9: “Bart Sells His Soul”. Having been busted for playing a prank at Church, Bart sells his soul to Milhouse.
8: “Marge vs The Monorail: A charismatic travelling salesman convinces the residents of Springfield to build a completely useless monorail with the $3 million that Mr. Burns was forced to pay to the city.
7: “Homer’s Phobia”. When Bart befriends John, a gay purveyor of kitch and Americana, Homer’s attempts to keep Bart straight are a humorous challenge to the stupidity of homophobia.
6: “Homer vs the 18th Amendment. Prohibition, Springfield style.
5: “Krusty Gets Kancelled” Under threat of the show being axed, Bart enlists celebrity support, whilst we get to see the history of Krusty.
4: “Bart the Genius”. Bart swaps his test paper with Martin’s and ends up at a school for child prodigies.
3: “Dancin’ Homer” Homer becomes the Isotopes baseball team mascot, ending up in Capitol City.
2: “Homer the Great” An unfortunate birthmark means Homer is the Chosen One for the Stonecutters who are a send up of Republican freemasons.
1: “22 Short Films About Springfield From Skinner’s aurora borealis, to Tall Guy in a Small Car, this episode showcases everything that makes the Simpsons the best TV show ever made.