Simpsons Season 25 Trailer
Simpsons Season 25 Summary
Season 25, Episode 1: Homerland
An FBI agent helps Lisa solve the mystery of why Homer’s personality has changed after attending a nuclear plant convention.
Season 25, Episode 2: Treehouse of Horror XXIV
The twenty-fourth annual Simpsons Halloween episode features an opening directed by Guillermo del Toro and the following segments: “Oh, the Places You’ll D’oh!”: In this twisted parody of Dr. Seuss’ children’s books, Homer abducts Bart, Lisa, and Maggie and rides around Springfield wreaking havoc as “The Fat in the Hat”. “Dead and Shoulders”: In this parody of The Thing with Two Heads, after Bart is decapitated during a kite accident, his head is attached to Lisa’s body and the two must live together as one — until Bart discovers that he can fully function whenever Lisa is asleep, and sets out to incapacitate her so he can have her body. “Freaks, No Geeks”: In this parody to the 1932 horror film, Freaks, Homer and Marge are circus performers (a strong man and a trapeze artist respectively) with Burnsum and Bailey, and Homer has a plan to marry Marge off to a circus freak (Moe) so he can rob him of an emerald ring.
Season 25, Episode 3: Four Regrettings and a Funeral
At the funeral of a beloved Springfielder, four residents remember events in their lives they would like to do over. Homer regrets selling his stock in Apple to buy a bowling ball. Marge blames her taste in music for Bart’s rebelliousness. Mr. Burns remembers his relationship with a Parisienne. Kent Brockman regrets not taking a job as a cable news anchor.
Season 25, Episode 4: YOLO
Marge invites an old pen pal to stay with Homer and cross items off his “to-do” list from when he was 10 years old, so that Homer can embrace his “You-Only-Live-Once” spirit. Meanwhile, Lisa starts an honor code for the school to combat cheating.
Season 25, Episode 5: Labor Pains
After a night of playing poker with Moe, Lenny, and Carl, Homer finds himself in an elevator with a young mother named Gretchen, who is in labor and needs someone to help her keep calm. Meanwhile, Lisa helps the local football cheerleading team unionize and negotiate for better wages and working conditions.
Season 25, Episode 6: The Kid is All Right
Lisa makes friends with a new girl in school, who turns out to be a conservative Republican (a George W. Bush one rather than an Abraham Lincoln or Ronald Reagan one) with connections to Springfield’s Republican party.
Season 25, Episode 7: Yellow Subterfuge
When Principal Skinner promises that the most well-behaved at Springfield Elementary will get to ride in a submarine, Bart does everything possible to become a model student. Meanwhile, Krusty, on Lisa’s advice, sells the foreign rights to his show in order to rake in more money, but the international Krustys soon become more popular than the domestic ones.
Season 25, Episode 8: White Christmas Blues
Springfield becomes a tourist hotspot after an accident involving the nuclear plant and the Springfield tire fire causes snow to fall for the first time in a while — and when Springfield’s stores raise their prices, Marge turns their house into a bed and breakfast for the out-of-towners.
Season 25, Episode 9: Steal This Episode
To combat the poor quality of today’s movie theaters, Homer and Bart begin to illegally download movies and exhibit them in a makeshift theater in the backyard, but Homer ends up arrested when Marge sends the FBI a check and an apology note.
Season 25, Episode 10: Married to Blob
The Comic Book Guy falls for a Japanese manga artist, but Homer’s advice and the woman’s father may ruin his chances at true love.
Season 25, Episode 11: Specs and the City
Mr. Burns gives his workers Google Glass-style computer glasses so he can spy on them, but Homer gives the glasses to Marge, and discovers that Marge has been going to therapy to discuss her life. Meanwhile, Nelson bullies Bart into giving him the best Valentine’s Day gift ever.
Season 25, Episode 12: Diggs
Bart makes friends with a transfer student named Diggs, an expert in falconry who saves Bart from the wrath of the Springfield Elementary bullies – and who intends to take to the sky himself, which makes Bart worry about Diggs’ sanity.
