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Encyclopedia > The Simpsons (season 7)
The Simpsons Season 7

The Simpsons Season 7 Digipak
Country of origin USA
Network Fox
Original run September 17, 1995
May 19, 1996
No. of episodes 25
DVD release date December 13, 2005
Previous season 6
Next season 8

The Simpsons' seventh season originally aired on the Fox network between September 17, 1995 and May 19, 1996. The show runners for the seventh production season were Bill Oakley and Josh Weinstein who would executive produce 21 episodes this season.[1] David Mirkin executive produced the remaining four, including two hold overs from the previous season. The season was nominated for two Primetime Emmy Awards, including Outstanding Animated Program and won an Annie Award for Best Animated Television Program. The DVD box set was released in Region 1 December 13, 2005, Region 2 January 30, 2006 and Region 4 on March 29, 2006. The set was released in two different forms: a Marge-shaped head and also a standard rectangular shaped box in which the theme is a movie premiere. Image File history File links Download high resolution version (700x904, 656 KB) Summary The Simpsons - The Complete Seventh Season DVD cover art. ... FOX redirects here. ... is the 260th day of the year (261st in leap years) in the Gregorian calendar. ... Year 1995 (MCMXCV) was a common year starting on Sunday (link will display full 1995 Gregorian calendar). ... is the 139th day of the year (140th in leap years) in the Gregorian calendar. ... Year 1996 (MCMXCVI) was a leap year starting on Monday (link will display full 1996 Gregorian calendar). ... The standard Season 6 DVD box. ... The Simpsons Season 8 DVD Digipak. ... Simpsons redirects here. ... FOX redirects here. ... is the 260th day of the year (261st in leap years) in the Gregorian calendar. ... This is a list of television-related events in 1995. ... is the 139th day of the year (140th in leap years) in the Gregorian calendar. ... Year 1996 (MCMXCVI) was a leap year starting on Monday (link will display full 1996 Gregorian calendar). ... Bill Oakley (born in 1966) is an American televison writer, best known for his work on The Simpsons. ... This article is about The Simpsons writer Josh Weinstein. ... Mirkin at Comic Con 2007. ... The standard Season 6 DVD box. ... The Primetime Emmy Awards are awards presented by the Academy of Television Arts and Sciences in recognition of excellence in American primetime television programming. ... This is a list of the winners of the Primetime Emmy Award for Outstanding Animated Program (For Programming less than One Hour). ... The Annie Awards are given to an animation award show created by the International Animated Film Society ASIFA-Hollywood, and are animations highest honor[1]. Originally designed to celebrate lifetime or career contributions to animation in the fields of producing, directing, animation, design, writing, voice acting, sound and sound... The following is an excerpt of the article entitled DVD. For the sake of convenience, the terms Region 0, Region 1, Region 2, Region 3, Region 4, Region 5, Region 6, Region 7 and Region 8 redirect to this page. ... is the 347th day of the year (348th in leap years) in the Gregorian calendar. ... Year 2005 (MMV) was a common year starting on Saturday (link displays full calendar) of the Gregorian calendar. ... The following is an excerpt of the article entitled DVD. For the sake of convenience, the terms Region 0, Region 1, Region 2, Region 3, Region 4, Region 5, Region 6, Region 7 and Region 8 redirect to this page. ... is the 30th day of the year in the Gregorian calendar. ... Year 2006 (MMVI) was a common year starting on Sunday of the Gregorian calendar. ... is the 88th day of the year (89th in leap years) in the Gregorian calendar. ... Year 2006 (MMVI) was a common year starting on Sunday of the Gregorian calendar. ...

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Production

The season was the first season executive produced by Bill Oakley and Josh Weinstein, who had written episodes for previous seasons. They were chosen partly because they had been with the show since the third season and understood many of its dynamics.[2] When they took over the series they wanted the many of the episodes to be realistic ones that focused more on the five members of the Simpson family and explored their feelings and emotions towards each other.[3] They also wanted the Treehouse of Horror episode, episodes about Sideshow Bob, Itchy & Scratchy and several "format-bending" episodes such as "22 Short Films About Springfield".[4] Their preferred choice of guest stars were those with unique and interesting voices, and several of their guest stars were "old grizzled men with distinctive voices" such as R. Lee Ermey, Donald Sutherland, Kirk Douglas and Lawrence Tierney.[5] Bill Oakley (born in 1966) is an American televison writer, best known for his work on The Simpsons. ... This article is about The Simpsons writer Josh Weinstein. ... The Simpson Family The Simpson family is the family featured in the United States animated sitcom The Simpsons. ... Bart introducing a segment of Treehouse of Horror IV in the manner of Rod Serlings Night Gallery. ... Robert Underdunk Terwilliger, better known by his stage name Sideshow Bob, is a recurring character in the animated television series The Simpsons. ... The Itchy & Scratchy Show is a show-within-a-show of The Simpsons which usually appears as a segment of the fictional Krusty the Klown TV show, watched regularly by Bart and Lisa Simpson and other characters on the animated series. ... 22 Short Films About Springfield is the twenty-first episode of The Simpsons seventh season, airing on April 21, 1996. ... Ronald Lee Ermey (born March 24, 1944) is a former U.S. Marine Corps drill instructor and later Golden Globe-nominated actor, often playing the roles of authority figures, such as Gunnery Sergeant Hartman in Full Metal Jacket, Mayor Tilman in the Alan Parker film Mississippi Burning and Sheriff Hoyt... For other persons named Donald Sutherland, see Donald Sutherland (disambiguation). ... Kirk Douglas (born Issur Danielovitch Demsky December 9, 1916) is an iconic American actor and film producer known for his gravelly voice and his recurring roles as the kinds of characters Douglas himself once described as sons of bitches. He is also father to Hollywood actor and producer Michael Douglas. ... Lawrence Tierney in Born to Kill (1947) Lawrence Tierney (March 15, 1919 – (February 26, 2002) was an American actor. ...


