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The Simpsons - The Complete Seventh Season
Disc 1: Who Shot Mr. Burns? (Part Two), Radioactive Man, Home Sweet Homediddly-Dum-Doodily, Bart Sells His Soul, Lisa the Vegetarian, Treehouse of Horror VI.
Disc 2: King-Size Homer, Mother Simpson, Sideshow Bob's Last Gleaming, The Simpsons 138th Episode Spectacular, Marge Be Not Proud, Team Homer, Two Bad Neighbors.
Disc 3: Scenes From A Class Struggle In Springfield, Bart the Fink, Lisa the Iconoclast, Homer the Smithers, The Day the Violence Died, A Fish Called Selma, Bart on the Road.
Disc 4: 22 Short Films About Springfield, The Curse of the Flying Hellfish, Much Apu About Nothing, Homerpalooza, Summer of 4 Ft. 2.
The Simpsons - The Complete Sixth Season
25 episodes on four discs: Bart of Darkness, Lisa's Rival, Another Simpsons Clip Show, Itchy and Scratchy Land, Sideshow Bob Roberts, Treehouse of Horror V, Bart's Girlfriend, Lisa on Ice, Homer Bad Man, Grandpa vs. Sexual Inadequacy, Fear of Flying, Homer the Great, And Maggie Makes Three, Bart's Comet, Homie the Clown, Bart vs. Australia, Homer vs. Patty and Selma, A Star is Burns, Lisa's Wedding, Two Dozen and One Greyhounds, The PTA Disbands, Round Springfield, The Springfield Connection, Lemon of Troy, Who Shot Mr. Burns
The Simpsons - Seasons 1-6
The complete first 6 seasons of the Simpsons.
The Simpsons - The Complete Fifth Season
22 episodes of season 5, each accompanied by commentary, deleted scenes, and other encyclopedic extras that hopelessly devoted Simpsons fans crave, no, demand. Season 5 is perhaps not as classics-packed as the third and fourth seasons, but no self-respecting Simpsons fan should be without the episodes "Homer's Barbershop Quartet," featuring George Harrison, "Cape Feare," one of Sideshow Bob's finest half-hours, "Rosebud," "Springfield (Or, How I Learned to Stop Worrying and Love Legalized Gambling)," and "Bart Gets Famous," with the Springfield-sweeping catchphrase "I didn't do it." Series milestones include the first appearance of yokel Cletus in "Bart Gets an Elephant," and Maggie's infant nemesis, The Baby with One Eyebrow in "Sweet Seymour Skinner's Badasssss Song," which also happens to be The Simpsons' 100th episode. Add in a very good "Treehouse of Horror" episode, and one Emmy-nominated musical extravaganza, and you have a Simpsons season that's not just great, it's DVD-box-set great.
The Simpsons - The Complete Fourth Season
A while back, Entertainment Weekly ranked The Simpsons' Top 25 best episodes ever. Five gems from season 4 cracked the top 12, including the choice for No. 1, "Last Exit to Springfield." Other episodes that loom large in the Simpsons legend are "Mr. Plow," "Marge vs. the Monorail," and "A Streetcar Named Marge." The Simpsons smartly subverts traditional family sitcom convention, but anyone who thinks the show doesn't have a heart is advised to watch "I Love Lisa" and "New Kid on the Block," two fourth-season gems that absolutely nail the agony and ecstasy of unrequited crushes. The animators, too, rose to the occasion, particularly in "Itchy & Scratchy: The Movie," with its dead-on, ultra-violent sinking of the seminal Disney cartoon, "Steamboat Willie." And another benchmark in The Simpsons' rise to the TV pantheon: Its very first clip show.
The Simpsons - Treehouse of Horror
If imitation is the sincerest form of flattery, then Stephen King, Ray Bradbury, 2001, Harry Potter, A Nightmare on Elm Street, and Tron should consider themselves wildly flattered as they get the inimitable Simpsons skewering in this shockingly funny collection of four mostly classic "Treehouse of Horror" episodes. Contains Treehouse of Horror V, VI, VII, and XII. For Halloween and beyond, this crypt-kicking collection is all screamingly funny treats.
The Simpsons - The Complete Third Season
Broadcast in 1991, the third season of The Simpsons contains a host of candidates for "Best Simpsons Episode Ever." The opener, "Stark Raving Dad," features a guest appearance by an uncredited Michael Jackson, who plays an obese white inmate whom Homer meets while confined to a mental institution. Other standout episodes include "Like Father, Like Clown," in which Krusty reveals he is estranged from his Rabbi father; this is The Simpsons at the height of its powers, mature, ironic, erudite, and touching while bristling with slapstick and Bart-inspired cheek. "Flaming Moe's" features Aerosmith and sees Homer invent a cocktail that desperate, sleazy bartender Moe steals from him. Finally, there's "Brother Can You Spare Two Dimes," in which Danny DeVito reprises his role as Homer's brother, regaining the fortune Homer lost him by inventing a Baby Translator. Immensely enjoyable at any level, this third year demonstrates conclusively that The Simpsons is quite simply the greatest television show ever.
The Simpsons - The Complete Second Season
Disc contains: All 22 episodes (with optional commentary) on 4 discs; Interviews with James L. Brooks and Matt Groening; Bart on the American Music Awards (with commentary); "Do The Bartman" video (with optional commentary); "Deep, Deep Trouble" video (with optional commentary); "Do The Bartman (Director's Cut)" - video; David Silverman on the creation of an episode; Emmy Awards presentation; 3 Butterfinger commercials; Still Photos (Easter eggs); and Early drawings.
The Simpsons - The Complete First Season
America's first family of dysfunction, the Simpsons, appear in all their depraved glory in this wonderful DVD compilation of their show's premiere season. Fans accustomed to the slick appearance of the later episodes will be delighted by the rougher nature of these earlier episodes, when the characters weren't as well defined and the animation was still evolving. This only adds to the charm of these 13 episodes, which begin with "Simpsons Roasting on an Open Fire," the December 1989 Christmas special in which a down-and-out Simpson family adopt Santa's Little Helper. Throughout the season, familiar faces are introduced, as we catch first glimpses of Smithers, Mr. Burns, the Flanderses, and Patty and Selma.
The Simpsons Treehouse of Horrors Gift Set
This three-volume set of six Simpsons episodes is more treat than trick, but a decidedly mixed bag. Volume 1, containing "Treehouse of Horror III" and "Treehouse of Horror V," delivers "the terror and foul horror" we've come to expect from these eagerly awaited annual Halloween broadcasts. Volume 2 strays from Halloween for two classic Sideshow Bob episodes, "Black Widower" and "Cape Feare." Volume 3 contains the episodes "Bart Sells His Soul" and "Lisa the Skeptic."

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