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Simpson Family
Season Four  (1992-1993)  ·  22 Episodes
EXECUTIVE PRODUCERS: AL JEAN & MIKE REISS

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Kamp Krusty (#8F24) 24 Sep 1992
Bart and Lisa spend six weeks at Camp Krusty. However, the camp is not what it seems, as Bart and Lisa quickly find out.

A Streetcar Named Marge (#8F18) 1 Oct 1992
Marge takes a part in the musical version of “A Streetcar Named Desire”, a musical which has a strange resemblance to the Simpsons' own home life.

NOTE: The production company that animates "The Simpsons" has been changed from Klasky-Csupo to Film Roman.

Homer the Heretic (#9F01) 8 Oct 1992
Homer, in a dream, gets permission from God to skip church, much to Marge's objections.

Lisa the Beauty Queen (#9F02) 15 Oct 1992
Homer enters Lisa in a beauty contest, and Lisa comes in as runner up. However, when the original winner is injured, Lisa becomes Little Miss Springfield. Bob Hope guest stars.

Treehouse of Horror III (#9F04) 29 Oct 1992
The Simpsons hold a Halloween Party, in which three stories are exchanged: In “Clown Without Pity,” Bart receives, as a birthday present, a talking Krusty doll....from the House of Evil 'Your One Stop Evil Shop'. Next, in “King Homer,” three words King Kong Klone. Finally, After being assigned to read a another book, Bart picks out an item from the occult section, and tries to raise the dead Snowball I, but instead cause the dead people to rise up in “Dial 'Z' For Zombies”.

Itchy & Scratchy: The Movie (#9F03) 3 Nov 1992
When Bart fails to keeps an eye on Maggie and puts her life in danger, Homer finally puts his foot down on Bart's mischief by passing the ultimate punishment: Bart can never see The Itchy and Scratchy Movie.

Marge Gets a Job (#9F05) 5 Nov 1992
The Simpsons home needs about $8,000 worth of foundation work, so Marge gets a job at the Springfield Nuclear Power Plant. However, things start getting a bit sticky when Mr. Burns develops a crush on Marge. Tom Jones guest stars.

New Kid on the Block (#9F06) 12 Nov 1992
Bart develops a crush on the new girl next door, but his heart is broken when she dates Jimbo. Sara Gilbert guest stars.

Mr. Plow (#9F07) 19 Nov 1992
After Homer wrecks the two family cars during a snowstorm, he buys a snowplow, and starts up Mr. Plow. However, the competition becomes cut-throat when Homer's best buddy, Barney, starts up a competing plowing business, Plow King. Guest stars Linda Ronstadt and Adam West.

Lisa's First Word (#9F08) 3 Dec 1992
While trying to get Maggie to say her first words, Homer recalls what happened a few years back when Lisa was born, when they first moved into their present home, and what Lisa said her first words.

Homer's Triple Bypass (#9F09) 17 Dec 1992
All those years of eating those fatty foods has caused Homer to have a heart attack. Now, Homer has a choice - spend $40,000 for Dr. Hibbert's bypass operation, or $129.95 for Dr. Nick Riviera's operation--any operation.

Marge vs. the Monorail (#9F10) 14 Jan 1993
After getting $3 million from a fine due to Mr. Burn's illegal disposal of nuclear waste, the town decides to spend money on a needless monorail ....built from shoddy materials. Leonard Nimoy guest voices as himself.

Selma's Choice (#9F11) 21 Jan 1993
After aunt Gladys Bouvier dies, Selma decided to try and get married and have a child.

Brother From the Same Planet (#9F12) 4 Feb 1993
Bart decides to get a bigger brother when Homer neglects him for the last time. Turnabout is fair play, Homer replaces Bart with a little brother. Meanwhile, Lisa becomes addicted to the Corey hot-line, a 900 number.

I Love Lisa (#9F13) 11 Feb 1993
Lisa's valentine to the most disliked boy in her class causes her to be chased by him.

Duffless (#9F14) 18 Feb 1993
After Homer gets caught drunk driving, he promises Marge to stay off the Duff for one month. Meanwhile, when Bart ruins Lisa's science project, Lisa vows to take revenge by determining which is smarter: a hamster or Bart.

Last Exit to Springfield (#9F15) 11 Mar 1993
Homer becomes a Union boss and negotiates a new contract with the Springfield Nuclear Power Plant, mindful that Lisa needs braces. Dr. Joyce Brothers guest stars.

So It's Come to This: A Simpsons Clip Show (#9F17) 1 Apr 1993
When Homer get seriously injured from Bart's practical joke, the Simpsons recall at the hospital various moments from past episodes.

The Front (#9F16) 15 Apr 1993
After watching a particularly bad Itchy and Scratchy cartoon, Lisa and Bart ghost write their own using their grandfather's name. Meanwhile, Homer takes night school to make up a missing science credit. Brooke Shields and David Crosby guest star.

Whacking Day (#9F18) 29 Apr 1993
While the town of Springfield prepares for the annual snake whacking day (which Lisa dreads), Bart gets expelled from school for embarrassing Mr. Skinner during a school inspection. Barry White guest stars.

Marge in Chains (#9F20) 6 May 1993
When the Osaka Flu hits Springfield, everyone suffers. And when Marge accidentally shoplifts at the Kwik-E-Mart, she spends 30 days at the local prison.

Krusty Gets Kancelled (#9F19) 13 May 1993
When the Gabbo show causes Krusty to get cancelled, Krusty quickly hits the skids. However, Lisa and Bart vow to help Krusty out by organizing a comeback special. Guest stars Bette Midler, Elizabeth Taylor, Hugh Hefner, Johnny Carson, Luke Perry and Red Hot Chili Peppers

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