I clearly needed a distraction, since I coded up this script that does a lot of clever things (including access Yahoo! TV guide and link it to my calendar) to produce lists of episodes and summaries for TV shows I've seen. The list generally only includes shows I've seen (either listed in Yahoo! or in front of the TV since I started a calendar which is around 1998. ? means that the episode number wasn't recorded, and ENKNF means that the program was unable to parse for the episode number. Look at my listing of what TV shows I like to find out which ones of these I religiously watch.
24 - Angel - Brimstone - Buffy the Vampire Slayer - Code Name: Eternity - Dark Angel - Dead Like Me - Fantasy Island - Farscape - Fear Itself - Firefly - Friday the 13th - Fringe - Futurama - Haunted - Heroes - He-Man and the Masters of the Universe - House M.D. - Kid Notorious - King of the Hill - Lexx - Lost - Malcolm in the Middle - Masters of Horror - Millenium - Night Visions - Poltergeist: The Legacy - Psi Factor: Chronicles of the Paranormal - Quantum Leap - Ray Bradbury Theater - Sleeper Cell - South Park - Star Trek - Star Trek: The Next Generation - Star Trek: Deep Space Nine - Star Trek: Voyager - Star Trek: Enterprise - Strange World - Tales From the Crypt - That 70s Show - The 4400 - The Cosby Show - The Crow: Stairway to Heaven - The Dead Zone - The Family Guy - The Lone Gunmen - The Outer Limits (1995) - The Outer Limits - The Pretender - The Simpsons - The Twilight Zone - The X Files - Total Recall 2070 - Tracker
524 Day 5: 6:00AM - 7:00AM - Jack is captured by the Chinese. 523 Day 5: 5:00AM - 6:00AM - Jack goes after the masterminds. 522 Day 5: 4:00AM - 5:00AM - Jack stops the terrorists yet again. 521 Day 5: 3:00AM - 4:00AM - The terrorists find another way to target America. 520 Day 5: 2:00AM - 3:00AM - One of the bosses gets a reprieve. 519 Day 5: 1:00AM - 2:00AM - From Archie comics: The big boss has a big big boss who has a big big boss who has a big big big boss... (you have the idea).. 518 Day 5: 12:00AM - 1:00AM - The plot gets even more unbelievable and more complicated. 517 Day 5: 11:00PM - 12:00AM - Jack tries to get a hold of the tape that will prove his innocence. 516 Day 5: 10:00PM - 11:00PM - The day's events are tracked to the highest levels. 515 Day 5: 9:00PM - 10:00PM - The terrorists get ready to make their final attack as Audrey Raines is shown to be innocent. 514 Day 5: 8:00PM - 9:00PM - Audrey Raines is implicated in the nerve gas plot. 513 Day 5: 7:00PM - 8:00PM - Lynn saves the remaining survivors of the attack on CTU. 512 Day 5: 6:00PM - 7:00PM - CTU itself is targeted by the terrorists as the President contemplates martial law. 511 Day 5: 5:00PM - 6:00PM - A hospital is targeted by the terrorists. 510 Day 5: 4:00PM - 5:00PM - CTU deals with a bunch of political BS while dealing with the Suvarov crisis. 509 Day 5: 3:00PM - 4:00PM - The terrorist demand to kill Suvarovs. 508 Day 5: 2:00PM - 3:00PM - The terrorists release the nerve gas in a mall. 507 Day 5: 1:00PM - 2:00PM - The nerve gas used to secure America becomes a weapon against it. 506 Day 5: 12:00PM - 1:00PM - Bauer exposes Cummings. 505 Day 5: 11:00AM - 12:00PM - Bauer is taken into custody at CTU where is supposed to be assassinated. 504 Day 5: 10:00AM - 11:00AM - Jack gets captured by the terrorists. 503 Day 5: 9:00AM - 10:00AM - Jack goes head to head with the terrorists holding Ontario Airport hostage. 502 Day 5: 8:00AM - 9:00AM - Jack is framed for the murder of David Palmer, but receives help from Chloe and Wayne Palmer. 501 Day 5: 7:00AM - 8:00AM - David Palmer is assassinated; Jack returns to LA and kills his killer. 424 Day 4: 6:00AM - 7:00AM - Marwan dies; the missile is destroyed; Jack is allegedly killed before being handed over to the Chinese. 423 Day 4: 5:00AM - 6:00AM - Tony is rescued by Jack. 422 Day 4: 4:00AM - 5:00AM - Tony is taken hostage. 421 Day 4: 3:00AM - 4:00AM - Jack finds Marwan again who unleashes a missile. 420 Day 4: 2:00AM - 3:00AM - Jack breaks into the Chinese consulate. 419 Day 4: 1:00AM - 2:00AM - Palmer is called in to help. 418 Day 4: 12:00AM - 1:00AM - A nuclear warhead goes missing. 417 Day 4: 11:00PM - 12:00AM - Vice President Logan takes over as President. 416 Day 4: 10:00PM - 11:00PM - Air Force One is show down by a stealth bomber. 415 Day 4: 9:00PM - 10:00PM - Jack is traded for Behrooz. 414 Day 4: 8:00PM - 9:00PM - Jack goes undercover with Dina. 413 Day 4: 7:00PM - 8:00PM - Jack starts a firefight with the McLennan-Forster mercenaries; Paul is shot. 412 Day 4: 6:00PM - 7:00PM - McLennan-Forster releases a EMP to prevent being incriminated. 411 Day 4: 5:00PM - 6:00PM - Jack gets close to Marwan; Edgar stops the override; Erin's daughter dies. 410 Day 4: 4:00PM - 5:00PM - Jack goes after Paul Raines, Marianne dies, and Curtis is captured. 409 Day 4: 3:00PM - 4:00PM - Jack finds Navi and his family. 408 Day 4: 2:00PM - 3:00PM - Another mole at the CTU is uncovered. 407 Day 4: 1:00PM - 2:00PM - Jack and Audrey reunite with Tony Almeida. 406 Day 4: 12:00PM - 1:00PM - Jack rescues heller; the terrorist plan to take over nuclear plants is uncovered. 405 Day 4: 11:00AM - 12:00PM - Jack's suspect kills himself; Jack nears the compound where Heller is being held. 404 Day 4: 10:00AM - 11:00AM - Jack holds up a convenience store to stall a terrorist. 403 Day 4: 9:00AM - 10:00AM - Chloe aids Jack in tracking down the terrorists. 402 Day 4: 8:00AM - 9:00AM - Heller's trial is announced on the web; Jack goes after the terrorists. 401 Day 4: 7:00AM - 8:00AM - Jack is out of CTU and seeing Heller's daughter; there's a terrorist attack on a train as well as a potential one on the Internet. 324 Day 3: 12:00PM - 1:00PM - Saunders faces the wrath of an angry victim. 323 Day 3: 11:00AM - 12:00AM - Jack threatens to expose Saunders' daughter to the virus to find the location of the missing vials. 322 Day 3: 10:00AM - 11:00AM - Keeler tries to get Palmer to withdraw with Sherry's help. 321 Day 3: 9:00AM - 10:00AM - Tony works to help Michelle escape and free Saunders' daughter. 320 Day 3: 8:00AM - 9:00AM - Jack uses Saunders' daughter to get to Saunders. 319 Day 3: 7:00AM - 8:00AM - Kim poses as Saunders' daughter. 318 Day 3: 6:00AM - 7:00AM - Michelle discovers that a hotel guest has escaped the quarantine. 317 Day 3: 5:00AM - 6:00AM - Saunders asks Jack to kill Chapelle. 316 Day 3: 4:00AM - 5:00AM - Michelle has to deal with panicky hotel guests and Sherry blackmails Palmer. 315 Day 3: 3:00AM - 4:00AM - Gael is too late to stop the virus and Jack kills Nina. 314 Day 3: 2:00AM - 3:00AM - Tony interrogates Nina about Alvers' location. 313 Day 3: 1:00AM - 2:00AM - Nina releases a worm into the CTU system. 312 Day 3: 12:00AM - 1:00AM - Amador cheats Nina. 311 Day 3: 11:00PM - 12:00AM - Hector finds out about his dead wife and Sherry helps David Palmer. 309 Day 3: 9:00PM - 10:00PM - Jack and Nina finally end up meeting again. 309 Day 3: 10:00PM - 11:00PM - Claudia dies after helping Chase escape. 308 Day 3: 8:00PM - 9:00PM - Jack tries to buy a live virus using the Salazars as decoys. 307 Day 3: 7:00PM - 8:00PM - Jack is allegedly working with Hector Salzar. 306 Day 3: 6:00PM - 7:00PM - Jack and Salazar end up in Mexico. 305 Day 3: 5:00PM - 6:00PM - Jack takes off with Salazar just as Ryan is captured. 304 Day 3: 4:00PM - 5:00PM - Jack takes his own initiative and breaks Salazar out of prison. 303 Day 3: 3:00PM - 4:00PM - CTU discovers the packet of coke Singer is carrying isn't really the virus. 302 Day 3: 2:00PM - 3:00PM - Jack goes after the bioterrorists who are using a young boy as a dupe to transport the virus across the border. 301 Day 3: 1:00PM - 2:00PM - Bioterrorists threaten to release a deadly contagion unless a notorious prisoner is freed. 224 Day 2: 7:00AM - 8:00AM - Jack proves to the government that they were manipulated into waging a war for oil. 223 Day 2: 6:00AM - 7:00AM - Jack tries to track down Peter Kingsley with the aid of Sherry but has an heart attack. 222 Day 2: 6:00AM - 7:00AM - Jack confronts Sherry in her role to bring down the Presidency. 221 Day 2: 4:00AM - 5:00AM - Palmer is stripped of his powers by his cabinet. 220 Day 2: 3:00AM - 4:00AM - Jack tortured to reveal the location of the audio chip that could prevent war, as Palmer's Vice-president plans to take over. 219 Day 2: 2:00AM - 3:00AM - Jack retrieves an audio chip that will save the country from going to war. 218 Day 2: 1:00AM - 2:00AM - Riots in Georgia target people from the middle east. 217 Day 2: 12:00AM - 1:00AM - Jack tries to stop Palmer from making a mistake. 216 Day 2: 11:00PM - 12:00AM - Syed Ali is assasinated. 215 Day 2: 10:00PM - 11:00PM - Jack manages to escape nuclear destruction, thanks to George Mason. 214 Day 2: 9:00PM - 10:00PM - The real bomb is found. 213 Day 2: 8:00PM - 9:00PM - Jack comes across a bomb, but it turns out to be a decoy. 212 Day 2: 7:00PM - 8:00PM - Jack finally breaks Syed Ali by threatening to kill his children. 211 Day 2: 6:00PM - 7:00PM - Jack tries to catch Syed Ali and Palmer resorts to torture tactics. 210 Day 2: 5:00PM - 6:00PM - Marie ends up being the terrorist. 209 Day 2: 4:00PM - 5:00PM - Jack is taken hostage by Nina who threatens to kill him. 208 Day 2: 3:00PM - 4:00PM - Nina kills Faheen after learning the location of the bomb. 207 Day 2: 2:00PM - 3:00PM - Jack tracks down the terrorist Nina aided and Reza and his to-be father-in-law are taken to CTU. 206 Day 2: 1:00PM - 2:00PM - Palmer's wife Sherry shows up. 205 Day 2: 12:00PM - 1:00PM - Jack confronts Nina. 204 Day 2: 11:00AM - 12:00PM - Jack finally tracks down Joseph Wald and realises Nina is also behind the nuclear attack in LA. 203 Day 2: 10:00AM - 11:00AM - The CTU is blown up. 202 Day 2: 9:00AM - 10:00AM - Jack tries to infiltrate a terrorist group. 201 Day 2: 8:00AM - 9:00AM - Palmer, now President, calls on Jack to stop another terrorist plot. 124 11:00PM - 12:00AM - In the final episode, Jack finishes off the Drazens, but has to deal with a painful loss. 123 10:00PM - 11:00PM - Jack finally uncovers the mole at CTU. 122 9:00PM - 10:00PM - Palmer convinces Mason to try to rescue Jack. 121 8:00PM - 9:00PM - Kim is kidnapped again and Jack is taken prisoner by the Drazens. 120 7:00PM - 8:00PM - Jack runs into Victor Drazen in a prison. 119 6:00PM - 7:00PM - Jack ends up coming across a secret prison while hunting clues for the terrorists. 118 5:00PM - 6:00PM - Jack imitates Alexis and Palmer prepares to go public with his personal situation. 117 4:00PM - 5:00PM - Jack enlists Palmer's aide to track Alexis Drazen, but she kills him. 116 3:00PM - 4:00PM - Teri loses her memory and Jack goes after the Drazens. 115 2:00PM - 3:00PM - Jack and Palmer finally meet and put the whole thing together. 114 1:00PM - 2:00PM - Jack is de-briefed and finally meets up with Palmer. 113 12:00PM - 1:00PM - Gaines is killed and Palmer realises that power comes with a price. 112 11:00AM - 12:00PM - Jack finally reunites with his family. 111 10:00AM - 11:00AM - Jack reunites with "Alan York" and uncovers a Serbian/Bosnian connection to the plot to kill Palmer. 110 9:00AM - 10:00AM - Jack contacts his wife and tries to rescue her. 109 8:00AM - 9:00AM - Jack escapes from custody to go after his family. 108 7:00AM - 8:00AM - Jack is considered a threat to Palmer, and the assasination attempt is foiled. 107 6:00AM - 7:00AM - Jack pretends to kill Nina. 106 5:00AM - 6:00AM - Jack continues his search for Kim and David Palmer confronts his wife. 105 4:00AM - 5:00AM - Jack tracks his daughter and Palmer confronts his son. 104 3:00AM - 4:00AM - Jack's team faces a lockdown. 103 2:00AM - 3:00AM - Jack confronts his colleague, and Janet and Kimberly almost escape from their kidnappers. 102 1:00AM - 2:00AM - Jack and his partner are shot at and the bad FBI agent turns out to be Jack's partner. 101 12:00AM - 1:00AM - Jack Bauer and his team are on the trail of a person who wishes to assassinate a Presidential candidate who is black.
410 Awakening - Angel confronts his evil alter-ego, Angelus. 219 Belonging - Cordelia's visions are used to help kill a Drokken. 202 Are You Now or Have You Ever Been - Angel's past from 50 years ago returns to haunt him. 109 Hero - Angel and Doyle protect mixed-blood demons from an army of pure-bloods bent on eradicating them.
? - Zeke has to a kill a boy who was abused as a child.
722 Chosen - In the final episode, Buffy and her friends enter hellmouth to destroy the first once and for all. 706 Him - Dawn falls for a boy in her school. 705 Selfless - Anya becomes a vengeance demon again. 701 Lessons - The people killed at Springfield High continue to live on. 622 Grave - In the season finale, Willow tries to destroy the world to avenge Tara's death; Giles returns; Spike gets a soul. 621 Two to Go - In the season finale, Willow tries to destroy the world to avenge Tara's death; Giles returns; Spike gets a soul. 608 Tabula Rasa - Willow casts spells to make everyone forget who they are. 607 Once More, With Feeling - The Sunnydale gang break out in song in a lame episode. 604 Flooded - Giles takes Willow to task for bringing Buffy back and Buffy finds it hard to adjust being alive again. 603 After Life - A demon that returned along with Buffy seeks vengeance. 602 Bargaining - Buffy returns from the dead. 601 Bargaining - Buffy returns from the dead. 520 Spiral - Glory takes away Dawn from Buffy as they're on the run. 512 Checkpoint - Buffy holds the key that a god wants and the council of watchers want to test her. 507 Fool for Love - Spike details how he killed two slayers but can't kill Buffy because he loves her. 506 Family - Tara's family reveals that she's a demon. 505 No Place Like Home - Buffy discovers the truth about her sister being a key. 504 Out of My Mind - The Initiative's tests threaten Riley's life. 503 The Replacement - Zander is split in two. 502 Real Me - Buffy and her sister clash. 501 Buffy vs. Dracula - Buffy meets Dracula. 422 Restless - The first slayer's essence haunts the dreams of Buffy, Willow, and Giles, and Xander since their minds merged together to defeat Adam. 421 Primeval - Buffy finally defeats Adam's plan to create a race of demon/human hybrids. 419 New Moon Rising - Oz returns to Sunnydale to win back Willow but loses it when she finds out who she's with. 418 Where the Wild Things Are - Buffy and Riley unleash a powerful supernatural force. 416 Who Are You - Buffy and Faith trade places. 412 A New Man - Giles turns into a demon. 410 Hush - Everyone in Sunnydale lose their voice. 409 Something Blue - Spike and Buffy want to get married as Willow forces her will on people. 408 Pangs - Indian spirits arise on Thanksgiving to re-create wrongs done to their people. 407 The Initiative - Riley working in some lame undercover organisation hunting vampires (most notably Spike) falls for Buffy. 406 Wild At Heart - Oz finds a female werewolf, eventually kills her, and leaves Willow. 405 Beer Bad - Buffy and a bunch of others drink beer that turns them into proto-humans. 322 Graduation Day - Buffy cures Angel with her blood and defeats the Mayor of Sunnydale who "ascends" to become a fearsome demon, and the gang graduate from High School. 321 Graduation Day - Buffy renounces the Council of Watchers, and puts Faith in a coma after Faith shoots Angel with a poisoned arrow. 317 Enemies - Faith teams up with the Mayor and tries to make Angel evil again. 315 Consequences - Faith kills a human but blames Buffy for it. 314 Bad Girls - Buffy starts using Faith as a role model that ends up in Faith killing the mayor's deputy. 313 The Zeppo - Xander tries to prove himself useful. 312 Helpless - Buffy is tested by the Council of Watchers on her 18th birthday and Giles is fired. 311 Gingerbread - Buffy's mum heads a witch hunt inspired by Hansel and Gretel who really is a demon. 310 Amends - On Christmas, Angel is haunted by those he killed before. 308 Lover's Walk - Spike returns to punish those responsible for breaking up his relationship. 307 Revelations - Angel returns and a new watcher to take care of Faith shows up. 306 Band Candy - Mr. Trick gives chocolate that makes adults act like teens. 303 Faith, Hope & Trick - Faith as well as ancient villain with hoofs shows up, and Angel returns. 215 Phases - Oz learns that he's a werewolf. 214 Innocence - Angel becomes bad after having sex with Buffy and recruits the Judge to wreak havoc on Sunnydale. 213 Surprise - Angel has sex with Buffy. 112 Prophecy Girl - Buffy wants to give up slaying to live a normal life, but her plans go awry when the Earth cracks open and an army of demons emerges. 111 Out of Mind, Out of Sight - A girl becomes invisible after being ignored by everyone and goes after Cordelia. 108 I Robot, You Jane - A demon goes into the Internet. 107 Angel-episode - Buffy learn's Angel's secret and her mum is almost killed. 102 The Harvest - Buffy fights the Master. 101 Welcome to the Hellmouth - Buffy tries to start afresh at Sunnydale.
101 Ethaniel's Story - An intergalactic assassin arrives on Earth to stop a fellow alien from destroying humanity.
221 Freak Nation - Max and her fellow mutants finally come into the light. 220 Love Among the Runes - Max discovers she's related in a way to White. 219 She Ain't Heavy - Max's clone shows up. 218 Dawg Day Afternoon - Max attempts to rescue Joshua who is trapped in sewers with Annie who is killed by White. 217 Hello Goodbye - The existence of Manticore is finally brought to light to the general public. 216 Exposure - Max tracks down White's son. 215 Fuhgeddaboudit - Max encounters a transgenic who can manipulate minds. 214 Live in Vein - A Manicore escapee named Marrow creates a cult. 213 Harbor Lights - Max is shot and sought after by CDC and White. 211 The Berrisford Agenda - Alec remembers an old assasination in a painful manner. 210 Brainiac - A brilliant X5 helps Max out. 209 Medium Is the Message - Max and Logan search for White's son, and Joshua becomes a painter. 208 Gill Girl - Max and Alec race to free a female, aquatic creature that was accidentally captured at sea. 207 Some Assembly Required - Zack returns as a cyborg of sorts. 206 Two - Joshua is suspected of murder. 205 Boo - Max invites Joshua to a Halloween party after being mean to him. 204 Radar Love - A disease that threatens people with a particular genetic profile is used to target Max and her peers. 203 Proof of Purchase - Max's barcode becomes an object of interest and Lydecker apparently dies. 201 Designate This - Max escapes from a Manticore prison and reunites with Logan (second season premiere). 122 ...And Jesus Brought A Casserole - Zack kills himself to save Max who is recaptured by Manticore. 121 Meow - Max is in heat and she and Zack track down Tinga. 120 Hit a Sista Back - Max helps save Tinga's son, but Tinga is taken prisoner. 119 I and I am a Camera - Max fights killer hovercrafts. 115 Female Trouble - Max runs into Jace. 114 The Kidz are Aiight - Max rescues Zack. 112 Art Attack - Max goes to a wedding with Logan and saves Normal's life. 109 Blah Blaf Woof Woof - Lydecker puts a bounty on Max's head. 108 Cold Comfort - Max and Zack team up to save a fellow Manticore escapee. 107 Prodigy - Max meets Lydecker at a conference. 106 411 On The DL - Max's meeting with Zack isn't what she expects it to be. 104 Flushed - Max lands in jail. 103 Heat - Max finds the woman who saved her life. 102 Pilot - Max, a genetically-enhanced human, becomes a reluctant crusader against evil. 101 Pilot - Max, a genetically-enhanced human, becomes a reluctant crusader against evil.
215 Haunted(EN) - George reaps a bunch of serial killer victims and finally repeats the killer himself. 214 Always - Mason gets kicked out of the Waffle Haus. 213 Last Call - Mason thinks he's going to stop being a reaper since he got a purple post-it. 212 Forget Me Not - Ray and Mason fight for Daisy's affection and Ray dies and becomes a reaper. 211 Ashes to Ashes - George tries to pass herself off as a relative to a homeless man. 210 Death Defying - George goes crazy when Trip doesn't call her. 209 Be Still My Heart - George goes to the funeral for Trip's dad. 208 The Escape Artist - George falls for the son of a reap. 207 Rites of Passage - George gets to reap a rock star. 206 In Escrow - Reggie's mom goes out on a day and leaves Reggie alone. 205 Hurry - Daisy goes speed dating. 204 The Shallow End - George becomes mean. 203 Ghost Story - George goes to a Happy Time retreat. 202 The Ledger - George finds out that her home is about to be sold. 201 Send in the Clown - Mason becomes a mean clown. 113 Rest in Peace - George visits her own grave and tries to get her job back. 112 Vacations - The reapers take time off. 111 Nighthawks - The reapers have to evaluate themselves. 110 The Bicycle Thief - George has a going away party at Happy Time. 109 Business Unfinished - The reapers hold a seance for a determined ghost. 108 Sunday Mornings - George discovers that her father is not the person she thought he was. 107 A Cook - George adopts a dog and Rube becomes a cook. 106 Reaper Madness - George gets involved with a schizophrenic about to die. 105 My Room - George has a new partner when Betty leaves. 104 Reaping Havoc - George decides that even grim reapers need friends. 103 Reapercussions - George learns the price of not performing her duties. 102 Curious George - George discovers the price when the dead hang on to their past. 101 Dead Girl Walking - George tries to shirk her duties as a grim reaper with dire consequences. M2 Pilot - In the second part of the first episode, George gets used to being a grim reaper. M1 Pilot - In the first part of the first episode, George is killed by a piece of Mir and becomes a grim reaper.
102 Superfriends - A woman wants a new start with her best friend, a man she secretly loves; a man wants to become a superhero for his son; the trash man makes life miserable.
