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Bohdan

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:) 🎞️ or The Emoji Episode ("The Emoji Movie" title pun)
Written by Carolyn Omine and Someone random inactive writer. Let it be Greg Daniels
Directed by David Silverman
EP: Al Jean and Matt Selman

HOMER BECOMES A MEGAPOPULAR VIRTUAL FRANCHISE ON MAY IN ALL-NEW SEASON FINALE "The Emoji Episode"

Bart uses emoticons and stickers too much (even in offline communication; "barf emoji" My Octopus and a Teacher©). This angers Homer so much that it inspires Bart to create a series of personalized Homer-emojis and stickers (like Angry Dad inspired). The feuds between father and son are quickly forgotten when from a simple emoticons a mega-popular worldwide franchise develops…

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"Just remember, it all started with a mouse emoji" :) The Ceasar episode is some tribute to them and to The Simpsons franchise as well. The world of emoticons/stickers is now so HUGE, involving media, politicians, newsmakers, geeks, merchandising and all the others. There are even unused/unpopular [in my view] things like personalized stickers and emojis, whoever could do with a phone, but none is interested to it [again, IMHO].😋
 

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So, here's season 20 episodes ideas
  1. You Can't Do That in Polite Society, Homer! (TBIK01)
  2. Instruction for the Game of Life (TBIK02)
  3. Marge Underground (TBIK03)
  4. Sunsets Come so Early Late (TBIK04)
  5. Treehouse of Treehouses (TBIK06) - Halloween
  6. It's Hard to Be the Biggest Fish in a Little Pond (TBIK05)
  7. Monkey See, Monkey Go (TBIK07)
  8. Homerless (TBIK08)
  9. A Non-Dickens' Christmas Carol (TBIK10) - Christmas
  10. Reality and Lacktuality (TBIK09)
  11. Sit Down, Shut Up, and Leave Behind (TBIK11)
  12. The Girl We Were - around Valentine's Day (TBIK13)
  13. The Slumdog Bum (TBIK12)
  14. Don't Blame on Meow (TBIK14)
  15. The Mystery Moen (TBIK17)
  16. Bart Simpson's Super House Party (TBIK16)
  17. Marge Simpson's April Fools Day (TBIK15) - around April Fools, 450TH IDEA!
  18. Goats of the Past (TBIK18)
  19. Attempt No. 5 (TBIK21) - around April 19th
  20. A Pair of Two (TBIK19)
  21. Hot Dawn (TBIK20)
  22. Boy the Girl (TBIK22) - Mother's Day
  23. The Emoji Episode (TBIK23)
 

Marioburgercream

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@Bohdan
Hello :)
As for my 1200th post, i admit i still did not found the movie. As for yours, Bart's Simpsons's Super House Party, A Pair of Two, and The Mystery Moen appealed to me.

I enjoyed your finale as well as your penultimate episode. A Pair of Two reminded me Two Bad Colleagues, BUT i prefer this one with colorized versions.

See you later :)
 

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Midseason post and ahead about season 21.
1) there will be more diversity in gender of characters *gosh, what I a writing; nobody cares...:shame:*
2) there will be 2 back-to-back non-THOH spoooooky (or not) anthologies;
3) probably the longest title ever... NOT to be - I changed my mind🤷‍♂️
4) another, weird, "Homer goes to other universe" idea:deadhorse:, and more format-benders
5) very special tribute to NHC, let's called this☺️
6) stories about: Ned, Patty, Willy and other citizens in once

Random future title: Turkish Sweeterlines

264
ideas ahead - 11 more seasons at minimum! (through season 31. Oh, Gosh! Бляха муха! I really did thing there would be much less number (cause I decided not to suck ideas from finger). Just speechless.:deadhorse::aww: (yes, more self-irony as well)

Why I'm so fast? Because this is 20th midseason post, I'd want dedicated to... retrospective on such midseason posts and other stuff. (Found a doing on my whole evening 😅 )
I've thought, whether post such thread for a long time... and eventually I decided:)

I have a several plot ideas. In my head they sounded pretty good, but I won't be against some real critica.;)
I'll post a new plot after enough responds to previous one. In italic my own comments
So, start on)
Oh, my God 2 years ago👴

(I know, know, this breaks continuity)
Whoever cares now?!🤣
Thank you for your opinion. I think it's good when an episode gets criticized (good or bad):)
Essential thing. Any kind of feedback.:)
Oh, I've just noticed, that my ideas could fill entire season
:lol:
3) unexpectedly for myself, but there are tones episodes ahead ("full" season 3 minimum:))
Am I the only one, who fails reading that? 🤣 Yes
As you could (or couldn't) find out, this idea I held on purpose for some time. Not because I wanted to take some break, or give big intrigue. NO! I did it, because days ago I lost dear to me relative person, so I wasn't ready morally for reveling this, maybe somewhere controversy or misunderstood, episode on that religion topic.
Still crying remembering😢
Great, that you liked these ideas - positive emotions are very needed nowadays to everyone.:)
And a year after...
:lol::lol::lol::gatorthumbsup::shygator:
One minus of xenforo moving:P :gattorip:
P.S. Because I changed my username, I DON'T WANT the thread also changes the title - The B is always The B:D (like B+ mark)
:thumbsup:
I really hope, you're not only my reader;) Maybe others aren't just so active (judging by views statistics, there are about 20-30 views of this thread)
:cricket:Readers?
Eye on the War
Who Ever Could Think!!!:mad::negative:
As entire post, I decided to write, that in some future I may be not "so active" here. The reason - I'm 22 (by writing this post) and after graduation from university… it's time for some… job :( (I meant :D) )
But DON'T WORRY, readers and viewers, there is still TONES of upcoming ideas.;) Just maybe they'll be revealed a bit slowly.
That was probably the biggest lie ever😃. I mean, thanks God, I can to post 1 post here a day at minimum.
I have "tooooones of upcoming ideas" up to... season 8:P
...four times
ONE VERY INTERESTING AND INTRIGUED STORY (MAYBE NOT SO ORIGINAL), BUT DEFINITELLY MIND-BLOWING, CRAZY-CRAZY OR JUST "MEH" THAT EVERY VIEWER OF THE THREAD/READER/MODERATOR JUST MUST STOP ANYTHING AND WRITE HOW GODAFWUL OR HOW INTERESTING (but perhaps the former) IT IS. THAT'S SOME SURPRISE, WHICH AS I SAW COMING SOON!!!
Dare to remind what that was?;)
What i mean is that your ideas respect the show's spirit, unlike mine ^^
Hah! I'm nitpick:D

Oh, btw, there coming 95 new ideas (I remembered about my promice, and, to be fair, I'm shocked no less, than you.
Saying before season 7:D
Thanks for compliment, but must reject the proposal. My ideas are just for fan on NHC, here.
And I hope, that's gonna BE
Looking forward to seeing what the plots are for them

(also congrats on last post on old NHC)
That's still a big and pleasure honor.:)
Dear viewers. Feel free to write your comment on my ideas. Honestly: maybe they're really boring, or terrible, or too FamilyGuy-ish, ort just waste of time… or maybe you think they're fantastic, norm, ok, "I'd want to see it live". I NEED KNOW YOUR OPINION. I'm glad to active (sometimes too active) @Marioburgercream, who always comment me, BUT I WANT MORE! Please, others, write - I accept your thought. I'm full of self-irony, if you didn't know🙃.

Wow! 200 ideas. I'm... I'm just shocked. Initially I never thought I could came up with SO MUCH ideas. That's actually a fantastic way to self-expression.
Despite hard times for many understood and just personal reasons within over a year I write here, I'M STILL ON GO!☺️
Written on my birthday. Just a half year before WAR
Oh, tho3e t6pos)
Oh, daer!☺️
Season 10! WOW, millenniums😃 Besides next season episodes there will be also *taking breath after counting* 107 ideas. It's guaranty seasons 11, 12, 13, 14 and 15 minimum.
...2 times
often I break my mind with "uhh... what to make? what to make? which character about? was it done (by me or the series) before? will it sound really interesting, or it is now just a "fast-joke" Mario would like anyway"

I NEED a vacation... again
...
Marge has a desire to lose weight, but no diet can return her old.
The Fat Marge will return in season 21, by the way.
I wrote all the code for "ideas of the day" in one post.
Now I prefer to do that:suspicious:
Do you plan to write 1000 ideas ?
Just say: *Edna's laugh* Haw!😆

16?… 17? of ideas (maybe around 400-450 number), cause (no offence to anyone) I don't want to suck ideas from finger (phrasal word) just because if quantity.
I decided not to suck ideas from finger
🤣🍆
1) вперше ідея українською. Справді клас!
перед тим, як це стало мейнстримом👍Ха, ха - just month
every time when I write the stories, I do know the people will read it (even not reply here at all) just after or in some near and far future
That means there will be also seasons 15, 16, 17, 18, 19, 20 at minimum.🤯:):):)
"at minimum"
Recently, changing my device (hope it's safety now to talk about that), I had problems with data synchronizing. When later I opened my "ideas file", it was empty.😨 Thanks to God, I had thought about make non-synchronizing copy of files, and could restore it. It was a really big relief 🤗
😶‍🌫️
Despite hard WAR times, try to look strong, to be strong and keep a bit of positive.
And that was the moment I rethought the sense of this thread - to distract of all-time negative (to work or to fear; to work or to fear) and had a little of fun)
If some ideas could repeat ("rehash") some plots… forgive and forget😅 - there is more than 300 just my stories, everything can happen 🤷
Still: if among future ideas you'll find something I already done - tell me, please😅
The weather forecast: after recent idea storm no one was hurt, but it caused many ideas, including real-life based, and came after the title pun and, of course, the original ones (the last are the hardest)😂
Everyone survived...
9 more seasons - I'm shocked myself.😱
Meh
Foreword chalkboard writing: I won't use drafts for easier posting to save time, but instead must writing this post TWICE and losing a time
I WOULD😈
P.S. I must produce less self-based ideas😅. Seriously, this is fan-fiction thread, not "let's translate my life intimate moments into the Simpsons universe". Sure, own view on story with some real life experience is good, but in the same time there can't go too far with it. I'll try to avoid it😉


Despite all goods for the first time I thought about the endof this thread:cricket:
Seriously I felt really tired of all this, for the first time had a wish "oh, it isn't interesting and objectively useless. My self-irony humor is useless. I'm lack of good stories, and suck every, well most ideas from a finger. It's absurd: I saw the object and oh, how about make a story around it. Outside world events are really terrible and my ideas sound selfish. Why?😖" That was a short depression, caused, I think, just by season (summer) tiring of work and need only a break for rebooting🥱

But just after season 18!
and 19, and 20...
P.S. I might collect all my "Homer goes to [another/parallel universe]" ideas sometime🤣
...
Do you like puzzles? Be very attentive😉
One of the hint just was in last season. The next - later. The full answer is in season... 23, I guess
So, that was funny, but the last portion [of script covers] made it feel a bit of… uninteresting, I guess.
The same I can tell about this post. I'm already tired🙃


I want to make another break and have a rest, review all own ideas (in similar way) and choose my favorites and some other activities.

See you later.

P.S. F-word. You're misleaded - this is not the 20th midseason post - I found there was nothing after season 1

P.P.S. Because there was no reaction, I say now: look properly on April's Fools idea ^^
 
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Marioburgercream

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A Pair of Two
Written by
Christine Nangle, Dan Vebber and Someone random inactive writer. Let it be Richard Appel
Directed by Rob Oliver
EP: Al Jean and Matt Selman

THE TWO OPOSITES TO HAVE A MEETING IN ALL-NEW "A Pair of Two"

A Comic Book Guy and Reverend Lovejoy meet in a café (in a rainy day, one sits to other). They begin to discuss life, although completely opposite. Then each of them tries to convince/be convinced by the other.

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Must to clear: there are just 3 characters in episode - CBG, Reverend Lovejoy and bartender (cameo). The story is a parody on… NEED YOUR HELP, MY READERS❗ I remember (and see one video last year) about 2021 movie with such premise - 2 characters in café discuss the life. The event took place in Germany I guess (and the film should be German). But now I can't find that video and what is the film. Remember it was well-received. Please help.😫 And guest star would be some actor from that movie as bartender

So, back to the story. It would be like clip show, but no. I meant these 2 remembers moments of life and a little part of them are 'real' clips [from the show]. I said there are just 2 characters, but in the flashbacks there are all others (well, not literally all the characters... you got the point) including the Simpsons.

These 2 would discuss a life: family, religion, miserable other people etc. At one point I thought of replace some/both of them with their wives - Helen and Kumiko (who are also as opposites), but… that wouldn't be what I want ¯\_(ツ)_/¯
@Bohdan, is it Next Door ? If so, there is more than two characters.
 

Bohdan

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So, I come to this - re-read all what I wrote here.😅.
And choose favourites/really goods. I'll try not to chose every idea😄 (though likely it takes for several posts)
I've thought, whether post such thread for a long time... and eventually I decided:)

I have a several plot ideas. In my head they sounded pretty good, but I won't be against some real critica.;)
I'll post a new plot after enough responds to previous one. In italic my own comments
So, start on)

Better Call Do'h ("Better Call Saul" title pun)
Written by Dan Vebber
Directed by Mathew Nastuk
EP: AJ
(writer, director and ep are chosen just random:P)
To pay off a debt to the mafia Homer became telephone operator in new Fat Tony's company. [though the plot is possible, but maybe, a bit late, isn't it?] Meanwhile, Maggie run away to revenge Jimbo Jones, who had offended her earlier.
The first one… Sounds good, objectively

My idea for Halloween special (this time no THOH)

Frinkhouse of Very-Scary Horror ("House of Horror" and THOH title pun, "very-scary" is refference to Frink's speach... perhaps)
Written by Carolyn Omine and Brian Kelly
Directed by Jennifer Moeller
EP: AJ
Professor Frink re-equips his house into SmartHouse, however [as always] something go wrong with his invention. Frink seeks for help. However, everybody who entered the house [and be scanned by house's inconspicuous state-of-the-art scanner to analyze all psychophysical stimuli of a person] falls in convulsions and starts to see his\her the greatest fear...

(the episode is format-bender and more like "22 shorts...")
For some reason viewers of this thread really like it. If so, OK. That's good ;)
Nobody Better Lay a Finger on My Bartfinger (or Nobody Better Lay a Finger on My Bart's Finger, "Nobody better lay a finger on my Butterfinger" title pun)
Written by J. Stuart Burns & Caroline Omyne
Directed by Matthew Faughnan
EP: Bill O. & Josh W. (yes, them, their seasons' style)
After Bart got some injuries (even with blood) Marge starts to observe him and serve keep as the pupil of the eye (in ukr. = very strong). Though, Bart is irritated by it, but Marge doesn't want to stop.

(it's some rehash of "Peeping Mom", but in this case Mage does it with love)
Lisa, It Isn't Your Bithday! ("Lisa, It's Your Bithday!" title pun)
Written by Al Jean
Directed by Steven Dean Moore
EP:AJ
(the duest coworked on "Daddicus Finch" and "Mr. Lisa's Opus")

Bart decides to make cruel joke over his sister and changes her birthday day in social media. A few days later, Lisa's birthday comes, but nobody outside her family (the main 4) congratulates her on it. When Bart reveales it was his prank, Lisa loudly declares, that doesn't want to see and live with her brother...

(The episode is a spoof, how people remember about somebody's birthday only from social media notification.
In my head, episode is very nice, isn't it?)
That's Another Story
Written by
Jeff Martin
Directed by Chris Clements
EP:AJ

After Homer ashamed Marge, they have a quarrel [for another time], when Marge said, that it would be better, if she didn't waste years on Homer. Then, Homer has a dream-flashback, what was, if he left Marge after discovering she's pregnant with Bart... [agree, it's too rude].
2nd part (flashforward) Homer wakes up at night, and finding, that Marge is still angry at him, have another dream-flashforward to previous one. After many years he'll meet Marge with adult Bart [the only child, Marge then didn't have any relationships and was alone], who is so angry at his "father"

[marriage crisis + flashback + flashforward; how is it?]
Good Boy - Sensitive Boy ("Good Boy, Bad Boy" title pun)
Written by David Stern
Directed by Lance Kramer
EP: AJ

After getting a head injury, Bart become a "little, good, very sensitive [in secnce of often crying] to others words to him" boy (not a pranker). In the time, when people all around either don't care Bart or have fun with his new state, only Lisa can honestly care about his brother

(in my mind, this is a very sweet episode:))
New episode

My Chazy Ex-Girlfriend ("My Crazy Ex" and "My Chazy Girlfriend" titles pun)
Written by Al Jean
Directed by Rob Oliver
EP: AJ

The old [and aged a bit] friend of Ned Flanders - Rachel Jordan (guest voiced by Shawn Colvin) returned from The World Christian Music Tour. She forgives Ned [the start of "I'm Goin' to Praiseland"] and both fall in love in each other again. However, when they start live together, Ned finds out, that Rachel is a bit radical in terms of religion (even more, than Flanders)...

Hawaii Five-D'oh ("Hawaii Five-0" title pun)
Story by J. Stewart Burns, Teleplay by John Frink and Dan Vebber
Directed by Lance Kramer
EP: AJ

Homer is disapointed, that he couldn't conquer the wave. So, in the last day of Hawaii, during strong storm he must do it... [Marge and kids worry about him, and Marge is so angreed, they're about to going to airport alones, without Homer]
Guest stars: Lawrence O'Donnell as himself (to inform about the storm) and maybe another guest star with briefly cameo on the beach
Timeless ("Duffless" and so on title pun) - Another Halloween non trilogy episode
Written by Brian Kelley
Directed by Michael Polcino
EP: Selman

Backstory - no kidding, this idea and title came to me in a dream :gatorshrug2: However after real think about, I decided to add this one. Sorta of experiment

Residents of Springfield are informated [via media and so on], that, in fat, their town is unique zone, where there isn't any time stream, noone gets old nor dies [at least, "for a week or 2"]; all are the same age [Lisa screams "I'm always 8; even when I had birthday, I'm stil 8!"]. That's all caused panic in the streets of Springfield... [not confused with the real upcoming episode, though it was better plot, imho]

That's rethinking of real theory describtion, that Springfield is out of time and aged characters, who left town for some time (Sanjay, Mike Sochia and so on). That would be something crazy:P...
Fire Love (2 parter)
Written by Jeff Martin and Suzanne Martin (his wife)
Directed by Rob Oliver
EP: AJ
(I'll put the start synopsis only)

After Homer for another time maked Marge angry with his activity, Marge realises, that she isn't able to forgive him anymore and decides to divorse and let Homer out... [it's more dipper than just rehash of "Secrets of Successfull Marriage"] Meanwhile, because of faulty wiring Springfield Elementary burns in fire [don't worry, at night, where nobody was in it] and there isn't any place in the town to teach kids [either a litte of place or another funny reasons]. So Skinner decide to disband the School community.
This one should be good, actually
Citizen Ukraine ("Citizen Kane" title pun) (yes, sooner or later, I'd write such episode:D)
Written by Some random freelancer (let it be... Eric Kaplan, "The Saga of Carl")
Directed by Jennifer Moeller
EP: Selman

(cause this one is about my native country, I properly wrote the idea matherial, which is more this time:))

Constantly hearing about Ukraine's involvement in the past of one of the candidates for US presidency, Homer got sick of it and decide to travell all family there to explain, who is who. There, during the excursion, the Simpsons discover that Ukrainians know little about the truth about Americans, so Homer changes his plan and tries to "briefly" tell [his] truth about America. Meanwhile, when Homer give his "point of view", Marge is so impressed by the folk culture of Ukraine that she wants to arrange some kind of performance. (sorry for "contry-ad like plot", but: a) it's just my idea and I'm from here; b) that's my own right - to write whatever I want:))

Also, non-written plots
  • Lisa as running gag, corrects Homer "that's not Russia". Due to different historyc reasons, many foreigners think "Ukraine is the part of Russia". NOT! They're different countries with different people, culture and strategic way.
  • Bart learns some words in ukrainian language (like "козак - kozak", "гринчак - hrynchak" or "скотина - skotyna"), thinking they are swears. (btw, скотина can mean "brute" at max).

Guest stars: Mila Kunis (who is actually came from Ukraine) as Olha, excursion guide*; Volodymyr Ostapchuk and Timur Miroshnychenko as Journalists**

*as for Olha character: 1) in Ukrainian transliteration of name "Ольга" Olha is correct variant, though "Olga" is more known wordwide and the name is refference to more famous "Ukrainian-French" actrees Olga Kurylenko, who is also came from Ukraine; 2) Olha character is just casual tired excursion guide with a little of werdness", but when she listens to Homer it interested her and she wants to turn his words into some history she'd can presents at her job;
**these guys are/were worldwide famous because they hosted Eurovision Song Contest 2017 (in Ukraine). They both perfect know English, if anything.
Volodymyr Ostapchuk is famous in Ukraine host (recalled, he'll host upcoming The Masked Singer adaptation), offten voice-over actor, has an education as an English teacher (this fact I knew just today) and just "that funny guy". If not Eurovision he'd emmigrate to Canada - true story.
Timur Miroshnychenko - is also famous host, voice-over for many programs of Ukrainian Public television (including all Eurovision Song Contests).
That story should wait some time and seasons to be actual and interesting🇺🇦
Are You there Santa? It's me, Maggie ("Are You there God? It's Me, Margaret" title pun) - Christmas special
Story by Al Jean Teleplay by Carolyn Omine and J. Stuart Burns
Directed by Steven Dean Moore

While Homer decide to exclaim to Bart and Lisa ["cause, they're grown enough" + Homer drunk beer before], that "Santa's not real, and that's all by people themself" [though Bart and Lisa "aren't babies and known about it for a long], Maggie eavesdrops it, but wants to clarify. After she found "hidden" gifts, she decides to go looking for "real" Santa in the snowstorm…
[again, Maggie is gone on Christmas Eve is the snow town *sigh* You don't believe, but that's really coincidence, I hadn't notice:P But 2 differences: it's snowstorm instead of "fabulously snowy Springfield"; this time Maggie is target on something]
In my vie, this episode should be really sweet and heartbroken :maggiesmiley:
Forest Gone ("Forrest Gump" title pun)
Written by Michael Price
Directed by Matthew Faughnan
EP: Bill O. & Josh W.

During family vacation at Buffalo Hump (I meant "some place in USA where there is possibility for vacation on the mountain, with near forest; "Buffalo" I just chose randomly because of similar view via maps:P), Lisa is missing at forest and have a fantastic animated journey alone...

Needing of some musician guest star

In my view of this there is beautiful and colorful animation at night a la Blazed and Confused


Krusty+ ("Disney+" title pun)
Written by Michael Price
Directed by Mathew Nastuk
EP: Mike Scully
(wr. and. dir. recently coworked on "At Long Last Leave")

With the aim of monetize, "Krusty the Klown Show" on tv was canceled, and entirely transfer to new-created steaming platform Krusty+. While the long filming [several days and even nights for the reason "as fast as possible"] of a year-ahed material for platform (including original "Krusty the Klown Show" and its different spinoffs and relative projects) with the children [as "classic audience"], their parents are worried long absence. Mistakenly thinking it's "mass kidnaping", they bond up, appeal to police (and army) and try to capture the studio and realise the children. [Krusty decides to use it and, as the result, it's all turns into crazy mega-popular rescue operation/filming new original platform show. At least for me, that sounds very funny:D].
Guest stars Bob Iger (CEO of The Walt Disney Company) and Lawrence O'Donnell as themselves
Really funny)
The Simpsons 1000
Written by
J. Stuart Burns
Directed by Rob Oliver
EP: Bill O. & Josh W.
(wr. and dir. recently coworked on «Puffless»)

It's celebrating 1000th season of The Simpsons! The eye of on the show "very long" past is shown…

I got inspired by ''Family Guy'' Through the Years episode, as if the show is lasted for a many decades; but actually, in my view, it's more like Simpsons' "Behind the Laugher". What I meant: showing the "distribution" of "1000 seasons" between years with characteristic of "that or another era" (i.e. there was 140 seasons in late 1940th-1960th). The time is from "big depression" (early 1930th) up to 1989 (all, without showing "last 30-something seasons). I even no wonder, how that all could turn in real development:chin:

Guest stars: Matt Groening (necessary) as himself, and someone now old to play "young him/herself as The Simpsons guest star"
Teen Again (actually, title reference to France comedy "16 ans ou presque"; "16 again" in Ukrainian translation, or "16 years old or almost", literally translating in English")
Written by Dan Greaney
Directed by Jennifer Moeller
EP: David Mirkin

Homer falls asleep, and wakes up in the world as 12-year teen, with slightly different state of affairs. There he lives with his mother and nobody in Springfield knows or remember something about Homer Simpson (cause he's just unknown kid). He has a choice: to find out the exit from there, or vice versa…

That was short synopsis, but I'd want to tell more of that plot, because I really liked it:).

