CABF19: Treehouse Of Horror XII

Airdate: 6 November 2001

Writer: Joel H. Cohen, John Frink & Don Payne, Carolyn Omine
Director: Jim Reardon
Executive Producer: Mike Scully

Hex And The City: Following a gypsy's curse, Homer becomes Death incarnate as everyone in his presence either dies or mutates, and he must catch a leprechaun in order to lift the curse.
House Of Whacks: A Hal 9000-style home automation computer takes a fancy to Marge, and unfortunately sees fit to dispose of Homer in the process. Guest stars Pierce Brosnan and Matthew Perry.
Wiz Kids: the children are tutored in the fine art of transforming frogs into princes at the Springfield Elementary School for Wizards, a la Harry Potter.
 

CABF22: The Parent Rap

Airdate: 11 November 2001

Writer: George Meyer, Mike Scully
Director: Mark Kirkland
Executive Producer: Mike Scully

Bart appears in court to pay for an embarrassing joy ride in the police chief's patrol car. But just before he is set free, a second, vindictive judge named Constance Harm assumes the case and sentences him to the worst kind of detention imagineable: being tethered to Homer around the clock.
 

CABF20: Homer The Moe

Airdate: 18 November 2001

Writer: Dana Gould
Director: Jen Kamerman
Executive Producer: Mike Scully

After Moe heads for a bartending school to brush up his business skills, Homer is charged with keeping tabs on Springfield's premiere watering hole. But when Moe decides to make his tavern over into something more hip and modern, a disgruntled Homer opens his own bar in the Simpson family garage.
 

CABF18: A Hunka Hunka Burns In Love

Airdate: 2 December 2001

Writer: John Swartzwelder
Director: Lance Kramer
Executive Producer: Mike Scully

Homer's new job as the author of fortune cookies assures Mr. Burns that love is on the horizon. Mr. Burns finds it in a woman named Gloria, whom he loves so much that he wants to marry. But as he proposes to Gloria, her ex shows up - which happens to be Snake, and he's just broken out of prison.
 

CABF21: The Blunder Years

Airdate: 9 December 2001

Writer: Ian Maxtone-Graham
Director: Steven Dean Moore
Executive Producer: Mike Scully

A restaurant hypnotist causes Homer to relive a traumatic childhood experience where, upon swimming in a quarry, he found a dead body. That dead body turned out to be Waylon Smithers' father, Waylon Sr., who had disappeared twenty-five years earlier under suspicious circumstances.
 

DABF02: She Of Little Faith

Airdate: 16 December 2001

Writer: Bill Freilberger
Director: Steven Dean Moore
Executive Producer: Al Jean

Desperate for money, the First Church of Springfield decides to rent out its wallspace to local advertisers. Horrified at the living commercial the church has become, Lisa withdraws herself from the church and converts to Buddhism.
 

DABF01: Brawl In The Family

Airdate: 6 January 2002

Writer: Joel H. Cohen
Director: Matthew Nastuk
Executive Producer: Al Jean

When a Monopoly game goes sour, the Simpsons are forced to undergo the supervision of a social services officer to reinforce the ideals of a functional family. Guest stars Jane Kaczmarek as Judge Harm
 

DABF03: Sweets And Sour Marge

Airdate: 20 January 2002

Writer: Carolyn Omine
Director: Mark Kirkland
Executive Producer: Al Jean

When Springfield is named the "World's Fattest Town", thanks to a diabolical scheme by the Motherloving Sugar Corporation, Marge takes it upon herself to rid the entire town of the sweet stuff.
 

DABF05: Jaws Wired Shut

Airdate: 27 January 2002

Writer: Matt Selman
Director: Nancy Kruse
Executive Producer: Al Jean

Homer breaks his jaw in an accident, requiring it to be wired shut for a month. His resulting inability to talk makes him a better listener, and he becomes closer to family and friends because of it. They all like the new Homer much better, but when the wires come off and Homer retains his new attitude, everyone begins to miss the old Homer's antics.
 

DABF04: Half Decent Proposal

Airdate: 10 February 2002

Writer: Tim Long
Director: Lauren MacMullan
Executive Producer: Al Jean

Marge, with a little help from Patty, Selma, and Jack (Daniels), E-mails Artie Ziff, who offers $1,000,000 for a weekend ("no funny business") alone with her - money they could use for an operation to make Homer stop snoring. Jon Lovitz reprises his role as Artie Ziff.
 