421 We're So Screwed Trilogy: Part III: La B - Crichton retreives Stark and destroys the flower that the Scarrans need with a nuclear weapon. 418 Prayer - Crichton goes after Aeryn after striking a deal with Scorpius. 417 A Constellation of Doubt - Crichton watches how the media treats the behaviour of Moya's crew on earth. 416 Bringing Home the Beacone - The crew discover that Aeryn is a bioloid. 415 Mental as Anything - Scorpius puts the crew through some mental training exercises. 414 Twice Shy - The crew of Moya is attacked by a spider impersonating a slave girl who sucks their life energies. 412 Kansas - Crichton and Moya's crew are on Earth, but in the past. 410 Coup by Clam - The crew partake some oysters that ends up with them being linked together. 409 A Perfect Murder - The crew of Moya is converted into assassins by a person who can breed bugs. 408 I Shrink Therefore I Am - Moya is taken over a band of bounty hunters and the crew is shrunk. 405 Promises - Crichton and Aeryn reunite. 403 What Was Lost (2): Resurrection - The Farscape crew must escape from a planet affected by radiation. 322 Dog With Two Bones - In the season finale, Crichton and Aeryn go their separate ways as Moya buries Talyn. 321 Into the Lion's Den: Wolf in Sheep's Clo - John and co. manage to blow up Scorpius' command carrier. 319 I-Yensch, You-Yensch - D'Argo and Rigel make a deal with Scorpius as Talyn needs to be shutdown since he is too paranoid. 318 Fractures - The crew encounters a group of escaped Peacekeeper prisoners including a Nebari, a Scarran and a female Hynerian. 316 Revenging Angel - Moya is disabled and Crichton goes into a coma and fights Dargo like the Roadrunner fought Wile E. Coyote. 313 Scratch N' Sniff - Chiana and Jool are almost killed on a planet of pleasure where a pleasuring drug is obtained from the senal gland of humanoids. 312 Meltdown - Talyn feels compelled to fly into a sun. 309 Losing Time - Energy riders take over the bodies of Moya's crew, including the pilot. 308 Green Eyed Monster - The crew is in jeopardy after being swallowed by a giant Budong. 306 Eat Me - A brain-sucking alien and a pack of crazed Xarai threaten D'Argo, Chiana and Jool. 305 Different Destinations - The crew is thrust back in time and must effect a change in an ancient war. 304 Self-Inflicted Wounds: Wait for the Whee - Moya gets pulled into a wormhole and Zhaan dies. 302 Suns and Lovers - Dargo finds out about Jeanna sleeping with Jothi and Moya is trapped. 301 Season of Death - Moya's crew tries to resolve its issues before Scorpius attacks. 222 Die Me, Dichotomy - Crichton (controlled by Scorpius) kills Aeryn and has his chip removed, which is taken from him. 220 Liars, Guns, and Money: Plan B - Crichton is rescued by Aeryn. 219 Liars, Guns and Money: With Friends Like - Dargo reunites with his son but Crichton loses his freedom. 216 The Locket - Crichton and Aeryn grow old as Moya is trapped in a mist where time slows down. 215 Won't Get Fooled Again - Crichton's capture by a Scarren forces him to trust his enemy, Scorpius. 214 Beware of Dog - A parasite takes over Rigel's body. 213 Look at the Princess: The Maltese Cricht - Crichton finally gets to escape his marriage vows. 212 Look at the Princess: I Do, I Think - Crichton finalises the marriage with a princess. 211 Look at the Princess: A Kiss Is but a Ki - Crichton ends up marrying a princess. 210 My Three Crichtons - Crichton is split into two more parts: his genetic past and future. 202 Mind the Baby - Crais interfaces with Talon. 121 Bone to Be Wild - Crichton and co. encounter a carnivorous alien that feeds on bones. 120 The Hidden Memory - Crichton is rescued from Scorpius by Aeryn and co. and Moya delivers her baby. 119 Nerve - Crichton infiltrates a hidden Peacekeeper base to save Aeryn. 118 A Bug's Life - An alien virus goes from member to member of Moya's crew. 117 Through the Looking Glass - Moya enters a different dimension during a starburst. 116 A Human Reaction - Crichton returns back to Earth but finds that the wormhole he has travelled through causes great change. 115 Durka Returns - Durka, who once tormented Rygel, returns after some brainwashing. 114 Jeremiah Crichton - Crichton ends up being abandoned on a "primitive" planet. 113 The Flax - Crichton and Aeryn are trapped in a black hole-like entity. 112 Rhapsody in Blue - Zahn tries to cure Tahleen's madness but ends up being betrayed. 111 Till the Blood Runs Clear - Crichton tries to recreate a wormhole to return back to Earth. 110 They've Got a Secret - Moya is found to be pregnant. 108 That Old Black Magic - Zhaan uses her powers to save Crichton from an evil sorceror. 107 PK Tech Girl - Crichton must save Moya from attack by a race of scavengers. 107 I, E.T. - Moya crash lands on a planet to avoid being traced by the Peacekeepers. 106 Thank God It's Friday, Again - Crichton must free D'Argo from the influences of a thought-altering plant. 105 Back and Back and Back to the Future - A sensual alien seduces men to obtain a weapon of mass destruction as Crichton experiences mental flashes of the future. 102 Exodus from Genesis - The crew play host to space cockroaches. 101 Premiere - In the first episode, John Crichton ends up far away from Earth after being pulled through a wormhole, and finds himself on a prisoner convoy.
107 Community - Think Stepford Wives. 105 Eater - A female cop babysits a cannibalistic murderer. 104 In Sickness and in Health - A serial killer about get married has their truth exposed. 103 Family Man - A serial killer and a "family man" exchange bodies with irony (this is one of my favourite episodes of this show). 102 Spooked - An excop stakes out a haunted house. 101 The Sacrifice - A mysterious creatures picks off stranded people.
115 Objects in Space - A bounty hunter goes after River. 114 Heart of Gold - Inara says that she'll leave. 113 The Message - A compatriot of Mal is shipped dead to him. 112 Trash - Mal reunites with his ex-wife. 111 War Stories - Mal gets captured and is rescued by the crew. 110 Ariel - The doctor and his sister get captured. 109 Out of Gas - A fire causes a loss of oxygen. 108 Jaynestown - Jayne is considered a hero on a settlement. 107 Our Mrs. Reynolds - Mal gets married. 106 Safe - The doctor and his sister are kidnapped. 105 Shindig - Mal gets into a duel. 104 Bushwhacked - The crew encounter an abandoned ship. 103 The Train Job - The crew steals medicine from a train. 102 Serenity - The story of how the crew gets together is illustrated. 101 Serenity - The story of how the crew gets together is illustrated.
70 The Spirit of Television - A psychic uses a TV set to kill her clients and stall her own death. 68 My Wife as a Dog - A man's wish for his wife to be more like his dog comes true. 65 Year of the Monkey - The three monkeys test the children of a Japanese industrialist. 60 Night Prey - A man whose wife becomes a vampire takes revenge. 59 Hate on Your Dial - A car radio sends a bigot back to 1954 who ends up being killed by his own racist father. 58 Bad Penny - Johnny uses a magic coin to bring back his father to life, a coin that was used to kill and bring back Micki. 57 Stick It in Your Ear - A hearing aid allows a person to read minds, provided he kills for the ability. 52 The Prisoner - A prisoner wearing an invisible jacket kills his former accomplices. 46 A Friend to the End - Micki's newphew becomes friends with a boy who's a ghost. 44 Wedding Bell Blues - A cursed pool cue ensures a hustler's winning streak and hastens his wedding. 35 Read My Lips - A ventriloquist's dummy becomes alive and starts killing. 31 And Now the News - A doctor uses a magic radio to cure her psychotic patients while killing those under the care of a competing colleague. 29 Master of Disguise - Micki falls for an actor whose makeup comes from victims' blood. 28 Symphony in B Sharp - A violinists maimed hands are restored temporarily when he kills. 25 What a Mother Wouldn't Do - A magical cradle compels parents to kill to save their sick baby's life. 24 Badge of Honor - A police officer uses a magic badge to get revenge. 23 The Pirate's Promise - A pirate captain returns to kill the descendants of those who mutinied against him. 22 Pipe Dream - Ryan's estranged father uses a hexed pipe to kill people. 18 Brain Drain - A supposedly dumb person uses a primitive disease to absorb other people's knowledge. 9 The Root of All Evil - A mulching machine is used to turn people into money. 8 Hellowe'en - A Halloween party results in the dead spirit of Uncle Lewis being summoned up. 7 Shadow Boxer - A boxer uses special gloves that enables his shadow to kill. 6 The Great Montarro - Death defying magical tricks are performed at the cost of someone real dying as a sacrifice. 5 Dr. Jack - A surgical knife used by Jack the Ripper can be used to kill as well as save lives. 2 Poison Pen - Ryan and Micki pose as monks retreive a mystical quill pen which can be used to kill with the written word.
114 Ability - A toxin makes people's faces disappear. 107 In Which We Meet Mr. Jones - A strange parasite shows up in an FBI agent.
515 Bender Should Not Be Allowed on TV - Bender lands a role in a soap opera. 512 Spanish Fry - Fry's nose is stolen. 509 The Sting - The crew goes off get some honey from giant space bees. 508 The Why of Fry - Fry becomes important for a few seconds in his life. 507 Teenage Mutant Leela's Hurdles - Hot tar makes the professor younger, while the others are transformed into babies. 503 The Route of All Evil - Bender is pregnant with beer and kids try to compete with Planet Express. 502 Jurassic Bark - Fry tries to reunite with his old dog. 501 Crimes of the Hot - In the season premiere, the gang try to stop global warming caused by robot exhaust. 416 Three Hundred Big Boys - Everyone gets a tax refund and spend it in crazy ways. 412 Where No Fan Has Gone Before - Fry and the crew parody a variety of Star Trek-like scenarios in an effort to rescue the lost episodes. 411 30 Percent Iron Chef - Bender becomes the Iron Chef. 410 A Leela of Her Own - Leela becomes the worst baseball player in history. 409 Futurestock - Fry befriends another person from the 80s who hands over the Professor's company to Mom. 408 Godfellas - Bender is lost in space. 407 A Pharaoh to Remember - Bender and the crew are recruited to construct a giant pyramid. 406 Where Buggalo Roam - Kif tries to win the approval of Amy's parents. 405 Leela's Homeworld - Leela discovers the truth about her parents. 405 A Taste of Freedom - Zoidberg is sentenced to death for eating Earth's flag. 404 Less Than Hero - Fry, Leela, and Bender form a superhero team. 403 Love & Rocket - Bender dumps the Planet Express Ship (this episode had a great chance to parody Homer Simpson's trip to space parodying 2001: A Space Odyssey but it blew it). 402 A Tale of Two Santas - Bender is declared the new Santa after the evil Santabot is frozen on Neptune. 401 Kif Gets Knocked Up a Notch - Kif gets pregnant by Amy. 319 Roswell That Ends Well - The crew travels back in time and is implicated in the Roswell alien incident; Fry turns out to be his own grandfather/grandson. 318 Anthology of Interest 2 - Bender, Fry, and Leela ask questions of the What If? machine. 315 I Dated A Robot - Fry falls in love with a Lucy Liu robot. 314 Time Keeps on Slipping - Fry and co. interfere with the time/space continuum. 313 Bendin' in the Wind - Bender is incapacitated and teams up with Beck. 311 Insane in the Mainframe - Fry and Bender are sent to serve time in an insane asylum. 310 Luck of the Fryrish - Fry finds his seven leaf clover. 309 The Cyber House Rules - Bender adopts twelve kids and Leela undergoes a plastic surgery operation to have two eyes. 309 Birdbot of Ice-Catraz - Bender becomes captain and causes an environmental disaster. 306 Bendlesslove - Bender meets a fembot in a bending factory. 305 Amazon Women in the Mood - The crew end up on a planet of Amazons ruled by a Fembot. 304 Parasites Lost - Fry becomes smart after being infected by worms. 303 The Cryonic Woman - Bender and Fry lose their jobs and Pauly Shore turns up and steals Fry's "girlfriend". 218 The Honking - Bender inherits a castle and is possessed. 217 War Is the H-Word - Fry and Bender join the military. 216 The Deep South - Fry and the gang go fishing and find the lost city of Atlanta. 216 Anthology of Interest 1 - The What If? machine is used to ask inane questions (includes parodies of Iron Man (the song by Black Sabbath), Giant Robot, The Iron Giant, and Godzilla). 214 Mother's Day - Mom's robots revolt. 214 How Hermes Requisitioned His Groove Back - Hermes deals with Central Bureacracy after being sent away. 213 Bender Gets Made - Bender joins the robot mafia. 213 A Bicyclops Built for Two - Leela thinks she has found someone just like her (male cyclops). 212 Raging Bender - Bender begins to wrestle. 211 Lesser of Two Evils - Another robot that looks like Bender shows up. 208 Xmas Story - Santa Claus in 3000 is a giant robot. 207 Put Your Head On My Shoulders - Fry and Amy spend Valentine's Day together. 207 A Head in the Polls - Richard Nixon's head runs for President using Bender's Body. 203 When Aliens Attack - Aliens from Omnicron Persei 8 threaten to destroy earth unless the final episode of Single Female Lawyer is shown. 202 Mars University - Fry drops out again from Mars University. 201 I Second That Emotion - Nibbler gets flushed down the sewers. 106 A Fishful of Dollars - Anchovies become a valuable commodity. 104 Love's Labors Lost in Space - Leela first meets Zapp Brannigan. 103 I, Roommate - Bender and Fry become roomates. 102 The Series has Landed - Bender discovers the first moon landing site. ENKNF Why Must I Be a Crustacean in Love? - Dr. Zoidberg returns to his home planet for mating. ENKNF That's Lobstertainment - Dr. Zoidberg goes to Hollywood. ENKNF Space Pilot 3000 - A delivery boy is frozen for 1000 years (pilot episode). ENKNF My Problem with Popplers - The crew discovers a source of food that turns out to be sentient. ENKNF I Second That Emotion - Bender flushes Leela's pet (Nibbler) down the toilet. ENKNF Hell is Other Robots - Bender goes to robot hell. ENKNF Fry and the Slurm Factory - The group visits the Slurm factory on the planet Slurm. ENKNF Brannigan, Begin Again - Leela faces mutiny. ENKNF Anthology of Interest 2 - The professor invents a "What If" machine. ENKNF A Flight to Remember - The movie Titanic is parodied. ENKNF A Clone of My Own - The professor is about to die and invents a clone to replace him.
107 A Three Hour Tour - Frank is nursed by a reclusive family after he has an accident. 106 Nocturne - Frank is inhabited by the ghost of a police officer killed by someone in the department.
325 An Invisible Thread - The heroes fight a set of villains led by Skylar again. 324 I Am Sylar - The heroes fight a set of villains led by Skylar again. 323 1961 - The heroes fight a set of villains led by Skylar again. 322 Turn and Face the Strange - The heroes fight a set of villains led by Skylar again. 321 Into Asylum - The heroes fight a set of villains led by Skylar again. 320 Cold Snap - The heroes fight a set of villains led by Skylar again. 319 Shades of Gray - The heroes fight a set of villains led by Skylar again. 318 Exposed - The heroes fight a set of villains led by Skylar again. 317 Cold Wars - The heroes fight a set of villains led by Skylar again. 316 Building 26 - The heroes fight a set of villains led by Skylar again. 315 Trust and Blood - The heroes fight a set of villains led by Skylar again. 314 (Volume Four: Fugitives) A Clear and - The heroes fight a set of villains led by Skylar again. 313 Dual - The heroes fight a set of villains led by Skylar again. 312 Our Father - The heroes fight a set of villains led by Skylar again. 311 The Eclipse: Part 2 - The heroes fight a set of villains led by Skylar again. 310 The Eclipse: Part 1 - The heroes fight a set of villains led by Skylar again. 309 It's Coming - The heroes fight a set of villains led by Skylar again. 308 Villains - The heroes fight a set of villains led by Skylar again. 307 Eris Quod Sum - The heroes fight a set of villains led by Skylar again. 306 Dying of the Light - The heroes fight a set of villains led by Skylar again. 305 Angels And Monsters - The heroes fight a set of villains led by Skylar again. 304 I Am Become Death - The heroes fight a set of villains led by Skylar again. 303 One of Us, One of Them - The heroes fight a set of villains led by Skylar again. 302 The Butterfly Effect - The heroes fight a set of villains led by Skylar again. 301 (Volume Three: Villains) The Second - The heroes fight a set of villains led by Skylar again. 123 How to stop an exploding man - In the final episode of this series, the good heroes save the world. 122 Landslide - Everyone goes after Linderman. 121 The Hard Part - Hiro finds it hard to kill a Skylar who's unsure of himself. 120 Five Years Gone - Hiro and his future self confront themselves in the future and find that things haven't gone the way they should've. 119 Point zero seven percent - Is it worth it to achieve homo superior?. 118 Parasite - Suresh and Xylar have a confrontation. 117 Company Man - Bennet's role in dealing with the heroes is revealed. 116 Unexpected - Xyler and Suresh team up to work together, as Peter and Isaac have a confrontration. 115 Run! - Niki reasserts herself strongly. 114 Distractions - Hiro meets his sister and father; Claire meets her mother. 113 The Fix - Hiro tries to find the real sword to channel is ability is chased by weird people. 112 Godsend - Matt reveals his ability to his wife and Peter meets Claude. 111 Fallout - Mohinder returns after Eden dies. 109 Homecoming - The origins of the events that created Heroes is presented. 108 Seven Minutes to Midnight - . 107 Nothing to Hide - . 106 Better Halves - . 105 Hiros - . 104 Collision - Peter is warned of the impending danger by Hiro. 103 One Giant Leap - Claire is almost killed by Brody but survives as her father takes "revenge". 102 Don't Look Back - The "hero" characters explore their power. 101 (Volume One: Genesis) In His Own Image - A group of people across the world discover they have weird powers.
10 Dragon's Brood - Skeletor and his crew train dragons to attack the Masters.
524 Both Sides Now - House treats a patient with a split brain. 523 Under My Skin - House stops hallucinating. 522 A House Divided - House throws a bachelor party for Chase. 521 Saviors - An environmental idealist is saved. 520 Simple Explanation - Kutner is no more. 519 Locked In - House cures a patient who can't communicate normally. 518 Here Kitty - A cat allegedly able to predict death confounds House. 517 The Social Contract - House treats an editor with an insulting personality. 516 The Softer Side - House goes on methadone and becomes nicer, but makes diagnostic mistakes. 515 Unfaithful - Jesus shows up at your doorstep. 514 The Greater Good - A doctor turned chef is the patient. 513 Big Baby - Cameron takes over for Cuddy and clashes with House. 511 Joy to the World - A high school student trips and the first case of human parthenogenesis occurs. 510 Let Them Eat Cake - A stomach stapled person is treated. 509 Last Resort - A gunman holds a gun to House's head and demands he be diagnosed. 508 Emancipation - An emancipated teenager hides from her parents. 507 The Itch - An agoraphobic is treated in his house. 506 Joy - Cuddy names her daughter. 505 Lucky Thirteen - Thirteen hooks up with a one night stand who has a seizure. 504 Birthmarks - An adopted Asian woman tries to meet her biological parents. 503 Adverse Events - A patient on drug trials needs to be treated. 502 Not Cancer - House tackles multiple patients from a transplanted cornea. 501 Dying changes everything - House works on a pregnant woman and tries to keep Wilson from leaving. 324 Human Error - Foreman leaves the team. 323 The Jerk - Tritter, a cop, goes after House in Season 3. 322 Resignation - Tritter, a cop, goes after House in Season 3. 321 Family - Tritter, a cop, goes after House in Season 3. 320 House Training - Tritter, a cop, goes after House in Season 3. 319 Act Your Age - Tritter, a cop, goes after House in Season 3. 318 Airborne - Tritter, a cop, goes after House in Season 3. 317 Fetal Position - Tritter, a cop, goes after House in Season 3. 316 Top Secret - Tritter, a cop, goes after House in Season 3. 315 Half-Wit - Tritter, a cop, goes after House in Season 3. 314 Insensitive - Tritter, a cop, goes after House in Season 3. 313 Needle in a Haystack - Tritter, a cop, goes after House in Season 3. 312 One Day, One Room - Tritter, a cop, goes after House in Season 3. 311 Words and Deeds - Tritter, a cop, goes after House in Season 3. 310 Merry Little Christmas - Tritter, a cop, goes after House in Season 3. 309 Finding Judas - Tritter, a cop, goes after House in Season 3. 308 Whac-A-Mole - Tritter, a cop, goes after House in Season 3. 307 Son of Coma Guy - Tritter, a cop, goes after House in Season 3. 306 Que Sera Sera - Tritter, a cop, goes after House in Season 3. 305 Fools for Love - Tritter, a cop, goes after House in Season 3. 304 Lines in the Sand - The teenager continues her infatution with House. 303 Informed Consent - A teenager becomes infatuated with House. 302 Cane and Able - House treats an alleged alien abductee. 301 Meaning - House saves an allegedly braindead cancer patient. 220 Euphoria 1 - An inner city police officer is in trouble. 219 House vs. God - House goes against God and comes out even, even though I think he won. 217 All In - A six year old has the same ailment as House's deceased last patient. 210 Failure to Communicate - House defends his billing practices. 122 Honeymoon - House cures Stacy's Husband Mark by using procedures that are against his wishes. 121 Acceptance - House presents a lecture to a student explaining how he ended up losing his foot. 120 Love Hurts - House goes on a date with Cameron. 119 Kids - House cures a twelve year old who is pregnant. 118 Babies and Bathwater - House is almost fired, but Cuddy saves him and fires Wilson instead. 117 Role Model - House saves a senator even as Vogler pushes to persuade House to bend to his demands as Wilson is fired. 116 Heavy - House is asked by Vogler to fire one of his doctors. 115 Mob Rules - House saves the life of a mobster who is gay. 114 Control - House saves the life of a businesswoman by risking his license. 113 Cursed - House saves the life of a young boy whose father has lied about his past. 112 Sports Medicine - House cures an athlete who's poisoned by cadmium-grown Marijuana. 111 Detox - House saves the life of a teenager while going through withdrawal. 110 Histories - House is unable to save a homeless woman who blames herself for the death of her husband and son. 109 DNR - House saves a jazz musician who doesn't want to be saved. 108 Poison - House cures two teenagers who've been poisoned by contaminants in new unwashed clothes. 107 Fidelity - House cures a woman whose sickness is caused by affair. 106 The Socratic Method - House cures a woman who is schizophrenic. 105 Damned If You Do - House cures a nun by determining the source of allergic reaction. 104 Maternity - House cures an infection that is affecting the maternity ward, but needs to sacrifice one of the babies to do so. 103 Occam's Razor - House cures a teenager who was prescribed the wrong medicine. 102 Paternity - House cures a teenager who was adopted with uncertain genetic history. 101 Pilot - House cures a teacher having seizures due to a tapeworm.
107 Wedding Belles - Robert Evans and Martha Stewart end up being involved. 105 The Nazi Party - Evans joins the Nazi party to expose a Hollywood Nazi. 102 The F-U Soup - Robert Evans and Slash go to Nepal to get some Yak's milk to make soup. 101 Hip Hop to the Godfather - Robert Evans directs a hip-hop play based on the Godfather.
