Tuesday, August 19The Top 100 Simpsons Episodes Of All-Time: #90-81.
#90 – ‘Eeny Teeny Maya Moe’
Season 20 – Episode 16 (Episode 436 Overall)
Synopsis – Moe falls in love with a woman over the Internet. When he meets her in person, she turns out to be three feet tall. He remains in love with her, but worries about what his friends will think. Meanwhile, Homer attempts to spend more time with Maggie.
#89 – ‘The Simpsons 138th Episode Spectacular’
Season 7 – Episode 10 (Episode 138 Overall)
Synopsis – Troy McClure hosts a special episode of The Simpsons that gives viewers a behind the scenes look at the show. It features clips of the series' beginnings as filler on The Tracy Ullman Show, fan mail readings, a look at the real Matt Groening, Simpsons trivia questions and unaired scenes from popular episodes, including the alternate ending to "Who Shot Mr. Burns?"
#88 – ‘The Debarted’
Season 19 – Episode 13 (Episode 413 Overall)
Synopsis – A new kid named Donny comes to Springfield Elementary School and Bart thinks he's found the ultimate partner for pranks. However, these pranks backfire and Bart begins to suspect that there is a rat amongst his group of friends. Meanwhile, Marge wrecks the family car and Homer gets a new loaner vehicle, to which he becomes attached.
#87 – ‘Bart The Fink’
Season 7 – Episode 15 (Episode 143 Overall)
Synopsis – Bart unintentionally gets Krusty the Clown audited by the IRS after his attempt to get him to sign a check exposed Krusty's illegal tax shelter. When his financial situation worsens, Krusty fakes his death to escape from the public eye.
#86 – ‘Two Bad Neighbors’
Season 7 – Episode 13 (Episode 141 Overall)
Synopsis – Former president George Bush moves to Springfield and Bart starts to annoy him. One day Bush loses control and spanks Bart. Homer, who had been jealous of the attention Bush had been receiving, is outraged and launches a prank war.
#85 – ‘Maximum Homerdrive’
Season 10 – Episode 17 (Episode 220 Overall)
Synopsis – While at a steakhouse, a trucker named Red challenges Homer to an eating contest, ending with Homer losing the match and the trucker losing his life. To make it up to him, Homer becomes a trucker and takes Bart along for the ride. Meanwhile, after deducing that only Homer and Bart get to do the fun things in life, Marge and Lisa decide to excite their lives by installing a new doorbell.
#84 – ‘Homer’s Triple Bypass’
Season 4 – Episode 11 (Episode 70 Overall)
Synopsis – Due to his many years of eating unhealthy foods, Homer needs to have a triple bypass surgery. He has to choose between the $40,000 operation set by Doctor Julius Hibbert, which he can't afford, or the $129.95 operation by Doctor Nick Riviera. When he chooses the cheaper surgery, Homer begins to accept that he may die.
#83 – ‘Homer The Great’
Season 6 – Episode 12 (Episode 115 Overall)
Synopsis – Homer discovers that Lenny and Carl are members of the ancient secret society known as the Stonecutters. Gaining membership through Grandpa, Homer takes great pleasure in the society's many privileges and events. Unfortunately, during a celebratory dinner he unwittingly destroys the Stonecutter's Sacred Parchment. Homer is stripped of his membership, until it is discovered that he is the 'Chosen One' who will lead the Stonecutters to glory.
#82 – ‘El Viaje Misterioso De Nuestro Jomer (The Mysterious Voyage Of Homer)’
Season 8 – Episode 9 (Episode 162 Overall)
Synopsis – Homer begins to hallucinate after eating a dish laced with potent Guatemalan peppers at the chili cookoff. In this hallucination he meets a mystical coyote, which tells him to find his soul mate.
#81 – ‘Homer The Heretic’
Season 4 – Episode 3 (Episode 62 Overall)
Synopsis – While skipping Sunday's church services, Homer discovers the joy of staying home and having the house all to himself while Marge and the kids experience a rambling sermon from Reverend Lovejoy. Homer decides to start his very own religion customized for himself, despite Marge's continuing objections for giving up his faith.
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