Here are even more ideas I cococted...take a look and tell which one you like the best!
"A Trip Down Beetles Lane"
Abe Simpson recounts stories he met with the Beetles when they first arrived in Springfield back in 1966 to participate in a special concert hosted by the mayor back then. When Abe learns the concert was a fake and the Beetles made it a publicity stunt, he takes Homer to find the people who can actually tell him the truth, the Beetles.
"The Simpsondian Effect"
Bart discovers a remote-control advice from Dr. Frink’s lab basement that sends him back a day; he gets inspired to undo all the stuff that made his past 48 hours terrible, but don’t realize his present is deeply affecting by it. And the more he is spending time reversed, the more his present will be gone forever.
"4 or 5:30 AM (Apparently They Were Traveling Way Abroad)"
A egotistic host coerces Homer and the family to take part in a family-inspired world race, but what the family don’t realize is that everyone in Springfield will be watching the whole thing live.
Ned takes his boys out on a camping trip, and when Marge learns of this she gets an idea to let the fathers and the sons of Springfield to join Ned and his sons. Liking the idea, Ned convinces Chief Wiggum and Ralph, and as well Milhouse and his father. However, Homer and Bart tries not to get involve, yet after a series of tricks from Marge and Lisa, they finally decide to join the other men. When the trip begins to surface, they face some hard obstacles from hunters and a hungry grizzly bear.
"Gone with the Friend"
Lisa is burden when she has no friends to talk to, so when Jessie McMann, the most popular girl at Springfield Elementary, needs help for a school project. The two eventually become partners and Lisa tries to help her best as she can. However, while helping Jessie is great she is really there to be friends with her and tries to see if it’s possible for Lisa to join Jessie’s popular clique. When Lisa joins the clique, she is transforming into someone she tries not to be often…a popular girl. Meanwhile, Marge finds an old datebook and tries to reconnect to all of her old friends.
"Lisa's Faith and the Athestic Point of View"
Lisa’s faith is tested when a new reverend, Reverend Jimmy Fellow, replaces Rev. Lovejoy after the Lovejoys went on a vacation. Rev. Fellow decides to bring up questionable issues in church making the citizens in Springfield doubt that God is real. Lisa questions his ethics, but is push to the limits when Mayor Quimby decides to have a debate with Lisa facing against Rev. Fellow about the existence of God and other issues.
"Trust Me Son, I'm Lying"
Homer notices he is spending lesser times with his family as his work hours are continuingly to be longer than usual. When he finally gets a weekend vacation, Homer takes Bart for a father and son outing trip. However, when Homer receives unlikely news that he has to go back to the plant, Homer tries to lie to Bart when Bart tells his father there’s a father and son go-kart competition the day Homer has to go back to work. In order to make things work, Homer tries to play double fiddle with going to work and coming back to spend his trip with his son.
"The Treasure of Selma Madre"
When Marge plans a family panic, she invites Grandpa and as well Patty and Selma in much dislike from Homer. When choosing a site for the family picnic, Marge decides to set the event at the old Silver Cad Mountains. Feeling awkward, the others try to disagree with that decision but Marge refuses and in much appreciation. Selma wants the picnic at the site. Further probing, Homer, Bart, and Lisa discover the reason why Selma wants that site is because when she was a very young girl, she hidden something that was very precious. To Patty and Marge's amazement, Selma wants to get that treasure she lost.
"Lisa Goes to the Cotillion"
One of the most popular debutante balls comes to Springfield and requests every young girl who is in the coming of age to participate. Marge feels excited that it can happen to Lisa, but Lisa doesn't think she is ready to become a debutante. However, Marge hires a debutante coach to teach Lisa the ethics of the ball and being a debutante. As the cotillion is close at hand, her new rival, Katie Parksmith, plans to become the famous debutante and tries to sabotage Lisa's chance.
In attempt to get revenge on the Simpsons and Krusty one last time, Sideshow Bob almost has his chance to kill Bart, but instead gets whacked by his own invention causing him to have amnesia. Not remembering what he had done in the past, Bart makes an unprecedented move and opted Bob to stay at the Simpsons house much to the others' disgust. Trying not to relive old times, Bart forces Homer, Marge, and Lisa to remain adamant about their past with Bob. However, is Sideshow Bob's "good" persona there permanently and can Bart remain silent and not opt revenge on himself.
"Homer Hears a Who!?"
After a freak accident at the Plant, Homer is seriously hurt and is revealed by Dr. Hubert that Homer is temporarily deaf because of the loud explosion causing his ear probes scratched. Marge and the children are shock to see and live with Homer who can't hear. Homer soon has trouble with his disability and causing rifts between him and friends. Seeing that maybe Homer's hearing might not come back, Marge tries to convince Homer to get an ear implant. Meanwhile, Bart tries to make some fun with his deaf dad.