In which Lisa’s musical gifts end up causing problems for the rest of the family.
In which Marge finds success selling plastic food storage containers.
In which self-driving cars become a thing in Springfield.
In which God and St. Peter discuss who should get into Heaven. No, seriously.
In which I have to make a decision.
In which a 70s TV style detective investigates an art theft.
In which Professor Frink tests the town’s intelligence and other stuff that people forget about.
In which Mr. Burns and another billionaire bet on the Simpsons’ marriage.
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 the show goes double length to parody F Scott Fitzgerald and Empire. Empire being that TV series about the rap recording mogul and his vicious family, not a shorted parlance for the best Star Wars movie. It doesn’t matter since I’ve never seen that Empire anyway.