer recalls his days as a debt-free dad of two---until Marge got pregnant with Maggie.
A comet is hurtling toward Springfield, so the Simpsons take refuge in a bomb shelter---Flanders'.
Homer graduates from Krusty's Clown College and becomes a target for the clown's bookie.
After tricking an Australian boy into accepting a collect call, Bart flies Down Under to apologize.
A loan from Patty and Selma makes Homer their slave; Bart is forced to take ballet.
Film critic Jay Sherman (Jon Lovitz) is among the judges at the Springfield Film Festival, which Mr. Burns conspires to win by bribing some judges.
A fortuneteller predicts Lisa's engagement and wedding to a fellow student (Mandy Patinkin) from an upper-crust British family.
The Simpson household's overrun with puppies---the offspring of Santa's Little Helper and his new girlfriend from which Mr. Burns would love to make a greyhound-skin tuxedo.
Bart helps precipitate a teachers strike, but he rues his handiwork when Marge takes over for Mrs. Krabapple.
Bart winds up in the hospital as a result of eating Krusty cereal, and when Lisa comes to visit him, she is reunited with her sax idol, who recounts his big break on "The Tonight Show."
Marge joins the police force after thwarting a criminal, and Homer thinks he now has a free ride as a cop's spouse.
Springfield boys try to recapture the town's beloved lemon tree after it's stolen.
Mr. Burns makes many enemies when he steals the oil discovered beneath Springfield Elementary.