Original air date: 09/30/1993 Runtime: 22:55 min. While at a flea market, the Simpsons discover an old barbershop quartet album starring Homer. Homer reveals that he was once a singer / songwriter for a popular group known as The Be Sharps, whose rise and fall eerily paralleled that of The Beatles.
Original air date: 10/07/1993 Runtime: 22:48 min. An anonymous letter writer makes ominous threats to Bart. The Simpsons discover they were sent by Sideshow Bob who, when released from prison, harasses the Simpsons and then attempts to kill Bart with a machete. But Bob's vanity foils him yet again.
Original air date: 10/14/1993 Runtime: 22:54 min. Homer must return to college in order to keep his position at the nuclear plant. He tries to turn his collegiate experience into a rowdy riot (à la Animal House) and nearly ruins the life of his kind, understanding dean - not to mention his three nerdy tutors, Gary, Doug and Benjamin.
Original air date: 10/21/1993 Runtime: 22:59 min. Mr. Burns has a birthday celebration featuring a performance by The Ramones. Yet he is despondent, pining for his last childhood teddy bear, Bobo. Meanwhile Maggie gets Bobo from Bart who finds it in a bag of ice. This leads to a furious struggle between Burns and the baby for ownership of the bear.
Original air date: 10/28/1993 Runtime: 22:59 min. When Homer announces he would sell his soul for a donut, the Devil, disguised as Ned Flanders, shows up to take him up on the offer. While riding to school, Bart believes he sees a malevolent gremlin on the side of the bus. Mr. Burns is Dracula, in a spoof of Francis Ford Coppola's vampire film.
Original air date: 11/04/1993 Runtime: 22:56 min. Marge goes out on a girls' night with the next-door neighbor Ruth Powers. When Chief Wiggum attempts to pull Ruth over, she flees and reveals she stole the car from her ex-husband. Pursued by the cops, they drive over a chasm - only to land safely on a pile of garbage.
Original air date: 11/11/1993 Runtime: 22:58 min. Homer buys a trampoline which injures many of the neighborhood children. To avoid future impulsive behavior on Homer's part, Marge orders a videotape to help them communicate better. Brad Goodman, the tape's host, comes to Springfield and recommends the townspeople should all get in touch with their inner child, like Bart - with a disastrous results.
Original air date: 02/03/1994 Runtime: 22:57 min. Bart sneaks away from a field trip into the studio of Krusty the Clown, who hires him as an assistant. Bart gets a part on a sketch, but inadvertently messes it up, saying "I didn't do it," a catchphrase which catapults him to celebrity and an appearance on "Late Night with Conan O'Brien."
Original air date: 02/10/1994 Runtime: 22:57 min. Homer goes undercover to reveal that Apu is selling tainted meat at his convenience store. Apu loses his job, and lives with the Simpsons until he and Homer go to India to appeal to the head of the Kwik-E-Mart corporation. Featuring the Emmy-nominated song "Who Needs The Kwik-E-Mart?"
Original air date: 02/17/1994 Runtime: 22:58 min. Lisa gets upset by the sexism displayed by a talking Malibu Stacy Doll. She tracks down the creator of the doll with the aid of Springfield's biggest Malibu Stacy collector, Mr. Smithers. A new doll is created, modeled on Lisa, but proves unpopular.
Original air date: 02/24/1994 Runtime: 22:54 min. In an attempt to send an average man into space, Homer and Barney are recruited as astronauts. Homer is sent into orbit on a voyage with Apollo 11 veteran Buzz Aldrin. Homer saves the mission from disaster, but is dismayed when all the credit goes to an inanimate carbon rod.
Original air date: 03/17/1994 Runtime: 22:56 min. Flanders invited Homer to go with him to a football game and even gives him the game ball. Homer decides he's been too hard on his neighbor and is overly kind to Ned, which Ned finds increasingly aggravating. But in the end, the natural order of the Simpsons universe reasserts itself.
Original air date: 03/31/1994 Runtime: 22:55 min. Bart wins an elephant in a radio giveaway. The elephant, which Bart names Stampy, turns out to be an ill behaved and uncontrollable, and the other Simpson pets feel neglected. Finally, the family places the petulant pachyderm in an animal refuge.
Original air date: 04/28/1994 Runtime: 22:56 min. In the 100th episode of the series, Bart's dog gets loose in the school, and the ensuing havoc is so great, Principle Skinner loses his job. Ned Flanders replaces Skinner and Skinner returns to the army, but when Flanders brings his Christianity into the public school, a guilty Bart is able to get Flanders fired and get Skinner his old job back.
Original air date: 05/05/1994 Runtime: 22:55 min. Bart plays hooky and witnesses a dispute between a waiter and Mayor Quimby's spoiled nephew Freddy. Freddy is accused of beating the waiter, and goes on trial, with Homer enjoying himself in the jury. Bart can exonerate the accused - but only by admitting he skipped school.
Original air date: 05/19/1994 Runtime: 22:54 min. Homer goes to take an adult education class, but decides to teach one instead. He reveals intimate secrets about his marriage which, when Marge learns about them, infuriate her. Homer moves into Bart's treehouse until Marge's wealth dies down - which it finally does when he pledges not to betray her again.