Season Cast 47

  1. Dan Castellaneta
  2. Julie Kavner

    Julie Kavner

    Marge Simpson (21 Episodes)

  3. Nancy Cartwright
  4. Yeardley Smith
  5. Pamela Hayden
  6. Russi Taylor

    Russi Taylor

    Martin Prince (21 Episodes), (4 Episodes)

  7. Hank Azaria

    Hank Azaria

    Apu (21 Episodes)

  8. Marcia Wallace

    Marcia Wallace

    Edna Krabappel (21 Episodes), (8 Episodes)

  9. Tress MacNeille
  10. Maggie Roswell
  11. Phil Hartman

    Phil Hartman

    Troy McClure (21 Episodes)

  12. Chris Edgerly

    Chris Edgerly

    (21 Episodes)

  13. Harry Shearer

    Harry Shearer

    Ned Flanders (21 Episodes)

  14. Marcia Mitzman Gaven

    Marcia Mitzman Gaven

    (3 Episodes)

  15. Gary Coleman

    Gary Coleman

    (2 Episodes)

  16. Frank Welker

    Frank Welker

    (2 Episodes)

  17. Joe Mantegna

    Joe Mantegna

    Fat Tony (2 Episodes)

  18. Tom Savini

    Tom Savini

    (1 Episode)

  19. Jan Hooks

    Jan Hooks

    (1 Episode)

  20. Kelsey Grammer

    Kelsey Grammer

    (1 Episode)

  21. Patrick McGoohan

    Patrick McGoohan

    (1 Episode)

  22. Edward Norton

    Edward Norton

    (1 Episode)

  23. Stacy Keach

    Stacy Keach

    (1 Episode)

  24. Serena Williams

    Serena Williams

    (1 Episode)

  25. Frankie Muniz

    Frankie Muniz

    (1 Episode)

  26. Michael Keaton

    Michael Keaton

    (1 Episode)

  27. Christopher Walken

    Christopher Walken

    (1 Episode)

  28. Joshua Jackson

    Joshua Jackson

    (1 Episode)

  29. Shawn Colvin

    (1 Episode)

  30. John Updike

    John Updike

    (1 Episode)

  31. Andre Agassi

    (1 Episode)

  32. Bruce Vilanch

    Bruce Vilanch

    (1 Episode)

  33. Chris Kirkpatrick
  34. Venus Williams

    Venus Williams

    (1 Episode)

  35. Roger Daltrey

    Roger Daltrey

    (1 Episode)

  36. Stephen King

    Stephen King

    (1 Episode)

  37. Leeza Gibbons

    Leeza Gibbons

    (1 Episode)

  38. Charles Napier

    Charles Napier

    (1 Episode)

  39. Pete Townshend

    Pete Townshend

    (1 Episode)

  40. Pete Sampras

    (1 Episode)

  41. Kathy Griffin

    Kathy Griffin

    (1 Episode)

  42. Amy Tan

    Amy Tan

    (1 Episode)

  43. John Entwistle

    John Entwistle

    (1 Episode)

  44. Robert Schimmel

    Robert Schimmel

    (1 Episode)

  45. Jay Mohr

    Jay Mohr

    (1 Episode)

  46. Drew Barrymore

    Drew Barrymore

    (1 Episode)

  47. Ben Bledsoe

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Season Crew 66

Production

  1. John Swartzwelder

    Producer (21 Episodes)

  2. Gábor Csupó
  3. Michael Wolf

    Producer (21 Episodes)

  4. David Sacks

    Producer (21 Episodes)

  5. Denise Sirkot

    Producer (21 Episodes)

  6. Julie Thacker

    Producer (21 Episodes)

  7. Richard Sakai

    Producer (21 Episodes)

  8. Richard Raynis

    Producer (21 Episodes)

  9. Max Pross

    Producer (21 Episodes)

  10. Bonita Pietila

    Producer (21 Episodes)

  11. George Meyer

    Producer (21 Episodes)