David Mirkin, who had been executive producer for the previous two seasons, was credited as a consulting producer for the seventh season but also executive produced the episodes "Who Shot Mr. Burns? (Part Two)", "Radioactive Man", "Lisa the Vegetarian" and "Team Homer". Steve Tompkins, Dan Greaney, Richard Appel and Rachel Pulido received their first writing credits while Spike Feresten and Jack Barth received their only writing credits this season. Although the majority of the writing staff stayed on for the next season, both Greg Daniels and Brent Forrester received their last writing credits during season seven. Jon Vitti, who had left following the fourth season, returned to write "Home Sweet Homediddly-Dum-Doodily" as well as "The Simpsons 138th Episode Spectacular". Wes Archer, a long-time director for The Simpsons who helped define the look of the show, left following this season.[6] Dominic Polcino and Mike B. Anderson, who had previously worked on the show as part of the animation staff, both directed their first episodes.[7][8] Mirkin at Comic Con 2007. ... Who Shot Mr. ... Radioactive Man, within the world of the animated television series The Simpsons, is a comic book superhero who acquired his powers after surviving an atomic bomb explosion. ... Lisa the Vegetarian is the fifth episode of The Simpsons seventh season. ... Team Homer is the 12th episode of The Simpsons seventh season. ... Steve Tompkins is an American television writer. ... Dan Greaney is a writer for The Simpsons. ... Richard Appel (born 1964) is a writer and producer of TV-shows. ... Rachel Pulido is a television writer who has wrote for The Simpsons and Mission Hill. ... Spike Feresten is an American television writer and personality. ... Greg Daniels is a well known television comedy writer. ... Brent Forrester is an American television writer. ... Vitti as portrayed in the episode of The Simpsons The Front. Jon Vitti is a writer who is most noted for his well-received scripts for the television series The Simpsons. ... The Simpsons Season 4 Digipak The Simpsons fourth season originally aired between September 1992 and May 1993, beginning on September 24, 1992. ... Home Sweet Homediddly-Dum-Doodily is the third episode of The Simpsons seventh season, which originally aired October 1, 1995. ... The Simpsons 138th Episode Spectacular is the tenth episode of The Simpsons seventh season, and is, as the title suggests, the 138th episode. ... Wesley Wes Archer (born November 26, 1961) is a television animation director. ... Dominic Polcino is an animation director who has worked on The Simpsons, Mission Hill, King of the Hill and Family Guy. ... Mike B. Anderson is a TV director who works on The Simpsons and has directed numerous episodes to this show. ...


Doris Grau, script superviser for the show and voice of Lunchlady Doris died on December 30, 1995. The episode "Team Homer", which aired eight days later, was one of the last episodes to feature her voice and featured a dedication to her.[9] After that, Lunchlady Doris had speaking parts in "22 Short Films About Springfield" and "Lisa's Sax", which Grau had recorded before her death. From season nine until season eighteen, she appeared only as a background character but had a speaking role in "The Mook, the Chef, the Wife and Her Homer" where she was voiced by Tress MacNeille. Doris Grau (October 12, 1924 - December 30, 1995) was an American actress, script supervisor and voice actress. ... This article is about the fictitious Springfield Elementary School in the American television show The Simpsons. ... is the 364th day of the year (365th in leap years) in the Gregorian calendar. ... Year 1995 (MCMXCV) was a common year starting on Sunday (link will display full 1995 Gregorian calendar). ... Team Homer is the 12th episode of The Simpsons seventh season. ... 22 Short Films About Springfield is the twenty-first episode of The Simpsons seventh season, airing on April 21, 1996. ... Lisas Sax is the third episode of the ninth season of The Simpsons, which explains how Lisa Simpson got her saxophone. ... The Simpsons 18th season (2006 - 2007) began on Fox on September 10, 2006[1] and ended on May 20, 2007. ... The Mook, the Chef, the Wife and Her Homer is the first episode of The Simpsons eighteenth season, which originally aired September 10, 2006 and October 22, 2006 in The UK. It was written by Bill Odenkirk and directed by Michael Marcantel. ... Tress MacNeille (born June 20, 1951) is an American voice actress best known for providing various voices on the animated television shows The Simpsons, Futurama, and Animaniacs. ...