After Homer done [for another time] something stupid, he even has an argue with Marge [again]. During it, as "a reason" he complains about his difficult childhood, and Marge shouts that "OK. Maybe, perhaps we both would be better happier, if you didn't grow like... like you now, and I couldn't meet you!". Then Homer falls asleep in the couch in the living room, because still angry at Marge  and following things are just his dream .

He waked up by his alive mother (guest voiced by Glenn Close) and worries about everything: he looks like "not fat" teen (in my view, he similar to his look in "The Blunder Years" flashback), Mona isn't dead, they live in some familiar beauty house (that house, where was farm he actually grew, i.e. there was a farm in "e-i-e-i-d'oh") and… Abe is absent. [Because Abe didn't appreciate nor really love them and for much years had lived just with "1960th TV-set and its programs", Homer and Mona threw him and took to almost mental hospital, Retirement Castle, where "he's cared about"].

Homer careless child. He's happy, goes to school (not Springfield Elementary and without characters from there), has a school friends, has a great sweet younger years living with his mother. What more could he want?

Once he decided walking out, but outside, in Springfield [almost forget, the characters have the same view as in *cough* canon], nobody knows or remember something about him (cause he's just unknown kid). Moe doesn't allow him, because "he must be 14 at least", Homer even got to the SNPP, but was driven out by Frank Grimes, who works well as Safety Inspector in all plant (initially was just in 7G, but was promoted). He went to the Simpsons house, but now former family are all just people bearing the same [actually common in USA] surname Simpson.

Befriend with Bart, Homer with Mona is invited to the evening family dinner. There, remembering, what happened to Bart, Lisa and Maggie's father, Marge crying said "he was the great man, children loved him so much. He was the astronaut [got the reference], the American hero. However during one of flight, the rocket had landed unluckily and he perished". When Homer said "Hey, I also was the astronaut… in the future", Marge [probably from happy memories] and her kids again starts to cry and hug together. Seeing that cute and depressed a bit scene, Mona suggest to go home.

Backing home, Homer sad because of seen real warm feelings of the Simpsons [another]. He sits in his room and watch in the mirror himself future, who says him sorta like "That's world is really cool and your mom made you great lifelong dream childhood. In the same time, you saw here the tears and sad of your present family, but you wanna so?"

Homer went to the Mona and crying says "Mom, anyway happening, know I love you", both hugging and sleep together.

Homer wakes up in reality and says everyone he loves them ignoring their surprised reaction. Then he saw upside and thanks God and his mom for all…


That was really charming write. Some moments even made me cry, do you? What do you thing about this idea?
That really was worth exposing
I (Romantic) (the title is a literal translation almost, literally "I am (romance)" of 1924 physiologic novel about war love story by Ukrainian author Mykola Khvylovy "Я (Романтика)" - Valentine Day-themed episode
Written by Tom Gammil and Max Pross
Directed by Matthew Faughnan
EP: AJ
(this trio recently... wait a minute, just found out recent idea for "Midway to Heaven, Highway to Hell, and Back" by this trio and also feat. Ned Flanders. :lol: OMG, I need more diversity:P)

Ned Flanders meets [and falls in love with] ideal Mandy (guest voiced), who outwardly and in character is similar to his the late ex-wives (she's such nice as Mode, but obstinate, as Edna, and also loves Ned). Ned needs a help [in Homer] to deal with own feelings of love (I mean without outing of character, as Ned did in the start of "I'm Goin' to Praiseland").

The episode should be really nice, and in the same time, funny enough
Lisa the Veteran (logically continue of "Lisa the Vegetarian" and "Lisa the Veterinarian")
Written by Joel Cohen
Directed by Mark Kirkland
EP: Selman
(this trio recently coworked on "The Masked Teacher" idea; wr. and dir. has worked recently on «Homer the Father»)

LISA COMES FACE TO FACES WITH PAST FOES IN MAY

During several-day reenactment of the battle for Springfield (with all equipment and outlook), at the "kids version" (taken place nearby the real "adult" reenactment) Lisa alone with one side must confront her ill-wish girls from the past* on another side. They hurt Lisa not just physically (a little, they're children at all:P), but morally with bad words.

*And now, the most interesting part:D The foes are: Sherri and Terri (of course), Allison Taylor (S6E2; hello to Jakey Prince [MENTION=86919]Trab Pu Kcip[/MENTION]; guest voiced by Winona Ryder), Alex Whitney (S10E1, guest voiced by Lisa Kudrow), Francine Rhenquist (S12E16; guest voiced by Kathy Griffin); Juliet Hobbes (S20E9; guest voiced by Emily Blunt); Taffy (S22E20; because she stopped her real love with Milhouse; guest voiced by Kristen Schaal), Ms. Cantwell (S24E15, because she clearly was portraited as Lisa's ill-wisher; guest voiced by Tina Fey); Isabel Gutierrez (S25E6; guest voiced by Eva Longoria); Harper Jambowski (S27E6; guest voiced by Kristen Bell) and those 3 girls in S31E21 without Addy (guest voiced by... respective actresses). That was really hard to assemble them ALL.
They are those girls, who had some conflict with Lisa in some episode despite in most cases there was happy end with it.

Again, Lisa is alone, because all of her past friends-girls "either moving out or rehab in madhouse or dead" (that's sad, but funny line:lol:). I.e. Addy (S31E21), Tumi (S25E21), Sally ("Police Academy" idea, see above) and others.

Also come to one scene (funny/not - in your view). At the battlefield Wiggum pointed to "kids" area


So how Lisa can saved? (*some pause*) Not sure for next, but I have possible, also extraordinary solution: Lisa appeals to ALL her romance (also with gust stars):lol::lol: for the help. She leads the "last battle" and eventually, her romances come up with those girls foes (if whoever left without pair I'm too lazy to count the boys again he/she end up with the same one (i.e. boy with boy, or girl with girl, you got it)).

Phew! Making this idea was hard, but exciting:)
Homers Shrugged ("Atlas Shrugged" title pun)
Written by Tim Long
Directed by Jennifer Moeller
EP: Selman

HOMER BECOMES MOTIVATE COACH IN SEASON PREMIERE IN SEPTEMBER

To raise self-esteem, Homer visits motivation courses (where coaches say "You are the best!", "Keep going steps to your dream", if something doesn't exceed, then: "I know, you can do better, try it", and sorta of these anytime phrases). After he recovers psychologically, Homer joins the coach team, and immediately reach success. Later, one of his ward (let he named him Warren, voiced by guest star) pretends always sad and incompetent to show Homer actually can't help him [and other people], discredit Homer and bring back him to mood low…

Rejected title: "See My Best" ("See My Vest" pun)

So, how is the idea for you?
Initially I wasn't sure about the idea, but in retrospect it can be really funny😀
L'Non-Arrivée d'un Train en Gare de Springfield (The Non-Arrival of a Train at Springfield Station) ("L'Arrivée d'un train en gare de La Ciotatin" title pun, in English it's "The Arrival of a Train at La Ciotat Station")
Written by J. Stuart Burns
Directed by Lance Kramer
EP: Selman
(wr. and. dir. recently coworked on «Friends and Family»)

THE SIMPSONS TO TAKE A LONG TRAIN RIDE IN NOVEMBER

Returning from some off-screen adventure, somewhere in USA (let it be Dallas or maybe that often mentioned Delaware), the Simpsons family are going home by train (with many carriages, different types, and they are in ordinary compartment carriage. That's important), however they misleaded train company name "Orient Speed Express" as "road to anywhere with oriented speed". They discover that, when the train the train passed the Springfield station, and going by express (namely without any stops) to Near East (across Alaska, Russia, Himalayas, India, and so on) - 5 days in a road.

Homer trying to encourage sad Lisa by showing, how train ride (within the coupe) could be [something wind from "Heartbreak Hotel"]. Meanwhile, Bart (with the aim of get fun) and Marge with Maggie (with the aim of seeking some help to quit) are going though [=visit] many wagons.

Now backstory: first of all, I personally loved traveling by trains, however there wasn't really "train trip" in the Simpsons (I can remind only "train setting" in "Simpsons Tall Tales" and train scenes in "Thursdays with Abie"). So, I came up with idea, where OFF are most of time in the train.
Next, Orient Speed Express is reference on Oriented (as known as Eastern) Express - a long-distance passenger train service, which used to go from Paris to Istanbul (unfortunately I couldn't find, how long time the real trip took - 5 days is just random number).
The subplot "Bart and Marge go though wagons" is inspired by Infinity Train cartoon, and B&M may see (in Ukrainian language "carriage" translates as "wagon", so I'll use the latter): classic ordinary wagon, 1800ths-type wagon; future of train-building wagon, wagon-cafe; sleeping wagon, wagon, full of yokels (where more people, than in Indian train, if you understand what I mean), random-themed park wagon, and so others.

Guest stars: Albert Brooks as conductor in the Simpsons' wagon; Ashley Johnson (actress, who portraits Tulip Olsen, main character, in Infinity Train) as random-themed park wagon conductor.

SO, how is the idea for you-choo-choo...
Tales from the Couch ("Tales from the Crypt" title pun)
Written by John Frink
Directed by Mathew Nastuk
EP: Bill O. & Josh W.
(wr. and dir. recently coworked on «Simprovised» episode)

SEE THE TETRALOGY ABOUT COUCH GAGS' CHARACTERS IN ALL-NEW "Tales from the Couch"

You read the headline.:D This time I even didn't come with any concrete plot.:o Just say: what about the episode with characters from some "special" couch gags and countinie of them [gags]. I mean:
1) that frog family from early Scully-era couch gag. In fact, the couch gag was suggested by Dan Castellaneta's niece. And actually, it's really nice;
2) those butterfly family from after-"The Longest Daycare" couch gag for "Moonhine River". Also, without any words, just music;
3) the continue of that "global warming" couch gag ("Grampy Can Ya Hear Me") - how would be the life on that Kang and Kodos planet?
4) anti-utopia about "couches take over the world"

…and, but really not sure, if it would be needed 5) about Sampsans

So, how is the idea for you?
The Simpsons Blues and Fun (haw, it's a reference to me on Twitter - The Simpsons News and Fun, NOT ad :D)
Written by Some random freelancer (let it be... Robert Cohen, "Flaming Moe's", season 3)
Directed by Matthew Faughnan
EP: Selman

STRANGE MUSIC TRIO COMING IN ALL-NEW "The Simpsons Blues and Fun" yes, that's musical after all

Homer, Krusty the Clown and Lisa create own musical trio to perform/sing blues songs. Later, after reaching success, Homer and Lisa declare, that Krusty [with his humor image] is odd in sad blues… (actually Krusty agreed to join just because his show felt "very low", he's unlovable, and felt so sad, as blues genre needs; because of him the trio has media-platform for show and promotion - you may guess, what the plot twist, after he was expelled:o|). Meanwhile (in background), Marge finally liked jazz music, though Lisa now love blues more.
Guest stars-singers needed

So, how is the idea for you?
The Visitor Did It ("The Butler Did It" title pun) - 2-parter
Written by Dan Vebber
Directed by Timothy Bailey
EP: Selman
(this trio just is going to cowork in upcoming «The Last Barfighter»)

THIS IS A DETECTIVE, MARGE TOUGH TO SOLVE IN SPECIAL ALL-NEW "The Visitor Did It"

The new, gorgeous hotel-club for rich opened in Springfield and Marge is hired as hotel administrator[-receptionist]. [That should be a VERY luxury place with all "chic" for beau monde only, including Burns, of course, Reiner Wolfcatle, Krusty, and others]. When Homer comes to Marge's job, she kick him out , because of his "too down-to-earth behavior". As a result, Homer is angry on Marge and that beau monde at all.

All rich fun stopped, when they run out of beverages. Suddenly, in the wine Vault all vine barrels are broken, and only Homer lying on the floor drunken and drunk and high. He's arrested and charged with burglary… However, Marge refuse to believe in Homer's guilt and (with earlier post mentioned deductive skills) starts own investigation…

Subplot: Meanwhile Grampa became crazy totally:gatorwoot:, so Bart and Lisa must to guard him.

Cliffhanger: 1) Not waiting for Marge's investigation end, Homer got sentenced to 10 years.:gatorshock: 2) Grampa heard Bart and Lisa doesn't like him, so he's missing… totally…

In my view, it must be cool, interesting plot a la "Selman's early magic". There wasn't initially "story-arc" with previous episode's subplot. I think, it would be interesting to use this "art feature".

So, how is this idea?
100 Billion Dollars (actually, title reference to France comedy "Les Tuche"; "100 Million Euros" in Ukrainian translation, or "The Tuche", literally translating in English)
Written by Someone random freelancer. ?Let it be… Eric Horsted, «Orange Is the New Yellow»)
Directed by Bob Anderson
EP: AJ and Mike Reiss
(the recent time Anderson and freelance writer coworked was «Undercover Burns»)

THE SIMPSONS TO BECOME BILLIONAIRES IN MAY IN SEASON FINALE "100 Billion Dollars"

To hide from IRC, mr. Burns transfers ALL his fortune (here revealed, that's $100 billion) to Homer ("temporary", it's actually common dark scheme within bad riches, who wants to… err, why I tried to overexplain this. This was done in "C.E.D'oh" mmm… rehash:P). However, after "IRC time" Homer and rest of the Simpsons don't want to return "dirty money" to Burns and spend them to whatever they want and can… [Burns tries to deliver lawyers, but they would rather work for rich, reliable people than poor and misery Burns]

To be continued…
 

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So, continue:
Lenny: Friend, Suspenders, Guy
Written by
J. Stuart Burns
Directed by Jennifer Moeller
EP: Selman
(wr. and dir. will cowork in upcoming "Mother and Child Reunion)

LENNY DISCOVERS A PAST MENTAL BREAKDOWN IN SEASON PREMIERE "Lenny: Friend, Suspenders, Guy"

Lenny found out, he was mistakenly diagnosed and threated from Down syndrome for a week in his childhood, and wrong medicines might cause on his follow behavior (just ask nothing, and read to the end). He trying forget that "accident" and not care, but [psychosomatically] the "disease" is progressing to more changing Lenny's behavior…

Backstory: Lenny Leonard always has been that character, who is "really simple, just as big kid". Some examples I saw: Lenny's story in "Springfield up", his doll-obsession "The D'oh-cial Network" etc. I thought, what if that cause by some child's trauma or disease… So, come to this episode. I highlighted it's psychosomatical process, so he had NOT and has NOT now that Down syndrome.
If anything, the idea isn't about show "the difference of people with Down syndrome and other people". No, at all! If the episode was real in some time, I'd just want to show, how is, when a person suddenly without any doctors (repeat, psychosomatically) would change his/her live. It's more about self-medication (which is actual nowadays), rather point to some illness.

Anyway, despite some explaining, I'm already ready for controversion :o
I even forgot about this one. Great!
Lisa the Vegan (you know the other string of puns)
Written by Elisabeth Kiernan Averick
Directed by David Silverman
EP: Mike Scully

LISA CHANGES HER WAY OF EATING IN ALL-NEW "Lisa the Vegan"

Lisa met Violet, who convince her to move forward [into Lisa's "save the planet" steps] and become completely vegan (so, she mustn't eat all animal-produced food, like eggs, meat, cheese - just vegetables and fruits from the garden). Meanwhile Homer accidently in dream [=in process of sleeping itself] hit Marge's face by his arm, and now she annoyed her by emerging snoring (the part of hit is real, casual story) :lol:
Guest star: Jessica Chastain as Violet (JUST TODAY I saw TV-program coming from one Hollywood cable channel and found out this actress "first was vegetarian, then became vegan", so, she's the most suitable for that role)
This Is a Woman's World ("This is a man's world" line, from "It's a man's world song title pun)
Story by Brian Kelly Teleplay by (inactive writers) Joshua Sternin & Jennifer Ventimilia
Directed by Steven Dean Moore
EP: AJ (season 17 style)

WOMEN OCCUPIED ALMOST ALL PROFESSIONS IN ALL-NEW "This Is a Woman's World"

Homer and Marge have an argue about nowadays women worked on all jobs (as you could guess, Homer is against it and show own, not really discriminational, but still sexist thoughts about the issue). They make a bet: if Homer will find at least one job, where woman just CAN NOT be in, he's allowed to do something Marge [as well as other women] wouldn't like, AND will be able to declare, that "female" is weaker gender not just stereotypically (Lisa is really worried about last part). Otherwise, if Homer won't find, he public declares about beauty of equality and will do a thing he [as well as other men, no just Homer] doesn't like to do.
During process, Homer discovers women in ALL jobs (little backstory: this is initial episode base: I really came to thought nowadays, luckily, women are everywhere:) ). Meanwhile, being at home, Marge accidently came to answer for Homer's task (the job, women really can't be in), and must hide all hints to that profession from Homer.
The Simpsons Family Christmas- Christmas special
Written by Al Jean, John Frink and Jeff Westbrook
Directed by Mark Kirkland
EP: AJ

THE SIMPSONS ARE DIVIDED ON CHRISTMAS IN DECEMBER IN ALL-NEW "The Simpsons Family Christmas"

Watching old Christmas black-and-white films on TV, full of "Christmas spirit" (i.e. "It's a Wonderful Life"-typed; however this time films are more parodied, and made in animated form, no "live-action"), Marge really wants to arrange a "real, warm, family Christmas celebration" with all ideal in. During preparing (includes also Christmas tree ideal look, ideally-lenghth candles - you understood, she overdoes a bit:P), Marge suddenly reminds "one special thing, without which the Christmas can't be". Being on the end of Christmas Eve in mall, Marge got closed alone in building for all holidays [and nobody of family knows her, because she really quick run to the mall without saying anything]. For me, it's some mix of "I Won't be home for Christmas" and "'Tis the 30th Season" episodes and maybe "Daddicus Finch" a bit . But that's… that's good!
Subplot:
Meanwhile, because of long queues for presents, Homer decides to buy them online via service "Secret Santa" (where the addressee doesn't know, who presented, and sender doesn't know, who he/she gives presents to, thus the presents are chosen unpredictable)

Bad Hair Days ("Bad hair day" phrase pun)
Written by someone random freelancer. Let it be... Ben Joseph ("Beware My Cheating Bart")
Directed by Jennifer Moeller
EP: AJ

THE SIMPSONS ARE LIMITHED BY THEIR HOUSE IN ALL-NEW "Bad Hair Days"

Because of appeared dandruff, Bart starts constantly itching [his head]. However, later [in the time of common health fakes] there are rumors that this is some kind of infection (you can guess, what it referred to). Consequently, officially, the Simpsons house (with neighbor houses - evacuating Flanders and "other neighbors"; part of street and, of course, the Simpsons themselves) gets is fenced (with window for delivering all needments to family) and the family gets isolated for "an indefinite period"… (you also can guess, what it referred to)

The another variant of title is "Lockdown in Family" ("All in the Family" title pun), but I didn't write it, cause it would spoil all the plot:P

Comma, Not Full Stop
Written by
Al Jean and Matt Selman
Directed by Steven Dean Moore
EP: Al Jean and Mike Reiss

HOMER WAKES UP FROM THE COMA IN APRIL IN ALL-NEW "Comma, Not Full Stop"
(the episode is scheduled to air on 30th anniversary of "So It's Come to This: A Simpsons Clip Show" on the 1st, no, it'll Saturday 2nd of April in 2023)

The story is based on that fan-theory: what if Homer slept since "...Clip show" coma? And here is it - he, at least, awake:) it's flashforward, so it's non-canon On the very start flashback SD-scene, how Homer got in coma...
Homer awakes in hospital in 2023, just before his family (aged, of course) comes to him during "permanent" visiting once a week for all 30 years. They're really happy to Homer, because "supporting Homer's life support in coma has been very expensive. Marge even is angry and can't keep herself and pounce on Homer, because he really did NOTHING during all 30 years
(following events' told takes place in 1 act maximum of episode time; with some scenes from the past... err - 1993-2023 without Homer)
After Homer went in coma - 1993 - Marge (who now is 65, to said) needed to hired on job: first she decided to replace Homer at SNPP, but after Burns' harassments for years (a callback to "Marge Gets a Job") she fired.

First, the money was a problem, the family must sell the house. After Abe's soon death (well, he gone mad completely, then dead:P), the Simpsons for some time could live in his room in Springfield Retirement Castle. Then, once, the Castle burned down and the family must live in the caravan next to Nelson. Then, Bart (who now is 40) quitted the school (was, at least, excluded) and on his own became really skilled programmer (because it's the most "prospective job nowadays") and started to earn good money for the family:cool:.

Lisa (who now is 38) was an excellent student in school and university (decide on yourselves, in which one:P) and in the present (by time, when Homer waked up) she became the mayor of Springfield ("it's not as cool as the President, but also good post")

As for Maggie (now 31) - during her riot teenage period (she CAN speak, if anything, but we wouldn't see that, as always), she got tired of always visiting the Homer and living in the caravan, so she accepted of the silence :)p) and become a nun forever. That's a little said, actually:-/

Then Homer (who is about 70) recovered, but can't get used to "modern" world (his mind and thoughts are from 1993 - he missed a lot of:o). He doubted, whether the sense in his life is (callback to that theory and "Homer the Heretic" episode). He trying to adapt (with new technology, stimming, robots in ordinary life), but "looks so jerkass" (I can see much short funny scenes). The family tries to cheer him up, but no effect - he's in real, hard depression. He understands, he's a misery man, who missed half of his life and life of his family and just want to apologies to everyone. (scenes, scenes)

The last person is Maggie. Homer comes to church and Maggie (with accepting of the silence) run out to meet in hugs. (In my view, that's a real emotional and crying moment:gatorcry:). Then Homer realises, the happiness of his left life is time with family. And in the end, montage of family time scenes and footages is shown.
THE END!

