JABF20: He Loves To Fly And He D'ohs

Airdate: 23 September 2007

Writer: Joel H. Cohen
Director: Mark Kirkland
Executive Producer: Al Jean

After Homer saves Mr. Burns from drowning in a mall fountain, Burns thanks him by taking him on a whirlwind trip to Chicago on his private plane. Homer is smitten with the luxury jet and all the perks that come with it, including flying with song legend Lionel Richie, who serenades him with a customized version of "Say You, Say Me." After returning home, Homer makes it his mission to find a job that offers him the chance to fly on a corporate jet and enlists a life coach, guest star Stephen Colbert, to help fulfill this dream.
 

JABF18: The Homer Of Seville

Airdate: 30 September 2007

Writer: Carolyn Omine
Director: Michael Polcino
Executive Producer: Al Jean

Homer injures himself in a fall, and while in the hospital he develops the ability to sing in a beautiful, operatic voice whenever he is lying on his back. Mr. Burns overhears Homer during one of his singing sessions at the hospital and immediately hires him to sing the lead in his production of "La Bohme." Although Homer has to lie down during the performance, he wows the crowd at the Springfield Opera House. Homer becomes an enormous celebrity, especially with the ladies much to Marge's chagrin. While running from a mob of crazed fans, Homer is saved by a mysterious woman named Julia, who turns out to be a little too concerned for Homer's wellbeing.
 

JABF21: Midnight Towboy

Airdate: 7 October 2007

Writer: Stephanie Gillis
Director: Matthew Nastuk
Executive Producer: Al Jean

Feeling that Maggie is getting too clingy, Marge hires a counselor to teach her to be very independent at an early age. But the method works a little too well, leaving Maggie with no need for Marge at all. Meanwhile, Homer goes in search of milk for Maggie and ends up having his car towed by a tow truck driver named Louie who introduces Homer to the joy of towing cars for a living. Louie invites Homer to be the tow truck driver for Springfield on one condition: that Homer stay off of Louie's turf. When Homer gets a little too "tow happy," the residents of Springfield set Homer up to look like he's towing in Louie's territory, and Homer must suffer the wrath. With Homer missing, newly independent Maggie springs to action.
 

JABF19: I Don't Wanna Know Why The Caged Bird Sings

Airdate: 14 October 2007

Writer: Dana Gould
Director: Bob Anderson
Executive Producer: Al Jean

While waiting in line at the bank, Marge strikes up a conversation with a strange man named Dwight (Steve Buscemi) who later attempts to rob the bank. When the police show up, Marge convinces a cornered Dwight to turn himself in by promising to visit him in prison. As Dwight eagerly awaits Marge's visit, Homer assures her that Dwight will not expect her to actually visit. But when Dwight receives a phone call and the caller (Ted Nugent) isn't Marge, he escapes to find her. Watching the news report about Dwight's jail break, she wishes she had kept her promise.
 

JABF16: Treehouse Of Horror XVIII

Airdate: 4 November 2007

Writer: Marc Wilmore
Director: Chuck Sheetz
Executive Producer: Al Jean

ET Go Home: Bart and Lisa try to help Kodos return to his home planet, or at least that's what Kodos wants them to think.
Mr. And Mrs. Simpson: Homer and Marge in a Mr. and Mrs. Smith parody.
Heck House: when Bart and his friends go too far in playing pranks on Halloween, Flanders turns the church into a Hell House that's a real killer
 

JABF22: Little Orphan Millie

Airdate: 11 November 2007

Writer: Mick Kelly
Director: Lance Kramer
Executive Producer: Al Jean

When Milhouse's parents are lost at sea and presumed dead, Milhouse decides it's time to begin acting like a real man, and his new attitude makes him more attractive and popular than ever. Bart can't stand that Milhouse has become cooler than him, and he devises a plan to win back his cooler-than-Milhouse status. Meanwhile, Homer finds himself in hot water when he can't remember the color of Marge's eyes, and Marge vows not to let Homer see her eyes again until he remembers their color.
 

JABF17: Husbands And Knives

Airdate: 18 November 2007

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

Bart, Lisa and Milhouse check out a new comic book store called Coolsville, where they are treated like royalty by the owner Milo (Jack Black). Coolsville attracts some real-life comic book creators, so Comic Book Guy wages war on Coolsville in an attempt to win back his customers. Meanwhile, Marge decides her middle-aged physique could use some help, and she launches a gym for "regular women." Marge's gym becomes wildly successful and as her fame grows, Homer fears she will dump him for a younger, more fit guy. Homer decides to take matters into his own hands to get into shape.
 

