In which Lisa’s musical gifts end up causing problems for the rest of the family.
In which the Simpsons go to New Orleans.
In which Krusty tries to become a dramatic actor.
In which Mr. Burns wants to be a superhero, and Bart is on trial for a nasty Easter-egging incident.
In which Moe rebrands the Tavern as a gay-friendly bar.
In which Homer gets a racehorse.
In which Lisa has her first crush, and it’s on a bad boy.
It’s time for a true confession: I don’t care too much for Lisa-centric episodes. The reason is I watch The Simpsons for its sense of humor, and Lisa-centric episodes tend to … Read More