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Simpsons Season 31 Summary
Season 31, Episode 1: The Winter of our Monetized Content
Homer and Bart become viral video stars. Meanwhile, Lisa takes a stand against Springfield Elementary’s new detention policy.
Season 31, Episode 2: Go Big or Go Homer
Homer is demoted to supervising interns and encourages an idolizing protégé to start up a new business, only for them to run into trouble with the local mafia
Season 31, Episode 3: Fat Blue Line
A shamed Chief Wiggum must find the real mastermind behind a pickpocketing ring in Springfield to save both an innocent man and his career.
Season 31, Episode 4: Treehouse of Horror XXX
This year’s trio of terror includes a Stranger Things parody where Milhouse goes missing, Homer dying and his spirit trying out new bodies, and Selma finally finding her perfect mate: an alien living in The Springfield Power Plant.
Season 31, Episode 5: Gorillas on the Mast
After Lisa gets her brother to help her release a killer whale into the wild, Bart takes a liking to it and starts trying to liberate more dangerous animals. Meanwhile, Homer is conned into purchasing a boat and tries to spread the costs of boat ownership around by convincing others to become part-owners of the watercraft too.
Season 31, Episode 6: Marge the Lumberjill
After Lisa’s play portrays Marge as a boring mother, she takes an interest in chopping trees to prove her wrong. Homer is worried he will lose Marge to her friend Paula when he sees signs that they possibly could be in a relationship.
Season 31, Episode 7: Livin La Pura Vida
Marge becomes obsessed with getting the perfect vacation photo when the Simpson family are finally invited on the Van Houten’s annual trip to Costa Rica, while Lisa becomes worried they can’t afford it and Homer befriends Patty’s new girlfriend, Evelyn.
Season 31, Episode 8: Thanksgiving of Horror
A Thanksgiving take on Treehouse of Horror looking at the past, present and future of the holiday. Turkeys are slaughtered by pilgrims during the first Thanksgiving, Homer purchases an A.I. based on Marge that resents the real one, and an already dangerous space mission escaping a doomed earth becomes worse when Bart’s attempts to replicate cranberry sauce turn it into a sentient monster.
Season 31, Episode 9: Todd, Todd, Why Hast That Forsaken Me?
Ned Flanders shows Todd some old home movies when he learns his son can’t remember his mother’s face anymore. Reliving fond memories of her make Todd doubt God’s existence for not saving her so Ned sends him to live with the Simpsons to try and scare him back to believing.
Season 31, Episode 10: Bobby, It’s Cold Outside
Bart becomes suspicious when he discovers that Sideshow Bob has been hired to play Santa at a local Christmas-themed amusement park at the same time that parcels are being stolen from the front porches of Springfield’s citizens.
Season 31, Episode 11: Hail to the Teeth
Artie Ziff invites Homer and Marge to his wedding, only to find that the bride is a robot clone of Marge. Meanwhile, Lisa gets half of a new set of braces, causing her to constantly smile—and finally win popularity among her classmates.
Season 31, Episode 12: The Miseducation of Lisa Simpson
Marge convinces the townspeople to use treasure that Captain McCallister discovered to build a STEM school in Springfield. But it isn’t long before both Lisa and Homer have issues with the new school and the computer algorithm that runs it.
Season 31, Episode 13: Frinkcoin
Lisa decides to do an essay on Professor Frink just as the scientist invents a new cryptocurrency. When this makes him the richest man in Springfield, Mr. Burns sees red and he starts plotting against Frink in order to restore his former status, while Frink learns who his real friends are.
Season 31, Episode 14: Bart the Bad Guy
Bart accidentally sees a new superhero movie one month before its intended release, and uses his knowledge to terrorize the other fans. Two executive producers of the film attempt to prevent Bart from leaking any more news to the public.
Season 31, Episode 15: Screenless
Marge sets limits on the family’s screen time, only to become addicted herself.
Season 31, Episode 16: Better Off Ned
A prank with a dud grenade results in a threat to expel Bart from Springfield Elementary, so Ned Flanders offers to mentor him as a compromise. When Ned’s positive influence on Bart becomes the talk of the town, a jealous Homer retaliates by mentoring Nelson Muntz.
Season 31, Episode 17: Highway to Well
When Drederick Tatum convinces Marge to work at his new upscale weed dispensary, Homer learns that there’s also demand for a more downmarket experience too, so he opens a competing store out of the back of Moe’s Tavern.
Season 31, Episode 18: The Incredible Lightness of Being a Baby
Mr. Burns tasks Homer with swindling Cletus Spuckler out of his newfound helium fortune. Meanwhile, Maggie is reunited with Hudson from Playdate with Destiny again, only for Marge to tear them apart after his mother annoys her.
Season 31, Episode 19: Warrin’ Priests Part One
Helen Lovejoy’s request for a youth pastor is answered by Bode Wright, a charismatic young preacher from Michigan. When Bode quickly has the Springfield congregation enamored by his easy-going and liberal approach to religion, an outcast and suspicious Reverend Lovejoy decides to look into the newcomer’s past.
Season 31, Episode 20: Warrin’ Priests Part Two
While Bode has won over most of Springfield, he finds one churchgoer he can’t sway in Ned Flanders. Meanwhile, in Michigan, Reverend Lovejoy finds the ammunition he needs to get rid of his replacement.
Season 31, Episode 21: The Hateful Eight-Year Olds
After severing her sibling ties with Bart, Lisa attends a sleepover at her new friend Addy’s house, only to discover that Addy’s clique are a group of cruel snobby rich girls that taunt her. Meanwhile, Homer takes Marge on a sunset cruise for the evening and finds himself at odds with the boat’s cover band.
Season 31, Episode 22: The Way of the Dog
Santa’s Little Helper nips at Marge, causing the family to reflect on the difficult life that the dog led prior to being adopted by the family. They end up taking him to a dog psychologist to avoid having to euthanize him.
Simpsons Season 31 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.