Whoosh... That was really HARD to write "on the run". I attended to flashforward idea a long ago yet, but in the mind was just part before "Homer recovered from coma" and final Maggie scene. The rest was really HARD to create. But I hope, it would be worth to watch:)

Some "future notes" I missed:D:
* After harassments, Burns was arrested for a lifelong time. SNPP lead by Smithers, but eko-activist Susanna Turnoff (Greta Turnberg reference) stayed on shut own the station, and it'd done so;
* Flanders become new pastor in the church, while Lovejoy retired, they went on world-wide trip, but for some reason didn't return;
* For just a SINGLE time Marge cheated on Homer with Moe, but immediately realized it was really bad fault, cause her husband is still alive (in coma), and she always loves him;
* there is a scene in the start, where the family comes to Homer in masks. And Homer asked, why are they? Lisa replies: "Uhh... there was something named by 19, starts in 20, should end in 21, but lasts all 22, and even now"
* After Simpsons' pets dead, they weren't replaced. Just at all

So, how is this really good in my view idea for you?
Not Knock, Who's There ("Knock, Knock Who's There?" song and just knock-knock joke title pun)
Written by Someone inactive writer. Let it be...Reid Harrison
Directed by Jennifer Moeller
EP: David Mirkin

LISA IS AFRAID BEING ALONE IN ALL-NEW "Not Knock, Who's There"

Lisa stayed alone in house, but is afraid of some strangers outside (she wasn't able to see, who's that; maybe just bullies? postman? or real criminals?..; inspired by Bart's reaction in Lost Verison). After that at least someone must be with her all the time (Autophobia). That attachment state progresses fast. (and is casually for real little kids:)) It's hard for Homer, who (subplot) goes through hard times on the job.
Happy Nice Day (actually refers to nothing, but if you very want, err… it sounds similar to phrase "Have a nice day")
Written by Al Jean and Mike Reiss
Directed by Rob Oliver
EP: AJ & MR

THE PROBLEMS ARE REVEALED IN ALL-NEW "Happy Nice Day"

In the musical episode all the characters [in some funny form; starting from Lisa] are singing (with whole musical numbers) about the problems, which disturb them. (It may be funny:lol: I.e., Moe sings about poor bar, and in the same time in Broadway white suit, he performs some number). The title is irony

Lisa in the Wonderland ("Alice in the Wonderland" title pun)
Written by Carolyn Omine
Directed by Steven Dean Moore
EP: Bill O. & Josh W.
(wr. and dir. recently coworked on "To Cur, with Love")

LISA APPEAR IN OTHER WORLD IN ALL-NEW "Lisa in the Wonderland"

Just say: it supposed to be the part of previous episode, "Lisa's Adventures Through the Windshield Glass" segment, but (you don't believe) I was confused by own written notes:lol: Anyway, that's good. Cause the story of this one is:
During a nap in forest, Lisa met "white rabbit" (Maggie-look) and chaise for it. As a result she appears in Wonderland [full of Springfieldians look-likes]
Parody on Lewis Carroll's "Alice's Adventures in Wonderland" to said short. The episode should be nice touch/parody on that book (with 2010 film references, in my view). Unlike to "...the Windshield Glass", it hadn't any "horror" - just a nice parody.
Guest star: Anne Hathaway as the White Queen and others
S Is for Simpsons ("F Is For Family" show title pun)
Written by Michael Price (guess why?)
Directed by Chris Clements
EP: AJ and Mike Reiss
(wr. and dir. recently coworked on «Walking Big & Tall»)

THE SIMPSONS ARE UNITED BY COMMON QUAGMIRE IN ALL-NEW "S Is for Simpsons"

After Lisa was told accusation to her family as "moneybags" (unfairly, actually), she is sad. Telling about it to other family, the Simpsons decide to move from their "big house" to the apartments common with many "ordinary people" - flat (=condo; a part of room of flats here's wiki article, if still not understand). In poor living conditions (well, small size, cold, unfamiliar neighbors; common balcony and inside yard etc.) the Simpsons family got used to it, and became very strong between themselves (to the level of… singing).
Guest stars: needed as neighbors
New Year Eve of Horror (no, I'm not a maniac) - Winter special
Written by Dan Vebber
Directed by Matthew Faughnan
EP: Matt G., James Brooks

HOMER MUST FIX ALL UNTIL THE NEW YEAR COMES IN DECEMBER ON ALL-NEW "New Year Eve of Horror"

Instead of annual "loud" New Year party [at SNPP] the Simpsons decided to celebrate quietly [like it's Christmas]. However, Homer can't keep himself from "a little" being there (and Marge heard it via mobile phone). Arriving soon at home (let's say, on 6PM, New Year Eve), Marge and kids refuse to forgive the Homer. Being rejected, and staying on the street, Homer listens to some strange, but not magical, guy (voiced by guest star), who told him, all must be good until midnight, because "as you meet the new year, so you will spend it"…
I guess, all the winter stories are great. :D
Don't Picture This ("Picture This" phrase reference)
Written by Rob Lazebnik
Directed by Steven Dean Moore
EP: AJ (season 30)
(this trio recently coworked on «Manger Things»)

THE TOWN REFUSES FROM PHOTOS IN ALL-NEW "Don't Picture This"

When the Simpsons family decide to stop make photos during special moments, because then photos have see by nobody, it sets the trend to whole town. But, once, a photography can save a life…

Clarification and thoughts (decide to divide all and don't write italic comments)
1) The base is... is real actually. Remember, when you are rewatching the photos/videos (btw, videos are also there) after you done them? They are just take up memory space of computer/smartphone, being just folders untouched. In fact, we really revision them when a) cleaning that memory space from time to time and b) when we once-twice show the "see, what beautiful place I made selfie in". So, that's the reason of that act.
"the Simpsons family decide to stop make photos during special moments" because the memories saved in our own memory:rimshot: are more important - the moments we are happy/sad/shocked etc. not pictured
2) confess, "a photography can save a life…" is a pretentious thing, added just to add some intrigue or interest:P

Episodes I was inspired of: (honest words:D) "Screenless" (season 31); and "Homerazzi" (season 18), especially its first act

Boyfriends Forever ("Best friends forever" phrase reference)
Written by Tim Long and Miranda Thompson
Directed by Steven Dean Moore
EP: Selman

THE BOYS FOUND THE TREASURE AT THE COST OF FRIENDSHIP IN ALL-NEW "Boyfriends Forever"

The boys (Nelson Bart, Martin, Milhouse) discovered a map of old treasure. After they together overcame difficulties, and found the treasure, they must divide it, what ruins the friendship. Meanwhile, Homer brings Marge at "Significant Other Night" at Moe, but Homer himself befriends there with Carl and Lenny' girls.

Clarification and thoughts
1) The main story, as I've just see, has similarity with "Three Men and a Comic Book" (+ Nelson). Geesho_O But it'd have more interesting "united adventures" - as the first act/half of episode is that cooperative efforts on the way to treasure. THIS sounds cool.
2) There were initially 2 separate ideas: early time I came to that "4 boys" idea. Lately, I might forgot, and noted to myself another same idea, but "4 boys + Homer".:lol: It was refused
3) the title initially and up to posting the title first here was "Boysfriends Forever" (like several boys, not confused with boyfriend, and girlfriend). Anyway, the autocorrection some "magician reason" made me change the name:gatorshrug2:
4) "Significant Other Night" motto is to bring more people, more drinks ordered, and more profit Moe gets. Simple!
5) OMG: Just discovered, how these stories are different by quality:-/ It's like "Bart vs. Thanksgiving", with "Lisa meets the Lady Gaga" subplot (too ridiculous compare, but that's it). I don't know, what I thought:rolleyes::lol: Maybe, if it would be under Matt Selman it outs better than sounds. Anyway, GET!:D
The Automobiles ("The Cars" cartoon name pun)
Written by Someone random freelancer. Let it be... Zach Posner ("King Leer")
Directed by Chris Clements
EP: Selman
(yes, this is the same trio, from "King Leer")

OLD AND NEW CARS FOR COOTIES AND KIDS IN ALL-NEW "The Automobiles"

Bart enjoys drawing new rich boy, Ethan, who collects new cars. In the same time, Grampa Simpsons enjoys Ethan's father, who collects old cars instead.

Clarification and thoughts
1) The story sounds ok itself, but I guess, the some conflict of generations wouldn't be odd here;
2) Ethan and his father are British-comes, and there can be a joke, they're so rich, that they were easier just buy the trucking ship(s) to transfer all the cars:lol: In the same time, they aren't too rude (like Harper in "Friend with Benefit" episode)
3) In the way of animation, it would need properly work to show each automobile, each detail. So, I choose Selman and Clements;
4) If anything, the cars are REAL NOT JUST MODELS:lol: and "old and new" means by year (old = 1950-1960ths - years of Abe's youth, new = 2000-2020th, with "modern" design)
5) Guest stars: guest stars as Ethan and his father needed
The First Day at Job
Written by
Megan Amram
Directed by Steven Dean Moore
EP: David Mirkin

HOMER RECOGNIZES HIS FIRST DAY AT WORK IN ALL-NEW "The First Day at Job"

Homer recognizes, how he started working at Power Plant, and turn from "enthusiastic young man" to "lazy indifferent plant plankton"…

Clarification and thoughts
Well, the title names itself:lol::lol: To be honest, I had just "flashback about Homer's 1st day at snpp" noted. So, can't say much.:o| I checked, it wasn't done before

What's your opinions about this one?
Good Morning, Quarantine (2-parter) (the same name had by one musical video, retweeted by Matt Selman, and liked by me in March'20)
Written by Al Jean, Matt Selman, Tim Long and (Someone random freelancer. Let it be) Juliet Kaufman (upcoming "Lisa's Belly episode)
Directed by Jennifer Moeller (part 1) and Rob Oliver (part 2)
EP: AJ and Matt Selman

(based on true modern-time story)
THE PANDEMIC CROSSES OVER SPRINGFIELD TOO IN DECEMBER ON ALL-NEW 2-PART SPECIAL "Good Morning, Quarantine"

The suddenly pandemic of new virus C-Vid-202122 is a mass natural phenomenon for all the world, not except the Springfield. When the government enters the quarantine, the Springfield citizens behave in a different way. It'll be a hard times…

Clarification and thoughts
That must be REALLY COOL, FUNNY-SATIRIZED, EMOTIONAL AND maybe CONTROVERSIAL episode.
1)The events include all the real states of pandemic: fear because of unknown, the first "out-of-lockdown", "keep calm and just wear a mask", "keep calm and just wear a mask... in public places only", facilitation of quarantine; elections, how without it; the new wave(s) of disease, the vaccine and vaccination question, removal of most restrictions, and slightly end. The episode takes place in 2 years (IMHO: I'd really hope the real C*VID would end just in 2 years, but perhaps that isn't so easy) and the 2-part length wouldn't make the episode too "mash up"
2) As said, during the pandemic the Springfield citizens behave in a different way (like in really life actually). I can imagine all the possible types (FUNNY-SATIRIZED, as said):
[*] someone listens to the government indications in all (even the sometimes absurd or controversial) - maybe, Marge, Moe
[*] someone is sceptic, and don't believe in virus till the end: Homer (the most). He listens to "lockdown voice to stay home", but just because he's lazy at work
[*] someone's life doesn't change at all (well, maybe just add a mask) - like Cletus, very busy people (like Lindsey Naegle, or Fat Tony);
[*] someone becomes too cleanly - like Lisa, Milhouse,
[*] someone is "ill, because of one random cough" (seniors)
[*] someone really doesn't quit the home at all (real life story of my familiar) - Burns (closed in own mansion with Smithers, with mix of two previous types):lol:
[*] someone is making business of virus - Gill, who needs to earn any many, because he was fired from anywhere due to lockdown;
[*] other types I forgot (however I really tried to include all)
3) cliffhanger Marge gets a "hard" severe degree of C-Vid, making Homer rethink his skepticism all and promise to God to become the best person for pandemic times. This scene is really bright and emotional
3*) Marge can survive the disease, but with always cough and "now my voice deeps tp like I'm 70" - the meta-joke. That state is based on my… familiar
4) in the 2nd part (when Homer is "nice") Smitty (Homer's coworker), sadly can't survive, and Homer's sad. Then Homer becomes sorta volunteer
5*) you can consider this episode as canon or non-canon. I didn't care about it:D
5) there is a scene, where Comic book Guy's store is shown in all states: from closing entirely, to checking the "social distance", to ruin out damaging of business, and need to divide the store with other rental
6) there is a funny scene where chief Wiggum can't take the criminals because, there must be social distance, anyway. In the same time, police (after facilitation) is checking about and canceling the club-parties
7) of course, Bart and Lisa are having school online; Bart's detention is now "typing", but without using "copy/paste"
8) Dr. Hibbert is all work :)gatorclap: to him anyway), and Bernice, his wife, being drunken, sometimes visits The Simpsons just to talk to somebody
9) the episode should be less-concrete on the main story (The Simpsons), and often show the others characters

Phew! That was difficult either write the post and come up with these... these all things.:)Hope for good perception, and ready for different critics and several, at least, thumbs up
Outdated, but still.
Sakura, Allergy to Sakura ("Sunday, Bloody Sunday" song name pun)
Written by Tim Long and Miranda Thompson
Directed by Michael Polchino
EP: AJ (season 18)
(Long, Polchino and Jean recently coworked on season 24 «Love is a Many-Splintered Thing»)

MARGE CAN'T ENJOY BECAUSE OF ALLERGY IN APRIL IN ALL-NEW "Sakura, Allergy to Sakura"

After rare to Springfield sakura trees bloom in the spring, everybody wants to take a picture with it. However Marge finds an allergy to the trees, and must left behind universal joy. Meanwhile the spring and romantic are spared in Springfield, which annoyed the kids.

Clarification and thoughts
1) Initially, it should be a Valentine-day episode, but there already had been Heartbreak Hostel idea. Plus, the spring episode should air in spring:D
2) talking of spring, the rejected title for episode was "Springfield with the 'Spring'" (a note to the song We Put the Spring in Springfield). But a) it would be too hard reference; b) there wouldn't be any note to the main Marge's plot
3) the plot is inspired by the real cituation: for years the sakura trees are bloom in spring in Ukraine (the more or less depending on the region and town), and people always want to take a picture with them like "Picture me, cause, I believe, NOBODY has such photo yet":D
4) Guest star: George Takei as himself (short cameo about sakura beauty in Japan)
Parents and Children
Written by
Rob Lazebnik
Directed by Steven Dean Moore
EP: Matt G. and James Brooks
(wr. and dir. recently coworked on "Manger Things")

THE SIMPSONS PARENTS SPEND A DAY WITH THE SIMPSONS CHILDREN ON MOTHER'S DAY IN ALL-NEW "Parents and Children"

Homer watched old TV show about "normal" relationships between father/children, and decides to rectify this situation. He brings Bart and Lisa on camping in the forest… Meanwhile Marge spends a day with Maggie.

Clarification and thoughts
1) Yes, the TV-show part (btw, with guest stars, perhaps) may come from "Homer the Father" episode; yes, the camping is from "The Call of the Simpsons", and yes, "Marge spends a day with Maggie" here is extended part of 400th episode ("You Kent... something something") start, what I loved. I don't deny anything!:D
2) initially Homer would bring just the boy with himself, but Marge also adds Lisa
3) err… overall, sounds like… something:o|
Sounds like season 1 classic)
A Life in a Night ("A Life in a Day" reference)
Written by Al Jean, Matt Selman, Carolyn Omine, Michael Price, Cesar Mazariegos, Christine Nangle, Ryan Koh, and Someone freelancer… Megan Amram
Directed by Bob Anderson and Jennifer Moeller
EP: AJ and Selman

THERE IS A LONG WHITE NIGHT IN SPRINGFIELD IN MAY IN ALL-NEW SEASON FINALE "A Life in a Night"

If you think there isn't any night life in Springfield, prepare to be surprised…

Clarification and thoughts
In short, it's a "22 Short Films About Springfield", but in night. Beside such "original" idea, I've also thought about, what the premise can be. So:

December, 22, Winter solstice, when the night is the longest. Sitting on the roof Homer and Lisa think about, what the people of Springfield do in the night, and then the classic 22SFAS story: who sleeps? whose dream is damaged? who is on the run? etc.

1) there is a joke when Homer climbs to Lisa at start, he asked her, whether she feels cold (she wears a jacket only... in winter!). The girl responds: "Don't warry, dad. The Global warming already did its thing: warm winter nights, without any discomfort. Nehh..." I couldn't find the related exclamation, so how I heard it, I wrote it:D
2) The events take place in the period of the longest night[/s] - between 4 pm and 8 am the next day
3) To be honest, I even didn't try to come up with "what the stories are happened in the night. I am lazy had no time to it, but sure theyshould be really funny as well as original 22 Shorts

So, how's the finale? of season
"So, how's the finale? of season" Ironically, after that idea there was forced NHC-down break, that could turn into real finale of this thread… But luckily, all ends right :)

To be continued…
 

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WendellVision ("WandaVision" title pun)
Written by Brian Kelly
Directed by Bob Anderson
EP: Selman

BART LOOKS FOR HIS CLASSMATE IN ALL-NEW "WendellVision"

Bart hits always seek Wendel, and his parents (never seen before, guest voiced by Elizabeth Olsen and Paul Bettany, for obvious reasons😉) force him to keep an eye on him 15/7 (9 hours for sleep) until he recovers. Meanwhile Homer and Marge play a word game and start up. (inspired by my joy of playing a word games).
The Art of Plant ("The Art of War" and "The War of Art" episode titles pun)
Story by Al Jean Teleplay by Joel Kohen and Michael Price
Directed by Lance Kramer
EP: AJ

PLANTING INTERESTED BY KIDS IN ALL-NEW "The Art of Plant"

Marge tells the children to plant one seed to both and watch. When the plant grew up, Bart likes it. In the same time, when the other banana seed doesn't grow, Bart begins to care, and later begins to look after ALL the plants in the house. Marge likes it (because she has less responsibilities), but it the same time she is worried for some reason. Meanwhile, Lisa protests against a new replacement beatnik teacher who is only for realism (he intend on "really" drawing of Sun; guest voiced).
It's a Marge, Marge, Marge, Marge World ("It's a Mad, Mad, Mad, Mad Marge" and "It's a Mad, Mad, Mad, Mad World" spoof)
Written by Jennifer Crittenden
Directed by Matthew Faughnan
EP: Mike Scully

MARGE FACES WITH MIDAGE CRISIS IN ALL-NEW "It's a Marge, Marge, Marge, Marge World"

During the midlife crisis, Marge experiences an unprecedented surge of adrenaline. She seeks to escape far away with Homer on an extreme journey…

Clarification and thoughts
It must be the craziest, the greatest and the biggest Simpsons trip. On their way they meet marriage questions, funny adventures etc.
Too Family-Guy-ish, but ok
Kids No Kidding
Written by
Joel Cohen
Directed by Matthew Nastuk
EP: AJ

KIDS ARE NOT IN FRONT IN ALL-NEW "Kids No Kidding"

During family vacation the family stops at a children's café, where they discover its terrible secret (not safe for kids)…

Valentine's Today - Valentine's Day special
Written by Someone random inactive writer. Let it be Bill O. and Josh W.
Directed by David Silverman
EP: Bill O. and Josh W.

DISCOVER THE HISTORY OF VALENTINE'S DAY IN FEBRUARY IN ALL-NEW "Valentine's Today"
Anthology episode with 3 stories:
  • about the first Valentine's day (told by Homer)
  • about the invention of Valentine cards (told by Marge)
  • Lisa's controversy ambiguous story about role of "greetings toward women from men" sexist tradition and when it ended… or not
I used to miss anthologies, but this ine does sound good.
Country in Smartphone
Written by
Tom Gammil and Max Pross
Directed by Chris Clements
EP: Bill O. and Matt Selman

A UNIQUE APP REPLACES ALL IN ALL-NEW "Country in Smartphone"

To stop any bureaucracy, a mobile application is released "Country in Smartphone" with all included public social services (from ordering the food to providing a passport) online. Homer is happy of it, especially since Patty and Selma lost jobs at Springfield DMA. They are trying to find something else

Comments
"Country in Smartphone" is people calling of Ukraine government mass digital transformation. Not being too political, I'm shared a link to info about it, if you're interested. Note, thus it's really good and maybe late-time act from the government, but people behave skeptical to it not being ready to give all personal data to some app (the app is named "Action" - "Дія", btw), government though. In idea, Homer would face with its disadvantages, and satirize it.
Sweet and Loud Marge ("Sweet and Sour Marge" episode title pun)
Written by Jessica Conrad
Directed by Chris Clements
EP: AJ (season 28)

MARGE HAS HIDDEN VOICE TALENT IN ALL-NEW "Sweet and Loud Marge"

When Marge's vocal cords got corrected, she becomes a successful cabaret singer.

Comments
1) No. It came BEFORE we discover the plot of upcoming season 33 premiere😄;
2) it's actually inspired by Just Marge (and Friends) scene from "Behind the Laughter" episode and a fact of Julie Kavner singing… efforts. I thought it would be interesting to explore this story, in "canon" timeline.
👍
Crying Lisa ("Moaning Lisa" episode title pun)
Written by Jeff Westbrook
Directed by Lance Jramer
EP: AJ and Mike Reiss

LISA CAN'T CRY IN ALL-NEW "Crying Lisa"

While the Simpsons are watching the emotional animal documentary, the whole family cries… except for Lisa. The girl discovers, that she isn't so sensitive anymore and show more feelings in the form of tears.

Comments
The plot inspired by… me. I used to very cry in my childhood, and eventually I became less sensitive 😑

Milhouse gets a super sense of smell, which makes him cool at school and makes Bart upset.
Off-top: gosh, I've just had the similar story, but for Homer in season 21😅 That's we called "forget and forget"
Like a Nasty Cold Moe ("like a nasty cold sore" phrase pun)
Written by Michal Price
Directed by Timothy Bailey
EP: Selman

LISTEN THE STORY OF COLD MOE PAST IN ALL-NEW "Like a Nasty Cold Moe"
In a rainy again late evening the ordinary track driver (unfamiliar, possibly guest voiced) becomes the listener to the Moe (who, misery, felt from mountain hill on the road, and stop the truck for hitchhiking). Moe talks (flashback story), that someone (guest voiced) persuaded him, that to improve his business he must betray his friends (what he actually did)… now Moe is misery after realizing his awful act
Femme Fatale on Fire ("femme fatale" reference) - Mothers Day special
Story by Jessica Conrad Teleplay by Dan Greaney and Cesar Mazariegos
Directed by Steven Dean Moore
EP: AJ and Mike Reiss

SPRINGFIELD HAS NEW RESCUE TEAM ON MOTHER'S DAY IN ALL-NEW "Femme Fatale on Fire"
Marge and a group of women form a fire brigade (because the men do nothing). Meanwhile Bart and Lisa take care of a timid stray cat.

Comments
First, I know it sounds like a rehash if Crook and Ladder.😅The subplot based on own experience: a few months ago one cat lived under my house, and sometimes I feed it. I dee these two stories connect

Hate and Review (rate and review reference)
Written by Dan Vebber
Directed by David Silverman
EP: Selman

HOMER HAD OVERRATED HIS FAVOURITE SHOW IN MAY ON THE SEASON FINALE "Hate and Review"

After a random mention and critica in the bar, Homer decides to rewatch the old series, which he watched as a child. But now he sees in it justfull of shit. He still rewatches it and tries to find "at least something" good. Bart also rewatches an old cartoon with a character who now looks not as cool as before.

Comments
Both stories are based on mu recent life experience - I also rewatching one show, I used to watch, and realized I'm myself looks more better than the character
Nephews and Nieces
Written by
Caloryn Omine
Directed by Chris Clements
EP: David Mirkin and Josh W.

HOMER MEETS HIS NEPHEW IN ALL-NEW "Nephews and Nieces"

Homer's phrase "it's not me, it's my nephew" suddenly goes too far, when Herb's son, Homer's nephew, 19-year old Dan (reference to both De Vito and Castellaneta) comes to Springfield… Meanwhile, when Marge babysitting Ling, Selma's daughter, Marge realizes she can revenge for all-time Selma's (and Patty's) prejudice towards Marge's own children.  Spoiler: she just will not succeed to harm little girl 

Comments
"It's not me, it's my nephew" is really common excuse for "something you wouldn't want to reveal in direct" like here:D.

I believe, I came with sub-plot first, and then think out the A-plot.
Guest stars: Danny DeVito as Herb (in Dan's flashback, not much lines), and some young actor as Dan.
Let's be silent with how the Dan was born - in the same way, as his father, if you want, or from Herb's secret family. Whatever🤗
From the Eyes of Babes ("from the mouths of babes" phrase title pun)
Written by Rob Lazebnik
Directed by Rob Oliver
EP: AJ and Matt Selman

SPEND A DAY WITH MAGGIE IN ALL-NEW "From the Eyes of Babes"
The episode is a "day through Meggie's eyes". The viewers (we) are watching all in the first person of Maggie: her everyday adventures from waking up up no deep night.
I guess, you'll love this idea:maggie:
Cash of Clowns (yes, Klash of Klowns and Clash of Clans games pun)
Written by Jeff Westbrook
Directed by Mark Kirkland
EP: Selman

KRUSTY BECOMES A MEGASUCCESSFUL BRAND IN ALL-NEW "Cash of Clowns"

Due to decreasing of popularity, Krusty collaborates his "Krusty Burger" with McDonald's (like Fox and Disney "synergy"/buying offer, some guest actor as Ronald McDonald Clown). After that NYSE points of Krusty Burger increase really high, of what Lisa comes to idea, how the Simpsons family can get rich.
Reverse of Fare Off.
The Lemonade
Written by
Megan Amram
Directed by Bob Anderson
EP: AJ (season 26)

BART CREATES AN ORDINARY FRANCHISE IN ALL-NEW "The Lemonade"
Bart opens a lemonade stand. And, eventually, it goes through all cycle: successful, growing, popularity, and decline. With the "franchise guide" Guston (guest voiced by some Franch-rooted American actor) the Simpsons are sorta "spectaculars" over the lemonade franchise development. All the way Homer complains, because doesn't believe in such success, cause "it's just child's LEMONADE!".

Comments
The episode is very… hmm… experimental, to said. It's like a "tray" in plot development: The Simpsons and Guston (with everytime positive exclamations) are like "on that tray" and watch for the lemonade franchise development (that's satire). With Homer's remarks it becomes even more funny.:lol: The story is my original, though later I remembered Phineas and Ferb episode "Lemonade Stand" (I guess, such title) with "huge rise of Lemonade Stand into one-day franchise"
I remember this idea, abd still it sounds great.
Lisa's Diary
Written by
Al Jean
Directed by Steven Dean Moore
EP: AJ and Matt Selman

LISA THINKS ABOUT HER DEATH DAY IN ALL-NEW "Lisa's Diary"
Marge accidentally finds Lisa's diary with a farewell note "for a very rainy day", with secret thoughts and dreams. After reveling of secrets, the life in Simpsons house won't be as it used to be…

Comments
It's a very tough story. Understand: we really don't know, when and what the death come to us. Sadly, but it's common thing, especially since COVID starting. The story was inspired by own experience of suddenly losts of much familiar people a while ago. And every time I just had no time to "say goodbye" (Oh, my God I'm crying just typing this)😢. So, back to the plot: it's full of emotions, tough to accept, a little dark story.
Backstory: initially it came to mind last winter (!), and was about Marge found Homer's old diary with "unrealized dreams" (sounded like rehash of YOLO) and was just as some subplot. But after much sad events, I decided to rethink it, and make a Lisa-centric.
Celsium 451 ("Fahrenheit 451" title pun)
Written by Ryan Coh
Directed by Matthew Faughnan
EP: AJ and Mike Reiss

THE COUNTRY SUFFERS FROM HOT OVERSEA MEANNESS IN MAY ON ALL-NEW "Celsium 451"
There is abnormal heat (not literally celsium 451 degrees🙃) in Springfield, and everyone feels it. One European corporation uses it to sell expensive air conditioning systems (with expensive support service). The people have no choice. Only old people Only old people (who are always cool and sweaty) can stop this.
Something Went Wrong
Story by
Bill Oakley Teleplay by Tim Long and Ian Maxtone-Graham
Directed by Rob Oliver
EP: Al Jean, Bill O. and Mike Scully
so random crew

WHAT HAPPENED WITH THE SHOW IN ALL NEW SEASON PREMIERE "Something Went Wrong"?
When Marge and kids come home (to do a coach gag) they find Homer is in futuristic basement of Simpsons house (the look is similar to minimalistic "Marge" interface in Thanksgiving of Horror). He rewatches all The Simpsons episodes to define, where was the moment, where "The Simpsons stopped to be they used to be"… (yes, clip-show)

Topics seen: Simpsons absurd (from seasons 8-13), awful guest stars (Gaga, Musk, and others), all-time phrases-memes, Homer's degradation (like in 138th episode), Lisa's degradation (angry Homer decided to show it), OOC moments, controversy accidents (bad racist/sex/predicts jokes), [bad] love stories, tearing moments, Homer's all-time phrases, Marge's "Mrr" cutaway

Comments
Initially, I didn't plan this episode (and further format-benders of season) to put in one, "millenniums" season. Moreover: I didn't plan to do this one as "millenniums" season premiere episode.
Bart 6 ("Big Hero 6" reference)
Written by Someone random freelancer. Let it be... Eric Kaplan
Directed by Matthew Nastuk
EP: AJ and Mike Reiss

BART BECOMES YOUNGER IN ALL-NEW "Bart 6"
After starting his studies in grade 5 (throw me a stone, anti-float-timings, THAT'S JUST FOR ONE EPISODE, AND JUST IN ACT 1), Bart pathologically does not want to grow up and put into his head that he is a 6-year-old boy. (some visual twist: from times to times Bart would be shown to viewers as little, shorter boy with more kid-ish voice, but for all others he's the same... visually). Meanwhile Homer is fond of playing computer games.