1318 Uh-Oh Canada - Boomhauer switches house with some Canadians. 1317 Manger Baby Einstein - Luanne's hand puppets are discovered. 1316 Bad News Bill - Bobby restarts baseball and Hank resupports him. 1314 Born Again on the Fourth of July - Bobby rebels against Hank on July 4. 1313 Nancy Does Dallas - Nancy gets hired at a news station in Dallas but flops. 1311 Bway My Nose - Hank gets a nose job. 1310 Master of Puppets - Hank and Peggy vie for Bobby's attention. 1309 What Happens at the National Propane Con - Buck Strickland gets inducted into the Propane Hall of Fame. 1308 Lucky See, Monkey Do - Peggy throws a baby shower party for Luanne as Lucky decides to learn based on what a monkey would do. 1307 Straight as an Arrow - The Straight Arrow order is revived again, but in a wimpier fashion. 1306 A Bill Full of Dollars - Peggy loses money in the stock market. 1305 No Bobby Left Behind - Bobby and his friends must pass a standardised test at the Tom Landy middle school. 1304 Lost in MySpace - Strickland Propane goes on to MySpace with disastrous consequences. 1303 Square-Footed Monster - A new "speculative" home is built in the Hills' neighbourhood. 1302 Earthy Girls are Easy - Strickland Propane goes green. 1301 Dia-bill-ic Shock - Bill is diagnosed with diabetes and becomes inspiring. 1222 Life: A Loser's Manual - Peggy's jailbird brother moves in with the Hills. 1221 It Came from the Garage - Hank and Bobby build a boat together and Hank is shown to be afraid to bats. 1220 Cops and Robert - Hank invites a fight and Dale works at a Hooters-like place. 1219 Strangeness on a Train - Peggy goes on a murder mystery train for her birthday. 1218 The Courtship of Joseph's Father - Joseph becomes a football star. 1217 Six Characters in Search of a House - Peggy has to sell a house in two weeks. 1216 Pour Some Sugar on Kahn - Minh's father, the General, visits Kahn and Minh. 1215 Behind Closed Doors - A child goes missing in Arlen, and Peggy gets made fun of. 1214 Lady and Gentrification - Hank supervises Enrique's daughter's coming of age (Quinceañera) as Peggy tries to sell a house to a whiny client. 1213 The Accidental Terrorist - Hank turns out to be a bigger sucker than Peggy. 1212 Untitled Blake McCormick Project - Bill entertains a female guest with a daughter, Kate, who shares paternal DNA with Joseph which leads to hilarity (especially given Dale's obliviousness). 1211 Transfascism - Rare foods are banned by Arlen, and Hank rebels. 1210 Doggone Crazy - Ladybird is considered dangerous. 1209 Dream Weaver - Hank tries to get Dale a new job which backfires. 1208 The Minh Who Knew Too Much - Minh becomes an expert marksman at skeet shooting. 1206 Raise the Steaks - Hank goes for organic food. 1205 Death Picks Cotton - Cotton dies. 1204 Four Wave Intersection - Surfers and a heat wave. 1202 Bobby Rae - Bobby leads a walkout. 1112 Lucky's Wedding Suit - Luanne gets married to Lucky who becomes more responsible. 1111 Bill, Bulk and the Body Buddies - Bill becomes a bodybuilder. 1110 Hair Today, Gone Tomorrow - Nancy loses her hair since she ended her affair with John Redcorn. 1109 Peggy's Gone to Pots - Peggy sells real estate. 1108 Grand Theft Arlen - Hank becomes obsessed with a video game. 1107 The Passion of Dauterive - Bill gets involved with Reverend Stroup. 1105 Hank Gets Dusted - ZZ Top (Dusty Hill) brings along a reality TV show. 1104 Luanne Gets Lucky - Luanne finally gets to go to the prom. 1103 Blood and Sauce - Bill's special barbecue sauce is a hit. 1102 SerPUNt - Bobby gets a pet snake. 1101 The Peggy Horror Picture Show - Peggy befriends a transvestite as she makes an effort to look more feminine. 1014 Hank's Bully - A new neighbourhood kid torments Hank. 1013 The Texas Panhandler - Bobby becomes a bum. 1012 24 Hour Propane People - Strickland is banned from a strip club. 1011 Church Hopping - The Hills try new churches after being dissatisfied with their own. 1010 Hank Fixes Everything - Hank help fight a propane price war. 1009 The Year of Washing Dangerously - Kahn buys a car wash shop. 1008 Business Is Picking up This Year - Bobby decides to become garbage collector. 1007 You Gotta Believe (In Moderation) - Hank leads a baseball team. 1006 Orange You Sad I Said Banana? - Kahn tries to reconnect to his Laotian roots. 1004 Harlottown - Arlen becomes a porn haven. 1003 Bill's House - Bill runs a halfway house in his. 1002 Bystand Me - Bobby works a route for a newspaper where Peggy gets a job. 1001 Hank's On Board - Hank tries to prove that he's not uptight. 915 It Ain't Over Till the Fat Neighbor Sing - Bill joins a men's choir. 914 Bobby on Track - Bobby tries out for track. 913 Gone with the Windstorm - Nancy's weather forecasting gets a lift. 912 Smoking & the Bandit - Dale becomes the smoking bandit. 912 Smoking and the Bandit - Dale defies Arlen's smoking ban. 911 Redcorn Gambles With His Future - John Redcorn shows off his musical chops. 910 Arlen City Bomber - Luanne joins a roller derby team. 909 Care-Takin' Care of Business - Hank supports a groundskeeper who lets him down. 907 Enrique-cilable Differences - Enrique turns to Hank for support. 906 The Petriot Act - Hank plays a foster father to a pet. 905 Dale to the Chief - Hank fights to correct an error on his driver's license. 904 Yard, She Blows! - Peggy takes over maintaining Hank's front lawn. 903 Death Buys a Timeshare - Hank tries to persuade Cotton from buying timeshares. 902 Ms. Wakefield - An old lady who used to live in Hank's home returns to die. 901 A Rover Runs Through It - Peggy reunites with her mother. 822 Talking Shop - Bobby becomes a peer counselor. 821 The Redneck on Rainey Street - Kahn decides to become a redneck. 820 Hank's Back - Hank hurts his back and does yoga. 819 Stressed for Success - Bobby's knowledge of pop culture puts him on the quiz team. 818 Girl, You'll Be a Giant Soon - Hank gets upset about a grilling contest based on charcoal. 817 How I Learned To Stop Worrying and Love - Hank organises a reenactment of the Alamo. 816 Daletech - Hank's dad moves in temporarily. 815 Apres Hank Le Deluge - Hank watches over the down dam that leads to him a difficult decision. 814 Dale Be Not Proud - Dale donates his kidney. 813 Cheer Factor - Peggy leads the cheerleading squad. 812 Phish and Wildlife - Bobby goes camping with a bunch of hippies. 811 My Hair Lady - Bill and Luanne become hairstylists. 810 That's What She Said - Hank is the victim of a practical joker at Strickland Propane. 809 Ceci N'est Pas Une King of the Hill - Peggy becomes a sculptor. 808 Rich Hank, Poor Hank - Bobby learns the value of money from Hank. 807 Livin' on Reds, Vitamin C and Propane - Hang rents a big truck rig to transport his grandmother's modest belongings. 806 After the Mold Rush - Hank finds out that he has mold growing in his house. 805 Flirting With the Master - Peggy goes to Mexico. 804 The Incredible Hank - Hank gets a dose of testerone. 803 New Cowboy on the Block - A former Dallas Cowboy threatens Hank's neighbourhood. 802 Reborn to be Wild - Bobby joins a Christian youth group. 801 Patch Boomhauer - Boomhauer's brother gets married to a girl dated by Boomhauer. 723 Witches of East Arlen - In the season finale, Bobby joins a coven after getting hold of a pack of Tarot cards. 722 Maid in Arlen - Kahn's mom works for the Hills and falls for Bill. 721 Night and Deity - Nancy is afraid that Dale's going to have an affair with a bug exterminator. 720 Racist Dawg - A gas repairman accuses Ladybird of being racist. 719 Be True to Your Fool - Hank, Dale, and Boomhauer are infected with lice spread by Bill, after which Hank learns that he has Bill's name tattooed on his head. 718 I Never Promised You an Organic Garden - Bobby grows an organic garden. 715 An Officer and a Gentle Boy - Hank enrolls Bobby in the military academy. 713 The Good Buck - Buck Strickland is mentored by Luanne. 711 The Miseducation of Bobby Hill - Bobby becomes a propane salesman. 711 Boxing Luanne - Luanne takes up boxing and ends up pitted against Freeda foreman. 710 Queasy Rider - Hank and Peggy buy a motorcycle. 709 Vision Quest - John Redcorn convinces Joseph to go on a vision quest. 708 Board Games - Minh, Peggy, and Dale's wife all run for the school board. 707 The Texas Skillsaw Massacre - Hank accidentally cuts off Dale's finger and has to take an anger management class. 706 The Son Also Roses - Bobby stops being the football team's towel manager and grows roses. 705 Megalo Dale - Dale and the gang try to clear up a rat infestation in the Megalomart. 704 Goodbye Normal Jeans - Bobby excels in Home Economics which makes Peggy jealous. 704 Full Metal Dust Jacket - Peggy buys a bookstore. 703 The Fat and the Furious - Bill becomes famous for his Hot Dog eating. 702 Dances With Dogs - Bobby and Hank enter a dog dancing contest. 701 Get Your Freak Off - Bobby gets into a boy band. 623 Returning Japanese - The Hill family go to Japan as Hank meets his long lost half brother. 622 Returning Japanese - The Hill family go to Japan as Hank meets his long lost half brother. 621 Dang Ol' Love - Boomhauer gets his just desserts. 620 Sug Night - Hank dreams about Dale's wife naked. 619 Bad Girls, Bad Girls, Watcha Gonna Do - Bobby falls for Connie's cousin. 618 Texas Skillsaw Episode - Hank is forced to enroll into an anger management class. 616 My Own Private Rodeo - Dale reunites with his gay dad. 615 Fun With Jane and Jane - Luann joins a sorority/cult and Hank has to kill some Emus. 614 Bluegrass Is Always Greener - Connie plays bluegrass and Bobby tries his hand to comedy. 613 Beer and Loathing - Peggy starts working for the Alamo Beer Company. 611 Unfortunate Son - Hank's father moves in with Hank after his veteran's benefits doesn't hold up. 611 A Man Without a Country Club - Hank is strongly recruited to be a member of an all-Asian country club. 610 The Substitute Spanish Prisoner - Peggy gets conned by a conman who she then outcons. 610 Tankin' It to the Streets - Peggy tries to guess the weight of an ice cream and Bill is found to be the victim of a government experiment. 609 Torch Song Hillogy - Hank Hill carries the Olympic torch through Arlen. 608 Of Mice and Little Green Men - Hank and Dale trade parenting roles. 607 I'm with Cupid - Boomhauer gives advice to Bobby. 607 Are You There, God? It's Me, Margaret Hi - Peggy becomes a full time teacher at a Catholic school. 606 Father of the Bride - Bobby and Connie break up. 604 The Father, the Son and J.C. - Peggy tries to improve relations between Hank and his father. 603 Joust Like a Woman - Peggy fights for gender equality. 602 Soldier of Misfortune - Dale becomes president of the local gun club. 525? - Bobby, as the football team's mascot, steals a rival team's mascot. 524 Bobby Goes Nuts - Bobby learns to defend himself from bullies at the local YMCA in a self defense class for females. 523 Pigmalion - A pork magnate takes a liking to Luanne. 522 Kidney Boy and Hamster Girl: A Love Stor - Bobby gets No Doubt to play at the high school dance. 519 Hank's Back Story - Hank needs a fake arse. 518 The Trouble with Gribbles - Dale sues a tobacco company. 516 Luanne Virgin 2.0 - Luanne becomes a born-again virgin. 516 Hank's Choice - Bobby is allergic to Ladybird so Hank builds a new house for her. 514 Now Who's the Dummy? - Bobby becomes a ventriloquist. 513 Lupe's Revenge - Peggy brings back a Mexican girl by mistake. 511 Hank and the Great Glass Elevator - Dale hooks up with Texas exgovernor Ann Richards. 509 The Exterminator - Dale tries a new job. 509 Chasing Bobby - Hank cries about his truck. 508 Twas the Nut Before Christmas - Bill becomes a full time Santa Claus. 507 What Makes Bobby Run? - Bobby becomes the school mascot. 506 Yankee Hankie - Hank finds out that he was born in New York City. 506 When Cotton Comes Marching Home - Cotton is unable to attend a Veteran's Day parade. 504 Spin the Choice - Bobby rejects Thanksgiving. 504 Peggy Makes the Big Leagues - Peggy fails a star quarterback as a substitute teacher. 503 I Don't Want to Wait - Bobby turns thirteen and Joseph hits puberty. 501 The Perils of Polling - Hank loses his interest in George W. Bush because of his handshake. 501 The Buck Stops Here - Bobby caddies for Strickland. 501 It's Not Easy Being Green - Bobby becomes an environmentalist. 423 Transnational Amusements Presents: Peggy - Peggy's feet become objectified. 423 Transnational Amusements Presents: Peggy - Peggy is ashamed of her size 16 shoe size. 423 Peggy's Fan Fair - Randy Travis becomes a villain. 422 Flush with Power - Low-flush toilets create havoc. 421 Nancy's Boys - Nancy and Dale fix their marriage. 420 Meet the Propaniacs - Bobby make propane jokes. 419 Hank's Bad Hair Day - Hank's barber loses it. 418 Won't You Pimai Neighbour - Bobby is thought of as a new Lama reincarnation. 417 Bill of Sales - Peggy takes advantage of Bill's low self-esteem. 416 Movin' On Up - Luanne moves out. 415 Naked Ambition - People see each other naked. 414 High Anxiety - Hank Hill is accused of the murder of Strickland's secretary. 413 Hanky Panky Buck - Strickland Propane is taken over by Strickland's wife. 411 Rodeo Days - Bobby is a rodeo clown. 411 Old Glory - Bobby has a new substitute teacher. 410 Hillennium - The Y2K bug threatens the world. 408 Happy Hank's Giving - The Hills get stranded at an airport for Thanksgiving. 407 To Kill A Ladybird - Dale is scratched by Bobby's pet raccoon. 406 Not in My Back Hoe - Hank has a new friend in Hal (Drew Carey). 406 A Beer Can Named Desire - Hank gets a chance to win a million dollars. 404 Little Horrors of Shop - Hank teaches shop. 404 Aisle 8A - Connie starts her period while she stays with the Hills. 403 Bills are Made to be Broken - Bill gets to play football again. 402 Cotton's Plot - Cotton does physical rehabilitation for Peggy. 401 Peggy Hill: The Decline and Fall (2) - Peggy recovers from her skydiving fall. 325 As Old As the Hills(1) - Hank and Peggy celebrate their 20th marriage anniversary. 324 Take Me out of the Ball Game - Hank coaches a softball team. 323 Wings of the Dope - Luanna has trouble with her hair class and Buckely shows up as an angel. 322 Death and Texas - Peggy tutors a death row inmate. 322 Death and Taxes - Peggy tutors a death row inmate. 321 Revenge of the Lutefisk - Arlen welcomes Reverend Stroup. 320 Dog Dale Afternoon - Dale gets a new power lawnmower. 319 Hank's Cowboy Movie - Hank tries to lure the Dallas Cowboys to Arlen. 317 Escape from Party Island - Hank goes partying. 316 Jon Vitti Presents: Return to La Grunta - Luanne gets a job and Hank encounters a dolphin. 315 Sleight of Hank - Hank gets upset at a magician. 313 De-Kahnstructing Henry - Hank discusses Kahn's project to Bill which gets Kahn fired. 312 Three Coaches and a Bobby - Hank's old coach returns to Tom Landry High. 311 A Fire Fighting We Will Go - Hank and co. become firefighters. 310 Pretty, Pretty Dresses - Bill becomes suicidal. 309 Pretty, Pretty Dresses - Bill depresses about breakups. 308 Good Hill Hunting - Bobby goes hunting with Hank. 306 Peggy's Paegant Fever - Peggy enters a beauty contest. 305 Next of Shin - Hank and Peggy try to have a child. 304 Pregnant Paws - Hank tries to breed ladybird and Dale becomes a bounty hunter. 303 To Spank With Love - Peggy uses spanking to discipline her kids. 302 And They Call It Bobby Love - Bobby falls for an older girl. 301 Death of a Propane Salesman - Hank is terrified of fires after surviving one. 222 Peggy's Turtle Song - Peggy becomes a angst-ridden singer. 221 Life in the Fast Lane: Bobby's Saga - Bobby works as a vendor at the local NASCAR track. 220 Junkie Business - Hank hires a drug addicted who is treated as a disabled person. 219 Leanne's Saga - Luanne's mother Leanne moves in with the Hills after being released from prison. 218 The Final Shinsult - Hank's father tries to obtain a driver's license after a tiff with his wife. 216 Traffic Jam - Hank and Kahn have to attend a driving school where Bobby learns to be a comedianK. 216 Hank's Dirty Laundry - Hank fights in court to have an overdue listing taken off of his credit report. 215 Three Days of the Kahndo - Hank and Kahn's families get into trouble in Mexico. 214 I Remember Mono - Hank and Peggy reminisce about their initial encounters. 212 Meet the Manger Babies - Hank helps Luanne with her puppet show. 211 Unbearable Blindness of Laying - Hank goes blind after he sees his mother having sex. 211 Snow Job - Strickland has a heart attack. 210 Bobby Slam - Connie joins Bobby's wrestling team. 208 The Son That Got Away - Bobbie and Connie get punished and explore a cave. 207 The Man Who Shot Cane Skretteburg - Hank and his friends play paintball with teens. 206 Husky Bobby - Bobby is labelled fat. 205 Jumpin' Crack Bass - Hank catches fish with crack. 203 The Arrowhead - A professor starts digging up Indian artifacts in Hank's lawn. 202 Texas City Twister - Peggy and Luanne refurbish a trailer. 201 How to Fire a Rifle Without Really Tryin - Bobby turns out to be a crack shot. 112 Plastic White Female - Bobby frets about his first boy/girl party and and Luanne frets about her beauty school final exam. 111 King of the Ant Hill - Hank discovers fire ants on his lawn. 109 Peggy the Boggle Champ - Peggy goes to a Boggle tournament and Hank goes to a lawnmower show. 108 Shins of the Father - Bobby meets his grandfather at his birthday party for the first time. 107 Westie Side Story - Kahn moves into the Hills' neighbourhood. 106 Hank's Unmentionable Problem - Hang has a hard time with bowel movements. 105 Luanne's Saga - Hank picks up after Luanne's broken heart. 104 Hank's Got the Willies - Hank loves his guitar and meets his hero, Willie Nelson. 102 Square Peg - Bobby wants to enroll in a sex education class taught by Peggy. ENKNF - Peggy is blackmailed with regards to smuggling cocaine into a prison. ENKNF - Peggy finds out that that Dale's wife has been sleeping with John Redcorn. ENKNF - Peggy can't walk but is taught to by her father-in-law. ENKNF Ho Yeah! - Peggy befriends a prostitute.
423 Lyekka vs. Japan - Kai finally kills Lyekka as she goes on a rampage in Tokyo à la mode. 422 Trip - Stan, Xev, and Kai hallucinate and try to kill each other off. 421 Viva Lexx Vegas - Stan, Xev, and Kai go to Las Vegas. 420 Apocalexx Now - The carrot alien queen returns to earth to feed as Xev and Kai go to Vietnam to rescue Stan from the Pope's clutches. 419 Haley's Comet - A young rich girl is tricked into thinking she's important. 418 The Game - Kai and Prince play a very cool Chess game, putting the lives of Stan and Xev on the line. 417 Dutch Treat - Stan once again gets control of the key as the Lexx eats Holland. 416 Moss - Prince comes back on TV and Stan, Xev, and Kai are almost executed. 415 Mort - Stan, Kai and Xev evade the police by hiding in the funeral parlour of a crazy mortician. 414 Prime Ridge - Stan, Kai, and Xev buy a house in Ohio. 413 769 - 790 acquires a body and becomes 769. 412 Bad Carrot - The alien carrot ends up loose on the Lexx. 411 A Midsummer's Nightmare - Stan and Kai manage to revive Xev. 410 Magic Baby - Stan, Kai, and Xev return to the Lexx to retreive the key as well as battle Vlad again. 409 Fluffdaddy - The key is stolen from Stanley again by Laika. 408 Vlad - Kai battles Vlad, a Divine Hunter. 407 Walpurgis Night - The Lexx crew goes to Translyvania. 406 The Rock - Stanley becomes the King of Newfoundland. 405 Xevivor - Stanley and Xev star in a TV show patterned after Survivor. 404 Stan Down - Stanley tries to kill Prince but fails. 403 P4x - A little boy gets hold of the key for the Lexx ship but eventually dies. 402 Texx Lexx - The Lexx crew encounter Prince again who captures Stan. 401 Little Blue Planet - A signal sent from earth by Marconi reaches Lyekka and Lexx move towards Earth after destroying Fire and Water. 313 Heaven and Hell - Stan and Xev retreive Stan's essence and Fire (Heaven) and Water (Hell) are destroyed and all the essences escape; the crew then discover a small blue that remarkably looks like Earth. 312 The Beach - Stan is judged by Prince for his past life. 311 Girltown - Stan and Kai find Xev, but Stan ends up being captured by the Queen of Girltown. 310 Battle - Prince captures Xev, but Stan and Kai get her out of trouble (and into the fire). 309 The Garden - The crew discovers a lush garden on Water. 308 The Key - Prince impersonates Xev and gets the key from Stan. 307 Tunnels - Kai is repaired after spending time in bureaucrat hell. 306 K-Town - Stan and Xev find Mantrid again revealing that Fire and Water are like Hell and Heaven. 305 Gondola - Prince turns out to be the living Kai and kills Duke. 304 Boomtown - Stan and Xev have their dreams fulfilled as the Duke attacks. 303 Gametown - May and Prince leave the Lexx together. 302 May - May kills Prince. 301 Fire and Water - The after 4000+ years of hibernation, the crew wake up beside two planets Fire and Water, with Prince as the former's leader. 220 End Of The Universe - Mantrid destroys the light universe, but is destroyed by Stan, Kai, and Xev (who created him) as they escape to the dark universe. 219 Brizon - Brizon, the creator of the Lexx, fights with Mantrid. 218 Brigadoom - Kai's story is told in the form of an opera/musical. 215 Woz - Xev is about to expire and has to rescued by the Dark Lady. 214 Patches in the Sky - Stan enters a dream world that becomes a nightmare. 213 Twilight - Stan, Kai, and Xev are stranded on a world of the dead where Kai goes nuts. 212 Norb - Stan, Kai, and Xev pick up a young kid who turns out to be a Mantrid drone. 210 Wake the Dead - The crew wake up some kids in a state of cryogenic sleep and Kai goes berserk. 209 791 - 790 acquires a body and Kai frees a killer. 208 White Trash - Hillbilly stowaways take the ship on a wild ride through the backwoods of the universe. 206 Stan's Trial - Stan is placed on trial for killing 600 billion people. 205 Lafftrak - The crew end up on a planet where their TV skills are evaluated. 204 Luvliner - The crew visit the Luvliner and meet Schlemmi aka Fifi for the first time. 203 Lyekka - Lyekka boards the Lexx and Xev, played by Xenia Seeburg, is reborn. 202 Terminal - Stan is accidentally killed by Kai and the original Xev played by Eva Habermann dies. 201 Mantrid - Kai is drawn to Mantrid in the first episode after the movie was made. 40 Gigashadow - In the fourth/film episode, Kai, Stanley, and Xev fight the the Giga Shadow, who turns out to be a survivor of the insect wars who has used humans to eliminate each other. 30 Eating Pattern - In the third/film episode, Kai, Stanley and Xev are stuck in a weird hallucinatory planet as they search for food. 20 Super Nova - In the second film/episode Kai, Stanley, and Xev return to Kai's home planet, Burrins. 10 I Worship His Shadow - In the first movie-style episode, the story about the Lexx, Kai, Xev, and Stanley and their fight against the Divine Shadow is revealed to us.
