I’m Just a Girl Who Can’t Say D’oh – Marge becomes director of Springfield’s local theater, armed with Lisa’s script resembling “Hamilton.” Meanwhile, Homer joins a baby class with Maggie, where he takes a liking to supervisor Chloe.
Girl’s in the Band – Lisa is scouted by the director of the Capitol City Philharmonic, to her band teacher’s dismay. Homer works extra shifts at the plant so Lisa can play, putting strain on the family
Bart Vs. Itchy & Scratchy – Krusty releases an all-female reboot of “Itchy and Scratchy,” so Bart and his crew of all-male friends decide to boycott the show. After Bart’s friends turn on him for laughing at the reboot, Bart joins a woke group of sixth-grade girls who commit crimes against patriarchy.
E My Sports – As Bart begins to excel in video game competitions, Homer discovers a passion for coaching him. Lisa attempts to bring Homer back to reality, but the plan causes chaos.
I Want You (She’s So Heavy) – A romantic night ends in injury. Marge recovers by taking up kite boarding while Homer bonds with his hallucinated hernia. Lisa, meanwhile, attempts to fix her parents’ strained relationship by seeking advice from an unlikely source.
101 Mitigations – Homer steals Comic Book Guy’s car, and must either prove his innocence in court or reconcile with the jilted nerd
The Clown Stays in the Picture – Krusty reveals the untold story of his past in his movie “The Sands of Space.” While working as personal assistants on the movie, Bart and Lisa learn about the early years of their parents’ relationship.
I’m Dancing as Fat as I Can – Homer angers Marge by binging their favorite show without her, and has to pick up a new skill in order to make amends. Meanwhile, Bart prepares to compete in “Krusty’s Holiday Trample.”
The Girl on the Bus – Lisa spots a new best friend from the window of the bus, and gets a taste of what life could be like with a different, more cultured family. She proceeds to try and live a double life.
Mad About the Toy – Marge and Homer leave Grampa to babysit the kids, and some little green army men trigger a PTSD episode, sending the family on a journey to Grampa’s past to when he was a post-war toy model.