  12. Dan Greaney

    Producer (21 Episodes)

  13. Jonathan Collier

    Producer (21 Episodes)

  14. Jeff Westbrook

    Producer (21 Episodes)

  15. Larry Doyle

    Producer (21 Episodes)

  16. Ron Hauge

    Producer (21 Episodes)

  17. Larina Adamson

    Producer (21 Episodes)

  18. Marc Wilmore

    Producer (21 Episodes)

  19. J. Michael Mendel

    Producer (21 Episodes)

  20. Mike Scully
  21. Don Payne

    Producer (21 Episodes)

  22. John Frink

    Producer (21 Episodes)

  23. James L. Brooks
  24. David M. Stern

    Producer (21 Episodes)

  25. David Silverman

    David Silverman

    Producer (21 Episodes)

  26. Al Jean

    Al Jean

    Executive Producer (21 Episodes)

  27. Mike Reiss

    Mike Reiss

    Producer (21 Episodes)

  28. Frank Mula

    Producer (21 Episodes)

  29. Greg Daniels

    Greg Daniels

    Producer (21 Episodes)

  30. Tom Martin

    Producer (21 Episodes)

  31. David Mirkin

    David Mirkin

    Producer (21 Episodes)

  32. Steve Tompkins

    Producer (21 Episodes)

  33. Jace Richdale

    Producer (21 Episodes)

  34. Matt Groening
  35. David X. Cohen

    Producer (21 Episodes)

  36. Tim Long

    Producer (21 Episodes)

  37. Jon Vitti

    Producer (21 Episodes)

  38. Tom Gammill

    Producer (21 Episodes)

Writing

  1. John Swartzwelder

    Writer (4 Episodes)

  2. Don Payne

    Writer (4 Episodes)

  3. John Frink

    Writer (4 Episodes)

  4. Matt Selman

    Writer (3 Episodes)

  5. Al Jean

    Al Jean

    Writer (3 Episodes)

  6. Rob LaZebnik

    Writer (2 Episodes)

  7. Tim Long

    Writer (2 Episodes)

  8. Carolyn Omine

    Writer (2 Episodes)

  9. Bob Bendetson

    Writer (1 Episode)

  10. Julie Thacker

    Writer (1 Episode)

  11. Tom Martin

    Writer (1 Episode)

  12. Larry Doyle

    Writer (1 Episode)

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Episodes 21

November 1, 2000

This year's Halloween story sees The Simpsons as "The Munsters" (with everyone except Lisa getting killed), Homer as a wandering spirit on the hunt for a good deed in "G-G-Ghost D-D-Dad," Bart and Lisa as peasants in a fairy tale forest in "Scary Tales Can Come True," and Lisa inadvertently dooming mankind by rescuing a dolphin in "Night of the Dolphin."

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November 5, 2000

While calling Animal Control over a badger taking residence in Santa's Little Helper's doghouse, Homer discovers that Springfield has two different area codes–and ends up leading a revolt that splits the town in two.

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November 12, 2000

Krusty takes parenting lessons from Homer when, during an outdoor book fair, a girl tells Krusty that she is his long-lost daughter from a one-night stand with a female soldier who fought during the first Gulf War.

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November 19, 2000

Lisa falls for the teenaged leader of a militant environmentalist group and tries to impress him by living in Springfield's oldest tree in order to keep it from being cut down.

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Crew 2

Directed by: Steven Dean Moore

Written by: Matt Selman

Guest Stars 2 Full Cast & Crew

  1. Tress MacNeille

    Tress MacNeille

    Angela Dare / Gwen the waitress / Homer's cousin's wife (voice)

  2. Joshua Jackson

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November 26, 2000

When the Simpsons once again have financial problems, Mr. Burns pays Homer to play pranks on others and humiliate himself in public. Meanwhile, Smithers creates a Malibu Stacy-themed musical.