517 The Incident (2) - The survivors go back and forth in time to reset everything. 516 The Incident (2) - The survivors go back and forth in time to reset everything. 515 Follow the Leader - The survivors go back and forth in time to reset everything. 514 The Variable - The survivors go back and forth in time to reset everything. 513 Some Like It Hoth - The survivors go back and forth in time to reset everything. 512 Dead is Dead - The survivors go back and forth in time to reset everything. 511 Whatever Happened, Happened - The survivors go back and forth in time to reset everything. 510 He's Our You - The survivors go back and forth in time to reset everything. 509 Namaste - The survivors go back and forth in time to reset everything. 508 LaFleur - The survivors go back and forth in time to reset everything. 507 The Life and Death of Jeremy Bentham - The survivors go back and forth in time to reset everything. 506 316 - The survivors go back and forth in time to reset everything. 505 This Place is Death - The survivors go back and forth in time to reset everything. 504 The Little Prince - The survivors go back and forth in time to reset everything. 503 The Jughead - The survivors go back and forth in time to reset everything. 502 The Lie - The survivors go back and forth in time to reset everything. 501 Because You Left - The survivors go back and forth in time to reset everything. 224 Live Together, Die Alone 2 - Jack, Kate, Sawyer, Michael, and Hugo are captured by the others, as the computer in the hatch is alleged to cause their plane crash. 223 Live Together, Die Alone 1 - Jack, Kate, Sawyer, Michael, and Hugo are captured by the others, the power of the hatch is revealed. 222 Three Minutes - Desmond returns. 221 ? - Michael's loyalties are shown to be duplicitious. 220 Two for the Road - Ana Lucia and Sawyer hook up. 219 S.O.S. - Jack and Kate attempt to trade Henry Gale for Walt, as Rose and Bernard's story is told. 218 Dave - Hugo runs into his imaginary friend and almost commits suicide. 217 Lockdown - Henry Gale's true origins are revealed. 216 The Whole Truth - Ana Lucia, Sayid, and Charlie go to find Henry Gale's balloon as Sun finds out that she is pregnant. 215 Maternity Leave - Claire, Kate, and Rousseau go after the vaccine for her child. 214 One of Them - A new captive (Henry Gale) is tortured by Sayid. 213 The Long Con - Sawyer's flashback dovetails into the episode as he cons the survivors off their guns. 212 Fire+Water - Charlie thinks Aaron's in danger as he seems to be going insane. 211 The Hunting Party - Michael goes after Walt again and Jack, Locke, Sawyer, and Kate follow him and come across the power of the others. 210 The 23rd Psalm - Eko's story is told as Clair finds out the secret about Charlie's statue. 209 What Kate Did - Locke and Eko put together the Dharma Initiative's film. 208 Collision (aka Old Habits) - Ana Lucia's past is revealed and the standoff between her and Sayid ends. 207 The Other 48 Days - The story of how the other survivors deal with their crash is told. 206 Abandoned - Ana Lucia shoots Shannnon. 205 ...And Found - Michael goes off into the Jungle to find Walt, and Jin follows him. 204 Everybody Hates Hugo - Hurley ends up being responsible for saving the world. 203 Orientation - The initial set of survivors run into other survivors from Flight 815 as the. 202 Adrift - Jack runs into Desmond again in the underground cabin. 201 Man of Science, Man of Faith - Kate, Locke, and Jack all go down the hatch. 124 Exodus 2 - Walt is taken, Aaron is returned, and the hatch is opened. 122 Exodus 1 - Jin, Michael, Walt, and Sawyer head out into ocean with their raft. 122 Born to Run - Michael is poisoned as Kate's past is revealed to the survivors. 121 The Greater Good (aka Sides) - Shannon tries to take revenge for Boone. 120 Do No Harm - Boone dies. 119 Deus Ex Machina - Locke looses and regains his ability to walk as Boone is injured. 118 Numbers - Hurley goes after the French woman. 117 ...In Translation - Sun reveals she can speak Engish after all as Jin is accused of burning the raft being built by Michael. 116 Outlaws - Kate and Jack bond as they discover their common traits. 115 Homecoming - Clair returns but Ethan comes back after her; he is finally captured and killed but not before he claims a victim. 114 Special - Charlies is tempted to read Clair's dairy as Michael's and Walt's past is revealed. 113 Hearts and Minds - Shannon and Boone's past is revealed as Boone and Locke try to open the hatch. 112 Whatever the Case May Be - Kate's history is revealed as she goes after a case she finds in a lake. 111 All the Best Cowboys Have Daddy Issues - Jack and the rest of the survivors try hard to figure out where Claire has been kidnapped. 110 Raised by Another - The story behind Claire's baby is revealed as the survivors discover someone not on the plane manifest. 109 Solitary - Sayid's story as a torturer in the Republican guard is revealed as he finds someone new in the Island. 108 Confidence Man - Sawyer's story of how he becomes the confidence man he didn't want to become is revealed. 107 The Moth - Charlie overcomes his difficulties and is reborn anew like a moth. 106 House of the Rising Sun - The story behind Jin and Sun is revealed as Locke tries to help Charlie. 105 White Rabbit - Jack's story is revealed as he is shown to be a reluctant leader. 104 Walkabout - A secret about Locke is revealed as he successfully hunts a boar. 103 Tabula Rasa - A secret about Kate is revealed. 102 Pilot - Things aren't what they seem to be on this island and rescue isn't apparant. 101 Pilot - 48 people aboard an airplane survive its crash in some unknown location.
722 Graduation - Series finale. 716 Lois Strikes Back - Lois takes revenge for Reese. 701 Burning Man - Malcolm and Reese go to Burning Man. 621 Buseys Take a Hostage - Hal becomes president of the neighbourhood association. 616 No Motorcycles - Hal and Francis go on a motorcycle trip together. 611 Opera - Dewey writes an opera about his family. 605 Kitty's Back - Francis returns and tortures Dewey. 604 Pearl Harbor - Malcolm and Reese are made fun of. 603 Standee - Hal gets into a war with the trashman. 602 Buseys Run Away - Hal becomes popular with bodybuilders and the Dewey leads runaway kids. 601 Reese comes home - Reese comes home. 522 Reese Joins the Army - Reese leads his team to victory in war games and Hal is scapegoated. 518 Dewey's Special Class - Dewey is enrolled in a class for "special" children. 515 Reese's Apartment - Reese gets his own apartment. 513 Lois' Sister - Lois donates her kidney to her sister. 510 Hot Tub - The family gets a hot tub. 509 Dirty Magazine - Malcolm gets censored for supporting a dirty magazine. 506 Malcolm's Job - Malcolm gets a job with Lois. 502 Watching the Baby - Lois finally gets some rest. 501 Vegas - The family goes to Las Vegas. 422 Day Care - Hal and Lois join a church for their day care. 422 Clip Show 2 - Hal and Lois reminisce about their children. 420 Baby (1) - Lois' mum visits and Lois goes into labour. 415 Hal's Friend - Hal's friend shows up when Lois is gone. 415 Garage Sale - Reese is in charge of a garage sale. 414 Stereo Store - The boys have a babysitter and Hal takes on a second job. 412 Kicked Out - Malcolm is kicked out of his house. 412 Boys at the Ranch - The boys try to reform Francis who has reformed. 410 Malcolm Holds His Tongue - Malcolm learns to keep his mouth shut but internally explodes. 408 If Boys Were Girls - Lois daydreams that she has girls instead of boys. 407 Grandma Sues - Malcolm's grandmother sues the family as they find out that Lois is pregnant. 405 Forbidden Girlfriend - Malcolm tutors a girl with a crazy dad and Dewey discovers his lookalike. 404 Stupid Girl - Malcolm becomes dumb. 403 Family Reunion - The family attends a birthday party for Hal's father. 402 Long Drive - Lois and Malcolm talk about sex. 402 Humilithon - Malcolm wants to be most popular person in school. 401 Zoo - The family goes to the zoo. 322 Poker II - Hal plays poker while Malcolm and Reese try to make out with some girls. 321 Clip Show - The boys reminisce to a therapist. 319 Hal Coaches - Hal tries to coach Dewey and Reese blackmails his neighbour. 318 Dewey's Dog - Dewey trains a dog to attack his brothers. 317 Cliques - The boys enter into the general populace and end up forming cliques. 315 Monkey - Craig uses a butler monkey to take care of him, but it turns against him instead. 315 Hal's Birthday - The boys celebrate Hal's birthday. 313 Reese Drives - Reese starts to drive. 312 Cynthia's Back - Cynthia returns from Europe with bigger breasts. 312 Company Picnic - The family attends a company picnic with disastrous consequences. 311 Lois' Makeover - Lois gets a makeover, Francis becomes a rat killer, and Malcolm's dad is humbled at basketball. 311 Company Picnic - The family attends a company picnic with disastrous consequences. 310 Reese's Job - Malcolm encounters someone smarter than him and Dewey takes great care of his goldfish. 308 Poker - Hal loses at Poker and Lois forces Reese to be her dancing partner. 307 Health Scare - The boys' parents are confused about test results and take it out on the children. 306 Christmas - Lois threatens to cancel Christmas. 305 Malcolm's Girlfriend - Malcolm obsesses about his girlfriend. 304 Book Club - Lois joins a book club consisting of alcoholics. 303 Charity - Malcolm and his brothers show their entrepreneurial spirit by selling items donated to charity. 302 Emancipation - Malcolm outsmarts all the kids in his smart class as Frankie continues his emancipation quest. 301 Houseboat - Malcolm's family goes on a vacation on a houseboat. 227 Mini-Bike - The boys purchase a mini-bike. 226 Malcolm vs. Reese - Malcolm and Reese are pitted against each other by Francis and Dewey babysits a cat. 224 Flashback - Lois fears she's pregnant and she and Hal reminisce about the births of their four children. 223 Carnival - Malcolm and family go to a carnival. 220 Bowling - Two parallel outcomes of what happens when the family goes bowling are presented. 219 New Neighbours - Malcolm's family battles with the neighbours next door. 218 Traffic Ticket - Malcolm's mum is framed by a cop. 217 Surgery - Malcolm almost has his appendix removed. 211 High School Play - Malcolm stars in a high school play. 208 Convention - A sexy baby sitter takes care of the boys. 207 Robbery - Lois and Craig are hostages at a drug store. 204 Traffic Jam - The family are stuck in a traffic jam. 202 Halloween Approximately - The boys celebrate Halloween a week later. 112 Cheerleader - Reese falls for a cheerleader. 108 Krelboyne Picnic - The family goes to a picnic. 105 Malcolm Babysits - The family lives in a trailer. 104 Shame - Malcolm picks an incorrect opponent at school. 103 Home Alone 4 - Malcolm gets injured when the parents are away.
213 Dream Cruise - The ghosts of lovers come back to haunt them. 212 The Washingtoninans - George Washington turns out to be a cannibal. 211 The Black Cat - A cat torments Edgar Allen Poe and becomes his muse. 210 We All Scream for Ice Cream - An ice dealer tormented by bullies comes back from the dead for revenge. 209 Right to Die - A husband strives to save his dying wife. 208 Valerie on the Stairs - A self referential story about writers who write a ghost story that comes to life. 207 The Screwfly Solution - Genetic engineering of screwfly males backfires on human males. 206 Pelts - Stolen racoon pelts take violent revenge on those who seek to wear them. 205 Pro-Life - A prolifer is tricked by the devil into doing its work. 202 Family - A couple's neighbour does not turn out to be who they think he is. 201 The Damned Thing - Apocalyptic tale of a mysterious creature that terrorises a small Texas town. 112 Haeckel's Tale - A wife has a passion for the dead. 111 Pick Me Up - People who pick up hitchhikers can't be trusted. 110 Sick Girl - Two lesbians get infected by a love bug. 109 Fair Haired Child - A couple sell their souls to get their dead son back. 108 Cigarette Burns - A film with a terrible power wreaks havoc. 107 Deer Woman - An ancient Native American mythological creature turns out to be real. 106 Homecoming - The media discover that zombies have swayed the presidential election. 105 Chocolate - A divorced man experiences sensual psychic flashes from a woman. 104 Jenifer - A girl with eerie powers destroys the life of a police officer. 103 Dance of the Dead - A woman embarks on her first date, encountering a dangerous postapocalyptic world. 102 Dreams in the Witch House - A physics student experiences visions of forces conspiring to kill his neighbor's baby. 101 Incident on and off A Mountain Road - A survivalist teaches a girl how to protect herself and she gets to use her skills.
221 Somehow, Satan Got Behind Me - A group of devils wreak havok by playing on humanity's frailties but Frank Black is aware of them. 121 Maranatha - Frank investigates mob-style killings in New York's Russian community. ENKNF The Well-Worn Lock - A father who controls his child is put on trial. ENKNF The Pest House - A security guard in a mental asylum imitates the serial killers there. ENKNF Pilot - Frank Black moves to Seattle and tracks a serial killer.
112 The Occupant - A divorced wife thinks there's an intruder in the house when it turns out that she's the one. 111 If A Tree Falls - A theist whose life has been spared can't seem to accept the gift. 102 The Bokor - A group of medical students mess with voodoo. 101 The Passenger List - A transportation official ends up investigating a plane crash that he died in.
402 Bird of Prey - A person who kills via a Raven goes after members of the Legacy. 401 Song of the Raven - A person on death row kills via a Raven. 220 Spirit Thief - An African shaman performs healing rituals using the spirits of dead people. 114 Fox Spirit - A Chinese Fox Spirit goes on a killing spree. ? - Rachel thinks of leaving the Legacy in a flashback episode.
ENKNF Shocking - A girl struck by lightning has to have sex to release that energy. ENKNF Sacrifices - The OSIR investigates black magic on a college campus. ENKNF - Mia Stone experiences precognitive dreams and hallucinations. ENKNF 883 - Matt leaves the OSIR to colonise new worlds after being infected with mutated DNA.
68124 Return of the Evil Leaper: Oct. 9, 1957 - Sam ruins a fraternity initiation and encounters the evil leaper. 66419 Piano Man: November 10, 1985 - Sam is hunted by a mobster since he is a murder witness. 65422 Pool Hall Blues: September 4, 1954 - Sam plays pool while near-blind for his grand-daughter's nightclub. 205 Blind Faith: February 6, 1964 - Sam is a blind pianist who saves his girlfriend's life. 201 Honeymoon Express: April 27, 1960 - Sam is a cop whose honeymoon is interrupted. pilot Genesis - Sam makes the first quantum leap. ENKNF So Help Me God - Sam defends a black girl who confesses to murder. ENKNF A Single Drop of Rain - Sam has to make it rain.
502 The Murderer - In a futurisitic society, a person rebels against communication devices. 407 The Wonderful Death of Dudley Stone - An author "dies" since he's sick of writing. 304 Gotcha - A couple's test of love during a weekend away turns to terror.
110 Youmud Din - The terrorists carry out their attack. 109 Hijack - Farik unveils his plan. 108 Intramural - Darwyn gets a new handler. 107 Immigrant - An Afghani boy joins the terrorists. 106 Family - The terrorists visit their families. 105 Soldier - The terrorists take over a warehouse. 104 Scholar - The terrorists kill an islamic scholar. 103 Money - The terrorists visit Tijuana. 102 Target - The terrorists try out a mock attack with Anthrax. 101 Al-Faitha - Darwyn gets in with the terrorists.
1304 Eat, Pray, Queef - Male society loves farts but goes against queef. 1212 About Last Night... - Barack Obama and John McCain conspire together. 1205 Eek, A Penis - Garrison decideds to become a female again. 1204 Canada on Strike! - The boys rescue Canada mired in a strike. 1203 Major Boobage - The boys look for novel ways to get high (as a homage is paid to Heavy Metal). 1202 Britney's New Look - The kids discover the secret behind Britney Spears' popularity. 1201 Tonsil Trouble - Cartman has a tonsilectomy which results in him being infected with HIV. 1107 Night of the Living Homeless - Homeless people take over South Park. 1103 Lice Capades - The gang has to deal with head lice. 1011 Hell on Earth 2006 - Satan has a birthday akin to those held by spoilt Hollywood teenagers. 1009 Mystery of the Urinal Deuce - Cartman links someone doing number two in the toilet to the 911 attacks. 914 Bloody Mary - Stan is embarrassed by his drunk-driving dad. 905 The Losing Edge - The boys try very hard to lose at baseball since the game sucks. 903 Wing - The boys start a talent agency. 903 Best Friends Forever - A Sony PSP is used by god to train a Keanu Reeves for Heaven, but Kenny/Keanu ends up in a persistent vegetative state. 901 Mr. Garrison's Fancy New Vagina - Garrison has a sex change operation but his organs end up in Kyle's family. 814 Woodland Critter Christmas - Stan helps the rise of the anti-Christ in a story told by Cartman. 813 Cartman's Incredible Gift - Cartman allegedly becomes a psychic. 811 Quest for Ratings - The boys start their own TV show. 810 Pre-school - A kid sent to juvenile prison because of the gang returns to take his revenge. 809 Something Wall-Mart This Way Comes - Wal-mart arrives in town. 806 The Jeffersons - Michael Jackson's childish nature is parodied as he movies into South Park as Michael Jefferson along with his son. 805 AWESOM-O - Cartman pretends to be a robot to make fun of Butters, but it backfires. 803 The Passion of the Jew - Cartman convinces Kyle to watch The Passion and feel guilty, while he turns into a Nazi. 801 Good Times With Weapons - The boys are transformed into Japanese Warriors after buying martial arts weapons at a flea market. 714 Raisins - The kids go to restaurant named Raisins modelled after Hooters. 713 Butt Out - The boys become the victims in a fight between tobacco and anti-tobacco groups. 712 All About the Mormons - Stan becomes friends with a Mormon. 711 Casa Bonita - Cartman exacts revenge when he is not invited to Kyle's birthday party. 709 Christian Rock Hard - Cartman forms a Christian rock band and the others are in trouble for downloading music. 708 South Park Is Gay - The town embraces metrosexuality. 707 Red Man's Greed - Indians try to take over the town of South Park. 706 Lil' Crime Stoppers - The boys become detectives. 705 Fat Butt and Pancake Head - Cartman comes up with a Jennifer Lopez finger puppet. 704 I'm A Little Bit Country - The boys are split in pro-war and anti-war camps which illustrates that America was designed to have it both ways. 703 Toilet Paper - The boys toilet paper their teacher's house (parodying Silence of the Lambs). 702 Krazy Kripples - Timmy and Jimmy join up with the Denver Crips. 616 My Future Self 'n' Me - Stan meets his future self. 615 The Biggest Douche in the Universe - Cartman channels Kenny and they make fun of John Edwards. 613 The Return of the Fellowship of the Ring - The boys go on a quest to return the one ring (a pornographic film) that rules everyone's behaviour. 612 A Ladder to Heaven - The boys build a ladder to reach Kenny. 611 Child Abduction is Not Funny - The children are sent away since the parents are afraid they'll be abducted. 610 Bebe's Boobs Destroy Society - Bebe attracts all the boys after developing breasts. 609 Free Hat - The gang try to prevent Steven Spielberg and George Lucas from re-releasing old films, and also free Hat, a child killer. 607 Simpsons Already Did It - The gang thinks they killed their teacher, Diane Choksondik with their "sea men" (The Simpsons are referenced a lot). 606 Professor Chaos - Cartman, Stan, and Kyle fire Butters who becomes professor Chaos. 604 The Terrance & Phillip Movie Trailer - Cartman and the kids try to watch a commercial about Terrance and Phillip's Asses of Fire 2, in the middle of a show where Russell Crowe picks fights with people all over the world (in a manner parodying Popeye and the Crocodile Hunter). 604 Fun with Veal - The boys try to prevent the deaths of young lambs. 602 Jared Has Aides - Kenny appears to be really dead and Butters undergoes a liposuction as Jared (from the Subway commercial) beats the "AIDES" dead horse. 602 Asspen - The gang goes to Aspen, Colorado. 601 Freak Strike - Butters fakes being a freak so he can appear on a TV show. 514 Butters' Very Own Episode - Butters, in his own episode, discovers his father is gay and is almost killed by his mother. 513 Kenny Dies - Cartman sells aborted fetuses and Kenny dies in a way that he has never died before (i.e., accompanied by tears). 512 Here Comes the Neighborhood - Rich people are discriminated against in South Park when they arrive. 511 The Ginger Device - Kyle's cousin shows up and Garrison invents a gyroscope-based machine to travel that beats airplanes. 510 How to Eat With Your Butt - Cartman plays a joke involving Kenny's butt that deprives him of his sense of humour. 509 Osama Bin Laden Has Farty Pants - The boys go out to Afghanistan and return a goat sent by their counterparts there. 508 Towelie - The boys have to deal with a super-intelligent towel, Towlie, to get their video game back. 507 Proper Condom Use - The elementary school is taught condom use. 506 Cartmanland - Cartman inherits a million dollars and buys his own amusement park. 505 Terrance and Phillip: Behind the Blow - The boys try to get Terrance and Phillip to perform at the Earth Day Festival in South Park. 503 The Super Best Friends - The boys join a cult and have to be saved by the super best friends. 503 Cripple Fight! - Big Gay Al is dismissed as the Scout troop leader for being gay, and a new kid steals Timmy's spotlight. 502 Cartman Says... - Saying the word "shit" too much invokes a curse. 501 Scott Tenorman Must Die - Cartman gets revenge against a ninth grader who sells him his pubes in a massive way. 416 Wacky Molestation Adventure - The kids get their parents sent to prison on charges of molestation and Cartman becomes the mayor. 415 Fat Camp - Cartman gets sent to fat camp. 414 Helen Keller: The Musical - The kids stage a Thanksgiving play about Helen Keller. 413 Trapper Keeper - A person from the future returns back in time to prevent Cartman from destroying the world with his Trapper Keeper à la The Termintor and the 2000 U.S. Presidential Elections are parodied. 411 Probably - Satan decides he neither wants to be with Chris or Saddam and Cartman religious evangelicising turns out to be a farce. 410 Do the Handicapped Go to Hell? - Saddam comes back to Satan and the gang become afraid of hell. 408 Chef Goes Nanners - The boys debate the South Park flag which Chef says is racist (this episode contains a cool joke involving the burning of a monk in protest). 407 Cherokee Hair Tampons - Cartman refuses to donate his kidney to save Kyle. 404 Quintuplets 2000 - The boys try to form the Cirque du Cheville with quintuplets from Romania. 403 Timmy! 2000 - The kids are put on Ritalin and Timmy leads a band. 401 Cartman's Silly Hate Crime 2000 - Cartman is sent to prison for committing a hate crime. 317 The Brown Noise - Cartman discovers the sound of brown noise which moves bowels, and Mr. Garrison wants to be sexually molested by his father. 316 Are You There God, It's Me Jesus - Cartman has a period and Jesus and Rod Stewart put together a concert in Las Vegas. 315 Mr. Hankey's Christmas Classics - A piece of turd hosts Christmas songs, South Park style!. 313 Hooked on Monkey Fonics - Home-schooled kids join South Park Elementary and Dio performs Holy Diver at the school dance. 312 Korn's Groovy Pirate Ghost Mystery - Korn and pirate ghosts make an appearance. 311 Starvin' Marvin in Space - Starvin' Marvin finds a new planet to escape from Christian missionaries. 308 Two Guys Naked in a Hot Tub - A meteor shower party is mistaken by the ATF to be a cult suicide attempt. 306 Sexual Harassment Panda - The Sexual Harassment Panda encourages people file a slew of lawsuits. 305 Tweek vs. Craig - The boys bet on who's worse, Tweek or Craig. 303 The Succubus or Chef's Mama - Chef falls in love with a succubus. 301 Rainforest Schmainforest - The rainforest is portrayed as the aggressor. 217 Gnomes - Harbucks invades the town. 216 Merry Christmas Charlie Manson! - The gang spend Christmas at Cartman's grandma's house and Charles Manson shows up. 215 Spooky Fish - Pets start killing people and a door has been opened to an alternate dimension. 214 Chef Aid - The boys try raise money for Chef who is sued (this is the episode that is the basis for the Chef Aid album). 209 Chef's Salty Chocolate Balls - Hollywood takes over South Park. 208 Summer Sucks - Fireworks are banned and a giant snake firework threatens to destroy everything. 203 Chickenlover - Chickens are violated. 111 Tom's Rhinoplasty - Wendy must vie for Stan's affection with a substitute teacher. 109 Starvin' Marvin - The boys get Starvin' Marvin instead of a sports watch, Cartman finds himself in Ethiopia, and mutant turkeys wreak havoc. 107 Pink Eye - The town become zombies. 101 Cartman Gets an Anal Probe - Cartman gets an anal probe and aliens kidnap Kyle's brother. ENKNF The Mexican Staring Frog of Southern Sri - Jimbo and Ned wage a ratings war against Ned. ENKNF - The children are trapped in a school bus but it's just a dream. ENKNF - The boys enroll in shop class. ENKNF Something You Can Do With Your Finger - Cartman and the gang form a boy band called Fingerbang. ENKNF Roger Ebert Should Lay Off the Fatty Foo - Cartman stars in a Cheesy Poofs commercial. ENKNF Red Badge of Gayness - The south win the civil war. ENKNF Quintuplets 2000 - The Elian Gonzales case is parodied. ENKNF - No one believes Kyle about Mr. Hankey the Christmas poo. ENKNF Mecha Streisand - Barbra Streisand becomes a Godzilla-like monster. ENKNF Jewbilee - Kyle, Ike, and Kenny go to a Jew Scout camp. ENKNF Jakovasaurs - The prehistoric Jakovasaurs breeds beyond control. ENKNF Ike's Wee Wee - Ike has his circumcision. ENKNF Damien - Jesus fights with Satan. ENKNF Conjoined Fetus Lady - The school nurse with a conjoined fetus is singled out and the dodgeball team wins the world championships. ENKNF Clubhouses - The kids build clubhouses to play truth or dare with girls. ENKNF Chinpoko Man - The Chinpoko Man makes an appearance. ENKNF Cat Orgy - Cartman has troubles with his babysitter Shelly. ENKNF Cartman joins NAMBLA - The boys try to join NAMBLA. ENKNF - Cartman is crucified so Stan or Kyle's dad can have an erection. ENKNF Big Gay Al's Big Gay Boat Ride - Big Gay Al's animal sanctuary is showcased. ENKNF - A volcano erupts. ENKNF - A tooth fairy gang ring is started by Cartman. ENKNF - A "prehistoric" person frozen from 1996 is thawed by the gang. ENKNF An Elephant Makes Love to a Pig - Genetic engineering technology is used to cross-breed elephants with pigs. ENKNF 4th Grade - The gang move into the 4th Grade. ? Cartman's Mom Is a Dirty Slut - Cartman tries to figure out the identity of his father.
