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Encyclopedia > The Simpsons (season 5)
The Simpsons Season 5 DVD Digipak.

The Simpsons fifth season originally aired between September 1993 and May 1994, beginning on September 30, 1993 with Homer's Barbershop Quartet. The season contained two hold-over episodes from Season 4's (9F) production line. The fifth season also contains the 100th episode of the series. Image File history File links Download high resolution version (700x889, 558 KB) Summary The Simpsons - The Complete Fifth Season DVD cover art. ... Image File history File links Download high resolution version (700x889, 558 KB) Summary The Simpsons - The Complete Fifth Season DVD cover art. ... Simpsons redirects here. ... Year 1993 (MCMXCIII) was a common year starting on Friday (link will display full 1993 Gregorian calendar). ... Year 1994 (MCMXCIV) The year 1994 was designated as the International Year of the Family and the International Year of the Sport and the Olympic Ideal by the United Nations. ... is the 273rd day of the year (274th in leap years) in the Gregorian calendar. ... The year 1993 in television involved some significant events. ... Homers Barbershop Quartet is the first episode of The Simpsons fifth season. ...


The DVD box set was released in Region 1 on December 21, 2004, Region 2 on March 21, 2005, and Region 4 on March 23, 2005. This was the last season to be released in the original box design
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List of episodes

22 episodes

# Original Airdate Prod. Code Title
82 - 501 September 30 9F21 Homer's Barbershop Quartet
At a town swap meet, Bart and Lisa find a Beatles-esque album cover featuring Homer. On their way home, Homer tells the story of how he, Apu, Principal Skinner, and Chief Wiggum (later replaced by Barney Gumble) became music stars.
83 - 502 October 7 9F22 Cape Feare
In a spoof of the 1991 film Cape Fear, Bart is targeted for murder by Sideshow Bob, who is out on parole. The family is placed under witness protection and moved to a new neighborhood.
84 - 503 October 14 1F02 Homer Goes to College
After failing a test at the nuclear plant, Homer is sent back to college, where he gets his nerdy roommates in trouble for stealing another college's mascot.
85 - 504 October 21 1F01 Rosebud
After a disastrous birthday party (ending with Homer being beaten by security guards for his crude stand-up comedy), Mr. Burns pines for his long-lost childhood toy, a teddy bear named Bobo--which is now in the hands of Maggie Simpson.
86 - 505 October 28 1F04 Treehouse of Horror IV
In a parody of the Rod Serling anthology show, "Night Gallery", Bart tells three scary stories based on paintings:

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Terror at 5½ Feet – In a parody of The Twilight Zone episode "Nightmare at 20,000 Feet", Bart wakes up from a nightmare where the school bus crashes -- and fears that his dream will come true when he keeps spotting a gremlin destroying the bus. The Twilight Zone title. ... William Shatner stars as Bob Wilson in “Nightmare at 20,000 Feet” Nightmare at 20,000 Feet is an episode of the American television anthology series The Twilight Zone. ...


Bart Simpson's Dracula – The Simpsons are invited to a dinner with Mr. Burns, where Bart and Lisa discover that Mr. Burns is a vampire.