The season started off with the heavily publicized "Who Shot Mr. Burns? (Part Two)", which was the resolution to the first part, which had been a cliffhanger. It was preceded by "Springfield's Most Wanted", a TV special hosted by John Walsh, host of America's Most Wanted and was parody of Walsh's television series, this special was designed to help people find out who shot Mr. Burns, by laying out the potential clues and identifying the possible suspects. The special was criticized for taking the publicity of the episode too far. Several critics said the special tainted Walsh's credibility and was described as gimmicky,[10] tacky[11] and "blatant groveling for viewers".[12] The episode "Lisa the Vegetarian" features one of the few permanent character changes in the series when Lisa officially becomes a vegetarian. The episode had been pitched by David S. Cohen and the producers felt it would be a surefire way to get Paul McCartney to guest star. McCartney agreed, but only on the condition that Lisa stay a vegetarian and not revert back.[13] "22 Short Films About Springfield" has twelve credited writers, the most of any episode of the series. The episode features multiple stories about different characters. To decide who would write each of the segments, all of the writers chose their top three favorite characters and put them into a hat, the names were drawn out and the writers were assigned their parts and Greg Daniels put all of the segments together and ordered them.[14] The only major character who was introduced this season was Disco Stu, who appeared in "Two Bad Neighbors".[15] Two more episodes, "You Only Move Twice" and "El Viaje Misterioso de Nuestro Jomer" were produced as part of the season seven (3Fxx) production run, but both aired the following season.[16][17] Who Shot Mr. ... Who Shot Mr. ... For other persons named John Walsh, see John Walsh (disambiguation). ... For the professional wrestling tag team, see Americas Most Wanted (professional wrestling). ... Lisa the Vegetarian is the fifth episode of The Simpsons seventh season. ... Lisa Marie Simpson is a character in the animated television series The Simpsons, voiced by Yeardley Smith; Lisa is the only character Smith voices on a regular basis. ... David X. Cohen (born 1966), born David Samuel Cohen, is an American television writer. ... Sir James Paul McCartney, MBE (born 18 June 1942) is an English singer-songwriter, composer, multi-instrumentalist, poet, entrepreneur, painter, record producer, film producer and animal-rights activist. ... 22 Short Films About Springfield is the twenty-first episode of The Simpsons seventh season, airing on April 21, 1996. ... Greg Daniels is a well known television comedy writer. ... Disco Stu is a fictional character from The Simpsons. ... Two Bad Neighbors is the 13th episode of The Simpsons seventh season. ... You Only Move Twice is the second episode of The Simpsons eighth season, which originally aired November 3, 1996. ... El Viaje Misterioso de Nuestro Jomer (The Mysterious Voyage of Homer), also known as The Mysterious Voyage of Our Homer,[2] is the ninth episode of the eighth season of The Simpsons, which originally aired January 5, 1997. ... The Simpsons Season 8 DVD Digipak. ...


Awards

In 1996, "Treehouse of Horror VI" was submitted for the Primetime Emmy Award in the "Outstanding Animated Program (For Programming less than One Hour)" category.[18] They had submitted it because it had a 3D animation sequence, which the producers felt gave them an edge. However, the episode lost to Pinky and the Brain that year, and Bill Oakley later regretted submitting the episode because he felt that a more emotional episode like "Mother Simpson", "Lisa the Vegetarian" or "Bart Sells His Soul" would have had a better chance of winning.[19] Alf Clausen, Bill Oakley and Josh Weinstein were also nominated for "Outstanding Individual Achievement in Music and Lyrics" for the song "Sẽnor Burns" from "Who Shot Mr. Burns? (Part Two)".[18] Treehouse of Horror VI is the sixth episode of The Simpsons seventh season, as well as the sixth Halloween episode. ... The Primetime Emmy Awards are awards presented by the Academy of Television Arts and Sciences in recognition of excellence in American primetime television programming. ... This is a list of the winners of the Primetime Emmy Award for Outstanding Animated Program (For Programming less than One Hour). ... This article describes both the animated television series, and the characters from that series. ... Bill Oakley (born in 1966) is an American televison writer, best known for his work on The Simpsons. ... Mother Simpson is the eighth episode of The Simpsons seventh season. ... Lisa the Vegetarian is the fifth episode of The Simpsons seventh season. ... Bart Sells His Soul is the fourth episode of The Simpsons seventh season. ... Alf Clausen (born March 28, 1941) composes music for television and film. ... Bill Oakley (born in 1966) is an American televison writer, best known for his work on The Simpsons. ... This article is about The Simpsons writer Josh Weinstein. ... Who Shot Mr. ...