79 Turnabout Intruder - Kirk's jilted lover from the academy exchanges bodies with him to take revenge and command of the Enterprise. 78 All Our Yesterdays - Spock, Kirk, and McCoy are sent into different pasts of a dying planet's history. 77 The Savage Curtain - Kirk and Spock are forced to a fight battle between good and evil. 76 Requiem for Methuselah - Kirk falls for an android constructed by an immortal man who is believed to be Picasso and Brahms. 75 The Way to Eden - A leader of a weird cult carrying an infectious disease demands to be transported to the planet Eden. 68 Wink of an Eye - The Kirk ends up being "kidnapped" by aliens who travel much faster than the Enterprise. 67 Plato's Stepchildren - Kirk and co. are prisoners on a planet modelled after ancient Greece. 66 Day of the Dove - An alien that feeds on hatred pits Klingons vs. the Enterprise Crew. 65 For the World Is Hollow and I Have Touch - McCoy has a terminal disease with a cure that is hidden in an asteroid disguised as a planet. 64 The Tholian Web - The Kirk drifts between dimensions. 62 Is There in Truth No Beauty? - Spock goes mad after seeing a Medusan. 61 Spock's Brain - Spock's brain is stolen and used to control a civilisation. 59 The Enterprise Incident - Kirk and Spock steal the Romulan cloaking device. 58 The Paradise Syndrome - Kirk loses his memory on a planet very-like Earth and is assumed to a god-like creature (an interesting explanation is given for all the humanoid life-forms seen in Star Trek). 56 Spectre of the Gun - Kirk and co. showdown at the OK Corral with the Earps in Tombstone in an illusion created by aliens. 55 Assignment: Earth - The Enterprise crew return to Earth to prevent World War III. 54 The Omega Glory - A Federation Captain mistakes natural immunity for the fountain of youth in a planet that has gone through a "cold war". 52 Patterns of Force - The crew encounter a planet patterned after Nazi Germany due to the interference of an Earth historian. 50 By Any Other Name - Aliens from the Andromeda galaxy take on human form and want to colonise our galaxy. 49 A Piece of the Action - Kirk and crew deal with a race of alien mimickers who copy the lifestyle of Chicago mobsters. 47 Obsession - Kirk attempts to destroy at all costs a creature he encountered as a Lieutenant. 44 Journey to Babel - Spock's father, Sarek, faces charges of killing a fellow ambassador during an Enterprise voyage. 43 Bread and Circuses - Kirk, Spock, and McCoy are trapped on a planet resembling a combination of 20th century earth and the Roman Empire. 42 The Trouble with Tribbles - The Tribbles reproduce beyond control. 40 The Deadly Years - Some crew members grow old rapidly after being exposed to a comet's radiation. 39 Mirror, Mirror - Kirk and co. take places of their counterparts in an evil parallel universe. 38 The Apple - The Enterprise is trapped in orbit by a god-like creature ruling over a "primitive" people. 37 The Changeling - The crew encounter the deadly space probe Nomad that thinks Kirk is its creator. 36 Wolf in the Fold - Scotty is accused of murdering three women that's actually done by an evil energy being that travels from planet to planet. 35 The Doomsday Machine - A giant planet eating robot is unleashed by an alien race. 34 Amok Time - Spock and Kirk fight over his betrothed. 33 Who Mourns for Adonais - Apollo holds the Enterprise hostage. 32 Friday's Child - A race of war-like aliens decide between favouring humans or Klingons. 30 The Alternative Factor - Identical persons from parallel universes will result in total annihilation if they meet. 29 Operation -- Annihilate! - Leech-like organisms that are single neurons of a part of a giant creature attack Spock. 28 The City on the Edge of Forever - The McCoy jumps through a time portal and Kirk and Spock follow him to 1930s Earth. 27 Errand of Mercy - The Federation and Klingons have their fighting toys taken away by a race of highly evolved and peaceful super beings. 26 Devil in the Dark - A silicon-based lifeform threatens Federation mining operations on Janus 6. 25 This Side of Paradise - Spores control the crew until they express violent emotions. 24 Space Seed - Khan, a genetically engineered superhuman from the 1990s takes over the Enterprise. 23 A Taste of Armageddon - Kirk forces two planets waging war using computers to confront its realities. 22 Return of the Archons - Kirk and crew are trapped on a planet run by a computer that coerces peace and tranquility. 21 Tomorrow is Yesterday - The Enterprise returns to the past and takes an Air Force pilot on board. 19 Arena - Kirk is forced to do battle with the reptilian captain of a spacecraft being pursued by the Enterprise. 18 The Squire of Gothos - Kirk battles a child who is a super-being. 17 Shore Leave - The crew take shore leave on a planet that ends up becoming an Alice in Wonderland-like adventure. 16B The Menagerie - Spock defies the death penalty (!) to take a disabled Christopher Pike back to Talus IV. 16A The Menagerie - Spock defies the death penalty (!) to take a disabled Christopher Pike back to Talus IV. 15 Court Martial - Kirk is tried for accidentally sending a crewman to his death who later turns out to be alive. 14 The Galileo Seven - Spock is in charge of a team stranded on a planet in the centre of a quasar and faces mutiny. 12 Miri - The Enterprise encounters a group of children in planet extremely similar to Earth. 11 Dagger of the Mind - A doctor in the Tantalus Penal Colony uses brainwashing techniques to "cure" his prisoners. 10 What Are Little Girls Made Of? - Kirk discovers that a famous anthropologist has transferred his consciousness into an android. 9 Balance of Terror - Kirk fights a Romulan ship. 8 Charlie X - A socially maladjusted boy with telekinetic powers wreaks havoc on the Enterprise. 7 The Naked Time - An alien infection makes the crew go crazy as a planet disintegrates. 6 The Man Trap - McCoy reunites with his old love who doesn't turn out to be what she appears to be, as Enterprise crewmembers die. 5 The Enemy Within - Kirk's "bad" half appears after a transporter malfunction. 4 Mudd's Women - Harvey Mudd shows up on the Enterprise with two women. 3 The Corbomite Maneuver - Kirk tries to bluff an apparently menacing alien. 2 Where No Man Has Gone Before - Two of the crew are possessed by a telepathic force. pilot The Cage - Captain Christopher Pike is held prisoner by an alien species so they can breed humans as slaves. ENKNF Catspaw - Kirk and crew are taken prisoner by mind-controlling aliens.
747 All Good Things... - In the final episode, Picard travels through time, aided by Q, to prevent himself from destroying humanity. 709 Force of Nature - Two siblings contend that warp drive is destroying the universe. 617 Birthright - Worf teaches Klingons held in a Romulan prison camp about their heritage. 616 Birthright - Worf goes in search of his father and Data dreams about his creator. 419 The Nth Degree - Barclay acquires superhuman intelligence. 418 Identity Crisis - Geordi and a former shipmate are transformed by alien DNA. 416 Galaxy's Child - The Enterprise kills the mother of a large alien being and helps the release of the child inside, who thinks the Enterprise is its mother. 316 The Offspring - Data creates Lal and Starfleet tries to take her away from him. 314 A Matter of Perspective - A scientist's wife accuses Riker of killing her husband. 312 The High Ground - Crusher is taken prisoner by a group of terrorists (this episode has some good discussions about the use of violence by both "good" and "bad" sides). 311 The Hunted - A soldier is brainwashed by his government to kill rebels. 276 Pre-emptive Strike - Ro joins the Maquis. 274 Bloodlines - Picard has to save his son from the Ferengi. 270 Eye of the Beholder - Troi is haunted by psychic images from a suicide that occurred while the Enterprise was being constructed. 267 Lower Decks - A bunch of young cadets vie for promotion. 257 Gambit - Picard disguises himself as a smuggler to uncover the truth behind a search for a stolen Romulan artifact. 256 Gambit - Picard disguises himself as a smuggler to uncover the truth behind a search for a stolen Romulan artifact. 241 Tapestry - Picard dies and is given a second chance by Q. 240 Face of the Enemy - Troi impersonates a Romulan officer. 237 Chain of Command - Picard refuses to yield to torture by the Cardassians (this has to be one of the best Star Trek episodes ever). 236 Chain of Command - Picard is taken prisoner by the Cardassians. 232 True Q - A young girl shows up on the Enterprise with Q-like powers. 231 Schisms - The crew is kidnapped and experimented with in "hideous" ways. 230 Relics - The crew encounter Scotty from the original series and a Dyson's sphere. 229 Man of the People - A diplomat needs to expell his negative emotions into some host so he can do his work. 227 Time's Arrow - Data's head is found in the 19th Century, the crew return back in time to meet Guinan for the first time, aliens travel back in time to feed on human neural energy, and Mark Twain comes to the future (the actor who plays him, Jerry Hardin, also plays Deep Throat in The X Files). 226 Time's Arrow - Data's head is found in the 19th Century, the crew return back in time to meet Guinan for the first time, aliens travel back in time to feed on human neural energy, and Mark Twain comes to the future (the actor who plays him, Jerry Hardin, also plays Deep Throat in The X Files). 223 I, Borg - The Enterprise turn a Borg into the individual Hugh. 218 Cause and Effect - The Enterprise enters the Typhon Exchange and gets blown up again and again in a spectacular manner. 214 Conundrum - The crew has their memory taken away by an alien who wishes to use them to make war. 211 Contagion - Probes from the world of Iconia almost destroy the Enterprise. 209 A Matter of Time - A scientist from the past turns up on the Enterprise claiming to be from the future (this episode stars Matt Frewer from Psi Factor: Chronicles of the Paranormal). 206 The Game - The Enterprise crew is addicted to an electronic game. 205 Disaster - The crew are trapped on a damaged Enterprise. 202 Darmok - Picard and the leader of a civilisation are stranded together but can't talk to each other. 201 Redemption - The Federation must stop the Romulans from interfering in a Klingon Civil War and where Data becomes captain of a ship. 199 In Theory - An ensign falls for Data as the Enterprise encounters dark matter. 196 Half a Life - Troi's mother falls in love with a scientist who must kill himself. 195 The Drumhead - A Starfleet admiral sees conspiracies everywhere (this features great acting by Patrick Stewart who preaches about the importance of not abridging freedoms). 194 Qpid - Q turns Picard into Robin Hood to test his love for Vash. 193 The Nth Degree - A space probe endows Barclay with incredible power. 191 Night Terrors - The crew is unable to sleep and experience hallucinations after being caught in the energy-sucking Tycan's rift. 189 First Contact - Riker is stranded on a first-contact mission. 188 Clues - Data negotiates with a powerful alien race to spare the Enterprise crew but is thwarted by their curiousity. 187 Devil's Due - A girl claims she's the devil and challenges Picard. 186 The Wounded - A Starship Captain continues to wage war on the Cardassians even though there is a peace treaty. 184 The Loss - Troi loses her powers. 182 Future Imperfect - Riker is apparently transported sixteen years into the future. 179 Remember Me - Beverley Crusher is trapped in a time bubble created by Wesley. 178 Family - The Enterprise returns to earth and Picard and Worf meet family. 175 The Best of Both Worlds - Picard is abducted by the Borg. 173 Transfigurations - An alien who has lost his memory brings danger and healing to the Enterprise. 170 The Most Toys - Data is held captive as a museum exhibit. 169 Hollow Pursuits - Barclay retreats into the Holodeck. 158 The Defector - A Romulan admiral defects in vain. 157 The Vengeance Factor - Picard mediates warring clans. 156 The Price - Troi falls for a handsome wormhole negotiator. 156 The Emissary - The crew of a Klingon ship in cryogenic hibernation wake up, still think they're at war with the Federation. 154 Booby Trap - Geordi and Leah Brahms work together to get out of an energy-draining, radioactive field left over from an ancient war. 152 Who Watches the Watchers? - Picard is considered a god by a primitive race. 152 Who Watches the Watchers? - A primitive culture worships Picard and prepares to offer Troi as a sacrifice. 151 The Survivors - A creature of amazing power eliminates an entire species. 150 Evolution - Wesley's experiment using nanites results in the creation of a new lifeform. 149 The Ensigns of Command - Data is handed the role of evacuating a bunch of colonists. 145 Manhunt - Troi's mother chases after the Enterprise crew. 143 Samaritan Snare - Picard undergoes heart surgery and Geordi is kidnapped by a race of dumb aliens. 141 Pen Pal - Data convinces Picard to save his pen pal. 135 The Measure of a Man - Data resigns his commission and is put on trial to determine if he is Starfleet property. 130 The Outrageous Okona - A charming rogue plays cupid. 125 Conspiracy - A insect enters human hosts in an attempt to take over Starfleet. 124 We'll Always Have Paris - Picard reunites with an old flame. 119 Coming of Age - Picard's competence is evaluated and Wesley takes the Starfleet exam. 113 The Big Good-Bye - Picard and the crew are trapped in the holodeck in San Francisco. 111 Hide and Q - Riker is given Q's powers. 106 Where No One Has Gone Before - The Traveller makes his first appearance and Wesley is promoted to acting Ensign. 105 Haven - Troi is supposed to be married off. 102 Encounter at Farpoint - In the first voyage by the new Enterprise, they are tested by the omnipotent and omniscient Q. 101 Encounter at Farpoint - In the first voyage by the new Enterprise, they are tested by the omnipotent and omniscient Q. ENKNF The Last Outpost - The Enterprise encounter the Ferengi for the first time. ENKNF The Battle - A vengeful Ferengi captain controls Picard. ENKNF - Tasha Yar's sister makes an appearance. ENKNF Code of Honor - Tasha is kidnapped during a mission.
576 What You Leave Behind - In the season finale Odo leaves Kira to rejoin the founders and the Dominion is defeated. 575 What You Leave Behind - In the season finale Odo leaves Kira to rejoin the founders and the Dominion is defeated. 574 The Dogs of War - The Dominion pulls back and Damar's forces are destroyed but he regroups. 573 Extreme Measures - Bashir and O'Brien go into Sloan's mind to find a cure for Odo. 572 Tacking into the Wind - Worf kills Gowron. 571 When it Rains... - Kira trains Damar's men and Gowron reassumes active command of the Klingon forces. 570 The Changing Face of Evil - The Breen attack the earth and Damar declares rebellion against the Dominion. 569 Strange Bedfellows - Damar turns against the Founders and sets Worf and Ezri free. 568 Til Death Do Us Part - Dukat and Kai Wen, and Worf and Dax, get it on together, and the Breen and the Dominion announce an alliance. 567 Penumbra - Sisko proposes to Cassidy. 566 Badda-Bing Badda-Bang - The hologram Vic Fontaine is intimidated by mobsters. 565 Inter Arma Enim Silent Leges - Bashir and Section 31 collaborate in a plot to assasinate a Romulan. 564 Chimera - Odo and another changeling who asks Odo to search for creatures like them. 563 Field of Fire - A cool transporter-based rifle and a sight that penetrates bulkheads is used to kill people. 562 The Emperor's New Cloak - Quark rescues Zek from the alternate universe. 532 Resurrection - Kira meets her dead lover's counterpart from an alternate universe. 502 The Ship - The crew discover the remains of a crashed Jem'Hadar ship. 471 Facets - Jadzia meets the previous Trill hosts. 470 Shakaar - Kira joins with her former commander as she is manipulated by Kai Winn. 467 The Die Is Cast - Sisko goes into the gamma quadrant after Quark and Odo who are stuck with the Cardassians and Romulans in a failed raid on the Founders' planet. 466 Through the Looking Glass - Sisko replaces his dead counterpart in a parallel universe. 465 Improbable Cause - Odo investigates an attempt on Garak's life. 461 Destiny - A prophecy about the wormhole being destroyed starts to come true. 458 Past Tense - Sisko, Bashir, and Dax are trapped on 21st century Earth. 457 Past Tense - Sisko, Bashir, and Dax are trapped on 21st century Earth. 449 The House of Quark - Quark becomes the head of a Klingon house after he accidentally kills a Klingon.
726 Endgame - An old Janeway travels back in time to fight the Borg and make her voyage home go faster. 725 Endgame - An old Janeway travels back in time to fight the Borg and make her voyage home go faster. 719 Q2 - Q's son is looked after by Janeway. 704 Repression - The Maquis on Voyager are controlled remotely. 622 Muse - B'elanna Torres and Harry Kim are stranded on a planet where a poet uses them as inspiration. 617 Spirit Folk - A characters in a program in the holosuite become self-aware. 614 Memorial - The crew experiences memories of people who had made mistakes in the past leading to the loss of lives. 607 Dragon's Teeth - The Vordwar (?) are revived by the crew after being in stasis for over 900 years. 525 Warhead - The crew encounters a sentient weapon of mass destruction. 524 Relativity - People from 500 years into the future attempt to track down who placed a temporal disruptor bomb that destroys Voyager. 522 Someone to Watch Over Me - Seven of Nine undergoes training by the Doctor. 512 Bride of Chaotica! - Captain Proton (a parody of Buck Rogers TV shows) fights evil. 511 Latent Image - The hologram doctor has an ethical dilemma as his program goes crazy after making a choice to save the life of two patients. 422 Unforgettable - Chakotay falls in love with a girl but loses his memory when she leaves. 421 The Omega Directive - Janeway must destroy a powerful compound. 419 The Killing Game - The Hirogen learn about the Voyager crew by putting them in holodeck simulations. 418 The Killing Game - The Hirogen learn about the Voyager crew by putting them in holodeck simulations. 416 Prey - The Hirogen hunt Species 8472 and Seven of Nine disobeys Janeway. 410 Random Thoughts - B'ellana is to have her violent thoughts erased in a society where bad thoughts are prohibited. 409 Year of Hell - The Voyager crew must deal with the captain of a time ship who is bent on re-writing history for personal gain. 408 Year of Hell - TheVoyager crew must deal with the captain of a time ship who is bent on re-writing history for personal gain. 314 Alter Ego - Tuvok and Kim fall for an holodeck character. 313 Fair Trade - Neelix lies because he thinks his usefulness on Voyager is finished. 312 Macrocosm - A virus is both microscopic and macroscopic. 270 Renaissance Man - The doctor impersonates crew members to save Janeway's life. 269 Homstead - Neelix meets some other Telaxians and leaves the ship. 268 Natural Law - Seven and Chakotay are stranded on a planet with an indigenous society. 267 Friendship One - Janeway tries to help an alien society decimated by a nuclear device from Earth. 266 Author, Author - The doctor writes a novel but doesn't have the "right" to control it because he/she is a hologram. 264 Human Error - Seven of Nine explores her human side. 263 Workforce - The crew is abducted and their memories reprogrammed so they could be used as workers. 262 Workforce - The crew is abducted and their memories reprogrammed so they could be used as workers. 261 The Void - The ship is trapped in some weird void and Janeway needs to form alliances to get out. 260 Prophecy - B'ellana is considered to be a religious icon by a wandering Klingon ship. 259 Repentance - Seven of Nine grows attached to a prisoner who is about to be executed. 258 Lineage - B'ellana wants to genetically alter her baby because she is not proud of of being Klingon. 257 Shattered - The ship is fractured into many times. 256 Nightingale - Ensign Kim becomes captain of an alien ship. 255 Body and Soul - The doctor goes into Seven of Nine to hide. 254 Flesh and Blood - Holograms created by the Hirogen turn on them. 253 Flesh and Blood - Holograms created by the Hirogen turn on them. 252 Inside Man - A hologram of Barclay is commandeered by the Ferengi. 249 Drive - Paris races in space. 248 Imperfection - Seven of Nine's cortical implant starts to fail. 247 Unimatrix Zero - Janeway starts a civil war within the Borg collective. 246 Unimatrix Zero - Janeway infiltrates a Borg cube so a few of them can continue dreaming. 245 The Haunting of Deck 12 - An electromagnetic lifeform takes over the ship. 243 Life Line - The doctor travels back to the alpha quadrant to save his creator. 242 Live Fast and Prosper - People impersonating Voyager give Janeway a bad reputation. 241 Fury - Kess returns to change the future. 240 Good Shepherd - Janeway takes three incompetent crewpeople under her wing. 239 Child's Play - A child is engineered to destroy the Borg. 238 Ashes to Ashes - A former crewperson returns. 235 Collective - A Borg ship manned by teenagers is abandoned by the collective. 233 Blink of an Eye - Voyager is trapped in an orbit of a planet where time moves extremely fast. 232 Tsunkatse - Seven of Nine is kidnapped and is made to fight in a WWF-type match (this episode features The Rock and Jeffrey Coombs from Star Trek: Deep Space Nine. 231 Fair Haven - The ship runs into a radioactive storm which messes up the holodeck. 228 One Small Step - The crew encounter a massive ball of energy and a spacecraft from the Mars mission. 227 Riddles - Tuvok loses his memory. 226 Alice - Tom Paris bonds with a spaceship. 224 Tinker Tenor Doctor Spy - The doctor's dreams become a reality. 223 Barge of the Dead - B'elana has to confront her demons. 222 Survival Instinct - Seven of Nine faces the responsibility for three individuals. 221 Equinox - An alien lifeform is unethically being used as fuel. 220 Equinox - Janeway encounters Captain Ransom's ship who've been using other creatures as batteries to power their warp drive. 215 Juggernaut - The garbage dumping aliens run into Voyager once again as one of their ships carring radiation garbage malfunctions. 214 Think Tank - A think-thank wants Seven of Nine. 212 Dark Frontier - Janeway struggles with the Borg queen for control of Seven of Nine. 210 The Disease - Ensign Kim falls in love with an alien. 209 Bliss - The ship encounters a space-creature disguised as a wormhole. 205 Gravity - Tom and Tuvok are stranded on a planet. 204 Counterpoint - Janeway gets involved with an "inspector" from a race of people who are against telepaths. 202 Thirty Days - Tom Paris risks his rank to save an ocean in space. 199 Once Upon a Time - Neelix lies to Naomi Wyleman about her mum's fate. 198 In the Flesh - Species 8472 create a simulation of Starfleet to wage war with humans. 193 One - Seven of Nine must take care of the ship alone. 192 Demon - Paris and Kim get accustomed to the toxic environment of a demon planet while mining dilithium. 175 Scientific Method - Seven of Nine saves the crew from alien experimentation. 173 Revulsion - A psychotic hologram screws around with the Voyager crew. 170 The Gift - Kes outgrows Voyager and Seven of Nine learns to adjust to the ship. 169 Scorpion - The crew manage to defeat Species 8472 and also recover a Borg drone, Seven of Nine. 168 Scorpion - The crew encounter the Borg and Species 8472. 167 Worst Case Scenario - Tuvok's holodeck program is taken over by Seska to destructive ends. 166 Displaced - Janeway and the crew are slowly replaced by aliens. 165 Distant Origin - A scientist challenges doctrine by stating that his species evolved on Earth. 164 Real Life - The doctor creates a holographic family. 162 Favorite Son - Harry is believed to conceived by another alien species. 161 The Darkling - The doctor becomes crazy after integrating multiple personalities within him. 151 Future's End - Voyager thwarts the plans of Starling to bring back technology from the future. 150 Future's End - Voyager time travels to the 1996 earth and prevents a catastrophic event from happening in the 29th century. 147 The Chute - Paris and Kim face a death sentence and are imprisoned aboard a ship. 146 Basics - Janeway and the Crew are exiled on a planet by the Kazon. 144 False Profits - Voyager discovers that two Ferengi who went into a unstable wormhole are milking a planet for all its worth. 143 Sacred Ground - Janeway undergoes a spiritual ritual to save Kes' life. 141 Resolutions - Janeway and Chakotay are isolated on a planet since they are infected with a virus. 140 Tuvix - Tuvok and Neelix merge. 139 The Thaw - A computer program takes on the guise of a fear-clown and threatens the lives of the people it's monitoring. 136 Lifesigns - The doctor develops feeling for the first time when he treats a Viidian female for the Phage. 134 Dreadnought - A bomb programmed by Bel'ana goes amok. 132 Threshold - Paris undergoes transformations after achieving warp 10 on a shuttle flight. 130 Death Wish - A Q is made to stand trial for wanting to commit suicide; this episode stars John DeLancie who plays Q and Jonathan Fraker who plays Riker. 129 Prototype - Torres helps a race of robots create a new prototype but finds she has made a mistake. 128 Resistance - Tuvok and Torres are taken hostage. 127 Maneuvers - Seska returns to destroy Voyager. 125 Tattoo - Chakotay runs into ancestors of his ancestors. 124 Persistence of Vision - The crew experience hallucinations caused by an alien. 123 Parturition - Paris and Neelix take care of a baby alien. 121 Initiations - Chakotay instructs a young Kazon boy attempts to earn his "name". 120 The 37's - The crew encounters humans in stasis that were abducted by aliens. 119 Twisted - The ship is engulfed in a vortex that collapses the ship as it tries to communicate. 114 Faces - Torres is split into two beings to help an alien race discover a cure for a devastating virus. 113 Cathexis - Chakotay is disembodied. 112 Heroes and Demons - Harry, Tom, and Tuvok are taken in retaliation after Janeway inadvertently captures a photonic life-form. 111 State of Flux - Seska turns out to be Cardassian. 110 Prime Factors - Janeway tries to get hold of a device that would allow them to return from an extremely hospitable planet. 108 Ex Post Facto - Paris is accused of murder and forced to relive his alleged victim's memories. 105 Phage - Neelix's lungs are harvested by aliens. 104 Time and Again - Janeway and Paris end up in a causal time loop resulting in a planet's destruction. 103 Parallax - The crew is trapped in a quantum singularity. 102 Caretaker - The crew is thrown pulled towards the opposite end of the galaxy by the caretaker of an alien species. 101 Caretaker - The crew is thrown pulled towards the opposite end of the galaxy by the caretaker of an alien species. 32 Meld - Tuvok mind-melds with a murderer and acquires murderous intentions himself. ENKNF Waking Moments - The crew are trapped in a dream world. ENKNF Virtuoso - The Doctor becomes respected for his singing abilities. ENKNF Timeless - Voyager crashes spectacularly after trying to return home through a quantum slip stream; and Kim and Chakotay in the future play around with time to prevent it from happening. ENKNF The Voyager Conspiracy - Seven of Nine sees conspiracies everywhere. ENKNF The Swarm - A swarm of ships attack. ENKNF The Q and the Grey - The Q continuum face a civil war. ENKNF The Fight - Chakotay tries to communicate with other dimensional aliens through boxing. ENKNF - Seven of Nine dates the doctor who falls for her. ENKNF Pathfinder - Barclay and Troi from Star Trek: The Next Generation find a way to communicate with Voyager. ENKNF - Kess is injured and Janeway must go through a ritual to save Kess' life. ENKNF Critical Care - The doctor is kidnapped and made to treat patients. ENKNF Course: Oblivion - Creatures who are clones of the Voyager crew are also trying to make their way home. ENKNF - An alien entity keeps jumping people's minds to lure them back to a nebula where they can feed on the neural energy of the brains of the crew. ENKNF Alliances - Janeway reluctantly allies with the Trabe to fight against the Kazon. ENKNF 11:59 - Janeway describes how she was inspired by her ancestor.