87 - 506 November 4 1F03 Marge on the Lam
In a loose parody of Thelma and Louise, Marge and Ruth Powers (from "New Kid on the Block") have a girls' night out that ends with them being pursued by the police. Meanwhile, Homer tries to have fun without Marge and Lionel Hutz is hired as Bart, Lisa, and Maggie's babysitter.
88 - 507 November 11 1F05 Bart's Inner Child
Marge realizes that she is no fun because of her constant nagging and seeks help from self-help guru Brad Goodman, who then uses Bart's irreverent attitude as a new example of how people should behave.
89 - 508 November 18 1F06 Boy-Scoutz N the Hood
Bart and Milhouse find $20.00 on the street (after Homer loses it) and buy a Squishee made of syrup. After a night of bingeing and carousing, Bart wakes up to discover that he has joined a Boy Scouts-esque troupe called "The Junior Campers".
90 - 509 December 9 1F07 The Last Temptation of Homer
Mr. Burns hires a female worker in accordance with labor union policies and Homer is worried that his crush on her will ruin his marriage with Marge. Meanwhile, Bart becomes a nerd after doctors find several things physically wrong with him (poor vision, dry scalp, reddened throat, fallen arches)
91 - 510 December 16 1F08 $pringfield (Or, How I Learned to Stop Worrying and Love Legalized Gambling)
After the local economy stalls, everyone in town (including Marge, who normally takes a moral stance against a vice like this) votes for gambling to be legalized, prompting Mr. Burns to open a casino, Homer to become a blackjack dealer, and Marge to become so addicted to gambling that she forgets about her family life. Meanwhile, Bart opens up his own casino after being kicked out of Mr. Burns's and Lisa struggles to have her costume done for a school pageant.
92 - 511 January 6 1F09 Homer the Vigilante
After a crime wave hits Springfield, caused by the elusive cat burglar and the police are ineffective, Flanders creates a neighborhood watch group, which Homer takes charge of. However, Homer's incompetence causes the group to commit more crimes than it prevents.
93 - 512 February 3 1F11 Bart Gets Famous
After sneaking away from a school trip to a box factory, Bart sneaks onto the set of the Krusty the Klown show and works as a production assistant, but becomes an accidental star when he says, "I didn't do it" during a botched sketch.
94 - 513 February 10 1F10 Homer and Apu
After twice getting food poisoning from Apu's expired food, Homer teams up with Kent Brockman to report Apu and get him fired. Meanwhile, James Woods is hired as the new Kwik-E-Mart clerk after Apu is dismissed.
95 - 514 February 17 1F12 Lisa vs. Malibu Stacy
Lisa protests against the phrases on her new Talking Malibu Stacy doll, which she finds demeaning to women (such as "Let's buy make-up so the boys will like us" and "Don't ask me. I'm just a girl", followed by a ditzy giggle) and tracks down the reclusive creator to make a more politically correct doll. Meanwhile, Grampa is worried that he is getting old, so he takes a job at Krusty Burger.
96 - 515 February 24 1F13 Deep Space Homer
NASA recruits Homer (who feels unappreciated after losing out to a green carbon rod during the Worker of the Week assembly at the nuclear plant) and Barney Gumble (who was chosen when Homer blamed him for calling NASA to complain about the televised launches) to train to be the first average American in space in an attempt to boost sagging ratings.
97 - 516 March 17 1F14 Homer Loves Flanders
Homer begins to like Flanders after being invited to a football game, but Homer's constant presence around Flanders and his family causes Ned to feel hate for Homer and the Simpsons to wonder just how wacky their adventures can be.
98 - 517 March 31 1F15 Bart Gets an Elephant
While stuck cleaning the house, Bart wins a radio contest and chooses a gag prize (an elephant) instead of the real prize ($10,000 cash).
99 - 518 April 14 1F16 Burns' Heir
Mr. Burns has a near-death experience which prompts him to find an heir to inherit his wealth after he dies. However, after choosing Bart for the role, Burns attempts to manipulate him into becoming his son.
100 - 519 April 28 1F18 Sweet Seymour Skinner's Baadasssss Song
Bart accidentally gets Principal Skinner fired after he brings Santa's Little Helper to school for show and tell. But when Ned Flanders is hired and the school goes to pot, Bart must get Skinner back, only to discover that he returned to the Army to be a sergeant.
  • 100th Episode
101 - 520 May 5 1F19 The Boy Who Knew Too Much
Bart plays hooky from school and ends up at Mayor Quimby's nephew's birthday party, where Quimby's nephew is accused of assaulting a waiter, which Bart knows the truth, but would have to admit that he was playing hooky if he testifies. Meanwhile, Homer is chosen for jury duty in the assault case against Quimby's nephew and takes advantage of being sequestered in a hotel.
102 - 521 May 12 1F21 Lady Bouvier's Lover
Grampa Simpson falls for Marge's mother, but is pushed aside in favor of Mr. Burns. Meanwhile, Bart steals Homer's credit card to buy a piece of Itchy and Scratchy memorabilia that turns out to be a rip-off.
103 - 522 May 19 1F20 Secrets of a Successful Marriage
Tired of being called "slow," Homer signs up to teach a class on keeping a successful marriage at a learning annex, but the only way he can keep the class interested is to tell racy secrets about Marge and their bedroom antics.

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References

  • Season 5 at The Simpsons.com

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