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Simpson Family
Season Five  (1993-1994)  ·  22 Episodes

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Homer's Barbershop Quartet (#9F21) 30 Sep 1993
We flashback to 1985, where Homer, Apu, Principal Skinner, and Chief Wiggum (replaced with Barney) were the hit barbershop quartet known as the 'B Sharp'. George Harrison guest stars.

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

Homer Goes to College (#1F02) 14 Oct 1993
In order to continue in his job at the Nuclear power plant, Homer must attend college.

Rosebud (#1F01) 21 Oct 1993
When Mr. Burns was very young, he gave up his teddy bear, Bobo, for a life of riches. Now growing old, he desires for his teddy bear, which Maggie loves dearly.
NOTES: The Ramones guest star.

Treehouse of Horror IV (#1F04) 28 Oct 1993
In a Night Gallery parody, Bart presents three tales of terror... In “The Devil and Homer Simpson,” Homer gives up his soul for a single doughnut. Now, the Devil wants Homer. Next, Bart has a nightmare about a bus crash. And his nightmare is about to come true when a playful gremlin starts taking the bus apart piece by piece “Terror at 5 1/2 Feet”. Finally, Mr. Burns is a vampire, and he wants blood, and he turns Bart into a vampire in “Bart Simpson's Dracula.”

Marge on the Lam (#1F03) 4 Nov 1993
When Homer fails to show up, Marge decides to go to the ballet with Ruth Powers, the next door neighbor. Ruth returns the favour and takes Marge out the next night. Unbeknown to Marge, Ruth is driving a stolen car.

Bart's Inner Child (#1F05) 11 Nov 1993
Bart accidentally has the entire town emulating his actions, thanks to a feel-good therapist. James Brown guest stars.

Boy-Scoutz N the Hood (#1F06) 18 Nov 1993
When Bart finds a $20, he spends it on a squishy, made of pure syrup. After a wild night, he wakes up to find that he joined a boy scout troop, with den father Ned Flanders.
NOTES: Earnest Borgnine guest stars.

The Last Temptation of Homer (#1F07) 9 Dec 1993
Homer falls in love with a new female employee at the nuclear plant who is just like Homer. Homer, however, feels guilty. Michelle Pfiffer and Werner Klemperer guest star.

$pringfield (or, How I learned to stop worrying and love legalized gambling) (#1F08) 16 Dec 1993
When the local economy stalls, everyone, including Marge, votes to legalize gambling on Springfield. Mr. Burns even opens up his own casino, Homer gets to be a blackjack dealer, and Marge is addicted to the slot machines. Robert Goulet and Gerry Cooney guest star.

Homer the Vigilante (#1F09) 6 Jan 1994
When a cat burglar hits Springfield, Homer vows to fight back. Sam Neil guest stars.

Bart Gets Famous (#1F11) 3 Feb 1994
After escaping from a field trip to a cardboard factory, Bart sneaks into the Krusty the Klown show, and becomes his assistant. However, Bart is launched into instant stardom after accidentally wrecking a set on live TV and uttering, 'I didn't do it.'
NOTES: Former Simpsons writer/producer, Conan O'Brien guest stars.

Homer and Apu (#1F10) 10 Feb 1994
After getting food poisoning from eating the Kwik-E-Mart food, Homer gets Apu, the Kwik-E-Mart employee, fired. Regretting his actions, Homer vows to get Apu his job back. James Woods guest stars.

Lisa vs. Malibu Stacy (#1F12) 17 Feb 1994
After objecting to the voice disk used on her new talking Malibu Stacy doll that demeans women, Lisa find the creator and they produce a new doll that reflects the 90s. Kathleen Turner guest stars.

Deep Space Homer (#1F13) 24 Feb 1994
After seeing their ratings decline, NASA decides to send Joe Average to space. In this case, Joe Average is Homer Simpson. James Taylor, and Buzz Aldrin guest star.

Homer Loves Flanders (#1F14) 17 Mar 1994
After Ned Flanders give a ticket to Homer for a much-hyped football game, Homer becomes Ned's best friend.

Bart Gets an Elephant (#1F15) 31 Mar 1994
When 'KBBL is going to give me something stupid', Bart forgoes the $10,000 cash price for an elephant. Problem is, the elephant is causing some major problems.

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.

Sweet Seymour Skinner's Badasssss Song (#1F18) 28 Apr 1994
Bart brings the family dog to school for Show and Tell, unfortunately the dog escapes and indirectly gets Principal Skinner fired. School life under Principal Flanders just isn't the same and Bart schemes to get Skinner back.
NOTES: This episode marks the 100th episode for the series.

The Boy Who Knew Too Much (#1F19) 5 May 1994
Bart skips class and witnesses a waiter brutally beaten. The Mayor's nephew is blamed, but Bart can clear him -- however it would mean coming clean about skipping class.

Lady Bouvier's Lover (#1F21) 12 May 1994
Grampa Simpson falls in love with Marge's mother, Jackie, but Mr. Burns woos her away from him. Grampa is broken hearted when learning Jackie is going to marry Burns.

Secrets of a Successful Marriage (#1F20) 19 May 1994
Worrying about being slow, Homer decides to teach a marriage course. Unfortunately, he doesn't succeed as a teacher until he starts spilling some of Marge's personal secrets.

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