KABF01: Funeral For A Fiend

Airdate: 25 November 2007

Writer: Michael Price
Director: Rob Oliver
Executive Producer: Al Jean

Marge dreams that Keith Olbermann chides her for fast-forwarding through television commercials. Marge tries her to make restitution by watching hours of advertisements, and she and the Simpson family take particular interest in an ad for Wes Doobner's World-Famous Family-Style Rib Huts. They drive to the restaurant, only to find Sideshow Bob waiting for them, triumphant in his elaborate hoax to lure them to their doom. When Sideshow Bob's attempt to terminate the family is foiled, he is put on trial, where his father blames Sideshow Bob's psychosis on Bart. During the proceedings, Bart accidentally kills his old nemesis, and Bob's brother Cecil invites Bart to attend the memorial service for Bob to bury the hatchet for good
 

KABF02: Eternal Moonshine Of The Simpson Mind

Airdate: 16 December 2007

Writer: J. Stewart Burns
Director: Chuck Sheetz
Executive Producer: Al Jean

Homer wakes up one morning only to find himself outdoors and covered with snow. With no recollection of what happened the night before, Homer makes his way home only to find his entire family missing. Hopelessly confused, Homer makes his way to Moe's bar, where Moe reveals that Homer drank a "Forget-Me-Shot" the night before - a drink is so potent, it wipes out a the last 24 hours of one's memory. When Wiggum informs Homer of a domestic disturbance at his house the night before, Homer begins to worry that he may have done something awful. Homer turns to Professor Frink, who hooks him up to a device that allows him to explore his memories to piece together the night's events.
 

KABF03: E. Pluribus Wiggum

Airdate: 6 January 2008

Writer: Michael Price
Director: Michael Polcino
Executive Producer: Al Jean

When Homer destroys Springfield's fast-food district. Mayor Quimby proposes to rebuild the district during the next election. Since the next election isn't until June, Quimby decides to move it to the upcoming Saturday. This change makes Springfield the first city in the nation to hold a presidential primary. The news is dismal though as the candidates turn out to be less than compelling. On the night of the primary, Kent Brockman announces an unexpected turn of events: Springfield voters rejected all the leading candidates and embraced a write-in: Ralph Wiggum. Much to Lisa's chagrin, the leaders of both parties realize that embracing Ralph as a candidate means certain victory come November. Although no one knows for sure which political party Ralph is representing, he insists that everyone is invited to his party.
 

KABF04: That 90's Show

Airdate: 27 January 2008

Writer: Matt Selman
Director: Mark Kirkland
Executive Producer: Al Jean

In a flash back, Homer gives up his dreams of becoming a musician and takes a job at his father's laser tag warehouse to support Marge attending Springfield University. However, when Marge finds herself attracted to an offbeat professor named Professor August, Homer decides he has had enough of Marge's wandering eye. Homer instead focuses his emotions on his music, inventing a new sound called "grunge." As Marge continues to date the pretentious professor, Homer becomes the hottest grunge artist around. But when Marge sees a special news report on MTV with Kurt Loder announcing that Homer's band, Sadgasm, has broken up and that Homer is holed-up in a mansion hopelessly addicted to drugs, Marge must choose between her new life and her old love.
 

KABF05: Love, Springfieldian Style

Airdate: 17 February 2008

Writer: Don Payne
Director: Raymond S. Persi
Executive Producer: Al Jean

To celebrate Valentine's Day, Homer takes Marge to the Tunnel of Love at a carnival. But when Bart pulls a prank, they become hopelessly stranded. Homer tries to cheer Marge up by recounting some of the greatest love stories of all time, beginning with Bonnie and Clyde (as Marge and Homer). Next, Marge tells the story of two dogs, Sadie (Marge) and Scamp (Homer), in her take on "Lady and the Tramp." Lastly, Bart spins the final romantic tale in his recounting of the rock-and-roll romance of the The Sex Pistols when Nancy Spungeon (Lisa) falls for the rebellious Sid Vicious (Nelson).
 