The series won several other awards for this season, including an Annie Award for "Best Animated Television Program".[20] "Lisa the Vegetarian" won both an Environmental Media Award for "Best Television Episodic Comedy"[21] and a Genesis Award for "Best Television Comedy Series, Ongoing Commitment".[22] Although "Treehouse of Horror VI" failed to win the Emmy, the "Homer³" segment was awarded the Ottawa International Animation Festival grand prize.[23] The Annie Awards are given to an animation award show created by the International Animated Film Society ASIFA-Hollywood, and are animations highest honor[1]. Originally designed to celebrate lifetime or career contributions to animation in the fields of producing, directing, animation, design, writing, voice acting, sound and sound... Lisa the Vegetarian is the fifth episode of The Simpsons seventh season. ... The Environmental Media Awards have been awarded by the Environmental Media Association since 1991 to the best television episode or film with an environmental message. ... The Humane Society of the United States (HSUS) has worked since 1954 to promote the protection of all animals. ... Treehouse of Horror VI is the sixth episode of The Simpsons seventh season, as well as the sixth Halloween episode. ... Created in Ottawa, Canada in 1976, the Festival celebrates its 30th anniversary in 2006. ...


In 1996, The Simpsons became the first animated series to win a Peabody Award, and won it "for providing exceptional animation and stinging social satire, both commodities which are in extremely short supply in television today."[24] The George Foster Peabody Awards, more commonly referred to as the Peabody Awards, are annual international awards given for excellence in radio and television broadcasting. ...


