Original air date: 09/19/1991 Runtime: 23:01 min. Bart puts his lucky red cap in the laundry, turning Homer’s white shirt pink. When he wears the pink shirt to work, homer is sent to a mental institution where his roommate is a big fat white guy who believes himself to be Michael Jackson. Homer’s roommate and Bart collaborate on a song for Lisa’s Birthday – which she believes to be the best present she ever got.
Original air date: 09/26/1991 Runtime: 22:58 min. Lisa wins an essay contest, and the entire Simpson family gets to visit Washington D.C. Bart flies in The Spirit of St. Louis, Homer drools on money at the mint, and Lisa get Congress to pass a bill saving her beloved Springfield forest.
Original air date: 10/03/1991 Runtime: 22:59 min. At a back yard barbecue, Ned Flanders announces he’s opening a new store devoted to merchandise for left-handers. Homer secretly wishes Flanders to fail, and Ned undergoes a series of business reversals leaving the Flanders family living in a car, with Homer the last hope tot save the Leftorium. Meanwhile, Bart pretends to be taking karate lessons, only to be beaten up by bullies.
Original air date: 10/10/1991 Runtime: 22:59 min. While the rest of his class enjoys the best field trip ever - to a chocolate factory - Bart becomes a Goodfella under Springfield mob boss fat Tony. At first Bart enjoys the perks of the job, but the family is concerned when Principal Skinner disappears – and Bart is the prime suspect.
Original air date: 10/17/1991 Runtime: 23:00 min. When Homer inadvertently saves the nuclear plant from a meltdown, he wins praise and respect, but feels he owes it all to just plain luck. In the end, even guest star Magic Johnson refers to a lucky break as “pulling a Homer.” Meanwhile, Bart realizes he wasn't invited to Milhouse's birthday party because Milhouse's mother doesn’t think Bart is a good influence on her son.
Original air date: 10/24/1991 Runtime: 23:00 min. At a dinner with the Simpsons, Krusty the Clown reveals he is estranged from his rabbi father. Bart and Lisa explore Jewish traditions and literature to prove to the rabbi that clowning is an honorable profession, and lead Krusty and his father to reconcile on the air.
Original air date: 10/31/1991 Runtime: 22:57 min. In the second annual terror-themed trilogy, a monkey’s paw that grants wishes leads humanity to fall prey to sadistic space aliens. Also, Bart assumes incredible powers for mischief, turning Homer into a giant Jack-in-the-Box; and Mr. Burns puts Homer’s brain into a robot’s body -- only to discover the robot is now as lazy as Homer was.
Original air date: 11/07/1991 Runtime: 23:00 min. Homer fails to buy Lisa a new saxophone reed and she is humiliated at a school concert. To make it up to her, Homer buys her a pony, which lives in the Simpson house. To afford the pony, Homer must get a second job at the Kwik-E-Mart, and he can no longer sleep. Finally, Lisa relents and gives up the pony but keeps her father's love.
Original air date: 11/14/1991 Runtime: 22:56 min. Homer fails a quiz designed to test how well he knows his son. A trip to the Fatherhood Institute convinces him to help Bart build a soapbox derby racer, but Homer's assistance only makes things worse. Riding a sleek racer designed by Martin Prince, Bart is thrilled to see his father come out to root him on.
Original air date: 11/21/1991 Runtime: 22:57 min. Homer gives Moe the idea for a new cocktail whose secret ingredient is cough syrup. Moe takes the recipe without crediting Homer, and his bar flourishes, attracting the cool crowd and Aerosmith. But before Moe can franchise his operation, a bitter Homer reveals the secret of Moe’s success.
Original air date: 12/05/1991 Runtime: 22:58 min. A weary Burns decides to sell the plant to a group of German investors. When the Germans assume control, they discover the plant is not the bargain it seems, and in particular that Homer is a buffoon who dreams of the land of chocolate. Finally, Burns returns and retakes the plant, leaving the irate Germans vowing revenge.
Original air date: 12/26/1991 Runtime: 22:58 min. In this flashback view of Homer and Marge’s early wedded life, we see their marriage in a casino wedding chapel, Homer’s successful attempt to land a job at the Springfield Nuclear Power Plant – where we learn Smithers’ first name is Waylon - and the birth of Bart.
Original air date: 01/09/1992 Runtime: 23:01 min. For his birthday, Bart gets a microphone which he uses to play pranks, including convincing the Flanders boys that he is God. He wins the sympathy of the whole town and well-meaning celebrities including Sting, by pretending to be a boy who fell in a well. Then Bart actually falls in the well and nobody cares.
Original air date: 01/23/1992 Runtime: 22:59 min. Homer discovers that Lisa has an incredible knack for picking football winners, which he exploits with Moe the bookie. When Homer doubts if Lisa loves him, he decides the result of the upcoming Super Bowl will tell the tale. After a typically hokey half-time show, Homer is pleased to discover that Lisa’s pick is on the money and her love is true.
Original air date: 02/06/1992 Runtime: 23:00 min. After a particularly trying morning, Marge has a breakdown and stops her car on bridge. The family gets her a trip to Rancho Relaxo, a local spa, leaving Bart and Lisa with Patty and Selma and Maggie with Homer -who almost immediately loses her.
Original air date: 02/13/1992 Runtime: 22:59 min. A yo-yo craze hits Springfield Elementary, affecting no one more than Bart. When Mrs. Krabapple takes his yo-yo and places him in detention, Bart gets back at her by answering her personal as a perfect - but fictitious - lover. After standing Mrs. K. up, however, Bart feels remorse and he enlists the family’s help in letting her down easy. Meanwhile, Homer attempts to cure his foul mother by means of a swear jar.
Original air date: 02/20/1992 Runtime: 22:59 min. With a homemade baseball bat, Homer rules the company softball team - until Mr. Burns, to win a bet, decides to hire ringers. He recruits professional baseball players who each fall victim to misfortune, leaving the game in Homer’s hands (and head).
Original air date: 02/27/1992 Runtime: 23:03 min. Scholastic tests show that Lisa will not be the Saxophone player she dreams of becoming, while Bart has great aptitude for being a cop. He goes of a ride-a-long and becomes a hall monitor, where he takes the rap for Lisa, whose disappointment has led her to pull pranks on teachers at Springfield Elementary.
Original air date: 03/12/1992 Runtime: 22:45 min. After lottery fever grips Springfield – and makes Kent Brockman even richer – the Simpsons discover their dog needs an expensive operation. When the family resents the cost of the surgery, the dog runs away - and is trained to attack Bart, the love of a dog for his boy wins out.
Original air date: 03/26/1992 Runtime: 22:59 min. After an argument with Marge, Homer runs off to a country-western bar, where he discovers beautiful songstress Lurleen Lumpkin. Homer decides to manage her, leading Marge to wonder if she’s losing her man to a younger woman. But after Lurleen’s successful appearance on a country comedy show “Yah Hoo!,” she realizes there’s no one for Homer but his wife.
Original air date: 05/07/1992 Runtime: 23:01 min. After a sex education class at Springfield Elementary, Milhouse falls in love with a beautiful new girl, Samantha Stanky. Bart’s jealousy drives them apart, landing Samantha in a Catholic School. Meanwhile, Homer tries to suppress his appetite while he sleeps but instead increases his vocabulary.
Original air date: 08/27/1992 Runtime: 22:54 min. Mr. Burns discovers that Homer is sterile, and placates him with an award presented by Joe Frazier. Then Homer’s half brother Herb Powell returns and attempts to resuscitate his sagging fortunes with an invention that allows babies to talk to adults.