Season seven of The Simpsons aired during the 1995 - 1996 TV season.
Who Shot Mr. Burns? - Part Two
After Mr. Burns is shot, Chief Wiggum follows a trail of DNA that leads to the Simpson's front door step. Homer is charged, but he escapes before he can be jailed. Lisa and Bart must find a way to prove Homer is innocent.
Bart is bitter when he loses the role of Fallout Boy to Milhouse for the new Radioactive Man movie. But soon Milhouse is cracking under the pressure and Bart must help his friend.
Bart Sells His Soul
Bart's faith is tested when he sells his soul for five dollars. Also, Moe tries to bring in more customers by turning his bar into Uncle Moe's Family Feedbag.
"This is one of the all time greats. In this one Bart sells his soul to Milhouse for $5 since he doesn't believe in souls. Then all these weird things start to happen to Bart, which leads him on a frantic chase to find his soul. A very funny, yet sentimental episode, and definitely one of the classics." Mr. Vane, Fan Review
Home Sweet Home-Diddily-Dum-Doodily
Bart, Lisa and Maggie are placed in the care of the Flanders family when Homer and Marge are found to be unfit parents. Now, Homer and Marge must prove to the authorities that they are good parents.
Lisa the Vegetarian
A trip to a local petting zoo leads to confrontations at the dinner table when Lisa decides to become a vegetarian.
Treehouse of Horror VI
In "Attack of the 50 ft Eyesores," giant billboard characters come to life during a bizarre storm. In "Nightmare On Evergreen Terrace," Groundskeeper Willie dies in a firy death, but vows revenge on the school children, and begins killing them in their dreams. In "Homer 3," Homer discovers a third dimension when he tries to hide from Patty and Selma.
A strong desire to work at home prompts Homer to gain a lot of weight so he can claim work disability. (Read a detailed guide for "King-Size Homer".)
Through a misunderstanding, Homer discovers his mother is very much alive, but with a very shady past.
Sideshow Bob's Last Gleaming
Sideshow Bob slips away from prison detail, steals an atomic bomb and threatens to detonate it unless the town of Springfield gives up television.
The Simpsons 138th Episode Spectacular!
Troy McClure hosts a half-hour show looking back at "The Simpsons" eight year history.
Marge Be Not Proud
Bart manages to keep a failed "four-fingered discount" trip a secret from Homer and Marge. But unfortunately, Marge discovers his crime when the Simpsons return to the store to have the family Christmas photo taken. (Read a detailed guide of "Marge Be Not Proud.")
Thanks to Mr. Burns' ether-induced state, Homer gets the money he needs to start a bowling team. However, Burns' head clears and he wants in.
Two Bad Neighbors
George and Barbara Bush move into the home across from the Simpsons. Homer's jealousy of his new neighbors turns to rage when the former President gives Bart a spanking.
Scenes from the Class Struggle in Springfield
The Simpson family mingles with social highbrows when a chance encounter between Marge and an old classmate yields an invitation to the Springfield Country Club.
Bart the Fink
When Bart accidentally finks on him to the IRS, Krusty the Klown decides to go for that last plane ride.
Lisa the Iconoclast
While digging into Jebediah Springfield's past, Lisa discovers that the town founder isn't the hero as everyone thinks he was. The historical society's curator tries to hush up the scandal.
Homer the Smithers
Smithers takes a much needed vacation. To make sure Mr. Burns doesn't replace him with a better employee, he hires Homer as his temporary replacement.
A Fish Called Selma
Troy McClure's sagging film career is given a boost when he is seen in public with Selma. To stay in the public eye, Troy must do more than merely date her.
The Day the Violence Died
With the help of Lionel Hutz, Bart unwittingly bankrupts the studio that produces Itchy & Scratchy when they successfully prove the idea for Itchy was stolen some years ago.
Bart on the Road
With fake IDs in hand, have Bart, Nelson, Martin and Milhouse hit the wide open road. Meanwhile, Lisa spends some quality time with Homer at the power plant.
22 Short Films About Springfield
A dull, lazy afternoon prompts Bart and Milhouse to wonder if anything interesting ever happens in Springfield. Through a "Pulp Fiction" style of storytelling, we see various perspectives of Springfield.
The Curse of the Flying Hellfish
Mr. Burns and Grampa are the last surviving members of a group of World War II veterans who swore the last one alive would inherit confiscated treasure. Mr. Burns is determined that he'll be the one who collects the prize.
Much Apu About Nothing
Anti-immigration fever hits Springfield and Homer catches the fever until he discovers his favorite food vendor, Apu, is an illegal immigrant. Joe Mantegna guest star.
Homer earns himself a place in Lollapalooza, as part of the travelling freak show. His talent? Catching cannon balls with his belly.
Summer of 4 Ft. 2
In the hopes of making friends on the latest family vacation trip, Lisa packs an empty suitcase, determined to leave her "nerdy" self behind.
"This was a great episode for many reasons. I liked the whole story with Lisa finally making friends, and Bart gets jealous and ruins it for her. But at the end he comes through anyway. This is a cool episode, and one of my favorites." - Mike Awesome