List of episodes

Key
  • In the # column:
    • The first number refers to the order it aired during the entire series.
    • The second number refers to the episode number within its season.
  • The production code refers to the code assigned to the episode by the production team. The first two characters refer to to the season the episode was made for: 2F for season six, 3F for season seven. The second number is the order the episode was produced, not the airing order. For example, 3F08 aired before 3F07.[25]
# Title Directed by Written by Original airdate Prod. code
129 - 1 "Who Shot Mr. Burns? (Part Two)"  Wes Archer Bill Oakley & Josh Weinstein September 17, 1995 2F20
In the previous episode, Mr. Burns was shot by an unknown gunman. Waylon Smithers believes he may have shot Burns while in a durnken stupor, and turns himself in. However, it is discovered that he is innocent, so the police question several other suspects and eventually discover Simpson DNA evidence on Burns. Mr. Burns himself awakens and is only able to say "Homer Simpson". The police immediately arrest Homer, but he manages to escape. Lisa investigates the clues herself and discovers vital evidence that clears Homer but at that moment he is spotted at the hospital. Lisa, Smithers, the police and many townsfolk go to Mr. Burns' hospital room where they find Homer strangling Burns. Burns is shaken out of his daze and reveals that he was really shot by Maggie Simpson. Marge apologizes for Maggie's actions and everything returns to normal.
Guest star: Tito Puente.[26] 
130 - 2 "Radioactive Man"  Susie Dietter John Swartzwelder September 24, 1995 2F17
It is decided that filming for the new Radioactive Man film will take place in Springfield and the producers decide to cast a local child in the role of Fallout Boy. Many of Springfield's children, including Bart and Milhouse, audition for the role, with the part eventually going to Milhouse. However, Milhouse decides he doesn't like being a star and flees the production. He refuses to return and play the role and the producers, having been bankrupted by Mayor Quimby and the townsfolk, decide to close production and leave town.
Guest star: Mickey Rooney.[27] 
131 - 3 "Home Sweet Homediddly-Dum-Doodily"  Susie Dietter Jon Vitti October 1, 1995 3F01
Several misunderstandings at home and school cause child welfare to accuse Homer and Marge of being negligent parents. As a result, Bart, Lisa, and Maggie to be taken away and put in the care of the Flanders family. To get their kids back, Homer and Marge must pass a parenting class, while Ned discovers the kids are not baptized and decides to do it himself. Homer and Marge are allowed to get their kids back and manage to stop the baptizing ceremony.
Guest star: Joan Kenley.[1] 
132 - 4 "Bart Sells His Soul"  Wes Archer Greg Daniels October 8, 1995 3F02
While forced to clean the organ pipes after playing a prank against the church, Bart sells his soul to Milhouse for five dollars, to prove his point that a soul does not exist. Bart begins to regret it when weird things begin happening to him. Meanwhile, an encounter with the Hibbert family results in Moe converting Moe's Tavern to a family restaurant to make more money. The Simpson family eats there one night and after taunting from Lisa, Bart erupts and leaves to find his soul. It turns out that Milhouse had given Bart's soul to Comic Book Guy who in turn had sold it to someone else. It turns out that it was sold to Lisa, and she gives Bart his soul back. Back at the family restaurant, Moe loses his temper and swears at a child, resulting in him losing his customers and converting back to his tavern.[28] 
133 - 5 "Lisa the Vegetarian"  Mark Kirkland David S. Cohen October 15, 1995 3F03
After a visit with a lamb at a petting zoo, Lisa decides to become a full vegetarian. She tries to draw others towards it, but her efforts are wasted. At the same time, Homer decides to throw a barbecue and Lisa is outraged when those in attendance laugh at her suggestion of eating Gazpacho. She ruins the barbecue and after refusing to apologize to Homer, leaves. She goes to the Kwik-E-Mart and meets Apu who reveals he is a vegan and tells Lisa to be tolerant and not go pushing her own views on everyone else. Lisa apologizes to Homer, admitting she had no right to ruin his barbecue.
Guest stars: Paul McCartney and Linda McCartney.[29] 
134 - 6 "Treehouse of Horror VI"  Bob Anderson John Swartzwelder, Steve Tompkins & David S. Cohen October 29, 1995 3F04
A Halloween special which is divided into three short stories:
Attack of the 50-Foot Eyesores – An ionic storm brings Springfield's oversized advertisements and billboards to life and they begin attacking the town.
Nightmare on Evergreen Terrace – In a parody of the Nightmare on Elm Street movies, Groundskeeper Willie attacks schoolchildren in their sleep to get revenge on the parents who did not save him when he burned to death.
Homer3 – While finding a hiding place while preparing for an upcoming visit from Patty and Selma, Homer steps into a portal behind a bookcase that takes him into a three dimensional world.
Guest star: Paul Anka.[30] 
135 - 7 "King-Size Homer"  Jim Reardon Dan Greaney November 5, 1995 3F05
Unhappy with the Springfield Nuclear Power Plant's new exercise program, Homer decides to get on workman's comp by purposely gaining 61 pounds. He succeeds in his goal and is able to work at home. He spends a lot of his time goofing off and tries to go see a movie. When he is turned away because of his weight, Homer returns home but finds that a nuclear meltdown is about to take place at the plant. He hijacks an ice cream and rushes to the plant and is able to save everyone when he falls into a tank and prevents poisonous gas from escaping. As a reward, Mr. Burns guarantees to make Homer thin again, but gives up and decides to pay for a liposuction.
Guest star: Joan Kenley.[31] 
136 - 8 "Mother Simpson"  David Silverman Richard Appel November 19, 1995 3F06