Comments
Just after revealing the plot of Bob's Burgers episode, where Gene thought he's younger, I lift this idea as high in queue as possible - that wasn't inspired by BB. It was inspired by unrestrained behavior of my 6-year-old newbie (this time, it's really my newbie:lol:). Yes, I know about Bart's New Friend - just reminded. The subplot has more interesting story: a while ago, sitting in café I was random witness, how on some man's 40th birthday celebration, he was presented the gamer joystick, and the man was SO happy, like he's not 40, but 10. :DThat seems weird. It's common adult men playing online computer games, actually, I'm not against, but in fact, it seems funny (especially with Homer).
Call Me Dad ("Call me Kat" title pun)
Written by Dan Greaney
Directed by Chris Clements
EP: Selman

HOMER AGAIN ADMIRES HIS DAD IN ALL-NEW "Call Me Dad"
Homer begins to respect his father again, because he discovers, that Abe once saved Homer's life (in early Homer's childhood times)

The Convinces
Written by
Michel Price and Dan Vebber
Directed by Jennifer Moeller
EP: Selman

ALL THE SECRETS WILL REVEALED IN ALL-NEW "The Convinces"
Due to an unsuccessful advertising campaign [of some "radically survival" TV-show, guest star as its masked host], in an extreme situation, many reveals own secret dreams. After what it becomes harder to live...

Comments
@Marioburgercream That's the idea I told a while ago in your thread (similar to "The Truth"). Possible "secrets" twists:
Homer always wanted to be a mother (to feel the motherhood), Kumiko plays in the casino at night, Krusty, in fact, psychologically likes to be addicted to Mel's help, Lisa understands inside, that her school success (=knowledges) won't be needed at all in the future, Burns knows all the comments from employers to his address (even those, which make him sad), Marge understood and psychologically complexes that sooner or later she will get weight (at time, I didn't know about Lisa's Belly:lol:).
It's a super-reboot-reharsh of 4 Regretting and the Funeral episode - just more stories and characters.
Horror of Horror (I really thought it'll be the last "horror" one) - Halloween special
Written by Dan Vebber
Directed by Steven Dean Moore
EP: Selman

SPOOKY THINGS ARE TOO SPOOKY IN OCTOBER IN ALL-NEW "Horror of Horror "
Homer encourages Lisa to be popular, and rents a house with innovative horror machines for his daughter and her friends-girls Halloween meeting. However, machines fail… (it cause really terrible atmosphere, locking the girls and Homer, who secretely looked for the meeting, in that house of horror). Meanwhile, getting the Halloween decorations from the basement, Marge and Bart are trapped there for the whole Halloween, (because of broken door handle, and old little window, and rhen there isn't any in the house, cause H&L went out)

Comments
Yes, it's another Halloween canon episode. And yes, I thought it's the last "of horror" episode…
And There Were Not More ("And then there were none" parody)
Written by Someone random freelancer. Let it be Daniel Furlong and Zach Posner
Directed by Michael Polchino
EP: David Mirkin

THE HOTEL DELIVERS MISTERIES IN ALL-NEW "And There Were Not More"

Literally: "And then there were none" parody. Just undone by The Simpsons:P. Maybe there are some different details. For example, there are more than 10 characters ("why everyone attacked to number 10?" joke Lisa said), the characters start to disappear after the light turn off. Also, the solution is to dissolve secrets of hotel (just now came up). The episode would be full of mystery atmosphere (according to the genre).
I was not sure, but that's good story, actually
Ned the Turkey - Thanksgiving special
Written by Al Jean
Directed by Mark Kirkland
EP: AJ and Mike Reiss

HOMER PREFFERED TURKEY TO FAMILY IN NOVEMBER ON ALL-NEW THANKSGIVING SPECIAL "Ned the Turkey"
Homer loves the special turkey (or ham) that Flanders cooks. On Thanksgiving, Homer left the family and stays with Ned.

Comment
Backstory: Homer visited Ned before Thanksgiving, and must spent some time there because of rain outside. He was a witness, how Flanders makes his "special turkey". "Ned the turkey" means Homer's association aka "Ned --cooks--> tasty turkey"
Ralph Against the Internet ("Ralph Breaks the Internet" title pun)
Written by Jeff Martin
Directed by Bob Anderson
EP: Matt Selman

RALPH TRANSFERS EVERYONE TO INTERNETLESS TIME IN ALL-NEW "Ralph Against the Internet"
Springfield ISP (Internet provider) ran away (it did something illegal) and WiFi became unavailable. It caused huge rise of using of mobile internet. Everyone is sticking to their phones. However, Ralph Wiggum isn't so happy, because noone wants to play with him:( With the help of his father, they disable all towers of mobile internet coverage (as usually, in the "legal" way). After finding this, the children unexpectedly idealize him (because now, everybody is independent of the gadgets) and copy his behaviour. Meanwhile, the Simpsons familly is also affected, and though them it's shown (via special look - 4:3, light filter, different style etc), how the people of 1990s are/were living (like "The Goldbergs", guest star Adam Goldberg as narator)
Funny)
Listen to the Lisa
Written by
Tom Gammil and Max Proce
Directed by Chris Clements
EP: Bill O. & Josh W.

LISA WORKS ON RADIO IN ALL-NEW "Listen to the Lisa"
Lisa is hired by local radio to be "secret motto voice for kids" as "Radio Girl". However, when Lisa decided not to be in shadow, her classmates don't believe that this is her, (because "Radio Girl obviously sounds different"). Meanwhile, Homer and Bart enjoy the beautiful sunsets from the Springfield hill at the exact time.

Comments
A-plot is inspired by Disney Channel film Radio Rebel (yes, I really enjoyed DiCh at the time I had it), but here, ironically, nobody believes Lisa is Girl, even after she reveals all.
B-plot is about... do you know the geeks, who "run away", because at the exact second... some miracle is, or some stream, series etc. (it's common, in fact). So, here we have H&B and sunsets interest (visually it actually would be good).
Simptasia ("Fantasia" musical parody)
Written by AJ and Matt Selman
Directed by David Silverman, Rob Oliver and Matthew Faughnan (the bests)
EP: AJ and Matt Selman

THE NEW LOOK AT DISNEY'S CLASSIC IN ALL-NEW MUSICAL SPECIAL "Simptasia" EPISODE
Well, nothing to said. It's literally "Fantasia" musical parody. Just music ("musical special"), and some scenes from the characters' lives. (I warned about much format-benders).
Fact, it's so short story to post, I decide not to left it on the new day
Much format-benders…
The Canon of Non-Canon
Written by
Ryan Koh & Matt Selman
Directed by Matthew Nastuk
EP: Mike Scully, Matt Selman, Bill O. & Josh W.

THE NEW CANON OF NON-CANON STORIES IN ALL-NEW "The Canon of Non-Canon"
It's a continuation of 3 random non-canon stories (I made similar yet, but that were just couch gags)
1) The continuation of… Starship Poopers (from THOH9). For random reason I choose this one.:lawl: The ending is Kang and Kodos flew to destroy all world leaders, while Maggie start to talk… as alien. So, the idea is what would be next...
2) The continuation of… Principal and the Pauper. After many years "real Seymour Skinner" returns to revenge all the town. Now, he lost weight, and due to age can sound exactly like Springfield Skinner. He wants to setup the Springfield Skinner and in the same time do in the eye Springfield (for that, they threw him away on the train, if you remember).
3) I really till this time couldn't come with the 3rd story!🤣 So, just go Wikisimpsons, saw non-canon, and just now thought, what about the continuation of… Holidays of Future Passed. The same timeline (after Christmas, just casual), characters' future etc. How about the extension of so praised episode?
Giving Free ("Giving tree" title reference)
Written by Jeff Westbrook
Directed by Timothy Bailey
EP: Mike Scully

WANT IT, TAKE IT IN ALL-NEW "Giving Free"
The Simpsons family is fond of the rubric "giving free" on the market place site.

Comment
It's inspired by my visi there (without buying anything, just to look). I don't know about US market sites (such as EBay or else), but in Ukraine market place site has this special rubric. There are as useless things for sold (old vase, cupboard, building materials etc), but also you can find nice kids booties, furniture, and MUCH MUCH cats and dogs😊. Also, it's a quick way to rid of own useless things, so the family getting joy of it.
There Is not any… err… Words
Written by
Someone random freelancer. Let it be… Jane Becker (I'm Dancing as Fat as I Can)
Directed by Bob Anderson
EP: AJ

BART MAKES FANDOM, AND LISA DEGRADATES IN ALL-NEW "There Is not any… err… Words"
Bart secretly makes a fan site (fanwikidom) about kids' cartoon. When the secret is revealed, Homer and Marge portray understanding. However, Homer decides to overwhelm his son with housework, so that to him "no fool climbed into his head" (just because of lack of time in it). Meanwhile Lisa finds a decrease in her vocabulary, which means the beginning of degradation.

Comments
Both plots are ownself-inspired. I fond of The Simpsons for years yet (including Wikisimpsons and Wikipedia). So, the part of "Bart makes fandom site" came from there. That's all… I could say a couple weeks ago. But just recently I did reveal my "love for TS" to my family. (yes, I'm SO confident, that for some reason I kept it as "the biggest secret"🤭😋; in retrospect, it was really stupid). As it wasn't strange, but my family understood me (so, the part of "houseworking" is just another conjecture).

Initially, Bart's story was just little subplot, but recently thought it's something more. In the same time, I didn't change the title after sub-plot.

Lisa's degradation also came from me. I also recently noticed, I forget some… err… phrase/words in English, cause I often use translator, while when studying I was the best in English.😁 NOTHING TOO SERIOUS, OR WHATEVER YOU COULD THOUGHT - just feelings. Lisa has the same problem here. (it's a rehash of Lisa the Simpson, if you want)
That's Old Show ("That's 70s show" title pun)
Written by Someone inactive writer. Let ot be… John Shwartzwelder
Directed by Matthew Nastuk
EP: Matt G. and James Brooks

FEEL THE NOSTALGIA IN MAY ON ALL-NEW SEASON FINALE "That's Old Show"
After cleaning the attic and finding a pile of old "gem things", the Simpsons decide to open the "old zone": without technology, without gadgets, as in the age without the Internet, when people communicated normally, and didn't focus on the electronic. Everyone in the town likes it. And, later, overwhelmed by nostalgia, Springfield residents decide to absurdly "go back in time forever"… (follow the old times, and live in that style).

Comments
The nostalgia is really sometimes important to make us a bit happy of memories. But when it goes forever… Ironically, but the Simpsons family wouldn't love this transfer the past in today.
The time "without Internet, when people communicated normally" is about late 90s-early 00s. Yes, I know there already were as Ibternet, mobile phones etc. but there weren't social media as we ise it now. Btw, initially the title was "That's 00s Show" (as logical conclusion to That's 70s, 80s, 90s shows), but again 00s were wide and… let it be just the start of decade.
Also, I see musical number, where Springfield citizens sing about their love to "those" times.

Lisa's Girlfriend ("Bart's Girlfriend" title pun)
Written by Ryan Kohn
Directed by Matthew Nastuk
EP: AJ (season 20)

LISA IS CONFUSED BECAUSE OF NEW FRIEND IN ALL-NEW "Lisa's Girlfriend"
Lisa's new friend-firl once kisses her (and Lisa is confused, what to do next: either rufuse any connection, or not?… that girl would be voiced by guest star, related to LGBT). Meanwhile, because of the sticking label on the new shirt Homer laughs all the time (tickling his neck), what causes a mixed negative reaction from others (he seems like ped*hile, mad etc.)
Both weird, but good in general 🙃
The Fat Woman always Eats Twice ("The postman always rings twice" and FG episode "The Fatman…" which by coincidence just aired in US titles pun)
Written by Christine Nangle
Directed by Steven Dean Moore
EP: AJ

MARGE SEIZE UP THE STRESS IN ALL-NEW "The Fat Woman always Eats Twice"

After random meeting a former classmate (who invites Marge to prompt meeting), Marge realizes, that she (Marge) has no authority in society. She begins to seize up the gotten stress (seize up=eat much after some problem, similar in "Fatzcarraldo") (it pictured like alcoholism). Later, at prompt meeting, all around are horrified by Marge (despite for some reason she felt good of herself). Marge has a desire to lose weight, but no diet can return her old.

Comments
It is controversial, FG-ish, with reharsh details story, BUT the main aim is in the end words: "no diet can help". Despite there are MUCH diets in the world, but much of them just have no sence - and it would be a funny act 3, in my view:P
The Actor and the Pauper ("The Prince and the Pauper" title pun)
Written by Carolyn Omine
Directed by Lance Kramer
EP: Bill O. & Josh W

SIDESHOW BOB TEACHES BART THE ACTING SKILLS IN ALL-NEW "The Actor and the Pauper"

Sideshow Bob (again "good", recovered, guest voice by Kelsey Grammer) starts to play in theatre. However, on the play Bart behaves rude. After play Bob, good, asks Bart why he did so. Bart replies "you're as creepy as all artists" (Bart just doesn't like theatre). Bob wants to convince Bar that the theater is fantastic, by involving in performances (musicals, operettas). However, it can become a carefully planned last attempt to take revenge on Bart (actually it's dilemma for Bob, angel and devil on Bob's shoulders are shown, classic), which no one (even Bart himself) even guesses, and no one will suspect him… (all depends on Bob's real wish of revenge)

The lengths of story is like from Fox press realises 10 years ago😁
Ice Ice Homer (Ice Ice Baby song title pun) - Winter-themed episode
Written by J. Stuart Burns
Directed by Michael Polchino
EP: Mike Scully

HOMER IN ICE ON DECEMBER IN ALL-NEW "Ice Ice Homer"

Homer makes a skating rink, but falls there, and gets found only in 24 hours. He's alive, but now he can't physically live in the heat and goes to the once Springfield glacier (now it's just much of ice area) to live like an Eskimo. (Despite, the story sounds silly, but it's connected by real fact about polar explorers: when they get home grom expedition, for some time they can't live in normal climate, because feel "too hot everywhere")

Forgot to mention: all todats ideas (except of IIH) belong to such "freshest" - I had come to them just recently and decided to put them early
American Soccer (reference to frase "American football" and different definitions to it)
Written by Dan Vebber
Directed by Bob Anderson
EP: Al Jean (season 18)

BART STOPPED PLAY FOOTBALL, AND STARTED PLAY FOOTBALL IN JANUARY ON ALL-NEW "American Soccer"

On the football* penalty zone, Bart tells the penalty taker, how he was excommunicated from soccer (let's said - that game with round black and white ball⚽) to American football* (that football in NFL)… Meanwhile in the past after Homer had lost his 3rd hair, he tried to wear a wig in the start.

Comments
The episode is kinda format-bender. That penalty kid was removed from the football* game. In the penalty box, he starts complaining about he had loved the soccer, and didn't want to go into "big football". There Bart appears from the shadow and starts to tell his flashbach story, how he was transferred (the time is just 0.5 years earlier, don't worry about countinity), he also told Homer's story.
The main plot is base on intetested facts I discovered: the soccer section "is used by parents just to occupy their children in sports", and when children get some age they are "transfered" to American football*, in my view, without their wish. Also, in US all the media and other powers populate American football MUCH MORE than soccer, what considering again as kids' or some "European game". (I had heard all it on the Internet, so can't be sure it's true 😛)

P.S. This story had to be posted with last "portion" as "the freshest", but due to technical problems it (yes, sometimes even gadgets depend on devices)
"it..." what? I guess I wished write "it posted now only" Yes, I'm SO nitpick in review:D
How I Spent My Summer Vacation with the Best Friend
Written by
Tom Gammil and Max Pross
Directed by Rob Oliver
EP: David Mirkin

BARNEY RETURNS TO NEW YORK IN ALL-NEW "How I Spent My Summer Vacation with the Best Friend"

Homer accompanies Barney, who has business in New York (it's revealed, what really happened during his drunken absence in the S9E1). Meanwhile, On summer vacation, Skinner paints the house… of the Simpsons. (always wanted to point his "house painting" joke)
Muffin, She Baked ("Murder, she baked" title pun)
Written by Cesar Mazariegos
Directed by Steven Dean Moore
EP: Al Jean (season 23)

MARGE BAKES HIT-OR-MISS MUFFINS IN ALL-NEW "Muffin, She Baked"

At the school fair, everyone loved Marge's muffins. She decides to industrially produce them in home. However, before manufacturing she discovers that exactly every second batch comes out baf, while the other is "gold". Children see a pattern, but she refuses, relying on that "unlucky or forgot something" (the story taken from real life). Meanwhile Homer cleans up the mess after space debris that fell into the yard (why not? type)
O.K. - O.V (reference to OK - OB advertisement)
Story by Joel Cohen Teleplay by J. Stuart Burns and John Frink
Directed by Matthew Faughnan
EP: Matt Selman and Al Jean

SPRINGFIELD WOMEN FALL IN LOVE WITH THE GREATEST SINGER EVER CAME IN ALL-NEW MILLESTONE 250TH* IDEA EPISODE "O.K. - O.V"
*in broadcast order

The mega-popular singer Oscar Venus (OV) comes to Springfield and all the local women go mad about him of him. (No sexism, but really funny satire on middle-aged women's idol and romance songs, and "Oscarpocalypsis" popularity. Oh forgot to note: I on purpose looked for such real aged US singer, who "would be guest voice" ad OV here - Michael Bolton). Meanwhile during the state undercover inspection, mr. Burns caught on a bribe. (I know there were stories about it, but let be another one rehash :lol: )
Very funny idea :lol:
The Simpsons around the World (2-parter)
Written by Al Jean, Matt Selman and Rob Lazebnik
Directed by David Silverman and Lance Kramer
EP: Al Jean and Matt Selman

THE SIMPSONS at least TRAVEL AROUND THE WORLD IN MAY ON 2-PART SPECIAL SEASON FINALE "The Simpsons around the World"

Mr. Burns gives the Simpsons $ 100,000 on condition that they travel around the world in 3 months (sending photos-evidence), otherwise they will must pay twice as much…

Comments
I wrote "at last", cause I'd really want to see this tour. It's obviously a parody on Around the World in eighty Days novel (3 months ≈ a bit more than 80 days). The story must be a 2-parter to avoid really "plot convergence" and have enough time to show much places. During the travel the simpsons face with ordinary family conflicts, marriage crisis and (said pathetic) rethink of life value.
It can be easily 250-51 idea, but thought it would be just perfect for season finale.
That's all for today.

P.S. Thanks to those HIGHLITES to quickl;y remind, what the idea is about😅👍

To be continued…
 

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Once upon a Time…
Written by
John Frink and J. Stuart Burns
Directed by Matthew Faughnan
EP: Matt G. and James Brooks

MARGE READS FAIRY TALES TO LISA IN ALL-NEW "Once upon a Time…"

To be a worthy mother for Lisa, Marge begins to read books together with her daughter in the free time. Lisa is fascinated by fairy tales and, reading them, imagines that the main character is her (and also others Springfield characters). Marge is embarrassed because she thinks her daughter has become a little selfish (behaving too "princess-ed")

Comments
It's a bit of format bender. These "tales scenes" would take much of episode time, but it isn't anthology (this time). The actual problem is described above. And there can be a fun of "little girls who wish to be princesses"😁
The inspiration for Welcome to the Club.😁

By the way, hello again!
What People Think About ("What Men Talk About" film title pun, but the parody on film "What Men Think About")
Written by Bob Odenkirk
Directed by Rob Oliver
EP: Matt Selman

MARGE HAS HACK TRAUMA CONSEQUENCE IN ALL-NEW "What People Think About"

Marge has an injury, and as trauma results she can read other people's thoughts, and finds that people often speak insincerely. She avoids Homer because she is afraid that his thoughts may ruin the marriage…

Comments
The plot sounds simple and a bit unoriginally. Marge heard the people often talk in dishonest way to not tell the truth. But I want to underline Marge and Homer's story. Marge affraid the unpleasant truth - even if she knows Homer would think only good about the family, the marriage, but after surprising about some people she just wish to ignore him, don't hang up the call - Homer is also worries and want to find her anyway.
Not sure if you understood the idea and its emotional part😅, but in reality it would be, kinda of A Serious Flanders quality
Treehouse of Horror [season 12] - Halloween special
Written by Ryan Koh and someone random inactive writer. Let it be… Brian Scully
Directed by David Silverman
EP: Al Jean and Matt Selman

UNRELIGIOUS, UNEARTHLY AND UNLIVABLE STORIES ARE WAITING FOR YOU IN ALL-NEW HALLOWEEN SPECIAL "Treehouse of Horror"

Chilling Adventures of Helen ("Chilling Adventures of Sabrina" title pun)
After Tim Lovejoy fell over the roof and died during a church renovation, Helen desperately (because "God didn't save her husband") turns the church into a successful (in the way of popularity) Satanist temple (and lead it). (As always Marge against it)
I'd want to mention @SimpsonsWillGoOnForever user, whose favorite character is apparently Helen Lovejoy. Really interested in your honest opinion: what do you think about SUCH review for Helen character. Hope, you like it… or not (and I said not about just "like" button)

The Chosen
Random Springfield residents become sleepless novices, preparing to be "taken away" (by kinda of UFO - in my view: scene in blue lights).
To be honest, I believe the story was done somewhere but couldn't and can't say where.

G-G-Ghost M-M-Mom ("G-G-Ghost D-D-Dad" segment title reference)
Homer discovers that Abe has secretly dating with Mona's half-ghost (and he still loves her). The relationship goes out, but such unusual couple love changes the DNA of their heirs (Homer and children's)
If you want (me not) it can be considered as continuity to other looooong ago TH segment from my season 5 (really thought it's more recent), correctly its ending I wrote. Obviously, Glen Close would be guest star
This TH is great!
Mimecraft ("Minecraft" pun)
Written by J. Stuart Burns
Directed by Matthew Faughnan
EP: AJ (season 18)

KRUSTY BECOMES A MIME IN ALL-NEW "Mimecraft"

Krusty decides to improve the art of pantomime for his show, but is fascinated and decides to become the first completely dumb comedian (guest stars needed) Meanwhile, after a prank with the collection of swimming trunks in the school pool, Springfield Elementary prohibits any jokes about "body parts".

Comments
If I remember correctly, it IS an "idea after the title pun"😅. But actually it could work
Should be funny.
The Secret Life of Maggie Simpson ("The Secret War of Lisa Simpson" episode title pun)
Written by Joel Cohen
Directed by Jennifer Moeler
EP: Bill O. and Josh W.

