Season 2. Ep 4: Two Cars in Every Garage and Three Eyes on Every Fish
Bart catches a three-eyed fish (named Blinky) in the river by the power plant and it makes headlines. State nuclear inspectors find numerous safety violations, and order Mr. Burns to fix them OR ELSE the plant will be closed down. Burns plans to run for governor, so that he can pass laws that will keep the plant open (by doing away with the regulations which are costing him so much money).
Season Two. Episode 3: Treehouse of Horror
The first of the annual Halloween spook-fest. In ‘Bad Dream House’, the family moves into an old haunted house and are possessed to kill each other, by a mysterious voice. In ‘Hungry Are the Damned’, the family is abducted by Kang and Kodos (who make their first appearance), and fattened up to the extent that Lisa questions their motive, and does so incorrectly. Her nosiness results in the Simpsons being dropped off at home again. In ‘The Raven’, a poem by Edgar Allan Poe is recited with Homer and Bart as the characters.
Season 2. Episode 2: Simpson and Delilah
Homer tries a new hair growth formula — Dimoxinil — and wakes up with a full head of hair, which wins him a promotion at work. However, Homer’s hair and success prove to be short-lived when it is revealed that he fraudulently charged the Dimoxinil to the company health plan
Season Two. Episode 1: Bart Gets and “F”
Bart is told by Mrs. Krabappel that his grades are slipping, and if he fails to complete another test, Bart may probably have to repeat fourth grade, so Bart enlists Martin as a tutor
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Season 1. Episode 13: Some Enchanted Evening
Homer and Marge go out together, after Marge feels Homer takes her for granted. The couple face a slight dilemma when they realize they have no one to look after their kids, so they hire a babysitter named Miss Botz. Matters seem to be going well, until Bart and Lisa find out something shocking about their babysitter
Season 1. Episode 12: Krusty Gets Busted
Homer witnesses a robbery at the Kwik-E-Mart, and he identifies Krusty the Clown as the culprit. Krusty is arrested, tried, imprisoned, and replaced on the show by Sideshow Bob. Lisa and Bart are adamant that Krusty is innocent, so they examine the confirmation, and they conclude that he was framed and set out to find the person who got Krusty in trouble.
Season 1. Episode 11: The Crepes of Wrath
When Bart flushes a cherry bomb down the toilet, Principal Skinner suggests he should partake in a foreign exchange scheme. Bart is transferred to France, working for criminals that spike wine with antifreeze. Meanwhile, back in Springfield, Adil Hoxha, an Albanian boy, is exchanged to the Simpsons to receive in the scheme, shows an interest in the power plant, and sends information back to the Albanian government.
Season 1. Episode 10: Homer’s Night Out
Bart purchases a spy camera through a catalogue, and Homer goes to a stag party at a local restaurant. The rest of the family goes to the restaurant coincidentally, and Bart snaps a picture of Homer dancing with a belly dancer, Princess Kashmir. Soon, all of Springfield sees the picture, and Marge orders him out of the house. Homer takes Bart to a burlesque show to explain how he shouldn’t take advantage of women.
Season 1. Episode 9: Life on the Fast Lane
Homer buys Marge a bowling ball for her birthday, but she accuses him of only purchasing it for himself. This proves to be true, as the bowling ball had Homer’s name engraved into it. To spite him, she begins to learn how to bowl. She struggles at first, but is assisted by a man named Jacques, who develops a liking to Marge. Homer starts to suspect a romantic affair when Jacques invites Marge to his apartment
Season 1. Episode 8: The Telltale Head
Bart cuts off the statue head of Jebediah Springfield to impress some bullies, but the city gets outraged and starts looking for the vandal.
Season 1. Episode 7: The Call of the Simpsons
It is a camping misadventure for the Simpsons. First, they get lost in the woods, and lose all their camping equipment. Bart and Homer go for help, but get washed down a waterfall, and lose all of their clothes. Meanwhile, Maggie meets with some bears, while Homer is mistaken for Bigfoot after sinking in a mud hole
Season 1. Episode 6: Moaning Lisa
Lisa develops the blues, which is noticeable to the people around her. She has a note sent home from Springfield Elementary, but Marge and Homer are unable to cheer her up. That night, she hears jazz music in the distance, and sneaks out to follow it, to discover that it is being played by Bleeding Gums Murphy. He teaches her how to express her sadness on the saxophone, and she is happy again. In the meantime, Homer struggles to beat Bart in a boxing video game, but to no avail.
Season 1. Episode 5: Bart the General
After defending Lisa from school bully Nelson Muntz, Bart becomes Nelson’s latest school bullying target. Having become sick of the harassment and torment, Bart, Grampa Simpson, and Herman (a slightly deranged military antique store dealer with a missing arm) rally the town’s children into fighting back against Nelson and his cronies
“There’s No Disgrace Like Home” is the fourth episode of The Simpsons’ first season. It first aired on the Fox network in the United States on January 28, 1990. In the episode, Homer becomes ashamed of his family after a catastrophic company picnic and decides to enroll them in therapy. The therapist, Dr. Marvin Monroe, struggles to solve their problems − culminating in a shock therapy-based showdown between the family members − before eventually giving up and refunding their payment.
S1E3: Homer’s Odyssey.
Homer is fired from his job as technical supervisor at the Springfield Nuclear Power Plant. Unable to provide for his family, he contemplates ending it all – until he discovers a new life path as a campaigner for safety
S1E2: Bart the Genius.
Bart swaps papers with class nerd Martin during an intelligence test at school. When the school psychologist compiles the test results, he believes the switch and refers Bart to the Enriched Learning Center for Gifted Children. The new school’s laid-back liberal ethos suits Bart in a brilliant way – until he is asked to show evidence of his neglected genius.
It’s a not-so-merry Christmas for the Simpsons. Mr. Burns plans to cut the Christmas Bonuses, Marge has to spend the family’s Christmas savings to erase a tattoo Bart thought would make a great Christmas present, and when Homer learns he won’t be getting a Christmas bonus, life in Springfield gets even tighter. So what’s a breadwinner to do, except take a second job as a shopping mall Santa? Jesse and Greg get the ball rolling on what will be long road to like 700 episodes of the Simpsons!