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December 3, 2000

Homer decides to buy a computer after turning up to the Plant to find it closed by e-mail. He then creates his own website and it eventually gains attention when he posts gossip. Homer dubs himself as "Mr. X" to conceal his identity. When he reveals that he is Mr. X, he becomes drugged into a mysterious island where people who know too much are imprisoned after Homer starts writing conspiracy theories such as flu shots.

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December 10, 2000

Homer and Bart become father–son con artists (after Bart is given money out of pity when Homer decided to not take him home), but soon find that they are the ones being had.

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December 17, 2000

A snowstorm traps the students of Springfield Elementary inside, with them overthrowing Principal Skinner when he uses his Army skills to control them. Meanwhile, Homer tries to rescue the children–using Flanders' car.

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HOMR

January 7, 2001

While working as a human guinea pig (to pay off the family's lost savings after making a bad investment), Homer discovers the root cause of his subnormal intelligence: a crayon that was lodged in his brain ever since he was a boy. He decides to have it removed to increase his IQ, but discovers that being smart does not necessarily equal being happy.

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6.8

Pokey Mom

January 14, 2001

Marge tries to rehabilitate a convict with remarkable artistic talent. Meanwhile, Homer uses a trash can to fix people's spines.

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February 4, 2001

Bart and Milhouse are banned from The Android Dungeon after stopping Comic Book Guy from buying a box of priceless Star Wars memorabilia for $5, but are hired as his replacements when Comic Book Guy has a heart attack and is advised to leave his job in order to make friends.

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February 11, 2001

While making funeral arrangements for Grampa's future, the funeral planner pitches the idea of a mausoleum that uses the same amount of cement as a full-sized tennis court. This prompts Homer to instead build a tennis court in his backyard, initially mistaking the sport for "Foxy Boxing". The tennis court makes Marge and Homer popular in town, but it turns out that this is only because Homer's inferior tennis ability makes them an easy target. Bart on the other hand, shines as a natural.

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February 18, 2001

Krusty announces his retirement due to interference from network executives and the growing popularity of the big-money game show "Me Wantee", but when Krusty reveals to Sideshow Bob that all of the episodes featuring him have been erased, Sideshow Bob uses Krusty's biggest fan (Bart) to murder him during Krusty's farewell show.

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February 25, 2001

A music producer selects Bart, Nelson, Milhouse and Ralph to be members of the next hit boy band, who record subliminal songs about joining the Navy.

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March 4, 2001

Homer becomes a Good Samaritan after discovering the simple joys of helping people in need–which is put to the test when he goes on a hunger strike after the owner of the Springfield Isotopes attempts to discredit him when Homer stumbles on his plot to discreetly move the team to Albuquerque, New Mexico.

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March 11, 2001

When Lisa becomes the target of a female bully, Lisa discovers a scientific reason as to why bullies pick on nerds. Meanwhile, Homer goes into the baby-proofing business, which is threatening the businesses of pediatricians and greeting card salesmen.

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April 1, 2001

When the Simpsons run out of food thanks to a bag boy strike (caused by Homer), the family finds an old box of animal crackers with a sweepstakes that sends The Simpsons to Africa.

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April 29, 2001

Homer's rush to the hospital to reattach his thumb, Lisa's rush to school to win the science fair, and Bart's run-in with an illegal fireworks scheme are interconnected in a parody of Go and Run Lola Run.

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May 6, 2001

After finding a sketchbook belonging to his late wife Maude, Ned Flanders opens a Bible-themed amusement park to honor her memory.

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May 13, 2001

After spraining his knee during a basketball game, Homer begins taking care of the neighborhood kids to cure his boredom, prompting jealousy from Bart and Lisa, who feel that Homer is giving the kids the attention they never had.

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May 20, 2001

When Homer refuses to pay a five dollar airport tax to fly to Delaware, the family is forced to ride in a livestock car of a train instead. There they meet a singing hobo who tells three tall tales: Homer as Paul Bunyan. Lisa as Connie Appleseed, a parody of Johnny Appleseed. Bart as Tom Sawyer with Nelson as Huckleberry Finn.

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