HOMER FINDS MAGGIE IS NOT WHAT SHE SEEMS IN ALL-NEW "The Secret Life of Maggie Simpson"

Maggie has nightmares, so she goes to bed with Marge. Homer feels crowded, so he moves to Maggie's room. Homer is uncomfortable in there, so at instead of sleeping he explores her room and discovers many new things about the "most harmless" daughter… (it could be a satire on all those gags/jokes like Maggie is sniper to the mob or she acts like adult etc.😅)

Coincidence
, the idea outs just after A Made Maggie episode
Moustache Is Everything ("money is everything phrase" reference)
Story by Al Jean Teleplay by Dan Vebber and Jeff Westbrook
Directed by Matthew Nastuk
EP: Al Jean

NED FLANDERS DID IMPULSIVE ACT IN ALL-NEW "Moustache Is Everything"

At the party, Ned gets drunk and shaves his mustache. Now he can't live normally anymore. (funny or not story, to be honest :oops: ). Meanwhile Marge is worried because Homer talks to himself more and more.
Szyslak 101 (inspired by @Szyslak100 username)
Written by Someone random inactive writers. Let it be… Ian Maxtone-Graham and Billy Kimball
Directed by Timothy Bailey
EP: Matt Selman

MOE BECOMES LECTURER IN ALL-NEW "Szyslak 101"

Getting tired a bit of his bartender job, Moe decides to become lecturer at university (normal university, not Beer University from Homer the Moe). Because every sucker with any diploma card can teach, so how is he worse?

Comments
As a former student, I can confirm there are some lecturers, who has no mind about the subject and disabled to teach the students, but "works" and earn salary for nothing. :mad:

About title pun. It didn't come now, just after Szyslak100 declared about his quit. Actually, the story had come first months ago (then I probably reminded my student times). Much later, spontaneously I thought about 100 and 101 (the latter means something educated) and decide to use it here. The idea waited in queue for its time. Actually, I thought I'd reveal the idea later and would say "Thanks Szyslak100 for "last minute" title pun"😅. But, understanding he may won't read it (after leaving) I rose it As High AP and post now.

Thank you, Szyslak, anyway!🥲 Gracias! Дякую!
The Poochie Show (you know what title reference)
Written by Tom Gammil and Max Procc
Directed by Bob Anderson
EP: Al Jean and Mike Reiss

POOCHIE RETURNS IN ALL NEW "The Poochie Show"

In the times of various series reboots (the reality basement), it came also an order to spin-off/remake/return to old forgotten characters to "The Poochie Show", what is again performed by Homer (this time using slow-motion animation technique)
That was done already, but fine
My Misery Valentine (My funny Valentine song pun) - Valentine's Day special
Written by Joel Cohen
Directed by Michael Polchino
EP: Matt Selman

HOMER HELPS TO THE MOLEMANS IN FEBRUARY ON ALL-NEW VALENTINE'S DAY SPECIAL "My Misery Valentine"

Homer helps to the misery Moleman couple return their spark of love.

Comments
We can see Hans' wife in A Test before Trying (according to Wikisimpsons) and let forget he had some relationship with Dora/Doris cooker. So, the misery of this couple is a) Hans with his bad fortune, because of what b) his wife (let named her Claudia, guest voiced?) and Hans very often have argued (for viewers it was off-screen all these times of Hans' accidents🤭). So, Homer decides to return the "love" to this couple, and make them look as "old dream loved marriage". The story sounds really cute, actually.🥰

Psycho-ist ("Psycho" film and psychologist references)
Written by Someone random inactive writer. Let it be… Tom Martin
Directed by Mike Anderson
EP: Matt G. And James Brooks

MARGE TORTURES HOMER IN ALL-NEW "Psycho-ist"

Marge, on the advice of a psychologist (guest star), uses a "psychological assault" toward Homer. Meanwhile to be less shy and vulnerable, Milhouse mimics his mom's stinging behavior.

Comments
I don't remember correctly, what I meant under "psychological assault"🤔 Perhaps it is that type of behaviour where using a bit of deduction, logic and reproaches in order to get wished result from somebody. Sort that😅
As for subplot, I mean, Luann for a long time ain't what she used to be in "Homer Defined" (like she-Milhouse-look-alike). She's strong, ensure woman now, so wht Milhouse couldn't be such?
The Wish of People
Story by
Cesar Mazariegos Teleplay by Julie Prescott
Directed by Steven Dean Moore
EP: Al Jean and Matt Selman

SPRINGFIELD RESIDENTS DECIDE THE FATE OF SUSPECTED IN ALL-NEW "The Wish of People"

Random Springfield citizens (including Homer) are chosen as jury court. After court process (according to the law), jury go to special room for discussion. Then there they (too much th*) immediately, they considerare the criminal (Snake, or someone else original) as guilty in the crime. However Homer (as this is "The Simpsons" show) starts a string of public doubting in it (guilt). It cause everybody to turn on own logic and/or see the past actions from their point of view…

Comments
Despite, the start if the plot sounds a bit boring, but the rest would be really cool format-bender. I "saw" it in one television series (non-US) episode, and I like that format. So, why not?

Actually, I'm really lucky I end this year with so good, in my view, idea. We'll meet here again next year/week:grouphug::cookie:

Thank to ALL THE RANDOM VIEWERS AND READERS, who was with this thread in 2021!
Now I understand - that's a 12 Angry Men parody
Baby's Day Out (the same title as 1994 movie)
Written by John Frink
Directed by Chris Clements
EP: David Mirkin

MAGGIE HAS GONE IN MAY ON ALL-NEW SEASON FINALE "Baby's Day Out"

Maggie left the home alone, and peregrinates over the town. She is taken by some family (guest stars), who don't want to give back the baby to "irresponsible" Homer and Marge…

Comments
I had thought to name it (it's the last-minute title, to said) with some pun like Maggie's Day Out, but the original title might become the better.
Yes, the episode is mix of Homer Alone and Home Sweet Dumle-sonsthing
The Simpsons in Hollywood
Written by
Al Jean and Matt Selman
Directed by David Silverman
EP: Al Jean and Matt Selman

THE SIMPSONS FAMILY REVEALED TO FILM IN SHOW IN SEASON PREMIERE EPISODE "The Simpsons in Hollywood"

It reveals, that the Simpsons family "starred in the series of the same name", and they became popular in Springfield. Because of this, they take everyone on a tour to the ahow creators in Hollywood. However, the residents (of Springfield taken by family) there don't like (but the creators are in opposite way - see potential for new shows in some characters)

Comments
Yes, this supposes to be another "halfway-breaking the 4th wall" (the last one was 7 seasons ago, to my surprise). How this one differs? Well, first, it would be an "animated" episode - no mix of animation - ordinary style episode. The real Simpsons crew (guest stars again Matt Groening, James Brooks, Al Jean, David Silverman, Matt Selman, Yeardley Smith as "Lisa's backup actress") would not PLAYED themselves as it was in last my duch ideas, but VOICED their animated pictures. Also, some thing: other Springfield citizens didn't know there is a show named "The Simpsons" (which doesn't include them)
This idea belongs to my "the freshest" some
Facebook v Twitter ("Ford v Ferrari" movie title pun)
Written by Someone random inactive writer. Let it be John Swartzwelder
Directed by Lance Kramer
EP: Matt Selman

THERE WILL BE VIRTUAL BATTLE IN ALL-NEW "Facebook v Twitter"

In arguing, which social network is better, Facebook (Homer advocate it, based it is bigger and popular site, with "better ads system") or Twitter (Bart says, Facebook 'is for olds', and Twitter has nicer design) Bart and Homer compete over, who will be able to invite more people to the party… Meanwhile, out of home and boys' take-downs Marge and Lisa attend a "women's family camp" in the woods, which is a sect of feminists.

Comments
Guest stars: Mark Zuckerberg (Facebook founder) and Bret Taylor (Twitter's "chair").
The main plot would be epic, in my view, while the subplot sounds funny.:)
Nowadays I should replace Bret Taylor with Elon Musk 😋
Smarch Madness ("March madness" phrase reference) - Winter special
Written by Brian Kelly
Directed by Steven Dean Moore
EP: Al Jean

"LISA FROM THE FUTURE" TERRIFIES SPRINGFIELD IN DECEMBER ON ALL-NEW WINTER-THEMED "Smarch Madness"

Because of worldwide climate "natural cycle shifting" (real-life thing, to said) it's snowtime in March. However Springfield kids' happiness is interrupted by an old crazy lady (guest star), who says, that she is "Lisa from the future" (and actually predict the future events). However, she can't be caught (by police and others) because she's master at skating

Comments
The story is crazy a bit 😜(like really Brian Kelly episodes coincidence 😅), but would be interesting because of that new character.
Weird
There Is Ned Place like Home ("Місце Неда - таке, як дім") (відсилання до фрази "There Is no place like home")
Сценарист Майкл Прайс
Режисер Майк Андерсон
Шоураннер: Ел Джін

НЕД КОНТРОЛЮЄ БУДИНОК СІМПСОНІВ У НОВОМУ ЕПІЗОДІ "There Is Ned Place like Home"

Гомер і Мардж вирішують відвідувати "культурні заходи", як "цивілізовані люди" (там, екскурсії, музеї, галереї та інше, що не дуже подобається Гомерові). У цей час (це не лише на один вечір) за дітьми згоджується доглядати Фландерс. Однак, коли він ламає ногу, то підключає будинок Сімпсонів до спеціальної програми віддаленого доступу (типу система "розумний будинок", у моїй уяві із проєкцією Фландерса через екрани у домі Сімпсонів) і дистанційно керує за діями дітей Сімпсонів (+Нед також може відправити своїх дітей як "справжню" охорону)

Коментарі
1) вперше ідея українською. Справді клас! (це те, що зараз я, принаймні, відчуваю);
2) щодо сюжету: я попереджав, що це буде неочікувано:corny::eek:
3) знову щодо сюжету: я знаю, що у зовсім нещодавній ідеї "I, You, She, He" така ж передумова: Гомер і Мардж ідуть "на дорослі справи", а за дітьми доглядає [вставте ім'я персонажа]. Відмінність від "I, You, She, He" - H&M тут ідуть неодноразово, а кілька вечорів (щоразу інше заняття). Хоча, справді цікаво, враховуючи, що обидві ідеї є "найсвіжішими"

UPD. I decided not to translate this post 🙃
Так само дивно, але прикольно

Everything Was Mixed up in the House of the Lovejoys ("everything was mixed up in the house of the Oblonskys" quote from Anna Karenina pun) or The Hateful Nine-year-olds ("The hateful eight-year-olds" episode and "the hateful nine" movie references) OR Helen Disconnected ("Girl, Interrupted" book title pun)
Written by Rob Lazebnik and J. Stuart Burns
Directed by Timothy Bailey
EP: Matt Selman

THE LOVEJOYS HAVE A MARRIAGE CRISIS IN FEBRUARY ON ALL-NEW "Everything Was Mixed up in the House of the Lovejoys"

Tim Lovejoy meets an old best friend-girl Laura from childhood years (when they were 9, if more specifically). The kids used to play together all the time, plus "play in wedding" (you know, kids sometimes plays, pretending to be a "marriage couple"☺️). Now Tim and Laura again spend time together (as friends and activities for adults nothing obscene, what you could think and no "play in wedding":D). Naturally, Helen is jealous. And when everything (the Lovejoy's relationships) is on the verge (nearly divorce 😦), Marge may (or may not) save the situation…

Comments
I really wanted to show some dynamic (the rise and fall) of "usually ideal" the Lovejoys. Their relationship after Laura coming would be really go to divorce.
And again, I'd want to mention @SimpsonsWillGoOnForever and know your honest opinion about this one.
Oh, forgot to mention, Laura would be voiced by guest actress.
Fear of Lying ("Fear of Flying" episode title pun)
Written by Cesar Mezariegos
Directed by Timothy Bailey
EP: David Mirkin

MARGE THE TRUETELLER ON MOTHER'S DAY IN ALL-NEW "Fear of Lying"

Marge decides to tell only the truth, whatever it may be: pleasant or not ("because of false, much accidents are happen"). Meanwhile Homer helps the mafia (physically - something carry out, drive someone somewhere etc. - eady jobs, bad story) and Marge has a dilemma, whether to tell all the police (who are round around the mob abd Homer).

Comments
The subplot came recently, just to add the main story, I personally like.
(the forgotten one)

A Normal Ned or A Normal Flanders ("A Serious Flanders" episode reference), I didn't choose
Written by Someone random freelancer writer. Let it be… Peter Gaffney
Directed by Someone random inactive director. Let it be… Chuck Sheetz
EP: Al Jean and Matt Selman

THE FLANDERS REFUSE OF TOO MUCH RELIGION IN LIFE IN ALL-NEW "A Normal Flanders"

Ned with the family becomes moderately religious (not faith off completely, as well as in "Alone Again…") and normal* (to Lovejoy's joy:rimshot:). However, Ned isn't very happy inside.

Comments
*"normal" means they refused of too... how to said?... Flanders-ish in the way of religion - and live like any "really-live" religious family. I have no point nor wish to say "normal"="less religion in life" (considering I'm religious person myself) - no. Rather "normal"="less Flanders-ish religion in Flanders' life". Sorta of.
 

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Marge Had a Job ("Marge Gets a Job" episode title reference)
Written by Rob Lazebnik, Al Jean and Mike Reiss
Directed by Matthew Faughnan and David Silverman
EP: Al Jean and Mike Reiss

MARGE AND HOMER REMIND OWN JOBS IN MILESTONE SEASON PREMIERE "Marge Had a Job"

For a school essay on the modern woman, non-housewife (a little nod to Bart's on the Road), Marge recalls all the jobs, she worked on. (with this Homer also reminds)

Comments
So, this is a story for 300th idea - a clipshow.🙃 A long ago, just a premise "Marge gets a job" could grow into entire story with the sane name. However then… this theme became too reused sometimes, so we'd easily can get a whole clipshow on it.😅 (and I'm silent about Homer's string). Hope, the idea is understandable. Sorta of.
Lisa TV
Written by
Al Jean
Directed by Michael Polchino
EP: Al Jean

TURN ON THE NEW IMAGINARY TV-CHANNEL IN ALL-NEW "Lisa TV"

Lisa begins to break the fourth wall, as if she has her own "network", but watching from the side, her parents are worried. Meanwhile, Bart joins the Krusty's bot farm of fans.

Comments
The main plot came from childhood… uhh. I don't know, how it is actual for modern kids, but I reminded, how in child years playing with the friends, we imagined as we are characters from TV-series. And, what about there wouldn't be friends (in case of Lisa) + comedy features of breaking the 4th wall (to the us, real viewers), but being seen outside😁? Hope, you understood. This story would be really funny and nice.
As for sub plot - well, you know, nowadays every "big celebrity" hires whole bot farm to promote ownself. And Krusty wouldn't be an exception.

Update Oops, forgot to note: the rejected title was Diatribe of a Little Girl, but then I realized, how this pun is stupid.:P
The main plot is especially good!
Fall Has Arrived
Written by
Someone random inactive writer. Let it be George Meyer
Directed by Timothy Bailey
EP: Matt Selman

AUTUMN DEPRESSION IS COMING IN ALL-NEW "Fall Has Arrived"

[EDITOR'S NOTE: Episode without the Simpsons family]

Lenny (who is always positive) gets depressed because of the beginning of autumn (aka autumn depression or autumn blues), so Carl tries to cheer him up in any ways (from jokes to musical number).
🤡
Steteotype-a? Who's a Stereotype-a? (Luigi's quite from episode "Much Apu about Something")
Written by Dan Vebber
Directed by Mark Kirkland
EP: Al Jean and Matt Selman

HOMER GETS TO STRANGE ALTERNATIVE UNIVERSE IN ALL-NEW "Steteotype-a? Who's a Stereotype-a?"

Homer enters a world full of outdated stereotypes and clichés. He must escapes there…

Comments
So, what is in that world: predictable stories about love (unreal, like taken from soap love series), crazy marriage scenes, drinking, daddy jokes, woman driving, (not)hidden racism, lust, blondes, etc.:P
Though I'm still not sure, how that would be implemented 😕
One Role Clown
Written by
Carolyn Omine
Directed by Jennifer Moeler
EP: Matt Selman

KRUSTY CHANGES HIS CLOWN PORTRAIT… FOREVER IN ALL-NEW "One Role Clown"
not forever

Krusty guest stars in the criminal series ("Criminal Isn't Stupid", guest star Joe Mantegna as himself) as the psyche and plays it very well. Now he's associated just with the psyche role (=theatrical character) as it is the best he actually played ever (even "Krusty the Clown Show" is changing)

Comments
Krusty doesn't love such "hit on the role". The story inspired by watching TV and thinking that some actors are associated only with bad, good, or sidekick yokel roles (even, for real-life example, they're the hosts of morning shows, but in the films they're always villains).
Inspiration for Not It😋
Pal of Lisa (Mona Lisa reused title pun)
Written by Al Jean
Directed by Michael Polchino
EP: Al Jean (season 27 style)

LISA BECOMES THE BEST AND THE ONLY FRIEND IN ALL-NEW "Pal of Lisa"

Lisa befriends Eugene (guest voiced by some kid), and becomes his best friend (while he becomes her only real friend, because "Lisa's lonely"). However, the girl learns that Eugene's previous friends have died for various reasons…

Comments
First of all, this is NOT that case, when Eugene would be actually maniac or any other silly thing. o_O No. The story has sad real base.😢 Once I know, that other old pals of my best friend died… or moved to another region/country. So, consequently I became the only near friend he has (before he met a girlfriend, but it doesn't matter). And, I decide to transfer (and redo a bit) this case into Lisa's story. The output would be really emotional.
Despite hard WAR times, try to look strong, to be strong and keep a bit of positive. So, the idea

D'ohfish (Blowfish reference)
Written by Someone random inactive writer. Let it be David Mirkin
Directed by Chris Clements
EP: David Mirkin

HOMER CAUGHT A DREAM FISH IN ALL-NEW "D'ohfish"

While fishing on his own, Homer has a dream, that he has caught a fish that is able to "fulfill wishes". At first there (in dream) he wished something insignificant. Later, after "waking up" when, under strange circumstances, everything is done, Homer is not sure if that was a dream…
Lenny's Wedding ("Lisa's Wedding" episode title reference)
Written by Juiet Kaufman
Directed by Timothy Bailey
EP: Al Jean (season 13 style)

LENNY TO TRY SOMETHING NEW IN ALL-NEW "Lenny's Wedding"

During a drunken chat at Moe's, when jokes about "love of each other"🥴 came out Carl refuses to Lenny in a hypothetical marriage to him, and then start to shun him (Lenny). Lenny finds a new friend in Smithers and secretly tries something new ("just a bit more than friendship with man"). However, Homer noticed the couple and as always misinterprets it (into what YOU did think)

Coments
Just one comment - THE MOST MISLEAD. TITLE. EVER😅
BUT. THE STORY. IS. QUITE. OK.
Say Something ("Say Anything" reference)
Story by Joel Cohen Teleplay by Al Jean and Carolyn Omine
Directed by Steven Dean Moore
EP: Al Jean

A VOICE CASTING TAKES PLACE IN ALL-NEW "Say Something"

Professor Frink develops "universal" mobile assistant Firi, and casts voices for the app.
Many guest star actors can be here

Comments
It's not format-bender completely, but also is specific.
So, "universal" meant diverse-oriented. Let's said, seniors would like to hear voice of senior, who'd tell them about "old good times", kids rather hear lovable voice of woman (as nice as their mother's voice), teens - riot voice of "their generation" etc. Also there is neutral woman and man voice. You got the point.
A long ago similar function was on mobile "button" phones - when you pressed on digit button, you could hear optional voice, who repeat the digit name. Gosh, it was fantastic function
Almost whole episode - just casting, where nitpick Frink would listen to the all participants, and would decide the "winner" voices
Marge Passed (far reference to "Homer Defined)
Written by Jeff Westbrook
Directed by Matthew Nastuk
EP: David Mirkin

MARGE EARNS CERTIFICATES FOR TIMES ON MOTHER'S DAY IN ALL-NEW "Marge Passed"

Marge becomes addicted/enjoys taking various online-courses and obtaining certificates in a rectangular frames (whichever topics: from baking to learning the bases of quantum mechanics - useless:D). Meanwhile, Bart accidentally notices that Skinner is much braver and even rude in anonymous Internet correspondence.

Comments
Both stories again taken from a life😅 (as I remember, there are bunch of such). The main plot based on my need to "pass various courses" when I started working. These useless topics are came from real life in general - seriously there are LOOOOOTS of courses in the Internet whichever you'd want😌.
The subplot is self-inspired. I noticed, that sometimes *sigh* I can be too nitpick or even rude to people on the Internet:ashamed:. Though I'm really polite as well as in real life. So it's about Skinner person: you can be really boring and inconspicuous, but in the Network…😁
Still
A Long Ago
Story by
Dan Greaney Teleplay by Someone random freelancers. Let it be… Justin Hurwitz and… Nell Scovell
Directed by ****
EP: Al Jean and Matt Selman

THE SIMPSONS… DON'T EXSIST IN MAY ON ALL-NEW SEASON FINALE "A Long Ago"

Another live-action idea. Parody on 2019 film "Yesterday" about forgetting The Beatles. Here we'd have the same: the main character (let forget about names), a big Simpsons fan, wakes up and discovering… The Simpsons animated series never exist.
In a result:
1) Gunsmoke and The Flintstones still have their TV-records;
2) Obviously, Futurama, Family Guy and others shows, impacted by The Simpsons, don't exist
3) and my favorite: what would happen to the cast and crew?:D:
  • Matt Groening ("the creator of Life's in Hell comics") in 1987 fell into a coma and still there;
  • Al Jean, J. Stuart Burns and other "writers" with Math honors degree (what actually is true) are teachers/lectures in university;
  • David Silverman is popular Flaming Tuba musician;
  • Dan Castellaneta lives an ordinary life as real-life Homer, but no one is interested in it;
  • Julie Kavner works as NPR radio host (because of deep voice);
  • Harry Shearer is still a member of Spinal Tap, that is "classic mega popular band";
  • Nancy Cartwright is a paint artist (she actually does in reality);
  • Yearly Smith (I'm sorry ahead:lawl:) was taken to mad house, because she keeps repeating "I'm always 8-year-old girl". (reference to her often saying in interview about Lisa: Lisa is always 8. Even when she has a birthday, she's still 8);
  • Hank Azaria... gosh this is hard to come😶. Whatever you think););
  • John Swartzwelder (the writer, who "wrote" the biggest number of scripts) is on the lowest low - bum in other words;
  • other more-or-less talented writers (besides aforementioned) write on a different shows (fictional names), which can exist just because The Simpsons don't.

So, the main character, knowing all the features of production someway tries to assembly "the original team" and create The Simpsons. However, nowadays (in that universe) this idea sounds crazy and unreal…

My comments
I was loud of laugh writing all this. 🤣🤣🤣Couldn't imagine, it would looked so funny and crazy (btw, all the "cast activities" are improvisation I've just came). And a little production note: originally the idea was going to title "All the Troubles Seem so Far away" (complement to "Yesterday..." but "my" = "the"), while "A long Ago" I'd also note as working title. However, with the WAR in my country the phrase "all the troubles seem so far away" would sound false, so I switch the title
Still very laughed over this😆
666th post here! But… don't take it - go on

Be Afraid Little Girl
Written by
Someone random inactive writer. Let it be… Ken Keeler
Directed by Michael Polcino
EP: Al Jean (season 14)

LISA IS SCARED IN ALL-NEW SEASON PREMIERE "Be Afraid Little Girl"

When there is a training alarm and a rehearsal of police/army actions ("in case of an unlikely but still probable emergency") Lisa (though she does know that's all just setup and emergency actually isn't happening) is very scared and locks herself in the house.
Later she let the other members come in, but still too scared.

Comments
This story, as I said before, is inspired by feelings I had/have when on February 24, 2022 the full-scale WAR was started by Russia towards Ukraine. It's fear, nervousness and… and misunderstanding of what's going next.😰 Lisa would have such feelings. Despite, she knows there isn't any real emergency and calmly behaved within other family members when fist hearing the "alarm for preparing for rehearsal", but staying on her own for a while (other family goes… somewhere) she, as title says, is just a little afraid girl. Despite she sees Lenny and Carl in military outfit (who as usually fool around), but she imagined, if the war will here there wasn't such fun anymore…

Really hard and, sadly, real-life story about feelings mixed😔 In the next ideas of season there will be more positive;)

Upd. Forgot to mention, another possible title, rejected due to looking more complicated was If Anyone Needs Me, I'll Be in My House (reference to "If anyone needs me, I'll be in my room")
The Simpsons' Eight ("Ocean's Eleven" franchise reference) - 2-parter
Written by Jessica Conrad
Directed by Rob Oliver (part 1) and Jennifer Moeler (part 2)
EP: Matt Selman and Al Jean

THERE WILL BE A NEW BOOK IN ALL-NEW 2-PART SPECIAL "The Simpsons' Eight"

Continuation of "The Book Job".

The publisher (Slick, guest voiced again by Andy García) asks to create another fantasy book, because the company is living throughout hard times - people either buy electronic books online, or don't read at all. But "The Troll Twins of Underbridge Academy" were hit at the time.
But this time, there are more actions (added some of A Serious Flanders style😅):

Slick plays a "double game". Actually he is himself the owner of those "online book stores" and he wants a) get another hit story from the team, and put his name only, and sell it online only in own stores; b) discredit the team, send them to jail (the revenge for unreleased "Vampires"), and make a "dirty glory" to increase the popularity of books more😈

Moe secretly still works for Neill Gaiman (guest voiced) and recieves the advices via phone.

