Season Cast 38

  1. Dan Castellaneta
  2. Julie Kavner

    Julie Kavner

    Marge Simpson (24 Episodes)

  3. Nancy Cartwright
  4. Yeardley Smith
  5. Hank Azaria

    Hank Azaria

    Apu (24 Episodes)

  6. Harry Shearer

    Harry Shearer

    Ned Flanders (24 Episodes)

  7. Phil Hartman

    Phil Hartman

    (7 Episodes)

  8. Maggie Roswell

    Maggie Roswell

    (3 Episodes)

  9. Jackie Mason

    Jackie Mason

    (1 Episode)

  10. Sting

    Sting

    (1 Episode)

  11. Michael McKean

    Michael McKean

    (1 Episode)

  12. Marcia Wallace

    Marcia Wallace

    (1 Episode)

  13. Beverly D'Angelo

    Beverly D'Angelo

    (1 Episode)

  14. Jon Lovitz

    Jon Lovitz

    (1 Episode)

  15. Steve Allen

    Steve Allen

    (1 Episode)

  16. Mike Scioscia

    (1 Episode)

  17. Joe Frazier

    Joe Frazier

    (1 Episode)

  18. Kelsey Grammer

    Kelsey Grammer

    (1 Episode)

  19. Michael Jackson

    Michael Jackson

    (1 Episode)

  20. Jo Ann Harris

    Jo Ann Harris

    (1 Episode)

  21. Don Mattingly

    (1 Episode)

  22. Christopher Guest

    Christopher Guest

    (1 Episode)

  23. Neil Patrick Harris

    Neil Patrick Harris

    (1 Episode)

  24. Danny DeVito

    Danny DeVito

    (1 Episode)

  25. Magic Johnson

    Magic Johnson

    (1 Episode)

  26. Kimmy Robertson

    Kimmy Robertson

    (1 Episode)

  27. Joe Mantegna

    Joe Mantegna

    Fat Tony (1 Episode)

  28. Frank Welker

    Frank Welker

    (1 Episode)

  29. Chick Hearn

    (1 Episode)

  30. Ozzie Smith

    (1 Episode)

  31. Darryl Strawberry

    Darryl Strawberry

    (1 Episode)

  32. Ken Griffey, Jr.

    (1 Episode)

  33. Wade Boggs

    (1 Episode)

  34. Steve Sax

    (1 Episode)

  35. Jose Canseco

    Jose Canseco

    (1 Episode)

  36. Roger Clemens

    (1 Episode)

  37. Terry Cashman

    (1 Episode)

  38. Steven Tyler

    Steven Tyler

    Himself (1 Episode)

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Season Crew 64

Directing

  1. Jim Reardon

    Jim Reardon

    Director (6 Episodes)

  2. Rich Moore

    Rich Moore

    Director (5 Episodes)

  3. Mark Kirkland

    Director (4 Episodes)

  4. Carlos Baeza

    Director (3 Episodes)

  5. Jeffrey Lynch

    Director (3 Episodes)

  6. Wes Archer

    Director (2 Episodes)

  7. Alan Smart

    Director (1 Episode)

  8. Brad Bird

    Brad Bird

    Director (1 Episode)

  9. David Silverman

Production

  1. Wallace Wolodarsky
  2. John Swartzwelder

    Producer (24 Episodes)

  3. Gábor Csupó
  4. Steve Tompkins

    Producer (24 Episodes)

  5. Tom Martin

    Producer (24 Episodes)

  6. Larry Doyle

    Producer (24 Episodes)

  7. David Sacks

    Producer (24 Episodes)

  8. Greg Daniels

    Greg Daniels

    Producer (24 Episodes)

  9. Julie Thacker

    Producer (24 Episodes)

  10. Jonathan Collier

    Producer (24 Episodes)

  11. James L. Brooks
  12. Mike Scully
  13. Bonita Pietila

    Producer (24 Episodes)

  14. Jay Kogen

    Jay Kogen

    Producer (24 Episodes)

  15. Jace Richdale

    Producer (24 Episodes)

  16. John Frink

    Producer (24 Episodes)

  17. Frank Mula

    Producer (24 Episodes)

  18. Tom Gammill

    Producer (24 Episodes)

  19. George Meyer

    Producer (24 Episodes)

  20. J. Michael Mendel

    Producer (24 Episodes)

  21. David X. Cohen

    Producer (24 Episodes)

  22. Michael Wolf

    Producer (24 Episodes)

  23. David M. Stern

    Producer (24 Episodes)

  24. Al Jean

    Al Jean

    Executive Producer (24 Episodes)

  25. Tim Long

    Producer (24 Episodes)

  26. David Mirkin

    David Mirkin

    Producer (24 Episodes)

  27. Jeff Westbrook

    Producer (24 Episodes)

  28. Mike Reiss

    Mike Reiss

    Producer (24 Episodes)

  29. Matt Groening
  30. Don Payne

    Producer (24 Episodes)

  31. David Silverman

    David Silverman

    Producer (24 Episodes)

  32. Marc Wilmore

    Producer (24 Episodes)

  33. Larina Adamson

    Producer (24 Episodes)

  34. Dan Greaney

    Producer (24 Episodes)

  35. Max Pross

    Producer (24 Episodes)

  36. Richard Raynis

    Producer (24 Episodes)

  37. Jon Vitti

    Producer (24 Episodes)

  38. Richard Sakai

    Producer (24 Episodes)

  39. Denise Sirkot

    Producer (24 Episodes)

Writing

  1. John Swartzwelder

    Writer (5 Episodes)

  2. Jon Vitti

    Writer (5 Episodes)

  3. Jay Kogen

    Jay Kogen

    Writer (3 Episodes)

