« on: 04-04-2009 09:37 »
If you know anything about Simpsons episodes in the future, post it here, because some small sites would have information, and it would be hard to find them on Google. So put what you can. So far I have:
Eeny Teeny Maya Moe
In an effort to spend more time with Maggie, Homer takes her to happy hour at Moe’s. While at the bar, Moe tells Homer about his new love, Maya, a woman he met on the internet. When Moe finally meets Maya in person, she is just as beautiful as her photos but he can’t help but notice one small detail: she is three feet tall. In order to make the relationship work, Moe must learn to love their differences.
April 5, 2009
The Good, The Sad and the Drugly
When Bart and Milhouse pull off a prank at Springfield Elementary, Milhouse takes the fall and gets suspended from school. Homer forces Bart to sign in under Homer’s name and visit Grampa at his retirement home, and Bart soon becomes smitten with a delightful 11-year-old volunteer named Jenny (guest star Anne Hathaway). Hoping to impress Jenny, Bart offers to volunteer at the home. But as Bart and Jenny’s relationship progresses, Milhouse emerges from his suspension and is less than thrilled about Bart turning his back on him for a girl. Meanwhile, Lisa does a report on what Springfield will look like in 50 years and becomes very depressed at the dreary outlook. A concerned Marge takes Lisa to a psychiatrist who diagnoses Lisa with Environment-Related Despair and puts on her on an antidepressant to cure her eco-blues.
April 19, 2009
Father Knows Worst
When Homer observes Bart and Lisa struggling in certain aspects of their academic and social lives at school, he becomes a proponent of “helicopter parenting,” the process of closely monitoring a child and forcing them to succeed. Homer takes hovering to a new level when he chooses a nearly impossible subject for Bart’s balsa wood model-building competition and gives Lisa some not-so-friendly advice on how to make friends. Meanwhile, Marge discovers a sauna in the Simpson family’s basement that she finds hard to resist.
April 26, 2009
Four Great Women and a Manicure
"Four Great Women & A Manicure" will be a trilogy episode. One of the stories parodies the novel version of The Fountainhead, where Maggie Simpson will enter preschool, but is put down for being creative. An adult Maggie Simpson will later go on trial. The episode will also "reimagine the worlds of Macbeth, Citizen Kane, and Queen Elizabeth I, with Springfield residents in key roles."
The episode written by Rogen and Goldberg sees Comic Book Guy create a superhero called Everyman, which is adapted into a film starring Homer. Rogen plays his personal trainer. Homer gets into great shape but the film is cancelled, and his life falls apart.
Waverly Hills 9021-Doh
Coming to Homerica
The Great Wife Hope
The Devil Wears Nada
Pranks and Greens
Rednecks and Broomsticks
Once Upon A Time in Springfield
Bart Gets a Z
Homer the Whopper