Original air date: 09/30/2012 Runtime: 21:10 min. Bart realizes that the girls he's liked all dump him within a week. To prove he can be loved, he journeys to New York and seeks out a former flame (Zooey Deschanel). Meanwhile, Marge and Lisa's search for cheap culture leads them to perform impromptu Shakespeare in the park.
Original air date: 10/07/2012 Runtime: 21:42 min. For those who can't read roman numerals, that's 23 terrifying treehouses, and in this one, a search for the Higgs Boson creates a mini black hole which starts sucking in Springfield till it is stopped by a most unlikely hero, found footage reveals a demonic deal from the Simpsons' past which comes back to terrorize them in the present and Bart learns what life would have been like if Homer hadn't taken Marge to the prom -- guest star Jon Lovitz. Also, the end of the world as foretold by the ancient Mayans.
Original air date: 03/10/2013 Runtime: 21:12 min. Lisa gets picked on by a bully who happens to be her teacher, and cannot figure out the reason why. Meanwhile, Flanders finally gets fed up and punches Homer in the eye -- then desperately begs his neighboreeno for forgiveness Homer won't provide.
Original air date: 03/17/2013 Runtime: 21:42 min. Springfield's Easter is ruined by a prank and all fingers point to Bart. It is up to Lisa to save her brother, in a student court presided over by Attorney General Janet Reno. Meanwhile, inspired by an old comic book, Mr. Burns becomes an ineffectual superhero -- fruit bat man.
Original air date: 05/19/2013 Runtime: 21:40 min. When Marge tries to buy Homer snack cakes for their anniversary, she winds up meeting a married man who shares a common love of British Television (voice of Seth MacFarlane). Ignorant of all, Homer attempts to secretly construct a romantic anniversary train in the Simpsons back yard.