  4. Wallace Wolodarsky

    Wallace Wolodarsky

    Writer (3 Episodes)

  5. Al Jean

    Al Jean

    Writer (3 Episodes)

  6. Mike Reiss

    Mike Reiss

    Writer (3 Episodes)

  7. Jeff Martin

    Writer (3 Episodes)

  8. George Meyer

    Writer (3 Episodes)

  9. Sam Simon

    Writer (2 Episodes)

  10. Robert Cohen

    Writer (1 Episode)

  11. Matt Groening

    Matt Groening

    Writer (1 Episode)

  12. David Isaacs

    Writer (1 Episode)

  13. Howard Gewirtz

    Writer (1 Episode)

  14. Ken Levine

    Writer (1 Episode)

  15. David M. Stern

    Writer (1 Episode)

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Episodes 24

September 19, 1991

Mistakenly committed to a mental hospital, Homer meets a tall, stocky white man who claims to be Michael Jackson.

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September 26, 1991

Lisa’s patriotic essay wins the family a trip to Washington, D.C. -- but the corruption she sees there inspires her to write a new and very different essay.

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October 3, 1991

When Ned Flanders opens a store for left-handed people, Homer wants him to fail... until he sees the downtrodden Flanders family living in their car.

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October 10, 1991

Bart becomes an errand boy for the Springfield Mafia. When Principal Skinner disappears, Fat Tony points the finger at Bart.

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October 17, 1991

Homer averts a meltdown through sheer dumb luck. When he’s invited to the Shelbyville Nuclear Power Plant to give a pep talk, he faces another potential meltdown and again “pulls a Homer.”

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October 24, 1991

"Like Father, Like Clown" is the sixth episode of The Simpsons' third season. It originally aired on the Fox network in the United States on October 24, 1991. In the episode, after recalling a traumatic memory, Krusty the Clown reveals to the Simpson family that he is of Jewish heritage, and that his father, Rabbi Hyman Krustofski, disowned him for pursuing a career in comedy. Krusty is emotionally upset and Bart and Lisa decide to try to reunite Krusty with his long-estranged father.

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October 31, 1991

In the first story, the family buys a cursed monkey paw in Morocco, and their three wishes turn out badly. In a Twilight Zone parody, Bart is the fearsome “monster” who can read the townspeople’s thoughts. In the final story, Mr. Burns steals Homer’s brain for a giant robot he’s building.

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7.2

Lisa's Pony

November 7, 1991

Overcompensating for his neglect, Homer buys Lisa a pony; the high cost of maintaining the animal forces him to work the graveyard shift at the Kwik-E-Mart.

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November 14, 1991

Homer tries to bond with Bart by building a soapbox racer. On race day, Bart must decide between driving Martin’s aerodynamic racer and disappointing Homer, or driving his own racer and losing to Nelson.

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10
8.0

Flaming Moe's

November 21, 1991

Moe steals the drink recipe Homer invented, and the rechristened “Flaming Moe” turns his tavern into a hotspot. When a national franchise wants to buy the recipe, Homer wants revenge.

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December 5, 1991

Mr. Burns sells the Springfield Nuclear Power Plant to wealthy German investors who are shocked at the conditions. When the ceiling caves in, the Germans are desperate to sell the plant... back to Mr. Burns.

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December 26, 1991

Homer and Marge recount their early years, when the couple faced a shotgun wedding and Homer’s poor career prospects.

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13
8.0

Radio Bart

January 9, 1992

Bart plays practical jokes with a radio microphone, and his hoax tests the limits of the town’s kindness.

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January 23, 1992

Sundays become “Daddy-Daughter Days” when Homer discovers Lisa’s uncanny ability to pick winning football teams.

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15
7.9

Homer Alone

February 6, 1992

Marge has a nervous breakdown and goes on a vacation alone, leaving Bart and Lisa with Patty and Selma, and Maggie with Homer.

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February 13, 1992

Bart discovers his teacher’s personal ad and invents a fictional suitor to string her along. When Mrs. Krabappel falls madly in love with “Woodrow,” Bart’s conscience starts to bother him.

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February 20, 1992

With a million dollars on the line, Mr. Burns hires ringers for the upcoming baseball game against the Shelbyville Nuclear Power Plant. But as misfortunes fell the pros, with bases loaded and the score tied in the ninth inning, Homer is sent to bat.

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February 27, 1992

After a career aptitude test pegs Lisa as a homemaker and Bart as a police officer, she becomes a rebel and he becomes a hall monitor. When Lisa’s subversive behavior goes too far, Bart steps in.

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6.7

Dog of Death

March 12, 1992

When Santa’s Little Helper needs a life-saving operation, the family tightens their belts to save up the money. Sensing their resentment, the dog runs away from home, only to be adopted by Mr. Burns.

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7.5

Colonel Homer

March 26, 1992

Homer becomes the manager of a beautiful country music singer, whose attentions drive a wedge between Marge and Homer.

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7.4

Black Widower

April 9, 1992

When Selma agrees to marry her prison pen pal, Sideshow Bob, only Bart remains suspicious of his motives.

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22
6.4

The Otto Show

April 23, 1992

Otto loses his job driving the school bus and the Simpsons take him in. When he must get a driver’s license, he finds common ground with Patty and Selma.

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May 7, 1992

Everything’s coming up Milhouse when Bart’s best friend falls in love with the new girl at school. Jealous, Bart snitches to Milhouse’s father and the lovebirds are separated.

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August 27, 1992

Homer’s half-brother Herb Powell returns, his finances in ruin from his last encounter with Homer. With a little help from the family, he invents a product that’s sure to turn his life around.

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