Homer fakes his death in order to get out of working on a Saturday and is later forced to go to the records office to verify that he is alive. The clerk reveals that Homer's mother is still alive but Homer disagrees and goes to his mother's grave for proof. The grave actually belongs to Walt Whitman but Homer by chance does meet with his mother. He takes her home to meet his family, but she remains silent as to where she was for the past 27 years. The family finally forces her to reveal her secret: she was part of group of Hippie radicals in the 60s and is on the run from Mr. Burns and the FBI. Mr. Burns later discovers Mona's whereabouts and she is forced to return into hiding.
Guest stars: Glenn Close and Harry Morgan.[32] 
137 - 9 "Sideshow Bob's Last Gleaming"  Dominic Polcino Spike Feresten November 26, 1995 3F08
Sideshow Bob escapes from his prison guards and steals an atomic bomb at an airshow and threatens to detonate it unless Springfield gets rid of television. The city is forced to obey, but Bart and Lisa discover that Bob is hiding in the Duff blimp and confront him. Bob discovers that Krusty is still broadcasting his show, so he captures Bart and an airplane and goes on a Kamikaze mission to kill Krusty. However, he fails and is sent back to jail.
Guest stars: Kelsey Grammer and R. Lee Ermey.[33] 
138 - 10 "The Simpsons 138th Episode Spectacular"  Pound Foolish
(David Silverman)[35]
Penny Wise
(Jon Vitti)[36]
December 3, 1995 3F31
Troy McClure hosts a special episode of The Simpsons that gives viewers a behind the scenes look at the show. It features clips of the series' beginnings as filler on "The Tracy Ullman Show", fan mail readings, a look at the "real" Matt Groening, Simpsons trivia questions and unaired scenes from popular episodes, including the alternate ending to the "Who Shot Mr. Burns" two-parter.
Guest star: Phil Hartman.[34] 
139 - 11 "Marge Be Not Proud"  Steven Dean Moore Mike Scully December 17, 1995 3F07
Bart attempts to shoplift a popular video game at the local Try-N-Save but is caught by the security guard. The guard tells Bart to never set foot in the store again and leaves a message on the Simpson family's answering machine. Bart manages to stop Homer and Marge from finding out, but is later dismayed when he finds out that the entire family is going to Try-N-Save for the family's Christmas photo. Bart is discovered by the security guard, who shows Homer and Marge the security footage of Bart stealing the game. Marge becomes distant and Bart is left out of family activities. Bart fears he has lost his mother's love, and decides he must regain it so he visits the Try-N-Save, and returns with a bulge in his coat. Marge confronts him, believing he was shoplifting again. She finds Bart has hidden a picture of himself bought as a Christmas present for Marge. Marge is overjoyed, and in gratitude for receiving her Christmas gift, she gives Bart his.
Guest star: Lawrence Tierney.[37] 
140 - 12 "Team Homer"  Mark Kirkland Mike Scully January 7, 1996 3F10
Homer assembles a bowling team consisting of Apu, Moe and Otto so he can play on league nights. He gets the team funding from Mr. Burns during one of his ether induced hallucinations. The team does well until Mr. Burns discovers that he paid for them and decides to join the team. The team starts losing games but still manage to make it to the league championship where they manage to win. The team is overjoyed but Mr. Burns has a change of heart and takes the trophy for himself. Meanwhile, the students of Springfield Elementary School are forced to wear uniforms after Bart comes to school wearing a T-shirt with a shocking message on it. [38] 
141 - 13 "Two Bad Neighbors"  Wes Archer Ken Keeler January 14, 1996 3F09
Former president George Bush moves to Springfield and Bart starts to annoy him. One day Bush loses control and spanks Bart. Homer, who had been jealous of the attention Bush had been receiving, is outraged and launches a prank war. Bush eventually decides to leave Springfield and is replaced with Gerald Ford.
First appearance of Disco Stu.[15] 
142 - 14 "Scenes from the Class Struggle in Springfield"  Susie Dietter Jennifer Crittenden February 4, 1996 3F11
Marge finds a fancy Chanel suit at a discount outlet store, and is invited to start spending time at the local country club. Marge immediately fits in but is forced to alter her suit every day so it appears that she is always wearing a new outfit. Meanwhile, Homer discovers that he has a natural talent for Golf and is challenged to a game by Mr. Burns. Meanwhile, Marge accidentally destroys her Chanel suit on the night of a gala ball where she will become a member of the club and buys a new one dress for thousands of dollars. She demands that her family behave themselves, but realizes that she is becoming too snobby and decides she doesn't want to join the club.
Guest star: Tom Kite.[39] 
143 - 15 "Bart the Fink"  Jim Reardon John Swartzwelder & Bob Kushell February 11, 1996 3F12
Bart unintentionally gets Krusty the Clown audited by the IRS after his attempt to get him to sign a check exposed Krusty's illegal tax shelter. When his financial situation worsens, Krusty fakes his death to escape from the public eye. However, Bart and Lisa find him and convince him that he needs showbusiness.
Guest star: Bob Newhart.[40] 
144 - 16 "Lisa the Iconoclast"  Mike B. Anderson Jonathan Collier February 18, 1996 3F13
While doing research for an essay, Lisa finds a confession written by town founder Jebediah Springfield revealing that he was a murderous pirate named Hans Sprungfeld who tried to attack George Washington and never cared about the people of Springfield. Homer decides to help Lisa get the message out, but they are arrested by the town council. Lisa claims Sprungfeld had a silver tongue so the council decides to exhume Jebediah to prove Lisa wrong. It turns out that there is no silver tongue but Lisa later discovers that it had been stolen from the grave by Hollis Hurlbut, the local historian. The two rush to reveal the truth about Jebediah, but Lisa realizes that the myth had inspired the entire town and decides to keep it a secret.
Guest star: Donald Sutherland.[41] 
145 - 17 "Homer the Smithers"  Steven Dean Moore John Swartzwelder February 25, 1996 3F14
