Released November 20th 1996
Includes Simpsons Comics #15-18 (128 pages)
A Trip To Simpsons Mountain - When the television goes out, Grampa tells the family a story about his
childhood on Simpsons Mountain. After the story, the Simpsons realize they can survive without TV, so Homer goes to throw
it out the window. Suddenly, it turns back on, and the family watches the end of their program.
Kill-Er-Up With Regular - An Itchy and Scratchy story from the "thrashing thirties", where Itchy and
Scratchy work at a gas station. When a beautiful cat drops by, Scratchy is smitten, but Itchy ends up going out with her.
Waitresses In The Sky - Patty and Selma are fired from the DMV, so they take up a new career as flight
attendants. However, they realize the 'high' life isn't for them, and in a stroke of luck, they are asked to return to the
Apu's Incredible 96-Hour Shift (Without Having A Break!) - As a special lesson for his nephew Jamshed,
Apu shows him the tape from where he had to spend 96 hours in the Kwik-E-Mart (originally chronicled in the episode "Homer
What's The Frequency, Simpson? - Bart and Lisa discover that they can rent a television station for
a small fee, so they start a network with their friends called SimpTV. SimpTV becomes the hit of Springfield, until Bart and
Lisa realize that since they are making television, they haven't had enough time to watch it themselves, so they shut it down
once and for all.
The Dame and the Clown - Marge is on the run from Krusty, who wants to marry her. Moe comes to the rescue
by buying her a bus ticket. Marge returns safely home to her loving husband, Homer.
Get Fatty - It is found that Springfield is the nation's fattest city, so the president tells Mayor
Quimby that if the citizens lose enough weight, he will award them with a new water park. Everyone does well except Homer,
but with help from Rainier Wolfcastle (McBain), the town finally gets it's new park.
The Quest For Yaz - Milhouse discovers that Ralph has a rare baseball card; exactly the one that he
has been searching for. He steals it, but his conscience gets to him so he returns it. It is then that he discovers the card
was a counterfeit in the first place.