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Encyclopedia > The Simpsons (season 19)
The Simpsons Season 19
Show The Simpsons
Country of origin USA
Network Fox
Original run September 23, 2007May 18, 2008
No. of episodes 20
Previous season 18
Next season 20

The Simpsons' 19th season (2007 - 2008) began airing on Fox on September 23, 2007.[1] It is the first season after The Simpsons Movie and contains seven hold-over episodes from the Season 18 (JABF) production line. Al Jean serves as the Executive producer, a position he has held ever since the thirteenth season. Army Archerd reported that due to the 100-day Writers Guild of America strike only 22 episodes would be produced, instead of the planned 23, which is much closer to the length of a regular season than most live-action programs that were affected by the strike.[2] Entertainment Weekly also reported that there are only 6 episodes remaining that are ready, which would make the season consist of a total of 22 episodes.[3] On April 15, however, it was revealed only twenty episodes would air, meaning the remaining two would air in the twentieth season.[4] Image File history File links This is a lossless scalable vector image. ... FOX redirects here. ... is the 266th day of the year (267th in leap years) in the Gregorian calendar. ... The year 2007 in television involves some significant events. ... is the 138th day of the year (139th in leap years) in the Gregorian calendar. ... 2008 (MMVIII) is the current year, a leap year that started on Tuesday of the Anno Domini (or common era), in accordance to the Gregorian calendar. ... The Simpsons 18th season (2006 - 2007) began on Fox on September 10, 2006[1] and ended on May 20, 2007. ... Simpsons redirects here. ... FOX redirects here. ... is the 266th day of the year (267th in leap years) in the Gregorian calendar. ... Year 2007 (MMVII) was a common year starting on Monday of the Gregorian calendar in the 21st century. ... The Simpsons Movie is a 2007 animated comedy film based on the animated television series The Simpsons, directed by David Silverman, and scheduled to be released worldwide by July 27, 2007. ... The Simpsons 18th season (2006 - 2007) began on Fox on September 10, 2006[1] and ended on May 20, 2007. ... Al Jean is a TV comedy writer most known for his work on The Simpsons. ... 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. ... Striking writers and supporters raise signs at a WGAW rally in Los Angeles Writer-actor Jeff Garlin of Curb Your Enthusiasm (foreground, right) and others at a WGAW rally outside the Fox Studios in Los Angeles The 2007 Writers Guild of America strike is a strike by the Writers Guild... Entertainment Weekly (sometimes abbreviated EW) is a magazine published by Time Inc. ... is the 105th day of the year (106th in leap years) in the Gregorian calendar. ...


The nineteenth season features the returns of several characters from previous seasons. Kelsey Grammer made his tenth appearance as Sideshow Bob and David Hyde Pierce made his second as Bob's brother Cecil Terwilliger in "Funeral for a Fiend".[5] Beverly D'Angelo made her second appearance as Lurleen Lumpkin, who first appeared in season three's "Colonel Homer".[6] Glenn Close will return as Grandma Mona Simpson for the third time[7][8] and Dr. Nick Riviera, who had presumably died under a shard of glass in The Simpsons Movie, is to return "à la Marvin Monroe".[9] The season also features the tenth non-Halloween trilogy episode.[10][11] Allen Kelsey Grammer (born February 21, 1955 in Saint Thomas, U.S. Virgin Islands) is a six-time Emmy and a two-time Golden Globe-winning American actor who is best known for his two-decade portrayal of psychiatrist Dr. Frasier Crane, whom he played for nine years on Cheers... Robert Underdunk Terwilliger, better known by his stage name Sideshow Bob, is a recurring character in the animated television series The Simpsons. ... David Hyde Pierce (born April 3, 1959) is a Screen Actors Guild, Tony and Emmy Award-winning American actor, best known for his co-starring role as psychiatrist Dr. Niles Crane on the NBC sitcom Frasier alongside Kelsey Grammer. ... This following is a list, by episode, of one-time fictional characters from the American animated television comedy series The Simpsons. ... Funeral for a Fiend is the eighth episode of The Simpsons nineteenth season and first aired on November 25, 2007. ... Beverly DAngelo (born November 15, 1951 in Columbus, Ohio) is an American singer and actress, perhaps best known for her role as Ellen Griswold in the National Lampoons Vacation movies series. ... The Simpsons Season 3 DVD. The Simpsons 3rd season (September 1991 – May 1992) began on September 19, 1991. ... Colonel Homer is the 20th episode of The Simpsons third season. ... Glenn Close (born March 19, 1947) is an American film and stage actress and singer, perhaps best known for her role as a deranged stalker in Fatal Attraction (1987). ... This article is about a character from The Simpsons. ... Dr. Nick Riviera (voiced by Hank Azaria) is a character in the long-running animated TV show The Simpsons. ... The Simpsons Movie is a 2007 animated comedy film based on the animated television series The Simpsons, directed by David Silverman, and scheduled to be released worldwide by July 27, 2007. ... Dr. Marvin Monroe was a recurring character on the animated television series The Simpsons. ...


