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Encyclopedia > The Simpsons (season 13)

The Simpsons' 13th season (November 2001 - May 2002) began on Tuesday, November 6, 2001 with Treehouse of Horror XII. The season contains five hold-over episodes from the season 12 (CABF) production line. This was also the last season to use traditional cell animation. Simpsons redirects here. ... is the 310th day of the year (311th in leap years) in the Gregorian calendar. ... This is a list of television-related events in 2001. ... Treehouse of Horror XII is the first episode of The Simpsons thirteenth season, as well as the twelfth Halloween episode. ... Traditional animation, sometimes also called cel animation or hand-drawn animation, is the oldest and historically the most popular form of animation. ...




List of episodes

22 episodes

  • Al Jean returns as show runner, only this time it is without Mike Reiss, and remains show runner to this day.
# Airdate Prod. Code Title
270 - 1301 November 6 CABF19 Treehouse of Horror XII
Hex and the City – Homer is put under a gypsy's curse that kills his friends and turns his family into monsters.

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271 - 1302 November 11 CABF22 The Parent Rap
When Bart and Milhouse accidentally take a joyride in Chief Wiggum's squad car, a new judge named Judge Harm blames Homer for being irresponsible and sentences Homer and Bart to be tethered together.
272 - 1303 November 18 CABF20 Homer the Moe
A depressed Moe decides to return to bartending school to re-evaluate himself and turns his bar into a trendy nightclub, which doesn't sit well with his regular customers (Homer, Lenny, Carl, and Barney).
273 - 1304 December 2 CABF18 A Hunka Hunka Burns in Love
When Homer goes into the Fortune Cookie business, Mr. Burns receives a fortune cookie saying he will fall in love and does with a meter maid named Gloria.
274 - 1305 December 9 CABF21 The Blunder Years
A hypnotist causes Homer to recall a childhood trauma where he saw a dead body in a pipe.
275 - 1306 December 16 DABF02 She of Little Faith
After Homer and Bart's rocket damages the church, Mr. Burns makes a deal to commercialize the church in return for paying for the damages, which leads Lisa to convert to Buddhism out of disgust.
276 - 1307 January 6 DABF01 Brawl in the Family
A social worker is assigned to make the Simpson family functional after they get arrested for fighting over a board game. Meanwhile, the hookers from "Viva Ned Flanders" return to see Flanders and Homer.
277 - 1308 January 20 DABF03 Sweets and Sour Marge
Springfield is officially declared the World's Fattest Town, Marge out of disgust tries to ban sugar products to help deal with the town's weight problem.
278 - 1309 January 27 DABF05 Jaws Wired Shut
Homer injures his jaw in an accident and has it wired shut, which makes him a better listener and a more compassionate person.
279 - 1310 February 10 DABF04 Half-Decent Proposal
When Marge can not get any sleep from Homer's snoring, she reluctantly agrees to Artie Ziff's proposal of having her for the weekend in return for one million dollars to have Homer's snoring corrected.
280 - 1311 February 17 DABF06 The Bart Wants What It Wants
Bart befriends Rainer Wolfcastle's daughter, but blows off her affections for him. Meanwhile, Principal Skinner gets heckled at a comedy club.
281 - 1312 February 24 DABF07 The Lastest Gun in the West
Bart befriends a former Western film star, who turns out to be an alcoholic.
282 - 1313 March 10 DABF09 The Old Man and the Key
Grampa gets his driver's license back to impress a woman at the retirement home, despite the fact she is only using him for his car.
283 - 1314 March 17 DABF08 Tales from the Public Domain
Homer reads a children's storybook that he never took back to the library, which features such stories as:
284 - 1315 March 31 DABF10 Blame It on Lisa
The Simpsons go to Rio de Janeiro to search for an orphan boy Lisa was sponsoring.
285 - 1316 April 7 DABF11 Weekend at Burnsie's
Homer takes up medicinal marijuana after getting pecked in the eyes by crows.
286 - 1317 April 21 DABF12 Gump Roast
In this clip show episode, Homer is honored at a Friar's Club Roast which is interrupted by Kang and Kodos.
287 - 1318 April 28 DABF13 I Am Furious Yellow
Bart starts a comic book called Angry Dad, which is modeled on Homer's anger problem.
288 - 1319 May 5 DABF14 The Sweetest Apu
Homer and Marge discover that Apu is having an affair with the Squishee Lady.
289 - 1320 May 12 DABF15 Little Girl in the Big Ten
Lisa poses as a college student. Bart is placed in a plastic bubble after getting a contagious disease from being bitten by a Chinese Mosquito.
290 - 1321 May 19 DABF16 The Frying Game
Homer and Marge are accused of murder after the old woman they are caring for dies.
291 - 1322 May 22 DABF17 Papa's Got a Brand New Badge
Homer starts a security company with Lenny and Carl after the police are ineffective during a blackout, and eventually Mayor Quimby decides to have them replace the police.

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References

  • Season 13 at The Simpsons.com

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