'The Simpsons' Season 24 Episodes
The Simpsons - Season 24
This Season Pass includes all current episodes and will include future episodes after broadcast date as they become available. The Simpsons record-annihilating 24th season starts September 30, with Bart going through his little black book and finding more young starlets than Warren Beatty at his prime. October 7, the Treehouse of Horror returns. As the season continues, the stars of Portlandia, Steve Carrell, Tom Waits, and many, many surprises help Lisa fend off a terrifying substitute teacher, the Simpsons repel invaders from Portland and Homer prep for the end of the world. The Simpsons Season 24--don't miss it!
“Stand Up To Cancer”
America’s favorite Midwestern family travels to New York City in search of Bart’s (Nancy Cartwright) long-lost love, Mary Spuckler (guest voice Zooey Deschanel), who he wants to reconnect with since she has left Springfield and her backwoods family there to reinvent herself in the big apple. Lisa (Yeardley Smith) and Marge (Julie Kavner) look forward to experiencing all the city has to offer but when they realize their budget won’t allow a Broadway play, they settle for the free “Shakespeare In the Park” which doesn’t go as planned.
“Treehouse of Horror XXIII”
In the 23rd annual "Treehouse of Horror," Bart travels to 1974 to buy a comic book at cover price but inadvertently disrupts Homer and Marge's courtship in the "Treehouse of Horror XXIII" episode of The Simpsons.
“Adventures in Baby-Getting”
When Marge's car falls into a sink hole, she buys the perfect replacement to fit her family of five. But she quickly grows to hate it because, as she tells a shocked Homer, the car would be too small if she wanted to have another baby. Meanwhile Bart and his friends are determined to find out what secret Lisa is keeping when Bart finds her cryptic messages and follows her sneaking off downtown for covert meetings after school.
“Gone Abie Gone”
Grampa escapes from his retirement home, and when Homer and Marge frantically try to track him down, they follow clues that reveal secrets in Grampa's past. They find that he worked at a local restaurant with Marvin Hamlish (guest-voicing as himself) and met and fell in love with the restaurant's singer Rita LaFleur (guest voice Anika Noni Rose, "Private Practice"). Meanwhile Lisa tries her hand at online poker, getting tips from the experts, including Jennifer Tilly (guest-voicing as herself) but is soon gambling with her college fund.
Homer is shocked to discover that his bowling teammate Dan Gillick (Steve Carrell), is an accountant for Fat Tony and his mob. When the government finally catches up with Fat Tony and he is forced to serve time on a jury, he names Dan as his temporary replacement. Meanwhile, Lisa adds insects to her vegetarian diet after passing out during a saxophone solo, but starts questioning her decision when bugs start pleading for mercy in her dreams.
“A Tree Grows in Springfield”
Lisa tries to cheer up a down-in-the-dumps Homer by winning him a "MyPad" at the school auction. But he falls back into a funk when he breaks the magical tablet device until Ned Flanders discovers a miracle tree in the Simpsons' backyard with bark that spells the word "HOPE."
“The Day the Earth Stood Cool”
Homer (Dan Castellaneta) wants a younger, hipper image, so he starts hanging out with Terrence (guest voice Fred Armisen) and Emily (guest voice Carrie Brownstein), his cool new neighbors from Portland, OR. But Marge (Julie Kavner) finds their trendy parenting methods extreme and Bart (Nancy Cartwright) quickly realizes their son, T-Rex (guest voice Patton Oswalt), is super-pretentious.
“To Cur, with Love”
When a fire at the retirement home forces Grampa to move back in with the Simpsons, Homer throws out his back on moving day. While "resting" at home, he gets hooked on the super-addictive tablet game, "Villageville." And, in his distraction, he loses the family dog, Santa's Little Helper. Everyone is angry with Homer for not seeming to care about the missing dog, but Grampa tells them the story of Homer's long-lost childhood pup, Bongo.
“Homer Goes to Prep School”
Homer joins the "Springfield Preppers," an off-the-grid survivalist group whose leader (guest voice Waits) has set up a top-secret retreat outside of town to prepare for the end of the world. But Marge grows skeptical of the group's alarmist shenanigans.