Marge is involved in the case (being almost absent in TBJ), but… on which side? Did Slick enlist her? Or she really help the team?

Conflicts within the team (originally, for some reason, they were all together in TBJ).

Cliffhanger: Homer accidently hears, how Slick told to his "rat" in the team… Who's it?

And why 8? So: Homer, Patty, Frink, Skinner, Moe, Bart, Lisa and Marge

Sounds really cool!
Celebrate Equality (reference to "Celebrate Diversity", slogan of Eurovision Song contest 2017, which took place in Ukraine, by the way)
Story by Al Jean Teleplay by Jeff Westbrook and Rob Lazebnik
Directed by David Silverman
EP: Al Jean and Matt Selman

SEE THE PLACE, WHERE ALL ARE EQUAL AND IN ALL-NEW "Celebrate Equality"

The Simpsons falls into a gorge, where all are equal.

Comments
Under equal I mean without any similarities as on social level, and even on physical: the men must wear artificial breasts, everybody has no hair or eyelashes (the feature often used in cartoons to differ men and women), too short people wears platforms, while too high are cut the legs, no it's too stupid just sit all the time as "embrion" in hope sometime it reduces their height, there is no brights, all are pale etc.

Gosh! It does sound crap. The highlight is mistaken: the place, where all are equal could sound great idea, but not here.
I named it experimental idea, because such sh*t isn't like anything I posted ago😅. Want to know reaction on this from my readers)

Oh, almost forgot: the Simpsons would be converted to live there, but they must escape
Weirrrd…😶
Homer the Thief
Written b
y Jeff Martin
Directed by Michael Polcino
EP: Al Jean and Mike Reiss

HOMER FALLS TO STEALING IN ALL-NEW "Homer the Thief"

To pay for a brand new exclusive (and expensive) beer Homer "borrows" Lisa's money. Then, the girl stops trusting him and constantly drives him away.

Comments
The story based on real-life television story. And, coincidence, it sounds like another Homer lost Lisa's respect plot (Make Room for Lisa, The Dad, who Knew too Little, See Homer Run etc.)

Lisa would get a phycological trauma too - being stolen by own dad. And then she nervously awares of Homer and allthe time hide the rest of her savings. It is deep emotional, but with funny notes (I hope, not exceed) story.
Eye Hooten
Written by
Someone random freelancer. Let it be Megan Amram
Directed by Chris Clements
EP: Matt Selman

THE VAN HOOTENS CHANGE THEIR WAY OF VIEW IN ALL-NEW "Eye Hooten"

The Van Hooten family replaces glasses with contact lenses. (how they still haven't gotten to it?!😄). After that, Kirk is raised "for his appearance", which makes Homer jealous. Meanwhile Milhouse becomes a new person visually too and internally struggles with it (had a hallucinations of him "old" fighting against behaviour change)

Comments
There would be a little scenes, how van Hootens get used to lences, to wearing them (I myself use them, and remember, how it was difficult in the start).
Milhouse story sounds weird, but could work.
Another note: initially I had another title, rejected, something like "Don't Sault on Van Hooten" - some reference to put sault in the eyes phrase, but relized this pun would sound stupid, so refused it writing "titles post"☝️.
Potentially, good real episode 😉
Officer Homer
Written by
Michael Price
Directed by Lance Kramer
EP: David Mirkin

HOMER BECOMES POLICEMAN, BUT KEEPS THE EMOTIONS IN ALL-NEW "Officer Homer"

Homer becomes policeman. But it is always hard to explain to children (particularly Lisa) that in life, in addition to laugh, there is a lot of pain and cruelty… (playing spending time with children, Homer now is hard to keel "calm behaviour")

Comments
Classic "gets a job" plot (even done before already), but with possible great note on hard "real world" and honest kids' emotions (even if this is off-characters for the Simpsons). I adore this story.🥰
Bart's Beautiful Eyes (reference to Lenny's catchphrase "My beautiful eyes") or Eye Caramba!
Written by
Christine Nangle
Directed by Bob Anderson
EP: Matt G. and James Brooks

BART LOST HIS VISION IN ALL-NEW "Bart's Beautiful Eyes"

Bart, to spite Marge (who awared, it badly cause on vision - classic for parents 😌), spends all his time in the phone. Eventually, he lost his sight for a while…

Comments
I said earlier I wears contact lenses, so I do know (and live with) vision problems. In Bart's case, it would be great and emotional story about he [temporary] blind - changes in behaviour, involuntary "pit" from others (even Bart doesn't want it at all) and self-perception and… living anyway as Bart wants.

P.S. If anything, thanks God, I haven't so serious problems with slight😅

P.P.S. It isn't that "big inclusiveness" idea I've been preparing for a while.
Who Laughs First Laughs (reference to phrase "who laughs last laughs")
Written by Joel Cohen
Directed by Timothy Bailey
EP: Al Jean and Mike Reiss

THERE ISN'T ANY LAUGH IN SPRINGFIELD ELEMENTARY IN ALL-NEW "Who Laughs First Laughs"

After students caused PTSR in him, Principal Skinner bans any laughs or mockeries during education process and on breaks (namely, during whole school time)

Mother's Mother
Written by
Someone random inactive writer. Let it be Richard Appel
Directed by Dabbie Mahan
EP: Matt Selman

MARGE AND PRINCIPAL SKINNER AIN'T WITH THEIR MORHERS WHICH THEY USED TO BE ON MOTHER'S DAY IN ALL-NEW "Mother's Mother"

Marge realizes, that she has lost a long-standing connection with her mother. In the same time Seymour Skinner understands the same. (these are parallel stories with separate developments, but of course, they're connected by, let's said, the talk between Marge and Skinner)

Comments
The story taken from real life. Sooner or later we all lost that "childhood connection" and relationships with our dears🥲. It would be a really cute and nice episode
All Roads Lead to Springfield ("all roads lead to Rome" reference)
Written by Juliet Kaufman
Directed by Matthew Faughnan
EP: David Mirkin

SPRINGFIELD IS A TOWN, WHERE PEOPLE ARE TOO MUCH IN ALL-NEW "All Roads Lead to Springfield"

Springfield is visited by some tourists. They are given a tour. They are delighted that the city is unique because it has no "tourist traps" (a useful term - any of attraction, tourists must visit it). Then more people come, and later they start moving to live…

Comments
1) guest stars as tourists/themselves needed
2) I know, the plot would be a recon of "Coming to Homerica" (or "The Day Earth stood Cool" if you want), but with different premise
3) the main theme is population growing, and the aim of story is to show the possible advantages and disadvantages of it.

Huh, I wrote this plot a half of year ago, and wouldn't think, it can be SO actual in my country now🙁. Many refugees are moving to "safe" Eastern regions. Initially they are welcome, of course, but the behaviour of some refugees (and actions I just don't want to say) make us really blame for these hard times😣.
No offense, my readers, but thanks God, you can't understand it anyway.
Still actual, and still misunderstood (to others)…
The Simpsons Are Going too! ("The Simpsons are going to…!" expression reference)
Written by Someone random inactive writers. Let it be… Tom Gammil and Max Pross
Directed by Rob Oliver
EP: Al Jean and Matt Selman

THE SIMPSONS ARE CHASING FOR THE FLANDERS IN MAY ON ALL-NEW SEASON FINALE "The Simpsons Are Going too!"

Before the Flanders' family trip, Bart throws some Homer's thing (something very important, I don't mind, what it can be) into the van (Flander's van, "The Call of the Simpsons":lawl:). An enraged Homer takes the whole family on a trip across the country in pursuit of the Flanders…

Comments
The title is just fittable:D. By the way, tge story had came after the title this time, I confess
A Drop in the Sea
Written by
Al Jean
Directed by Chris Clements
EP: Al Jean (season 25 style)

THE SIMPSONS ARE ABANDONED IN THE WATERS IN ALL-NEW "A Drop in the Sea"

Marge is very tired and annoyed by routine housework, so Homer rents a boat for a just family weekend (for 48 hours). While Marge relaxes on the deck, Homer is constantly disturbed (he doesn't want to turn off a phone connection). To escape away, he steers the boat away where there is no connection. However, the family is lost alone in the open waters…

Comments
During our vacation/break off days, we often can be disturbed by others (colleagues, boss, relatives, friends etc.)
Willie's Quit
Written by
Rob Lazebnik
Directed by Jennifer Moeler
EP: Al Jean

GROUNDSKEEPER WILLIE OPENS OWN BUSINESS IN ALL-NEW "Willie's Quit"

Willie can't stand it and fires. Instead, he opens a successful souvenir shop dedicated to a long-standing hatred of Skinner. (don't lie, you didn't want, at least once, this hate would grow into something bigger 😅) Meanwhile Lisa told bad joke (non-offenced joke) to her new friend (special guest star), so he leaves her saying, that the problem is in her sense of humor.
Funny
Happy Birthday of Horror
Written by
Brian Kelly
Directed by Chris Clements
EP: Matt G. and James Brooks

LISA HAS A BAD PARTY WITH TERRIBLE CONSEQUENCES IN ALL-NEW "Happy Birthday of Horror"

When no one comes to Lisa's birthday party (an unrelated reminder, "Lisa Simpson is always 8":D) and the family has a bad celebration, injured Lisa locks herself in her room. When later she comes out, there was nothing left of a good nice girl🙍‍♀️… (She makes-up as she wants, says what she wants, repeat "8 is a sign of infinity"😵, learn those school lessons, only which will be really practically needed. Kinda of pessimitic emo, if you want, with a lack of  deeply hidden  emotions)

Comments
The title has 2 meanings: bad birthday party, and a birth of horror, new, "reborn" figuratively Lisa. Also, the first title was just Birthday of Horror

A Clever Tongue Will Take You to New York ("A clever tongue will take you anywhere" idioma reference)
Written by Joel Cohen
Directed by Matthew Nastuk
EP: David Mirkin

LISA BECOMES TV POP-STAR KID IN ALL-NEW "A Clever Tongue Will Take You to New York"

Video of Lisa's speech (with her "protesting talk") became so popular that the girl is invited to work on national television in New York. There Lisa is made a pop-star child. She becomes a successful national little presenter, although there is no time left for her own life (with her interests) and childhood.

Comments
First, the title was base actually on Ukrainian phrase "Язик до Києва доведе", and later I found an English equivalent to it.
As for the story, it is partly based on real life girl. In early childhood she declares the poems. Later she was invited to national network, where she was made an image of "nice girl" on camera (and bow nobody remembered, why and when she actually appeared). So almost all of this transferred to Lisa.
However, for a long time I had no mind, who would be a centric character - Grampa, Brockman, Homer?🤷 I noted just "someone")
Also I see a joke about morning show hosts - like they live in own universe, where "everybody smiles in mornings and nothing bad outside"😄🤗
Gabbo Returns
Written by
Jeff Martin and Samantha Martin
Directed by Bob Anderson
EP: Al Jean and Mike Reiss

YOU WON'T BELIEVE, WHO'S BACK IN ALL-NEW "Gabbo Returns"

In the times of various series reboots, it came also an order to spin-off/remake/return to old forgotten characters to "The Poochie Show"
Wasn't that already… Oops, wrong plot😅

In the times of reboots Gabbo is re-launched, and this time Krusty (with Bart's help) will have to put more than a bunch of guest stars to avoid being cancelled…

Comments
The story is sequel to the golden Krusty Gets Kancelled. However, Krusty's show is still ongoing though.
This time guest stars also supposed to be in, however now their appearance can't help again against "new" Gabbo. Why new? Well, technically it's still a doll, but with tfe help of "computer animation" on the show he can "alive" (no jokes, he was alive without that😅).
By the way, the aforementioned guest stars: Red Hot Chili Peppers and Bette Midler as themselves - the only alive guest stars from KGK… sadly😔. Although, this time they would have a small role without big musical numbers.
KGC2
Working Home
Written by
Tim Long
Directed by Matthew Faughnan
EP: David Mirkin

HOMER FALLS IN LOVE WITH WORKING REMOTELY IN ALL-NEW "Working Home"

After a bad day at work, full of incidents, Homer (after the advice of Burns himself) stays at home to work. He liked it so much, that it is difficult to return to normal life

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The story is based on my first experience with remote work (to said, I've start working not a long ago). And bad to say, but I liked working home, on my own oh in episode Marge with Maggie would go somewhere or what - Homer on his own, in "native walls", doing breaks whenever I'd want for whatever time I'd want - calm🥰. But, that was a little period (related with another "season splash" of Covid), and it was really… weird - I missed being home:P. I believe you can connect it with your first remote working experience (in 2020, to said)

P.S. Evergreen Terrace, post 742😁
Sure, this one!
Dial «K» for Kids ("Dial M for Murders" title pun)
Written by Megan Amram
Directed by Rob Oliver
EP: Bill O. and Josh W.

MS. HOOVER IS DEMOTED IN GRADES IN ALL-NEW "Dial «K» for Kids"

Because of the incident, Miss Hoover is transferred to K-grade class, where after the initial anger, she reveals an inner love for children. Meanwhile miss Myles (also voiced by some guest star, not the late Valerie Harper, though) comes to Lisa, angried at the Simpsons, because at one time, because of Bart, she was transferred to 1st grade.

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Now a bit of calculating🤓: Myles would teach Bart 2 years ago, when he was in 2nd grade, then she was demoted to 1st grade, ms. Hoover replaced Myles there, and continue to teach Bart for a while (what we knew for sure in My Octopus and a Teacher), and the next year Lisa was taught in 1st grade by Myles
I tried to write all right, according to the US education system.

As for the main plot - I think it would be interesting, if Hoover would reveal hideen love to kids, to teach them. What do you think?
Oh, I again reminded about fan of miss Hoover character (and all characters, voiced by Maggie Roswell) - @SimpsonsWillGoOnForever user. What's your opinion? Would it be better than Sorry Not Sorry "ms. Hoover's backstory"?😅
Great!
Mom, You Hardly Knew Her ("Homer, I Hardly Knew Me" book title pun)
Written by Someone random inactive writer. Let it be… David M. Stern
Directed by David Silverman
EP: David Mirkin

YOU DIDN'T KNEW THE REAL MONA SIMPSON IN ALL-NEW MOTHER'S DAY SPECIAL "Mom, You Hardly Knew Her"

Homer laments that after Mona's death he couldn't properly perpetuate the memory of her (her dust was scattered "Mona Leaves-a", and there is no real grave). Homer finds out, that nowhere in any documentation is stated, what good and nice she really was, but only she described as a fraud (for her past speculation things and chasing from the law). He wants to fix it…
Guest star: Glen Close as Mona (in flashbacks)

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In my view it should be a very nice episode🥲. Besides what we know about Mona, there is a generic theme: even a fraud/villain person can/could be the best parent for his/her child.🥰
NHC: No-Homers Chat
Written by
Broti Gupta
Directed by Rob Oliver
EP: Matt Selman and Al Jean

HOMER GOT OUT OF COMMUNITY IN MAY IN ALL-NEW SEASON FINALE "NHC: No-Homers Chat"

Homer discovers that there is a secret messanger chat with discussion of him. He is offended and realizes that he can no longer trust anyone (in sad way).

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Without saying much: the story is based on my sad experience. It was years ago, and I accidentally heard my university fellows had created entire other messanger chat without my involvement. For some event, or so - I don't clearly remember. Though I'm not sure they used it to discuss me, as in idea.😅 However, I was sorta injured - people who show kindness to me, threw me background.

But I learnt the lesson: don't mind) Seriously, if they felt I'd be exceed, let it be. Don't care and take it too close to heart.;)

This idea is more special, because I'd want to dedicate it to one former NHC user, who left community because of similar situation - @The Abominable Dr. Lenny . Last year (during NHC down) I opened for myself his history. I had nothing against him, in person, though. Interesting also, he wrote the very first reply to this my thread.
Anyway, if you whenever will return or just saw this post as "guest" user, accept my "hello friend" to you.
Just Another Day in Year (the title reffers to "Just Another Day in the Life" song)
Written by Cesar Mazariegos
Directed by Steven Dean Moore
EP: Al Jean and Matt Selman

SOMEONE DOESN'T LIKE BIRTHDAYS IN ALL-NEW SEASON PREMIERE "Just Another Day in Year"

Visiting Abe's in retirement castle, the Simpsons children meet Warren Scott (guest voiced by Rodger Bumpass, yes I did think about Squidward-type character), who is tired of birthdays ("every year the same, and the older you become, the more boring and monotone that day is"). The kids (and other Simpsons family) try to convinced Scott in different (even with some song)

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Ironically, but I came to this idea on my birthday (8 months ago - now you know how LONG my ideas stand in queue 🙃)
Posting before my birthday. Haw!😅
Religion and Medicine III
Story by
Ryan Coh Teleplay by Jessica Conrad
Directed by Mark Kirkland
EP: Mike Scully

MARGE JOINS THE TV RELIGION CULT IN ALL-NEW "Religion and Medicine III"

Marge broke her leg (again) and is in the hospital for a time. For entertainment, only the TV (old TV-set with lack of choice), what is turned on for an hour. She gets hooked and becomes a fanatic of religious "show".
Guest star: Ye, also known as Kanye West as leader of cult

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1) why Ye? Because, as I know, he has own home church, literally - with choir and other
2) I know, the story sounds like a rehash of The Joy of Sect:P
3) I was inspired by some famous religious faud "leader", who worked in 1980s. I really tried to find his name again now, after ladt year I had discovered this story in some TV show (why to hide? The '80s: The Decade That Made Us, from NatGeo)
Well, this R&M episode probably is the best among.
Homr Get Marg
Written by
Matt Selman and Al Jean
Directed by Rob Oliver
EP: Matt Selman and Al Jean

HOONKA MOONKA BANKA LANKA IN ALL-NEW "Homr Get Marg"

The stone age. A tale about the life of cavemen & cavewomen cavepeople (who would talk in gibberish or very unintelligible words)

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Really wondered, why the show, which DOES NEED new ideas, still, in 35 years hasn't done a stone age episode?🤔 I think even lazy animated shows did it already.

Oh, and in case you're wondered what the highlight meant, here's an answer::homer::marge::bart::lisa:
You Are Lisa Simpson!
Written by
Someone random inactive writer. Let it be Jon Vitty
Directed by Mark Kirkland
EP: Matt Selman

THERE ARE MORE THAN ONE LISA IN ALL-NEW "You Are Lisa Simpson!"

Lisa discovers that there are several tge same "Lisa Simpsons" across the country with the same interests and personal data. The Simpsons are going into journey to put all the points over each of "Lisas" (and one of "them" has been especially rude)

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You can immediately quote Moe's phrase: So, Lisa Simpson name is now free? I take it to myself. Hello, Lisa's taverna. Lisa's talking😅

But seriously the episode is about information security. I studied it at university, by the way. And, you might not know, but all your published data can be used by everyone: from internet advertising companies and banks to governments and Russian spies abd hackers. It's not not hyperbole - THAT'S A TODAY TRUTH.
Remember, the golden Internet rule: everything in Internet (even this post:suspicious:) leaves in Internet FOREVER (even if deleted).:tired:

Again to fun. In the plot Lisa would be surprised, because she just: registered on a jazz fan site, took part in an online vote/petition, wrote too much detailed comments, when posting photos, had a conversation allegedly with "Mery" from Virginia (who's actually 40+ man, who… well you got the point😶).

There were 2nd title, but posting in midseason post "about information security", I thought I could reveal too much with this simple title - With the Same Names
And weired rejected title was You Are Lisa Simpson… and You… and You!
👀
Happy Ned Year ("Happy New Year" phrase reference) - New Year special
Written by Someone random freelance writer. Let it be Patric Verrone
Directed by Steven Dean Moore
EP: Al Jean

NED BECOMES THE HIGHLIGHT OF THE PARTY IN DECEMBER ON ALL-NEW NEW YEAR SPECIAL "Happy Ned Year"

Ned Flanders celebrates another the New Year just with his sons, home. Homer decides to invite him to the Simpsons house party. Ned comes there, but becomes uncomfortable with excessive looseness of guests (also, he hadn't attend parties in years, especially "adult" parties). Like Kirk in 10-percent Solution, Ned goes to the attic to the children (who also have own kids' mini-party), and from grief drinks champagne (NOTE: the champange bottle is from Simpsons stocks on attic for the party, no to child alcoholism!✊important, but unnecessary story detail😑). Then, what happens at the [adult] party does NOT stay there…
Funny too.
(production note: I had known this post would take much time to write, so I prepared it a day earlier (not the only case)... but preparing couldn't keep and post it now.:D)

Invalid Inclusiveness
Written by
Christine Nangle
Directed by Jennifer Moeller
EP: Al Jean and Matt Selman

MARGE AND LISA TO CREATE NEW EDUCATIONAL INSTITUTION IN ALL-NEW "Invalid Inclusiveness"

Marge and Lisa open an educational institution for people with various types of disabilities. Although there are different reasons for it: Lisa sees potential in them, while Marge does so out of pity

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Very, very hyped anticipated story. I'd be really curious to watch it in reality. Seriously, The Simpsons as show almost don't pay attention/picture people with disabilities. The Sound of Bleeding Gums had this topic? First - no - it wasn't about actual inclusiveness, to my personal regret:oops:. And second, the base for it came a long ago yet.

A few years ago, in Ukraine (and in world) people started to rise so "pity" theme of inclusiveness - there was whole campaign to inform about much aspects of life of people with disabilities. The aim is, of course, equality in rights. Right to work, study with "normal" (very sorry for this word, even it's in braces) people, instead of being left behind, study or even live in internauts.😟

Nowadays, I say in general, people with various types of disabilities are everywhere and, in my opinion, CAN DO EVERYTHING as well as "normals" people without disabilities. And Lisa is of the same opinion. She sees potential in them - you can do this, while you're able to do that". While Marge in story wouldn't be opposition of Lisa, but let's said Marge represents obsolete stereotypical opinions about people with disabilities. She just feels empathy for them, without sorta respect and seeing for their development prospectives. And, obviously, Marge and Lisa would have conflict over it. And I'd lie, saying this is right position, while other is completely wrong. No: it's really good to respect, empathy for people with disabilities, but also important to feel respect, equality for them.🥲

I'd also to note on "with various types of disabilities". These are people with: Down syndrome, autistics (in different forms), physical disabilities, hard dyslexia, cerebral palsy, speech defects etc. It would need to take a bunch of respective guest voices.

About the title: "Invalid Inclusiveness". First, it's kinda of abusing phrase. Because, as I had said above, "invalids" is wrong title for people with disabilities, though much shorter to write. And "inclusiveness" isn't just about disease. Temporary disabilities, impossibility with prams for mothers, seniors' unable to read clear etc.

Afterall, I say, I do not belong to people with disabilities: nor mentally nor physically. However, I do know there are several users on NHC with some disabilities, who DON'T HIDE IT. I always had a respect for them. Err… this idea dedicated to you, guys and gals.:)
And how without this!
Skinner the Stinker
Written by
Ryan Coh
Directed by Michael Polcino
EP: Al Jean and Mike Reiss

SOMETHING SMELLS IN SPRINGFIELD ELEMENTARY IN ALL-NEW "Skinner the Stinker"

Skinner has problems with sweating, and that causes, he is not perceived at work.

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Seymour would for some reason produce more sweat, than usual. And, naturally, surroundings wouldn't be able to notice that. Skinner is thrown with offences, "bad jokes", glances from the braid, insincere emotions, as if hiding something.

In short the basement is my own sad past experience. The story is really close to me.😞 And I really don't want to tell the details, but just (as story morale): even in our modern world, people still judge a book by its cover, ignoring person's real abilities.
Yeah, it was a season, full of real-life bases.
Today We're Going to Discover, whether the Education Can Be Really Interesting
Written by
Joel Cohen
Directed by Lance Kramer
EP: David Mirkin

MARTIN IS DISSAPOINTED AND HOMER REPLENISHES HIS VOCABULARY IN ALL-NEW "Today We're Going to Discover, whether the Education Can Be Really Interesting"

Lisa and principal Skinner reveal to Martin, that his favorite blogger-teacher (guest voiced by some popular educational blogger, if there is) spreads false statements. Meanwhile, to expand his vocabulary, Homer reads children's fairy tales (of different peoples of the world), and enjoys this.

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The main story comes from real life, I think. While blogger's video lessons are really interesting, with much experiments, which just couldn't be in ordinary schools. However, deep bases for the material is false or semi-true.
The B-plot is funny:lol: Again it's from me😌. I discovered I should replenish my vocabulary for my… errr… native language for English there is Google Translate😁. It's a bit true - adults' vocabulary is getting less and less because we're lazy. I found a book for myself and started reading it. To said, it's a good way to spend time🙂. Before "the Internet times" being a kid I used to read much.
The title was almost last-time thing.

P.S. If anything, Google Translate thing was just a joke, and I try to use it little.

