In which the family gets a lesson about Ancient Rome.
In which Mr. Burns learns the power of friendship, but at what cost!?
In which, it all just kinda ends.
In which Homer and Maggie make friends with people on the opposite ends of the economic ladder.
In which Professor Frink makes his own cryptocurrency and becomes really, really rich.
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 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.