Matt Groening described this season as "just about our most ambitious yet".[12] The season's "Homer of Seville" was nominated for a Writers Guild of America Award, but lost to season eighteen's "Kill Gil: Vols. 1 & 2".[13] Matthew Abram Groening is an American cartoonist (Life in Hell) and the Emmy Award-winning creator of the animated series, The Simpsons and Futurama. ... Annual awards given out by the Writers Guild of America for outstanding achievements in film, TV, or radio writing. ...


List of episodes

# Original title (top)
Alternative title (bottom)
Directed by Written by Original airdate Prod. code
401 - 1 "He Loves to Fly and He D'ohs"  Mark Kirkland Joel H. Cohen September 23, 2007 JABF20
After Homer saves Mr. Burns from drowning, Mr. Burns rewards him with a dinner and a flight on his corporate jet. Enjoying the luxury and special features, Homer loves Mr. Burns's corporate jet so much he vows to never fly the regular way again, which prompts a pitying Marge to hire a personal life coach named Colby Kraus to help Homer achieve his dream of flying. However, when Homer is unable to get the job, he feigns going to work so his family would be proud of him.
Guest stars: Stephen Colbert and Lionel Richie.[14] 
402 - 2 "Homer of Seville"  Michael Polcino Carolyn Omine September 30, 2007 JABF18
After a freak accident, Homer lands in the hospital where Doctor Hibbert informs him he developed an ability to sing in an operatic voice, only when he's lying on his back. Mr. Burns immediatley hires Homer to sing the leading role in his production of La bohème. Homer soon becomes an enormous celebrity, and after running away from a throng of crazed fans, Homer is saved by Julia, an obsessive and dangerous stalker who Homer is blackmailed to hire as his manager.
Guest stars: Maya Rudolph and Plácido Domingo.[15] 
403 - 3 "Midnight Towboy"  Matthew Nastuk Stephanie Gillis October 7, 2007 JABF21
After touring neighboring town Guidopolis, Homer ends up having his car towed by a tow truck driver named Louie, who introduces Homer to the joy of towing cars for a living. However, after going "tow crazy", the residents of Springfield plot a revenge. Meanwhile, Marge begins to feel Maggie is getting too clingy and hires a counselor. The method works too well, leaving Maggie with no need for Marge at all, causing a depressed Marge to bond with a sack of potatoes.
Guest star: Matt Dillon.[16] 
404 - 4 "I Don't Wanna Know Why the Caged Bird Sings"  Bob Anderson Dana Gould October 14, 2007 JABF19
While waiting in line at the bank, Marge befriends a man named Dwight, who later holds up the bank. Marge manages to convinces him to turn himself in, with the promise that she would visit him in prison if he does. Despite his turning himself in, Homer convinces Marge that Dwight will not expect her, so Marge, too frightened to go to prison, does not fulfill her promise and Dwight breaks out looking for her. After stalking her in various places, Dwight kidnaps Marge.
Guest stars: Steve Buscemi, Ted Nugent and Julia Louis-Dreyfus.[17] 
405 - 5 "Treehouse of Horror XVIII"  Chuck Sheetz Marc Wilmore November 4, 2007 JABF16
The nineteenth season's annual trio of Halloween stories:
"E.T. Go Home" - Bart and Lisa find Kodos (who is hiding from the government) and help him obtain devices to contact his home planet, but Kodos' intentions are proven to be murderous.
"Mr. and Mrs. Simpson" - Homer secretly lives a double life as a secret agent, and is assigned to kill Kent Brockman but also discovers Marge is also an agent with the same mission.
"Heck House" - While trick-or-treating, Bart, Lisa and some other kids pull pranks and going too far, Ned Flanders turns the church into a Hell house, also gaining devilish powers.
Guest star: Maurice LaMarche.[18] 
406 - 6 "Little Orphan Millie"  Lance Kramer Mick Kelly November 11, 2007 JABF22