422 These Are the Voyages - Riker interacts with Archer's crew in the series finale. 409 Kir'Shara - Archer, T'Pol and rebel leader T'Pau try to overthrow the corrupt Vulcan government. 408 Awakening - The Enterprise and the Vulcans stand off against each other. 407 The Forge - The Starfleet embassy on Vulcan is bombed. 406 The Augments - Arik Soong repents for his mistakes and goes about planning a new cybernetic creation. 405 Cold Station 12 - Arik Soong and his augments plan to raise more. 320 The Forgotten - A Xindi aids Archer as Trip gets upset at the death of his sister. 317 Hatchery - Archer becomes attached to a Xindi hatchery. 312 Chosen Realm - Archer meets a race who believes in the destruction of everything they do not believe in. 311 Carpenter Street - Archer and T'Pol go back in time to prevent the Xindi from unleashing a bioweapon. 310 Similitude - Trip is cloned so that the clone's brain matter can be harvested to cure the real Trip. 309 North Star - The crew discovers an old earth colony that still looks like the Wild West. 307 The Shipment - Someone from one of the Xindi races helps Archer. 306 Exile - Hoshi is held captive by a telepath. 305 Impulse - The Trellium ore makes T'Pol lose control of her emotions. 304 Rajiin - Archer encounters an apparent prostitute who's really a spy for the Xindi. 303 Extinction - The crew encounters a virus that re-writes the host's DNA. 302 Anomaly - The crew encounter an anomaly (and a Dyson sphere) in the expanse. 301 The Xindi - Archer goes after the Xindi. 225 Bounty - T'Pol goes into premature Pon Farr and Archer is captured by a bounty hunter who wishes to collect on a reward from the Klingons. 224 First Flight - Recounts his story of how Starfleet first achieved warp 2. 222 Cogenitor - Trip interferes with the mating rituals of a tri-gender species. 221 The Breach - Phlox is asked to treat an alien from a species hostile toward his race. 219 Judgment - Archer is put on trial by the Klingons. 218 The Crossing - The crew is taken over by non-corporeal life forms. 217 Canamar - Archer and Trip are detained for smuggling. 216 Future Tense - The Tholians and the Suliban are after a craft from the future that is in possession of the Enterprise. 215 Cease Fire - Archer negotiates a truce between the Andorians and the Vulcans. 214 Stigma - T'Pol fights the stigma of having a disease caused by mind-melds. 213 Dawn - Trip and an alien are isolated on a hot planet. 212 The Catwalk - The crew takes refuge inside a small maintenance shaft for eight days during a radioactive storm. 211 Precious Cargo - Trip falls for a monarch. 210 Vanishing Point - Hoshi gets stuck in the transporter's pattern buffer. 209 Singularity - The crew encounter a singularity and behave in a weird manner. 208 The Communicator - Archer and Reed face execution at the hands of a pre-warp society. 207 The Seventh - T'Pol must go after a Vulcan rebel. 206 Marauders - The crew scheme against marauding Klingons. 205 A Night in Sickbay - Archer worries about his dog and the sexual tension between him and T'Pol grows. 201 Shockwave - Archer and Daniels try to restore the timeline that vanished because of Archer's disappearance. 126 Shockwave - In the season finale, Archer finds himself set up by the Suliban. 125 Two Days and Two Nights - The crew's vacation on Riza doesn't turn out as planned. 124 Desert Crossing - Archer and Trip are caught in the middle of a war in a desert world. 123 Fallen Hero - A Vulcan ambassador is accused of criminal misconduct. 122 Vox Sola - An alien creature imprisons crew members in a web to make them return it home. 121 Detained - Archer and Mayweather are interned along with the Suliban. 120 Oasis - The crew encounter a father and daughter stranded on a planet, living with a hologram "family" (this episode stars Rene Auberjones, who played Odo on Star Trek: Deep Space Nine). 119 Acquisition - The Ferengi put the ship to sleep and Archer, Trip, and T'Pol must take back control. 118 Rogue Planet - An alien race hunts telepathic wraiths on a rogue planet. 117 Equilibrium - The crew encounters Vulcans who're not afraid of expressing emotion. 116 Shuttlepod One - The Enterprise is apparently destroyed. 115 Shadows of P'Jem - T'Pol and Archer are held captive as they mull T'Pol's transfer. 114 Sleeping Dogs - The crew encounter a Klingon ship disabled in a gas giant. 113 Dear Doctor - Pholx's ethics preventing from interefering with the evolution of two humanoid species the ship encounters. 112 Silent Enemy - The crew encounters an alien that toys with them until they get their new phase cannons to work. 111 Cold Front - Archer runs into Silik who's apparently being pursued by a time traveller for violating some sort of a time code. 110 Fortunate Son - The crew encounters the Naussican pirates. 109 Civilization - The crew land on a less-advanced planet and find another alien race mining it for materials to make weapons. 108 Breaking the Ice - The Enterprise crew drill a comet for a rare substance while a Vulcan ship watches. 107 The Andorian Incident - The Enterprise crew visit a Vulcan sanctuary and are taken hostage by the Andorans. 106 Terra Nova - The crew investigates Terra Nova, a legendary Earth colony whose inhabitants mysteriously disappeared. 105 Unexpected - Trip becomes pregnant after a first contact. 104 Strange New World - An away team is stranded on a planet and undergo hallucinations. 103 Fight or Flight - The crew encounters a ship with alien corpses. 102 Broken Bow - John Archer leads the first Starfleet mission to return a Klingon to his homeworld. 101 Broken Bow - John Archer leads the first Starfleet mission to return a Klingon to his homeworld.
210 Age of Reason - Turner uncovers the CG02 conspiracy (which is to create a new superhuman race). 209 Food - Turner investigates DNA from genetic engineering contaminating the land. 208 Down Came the Rain - Turner discovers a new species of spider capable of killing and healing. 207 Eliza - An A-life wreaks havoc. 205 Rage - A person manages to make people angry and get them to kill themselves. 204 Man Plus - Implants in brains tend to be correlated with certain superior skills. 203 Skin - Sydney discovers a scientist experimenting on homeless people. 202 The Devil Still Holds My Hand - Turner discovers his former mentor trying to expose the government's work on germ warfare research. 201 Spirit Falls - A group of slowly-aging recluses kill themselves. 3 Azrael's Breed - A scientist finds a way to culture and experience other peoples' memories.
92 Smoke Wrings - A device makes an advertiser's product seem irresistable. 91 About Face - A preacher learns he has feathered Siamese twins. 90 Ear Today ... Gone Tomorrow - A deaf safecracker regains his hearing after having his ears transplanted from an owl. 87 Fatal Caper - A rich man's son turns out to be his daughter after his inheritance. 85 A Slight Case of Murder - An aspiring writer conspires to kill a successful one. 84 The Kidnapper - A pawnshop owner falls in love with a pregnant girl but then despises the newborn baby. 83 Horror in the Night - An hit man runs into an old victim he massacred. 82 Last Respects - A magic monkey's paw prompts three sisters to fight amongst each other. 81 Escape - A German POW betrays his fellow prisoners. 77 In the Groove - A radio station co-owner conspires to kill his sister with the help of his new partner. 76 Doctor of Horror - A doctor searches for the soul in the bodies of recently dead people. 75 Staired in Horror - A hoodlum holes up in a cursed house where the people grow old or young as they climb up stairs. 74 The Assassin - An assassin who once worked for the government changes his appearance (and sex). 73 The Pit - The wives of two fighters end up duking it out. 72 The Bribe - A fire marshall's daughter isn't as nice as he thinks she is. 71 Revenge Is the Nuts - A caretaker of a home for the blind gets his dues. 69 Whirlpool - A comic book artist is caught in a time loop. 68 Only Sin Deep - A woman trades her beauty for her life. 67 Let the Punishment Fit the Crime - A ambulance-chasing lawyer from New York City is trapped in a nightmare town after breaking their laws. 63 Food for Thought - A circus magician kills his psychic wife's lover, but is killed by a Gorilla who is in love with the lover. 62 Came the Dawn - A beautiful thief falls for a rich man. 59 Two for the Show - A man learns his wife's lover was a police officer who follows him after he kills her. 58 House of Horror - A pledge leader in a fraternity gets his just dues. 57 Well-Cooked Hams - An ambitious young magician wants to get rid of his competitors. 56 People Who Live in Brass Hearses - A ice cream salesman happens to be a Siamese twin. 55 As Ye Sow - A person who suspects his wife of infidelity hires a hitman to kill himself. 54 Forever Ambergris - A photographer who is betrayed by his friend gets his revenge. 53 Death of a Salesman - A salesman cons the wrong family. 50 Werewolf Concerto - A werewolf hunter turns out to be a werewolf. 49 Maniac at Large - A librarian scared of a serial killer turns out to be the serial killer. 48 On a Deadman's Chest - A rock singer's tattoo comes to life. 47 Strung Along - A puppet takes revenge for the killing of its puppeteer. 45 What's Cookin'? - Human steaks are considered a delicacy. 44 This'll Kill Ya - Two researchers play a joke on their boss which backfires. 42 Beauty Rest - A beauty paegant contestant will do anything to win. 40 King of the Road - An old drag racer competes with a young upstart (played by Brad Pitt). 36 Spoiled - A surgeon gets even with his cheating wife by exchanging her body with that of her lover's. 35 Split Second - A lumberjack becomes blind after he sleeps with his boss' wife. 34 Dead Wait - A voodoo lady is after a man's red hair. 33 Easel Kill Ya - A painter kills to be inspired but it ends up resulting in the death of the girl he likes. 31 Carrion Death - A robber handcuffed to a dead cop has to drag him on his way to Mexico. 30 Undertaking Pallor - An undertaker collaborates with a doctor to kill people and make money. 27 Mournin' Mess - A reporter investigates missing homeless people who are eaten by cannibals. 26 Abra Cadaver - Two brothers play jokes on each other about apparent deaths. 24 The Secret - A couple who adopt a child turn out to be vampires, but the child turns out to be a werewolf. 23 My Brother's Keeper - A Siamese twin kills the lover of the other. 21 Mute Witness to Murder - A doctor who kills his wife ends up treating the witness who has gone mute from shock. 20 Lower Berth - A two-faced man ends up procreating with a mummy. 19 Korman's Kalamity - What a comic book artist draws becomes reality. 17 Judy, You're Not Yourself Today - An old witch switches her body with a old woman. 16 The Ventriloquist's Dummy - A ventriloquist's dummy turns out to be a Siamese twin. 15 Four-Sided Triangle - A young girl is held by a cruel couple and has to use her wits to escape. 14 For Cryin' Out Loud - A concert promoter plans to embezzle with the sales. 13 The Switch - A boy replaces parts of his body to gain the love of a girl. 12 Dead Right - A greedy wife doesn't counter herself as a member of the family who is to die so she can become rich. 11 The Sacrifice - A wife kills her husband so she can collect on insurance. 10 Three's a Crowd - A husband kills his wife after he thinks she's cheating on her when she is just planning a surprise party since she is pregnant. 9 'Til Death - The owner of a plantation uses voodoo to make a rich girl fall for him. 8 The Thing From the Grave - A girl's dead boyfriend returns to save her. 7 Cutting Cards - Two gamblers ultimately end up playing "chop poker". 6 Collection Completed - A retired husband is stuffed as pet by his wife after he kills her pets. 5 Lover Come Hack to Me - A newlywed kills her husband the same way her mum killed her father. 3 Dig That Cat ... He's Real Gone - A person can die nine times after being transplanted with a cat's brain. 2 The Man Who Was Death - An unemployed executioner finds an outlet for his passion. 1 And All Through the House - A child mistakes a psychotic for Santa Claus. ? Till Death Do We Part - A mobster lady orders her lover to kill his lover (this episode stars Roberto Picardo who plays the doctor on Star Trek: Voyager). ? Operation Friendship - A man's diminutive personality is killed to let his more aggressive side take over. ? Creep Course - A high school student ends up mummifying her teacher and another student who conspire to feed her to a mummy.
311 Hyde's Christmas Rager - Hyde invites his friends to a wild party at his and Bud's place.
213 Mommy's Bosses - Ryland's plan is uncovered and he is arrested. 212 The Fifth Page - The 4400 are poisoned by the government. 211 Lockdown - The males in the NTAC become overly aggressive. 210 Hidden - Kyle is discovered to be Jordan's killer. 209 Rebirth - A person responsible for the slaughter of Tutus is given a healing gift. 208 Carrier - One of the returnees causes hundreds of deaths. 207 Life Interrupted - Tom is drawn into an illusion so he can build a relationship. 206 As Fate Would Have It - Jordan is shot. 205 Suffer the Children - A teacher who brings out her students' artistic abilities is ostracised. 204 Weight of the World - Jordan's manipulative side is revealed. 203 Voices Carry - The government sends a mindreader to spy on Jordan. 202 Wake Up Call - Shawn gets more deeply involted with Jordan; Richard and Lily go on the run. 201 Wake Up Call - Shawn gets more deeply involted with Jordan; Richard and Lily go on the run. 105 White Light - The source for the 4400 return is revealed. 104 Trial by Fire - People start targeting the 4400 with bombing attacks. 103 Becoming - The public turns against the 4400. 102 The New and Improved Carl Morissey - Carl Morissey's power get him into trouble. 101 The Return - 4400 people abducted by a UFO return.
8507 Denise Drives - Denise buys a car.
119 The Road Not Taken - Talon gets involved in finding a kidnapped baby.
213 Zion - John Smith experiences an alternate life vision. 211 Playing God - Johnny tries to save his friend's life, at the expense of another friend. 210 Dead Men Tell Tales - John Smith gets involved with the Irish mob. 209 The Man Who Never Was - John Smith makes friends with an American spy in retirement. 208 Cabin Pressure - Johnny averts a plane crash. 207 Misbegotten - Johnny is kidnapped by three girls who want him to reveal a serial killer. 206 Scars - Johnny finds out that Stillson's opponent has a dark past. 205 Precipitate - Johnny experiences visions involving people who donated blood. 204 Outsider - Johnny has visions about a pharmaceutical drug going bad. 203 Ascent - John Smith beats death and saves Walt's life. 202 Descent - John and Walt go down a mine to rescue lost teenagers. 201 Valley of the Shadow - A psychopath tests Johnny's powers. 113 Destiny - Johnny Smith has visions of an apocalyptic future. 112 Shaman - John Smith communicates with an Indian medicine man from the past who can see the future. 111 Dinner With Dana - John Smith hooks up with his reporter friend. 110 Here There Be Monsters - Johnny Smith is almost burnt at the stake. 108 The Siege - Johnny Smith helps avert a bank robbery. 107 Enemy Mind - Johnny Smith trips after touching a girl with drugs in her. 106 The House - Johnny Smith finds out how his mother died. 105 Unreasonable Doubt - Johnny ends up serving on a jury trial. 105 Netherworld - Johnny Smith experiences such a powerful vision he's not sure what's real and what's not. 104 Enigma - Johnny Smith helps an old man reunite with his long lost flame.
408 8 Simple Rules for Buying My Teenage Dau - Peter sells Meg. 404 Don't Make Me Over - Meg has a makeover. 402 Fast Times at Buddy Cianci High - Brian becomes a substitute teacher. 321 Family Guy Viewer Mail No. 1 - Brian reads viewer mail. 313 Screwed the Pooch - Brian makes out with the Pewterschmidts' dog. 311 Emission Impossible - Stewie gets jealous at the thought of another baby in the house. 307 Lethal Weapons - Lois goes after New Yorkers with her new martial arts skills (taught by Ralph Macchio). 213 Road to Rhode Island - Stewie and Brian take a road trip. 212 Fifteen Minutes of Shame - Meg exposes her family on a talk show. 211 A Picture Is Worth 1,000 Bucks - Chris becomes a sought-after artist. 206 Death Is a Bitch - Peter trades places with the Grim Reaper. 203 A Very Special Family Guy Freakin' Chris - Lois freaks out on Christmas. 201 Peter, Peter, Caviar Eater - Peter and Lois inherit a mansion. 107 Brian: Portrait of a Dog - Brian leaves Peter but comes back. 104 Mind Over Murder - Stewie has teething problems and Peter builds a bar in his basement. 103 Chitty Chitty Death Bang - Stewie celebrates his birthday. 102 I Never Met The Dead Man - Peter gets into a car accident while teaching Meg to drive (The show was pretty funny but a bit rooted in the 70s and the 80s.).
112 All About Yves - The gunmen are led on a wild-goose chase to bait Yves. 111 The Lying Game - Skinner is suspected of murder. 107 Planet of the Frohikes - They find an intelligent chimp. 106 Madam, I'm Adam - A person chooses to have his memories altered so he can escape his real life. 104 Like Water for Octane - The Lone Gunmen track down a car that can run on water. 102 Bond, Jimmy Bond - The nerds team up with Jimmy Bond.
721 Human Factor - An AI decides humanity isn't worth saving, and a human (played by Robert Duncan McNeil from Star Trek: Voyager) disagrees but eventually sees the robot's point of view. 720 Dark Child - A mum is impregnated by an alien who returns to reveal her daughter for who she really is. 719 The Tipping Point - Artificial intelligence is created. 718 Lion's Den - A pressured wrestling coach gives his team an experimental new drug to enhance their abilities. 717 Rule of Law - A judge from Earth is sent to a distant planet to enforce humanity's notion of justice. 716 Abduction - A group of school kids are kidnapped so one of them can be taught a lesson about controlling his anger. 715 Time to Time - A time traveller goes back to the past to save her father but alters the future. 714 Mindreacher - A psychologist can enter other people's minds. 713 Free Spirit - A person who was killed while "out of his body" during an experiment returns. 712 Flower Child - A seductive woman challenges a young couple's ideas of commitment and monogamy. 711 In the Blood - An exploration of "transpace" reveals that it's very similar to the human body. 710 Worlds Within - A physicist saves a child who is caught between dimensions. 709 Alien Shop - The time traveller convinces a criminal to mend his ways. 708 Think Like a Dinosaur - Dinosaurs from another planet provide humans with a transportation device based on copying, but it requires a human operator to "kill" the current copy (i.e., "balance the equation") to make it work. 707 Replica - A comatose wife who is cloned recovers and confronts her clone. 706 Mona Lisa - An android built to kill becomes too humanish. 705 The Vessel - An author survives a space shuttle explosion caused by an alien lifeform that takes over his body. 704 The Surrogate - Aliens take over their hosts in the form of surrogate embryos. 703 A New Life - A cult is really a front for aliens turnning humans into slaves. 702 Patient Zero - A man from the future is caught in a causal time loop which kills millions of people in a plague. 701 Family Values - Robots enforce family values. 620 Nest - A parasitic insect from the arctic propagates from person to person but is sensitive to high numbers of red blood cells. 613 Decompression - A person from the future comes back to prevent the appointment of a despotic president. 610 Down to Earth - A stranger causes paranoia and chaos at a UFO convention. 606 The Beholder - A blind man sees aliens. 522 Better Luck Next Time - The alien creature from the Ripper episode and an episode about the wild west returns and gets its comeuppance. 521 Star Crossed - A human infected with a parasite dangerous to invading aliens needs to be kept alive. 520 Fathers and Sons - A grandfather's memories/skills are taken and put into other people, including his son. 519 Stranded - An alien befriends a young boy. 518 Essence of Life - A substance that induces hallucination is banned in an emotionless society. 517 The Inheritors - An alien race uses terminally ill patients to survive. 516 Deja Vu - A teleportation experiment goes awry and the lead scientist is stuck in a time loop. 515 The Haven - An AI computer malfunctions to "save" the humans. 514 Descent - A professor injects himself with primitive human DNA to make himself more dominant. 513 The Summit - Parties in a delegation for peace sacrifice themselves to prove their word. 512 Tribunal - A time traveller brings a Nazi war criminal to justice; this was a carelessly plotted time travel episode, but clever nonetheless.. 511 Ripper - Jack the Ripper turns out to be an alien. 510 The Shroud - Christ's second coming is made possible by genetic engineering. 509 What Will the Neighbors Think? - A hypochondriac can read her neighbour's thoughts. 508 Blank Slate - A person's memories are stolen but as they return he learns he's the one responsible for creating the device that steals the memories. 507 The Human Operators - Humans are slave operators to space ships, based on a story where one of the writers is Harlan Ellison and has the same sort of feel his short stories do. 506 Joyride - An astronaut encounters aliens from space. 505 The Other Side - A scientist doing research on brain damaged patients manages to interconnect their brains. 504 The Grell - A slave who has opportunities to run free doesn't. 503 Small Friends - A prisoner plays with nanites. 502 Donor - A person's complete body is transmitted, with latent memories. 501 Alien Radio (aka Dead Air) - A radio show host who sees aliens is mocked. 426 In Our Own Image - An android (played by Nicholas Lea from The X Files) takes a prisoner (played by Nana Visitor from Star Trek: Deep Space Nine) to find out how to get away from being a human slave. 425 Black Box - A soldier fantasises about reuniting with his daughter. 424 Phobos Rising - Humans fight as usual on Mars. 423 Origin of Species - A doctor tries to uncover the origins of the human race. 422 Balance of Nature - A doctor moves into a small town community. 421 The Promised Land - Aliens and humans fight on earth without understanding each other. 420 Nightmare - A human crew is allegedly captured and held in an alien prison. 419 Sarcophagus - An archaeologist couple discovers a unique future. 418 Monster - A telekinetic person conjures up a monster. 417 Lithia - In a society where all the males have died off due to their violent ways, a former cryogenically preserved soldier awakens and causes conflict. 416 Final Exam - A disgruntled student invents cold fusion. 415 Mary 25 - Mary is an babysitting upgrade of Valerie 23. 414 To Tell the Truth - Scientists on a colony refuse to listen to the warnings of a forecaster of impending doom. 413 The Joining - A human-alien symbiote is taken home. 412 Fear Itself (episode) - A person's fear is removed by surgery. 411 The Vaccine - A vaccine is distributed to a dysphoric world. 410 Identity Crisis - Human essences can be transplanted to other bodies. 409 Glyphic - 12 years later, children are exposed to a foreign language that opens their minds. 408 Rite of Passage - Aliens take care of humans that have been regenerated after humanity has become extinct. 407 Josh - A mysterious social worker has amazing powers. 406 Relativity Theory - Humans clash with aliens on an uninhabited planet. 405 In the Zone - A prowrestler enhances his skills. 404 In Another Life - A suicidal man is transported to another dimension to kill a homicidal doppelganger. 403 Hearts and Minds - A team of soldiers is sent to battle alien raiders where the first casualty of war is truth. 402 The Hunt - Androids are hunted by humans for sport. 401 Criminal Intent - A mutant child confronts his father. 318 A Special Edition - A bunch of clones are the basis of a conspiracy. 316 Bodies of Evidence - A space station captain is courtmartialed. 310 The Awakening - A girl without emotions suddenly is faced with it after a neuroimplant. 302 Second Thoughts - A mentally-ill person ends up "acquiring" the minds of four people. 301 Bits of Love - The last man on the planet abuses his AI holograms who then take control. 217 Paradise - Several elderly ladies try to fulfill a pact they made with an alien a long time before. 216 The Deprogrammers - Can humans be humans without free will?. 215 Afterlife - A soldier about to be executed gets a second chance if he agrees to transform his DNA. 214 The Heist - A rebel army group called the Lightning Dawn run into a cold sentient alien. 213 From Within - An ancient parasite removes inhibitions from all the townspeople it infects. 212 Inconstant Moon - What does it mean if the moon suddenly starts getting brighter?. 211 The Refuge - People in cryogenic sleep dream together. 209 Trial by Fire - A President distrusts aliens and brings upon his doom. 208 Straight and Narrow - A difficult student is taught to get with the program. 207 First Anniversary - Beauty is only skin deep. 206 Beyond the Veil - A suicidal person sees aliens. 205 Mind Over Matter - Human brains interface with a computer. 204 I Hear You Calling - A woman is suspicious of an alien visitor. 203 Unnatural Selection - A couple chooses to genetically enhance their child. 202 Resurrection - Androids clone a person after biological warfare destroys humanity. 201 A Stitch in Time - A time traveller goes back in the past to kill people who would end up committing crimes. 122 The Voice of Reason - The threat from aliens to humans is revisted via a clip show. 121 Birthright - A senator is kidnapped. 120 If These Walls Could Talk - Do ghosts exist?. 119 I Robot - A robot is put on trial for killing its creator (defense lawyer played by Leonard Nimoy). 118 The Message - A deaf woman with an implant hears more than she's supposed to. 117 The New Breed - A nanotechnologist seeks to play a god. 116 The Voyage Home - An alien from Mars tries to get to Earth through the first people to land on that planet. 115 Caught in the Act - An alien lifeform enters into a coed and absorbs the energy of the people she has sex with. 114 Quality of Mercy - A soldier imprisoned by aliens loses track of who he is. 113 The Conversion - A disgruntled employee gets a second chance. 112 Dark Matters - A ship is stranded in space. 111 Under the Bed - The bogeyman kidnaps two children. 110 Corner of the Eye - Aliens masquerading as humans claim to deliver the power to heal. 109 Living Hell - A human sees through the eyes of a killer. 108 Virtual Future - We can see a future minutes into the future. 107 The Choice - A new superspecies evolves. 106 White Light Fever - An old man tries to cheat death. 105 The Second Soul - An alien race inhabits the bodies of dead humans. 104 Blood Brothers - Two brothers pit the interests of science and business against each other. 103 Valerie 23 - An AI companion gets possessive. 102 The Sandkings - A Martian soil sample yields eggs that hatch intelligent, insectlike creatures with a violent bent. 101 The Sandkings - A Martian soil sample yields eggs that hatch intelligent, insectlike creatures with a violent bent.
