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Clown in the Dumps

Krusty retires after a cable comedy roast offends him and Lisa tries to keep Homer from getting hurt.
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Season 16

7 Nov. 2004
Treehouse of Horror XV
In "The Ned Zone," Ned gets the ability to tell people's deaths just by touching someone. In "In the Belly of the Boss," Mr. Burns accidentally swallows Maggie and the Simpsons try to get her out. In "Four Beheadings and a Funeral," Lisa and Bart try to solve the mystery of the mutton-chops murderer.
 
14 Nov. 2004
All's Fair in Oven War
Homer buys Marge a new kitchen, and Marge likes cooking in the new kitchen so much she attends the Ovenfresh Bakeoff.
 
21 Nov. 2004
Sleeping with the Enemy
Because she thinks her own children do not appreciate her anymore, Marge becomes a mother figure for Nelson.
 
5 Dec. 2004
She Used to Be My Girl
Marge's old high school friend, the famous reporter Chloe Talbot, comes to Springfield, and Marge becomes jealous when Lisa begins idolizing Chloe.
 
12 Dec. 2004
Fat Man and Little Boy
Bart begins designing T-shirt slogans, and his T-shirts become very popular among the citizens of Springfield.
 
16 Jan. 2005
Midnight Rx
Homer goes to Canada with Apu and Ned to purchase Grampa's medication, but the three have problems getting home because the border guard thinks Apu is a terrorist.
 
30 Jan. 2005
Mommie Beerest
Homer gives Moe an enormous amount of money so he doesn't have to close down.
 
6 Feb. 2005
Homer and Ned's Hail Mary Pass
A video of Homer dancing becomes so popular that all major sports players hires Homer to design celebration dances for them.
 
13 Feb. 2005
Pranksta Rap
Bart went to a rap concert Marge told him not to go to. In order to avoid punishment from Marge, he makes Marge and Homer believe he has been kidnapped.
 
20 Feb. 2005
There's Something About Marrying
To gain new tourism dollars after a nationwide "Worst City" news report, Springfield legalizes gay marriage. Homer flips on the issue and sees money can be made marrying gay couples when Reverend Lovejoy refuses to do so. Come to find out, a family member is gay and wants Homer to perform the marriage.
 
6 Mar. 2005
On a Clear Day I Can't See My Sister
After bullying her, Bart is restricted by court order to come too close to Lisa.
 
13 Mar. 2005
Goo Goo Gai Pan
Selma decides to adopt a child, so the whole family goes to China.
 
20 Mar. 2005
Mobile Homer
After a garage-cleaning accident, Marge wants Homer to get life insurance. Instead, the family gets an RV.
 
3 Apr. 2005
The Seven-Beer Snitch
Springfield builds an opera house, but since no-one attends it they convert it into a prison. Old and forgotten laws are used to fill the prison, and therefore Homer goes to jail for kicking a can five times in a row. In jail, Homer becomes a snitch
 
17 Apr. 2005
Future-Drama
Bart and Lisa see in to the future where their lives have changed.
 
1 May 2005
Don't Fear the Roofer
Homer meets a new friend, Ray the Roofer, but gets confined to a mental institution when his friends and family think he made him up.
 
1 May 2005
The Heartbroke Kid
Bart starts living on food from the new candy machine in school only, but he becomes so overweight that he has to go to a fat camp.
 
8 May 2005
A Star Is Torn
Lisa attends a singing competition for children, and Homer becomes her manager because of his skill to write songs that the crowd loves.
 
8 May 2005
Thank God It's Doomsday
Homer hears about the Rapture, and by using numerology to calculate when the Rapture is coming he learns that it is only one week away.
 
15 May 2005
Home Away from Homer
After Homer humiliates Ned Flanders, Ned, Rod, and Todd decides to leave Springfield and live in Humbleton, Pennsylvania.
 
15 May 2005
The Father, the Son, and the Holy Guest Star
Bart is expelled from Springfield Elementary, and Bart is therefore enrolled in St. Jerome's Catholic School.
 

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