After remarrying, Kirk and Luann go on a honeymoon cruise; however, the boat tips, causing the two to topple into the sea and are later presumed dead. As such, Milhouse decides to act like a real man. As a result, his new attitude makes him more popular than ever, prompting to Bart decide to find a way to regain his popularity. Meanwhile, Homer finds himself in trouble when he can't remember the color of Marge's eyes, who vows never to show him her eyes until he remembers.[19] 
407 - 7 "Husbands and Knives"  Nancy Kruse Matt Selman November 18, 2007 JABF17
When a new comic book store, "Coolsville Comics & Toys" owned by a friendlier owner named Milo opens up directly across the street from Comic Book Guy's store, Comic Book Guy competes for his customers. When he finally gives up, he sells the Android's Dungeon to Marge, who opens up her own women-only workout center called Shapes. Marge becomes rich and famous, which promps a self-conscious Homer to get stomach staples. Still feeling useless, he goes to get plastic surgery.
Guest stars: Alan Moore, Art Spiegelman, Dan Clowes, Jack Black and Maurice LaMarche.[20] 
408 - 8 "Funeral for a Fiend"  Rob Oliver Michael Price November 25, 2007 KABF01
The Simpson family agrees to go to a rib restaurant advertisement, and after arriving, they discover Sideshow Bob attempts to murder the entire family. When Bob is captured by the police, he is put on trial, where Bart throws away his vial of medicine, inadvertantly killing him. Bob's brother Cecil invites Bart to pay his last respects to Sideshow Bob. Although Bart doesn't know it, it turns out to be an elaborate plot devised by Bob's entire family to murder Bart instead.
Guest stars: Kelsey Grammer, David Hyde Pierce, John Mahoney and Keith Olbermann.[21] 
409 - 9 "Eternal Moonshine of the Simpson Mind"  Chuck Sheetz J. Stewart Burns December 16, 2007 KABF02
Homer wakes up in the snow with no memory from the night before, and Moe informs him he drank a "Forget-Me-Shot", a drink powerful enough to rid the previous 24 hours from a user's mind. With his family missing, Chief Wiggum and Ned Flanders tell him of a domestic disturbance from the night before, prompting Homer to worry he may have done something awful and tries to regain his memories with help from Professor Frink. After gaining portions of his memory, Homer believes Marge cheated on him.[22] 
410 - 10 "E Pluribus Wiggum"  Michael Polcino Michael Price January 6, 2008 KABF03
Homer burns down Springfield's fast-food restaurants. In order to rebuild them, Mayor Quimby moves up election day, making Springfield's primary election the first in the nation. The candidates in the election are not compelling and voters instead write in "Ralph Wiggum" on the ballot and he wins. As a result, both candidates embrace Ralph, even though it is not known which party he is running for.[23]
Guest stars: Jon Stewart and Dan Rather
411 - 11 "That 90's Show"  Mark Kirkland Matt Selman January 27, 2008 KABF04
After discovering Marge's diploma, Homer recounts the story of how he gave up his dreams of being a musician so Marge could attend Springfield University. However, after she became attracted to one of her professors Homer started focusing his emotions into music and formed the first grunge band called Sadgasm. But after Homer's band breaks up, Marge must decide between a glum and miserable Homer and or her pretentious professor.[24]
Guest stars: Kurt Loder and "Weird Al" Yankovic
412 - 12 "Love, Springfieldian Style"  Raymond S. Persi Don Payne February 17, 2008 KABF05
On Valentine's Day, the Simpson family gets stuck in a tunnel; to pass off time, Homer to begins to tell a romantic tale about Bonnie and Clyde, Marge tells her take on Lady and the Tramp, and Bart tells a tale about Sid and Nancy, where Nelson Muntz is Sid Vicious, Lisa is Nancy Spungen and Bart is Johnny Rotten from the Sex Pistols.[25] 
413 - 13 "The Debarted"  Matthew Nastuk Joel H. Cohen March 2, 2008 KABF06
A new kid named Donny comes to Springfield Elementary School and Bart thinks he's found the ultimate partner for pranks. However, these pranks backfire and Bart begins to suspect that there is a rat amongst his group of friends. Meanwhile, Marge wrecks the family car and Homer gets a new loaner vehicle, to which he becomes attached.