DABF06: The Bart Wants What It Wants

Airdate: 17 February 2002

Writer: John Frink, Don Payne
Director: Michael Polcino
Executive Producer: Al Jean

Bart develops a crush on Ranier Wolfcastle's daughter Greta. After hastily deciding he's not ready for love, he dumps her, only to change his mind later. But by then Greta only has eyes for one - Milhouse - and a trip to the set of Ranier's latest movie in Canada isn't enough to win her back.
 

DABF07: The Lastest Gun In The West

Airdate: 24 February 2002

Writer: John Swartzwelder
Director: Bob Anderson
Executive Producer: Al Jean

Bart and Lisa meet a washed-up movie star of westerns from the 1950s and attempt to revive his career by getting him to appear on the Krusty the Klown show. But years of alcohol abuse get in the way.
 

DABF09: The Old Man And The Key

Airdate: 10 March 2002

Writer: Jon Vitti
Director: Lance Kramer
Executive Producer: Al Jean

Grandpa Simpson re-applies for his driver's license in order to impress a woman who moves into the Retirement Castle.
 

DABF08: Tales From The Public Domain

Airdate: 17 March 2002

Writer: Andrew Kreisberg, Josh Lieb, Matt Warburton
Director: Mike B. Anderson
Executive Producer: Al Jean

The Simpson family portray mythological and medieval characters.
The Odyssey: Homer takes on Homer, as he plays Odysseus.
Joan Of Arc: Lisa takes on the role of Joan, leading the French to victory over the English, then being sentenced to death. But Marge, not one for tragedy, changes the ending to something more pleasant.
Hamlet: Homer asks Bart to avenge his death, but he kills the wrong man, leading to widespread murder and suicide, and boredom of the real Homer, who would rather think about Ghostbusters.
 

DABF10: Blame It On Lisa

Airdate: 31 March 2002

Writer: Bob Bendetson
Director: Steven Dean Moore
Executive Producer: Al Jean

Lisa sponsors a South American orphan - and when the child is reported missing, the Simpsons go to Brazil to find him.
 

DABF11: Weekend At Burnsie's

Airdate: 7 April 2002

Writer: Jon Vitti
Director: Michael Marcantel
Executive Producer: Al Jean

After being attacked in the garden by an unruly group of crows, Homer goes to see Dr. Hibbert about the ongoing pain in his eyes. Dr. Hibbert suggests that Homer begin smoking marijuana for medicinal purposes. When Homer becomes hooked on the wacky tobaccy, he leads a petition to legalize the drug.
 

DABF12: Gump Roast

Airdate: 21 April 2002

Writer: Deb Lacusta and Dan Castellaneta
Director: Mark Kirkland
Executive Producer: Al Jean

The Springfield Friars Club roasts Homer, with help from clips from past episodes..."but don't call it a clip show".
 

DABF13: I Am Furious (Yellow)

Airdate: 28 April 2002

Writer: John Swartzwelder
Director: Chuck Sheetz
Executive Producer: Al Jean

Bart creates an Internet cartoon entitled "Angry Dad" that's based on Homer - who then becomes a laughing stock. Marvel Comics' Stan Lee guest stars as himself.
 

DABF14: The Sweetest Apu

Airdate: 5 May 2002

Writer: John Swartzwelder
Director: Matthew Nastuk
Executive Producer: Al Jean

Apu's unbearable life of work and eight kids drives him to have an affair with another woman, and when Manjula finds out, Apu will have to do everything it takes to win her back.
 

DABF15: Little Girl In The Big Ten

Airdate: 12 May 2002

Writer: Jon Vitti
Director: Lauren MacMullan
Executive Producer: Al Jean

In order to avoid a failing grade in gym, Lisa takes up gymnastics, which she uses to pose as a college student. Meanwhile, Bart is diagnosed with "Panda" virus and is forced to spend a week living in a plastic bubble.
 

DABF16: The Frying Game

Airdate: 19 May 2002

Writer: John Swartzwelder
Director: Michael Polcino
Executive Producer: Al Jean

Homer is sentenced to community service after nearly killing a rare insect found in his backyard pond. While working in a Meals on Wheels program, Homer befriends an elderly old woman. When the woman is thought to be dead, Homer and Marge become murder suspects after being named the sole beneficiaries of her will. Homer is convicted and sentenced to the death penalty, but just before he is scheduled to die in the electric chair, it is revealed that he's a contestant on a new reality show called "Frame Up" and the old woman is alive and well..
 

DABF17: Poppa's Got A Brand New Badge

Airdate: 22 May 2002

Writer: Dana Gould
Director: Pete Michels
Executive Producer: Al Jean

Homer accidentally causes an electrical blackout in Springfield, and all of the citizens begin looting the town's businesses. Chief Wiggum is useless at restoring order, so Homer takes the law into his own hands and becomes a policeman.
 


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