UPD2. Forgot to write, why such long title. It's a reference to bloggers' videos, where they usually started with "Today we're going to [do smth]…"
Thread, Old Thread ("Home sweet home" reference)
Story by Jessica Conrad Teleplay by Al Jean and Matt Selman
Directed by ******
EP:Al Jean and Matt Selman

THE SIMPSONS STAFF GETS INSPIRATION FROM FANS IN ALL-NEW LIVE-ACTION SPECIAL "Thread, Old Thread"

In search of new ideas for the show, the Simpsons staff team turns to the old, forgotten NHC creative fan-fiction thread for "fresh, undone ideas". However, somehow, after a very long absence (let's said, 17 years), the member, who created the thread returns…

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Haw-haw-haw-haw:lol:How hypocritically and egoistic it could sound! Obviously, it's came from real NHC life.

We do know for sure, the 'real' Simpsons staff read NHC and everything (or not) what fans write here (without mentioning, no a long ago Matt Selman tweet after Bart the Cool Kid review 😂). So, very probably, they read fan-fiction ideas (maybe even this thread:suspicious:), though, as I know, officially they have not right, actually. I came to this story, when I traveled via NHC archive thread and from tome to time there were only "oh, it reminds me, what [username] had written in his fanfic" posts.
I don't declare "because of obvious lack of ideas the staff just must sometimes turn to fanfic". This is really false! In my view, if somehow it's true, this isn't even a problem - moreover fresh view on the show from fans themselves would be ok.😉

And back to idea, add the main problem of plot would be copyright laws, appeared from nowhere.

Guest stars: nowadays Simpsons staff as themselves
The Children of Africa
Written by
Al Jean
Directed by Bob Anderson
EP: Al Jean

BART CARES ABOUT SYMBOLIC CHILDREN IN ALL-NEW "The Children of Africa"

Bart bores with his antics/whims, so Marge tells him, that the "children of Africa" are much worse. This inspires the boy to charity
Guest star: short cameo of Angelina Jolie, world-famous actress and UN ambassador, as herself

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Just for case I explain the joke plot. Maybe it's local and very seldom used, but when the kid starts to irritate with own whims, parent tells "see, you want that thing, while children of Africa have nothing". And thus the kid starts to value what he/she has. Sometimes the phrase can have ironic character, like said: "you want some more sugar in tea, in the same time, children of Africa have nothing":P
Also prod. note I again put this idea to wrong, subplots list, and it just stood in queue. So, it isn't related to similar sounded next, Madagaskar-related idea title.
Money Mommy - Mother's Day
Written by Dan Castellaneta and Deb Lacusta
Directed by Michael Polcino
EP: Matt Selman

MARGE EARNS MORE MONEY THAN HOMER IN MAY ON ALL-NEW MOTHER'S DAY SPECIAL "Money Mommy"

Marge gets a job in a mega cool company, where even a cleaning manager earns twice much as Homer. However, there people say offensive things to each other as a joke😊, what Marge can't get used to (guest stars: some actors from "Corporate" series). In the same time Homer is embarrassed that he has become a dependent. Meanwhile at school children are given a task on Mother's Day to write a VERY tearful poems for mothers (with public recitation on Mother's Day event).
Outside In ("Inside Out" cartoon title pun) or Asleep in Springfield ("Nosleep in Seattle" movie title pun)
Story by Ryan Koh Teleplay by John Frink and Rob Lazebnik
Directed by Matthew Faughnan
EP: Al Jean and Matt Selman

LISA CAN'T WAKE UP IN MAY ON ALL-NEW SEASON FINALE "Asleep in Springfield"

Lisa can't wake up, so everybody things she passed away…

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This is really dark, experimental story. I have never done so dark-themed idea (Lisa's Diary was similar, though). It's a sleazy topic of meaning of life.
Expansion: Lisa has a long, beautiful dream, that lasts a bit long. Tge viewers would see most of episode though Lisa's consciousness. Outside of it, Lisa's closes are worry for the worst… Even dr. Hibbert and Reverend Lovejoy constant, Lisa's mind/soul is far away from her body.😥
In the same time, Lisa's dream ends and the girl left alone in a void of own consciousness. Just a black void, Lisa's "flying image" (hope, you understood) and view holes like eyes to outside world. She (image) wants to end it all and waje up, but she can't. And there are a very tearful and sad scenes, how the people farewell to Lisa and are going to move her body to oven in irder to burn it to ash (episode "Funeral for a Fiend" showed that machine)… Will Lisa be able to wake up until too late?😰

Unlike you could see the lazy solution - that's all is just girl's real dream, but, in my view, NOT so simple. Sure, the episode would be non-canon (Lisa is needed for further stories).

I'm really not sure nor remember, what was the inspiration for the story.

Would be a great season finale!
 

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So, let's finish that. In case, if you just joined this thread a little reminder: for the first time I review and remind my favourite ideas from all 20 seasons.
You Didn't Have to Meet (and Like) Me ("You Don't Have to Live Like a Referee" episode title pun)
Written by Someone random inactive writer. Let it be Jon Vitti
Directed by Bob Anderson
EP: Al Jean

LENNY AND CARL'S BACKSTORY MAKES THEM QUARREL IN ALL-NEW "You Didn't Have to Meet (and Like) Me"

Lenny and Carl quarrel over inconsistencies in the story how they met… (featuring Simpsons family, I mean the today conflict)

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The story how they met would take place in childhood age (and wouldn't affect on "show canon", if you are worried ☺️)
That's Again
Story by
Dan Greeny Teleplay by Joel Cohen and Christine Nangle
Directed by Timothy Bailey
EP: Al Jean and Matt Selman

HOMER DISCOVERS THE LIFE AFTER THE LIFE IN ALL-NEW "That's Again"

NOTE: The episode is non-canon

Homer dies and relives his life since start (being a baby, but has clear memories from… the actual state), but now he knows what will happen (all the good and bad events), however "cannot interfere" because "there will be darkness so"…

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About that darkness condition. Between death and reborning, Homer's mind goes to heaven - unlike all the conceptions. The heaven is already full, so new deads are sent back to life… again. There is just an "administrator", who welcomes minds and send them. And he said that condition.
Guest star: Morgan Freeman as administrator/himself

The story sounds very philosophy🤔 - essential question - what's after the life? It would be great episode.

P.S. I might collect all my "Homer goes to [another/parallel universe]" ideas sometime🤣
Great! Forgot about it.
The Boss Is Always Right (pun on phrase "the customer is always right")
Written by John Frink
Directed by David Silverman
EP: Al Jean

THE BOSS IS GOOD AND THE NAILS ARE LONG IN ALL-NEW "The Boss Is Always Right"

Homer learns that Charlie has been promoted. He says you need to know how to please the boss (lite subservience:colon3:). Homer begins to do the same (what Burns likes), and [discovering that] Smithers must cautiously deny Burns that licking is bad and in the same time don't burn ownself (though Smithers actually doesn't lick to Burns - he loves him, that's more difficult😌). Meanwhile after the horror movie, the long nails-claws like those the maniac used in the film, become popular. However, girls and women (and Martin) distort this fashion (make nails-claws colorful, wear too long artificial and else), ignoring the origins of this fashion (where it came from) and annoying boys ("the real fans of horror").

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I think everyone did use a lite lickings to boss to get some help or relief in work😉

Just Marge (and Girlfriends) (pun on "Just Marge (and friends)" cabaret show from "Behind the Laugher" episode) ("Тільки Мардж (і подруги)")
Written by Carolyn Omine and Christine Nangle
Directed by Jennifer Moeller
EP: Matt Selman

МАРДЖ ЗНАХОДИТЬ ПРИХИСТОК У ЖІНОЧІЙ КОМПАНІЇ У НОВОМУ ЕПІЗОДІ "Just Marge (and Girlfriends)"

Після відвідин матері на самоті, машина Мардж не витримує, і вона не справляється на об'їзній ділянці (бо на основній дорозі проводиться ремонт). Виникає аварія. Опритомнівши Мардж розуміє, що вона одна у незнайомих землях, а її телефон вибухнув разом з авто. Шукаючи прихисток Мардж опиняється у теплій жіночій спільноті, яка майже переконує її почати там життя з чистої сторінки…

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The leader of community (guest star) - former psychologist - as argument told to Marge, if she would be really cared by her family, she would have been found long ago. Also, in fact, Marge's phone did not explode - it was snatched by the leader, and watching for Marge habits and manners to fake a farewell message (as if she herself had provoked the accident).

However, the leader did not take into account that Homer will search, more precisely, that she will be searched by Homer - despite all.

This is one of the few really cool ideas this season. This is in response to the "somewhat sexism" of the previous season - everything from the creative staff to the story is as feminine as possible.♀️
Справді крута ідея.
The Days of Future House ("The Days of Future Past" title pun) - 2 parter - 400TH IDEA!!!
Written by Dan Vebber, Stephanie Gillis and Joel Cohen
Directed by Matthew Faughnan and David Silverman
EP: Al Jean and Matt Selman

THAT'S ABOUT THE TIME AND THE HOUSE IN DECEMBER ON ALL-NEW 400TH MILESTONE 2-PART SPECIAL "The Days of Future House"

A story in 100 years: the history(-ies) of several generations in the Simpsons house…

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If you liked The House of Past idea (season *searching myself* 3), you'd like this one more. Well, the former was about the past, while this story is more about the future - whole XXI century.

All starts with the "home video" where the Simpsons with little two kids are happy of buying a new house sometime in 2000s, with service life - 100 years (the number from real buildings). Yep, even this sentence ruins the continuity of I Married Marge and Lisa's First Word, but it would be needed - just for a little. First, the family is dissatisfied with new house, get used to it and else.

And then - the years passing and other stories, happening to the family, are around. Well, don't attached to the Simpsons family we know. As I said different generations - Bart and Lisa's families, kids, and their kids, and their - you got the point - all who lives in house in 100 years and their never outdated problems.

The key feature is absence of conclusions - open ending of any story, and how it ended will (or won't) be able to discover in next "time period". Also the 2 parts, hmmm, wouldn't be connected by some cliffhanger or else. Firstly, again - open ending, and the second two parts just meant 2 episode lengths.

The story is inspired by several series of the same setting of time changing. That thing with endings is taken from one of those show (Ukrainian, by the way) I rewatched recently. It was a cool art technique, but I remember how annoying it was something - you sympathized to characters' fate in cliffhanger and in the start of next episode - "several months later" - as nothing happened and my worrings were useless:D I thought that would turn in great idea for the Simpsons.

THE VERY ENDING ALERT: the house is destroyed, because of "living its whole service life"…

P.S. 400TH idea in "broadcast order" I'll post after the end of season 18.
Brokmaximum Overtime (hardly made reference to Maximum Overdrive)
Written by Someone random freelancer. Let it be… Eric Horsted
Directed by Matthew Nastuk
EP: Al Jean (season 17 style)

KENT BROKMAN IS A SPORTS ANCHOR IN JANUARY ON ALL-NEW "Brokmaximum Overtime"

Brockman replaces the football (soccer, ughh, European football ⚽ with determined time) commentator and he likes it (the same salary, but 1.5 hours only twice a week when games take place, not every day in evening; free dress-code). Later Kent was introduced (by that commentator he replaced, guest star voiced) to the peculiarities of this profession. Meanwhile Homer becomes a model-mannequin, which is used to make a pattern for tailoring clothes for typical [fat😋] Americans.

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"Hardly made reference" meants that the title was come in last minute - not vice versa. This is really the case the title after story, not otherwise 😌
Much Ado about Apu ("much ado about nothing", "Much Apu about Nothing" and "Much Apu about Something" references)
Written by Jeff Westbrook
Directed by Timothy Bailey
EP: Matt Selman

APU RETURNS TO SPRINGFIELD IN ALL-NEW "Much Ado about Apu"

Apu returns to Springfield, but no one is waiting for him here, because he abandoned the town without saying a word…

Comments
Fist of all - this is sorta farewell to Apu, or not. Anyway, it would be his last speaking appearance (of course, now voiced by some Indian actor🧔🏽)

Explanation… huh I realize I'm in stuck with it. Well, Apu doesn't absent from Springfield after season 29 - he just speechless at all. So, why I got in stuck now. Let's say, the events of idea take place after… after these cameo appearances. And the reason could be real - Manjula died (RIP to Jan Hooks) and Apu could no live in the town, in these environment. He moved out for some period and then returned. And around this absence (never seen in the series) there is a conflict between him and the town (Quik-e-Mart was demolished), all the town is angry for a reason he returned (while missed him when he moved out - reference to the critics who want to return/not return Apu to the series :D ). There actually could be 2 finals:
a) a farewell - Apu realized it would be better if he moved out of Springfield forever (even despite the citizens forgave him)
b) a forgiveness - the townies again take him (though, he would still make a cameo appearances in series).
The Rich really Are Different
Written by
Elisabeth Kiernan Averick
Directed by Michael Polcino
EP: Bill O. & Josh W.

NELSON SPENDS TIME WITH THE RICH IN ALL-NEW "The Rich really Are Different"

Nelson does not understand the phrase "the rich really are different" (or "the rich have their quirks" - meant the rich people are evil have own "problems", "worries" and completely differs from the ordinary people) and prefers their luxurious entertainment to the poor.

Comments
Nelson would be guested by rich kids to their environment. Because for the first time this is not because of fear of Nelson, but cause the rich had seen Nelson as "cool and decent guy", the latter is specially happy to this - at last he can normally get rid of his poor life. The story is classical - about rejection of your origin. Add here Lisa and Bart, who would want to take Nelson back from that environment  the rich actually don't respect Nelson  Could be nice.
But just as of the season. No need to list all the episodes you had liked. Also, it would be too big server load.:)

Ok, to business!

Into the Ralphy-Verse ("Spider-Man: Into the Spider-Verse" cartoon title pun)
Written by Brian Kelly
Directed by Jennifer Moeller
EP: Matt Selman and Al Jean

DISCOVER, WHAT RALPH SEES IN ALL-NEW "Into the Ralphy-Verse"

An episode of how Ralph sees the world and responds to it…

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This would be a format-bender - whole Ralph centered episode. And the thing would be in the visual. Remember Ralph's sometime absurd lines, which already becomes quotes? So, [inspired by the start of "Wad Goals" Brian Kelly was credited here] what if Ralph see the world… in other way? Like own little parallel universe with own images of ordinary characters. And these quotes are pretty normal in Ralph's context. About the visual: from time to time (often) the camera would "round" the Ralph and switch the normal world into how Ralph sees it - in a bit different colors with imaginary things/friends etc. Maybe the output would be too kid-ish, but "what if?..".
Also, for some reason, I've also come to brief tragedy: in one scene Clancy and Sarah would sadly discuss: "we're new he's mentally retarded boy, but…" and cut to Ralph's world (who didn't take the parents' worlds at all):cry:
Lisa and Bart Turn in a Teacher's Play ("Marge and Homer Turn a Couple Play" episode title pun)
Written by Broti Gupta
Directed by Bob Anderson
EP: David Mirkin

BART AND LISA CAN'T SHARE A TEACHER IN ALL-NEW "Lisa and Bart Turn in a Teacher's Play"

The new history teacher, mr. Corgan (just gust voiced by James Corden - randomly choose character's surname and guest star with similar sounding surname:lol:) is interesting and entertaining in teaching the subject (what Lisa likes, similar to mr. Bergstrom), but as soon as the bell rings (and lessons are over), he leaves everything and goes riding a skateboard (what Bar likes; recall there are some people who work only "from 9 to 5" and no second more😋)

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"Due to budget cut there are teachers worked for several classes" - that's usual thing, especially for non-elementary years without part of budget cut. As for the conflict, Lisa would insist Corgan is great teacher and he should get rid of "boy, dirty things" to devote the science in full, while Bart things Corgan is cool and could be great skateboarder if left education - sorta "teacher's play":rimshot:

(unoriginal story, I know😌)
The Global De-Neducation (reference to "prepare for re-Neducation" line from THOHV)
Written by Rob LaZebnik and Dan Greeny
Directed by Steven Dean Moore
EP: Al Jean (season 25 style)

NED IS FLING ASIDE BECAUSE OF BLOGGER IN ALL-NEW SEASON PREMIERE "The Global De-Neducation"

During a downpour, Ned takes in house for a night a traveler who turns out to be a blogger (special guest voiced). At dinner, he (or she) is highly complimentary of Ned and his manners. However, the next day, in new video the blogger describes Flanders very badly. As a result, all people (modern people always trust the blogs/vlogs) begin to find faults in Ned, change their minds about him and turn away from him. All except Homer, who had already disliked Flanders and who becomes the only close person…

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Very nice.
The second title was The Last Friend on Earth (The Last Man on Earth pun).
Even Marge would turned away from Ned😮 Actually I thought switch Marge and Homer, because the most obvious you think is unkind to Ned is Homer. So, I decided to go with something more original.
The story reffers to bloggers and their difference between how they're in videos they made and in real life: you can be very polite, but in video you're completely other (and vice versa)

My Smart House ("My Loud house" title pun)
Written by John Frink
Directed by David Silverman
EP: Mike Scully

HOMER FEUDS WITH OWN HOUSE IN OCTOBER ON ALL-NEW "My Smart House"

During the renovation, Homer sets up a "smart house" ("protected from machine rising and data collecting"😁). However, payment must be made (what means"cheap" software). When Homer refuses, the house (guest voiced by Matthew Perry) begins to take revenge (orders unnecessary goods, sells itself with documents, turns on terrible music, etc.)

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The idea is just a funny rehash of my early Frinkhouse of Very-Scary Horror idea. You also could remind House of Wracks from TH12. But a) it would be a modern, realistic version, without too much of chromium - just smart house; b) as said above - it is more comedy - the fight between Homer and House (Matthew Perry points to comedy part:lol:).
The rejected title was Smart Homer System (pun on Smart House)
Very funny rehash😂
Heavy Springfield Day (title reference to season 6 idea "Happy Nice Day")
Written by Jeff Westbrook
Directed by Timothy Bailey
EP: Matt Selman

THE CELEBRATION IS FULL OF ROMANTIC, ILLNESS AND DRINKING IN ALL-NEW "Heavy Springfield Day"

On City Day, Homer and Marge go (walking) on a romantic date around celebrated Springfield with firework ending (concert performances, usual City Day for me, don't know about your town). Meanwhile, Lisa is forced to stay at home with the sick Maggie (H&M had planned tgis day, so Lisa didn't want their parents' plans ruined), and Bart goes celebrating with the boys to taste beer for the first time, although he is unsure if it is a good idea…
What I really like in this ideas - you can turn into winter Christmas atmosphere even in the hottest point of summer❄️❄️❄️Here is an idea I cane up with in Christmas time last year

Santa Close (the spelling for "Sana Claus") - Christmas special
Story by Someone random freelance writer. Let it be Julia Prescott Teleplay by Al Jean and someone random freelance writer. Let it be Daniel Chun
Directed by Rob Oliver
EP: Al Jean (season 30 style)

BEWARE OF THE STRANGER ON CHRISTMAS IN DECEMBER ON ALL-NEW CHRISTMAS-THEMED "Santa Close"

Someone REALLY sneaks in houses at night and gives presents to all the children in town. Adults organize hunt for this "Santa" on Christmas.

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So, rethink the Santa. The stranger fat man in red costume to camouflage😐🎅. And actually he even doesn't exists. Come on! People actually give presents to each other. For the sensitive or little viewers of post say "Santa just has no time for every family"😇 that's how I was explained in the time😅. And when someone REALLY sneaks in the houses the adult can't think it's a Christmas miracle.:lol::uhh:

There were other rejected options for story:
a) anthology how kids and adults remember that young moment, how they were explained Santa Claus doesn't exi… you got the point.😉
b) a miracle trip of one of the kid with Santa around the world on Christmas night. But in this case the story would be too kid-ish and hard to Simpsonized. So I rejected it
Cross Over Law
Written by
Carolyn Omine, Dan Greaney and Megan Amram
Directed by Chris Clements
EP: Al Jean and Matt Selman

MILO MURPHY'S LAW IS CHASING FOR LISA AND MILHOUSE IN ALL-NEW SPECIAL "Cross Over Law"

Lisa and Milhouse (as usual) fail with Murphy's Law. They call Milo Murphy (the famous for his case with the family law) [and his friends] to clarify all (and fix the "heck"). Meanwhile Dakota and Cavendish travel in time, what is noticed by prof. Frink - because of this, his consciousness changes (because all the laws of science are nullified), and Homer and Perry the Platypus must defeat "Dr. Videostolen", who is secretly in love with MML (actually it would be a responder for such kids series) and illegally records videos from it for torrents…
Special guest stars: "Weird Al" Yankovic as Milo Murphy, Sabrina Carpenter as Melissa Chase, Mekai Curtis as Zack Underwood, Dan Povenmire and Jeff "Swampy" Marsh as Dakota and Cavendish, Dee Bradley Baker as Diogee and Perry, Mike Rappaport as Mike Wegman "Dr. Videostolen" (just think he's good comedian what this character needs)

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Cross Over Law - not the criminal story, but actually a crossover - with Milo Murphy's Law show (considering there are also characters from P&H it would be a triple crossover).:lol: Actually after I watched it for the first (and only) time years ago (before NHC) I already then thought it would be great to have a crossover with The Simpsons. And nowadays with again the sounding around other Dan Povenmire's new show I recalled about this thought and put this idea as high as possible (if I had remembered earlier I'd mentioned it in midseason post for sure).
Dakota, Cavendish and prof. Frink plot - first the first two ("time travelers") are going in time to the past just because Frink sees them [in THAT moment] and later that causes bad effects (sorta time loop). Second, initially there was Grampa instead of Frink, but thought making fun of Abe is "tired cliché" and thought about someone more original. That's better choice… or not?
The 3rd story - Homer and Perry - that would be a funny duo.😅 That story was, let's said, based on real life (not me)

In general: I do know crossovers seldom work. And there could be the same faith as Meat is Murder - not feel like The Simpsons episode, just bunch of guest stars.😒 Plus add here an always usually bad-done satire on children show. However… however, both shows are ready for self-satire or experiments, great humor, fun and entertaining - that's components for good episode of any show, including The Simpsons.

P.S. I really love(d) Phineas and Ferb, but MML I just watched it once… and OK
This one would be super… I think.🙂
I Will Always Love You (the line from the song of the same name) - Valentine's Day special
Written by Ryan Coh and Christine Nangle
Directed by David Silverman
EP: Matt Selman and Al Jean

THIS IS A LOVE STORY FOR ETERNITY IN FEBRUARY ON ALL-NEW VALENTINE'S DAY SPECIAL "I Will Always Love You"

On Valentine's Day, Homer promises that he will always love Marge (although Bart doesn't believe it). Soon, they discover that they don't age biologically, thus they will "always" live…

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Excited format-bend love story👩‍❤️‍👨. To show that due to ethernal (literally) conflicts, the real love (of Homer and Marge) never gone.
The story is sorta retcon of my early "Timeless" idea

PJ Bart ("PJ Masks" title pun)
Written by Someone random freelancer. Let it be Adam Lapidus
Directed by Bob Anderson
EP: Matt Selman

BART SLEEPS WELL IN ALL-NEW "PJ Bart"

In his new warm pajamas, Bart discovers that he now always has pleasant "controlled dreams". And because of better sleep at night, he becomes successful during the day as the gallow

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The story is:boring: inspired by myself. Last year with new warm pajama (that were cold times) I had "lucid dreams" several nights in a row. It is interesting phenomenon, actually.
And recently I should expose this story. And I just recalled a fact: if you will follow some conditions (not using gadgets before bad, go to bad in right time etc ) your sleep will be good and you'll get more energy for the next day.🌝
The aim of idea, however, is to show that this energy also can be used for bad things (Bart's pranks)🌚  Bart will face to morality in another his lucid dream 
Wirh a bit of education, but good👍
Correct Incorrect
Written by
Someone random inactive writer. Let it be… Larry Doyle
Directed by Matthew Faughnan
EP: Matt Selman

TYPOS MEAN IN ALL-NEW "Correct Incorrect"

In the Retirement Castle made a typo in the name of the Grampa- Ape Simpson🐵. Other pensioners begin to pinch over it (=joking). When the information accidentally comes to the zoo that there is an "ape" in Catle they come, Grampa thinks that this is another stupid joke and pocketed on them. Because of this, he is sent to a psychiatric hospital… Meanwhile due to the error of autocorrector Bart sends Milhouse wrong word, because of what which the latter wants to break all the connections…

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The main story is actually funny - I didn't want to pinch over Grampa - rather over similarity of "Abe" and "Ape" (though these words spelled in different way). Actually a long ago I really had a typo with my surname in one docuent. Moreover, because of one typo in official documentation my dad did must go to another town to fix it.:ac: So, typos really mean.
Don't know, whether you discovered, but in these post I don't use autocorrector to fix typos - inspiration for B-plot + some another real life story with accidental phone messaging not to where😳

 There will be similarity story in season 20. I told about both plots… 
Stranger, Bear Word to the Ta… ("Stranger, Bear Word to the Spartans We…" novel title pun)
Written by Someone random inactive writer. Let it be Jon Vitti
Directed by Rob Oliver
EP: Matt Selman

WILL MOE BE A MASTER IN POOL IN ALL-NEW "Stranger, Bear Word to the Ta…"?

