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These episodes won Emmys for Best Animated Program. If you don't know the exact name of an episode, keywords are accepted. (Example: if "Lisa on Ice" was the episode, you could type in "hockey.")
Season 1. Quote: 'Tell him I'm going to the back seat of my car with the woman I love, and I won't be back for ten minutes!' Another quote: 'Homer is...my ball's name.'
Marge almost has an affair with her bowling instructor, Jacques. (Thank goodness she drove down that ironic street!)
Season 2. Quote: 'Hey! I need a price check on two grapes. That's right, two measley stinkin' grapes!' This was the second of many episodes with 'vs.' in the title.
Lisa, after learning about hell in Sunday School, is horried to learn that Homer is ignoring the commandment 'Thou Shalt Not Steal,' by getting an illegal cable hookup.
Season 6. It's now disturbing to see that the scenes set in the future take place in...2010. Quote: 'FOX turned into a hardcore sex channel so gradually I never noticed.'
A fortune teller (who specializes in foretelling relationships in which people get jerked around) shows Lisa how her future wedding will turn out.
Season 8. Two words: Steel Mill.
Homer is shocked to learn that the world's gayest man is gay, and worries that his presence has affected Bart, leading to an unsuccessful attempt at reindeer hunting.
Season 9. This episode's ending, in which the entire town of Springfield is moved five miles away, is widely reviled by the show's fanbase.
Homer is elected sanitation commissioner, and as a result so much trash piles up that the town has to move.
Season 11. Contains the famous line referring to the Simpsons as a 'Northern Kentucky family' (which was changed to 'Southern Missouri family' in some reruns.)
A parody of VH1's 'Behind the Music' series, portrayting the Simpsons as a dysfunctional family of actors who played themselves on TV.
Season 12. Presents an explanation other than 'the Simpson gene' for Homer's stupidity. Bizarre Plotline: Homer going to Moe for black market surgery, rather than Dr. Nick.
An x-ray reveals a crayon has been stuck in Homer's brain since childhood; when removed, his IQ drastically increases.
Season 14. Guest Star: Weird Al Yankovic. Businesses we see in this episode: the Sconewall Bakery, Armistead's Mopeds, and One Night Stan's (a bar).
Convinced that Marge was planning to leave him until she learned she was pregnant with Bart, Homer leaves the house. His new roommates are a gay couple.
Season 17. We learn that Moe and Edna Krabappel once had a passionate relationship, and that Mr. Burns lists his birthplace as Pangea.
When Homer gets stuck in a cave, Lisa tells him a story about Mr. Burns, which includes Burns' story about Moe, which includes a goat's story...
Season 19. Bizarre Plotline: At one point, Homer suspects Marge cheated on him with Duffman. This episode has an awesome montage where each second represents a year in Homer's life
Homer has no memory of what happened to him the night before, and with Frink's help he learns that he erased his memory after a series of misunderstandings left him depressed.
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