At the advice of Mr. Burns, Smithers takes a vacation and hires Homer to be his replacement, thinking that Homer could never outshine him. However, Smithers' plan backfires when Homer's incompetence causes Burns to learn how to do things for himself resulting in the now useless Smithers losing his job as Burn's assistant. Homer decides to help Smithers get his job back, but their plan backfires and the two get into a fight in Mr. Burns' office. Burns is accidentally knocked out of a window and needs Smithers to do things for him again.[42] 
146 - 18 "The Day the Violence Died"  Wes Archer John Swartzwelder March 17, 1996 3F16
During a parade celebrating the 75th anniversary of Itchy & Scratchy, Bart meets Chester J. Lampwick, a homeless man who claims that he was the real creator of Itchy and not Roger Meyers as was previously believed. Bart helps the homeless man get royalties, but in doing so bankrupts the studio that produces Itchy & Scratchy. Bart and Lisa are upset and decide to try to help get Itchy & Scratchy back but are dismayed to discover that a different duo - Lester and Eliza - has already done so.
Guest stars: Suzanne Somers, Kirk Douglas, Alex Rocco and Jack Sheldon.[43] 
147 - 19 "A Fish Called Selma"  Mark Kirkland Jack Barth March 24, 1996 3F15
Troy McClure tries to save his dying career and debunk the rumors of his bizarre sexual life, by marrying Marge's sister, Selma. Selma discovers that the marriage is a sham but decides that being a sham wife is okay. However, Troy decides that becoming a father will help his career even more but Selma refuses to bring a child into their loveless marriage and leaves.
Guest stars: Jeff Goldblum and Phil Hartman.[44] 
148 - 20 "Bart on the Road"  Swinton O. Scott III Richard Appel March 31, 1996 3F17
While stuck at the DMV with Patty and Selma on "Go To Work With Your Parents Day," Bart creates a fake driver's license for himself and uses it to go on a spring break road trip with Milhouse, Nelson, and Martin. Meanwhile, Homer and Lisa bond after spending "Go To Work With Your Parents Day" together and the two have a lot of fun. Bart and his friends decide to go to the World's fair in Knoxville but discover that their guide book is outdated and the fair ended years ago. Stuck in Knoxville with no money, Bart becomes a courier and calls Lisa for help. Lisa convinces Homer to order a nuclear console from Knoxville, thus helping Bart get home.
Guest star: Jim Lau.[45] 
149 - 21 "22 Short Films About Springfield"  Jim Reardon Richard Appel, David S. Cohen, Jennifer Crittenden
Jonathan Collier, Greg Daniels, Brent Forrester
Rachel Pulido, Steve Tompkins, Josh Weinstein & Matt Groening
April 14, 1996 3F18
Bart and Milhouse wonder if anything interesting happens to the citizens of Springfield, which leads to a chain of vignettes about the lives of Springfielders including Apu, Mr. Burns, Dr. Nick, Moe, Principal Skinner, Chief Wiggum, Bumblebee Man, Reverend Lovejoy, Cletus and Comic Book Guy.[46] 
150 - 22 "Raging Abe Simpson and
His Grumbling Grandson in
"The Curse of the Flying Hellfish"
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Jeffrey Lynch Jonathan Collier April 28, 1996 3F19
The relationship between Grampa and Bart deteriorates and around the same time, one of Grampa's fellow-veterans of the Second World War dies, leaving Mr. Burns as the only other living member of Grampa's war squad, the Flying Hellfish. In the final days of the war, the unit had discovered several paintings and agreed on a tontine, placing the paintings in a crate, and the surviving member would inherit the paintings. As Mr. Burns wants the paintings as soon as possible, he orders Grampa's assassination and hire an assassin to do the job and to escape death, Grampa moves into the Simpsons house, where the family lets him live in Bart's room. Grampa reveals the secret of the treasure to Bart and the two manage to steal Burns' key and leave to get the paintings. They succeed, but are discovered by the State Department who give the paintings back to their rightful owner.[47] 
151 - 23 "Much Apu About Nothing"  Susie Dietter David S. Cohen May 5, 1996 3F20
After a bear wanders into Evergreen Terrace, Mayor Quimby is forced to raise taxes so they can pay for a new bear patrol. When the citizens are outraged, Quimby blames illegal immigrants and creates Proposition 24, which will deport them. The family discovers that Apu is in fact an illegal immigrant and decide to help him get his citizenship. Apu succeeds and Homer gives a heartfelt speech about why Springfield should reject Prop 24, however, it still passes with 95% majority and Groundskeeper Willie is deported.[48] 
152 - 24 "Homerpalooza"  Wes Archer Brent Forrester May 19, 1996 3F21
In an attempt to show his kids how hip he is, Homer takes Bart and Lisa to the Hullabalooza music festival where Homer is hired as a sideshow freak who can withstand the force of cannonball blasts. As a result, Homer gets to go on tour with the festival and suddenly finds himself living the high life. As the tour approaches a stop in Springfield, Homer's stomach begins to hurt and he is sent to a doctor who advises Homer that if he performs his act one more time, his stomach will burst and he will die. Homer shrugs this news off, not wanting to lose his popularity. At first he decides to do his job, but at the last second he loses his nerve and dodges the cannonball. He is released from the festival and goes back to being not respected by his children.
Guest stars: The Smashing Pumpkins, Cypress Hill, Sonic Youth and Peter Frampton.[49] 
153 - 25 "Summer of 4 Ft. 2"  Mark Kirkland Dan Greaney May 19, 1996 3F22
At the start of summer, Ned Flanders asks Homer to take care of his beach house in Little Pwagmattasquarmsettport. The family decides to go there and Lisa, realizing that she is not as cool as she thinks, uses the new locale as a chance to rid herself of her nerd image and becomes a surfer girl. She becomes best friends with a girl named Erin and a group of locals, but Bart becomes jealous and reveals to them that Lisa is in fact a teacher's pet. Lisa runs off crying, thinking that she has lost her new friends, but the next night they surprise her and say she was a good friend.
Guest star: Christina Ricci.[50] 