618 Something About Harry - Aliens attempting to take over the earth fool a young boy. 617 Gettysburg - An attempt by a time traveller to change the future by altering the past results in the same outcome but in an unexpected manner. 616 Revival - A alien posing as an evangelist starts a new religion. 614 Abbadon - A cult leader executed and shot into space comes to life. 612 Glitch - Two androids starts a new race. 609 Stasis - Workers in a future world are kept in statis when they are not working to conserve energy. 608 Simon Says - A man builds a robot to replace his dead son. 607 Manifest Destiny - A spaceship crew sent to exterminate an alien species faces a mysterious illness. 606 Skin Deep - A person who can change appearance also changes in personality. 605 Judgment Day - A person is framed for murder just so he can be hunted and executed on live TV. 603 Breaking Point - A time traveller who is responsible for killing his wife kills his own past self before he meets her, but his wife kills herself anyway. 602 The Gun - Residents of a small town become killing machines (this episode stars John DeLancie, who also plays the omnipotent Q on Star Trek). 317 Stream of Consciousness - An information society is plagued with a virus. 315 The Revelations of Becka Paulson - A housewife gets shot with a bullet and becomes highly creative (based on a Stephen King story which is referenced in the Tommyknockers). 314 Music of the Spheres - Interstellar transmissions mutate teenagers. 313 Dead Man's Switch - A bunch of people are responsible for blowing up the planet in case of an alien takeover. 309 Tempests - An astronaut carrying a precious vaccine becomes the victim of spiders that induce hallucinations. 307 The Camp - Humans are held in a prison camp run by aliens. 121 Inner Child - A Siamese twin takes over the body of an injured person. 102 The Hundred Days of the Dragon - In this original series episode, an Asian country creates almost perfect imposters to replace powerful people in the U.S. and take over the country from within. 101 The Galaxy Being - An alien is transported to the radio station it was contacted from. 22F Final Appeal - A world without technology is held hostage (and eventually destroyed) by a cold fusion. 21F Final Appeal - A time traveller from the future predicts doomsday when a world outlaws technology. 15F The Grid - A computer uses mind control to enslave a population. 1-121 Children of Spider County - An investigation reveals the link between the disappearances of four scientists born in a single county.
420 The Inner Sense - Jarod reunites with his brother Ethan and his half-sister (Miss Parker). 416 Junk - Jarod infiltrates a drug rehabilitation centre to prove the innocence of a mother who has lost custody of her child. 109 Mirage - Jarod becomes a sky diver to solve a sky diver's murder.
2104 Treehouse of Horror XX - Lisa, Krusty, and Moe star in this 20th Halloween special. 2103 The Great Wife Hope - Marge goes against ultimate punching. 2102 Bart Gets A Z - Bart's prank on Mrs. Krabapel goes too far. 2101 Homer the Whopper - Homer acts in a superhero movie. 2021 Coming to Homerica - Ogdenville residents take over Springfield. 2020 Four Great Women and a Manicure - Tales of fancy featuring Homer as Sir Walter Raleigh; Lisa as Snow White; Marge as Lady Macbeth; and Maggie as the architect from Ayn Rand's Fountainhead. 2019 Waverly Hills 9-0-2-1-D'oh - The kids go to school in Waverly Hills. 2018 Father Knows Worst - Marge finds a sauna in the basement, Homer burns his tongue, and Bart and Lisa have childhood problems. 2017 The Good, the Sad, and the Drugly - Bart has a new girfriend and forgets Milhouse. 2015 Wedding for Disaster - Reverend Lovejoy turns out to be a nonminister for failing to pay his dues and Sideshow Bob channels Saw. 2014 In the Name of the Grandfather - The Simpsons go to Ireland to take care of their grandfather. 2012 No Loan Again, Naturally - Flanders becomes Homer's landlord. 2010 Take My Life, Please - Homer wonders what his life would've turned out like had he won his high schol selection. 2009 Lisa the Drama Queen - Lisa makes a new friend with whom she writes a fantasy book. 2008 The Burns and the Bees - Mr. Burns relocates a basketball team to Springfield. 2007 Mypods and Boomsticks - Lisa gets a MyPod; Bart has a Muslim friend; and Homer goes Jack Bauer against the Muslims. 2006 Homer and Lisa Exchange Cross Words - Homer becomes the breakup king, and Lisa gets addicted to crossword puzzles. 2005 Dangerous Curves - Homer and Marge reminisce about their marriage. 2004 Treehouse of Horror XIX - Three vigenettes parodying Transformers, 2008 elections, and It's the Great Pumpkin, Charlie Brown. 2003 Double, Double, Boy in Trouble - Bart trades his life with a rich kid lookalike. 2002 Lost Verizon - Bart gets Denis Leary's cell phone. 2001 Sex, Pies, and Idiot Scrapes - Homer becomes a bounty hunter and Marge works at an erotic bakery. 1920 All About Lisa - Lisa takes over for Krusty. 1919 Mona Leaves-a - Homer's mother returns and dies. 1918 Any Given Sundance - Lisa makes a film about her family that gets into the Sundance festival. 1917 Apocalypse Now - Bart raises and falls in love with a calf. 1916 Papa Don't Leech - The Simpsons take in a country singer. 1914 Dial 'N' for Nerder - Homer cheats on his diet which ends up with him landing on a reality show. 1913 The Debarted - Skinner and Chalmers sneak an orphan into Bart's gang. 1912 Love, Springfieldian Style - Homer and Marge celebrate Valentine's Day. 1911 That 90s Show - A flashback details Marge and Homer's early dating days where Homer works hard to pay for Marge's college. 1910 E Pluribus Wiggum - Homer burns down a number of fast food places, leading the Mayor to have an early Presidential election primary. 1909 Eternal Moonshine of the Simpson Mind - Homer loses his memory. 1908 Funeral for a Fiend - Marge goes in for TiVo as Sideshow Bob returns. 1907 Husbands and Knives - A new comic book guy arrives at Springfield as Marge becomes a successful businesswoman. 1906 Little Orphan Millie - Milhouse's parents get remarried again. 1905 Treehouse of Horror XVIII - Parodying E.T., Kodos "phones home" to destroy earth (E.T. Go Home); A great parody of the film where Marge and Homer go against each other (Mr. and Mrs. Simpson); A parody of a haunted house where Flanders convinces the kids that treating is better than tricking (Hell House). 1904 I Don't Wanna Know Why the Caged Burns S - Marge befriends a bank robber. 1903 Midnight Towboy - Homer becomes a tow truck driver. 1902 Homer of Seville - Homer becomes an opera singer, with a cool Homer "evolution" introduction. 1901 He Loves to Fly and He D'oh's" - Homer spends a night with Burns in luxury and learns the price of success. 1822 24 Minutes - For the 400th episode, an amazingly great parody of the TV show 24 where the Counter Truancy Unit and Bart who defuses a Stink Bomb to be set off in Springfield Elementary. 1821 You Kent Always Say What you Want - Kent Brockman gets fired on FOX for violating FCC rules. 1820 Stop or My Dog will Shoot - Santa's Little Helper becomes a police dog. 1819 Crook and Ladder - Homer, Apu, Moe, and Skinner become volunteer firemen. 1818 The Boys of Bummer - Bart drops a catch and becomes hated by the town, while Marge and Homer lose their love-making bed. 1816 Homerazzi - Homer becomes a papparazzi to make money lost by fire damage. 1811 Revenge Is A Dish Best Served Three Time - The Simpsons narrate three tales of revenge. 1810 The Wife Aquatic - Marge visits an island she loved and is shocked to find it a mess. 1809 Kill Gil: Vols. 1 & 2 - After watching an ice skating show, the Simpsons pick up a slobby houseguest in an episode that goes all over the place. 1807 Ice Cream of Marge (With the Light Blue - Marge becomes a folk art sculptor using popsicle stickets. 1806 Moe 'N' A Lisa - Moe becomes a poetic success with Lisa's help. 1804 Treehouse of Horror XVII - Homer becomes a blob with a parody of Sir Mixalot in Baby got Fat (Married to the Blob); Bart obtains control of a Golem (You Gotta Know When to Golem); and Orson Welles' broadcast becomes reality as Kang invades in a manner similar to the invasion of Iraq (The Day the Earth Looked Stupid).. 1802 Jazzy and the Pussycats - Bart becomes an excellent Jazz drummer much to the chagrin of Lisa. 1801 The Mook, the Chef, the Wife, and His Ho - Fat Tony is put out of commission as his son becomes Lisa's friend. 1719 Girls Just Want to Have Some Sums - Skinner is replaced after making a sexist remark. 1716 Million Dollar Abie - Abe Simpsons becomes a matador. 1713 Seemingly Never-Ending Story - The Simpsons are trapped in a cave an exchange stories. 1711 we're on the Road to D'Ohwhere - We're on the Road to D'Ohwhere. 1710 Homer's Paternity Coot - Homer finds his long last father (cool opening sequence). 1709 Simpsons Christmas Story - The Simpons narrate famous historical tales that they are a part of (Homer, Marge, and play Mary and Joseph; Homer; Grandpa,and Mr. Burns; and a parody of The Nutcracker). 1708 The Italian Bob - The Simpsons go to Italy to pick up Burns' car and run into Sideshow Bob. 1707 The Last of the Red Hot Mamas - Marge has a new friend who gets her engaged in exciting activities; Lisa gets an Italian tutor. 1706 See Homer Run - Homer doesn't appreciate the gift handmade by Lisa and runs for mayor to make her happy. 1705 Marge's Son Poisoning - Marge goes bicycling with Bart and Homer exercises only one arm. 1704 Tree House of Horror XVI - In the Halloween episode featuring B.I. Bartificial Intelligence; Survival of the Fattest; the World Series of Manhunter with host Terry Bradshaw; I've Grown a Costume on Your Face. 1703 Milhouse of Sand and Fog - Maggie gets chickenbox and Homer tries to form a business to infect other children. 1702 The Girl Who Slept Too Little - A cemetery that is relocated next to the Simpsons' house scares Lisa. 1701 The Bonfire of the Vanities - Marge leaves Homer. 1621 The Father, The Son, and The Holy Guest - Bart Goes to Catholic School. 1619 Thank God It's Doomsday - Homer thinks he can predict the rapture. 1618 A Star Is Torn - Lisa goes on the Krusty-sponsored Li'l Starmaker show. 1617 The Heartbroke Kid - Bart becomes fat on vending machine food. 1616 Don't Fear the Roofer - Homer befriends a roofer who everyone thinks is imaginary. 1614 The Seven-Beer Snitch - Homer becomes a snitch in prison. 1613 Mobile Homer - Homer obtains an RV. 1612 Goo Goo Gai Pan - Homer pretends to be Selma's husband to adopt a Chinese baby. 1610 There's Something About Marrying - Homer starts marrying gay and lesbian couples. 1609 Pranksta Rap - Bart fakes his own kidnapping. 1608 Homer and Ned's Hail Mary Pass - Homer teaches stars how to dance. 1607 Mommie Beerest - Marge takes a role in running Moe's Tavern. 1605 Fat Man and Little Boy - Bart becomes a big T-shirt maker. 1604 She Used to Be My Girl - Marge's high school friend returns and makes her jealous. 1603 Sleeping With the Enemy - Marge befriends Nelson. 1602 All's Fair in Oven War - Marge falls in love with her neighbour's kitchen. 1601 Treehouse of Horror XV - In the Halloween episode Ned gains the power to foretell people's deaths (The Ned Zone); Maggie is shrunk, then swallowed by Mr. Burns; in Victorian London, Detective Eliza Simpson and her sidekick, Dr. Bartley, pursue the Muttonchop Murderer. 1522 Fraudcast News - Lisa takes on Mr. Burns as he tries to control all media (another reference confusing Larry Flynt and Stephen Hawking is made). 1521 Bart-Mangled Banner - Bart moons the American flag by accident. 1520 The Way We Weren't - Homer and Marge reminisce about how they met. 1519 Simple Simpson - Homer becomes a superhero called the Pie Man. 1518 Catch 'em If You Can - Homer and Marge sneak off to Miami. 1516 The Wandering Juvie - Bart hooks up with a girl who's more than his match. 1515 Co-dependent's Day - "Cosmic Wars" sucks and Homer and Marge become drinking buddies. 1514 The Ziff Who Came to Dinner - Artie Ziff ends up living with the Simpsons. 1513 Smart and Smarter - Maggie is considered to be very smart, with Simon Cowell. 1512 Milhouse Doesn't Live Here Anymore - Milhouse moves to Capital City. 1511 Margical History Tour - Marge goes back into history starting with Homer as Hentry VIII; Lenny and Carl as Lewis and Clark and Lisa as Sacagaewea; and Bart as Mozart. 1510 Diatribe of a Mad Housewife - Marge writes a book. 1509 I, D'oh-bot - Homer becomes a robot to please Bart. 1508 Marge vs. Singles, Seniors, Childless Co - Marge fights for a school tax. 1508 Marge vs. Singles, Seniors, Childless Co - Maggie goes to see a child show which pits Marge against some denizens of Springfield. 1507 Tis the Fifteenth Season - Homer gives up his greediness after buying an Astrolabe, which makes Ned jealous. 1507 My Big Fat Geek Wedding - Skinner gets married to Crabapple. 1506 Today I am a Klown - Homer gets his own talk show. 1506 Today I am A Clown - Krusty Undergoes a Bar Mitzvah. 1505 The Fat and Furriest - Homer tries to have a rematch with a bear. 1504 The Regina Monologues - The Simpsons go to England. 1503 The President Wore Pearls - Lisa becomes the class president. 1502 My Mother the Carjacker - Homer's mother returns. 1501 Treehouse of Horror XIV - In the 14th Halloween episode, Homer becomes the Grim Reaper; Lisa harvests human body parts from Springfield residents to create a Frankenstein monster; Bart and Milhouse discover a watch that stops time. 1421 Bart of War - Bart and Milhouse end up on opposing teams after a prank goes awry. 1420 Brake My Wife, Please - Homer stops drinking and starts taking care of Marge. 1419 Old Yeller Belly - Snowflake saves Homer's life. 1418 Dude, Where's My Ranch? - David Byrne produces a song Homer writes hating Flanders. 1417 Three Gays of the Condo - Homer is confronted with his alcohol problems. 1414 Mr. Spritz Goes to Washington - Krusty becomes a legislator. 1411 'Scuse Me While I Miss the Sky - A documentary maker works on Springfield Elementary as Lisa becomes an astronomer. 1410 C.E. D'oh - Homer takes charge of the nuclear plant. 1408 A Star Is Born Again - Ned Flanders dates an an actress. 1407 I'm Spelling as Fast as I Can - Lisa takes part in the Spellympics. 1406 Pray Anything - Homer prays to god to get things to happen. 1405 Barting Over - In the 300th episode Bart emancipates from his parents. 1404 The Strong Arms of the Ma - Marge lifts weights to overcome her fear of being weak and helpless. 1404 Large Marge - Marge gets breast implants. 1403 The Dad Who Knew Too Little - Homer hires a detective to learn about Lisa. 1402 Special Edna - Bart nominates Mrs. Krabappel for Teacher of the Year and Homer confuses Little Richard/Michael Jackson. 1401 Treehouse of Horror XIII - In this Halloween special, Homer clones swarm the countryside; a madman turns townspeople into animallike creatures (parodying The Island of Dr. Moreau); a posse of otherworldly outlaws rides into Springfield. 1401 The Great Louse Detective - Sideshow Bob helps the police catch someone who's stalking Homer. 1322 How I Spent My Strummer Vacation - Homer goes to rock camp. 1321 The Frying Game - Homer takes care of an endangered caterpillar and ends up on death row for killing an old lady. 1321 Helter Shelter - The Simpsons star in a Reality TV show after their house is infected with termites. 1320 Little Girl in the Big Ten - Lisa pretends to be a college student. 1320 Bart vs. Lisa vs. 3rd Grade - Bart and Lisa both end up in 3rd Grade. 1319 The Sweetest Apu - Apu cheats on his wife. 1317 Poppa's Got a Brand New Badge - Homer becomes a police officer after Lisa's Malibu Stacy dolls stolen. 1314 Tales From the Public Domain - Homer reads stories to the kids, including ones involving Ulysses, Joan of Arc, and Hamlet. 1313 I Am Furious Yellow - Bart creates a comic book based on Homer. 1312 The Lastest Gun in the West - Bart and Lisa befriend an old cowboy actor. 1312 Gump Roast - Homer's "roasted" with clips reminiscing the Simpsons' lives. 1311 Weekend at Burnsie's - Homer inhales medical marijuana after being attacked by crows. 1311 Bart Wants What It Wants - Bart has a rich girlfriend. 1310 Blame It on Lisa - The family goes to Brazil. 1309 The Old Man and the Key - Grandpa Simpson borrows Homer's car. 1307 Brawl in the Family - Acid rain falls on Springfield; the family fights over Monopoly; and Homer and Ned's second wives turn up. 1305 Jaws Wired Shut - Homer's jaw is wired shut and he becomes polite. 1304 Half-Decent Proposal - Homer "rents" out Marge to Artie Ziff to raise money to cure Homer's snoring problem. 1303 Sweets and Sour Marge - Marge goes on a crusade against fatness and Homer becomes a sugar smuggler. 1302 She of Little Faith - Lisa becomes a Buddhist after Homer destroys the Church which becomes commercialised. 1301 Treehouse of Horror XII - Homer is cursed by a Gypsy (Hex in the City); Marge orders a home that's run by a Hal-like computer (House of Whacks); Bart and Lisa attend a Hogwarts-like school of magic. 1222 Parent Rap - A judge orders Bart and Homer to be leashed together. 1221 The Blunder Years - Homer regresses to his childhood and we discover Burns that "adopted" Smithers. 1220 Homer the Moe - Homer competes with Moe by opening a bar in his garage. 1218 Hunka Hunka Burns in Love - Burns falls in love, thanks to Homer's fortune in a cookie. 1217 Simpsons Tall Tales - The Simpsons act the roles of characters in Grimm Brothers' fairy tales, Paul Bunyan, and Tom Sawyer/Huckleberry Finn. 1215 I'm Goin' to Praiseland - Flanders builds an amusement park in the memory of his wife. 1213 Simpson's Safari - They go to Africa. 1213 Day of the Jackanapes - Sideshow Bob reunites with Krusty after hypnotising Bart. 1212 New Kids on the Blecch - Bart is in a boy-band. 1211 Bye Bye Nerdie - Lisa figures out why bullies bully. 1209 Hungry Hungry Homer - Homer goes on a hunger strike. 1206 The Computer Wore Menace Shoes - Homer sets up his own web site and wins the Pulitzer. 1206 Skinner's Sense of Snow - Principal Skinner refuses to shut down Springfield Elementary during a snowstorm. 1205 Pokey Mom - Marge befriends a talented prison inmate. 1204 Lisa the Tree Hugger - Lisa lives on a tree to save it. 1204 Homer vs. Dignity - Homer asks Burns for a raise. 1203 The Great Money Caper - Homer and Bart run a con game. 1203 Insane Clown Poppy - Krusty's daughter shows up. 1201 Treehouse of Horror XI - Homer must earn a place in Heaven, dolphins take over Springfield, and fairy tales get scary. 1122 HOMR - Homer removes a crayon stuck in his brain and becomes smarter. 1122 Behind the Laughter - The Simpsons are featured in the style of "behind the music". 1120 Last Tap Dance in Springfield - Lisa learns to tap dance and Bart and Milhouse spend time in a mall. 1120 A Tale of Two Springfields - Homer separates the town based on area code, and The Who play Springfield. 1118 It's a Mad, Mad, Mad, Mad Marge - The family takes on Otto's girlfriend in their home. 1118 Days of Wine and D'Oh'ses - Barney becomes sober. 1116 Kill the Alligator and Run - Homer goes on spring break. 1113 Saddlesore Galactica - Bart races a horse. 1113 Bart to the Future - Bart sees the future in an Indian casino. 1111 Beyond Blunderdome - Homer helps Mel Gibson make a movie. 1106 Faith Off - Bart is given the power to heal. 1105 Take my Wife, Sleaze - Homer forms a motorcyle gang. 1104 Treehouse of Horror X - Ned Flanders is killed by Homer, Bart and Lisa become superheroes, and the Y2K bug is exploited. 1104 Little Big Mom - Marge breaks her leg and Lisa takes over. 1103 Guess Who's Coming to Criticize Dinner - Homer becomes a food critic. 1103 Eight Misbehavin' - Apu and Manjula have octuplets. 1023 Thirty Minutes Over Tokyo - The Simpsons go to Toyko while they're to save money (featuring the voice of George "Sulu" Takei). 1020 The Old Man And The 'C' Student - An attempt to bring the Olympics to Springfield fails thanks to Bart, and Bart takes the elderly out of their retirement homes for the time of their lives. 1019 E-I-E-I D'oh! - Homer grows Tamasco. 1018 Simpsons Bible Stories - The various characters are involved in Biblical plots. 1016 Make Room for Lisa - Homer becomes indebted to a cellular phone company. 1015 Marge Simpson in 'Screaming Yellow Honke - Marge's road rage combined the Canyonero SUV makes a potent weapon. 1014 I'm with Cupid - Apu and Manjula get it on. 1011 Wild Barts Can't Be Broken - Bart exposes Springfield's secrets when Chief Wiggum imposes a curfew. 1007 Lisa Gets an A - Lisa gets an award for her school because she cheated on a test. 1004 Treehouse of Horror IX - Homer mimics Snake, Itchy and Scratchy go after Bart and Lisa, and Maggie is found to be Kang's daughter. 925 Natural Born Kissers - Homer and Marge spice up their love life by performing PDAs. 915 The Last Temptation of Krusty - Krusty goes non-commercial but the lure of the Canyonaro is too much for him. 905 The Cartridge Family - Homer buys a gun to protect his family. 905 Marge Gets a Job - Marge gets a job at the nuclear factory and Mr. Burns falls in love with her. 904 Treehouse of Horror VIII - Homer battles mutants; Bart morphs with a fly; and Marge and her sisters turn out to be witches in the middle ages who start the custom of Halloween. 819 Grade School Confidential - Bart becomes Skinner's and Krabappel's confidante. 815 Homer's Phobia - Homer befriends a gay antiques dealer. 806 Lisa's Pony - Homer buys a pony for Lisa. 802 You Only Move Twice - Homer leaves the Springfield power plant to go work for Scorpio. 707 King-Size Homer - Homer goes on disability after gaining 100 pounds. 701 Who Shot Mr. Burns - The identity of who shot Burns is revealed. 621 Who Shot Mr. Burns - Burns is shot and everyone is a suspect. 606 Treehouse of Horror V - In this Halloween special, The Shining, Crime and Punishment, and Soylent Green are spoofed. 506 Marge on the Lam - Marge and her single mom neighbour go out. 505 Treehouse of Horror IV - Halloween shorts about the Simpsons family features vampires out to get Bart. 501 Homer's Barbershop Quartet - Homer reminisces about his time in a barbershop quartet. 422 Krusty Gets Kanceled - Krusty's show gets cancelled. 421 Marge in Chains - Springfield has a case of the Osaka flu and Marge gets into trouble for shoplifting. 420 Whacking Day - Bart is expelled. 419 Homer's Enemy - Homer has an enemy and Bart owns a factory. 418 So It's Come to This: A Simpsons Clip Sh - Homer's past flashes by him reminding him of the times he hurt himself. 417 Last Exit to Springfield - Homer fights to keep his dental plan. 416 Duffless - Homer gives up alcohol. 414 Brother From the Same Planet - Bart looks for a new father and Lisa falls for a Beverly Hills 90210 character. 413 Selma's Choice - Selma decides to get artificially inseminated. 404 A Milhouse Divided - Homer divorces Marge and marries her again. 315 Homer Alone - Homer cares for Maggie when Marge is away. 309 Saturdays of Thunder - Homer and Bart build a soapbox racer. 204 Two Cars in Every Garage and Three Eyes - Burns runs for governor. 112 Krusty Gets Busted - Krusty is framed by Sideshow Bob for shoplifting. 111 The Crepes of Wrath - Bart goes to France. ? Treehouse of Horror ? - Three intersecting stories (Homer losing his thumb; Lisa trying to enter the science fair; and Bart and Milhouse discovering a stash of fireworks) are told in parallel. ? - The children are under curfew and Village of the Damned is parodied. ENKNF Three Men and a Comic Book - Bart buys Radioactive Man #1. ENKNF The Wizard of Evergreen Terrace - Homer becomes an inventor. ENKNF The Mansion Family - The Simpsons house-sit for Mr. Burns. ENKNF Tennis the Menace - Homer builds a tennis court in his house. ENKNF Take my Wife Sleaze - Homer forms a motorcyle gang. ENKNF Sunday, Cruddy Sunday - The Simpsons watch the Superbowl. ENKNF Separate Vocations - Bart becomes the school monitor. ENKNF Raging Abe Simpson and His Grumbling Gra - Grandpa Simpson fights with Burns to get the Flying Hellfish treasure featuring a parody of the German guy at the end who refers to Kraftwerk. ENKNF Pygmoelian - Mo undergoes plastic surgery. ENKNF Mom and Pop Art - Homer becomes a successful artist. ENKNF Missionary: Impossible - Homer becomes a missionary. ENKNF Maximum Homerdrive - Homer drives a truck across the country. ENKNF - Lisa and a bunch of geeks in Springfield become town rulers (with Stephen Hawking making a guest appearance as Larry Flynt!). ENKNF Homer to the Max - A character named Homer shows up on TV. ENKNF Hello Gutter, Hello Fadder - Homer bowls a perfect game. ENKNF Children of a Lesser Clod - Homer runs a day-care center. ENKNF - Burns learns to be self-reliant. ENKNF - Bart is put on a drug to make him behave. ENKNF - Bart falls for Reverend Lovejoy's daughter. ENKNF - Bart and Milhouse run the comic book store. ENKNF A Star is Burns - A film festival is held in Springfield. ENKNF Alone Again Natura-Diddly - Flanders' wife dies. ENKNF - A company designs toys that eliminate their competition, featuring Gary Coleman.