Guest stars: Topher Grace, Terry Gross and Marcia Wallace.[26] 
414 - 14 "Dial 'N' for Nerder"  Bob Anderson Carolyn Omine & William Wright March 9, 2008 KABF07
Homer goes on a diet, but cheats on it, and Marge hires a TV show to keep track of his diet and make sure he is being honest. Meanwhile, Bart and Lisa play a prank on Martin Prince which backfires, subsequently leading them to believe that they have killed him.[27] 
415 - 15 "Smoke on the Daughter"  Lance Kramer Billy Kimball March 30, 2008 KABF08
Lisa becomes a ballerina at an academy and discovers that her natural talent is enhanced by second hand cigarette smoke from the other dancers. Meanwhile, Homer reveals that he has secretly been making beef jerky and is dismayed when a family of raccoons steals it.[28] 
416 - 16 "Papa Don't Leech"  Chris Clements Reid Harrison April 13, 2008 KABF09
Lisa discovers that the town of Springfield hasn't collected millions of dollars worth of taxes. As a result, the town starts collecting from most of the evaders and the only remaining debtor is Lurleen Lumpkin. As the police try to find her, Lurleen stays with the Simpson family. Lurleen is reunited with her father, however, he sells her song to the Dixie Chicks.[6]
Guest stars: Beverly D'Angelo and The Dixie Chicks.[29] 
417 - 17 "Apocalypse Cow"  Nancy Kruse Jeff Westbrook April 27, 2008 KABF10
When Bart and Lisa save a cow, Lou, from going to the slaughterhouse, they give it to Mary, a farm girl. Her father mistakenly believes it as a token of marriage, prompting Homer and Marge to break the two up.[30]
Guest star: Zooey Deschanel
418 - 18 "Any Given Sundance"  Chuck Sheetz Daniel Chun May 4, 2008 KABF11
When Lisa creates a hit documentary about her family for a school project and enters it into the Sundance Film Festival, Homer, Bart and Marge become embarassed by the candid behind-the-scenes look at their lives.[31]
Guest star: Jim Jarmusch and John C. Reilly.[11] 
Upcoming episodes
419 - 19 "Mona Leaves-a"  May 11, 2008 KABF12
Mona Simpson returns, and says her days of activism are over.[7] But when she unexpectedly passes away, Homer feels guilty for not expressing his love for her before her death. He decides to fulfil her wishes by scattering her ashes over Lake Wastershare at Springfield Monument Park.[32]
Guest stars: Glenn Close, Lance Armstrong
420 - 20 "All About Lisa"  John Frink[33] May 18, 2008 KABF13
Lisa becomes Krusty the Clown's new assistant and steals his spotlight. She soon gets her own show and wins Entertainer of the Year at the Springfield Media Awards, but realizes that she may not be cut out for showbusiness after all. Meanwhile, Bart and Homer start coin-collecting.
Guest star: Drew Carey.[4] 

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Hi, My name is Kelly you fuckers, I really hate this show its a bad influince on kids, You need to take it off air or give the show and market to me. ... // Bart Simpsons Guide to Life The Simpsons Xmas Book (a book version of Simpsons Roasting on an Open Fire) The Simpsons Guide to Springfield The Simpsons Uncensored Family Album The Simpsons Songbook Cartooning With The Simpsons Complete Guides The Simpsons: A Complete Guide to Our Favorite Family (TU shorts... Homer Simpson grunting the famous quote Doh! is a catch phrase first used in the U.S. in the 1960s and spelled duh, but made globally popular by the fictional character Homer Simpson, from the long-running animated series The Simpsons (1989–present). ... This is a list of jobs held by the fictional character Homer Simpson from the animated television series The Simpsons. ... The World of Springfield is a series of action figures, which ran between December 1999 to December 2004 and was released by Playmates Toys. ... Duff Beer (with Homer Simpson) Duff Beer is a fictional brand of beer in the animated series The Simpsons. ... The Simpsons Ride is an upcoming simulator ride featured at the Universal Studios Florida and Universal Studios Hollywood theme parks. ...

 
 

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