Season 25. Episode 13: The Man Who Grew Too Much
Lisa discovers that Sideshow Bob has become the chief scientist of a massive chemical engineering company, but the two of them bond over their appreciation for high-culture. Meanwhile, Marge ends up a church volunteer to help horny teenagers become abstinent.
Season 25, Episode 14: The Winter of His Content
When the Retirement Castle is closed for health violations, Marge invites Grampa and two other old people to live at the Simpsons’ house, only to get frustrated with Homer embracing the “old person lifestyle”. Meanwhile, Bart defends Nelson’s decision to wear his mother’s underwear, and ends up part of a bully gathering a la The Warriors.
Season 25, Episode 15: The War of Art
Marge buys a painting at a yard sale. She decides to auction it off when it appears to be valuable.
Season 25, Episode 16: You Don’t Have to Live Like a Referee
At the school assembly, Principal Skinner presents a skit about living history. The kids begin heckling them and the assembly devolves into a disaster. Chalmers suggests holding a speech contest on the students’ heroes. After Martin beats her to the punch using her first idea, Marie Curie, Lisa changes her speech to one on Homer. Lisa wins over the crowd and both kids’ speeches are posted online. Lisa’s goes viral, so much so that Homer is called to referee games in the World Cup in Brazil.
Season 25, Episode 17: Luca$
Back at school, Lisa sees a boy choking on pizza. She performs the Heimlich maneuver on him, reveals his name is Lucas Bortner and he’s a competitive eater. She doesn’t think that competitive eating is for him, and suddenly gets a crush on him. She then thinks about changing him. Meanwhile, Snake, grateful for Bart’s actions, steals a PlayStadium 4 and leaves it in Bart’s room.
Season 25, Episode 18: Days of Future Future
A sequel to “Future-Drama” and a continuation of “Holidays of Future Passed,” set 30 years from now. In this futuristic installment, Bart goes to a clinic to rid himself of his feelings for his ex-wife Jenda (who is now dating a xenomorph-esque alien named Jerry), Lisa must choose whether or not to cure her zombie husband Milhouse after he gets bitten by a homeless zombie. While Marge, after putting up with years of Homer dying and being cloned back to life by Professor Frink, loads Homer onto a flatscreen monitor and throws him out of the house.
Season 25, Episode 19: What to Expect when Bart’s Expecting
Bart makes a voodoo doll of his hippie art teacher when he gets sick of art class and cast a spell to make her sick, but when he inadvertently gets her pregnant, he becomes a savior to Springfield couples trying to conceive – and is subsequently kidnapped to help conceive a thoroughbred race horse.
Season 25, Episode 20: Brick Like Me
Homer wakes up to a world made out of LEGO bricks and grows to like this new world, where everything fits in and no one gets hurt — until he begins seeing flashes of a previous life and, with help from The Comic Book Guy, discovers how he ended up in the LEGO world.
Season 25, Episode 21: Pay Pal
When Homer accidentally reveals the answer to a game that was set up to be a mystery, his neighbors kick him out, which gets Marge to swear off befriending any more couples. Lisa declares she doesn’t need friends, so Marge pays a girl to be her friend. When Lisa finds out thanks to Bart’s spying, she gets really angry with Marge, to the point of not forgiving her with a cake.
Season 25, Episode 22: The Yellow Badge of Cowardge
Bart is plagued with guilt when he wins the annual “last day of school” race around Springfield Elementary, with an assist from Nelson, who beats up frontrunner Milhouse. Meanwhile, Homer tries to bring back the annual 4th of July fireworks display after it is canceled for budget reasons.
Simpsons Season 25 Review
Okay hear me out, Simpsons is usually not my go to show. I tend to catch it one occasion especially on very late nights. I know it is popular because its funny, but I really don’t see much humor in these. Anyway, its okay to watch when there’s nothing else on and you need to veg out. I feel like Homer after watching this show.