7611 And When the Sky Was Opened - Three astronauts who've apparently survived a space flight crash slowly disappear. 7609 Perchance to Dream - A person who fears dying in his dreams mistakenly falls asleep. 530 Stopover in a Quiet Town - A couple driving under the influence ends up being kidnapped by aliens and used as toys. 504 A Kind of Stopwatch - A person with a stop watch that can stop time breaks it as he has frozen the world. 401 In His Image - A robot created to mimic a man's desires becomes the man's salvation. 331 The Trade-ins - An elderly man wants a young, artificial body. 314 Five Characters in Search of an Exit - A group of five people are trapped in a cylinder that actually is a container for another humanoid species but is much much larger -- in a variance of a theme that appears again and again in the Twilight Zone. 310 The Midnight Sun - A girl dreams the sun is moving closer to the earth when in reality it's moving farther away. 308 It's a Good Life - A six-year old controls everyone from thinking bad thoughts. 229 The Obsolete Man - A person is condemned to die by the State for being an individual. 215 The Invaders - Tiny invaders from space (who turn out to be human) terrorize a female (who turns out to be an alien). 212 Dust - A man who is about to be hung is saved by a stroke of fortune. 207 Nick of Time - An office manager (played by William Shatner) ends up being obsessed by a fortune telling machine in a small town, almost to the point of remaining there forever. 140 Developing - A wife whose husband dies guides her to happiness. 139 Eye of the Beholder - A totalitarian leader makes everyone the same by making them ugly. 138 The Collection - Lonely girl finds a way to keep her babysitters forever. 137 The Pharaoh's Curse - Where a magician has figured out a way to live forever. 136 Cold Fusion - A person discovers a new weapon and goes crazy. 135 Placebo Effect - A person's imagination becomes real. 134 How Much Do You Love Your Kid - A mother takes part in a TV show to find her kidnapped child. 133 Memphis - Person with brain cancer is given a second chance. 132 The Monsters Are Due on Maple Street - Fear drives a neighbourhood to attack innocent people that don't behave like everyone else. 131 It's Still a Good Life - A boy with awesome powers from the original Twilight Zone show, Anthony Freemont, has to reckon with his daughter who has greater powers. 130 Into the Light - A teacher can fortell the deaths of people. 129 Tagged - A gang kid is unable to escape the guilt of committing a murder. 128 Rewind - A person addicted to gambling can't walk away after having won. 127 Another Life - A black person abused by the police dreams about making it big. 126 Fair Warning - A girl is able to sense her own future. 125 The Path - A girl becomes too dependent on a fortune teller. 125 People Are Alike All Over - Humans on a manned mission to Mars end up being put on display. 123 Gabe's Story - A person realises that there is indeed fate writing his life. 122 The Last Lap - A person who fears death learns to not fear it. 122 Found and Lost - A person gets a second chance to correct past wrongs. 121 Future Trade - An unhappy person trades his future for that of another. 120 Sanctuary - Two people leading hectic lives are given a second chance. 119 Mr. Motivation - A talking doll helps a wimp get motivated. 118 Hunted - A futuristic police officer hunts down a killer who has committed the first act of violence in over 30 years. 117 Sensuous Cindy - An AI construct becomes a stalker. 116 Chosen - An angry man rebuffs the help of two missionaries. 115 To Protect and Serve - A police officer protects a teen from her sadistic pimp. 113 Upgrade - A housewife daydreams of a perfect family and it happens. 112 Harsh Mistress - A guitar is extremely possessive of its player. 111 The Lineman - A telephone lineman can hear other people's thoughts, but it makes him crazy. 110 Azoth the Avenger Is a Friend of Mine - A boy's imagination conjures up a comic book hero who protects him from his abusive father. 109 The Pool Guy - A killer is sentenced to relive the murder of his victim in his dreams. 108 Time Enough at Last - The sole survivor of a nuclear holocaust finally finds the time he has to read but then breaks his glasses. 104 The Sixteen-Millimeter Shrine - An aging actress wants to live in her past. 103 Mr. Denton on Doomsday - A washed-up gunslinger is given a potion to make him draw fast again, but he runs into someone who has the same potion. 102 One Night at Mercy - A doctor runs into death. 102 One for the Angels - A pitchman makes a deal with deal. 101 Where Is Everybody? - An Air Force pilot getting ready for a trip to the moon is subjected to isolation and undergoes hallucination. 101 Evergreen - Rebellious teens are turned into fertilizer. 1-403 Valley of the Shadow - A reporter visits a town whose inhabitants can manipulate time, energy and matter. 1-317 One More Pallbearer - A man invites three enemies to share his bomb shelter. ? - A piano makes everyone reveal their true selves.
919 The Truth - In the final episode, Mulder and Scully end up fugitives from the law. 918 Sunshine Days - A person with psycokinetic abilities fantasises about the Brady Bunch. 917 William - Jeffrey Spender returns to stop Scully's child from being a super soldier. 917 Release - Doggett encounters his son's murderer. 915 Jump the Shark - The Lone Gunmen die. 914 Improbable - A serial killer kills by numbers. 913 Audrey Pauley - Reyes goes into a coma induced by a corrupt doctor. 912 Scary Monsters - Lelya Harrison recruits Doggett and Scully to work on a case involving a child capable of influencing other people's imaginations. 911 Providence - Scully goes after her son's kidnappers - I can see the whole series making sense now; does Chris Carter?. 910 Provenance - The agents discover a second spacecraft in Alberta that Scully's child has some connection with. 909 Underneath - A person Doggett arrested years ago is set free. 908 Trust No. 1 - A stranger (played by Terry Quinn from Millenium) asks Scully to contact Mulder. 906 Lord of the Flies - Doggett, Scully, and Reyes investigate people being killed by insects controlled by human-insect hybrids. 905 4-D - Doggett and Reyes are killed by Lukesh in a parallel Universe. 904 Hell Bound - Reyes and Doggett investigate a string of murders in which the victims were skinned alive. 903 Daemonicus - A person in a mental institution manipulates people into thinking he is innocent when he really is killing people. 902 Nothing Important Happened Today - Doggett, Scully, and Reyes continue to pursue the truth behind Scully's baby. 901 Nothing Important Happened Today - Scully's child may not turn out be entirely human. 821 Existence - Scully gives birth to her baby. 820 Essence - The aliens are after Scully's unborn baby. 819 Alone - Doggett has a new partner and encounters a new species. 818 Three Words - Mulder and Doggett butt heads. 817 Empedocles - A "thread of evil" causes humans to destroy themselves. 816 Vienen - Mulder and Doggett both confront the black oil. 815 Deadalive - Mulder comes back once again. 814 This Is Not Happening - Scully again runs into Jeremiah Smith, but it appears that he's unable to save Mulder. 810 Salvage - Scully and Doggett investigate murders committed by a person who is poisoned with a metallic alloy that has memory. 809 Sure Kill - A person who is almost blind seems to have x-ray eyes and kills from behind walls. 808 Per Manum - Scully fears for her pregnancy after hearing the stories of people who've had experiences similar to her. 807 Via Negativa - Doggett investigates the deaths of 20 cult members and two FBI agents as his nightmares start to take on a life of their own. 806 Invocation - A boy who is kidnapped returns after ten years without a single change. 804 Patience - Scully and Doggett investigate a man-bat. 803 Redrum - Time goes backward for a person accused of murdering his wife. 802 Without - Mulder is impersonated by a bounty hunter and John Doggett is assigned to the X Files. 801 Within - Scully and a new agent investigate Mulder's disappearance. 722 Requiem - Mulder and Scully revisit their first case; Mulder is abducted; and Scully ends up pregnant. 721 Je Souhaite - A Genie's wishes may not be what you want. 720 Fight Club - Two twins cause strange events to happen. 718 Hollywood A.D. - Mulder and Scully star in a film. 718 Brand X - A big tobacco company tries to cover-up a transgenetic experiment that has gone out of control. 717 All Things - Scully reunites with her mentor who she had fallen for. 715 En Ami - Scully mistakenly trusts the Cigarette Smoking Man to obtain a cure for cancer. 714 Theef - A doctor who performs a mercy killing on an unknown patient is attacked by her father--through witchcraft. 713 First Person Shooter - A virtual reality video game turns deadly. 712 X-Cops - The FOX show Cops is parodied. 711 Closure - Mulder discovers the truth about his sister. 710 Sein Und Zeit - Mulder begins a personal investigation into the disappearance of young children and his mother dies. 709 Signs and Wonders - A religious group uses snakes to test their faith. 706 Rush - Teenagers discover ways to become superfast. 704 The Sixth Extinction II: Amor Fati - Mulder dreams of an ideal life in a coma and finally snaps out of it. 703 The Sixth Extinction - Mulder acquires telepathic powers. 703 Hungry - Mulder and Scully track a "monster" who's a brain eater. 702 The Goldberg Variation - Mulder and Scully encounter a guy with unnaturally good luck. 622 Biogenesis - Mulder's life is threatened by an artifact that allegedly argues that humans originated from another planet. 621 Three of a Kind - The Lone Gunmen trick Scully into helping them in Las Vegas. 621 Field Trip - The skeletons of the victims in a double murder are found in a field. 620 The Unnatural - The Negro Leagues dominate baseball, thanks to an alien player (written and directed by David Duchovny, it was pretty bad but funny in that sense). 618 Milagro - A writer falls in love with Scully and his imagination comes to life. 617 Trevor - A prisoner can walk through walls. 616 Alpha - A human turns into a murdering wolf/dog featuring Andrew J. Robinson, who plays Garak in Star Trek: Deep Space Nine. 615 Monday - A bank robber blows up a bank in a time loop. 613 Agua Mala - Salt-water based sea-monster in a Florida Hurricane comes to land. 611 Two Fathers - The second part of the Two Fathers episode. 610 Tithonus - A photographer knows when people are about to die. 608 The Rain King - Mulder and Scully investigate a rainmaker "king". 608 How the Ghosts Stole Christmas - Mulder and Scully investigate a haunted house on Christmas Eve. 607 Terms of Endearment - A mother is accused of killing her unborn child. 605 Dreamland - Mulder and another government agent gets their bodies switched because of a time-warp in Area 51. 604 Dreamland - Mulder and another government agent gets their bodies switched because of a time-warp in Area 51. 603 Triangle - Mulder is trapped in a ship in the Bermuda Triangle in 1939. 515 Travelers - Mulder talks to a former FBI agent about his father. 514 The Red and the Black - Mulder confronts creatures whose existence could expose a conspiracy. 513 Patient X - Cassandra Spender is introduced as alien abductions go awry. 512 Bad Blood - Scully and Mulder have different recollections of an investigation into vampiric activity. 507 Emily - Scully fights to protect a small girl from the men responsible for her adoptive parent's deaths. 505 The Post-Modern Prometheus - A letter draws Scully and Mulder to a small town. 504 Detour - Mulder and Scully encounter a mutated Ponce De Leon in Florida. 419 Synchrony - A MIT post-doc is visited by his future self. 417 Tempus Fugit - Max Fenig is abducted. 414 Leonard Betts - Mulder and Scully go after an evolutionary advanced human who needs to ingest cancer to survive (this is the episode where Scully discovers she has cancer). 413 Never Again - Scully gets a tattoo and briefs a psychopathic person who communicates with his tattoo. 412 Kaddish - A Golem shows up. 411 El Mundo Gira - The famous "Chupacabra" turns up. 410 Terma - Mulder escapes from a Russian prison. 409 Tunguska - Mulder and Krycek go to Russia and Mulder's infected with the black oil in a Russian gulag. 408 Paper Hearts - A child killer claims to have killed Mulder's sister. 407 Musings of a Cigarette Smoking Man - The Cigarette Smoking Man reminisces about his past that includes the killing of John F. Kennedy and Martin Luther King. 406 Sanguinarium - A person uses witchcraft to change his appearance after killing four people. 405 The Field Where I Died - Mulder runs into his reincarnated lover from a past life. 404 Teliko - A huamoid species kills to compensate for its lack of a pitiutary gland. 403 Home - A family of inbreeders try to survive. 401 Herrenvolk - Jeremiah Smith takes Mulder to the bees and the clones and the second X is killed. 324 Talitha Cumi - Jeremiah Smith is introduced as Mulder's mum falls into a coma. 323 Wetwired - The government programs people to kill via their TV programming. 322 Quagmire - Scully and Mulder investigate disappearances near a lake believed to be caused by killer sea-serpent. 321 Avatar - Mulder and Scully try to prove Skinner's innocence when he's accused of murder. 320 Jose Chung's from Outer Space - A search for the cause of an UFO abduction results in an Air Force conspiracy. 319 Hell Money - People play a game to sell their internal organs. 318 Teso Dos Bichos - A "cat spirit" kills archaeologists who've brought back an artifact from South America. 317 Pusher - An individual with a brain tumour is able to plant strong suggestions in people. 316 Apocrypha - The person who shot Skinner and Scully's sister is apprehended, and the black oil is removed out of Krycek. 315 Piper Maru - Divers discover the black oil alien on a salvage mission. 314 Grotesque - Mulder tracks a killer who turns out to be his former mentor. 313 Syzygy - Mulder two girls become powerful thanks to a cosmic event. 312 War of the Coprophages - Cockroaches create a panic. 311 Revelations - Scully turns out to be the saviour of a boy with Stigmata. 310 731 - Mulder and NSA agent are on a train that's supposed to blow up. 309 Nisei - Mulder discovers a video of an alien autopsy. 306 2Shy - A killer who thrives on fat stalks females over the Internet. 305 The List - An inmate who is executed returns to take revenge by killing the five people responsible for his death. 304 Clyde Bruckman's Final Repose - A serial killer goes after fortune tellers. 303 D.P.O. - A boy struck by lightning can harness it to his own ends. 302 Paperclip - The Cigarette Smoking Man goes against the Consortium and almost has Krycek killed; Scully's sister in a coma ends up dying. 301 The Blessing Way - Mulder turns out to be alive after being thought dead in a boxcar, Scully discovers her implant, and Scully's sister Melissa is killed. 225 Anasazi - A hacker sees more than he should see when he hacks a government computer; Mulder's father is killed by Krycek. 224 Our Town - A town of cannibals end up with a prion disease after eating someone infected with Creutzfeld-Jacob disease. 223 Soft Light - A physicist becomes dark matter. 221 The Calusari - A young boy whose twin died comes back to haunt him. 220 Humbug - The agents investigate the murder of an "alligator man" circus performer. 219 Dod Kalm - Mulder and Scully age while trapped in a sinking ship. 218 Fearful Symmetry - Animals are abducted and impregnated. 217 End Game - Mulder trades his sister for Scully with a bounty hunter. 216 Colony - Samantha shows up as the alien bounty hunter goes about killing alien clones. 215 Fresh Bones - The agents investigate mysterious deaths of soldiers at a Haitian refugee camp in North Carolina. 213 Irresistible - A serial killer who removes hair and fingernails from his victims targets Scully. 212 Aubrey - An FBI agent turns out to be the grand-daughter of a serial killer and she has inherited his killing nature. 209 Firewalker - Scientists studying an erupting volcano meet mysterious deaths. 208 One Breath - Scully is comatose. 204 Sleepless - Mulder and Scully investigate Vietnam war soldiers whose brains were altered to ensure they never needed to sleep (Krycek first partners with Mulder and the new Mr. X shows up). 202 The Host - Mulder and Scully encounter a human-flukeworm hybrid. 123 The Erlenmeyer Flask - Mulder and Scully discover the alien fetus that is responsible for the human-alien hybrid/vaccine and Deep Throat is killed. 122 Roland - A mental retarded "idiot savant" janitor murders scientists in a lab. 121 Born Again - A murdered cop who was betrayed by his partners returns in the form of a little girl to take revenge. 120 Squeezed II - The liver-eating mutant Mulder put in prison is released and wants to feed again. 119 Darkness Falls - A a small colony of bugs dormant in the rings of a tree kills people by wrapping them in cocoons, when the tree is cut down. 118 Shapes - A werewolf-like creature shows up at an Indian reservation. 117 Miracle Man - A boy who can perform miracles is hated by someone whose life he saves. 116 E.B.E. - The government shoots down an UFO over Iraq and executes the alien. 114 Lazarus - An FBI agent shot by a bank robber shot by Scully ends up with the bank robber's essence. 113 Genderbender - Scully and Mulder pursue a killer belonging to an Amish-like group who can switch gender. 112 Beyond the Sea - Scully's father dies and a serial killer named Boggs helps track down another serial killer. 111 The Gift - A soul-eater dies to save Doggett's life. 111 Fire - A person who can spontaneously combust causes havoc. 110 Eve - Two people are killed in an identical manner across the country. 109 Fallen Angel - The government covers up an alien attack as Mulder is about to be disciplined. 108 Space - The space shuttle program is being sabotaged by aliens. 107 Ice - Mulder and Scully are threatened by tapeworm-like alien creatures. 107 Ghost in the Machine - A Hal-like computer kills people to ensure its survival. 105 Shadows - The ghost of secretary's boss who apparently died of suicide protects her. 104 The Jersey Devil - The agents track the Jersey Devil. 103 Conduit - Mulder and Scully try to find a girl who was abducted. 102 Squeeze - A humanlike person lives forever by eating the livers of five people and hibernating for 30 years. 101 Deep Throat - Mulder and Scully investigate disappearances of pilots who test military UFOs; Deep Throat contacts Mulder. 100 Pilot - Mulder and Scully team up to investigate UFO abductions in Oregon. ? - The Pusher returns with his sister. ? - Mulder is taken hostage by an employee who claims his boss is evil. ENKNF The Amazing Maleeni - A magician dies after performing an impossible trick. ENKNF S.R. 819 - Skinner is infected by nanoprobes. ENKNF - Prisoners who are infected with a parasite escape and Scully is trapped in a quarantine situation. ENKNF Orison - Scully confronts and kills a psycho who formerly kidnapped her. ENKNF One Son - The second part of One Son. ENKNF - Mulder and Scully are trapped under the influence of a fungal hallucinogenic. ENKNF Millennium - A conspiracy involving the Millennium group is revealed, with Frank Black. ENKNF Medusa - Scully and Doggett investigate a strange sea creature in a subway tunnel. ENKNF Chimera - A small town in Vermont is being stalked by evil spirits accompanied by a Raven. ENKNF - An alligator is killing off the people in a lake but Mulder suspects it's a sea monster. ? - A person has to keep travelling west to keep his head from exploding. ? - A girl who's the victim of abuse projects it onto children she's counseling as well as somehow manipulating the local orchards. ? - A child who can read minds is sought after by the conspiracy. ? - A blind girl is able to see through her father's eyes.
122 Meet My Maker - Farve takes Hume to meet his maker. 121 Virtual Justice - Hume investigates the killer of his partner. 120 Personal Effects - Olan gives evidence over to a person she's involved with. 119 Eye Witness - Olivia is an eyewitness in a prominent murder investigation. 118 Assessment - Hume and Farve are kidnapped by Brack. 116 Restitution - Olivia regains her memories and Nagel is killed. 115 Paranoid - Olivia is found have a Rekall implant and loses her memories. 114 Astral Projections - A ship carrying an ancient artifact makes the people go crazy. 113 Burning Desire - A sublimator causes people to spontaneously combust. 112 Brightness Falls - Hume and Farve investigate the Level Four cult. 109 Baby Lottery - A baby with a rare gene is highly sought after. 108 First Wave - A genetically-enchanced kid goes crazy. 107 Rough Whimper of Insanity - Farve and other androids become abusive, thanks to the Technician. 106 Infiltration - The nature of the Echelon project is revealed. 105 Allure - Two girls are genetically altered to make them 1000 times more attractive to boys. 104 Self-inflicted - A doctor returns from Mars carrying a deadly virus. 103 Nothing like the Real Thing - A homeless girl is exploited by Rekall blackmarketers. 102 Machine Dreams - Hume's partner is murdered by Androids. 101 Machine Dreams - Hume's partner is murdered by Androids.
104 Trust - An alien con artist works with Cole. 103 Roswell - Cole tracks Raahm to the Rosewell crash site. 101 Tracker (self-titled) - An alien tracks fugitives from his planet that are on Earth.