“A Test Before Trying”
When Springfield Elementary is threatened with closure because of low standardized test scores, the fate of the school rests on one student who missed the test, and who must raise the average above the minimum threshold: Bart Simpson. Meanwhile, Homer finds a parking meter at a local dump, and starts deploying it around Springfield to fleece unwitting parkers of their quarters.
“The Changing of the Guardian”
After surviving a tornado, Marge and Homer seek out guardians for the kids, in case the worst should happen. They first turn to friends and family, including Homer's half-brother, Herb Powell (guest voice DeVito) with whom to entrust their kids, but when Bart and Lisa fall in love with a super-cool couple, Mav (Hank Azaria) and Portia (guest voice Jones), Marge starts to question their potential guardians' true motivations.
“Love Is a Many-Splintered Thing”
Bart's heart strings are pulled once again when Mary Spuckler (guest star Deschanel) returns to Springfield. But his failure to pay her enough attention strains their relationship. Marge, too, puts Homer in the dog house.
Bart and Milhouse explore the perks of being an adult when a shaving experiment leaves Milhouse looking exactly like his father, Kirk. Also, Marge desperately tries to save Maggie from the dangers of children's television.
Homer's obsession with the TV show "Storage Battles" leads the family to discover Grampa's past identity as "Gorgeous Godfrey," the most feared, villainous man in pro-wrestling history. What's more, he was once revered by a young Montgomery Burns who now convinces Grampa to get back in the ring. But when Bart starts to adopt some of his grandfather's former cheating ways, Grampa must reconcile with his past before it's too late.
Flanders becomes jealous when his laid-back parents start to prefer Homer's company over his and he faces unbearable guilt after punching Homer in the eye, as he desperately tries to reconcile with him. Meanwhile, Lisa is distressed by her new substitute teacher (guest voice Tina Fey), who bullies her for no apparent reason.
“Dark Knight Court”
When Bart is accused of a prank he says he didn't commit, Lisa is forced to defend him in youth court, with former attorney general Janet Reno serving as judge.
“What Animated Women Want”
Once again, Homer (Brian Castellaneta) must save his marriage when Marge (Julie Kavner) gets fed up with his behavior. Meanwhile, after watching “A Streetcar Named Desire,” Milhouse (Pamela Hayden) takes on a Marlon Brando-inspired bad-boy persona to attract Lisa (Yeardley Smith).
Homer is recruited to be a church deacon by the trendy new reverend in town (guest voice Norton). But Bart asks Flanders to help him track down their former pastor, Reverend Lovejoy, when Homer starts to embrace the faith a little too seriously. Meanwhile, Marge finds out her dry cleaners mistakenly swapped her wedding dress with one of Krusty's costumes.
Moe finds a new lease on life when rich venture capitalists take an interest in his homemade whiskey. Then, Grampa injures himself while babysitting Bart, and quickly discovers he prefers being cared for by his grandson than the staff at the nursing home. Also, Lisa takes exception to a "Tupac-at-Coachella"-style hologram of jazz legend Bleeding Gums Murphy and Sonny Rollins (guest-voicing as himself) appears to ask her not to boycott the record label.
“The Fabulous Faker Boy”
Marge encourages Bart to explore his creative side, and his initial reticence quickly subsides when Marge hires Slava's beautiful daughter, Zhenya, as his new piano instructor. Meanwhile, Homer is shocked when he loses the last two remaining hairs on his head, and employs a wide variety of headgear to try and keep his newfound baldness a secret from Marge.
“The Saga of Carl Carlson”
Homer, Moe, Lenny and Carl win $200,000 in the Springfield Lottery. But when Carl takes off to Iceland - his homeland - with all the winnings, the guys embark on a Nordic adventure to get the cash back.
“Dangers On A Train”
When Marge tries to buy Homer snack cakes for their anniversary, she winds up meeting a married man who shares a common love of British Television (voice of Seth Macfarlane).