Moe's Tavern decides to hold a state snooker tournament (more than just pool). At one of the games, Moe (as "known player" - for many he owned a pool table) loses a bet on a bar. However, as long as the tournament is active, the bar is legally his. Moe must try to play one more game, and succeed

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Always wanted to do an idea with that pool table. The output is not bad, I guess.
Oh, regarding title - "ta…" is for taverna
Jinx Club ("Winx Club" animated series title pun)
Written by Carolyn Omine and William Wright
Directed by Steven Dean Moore
EP: Al Jean (season 31 style)

AFTER QUICK SUCCESS HOMER SEEMS TO BE JINXED IN ALL-NEW SEASON FINALE "Jinx Club"

Homer saves Burns' life, and Burns raises him. Homer is so happy about his new job and posts about it on social media (naturally, isn't it?). However, suddenly everything goes worse and worse. With the help of a fortune teller (guest voiced by Whoopi Goldberg), who says that he was "jinxed" and the way out is to find the one who tricked him (wished him "well" = bad, term in English) and convince him/her. However, the post was seen by hundreds of people…

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The story is deep, and based *sigh* on myself. If you're a regular viewer of this thread, you remembered I wrote here I got my first job. And, of course I shared this happiness in social media I've just have a right on it.🙂 And, so, that post was seen by many my friends, relatives, there were congrats comments etc. Then my mother warned I shouldn't do immediately after hiring and must wait for some time. As modern religious person I didn't (and still don't) believe in any jinx, hecks etc. But... for some reason I wasn't liked by my boss(es), who did gently say "I don't see your future here". And that was a strong hurt - I had so long waited for the job, already onboarded to the team, start understand the process, and NO. That time was really hard with crying, plea to every colleague to stay there. Thanks God, then I was transferred to other department, with different people, process etc. and in retrospect I'm really happy for the start to my first team. And since then I'm almost inactive in social media as I used to be except of Simpsons-related sited, of corse (fyi, I didn't use to be like people "posts/photo machine", "likes/likes!!!" - I'm adult👴 - only good photos/thoughts sometimes). I told part of this story a while ago
So (why I'm writing that?), the idea story is based on the first half of it. And the main aim is "be more careful in social media. You don't know for sure, who's on OTHER side of screen'" I've just recalled The Girl Code had similar idea. And jinx are just for comedy part😄 I don't believe in nothing, but God.🙏
Production note: there hadn't been a title for a long, until I remembered about that Winx animated series
You Can't Do That in Polite Society, Homer! (far reference to "You Can't Do That on Television, Peter" episode of Family Guy)
Written by Brian Kelly
Directed by Timothy Bailey
EP: Al Jean and Matt Selman

FAMOUS TV-DETECTIVES TO HELP HOMER IN ALL-NEW SEASON PREMIERE "You Can't Do That in Polite Society, Homer!"

Marge blames Homer and is angry at him, that he did fart at a public dinner (even though no one heard, but her). Homer is sure he isn't guilty and seeks to the detectives to find out what Marge heard. At the same time, in order that Marge wouldn't completely think he is a crazy egoist, everything must go undercover…
Guest stars: David Caruso as Horatio "H" Caine, Emily Procter as Calleigh Duquesne (CSI: Miami); Pauley Perrette as Abby Sciuto (NCIS); Joe Mantegna as David Rossi, Matthew Gray Gubler as Spencer Reid, Kirsten Vangsness as Penelope Garcia (Criminal Minds); Ben Miller as Richard Poole (Death in Paradise) John Reardon as Detective Charlie Hudson (Hudson & Rex); some actor as Columbo

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That's really funny story, parody on all these detective series of different times. I guess you like that or another detective series, and "what about all these detectives with their technologies, with their analytical skills would investigate some kind of stupid criminal - a person suspected in farting he didn't"🤣

First of all, that's dinner is a typical meeting of all the beau monde. Sure Marge is worried they were invited there, so she had "prepared Homer" - saying how to do and don't. Homer wouldn't be very intelligent, but quite polite with trying not to let his wife down. For example he gets nervous with "which spoon must use". However, at some moment, Marge hears some "fart sound" and "respective smell". She can't stand and immediately gets angry at Homer.

And to detectives. They're different. "really cool FBI agents" (who would do an experiment with real Homer farting in order to compare smell essence in laboratory), "a cop with a dog" (and the dog would die smelling how Homer really farts), Columbo (investigating criminal, with absurd little details), "mad/good cops" and others. Collecting them all in one place would be cool crossover, but making them to do with Homer's problem (hiding from Marge) is unreally funny, in my opinion.😂👍

With that, according to genre detectives open that dinner in full. Collect evidence, open other side lines of characters, other "sub-criminals" etc.
Still lol about the premise🤣
Marge Underground
Written by
Jessica Conrad
Directed by Matthew Nastuk
EP: Matt Selman

MARGE ON THE LAM YET AGAIN IN ALL-NEW "Marge Underground"

Because of the croupier-psychologist (yet again!🤣🤣🤣I need to do something with this), Marge cannot stop in time, and loses a large amount to the "underground" (based in basement a la illegal style) official casino. The croupier internally convinces Marge to leave the city and all ties with relatives (because "it is a shame to return with a debt"); moving to another town where no one knows her, work in an underground casino such like as the croupier-psychologist. Meanwhile, the Simpsons family are worried where is Marge, especially Bart, who is afraid that the fate of Homer and his ran mother (Mona) will repeat itself with him…
Guest stars: Gillian Anderson as croupier, Joe Mantegna as Fat Tony, Glen Close as Mona

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The Marge's story is interesting sode of how people with different kind of addiction feel shame for themselves and that there may be other people, who are like "devils on shoulder" say "do more, do more, none needs you"😈. And then a twist: Marge herself must become such croupier…🤔
The family reaction (and Bart's in particular) would be great emotional emission😀

Treehouse of Treehouses - Halloween special
Written by Someone random inactive writer. Let it be Donick Cary
Directed by Mark Kirkland
EP: Al Jean and Matt Selman

BEWARE OF THE FIRST EVER SIMPSONS' HALLOWEEN CLIP-SHOW IN ALL-NEW "Treehouse of Treehouses"

In the style of Googlebox TV-show the Simpsons family rewatches and comment Treehouses of Horror…

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Explanation for those, who doesn't know (taken from Wikipedia): The series documents families who are filmed for their observations and reactions to the previous week's television from their own home.
With all honest WTF!'s with "Marge how we could do this?" (and "background" of popular THOH moments) + in my view cause it's non-canon about non-canon a little of one-scene cartoonish moments (e.g. Bart lengthen Lisa's eyes, as they were in Dial Z for Zombies segment). How the staff still didn't come to THOH clip show idea? It's easy🙃
And my production background: initially it was queue for other non-THOH spooky episode, but I wished to deliver something really special because it's milestone season 20, so I switched places season 20 and 21 "Halloween episodes". Yeah, "first look" on there.:P

Monkey See, Monkey Go (pun on phrase "monkey see, monkey do")
Written by J. Stuart Burns
Directed by Bob Anderson
EP: Al Jean

KRUSTY MUST GET RID OF HIS MONKEY IN ALL-NEW "Monkey See, Monkey Go"

The inspector (Inspector Clarcson-type woman) is unhappy that Mr. Teeny is performing on "Krusty the Klown's Show". She forces Krusty to release the monkey (even despite the wishes of Mr. Teeny himself). However, this is not so easy… Meanwhile after cleaning his nose from the goats , Homer gets a supereye that helps others.

P.S. I think you already understood the logic of matching: if main story is silly/crazy I compare it with such crazy sub-story:P
Can be funny
A Non-Dickens' Christmas Carol (obvious reference to "Christmas Carol" by Charles Dickens) - Christmas special
Written by Jeff Westbrook
Directed by Timothy Bailey
EP: Al Jean and Mike Reiss

BURNS ACCIDENTALLY BECOMES PHILANTHROPIST yet again! IN DECEMBER ON ALL CHRISTMAS SPECIAL "A Non-Dickens' Christmas Carol"

Burns accidentally gives to Christmas charity not 100 dollars (as traditionally), but 10 thousands dollars (all about wrong comma in number - 100.00 and 10000 - never understood why those 2 last zeros, if the number is integer🤷‍♂️). When he sees how happy the children are (for his money), he is filled with compassion, and he wishes to do so always. Meanwhile Homer and his family want to make the best Christmas nativity play (performance).

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The A-plot must be very warm, very holiday and emotional.🥲
The B-plot is something came from national traditions of celebrating the Christmas. The idea came a long ago Christmas several years ago
The Slumdog Bum ("Slumdog Millionaire" movie title pun)
Story by John Frink Teleplay by Someone random inactive writer. Let it be Bill Odenkirk and Loni Steele Sosthand
Directed by Timothy Bailey
EP: David Mirkin

GIL BECOMES BILLIONAIRE IN ALL-NEW "The Slumdog Bum"

In a television report from the capital, Gil is called a bum (a satire that "capital TV" is more prestige than local news:cool:). He is suing for defamation (because he has a home, albeit a poor one). As a result, he becomes a Burns-level billionaire.

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A kinda rehash of Day the violence Dead. Well, throughout series Gill is shown as happy despite all the miseries, but when he is being lied, he can't stand it. The money morale is overall!:D
I'm not sure, but believe it came from real life story of famous person/company suing for defamation/not the full truth.
Interesting.
The Girl We Were ("the way(s/z) we was/were(n't)" reference)
Written by Al Jean
Directed by Bob Anderson
EP: Al Jean

EVERYONE'S IDOL BECAME BAD IN ALL-NEW "The Girl We Were"

In the Springfield learn that Petunia is coming, - a girl, who 11 years ago the whole world (namely, all the town) collected money for her medical operation (when she was 5). However, now she is a problem 16 teenager (very Shauna-typed, if you want), which destroys the once "rainbow" atmosphere of unity…
Guest star: I don't know, Billie Eilish as Petunia.

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The story is from real life. Last year there was a case, when very little boy needed money for medical operation (as soon as possible). In order to earn money there was different flashmobs, mentions, actions etc. That story was very popular locally. Sadly in our life this is not the only case.🥺
Anyway, then I thought: huh, what will happen when he'll grow up? he'll probably be just forgotten? and actually no wonders which kind of person he'll become?🤔
But back to the idea. Let's said: Petunia and her parents moved to the Capital for that operation (Springfield had been able to earn!). And 11 years later when they'd return to their hometown, they would be remembered only to disappoint the citizens.

Production note: initially it was a boy!😛 Yeah, idea had a boy, titled The Boy We Were, because of real life case, but I saw there are too much male-stories this season in one of the next ideas I also changed "he" to "her".
Explanation of title: The Girl We Were = The Girl We Were United for

P.S. I don't know the fate of that boy, but believe it had a happy end:)
Don't Blame on Meow ("Don't Blame on Rio" title pun)
Written by Jessica Conrad
Directed by David Silverman
EP: Al Jean and Mike Reiss

NED FLANDERD HAD A DARK SIDE IN ALL-NEW "Don't Blame on Meow"?

While reminiscing about their first cat, the Simpsons accidentally reveal that Snowball I died because of Ned and his actions (he accidentally overfeeded it). Ned tries in vain to make excuses (he didn't understand he'd make bad), but now the kids bond with Homer (over "stupid Flanders";😄 Marge is still loyal to Ned, as always).

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There really wasn't any Snowball I flashback, what even is strange🤨. But this story should be emotional and funny (because of kids and father's bonding with hate)
The Title (the culture reference I know vaguely from Wikipedia only)
Written by Someone writer(s)
Directed by Someone director
EP (Executive Producer(s)): Someone executive producer(s)

THE HIGHLIGHT TO LOOK LIKE OFFICIAL SYNOPSIS, BUT ACTUALLY SEEMED AS I YELL IN ALL-NEW "That title from the start not in CAPS for some reason and in bold"

The main story involving some characters (my comments in italic, though there will be whole section with them). Meanwhile the weak subplot.
Guest stars: optionally some guest star whose name in bold

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The explanation of the story based on real life/sucking from finger and then extended/rarely something original with obligate use of random emojis 🍗🙄💥There may be production note like The Title had to be titled as The Working/Previous/Second Title.
The best. Idea. Ever!🙃👍
Marge Simpson's April Fools Day - April Fools special, 450TH* IDEA
Written by some random inactive writers. Let it be Tom Gammill and Max Pross
Directed by Chris Clements
EP: Al Jean and Matt Selman

MARGE TO PRANK HOMER IN ALL-NEW APRIL FOOLS' 450TH* MILLESTONE SPECIAL "Marge Simpson's April Fools Day"

*in "broadcasting order"

Marge wants to throw the biggest ever April Fool's prank over Homer involving ALL the connections, but it's not as easy as in the comedies…

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Ha-ha - the biggest joke is making this idea 450th😂. But seriously I did it, because I felt it more special than… than real 450th idea The Mystery Moen - if you read it congratulations you're genius or just have a dark mode) SEPTEMBER FOOLS \(@^0^@)/
Involving ALL the characters can be either very well or just a waste of potential with mash-up.
Also, how is that self-ironical funny start of autumn in previous post?😁 I actually planned it post today, but couldn't keep as I loled writing that.🤣
Ok, maybe with code mode you find something new?…
The Mystery Moen ("The Mysterious Date" game name pun)
Written by Ryan Koh
Directed by Mark Kirkland
EP: Matt G. and James Brooks

MOE TAKES A VISIT FROM MISTERY MAN IN ALL-NEW "The Mystery Moen"

A gallant man comes to lonely Moe in the bar, who wants to change Moe's life and his taverna (but the man didn't name himself). Although everything works out and Moe achieves success, he is willing to give up everything to find out who it is and what his name is?..

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I wanted to write about something intriguing. That man (obviously, guest voiced) acts honestly, without any "end twists". He's gentleman (like Karl from Simpsons and Dalilah, if you want) and refuse to answer a simple question, what his name in a lite and polite way. Desperately Moe would be like ""I…I love you. You did so much for me…"
For some reason choose this one
A Pair of Two
Written by
Christine Nangle, Dan Vebber and Someone random inactive writer. Let it be Richard Appel
Directed by Rob Oliver
EP: Al Jean and Matt Selman

THE TWO OPOSITES TO HAVE A MEETING IN ALL-NEW "A Pair of Two"

A Comic Book Guy and Reverend Lovejoy meet in a café (in a rainy day, one sits to other). They begin to discuss life, although completely opposite. Then each of them tries to convince/be convinced by the other.

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Must to clear: there are just 3 characters in episode - CBG, Reverend Lovejoy and bartender (cameo). The story is a parody on… NEED YOUR HELP, MY READERS❗ I remember (and see one video last year) about 2021 movie with such premise - 2 characters in café discuss the life. The event took place in Germany I guess (and the film should be German). But now I can't find that video and what is the film. Remember it was well-received. Please help.😫 And guest star would be some actor from that movie as bartender

So, back to the story. It would be like clip show, but no. I meant these 2 remembers moments of life and a little part of them are 'real' clips [from the show]. I said there are just 2 characters, but in the flashbacks there are all others (well, not literally all the characters... you got the point) including the Simpsons.

These 2 would discuss a life: family, religion, miserable other people etc. At one point I thought of replace some/both of them with their wives - Helen and Kumiko (who are also as opposites), but… that wouldn't be what I want ¯\_(ツ)_/¯
Boy the Girl
Written by
Jeff Martin (that means a song)
Directed by Steven Dean Moore
EP: Mike Scully

BART ACTS LIKE MOMMY… GIRL ON MOTHER'S DAY IN ALL-NEW "Boy the Girl"

Bart accidentally takes Marge's "women's health medicine" with hormones and acts like an obedient girl (without a dress, though:cricket:). Marge… likes it (but not Lisa). Meanwhile, Homer pits Santa's Little Helper against a formidable bulldog, whose owner (very brutal, guest voiced by respective actor) Homer didn't like.

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I warned: the [main] story is good, but weird. Well, it would show the tender side of Bart again in my ideas. Some smells like Family Guy, honestly. The B-plot is simple and never before done in the show (I know what you thought about, but no - that's another;))
Simple and sully
:) 🎞️ or The Emoji Episode ("The Emoji Movie" title pun)
Written by Carolyn Omine and Someone random inactive writer. Let it be Greg Daniels
Directed by David Silverman
EP: Al Jean and Matt Selman

HOMER BECOMES A MEGAPOPULAR VIRTUAL FRANCHISE ON MAY IN ALL-NEW SEASON FINALE "The Emoji Episode"

Bart uses emoticons and stickers too much (even in offline communication; "barf emoji" My Octopus and a Teacher©). This angers Homer so much that it inspires Bart to create a series of personalized Homer-emojis and stickers (like Angry Dad inspired). The feuds between father and son are quickly forgotten when from a simple emoticons a mega-popular worldwide franchise develops…

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"Just remember, it all started with a mouse emoji" :) The Ceasar episode is some tribute to them and to The Simpsons franchise as well. The world of emoticons/stickers is now so HUGE, involving media, politicians, newsmakers, geeks, merchandising and all the others. There are even unused/unpopular [in my view] things like personalized stickers and emojis, whoever could do with a phone, but none is interested to it [again, IMHO].😋

Phew! So, all those ideas in previous posts are my favourites overall. However, I don't regret about the others at all - they're all good (said like Simpsons staff about Simpsons episodes 🙂), but the chosen are better.

Yet more ideas coming soon…
 

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Eat, Pray, Gill ("Eat, Pray, Love" title pun)
Written by Jeff Westbrook
Directed by Bob Anderson
EP: Selman
(wr. and dir. recently coworked on «Kill Gil, Volumes I & II» (just coincidence of choice:o|), 14 years ago)

DISCOVER MISERY OF GILL'S FAMILY IN ALL-NEW "Eat, Pray, Gill"

When in rainy day, Homer drives home Gill (after his another frailer with home-shopper job), Homer learns, how Gill's [before unseen] family is really unhappy, poor and misery. [I want to show, that Gill really has a family, loves them and works for them. Despite ambiguity of Gill's character, the episode must be nice:)]

Guest star: some actress as Gill's wife, err… let she named Diana


Guess, now, we can say it's Hoover's first name ^^
 

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At last, season 21!

Today You Are Homie the Clown (mix of titles of "Today I Am a clown" and "Homie the Clown") - See below

Patty B - See below

The History of Passed Past ("Days of Future Past" reference) - See below

Scream Dream Tales - See below

Comic Book Bart - See below

Giving Thanks - Thanksgiving reference and Thanksgiving special - See below
 
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Today You Are Homie the Clown (mix of titles of "Today I Am a clown" and "Homie the Clown")
Written by Ryan Koh
Directed by Chris Clements
EP: Al Jean

HOMER FAILED DUE TO BEING A CLOWN IN ALL-NEW SEASON PREMIERE "Today You Are Homie the Clown"

On the Krusty the Klown show, the writers are fired because improv shows are in trend (where all is an "improvisation" actually not🙃). The clown disagrees with this decision and leaves, being replaced by Homie the Clown. However, the viewers (also producers and Homie himself) are disagree with replacement too. Due to poor quality and ratings, the show is eventually shut down (after many years on the air, as it's known) and Homer is now associated with bad taste (because the people always remember the last scapegoat who "ruined all").

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I thought the story would be interesting in the way of consequences for Homer, but not😑. The idea sounds like a big mash-up/rehash of many episodes. (it's my opinion, maybe actually it sounds good for others)

*Sigh* Welcome to season 21!😅
 

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Patty B
Written by
Cezar Mezariegos
Directed by Bob Anderson
EP: Al Jean (season 17 style)

PATTY TO STOP BEING LESBIAN IN ALL-NEW "Patty B"

After another failure with a girl, Patty thinks she needs to go back to men or become asexual, what (the former, in particular) Selma doesn't want, because all men are losers/suckers, actually (Selma DOES KNOW what tells;)).

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Simple Patty and Selma story. You can ask "how the Simpsons are here?" - I guess, Selma could use Homer as bad example of the men, to reinforce her point.👌

"And what the 'B' in title?" Well, that's actually reference to my former nickname "bisexuality" term as one of possible varian Patty would think about. The title is last-time, if anything.
 

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@Bohdan, obviously for me it's not, because even if Hoover can be sometimes seen as a eyebore, she is definitely more interesting as Gil.
Ps : Will send you some ideas i had when i read your season 21 but which obviously wont be the real you have ^^
 

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The History of Passed Past ("Days of Future Past" reference)
Written by Broti Gupta
Directed by Matthew Nastuk
EP: David Mirkin

THE MYSTERY HISTORY TALES IN OCTOBER ON ALL-NEW "The History of Passed Past"

An anthology about the mysterious in history:
  • Backstory of murdering the Abraham Lincoln (Grampa);
  • Who killed J.K.? (John Kennedy - Krusty);
  • Adolf Hitler (Homer) after WW2 (a version, where he stood alive)

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Unlike other anthologies this one would have some more dark spirit (thus it's scheduled around Halloween). Interesting…🤔
 

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Scream Dream Tales
Written by
Some random inactive writer. Let it be… John Swartzwelder; Dan Greaney and Tim Long.
Directed by Jennifer Moeller
EP: Al Jean (season 21 style)

TERRIFYING STORIES YOU WOULD BE ABLE TO SLEEP IN OCTOBER ON ALL-NEW "Scream Dream Tales"

During stormy evening Homer tells to kids (to "put them to bed") the scary stories (no THOH-ish)
  • On the Near East, a king (Homer) holds 1,000 and 1 girls captive and for decades, cannot deciding which is the best. (the humor is that king is really lazy/unsure to make a choice, so in the start the girls are young, and the king looks like Homer, but through times the girls aren't the girls, but women and the king is like Grampa:lol:)
  • Maggie starts talking, and it's too much… (she's like adult chatterbox, voiced by Nancy Cartwright)
  • XVI century. The Simpsons family - Native Americans, who're traveling to Springfield, "one of the earliest American towns" (and if you think this travel isn't scary you're WRONG, as well as Homer to who Lisa tells this story)

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If you really want, you can name the wraparound as continuity of the start of "How Munched Is That Birdie in the Window?", and the 1st segment - of Moe Goes from Rags to Riches story with Nelson😒
Initially the idea was going to appear in season 20, but cause that was a "millestone" special season I switch it with "Treehouse of Treehouses" (clip show one). Thus, in season 21 there are 2 back-to-back ideas for "around Halloween non-THOH" ideas.☺️
 

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Comic Book Bart
Written
by Michael Price
Directed by Matthew Schofield
EP: Matt Selman

BART TO MAKE MANGA COMICS IN ALL-NEW "Comic Book Bart"

Bart publishes his own comics. The distributor (not Comic Book Guy, guest voiced) says Bart he has to enter the Eastern market - to make the books as anime mangas. Meanwhile Comic Book Guy is the leaving comic book business (because of competition Bart causes) to work by profession as a chemist (he has a diploma according to "Married to the Blob")
 

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Giving Thanks - Thanksgiving reference
Story by Megan Amram Teleplay by Jeff Westbrook and Nick Dahan
Directed by Matthew Faughnan
EP: Al Jean and Mike Reiss

WILLIE SHOUTS FOR FORGIVING AND HOMER VOULTEERS IN NOVEMBER ON ALL-NEW THANKSGIVING SPECIAL "Giving Thanks"

On a rainy Thanksgiving day Willie confesses that he has nothing to be thankful for. However, after a mystical incident, he rethinks everything and asks for forgiveness… Homer does charity work (for some… impulsive reason) and learns the bad (thankless) aspects of being a holiday volunteer.

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Both stories are great, I'm you you, my readers, would love them in reality.:colon3:
Must note about subplot. It came just recently thanks to @Marioburgercream's speculation about my ideas (in private conversation)☺️. I had searched for sub plot and found it! I took his premise and redo a bit.
 

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@Bohdan,
Hello,
To be honest, your season 21 starts great.

Patty B sounds interesting. Nowadays, more "sexualities" are opened it's not like when we were kids, with homosexuality being taboo or others specificities do not exist.

Story of Passed Past is interesting, admit i did not think about a plot like this.

The Scary Tale episode was good, for the two first ones story, i imagine Dr Nussbaum making a cameo in the second.

Comic Book Bart and Giving Thanks were awesome. I personnally think Willie has right to complain, due to poor status he has.

I'm glad i helped you i will continue to suggest my theories in private :)
 

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I'm glad i helped you i will continue to suggest my theories in private :)
Haw!:lol: I will rather try myself.

But to every viewer, if you're having any questions or speculation or hate comments about my past/future ideas, welcome to private conversation :)
 
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