Maggie and Eric is a fan series set 12 years into the future from the current timeline. Homer and Marge have had a fourth child, Eric, who inherited much of Marge's DNA (thanks to Homer working at the plant) and Maggie is agressive, and a tomboy, who hates Lisa with a passion. Bart, works for a local radio station with Jessica Lovejoy and Lisa is a travelling sax player. Many other aspects around town have also changed, Mr. Burns is dead, and the plant is run by Smithers with Homer still working there, Lenny and Carl are gone, Principal Skinner is mayor, and is married to Mrs. Krabappel with a son, Arlie. And many products are now produced by the XL Coorperation, which Bart works for.
12.01: Indecent Pro Baseball
Marge protests the new attire of the female vendors at the XLl stadium as they're much to skimpy, and in Marge's opinion: Distract the players and male fans away from the game. Also, while Marge is trying to boycott the style of clothes, Maggie and one of the younger vendors are coming closer and closer to winding up in a knock down, drag out fist fight over a comment made about Marge.
12.02: The Comeback Bob
Tired of the constant games and flattery, Bob's sets his sights on kidnapping Jessica Lovejoy--who he mistakes for Bart's girlfriend--and demands Bart face him in final showdown, Bart unexcitedly responds: No. However, Bart's boss thinks otherwise, since Jessica is a ratings magnet, so Bart now has to rescue his unbeloved co-worker or be fired.
12.03: Voice Boxed
Eric has always been the quiet one, but because of his normally gravelly voice, his vocal chords can be easily damaged and when an examination of his throat reveals a callous on his voice box, he has to remain silent for six months, or possibly remain silent forever if his throat doesn't heal properly.
12.04: The Powers that Be
The former Simpson's neighbor, Ruth Powers returns as part of a leader of a local feminist union and recruits Mandy DeGeorge. Meanwhile her rebellious daughter, Laura is in the middle of a trying period with her husband, and is trying to put the moves on Bart.
12.05: Springfield the Beautiful
Marge leads a campaign to have Springfield rejuvinated and out of the bottom 10 cities the US. Unfortunetly, Homer and Bart's "helpful" ideas (Bart: Let's make Springfield the bungee jumping capital of the US!) aren't making matters better.
12.06: His Girl, Maggie
Homer begins to worry about Maggie becoming more and more withdrawn so he tries to get her to do more things with him. To Maggie's dismay, she finds Homer more and more looney in his atempts at winning her over.
12.07: Boy Bland
Maggie, normally not into guys who like to dress prep, falls for a member of a boy band after finding out he's really a true rebel at heart who despises being a "prep", but ends up causing him to think about a career in the music industry, or living a normal life.
12.08: Scourge of the C minus
When Mandy's parents return to Springfield, they meet the Simpsons and take a liking to Maggie and offer her a private tutoring. When they realize a lot of Maggie's social stifling comes from her angst with Lisa, they try to patch things up between the two.
12.09: Le Mess
For the ultimate anniversery present, Bart uses some petty cash in his name to pay for a trip to Paris for Homer and Marge. However, when Eric wants to go with Felecia, Bart scrapes together enough dough to cover them and he goes along to keep an eye on the kiddie duo. However, when Bart become seperated from the kids, they find them trying escape from Ugalon and Ceaser. Meanwhile, Homer and Marge are battling a crappy hotel and bad water.
12.10: The Be Sharps Brandthology
Nigel tries to convince Maggie and Eric to get Homer to Skinner, Barney, and Apu (now living in parts unknown in India with his family) to come back and record a new song and make an anthology of unrelased material. Otherwise, Nigel will have no choice but to wind up a baker, a job he's had since the Be Sharps ended a dozen years ago.
12.11: Meet the Springfieldians
In a documentry-style episode, a host gives viewers a tour of the points of interest in and around Springfield.
12.12: Whom Godfather's Destroy
Fat Tony's "promotion" top Don ushers in a new era for Springfield and the Mob underworld. Now setting his sights on Viktor, the CEO of the Springfield Branch of the XL corp, he plans on "pursuading" Viktor to make some programming decisions and contributions for "protection", but when Viktor refuses, a turf war breaks out.
12.13: Marge the Republican
When the presidential campaigning rolls through Springfield, Marge meets an old high school friend, Miranda, who is now working for the GOP's. Pursauded my Miranda's reasoning for joining the Republican party (she found God) Marge agrees to help her for a few weeks. Meanwhile, Lisa finds out and tries to convince Marge to rethink her position.
12.14: Gene Fool
Lisa's normally liberal views are put into conflict (better medicine vs animal rights) when she learns that animals are potentially being harmed in genetic research in a Springfield lab and leads a protest to have the research ended. Meanwhile, Maggie and Eric try spread the word of Lisa's crusade via public TV and their own play by play newscast.
12.15: Homer and Son
After another arguement in Father / Son relations, Homer tells Maggie and Eric about his time growing up with Abe when he was little and with his childhood pal, Barney Gumble.
12.16: Herb's Hideaway
Maggie, Eric, Felecia, and Arlie Skinner are invited to Herb Powell's mountain mansion along the Oregon seashore for a weeklong vacation. After finding an old newspaper clipping regarding a long lost vast fortune hidden under the house, the four kids try and find it, much against Herb's wishes.
12.17: Band of Mothers
Marge, Mandy, and Edna help promote a new book about Motherhood and Maturity, but when Marge finds out the book wasn't written by the author, but instead by a council of all male doctors, Marge demands her picture be taken off the credits, but the book publisher refuses, so Marge goes out of her way to fake being a bad mother to try and smear the book.
12.18: Right Said Ned
When Ned and Racheal return to Springfield on their second Honeymoon in the now old, but well maintained RV from Call of the Simpsons, they ask Homer and Marge to spend lunch with them at the RV park. However, when Ned's check bounces and the duo are out of cash and gas, Marge agrees to let the couple stay with the family, much to Homer's displeasure, until Ned clears up the matter with the bank.
12.19: Summer Blackout
During a violent storm, all of Springfield is left without power and civil unrest occurs in downtown, but when Marge finds out Maggie was part of the mob, she tries to get her unruly daughter in line by doing "demanding" housework. Meanwhile, Eric is opposed to this line of punishment as he keeps trying to convince Marge it will not work.
Maggie's computer during study hall is used a download point for some hacked, sensitive government files without her knowledge and when the school is quickly investigated for the crimes, Maggie is quickly apprehended and is placed in government custody. Meanwhile, Homer and Marge and desperately trying to get her released as Maggie is making friends, who are also under supervison, who can help her get her out of her dillema.