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.
2.01: Clothes Doors
Eric's dream of doing modeling work comes true, but his "fame" turns to a fiscal nightmare as Marge and Homer are swindled by the modeling agency. To make things worse, Eric's likeness becomes used without his permission.
2.02: Ask Maggie It
Maggie's token election into the 7th grade student council lands her the job as treasurer, but when the money is stolen, she's blamed and sent to juvenile court.
2.04: Any Takin' Sunday
Eric gets a paying job as the student ambassador for Rev. Lovejoy's televised Sunday school program. However, once his popularity starts to rise, the now egocentric Rev. tries to find a way to fire him without a public backlash. Meanwhile, Eric's earnings start to turn him into a moderately corrupt child.
2.05: The Shortest Road
The Simpsons hire a tutor at the advice of Maggie's teacher to bring her up to speed, but Maggie is against the idea because of the time she'll be away from her friends in school.
2.06: Crummy in the Family
Arlie Skinner and Eric Simpson try to be "friends" on a student trip to the Mayor's Mansion just outside of Springifeld. However, when someone accidently spills a vase onto an electrical outlet, an electrical fire breaks out and both Arlie and Eric are blamed and punished. However, when Arlie recieves a "pardon" and Eric doesn't, Homer tries to smear Mayor Skinner's reputation.
2.07: Meet the Three Sharps
Eric, Arlie, and Felecia (dressed up as a boy) are united by the trying-to-get up and out of the gutter, Nigel, whom is trying to start a new "boy- band" craze. After convincing the three lads to lip-sync to his hired singers while in concert, his shady "band" becomes famous.
2.08: Homer vs. I-95
Homer's solo trip back home lands him vs. a crazed trucker down I-95 in a duel that could lead to a potential breakdown. (Steven Spielberg guest stars as the voice of the angry trucker)
2.09: Hamsters, Inc
Felecia's buying of two hamsters leads to a full time breeding of hamsters for cash, but the furry littly critters get loose and she has to prevent the critters from multiplying ad nausem without calling an exterminator (and before her parents find out).
2.10: Days in the Life...
Maggie and Eric tag along with Lisa as she plays sax in a travelling blues band in Shelbyville.
2.11: Mom Online
When Marge opens a website, with Maggie and Eric's help, she answers questions on parenting and how to deal with other various household questions. However, when the site is hacked, Marge's head is superimposed onto a Playdude model and Marge becomes the scandal of Springfield.
2.12: Ipso Gas No
Thanks to a fuel shortage brought on by a trucker strike, the residents of Springfield must get by with what little fuel remains.
2.13. The Farce Must Go On
Eric and Mia (bitchy brain of the fourth grade) are cast together in the school play as Felecia's scenes are written out of this tale of Romeo and Juliet.
2.14: Lucky Svens
Gerald and the Swedish hacker twins: Sven and Molly, plan to crash the middle school's grades in an effort to hide their cheating and bad grades, meanwhile, Maggie is secretly keeping tabs on them in an attempt to stop them and try to tattle her way back from the depths of detention hell.
2.15: Sister of the Down
After many years without a vacation, Marge takes an expense free vacation as a born-again Nun to find some inner peace, but finds trouble in the Springfield Abbey when the priest begins to hit on her.
2.16: Hammer and Psycho
Thanks to some staffing changes at KBXL, Jessica Lovejoy is promoted to her own talk show, but when she breaks down during a taping of a show about Family and Religion, Bart is curious and begins to do some digging on what happened between Jessica and her parents.
2.17: Dollars to D'oh! Nuts!
For her economics class, the sarcastically enthusiastic Maggie decides to do a half-assed report on how Homer's taxes are dispersed. After some digging at city hall, it appears large amounts of money aren't accounted for. Sensing a chance to cause trouble, Maggie blows the whistle on the missing tax money.
2.18: Le Finale
When a prominent fashion designer's final show is announced, Eric wants to attend, but Marge is against the "liberal" influence. However, she changes her mind as long as Maggie and her go. Unfortunetly, Maggie embarrasses her little brother and that causes Eric to go into a state of depression.
2.19: I Want You, Man
When a Marine, civillian area, training exercise takes place at night near Springfield, it scares the townspeople, but inspires Bart to join, despite Marge's objections. However, Homer couldn't be more proud.
2.20: Springfield I Hardly Knew Ye
With the property taxes out of control, Homer and Marge are contemplating moving to Shelbyville, but Bart, Maggie and Eric strongly object.
2.21: Born to be Riled
Homer tries to get Eric more involved with activities his age, but Eric ends up turning Homer into a fashion freak, thus inciting Maggie to try and change him back. Thus leading the kids to make Homer into the "ideal" father-figure.