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The Simpsons season 7

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The Simpsons season 7 poster
25 episodes (2116 views)
Air weekdate:Sunday
Cast:Dan Castellaneta, Julie Kavner, Nancy Cartwright, Yeardley Smith, Harry Shearer, Hank Azaria, Pamela Hayden, Joe Mantegna
Genre:Comedy, Family
8.9/10(24136 votes)

The Simpsons season 7 episodes list:

Episode #1: Who Shot Mr. Burns? (2) (air date: 1995-09-17)

Chief Wiggum conducts an investigation into who shot Mr. Burns in an episode that parodies TV dramas, including "Dallas," "Twin Peaks" and "The Fugitive."

Episode #2: Radioactive Man (air date: 1995-09-24)

Bart auditions for the part of Fallout Boy in the movie "Radioactive Man," being filmed in Springfield.

Episode #3: Home Sweet Homediddly-Dum-Doodily (air date: 1995-10-01)

Innocent mishaps draw the attention of investigators, who put the Simpson kids in a foster home---the Flanders'.

Episode #4: Bart Sells His Soul (air date: 1995-10-08)

Bart sells his soul to Milhouse for five bucks; Moe goes after the family crowd. Blackboard 'I am not a lean mean spitting machine.'.

Episode #5: Lisa the Vegetarian (air date: 1995-10-15)

Vegetarian Lisa ruins Homer's barbecue, but she gets moral support from Apu and his friends, Paul and Linda McCartney.

Episode #6: Treehouse of Horror VI (air date: 1995-10-29)

Halloween 1996: Homer tumbles into another dimension in a story spun off "The Twilight Zone"; Paul Anka helps combat the "Attack of the 50-Foot Eyesores"; and Groundskeeper Willie appears in a spoof of "A Nightmare on Elm Street."

Episode #7: King-Size Homer (air date: 1995-11-05)

Homer purposely gains weight to qualify for disability, disdaining Marge's complaints and the fact that she's losing interest in him physically.

Episode #8: Mother Simpson (air date: 1995-11-19)

Homer comes face-to-face with his long-lost mother (voice of Glenn Close)---who reveals why she abandoned him.

Episode #9: Sideshow Bob's Last Gleaming (air date: 1995-11-26)

Sideshow Bob (voice of Kelsey Grammer) steals an atomic bomb and demands that Springfield abolish television.

Episode #10: The Simpsons 138th Episode Spectacular (air date: 1995-12-03)

Troy McClure hosts a retrospective featuring Simpsons history and trivia, and series "outtakes," including an alternate ending to the "Who Shot Mr. Burns?" episode and a burping contest between Barney and baseball's Wade Boggs.

Episode #11: Marge Be Not Proud (air date: 1995-12-17)

Busted for shopliting, Bart manages to keep the incident quiet---until he returns to the store for the Simpsons' Christmas portrait. And the news is devastating to Marge.

Episode #12: Team Homer (air date: 1996-01-07)

Homer, Moe, Apu and Otto form a bowling team; Bart's prank leads Springfield Elementary to adopt school uniforms.

Episode #13: Two Bad Neighbors (air date: 1996-01-14)

Homer is irked by his new neighbors, former U.S. President George Bush and Former U.S. First Lady Barbara Bush, especially when Mr. Bush gives Bart a spanking and criticizes Homer's parenting for menacing and ruined to have the outboard motor to damage Former President George Bush's new memoirs that he was working in his autobiography.

Episode #14: Scenes from the Class Struggle in Springfield (air date: 1996-02-04)

Marge's new designer suit nets her an invitation to the Springfield Country Club, where she finds it's a stress to dress to impress. Meanwhile, "natural" golfer Homer hits the links with Mr. Burns.

Episode #15: Bart the Fink (air date: 1996-02-11)

Bart inadvertently alerts the IRS to tax fraud by Krusty, whose possessions are auctioned off by the Government.

Episode #16: Lisa the Iconoclast (air date: 1996-02-18)

Lisa's research on Jebediah Springfield turns up some unknown---and unpopular---facts.

Episode #17: Homer the Smithers (air date: 1996-02-25)

Homer succumbs to job stress while subbing for Smithers as Burns' assistant.

Episode #18: The Day the Violence Died (air date: 1996-03-17)

Bart wants justice done after learning that the animator (voice of Kirk Douglas) who created Itchy was ripped off. Lionel Hutz takes the animator's case.

Episode #19: A Fish Called Selma (air date: 1996-03-24)

Selma dates Troy McClure, whose agent (voice of Jeff Goldblum) reports that being seen in public with a woman is a career boost that could make people forget "that scandal at the aquarium."

Episode #20: Bart on the Road (air date: 1996-03-31)

Bart drives Milhouse, Martin and Nelson to Tennessee, thanks to his fake ID and Martin's cash from a stock dividend.

Episode #21: 22 Short Films About Springfield (air date: 1996-04-14)

Interconnecting vignettes depict moments in the lives of Springfield residents, including Apu's partying activities; Smithers' allergic reaction to a bee sting; and Dr. Nick's appearance before a medical review board.

Episode #22: Raging Abe Simpson and His Grumbling Grandson in "The Curse of the Flying Hellfish" (air date: 1996-04-28)

Mr. Burns tries to kill Grampa Simpson to seize a treasure the two found during World War II as members of the "Flying Hellfish" battalion.

Episode #23: Much Apu About Nothing (air date: 1996-05-05)

Marge and Homer support a proposal to deport illegal immigrants from Springfield---until they learn it would affect Apu, who buys fraudulent identification documents from Fat Tony (voice of Joe Mantegna).

Episode #24: Homerpalooza (air date: 1996-05-19)

Homer goes on tour with Hullabalooza, a rock concert featuring sideshow acts. His talent: catching a cannonball with his belly.

Episode #25: Summer of 4 ft. 2 (air date: 1996-05-19)

On vacation, Lisa plays dumb to make friends with the "cool" kids, leaving a jealous Bart all burned up, with Milhouse as his only comrade.

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