The Simpsons

The Simpsons Season 23 Episodes

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Season 23 Episode Guide

Episode 1 - The Falcon and the D'Ohman

Keifer Sutherland portrays a new Springfield nuclear employee with a mysterious past, which Homer tries to uncover. Homer discovers his new friend is a former undercover agent -- whose enemies realize they can flush out by kidnapping Homer. Also, Nedna, the result!


Episode 2 - Bart Stops to Smell the Roosevelts

When a crucified Homer sends Ned to the hospital, we learn that his relationship with Edna had gone further, than previously known. Then a fight over the right school for the kids sends Ned packing to the Simpsons’.


Episode 3 - Treehouse of Horror XXII

In this annual terror-themed trilogy, a paralyzed Homer can only communicate by passing gas--but discovers it makes him a better man, a vengeful Flanders becomes a killer from the Lord--only to discover that the "voice from above" is actually coming from somewhere else, and Bart takes the form of a powerful alien being on an exotic but deadly garden planet.


Episode 4 - Replaceable You

Bart's science fair project -- a realistic little robot seal -- unexpectedly brings joy to Springfield's elderly. Meanwhile, a new coworker (Jane Lynch) disrupts Homer's peaceful life at the plant. He is in danger of losing all, until Ned Flanders reveals his foe's secret weakness.


Episode 5 - The Food Wife

When she gets lost in an unfamiliar ethnic neighborhood, Marge discovers the joy of exotic food. It becomes a new activity for her and the kids, until Homer gets jealous and Marge inadvertently sends him to a crackhouse.


Episode 6 - The Book Job

Homer and Bart try to defraud a publishing house, Ocean's Thirteen-style. They settle on Lisa as the unhappy front for their operation, and are aided by a surprisingly compliant Neal Gaiman. Guest Star: Andy Garcia.


Episode 7 - The Man in the Blue Flannel Pants

Homer becomes an "accounts man" at the nuclear plant but finds the job leads him to a life of alcohol and loneliness. Finally, Marge forces him to choose between a boatful of boozy clients and his own sweet flesh and blood. Guest Star: John Slattery.


Episode 8 - The Ten-Per-Cent Solution

The Simpsons encounter a venerable TV agent and are stunned to discover she gave Krusty her start. Now they need her to help him again -- but her bitterness at their breakup stands in the way. Guest Star: Joan Rivers.


Episode 9 - Holidays of Future Passed

At a Simpson Christmas thirty years in the future Bart and Lisa discover the perils of parenthood in a postapocalyptic world. Meanwhile Maggie creates a miracle of her own.


Episode 10 - Politically Inept, With Homer Simpson

Homer becomes a blowhard TV pundit and attempts to select our next president. Ted Nugent teaches him the true meaning of the Constitution.


Episode 11 - The D'Oh-cial Network

When Lisa can't make friends in person she tries to do so with an online network. The effect on Springfield is so ruinous she is put on trial.


Episode 12 - Moes Goes from Rags to Riches

The story of western civilization is recounted by Moe's bar rag, voiced by Jeremy Irons. More significantly, Milhouse decides he's had just about enough of being Bart's patsy.


Episode 13 - The Daughter Also Rises

Lisa meets a boy who seems to be the reincarnation of Ernest Hemingway, but turns out to be less than he appears. Meanwhile, Bart and Milhouse debunk myths at school, to the dismay of their fellow students.


Episode 14 - At Long Last Leave

In the long-awaited Simpsons 500th Episode, the town of Springfield banishes the Simpsons for everything they've done over the years. The Simpsons move off the grid, but Marge misses their home and friends.


Episode 15 - Exit Through the Kwik-E Mart

When Homer punishes Bart by sticking him in a rabbit cage, Bart retaliates by making Homer's face an iconic graffiti image throughout Springfield. Featuring the work and voices of legendary street artists Shepard Fairey, Robbie Conal, Ron English and Kenny Scharf.


Episode 16 - How I Wet Your Mother

Homer is dismayed to discover he is an adult bedwetter. He and the family travel deep within his psyche to learn the childhood trauma behind the behavior.


Episode 17 - Them, Robot

To avoid litigation from radiation exposure, Mr. Burns replaces every worker in the nuclear plant except Homer with a robot. Homer experiences a savage isolation when he tries unsuccessfully to befriend his non-human coworkers.


Episode 18 - Beware My Cheating Bart

Jimbo assigns Bart to watch over his girlfriend Shauna -- and then Shauna falls in love with Bart. Meanwhile, Homer gets wrapped up in a sci-fi mystery series that finished years ago, only to have Marge blow the shocking ending for him.


Episode 19 - Totally Fun Thing That Bart Will Never Do

Bart convinces his parents to take a cruise that he wishes would never end. Then he is thrilled when a crisis forces the ship to stay at sea.


Episode 20 - The Spy Who Learned Me

Homer learns to woo Marge with the help of an imaginary spy. Meanwhile Bart attempts to neutralize Nelson the bully by fattening him up.


Episode 21 - Ned 'n Edna's Blend Agenda

When a crucified Homer sends Ned to the hospital, we learn that his relationship with Edna had gone further, than previously known. Then a fight over the right school for the kids sends Ned packing to the Simpsons’.


Episode 22 - Lisa Goes Gaga

Lisa has an internet defender who is not what he seems. Then Lady Gaga arrives and makes everyone in town feel like a little monster -- except Lisa.


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