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DVD release

The DVD boxset for season seven was released by 20th Century Fox in the United States and Canada on December 13, 2005 nine years after it had completed broadcast on television. As well as every episode from the season, the DVD release features bonus material including deleted scenes, Animatics, and commentaries for every episode. The set was released in two different covers: a Marge head to match the Homer head of Season 6, and also a regular-shaped box.[51] The menus continue the same format from the fifth and sixth seasons, and the overall theme is a Celebrity Theme. Twentieth (20th) Century Fox Film Corporation (known from 1935 to 1985 as Twentieth Century-Fox Film Corporation) is one of the six major American film studios. ... is the 347th day of the year (348th in leap years) in the Gregorian calendar. ... Year 2005 (MMV) was a common year starting on Saturday (link displays full calendar) of the Gregorian calendar. ... Deleted scene is a commonly-used term in the entertainment industry, especially the film and television industry, which usually refers specifically to scenes removed from or replaced by another scene in the final cut, or version, of a film (including television serials). ... Animatics are digital pre conceptions of scenes. ...

The Complete Seventh Season
Set Details[52][53] Special Features[52][53]
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Notes

  1. ^ a b Richmond, p. 183
  2. ^ Oakley, Bill; Weinstein, Josh. (2007). The Simpsons season 9 Easter Egg DVD commentary for the episode "Lisa the Simpson" [DVD]. 20th Century Fox.
  3. ^ Oakley, Bill. (2005). The Simpsons season 7 DVD commentary for the episode "Home Sweet Homediddly-Dum-Doodily" [DVD]. 20th Century Fox.
  4. ^ Oakley, Bill. (2005). The Simpsons season 7 DVD commentary for the episode "Homer the Smithers" [DVD]. 20th Century Fox.
  5. ^ Oakley, Bill. (2005). The Simpsons season 7 DVD commentary for the episode "Marge Be Not Proud" [DVD]. 20th Century Fox.
  6. ^ Biography. WesArcher.com.
  7. ^ Anderson, Mike B.. (2005). The Simpsons season 7 DVD commentary for the episode "Lisa the Iconoclast" [DVD]. 20th Century Fox.
  8. ^ Polcino, Dominic. (2005). The Simpsons season 7 DVD commentary for the episode "Sideshow Bob's Last Gleaming" [DVD]. 20th Century Fox.
  9. ^ "Doris Grau - Full Biography", New York Times. Retrieved on 2008-03-01. 
  10. ^ Tim Cuprisin. "A Simpsons `pseudo show' keeps him off edge of his seat", Milwaukee Journal Sentinel, 1995-09-07, p. 3. Retrieved on 2008-02-09. 
  11. ^ Walt Belcher. "Fox gimmick triggers round of criticism", The Tampa Tribune, 1995-09-08, p. 3. Retrieved on 2008-02-09. 
  12. ^ Tom Hopkins. "Walsh joins 'Simpsons' hype", Dayton Daily News, 1995-09-15, p. 11B. Retrieved on 2008-02-09. 
  13. ^ Mirkin, David. (2005). The Simpsons season 7 DVD commentary for the episode "Lisa the Vegetarian" [DVD]. 20th Century Fox.
  14. ^ Oakley, Bill. (2006). The Simpsons The Complete Seventh Season DVD commentary for the episode "22 Short Films About Springfield" [DVD]. 20th Century Fox.
  15. ^ a b Richmond, p. 194
  16. ^ Richmond, p. 212
  17. ^ Richmond, pp. 220-221
  18. ^ a b Primetime Emmy Awards Advanced Search. Emmys.org. Retrieved on 2008-03-01.
  19. ^ Oakley, Bill. (2005). The Simpsons season 7 DVD commentary for the episode "Mother Simpson" [DVD]. 20th Century Fox.
  20. ^ "Legacy: 24th Annual Annie Award Nominees and Winners (1996)", Annie Awards. Retrieved on 2008-03-01. 
  21. ^ "Awards for "The Simpsons"", Internet Movie Database. Retrieved on 2008-03-01. 
  22. ^ "1995 Genesis Awards", Humane Society of the United States. Retrieved on 2008-03-01. 
  23. ^ "Past Award Winners", Ottawa International Animation Festival. Retrieved on 2008-03-01. 
  24. ^ "The Simpsons" in the Peabody Awards "Search for Winners" database. Retrieved on 2008-03-01.
  25. ^ Turner, Chris. Planet Simpson: How a Cartoon Masterpiece Documented an Era and Defined a Generation, 4. ISBN 0-679-31318-4. 
  26. ^ Richmond, pp. 180-181
  27. ^ Richmond, p. 182
  28. ^ Richmond, p. 184
  29. ^ Richmond, p. 185
  30. ^ Richmond, pp. 186-187
  31. ^ Richmond, p. 188
  32. ^ Richmond, p. 189
  33. ^ Richmond, p. 190
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References

  • Richmond, Ray; Antonia Coffman (1997). The Simpsons: A Complete Guide to our Favorite Family. Harper Collins Publishers. ISBN 0-00-638898-1. 

External links

  • Season 7. TheSimpsons.com.
  • Season 7. BBC.
  • Season 7. TV.com.
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