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Homer. Marge. Bart. Lisa. Maggie. They're unique, they're extraordinary, and they're yellow. Say hello to the Simpsons.

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Homer. Marge. Bart. Lisa. Maggie. They're unique, they're extraordinary, and they're yellow. Say hello to the Simpsons.

Series 11 Summary

Moe gets cosmetic facial surgery, and the brooding barkeeper enjoys a rare streak of happiness before everything comes crashing down - on his face. Meanwhile, Maude Flanders takes a tumble, and Apu becomes father to a litter of wide-eyed octuplets.

  • Lisa driving Mel Gibson and Homer

    Episode 1 - Beyond Blunderdome

    Beyond Blunderdome: When Homer criticises Mel Gibson's remake of Mr Smith Goes to Washington at a test screening, Mel hires Homer to help him rewrite it.

  • Bart as a cheerleader

    Episode 2 - Brother's Little Helper

    Brother's Little Helper: Bart is put on an experimental Attention Deficit Disorder drug, which improves his behaviour but makes him paranoid that a satellite is reading his thoughts.

  • Lisa in a zombified state at a computer

    Episode 3 - Guess Who's Coming to Criticise Dinner

    Guess Who's Coming to Criticize Dinner: Homer becomes the restaurant critic of the Springfield Shopper. He is so feared that the town's restaurant owners plot to kill him.

  • Homer gripping a troubled Ned by the waist

    Episode 4 - Treehouse of Horror X

    Tree House of Horror X: Ned comes back to haunt the Simpsons after Marge accidentally runs him down and Bart and Lisa get zapped by radiation and become superheroes.

  • Homer under racoon attack

    Episode 5 - E-I-E-I-(Annoyed Grunt)

    E-I-E-I-(Annoyed Grunt): Inspired by Zorro, Homer starts challenging people to duels, but goes a step too far and challenges an old-fashioned colonel, who takes him up on his offer.

  • Homer sitting among barrels of nuclear waste

    Episode 6 - Hello Gutter, Hello Fadder

    Hello Gutter, Hello Fadder: Homer bowls a perfect 300 and becomes a celebrity, even appearing on the Springfield Squares with Bumble Bee Man, Sideshow Mel and his old nemesis Ron Howard.

  • Apu wearing a milk-bottle harness and Manjula with two of the babies

    Episode 7 - Eight Misbehavin'

    Eight Misbehavin': Apu and Manjula take fertility drugs to get pregnant and end up with octuplets. Local companies shower them with gifts until the Shelbyville Nine are born.

  • Homer and Marge in bed, under attack from bikers

    Episode 8 - Take My Wife, Sleaze

    Take My Wife, Sleaze: Homer wins a Harley Davidson and forms the Hell's Satans biker gang with Lenny, Carl, Moe and Flanders. But then they run into the original Hell's Satans...

  • Milhouse wearing a lady's wig and bra

    Episode 9 - Grift of the Magi

    Grift of the Magi: Bart breaks his coccyx and ends up using a wheelchair, so Principal Skinner has to hire Fat Tony to build ramps for Bart.

  • Homer trying to ignore Ned's toned bottom

    Episode 10 - Little Big Mom

    Little Big Mom: When Marge breaks her leg in a skiing accident, Lisa takes over running the Simpsons household and Homer and Bart end up relocating to a leper colony in Hawaii.

  • Homer on the kitchen floor with a bucket over his head, the family look on

    Episode 11 - Faith Off

    Faith Off: Homer gets a bucket of superglue stuck to his head and the only person who can get it off is preacher Brother Faith (Don Cheadle), inspiring Bart to become a faith healer.

  • Marge dusting small vats containing Mr Burns foetuses

    Episode 12 - The Mansion Family

    The Mansion Family: Mr Burns leaves town for a full medical check-up, leaving the Simpsons in charge of his mansion. Guest starring Britney Spears as herself.

  • Moe's heart pumping heavily at the sight of a beautiful woman

    Episode 13 - Saddlesore Galactica

    Saddlesore Galactica: Homer and Bart save a horse from the fair and decide to train him as an American footballer. Or maybe a racehorse.

  • Maude and Ned in front of Homer's belly

    Episode 14 - Alone Again Natura-Diddily

    Alone Again Natura-Diddily: Tragedy strikes Maude Flanders at Springfield's new race track.

  • Homer and 'Lisa Jr' face trouble

    Episode 15 - Missionary: Impossible

    Missionary: Impossible: Homer pledges $10,000 to save his favourite British sitcom Do Shut Up. But when the channel comes for the cash, he flees to the church followed by a violent posse.

  • Homer, Carl and Lenny with the letters 'MOO' spelt on their bellies

    Episode 16 - Pygmoelian

    Pygmoelian: After he is snubbed for a Duff beer calendar because he is so ugly, Moe goes for plastic surgery and ends up so good looking that he becomes a soap star...

  • Lisa as President of the United States

    Episode 17 - Bart to the Future

    Bart to the Future: Bart sees his adult future as a struggling rock guitarist crashing on Ralph Wiggum's couch, while Lisa becomes the first straight female President.

  • Photograph of Bart and Lisa as toddlers

    Episode 18 - Days of Wine and D'Oh'ses

    Days of Wine and D'Oh'ses: After forgetting his recent birthday party, Barney quits drinking and takes helicopter flying lessons.

  • Homer with a red cone for a hat

    Episode 19 - Kill the Alligator and Run

    Kill the Alligator and Run: When Homer becomes convinced he only has four years to live, the Simpsons go to Florida so that he can have a better quality of life.

  • Lisa in tap dancing clothing with Professor Frink

    Episode 20 - Last Tap Dance in Springfield

    Last Tap Dance in Springfield: Lisa takes up dancing but discovers that she's not very good at it. Bart and Milhouse duck out of their camping trip and decide to hide out in the mall.

  • Half naked Homer with doctors looking on

    Episode 21 - It's a Mad, Mad, Mad, Mad Marge

    It's a Mad, Mad, Mad, Mad Marge: Otto marries his girlfriend Betsy (guest star Parker Posey), but, in true rock 'n' roll fashion, the marriage is over as soon as it has begun.

  • A factory production line of Homer figures that strangle Barts

    Episode 22 - Behind the Laughter

    Behind The Laughter: A behind-the-scenes look at the Simpson family. How did they win their fame? And how did they cope when the showbiz pressure got too much?