KABF06: The Debarted

Airdate: 2 March 2008

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

When a new, tough-looking kid at school named Donny teams up with Bart to help him carry out his pranks, Bart thinks he has found his ultimate partner in crime. However, when Bart's seemingly foolproof pranks begin to backfire, Groundskeeper Willie warns Bart that he smells a rat in Bart's group of friends. With Skinner on his case and the possibility of expulsion on the horizon, Bart must figure out who he can trust and who he must get rid of before it is too late. Meanwhile, Homer receives a fancy loaner car after Marge damages their old car in an accident, and he grows extremely attached to his new set of luxury wheels.
 

KABF07: Dial "N" For Nerder

Airdate: 9 March 2008

Writer: Carolyn Omine & William Wright
Director: Bob Anderson
Executive Producer: Al Jean

Marge hires a nutritionist who puts Homer on a strict diet, but Homer decides to sneak in snacks and meals on the side. Marge becomes suspicious of Homer's weight gain and calls the producers of 'The Sneakers,' a take-off on 'Cheaters.' Meanwhile, Bart and Lisa go bike-riding in Springfield National Park, where they run into Martin Prince and play a prank on him. Bart and Lisa are wracked with guilt when their prank goes terribly wrong they think they're responsible for the accidental death of Martin Prince.
 

KABF08: Smoke On The Daughter

Airdate: 30 March 2008

Writer: Billy Kimball
Director: Lance Kramer
Executive Producer: Al Jean

Lisa becomes a ballerina at an academy and discovers that her natural talent is enhanced by second hand cigarette smoke. Meanwhile, Homer reveals that he has secretly been making beef jerky and is dismayed when a family of raccoons steals it.
 

KABF09: Papa Don't Leech

Airdate: 13 April 2008

Writer: Reid Harrison
Director: Chris Clements
Executive Producer: Al Jean

Lisa discovers that the town of Springfield has not collected millions of dollars worth of taxes. As a result, the town starts collecting from most of the evaders and the only remaining debtor is Lurleen Lumpkin (Beverly D'Angelo). As the police try to track her down, Lurleen stays with the Simpson family. Lurleen is reunited with her father who then sells all her songs to the Dixie Chicks.
 

KABF10: Apocalypse Cow

Airdate: 27 April 2008

Writer: Jeff Westbrook
Director: Nancy Kruse
Executive Producer: Al Jean

When Bart joins the 4-H Club, he unexpectedly falls in love with a cow named Lou. But when Bart finds out that Lou has been sold to a slaughterhouse, he becomes determined to save him. Bart and Lisa free Lou from the slaughterhouse, and Bart gives the cow to Mary, a fellow 4-H Club member. However, Mary's father mistakenly believes Bart is giving them the cow as a dowry for Mary's hand in marriage. When Homer and Marge hear of Bart's engagement, they devise a plan to save Lou and free Bart from his marriage.
 

KABF11: Any Given Sundance

Airdate: 4 May 2008

Writer: Daniel Chun
Director: Chuck Sheetz
Executive Producer: Al Jean

Lisa makes a documentary about her family for a school project. After the success of her project, Principal Skinner and Superintendent Chalmers encourage her to enter the film into the Sundance Film Festival. But when Lisa's film premieres at Sundance, Homer, Marge and Bart are embarrassed by the candid behind-the-scenes look at their lives.
 

KABF12: Mona Leaves-a

Airdate: 11 May 2008

Writer: Joel H. Cohen
Director: Mike B. Anderson & Ralph Sosa
Executive Producer: Al Jean

When Homer's mother Mona unexpectedly passes away, Homer is filled with guilt for not telling her how much he loved her before she died. To make it up to her, Homer decides to fulfill her final wishes by throwing her ashes over Lake Wastershare at Springfield Monument Park. Glenn Close guest-voices as Mona, and Lance Armstrong as himself.
 

KABF13: All About Lisa

Airdate: 18 May 2008

Writer: John Frink
Director: Steven Dean Moore
Executive Producer: Al Jean

As Krusty's new assistant, Lisa steals the spotlight and gets her own television show, leaving Krusty behind. But when she's honored as Entertainer of the Year at the Springfield Media Awards, she realizes that the she may not be cut out for showbiz after all. Meanwhile, Bart and Homer spend some time bonding through their newfound love of coin-collecting.
 


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