In which Homer becomes a mentor. Yes, that Homer.
In which Lisa’s musical gifts end up causing problems for the rest of the family.
In which self-driving cars become a thing in Springfield.
In which Ned Flanders finds a new purpose for himself.
In which a 70s TV style detective investigates an art theft.
In which Mr. Burns and another billionaire bet on the Simpsons’ marriage.
In which Mr. Burns starts a for-profit college.
In which we go back to Kamp Krusty for some reason probably related to the writers running out of ideas after 28 seasons.
In which Bart feels really guilty.
In which Marge wants to get rid of a lot of things, especially Plopper the Pig.