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.
29.01: Through the Woodwork (Halloween Episode)
Thirteen years ago, a young Homer and Marge purchased their home at 742 Evergreen Terrace whose previous owners vanished one night without a trace. Twenty five years later, Maggie accidentally cuts herself and watches in horrid awe as the blood that dripped onto the floor is suddenly absorbed through the linoleum. After watching Eric be absorbed (eaten) by the house, she manages to escape and find out what the hell is going on.
29.02: The Trains of this Outfit
When the Lovejoy TV industries is under investigation for tax fraud, again, the Rev decides to get out of the Religious racquet and start a small hobby shop that sells model trains that is located in the old Monorail building. After a month in business, he meets the Trainman of Shelbyville, Ross T. Carter (voiced by Conan O'Brien) and they form an alliance. However when Carter decides to try and use the Rev's business to make his own prosper, Lovejoy decides to get down and dirty with a little "training" of his own.
29.03: Party Like It's 105.9...FM
For Bart's 5th anniversary as a DJ, his fellow co-workers decide to throw him a special company party at the new nightclub in town called the Neon Gommorah. Unfortunately, no one told Bart that this was an "adult" only party, complete with strippers, and when their cues go off, the "event" is witnessed by Homer and the rest of the family. Marge, worried that her son is turning into sleazebag, tries get Bart to apologize to his two youngest siblings, but Maggie and Eric feel there's nothing to be apologized to about and which causes Marge to feel like she's become an old-bitty.
29.04: Nostalgia Balloons
When Lisa was in the first grade 16 years ago, she and her fellow classmates let loose a flock of balloons that contained information about themselves and Springfield elementary. Now, 16 years later, a good-looking guy arrives in Springfield with Lisa's balloon he's kept since he was 7 years old and he's always wanted to meet this seemingly brighter-than-average first-grader. Unfortunately for Bart, this guy, Ricky, is also applying for a DJ position at KBXL and when Bart finds out this strange person is trying to meet Lisa, he does his best to hide Lisa from Ricky.
29.05: The Punk Electionaire
Maggie, Eric, Felecia, and Schizo Nova join forces to promote Springfield's new Independent Candidate--Seymour Skinner. Homer and Marge, also supporting Seymour, are tired of the nastiness brought on by Edna and want a straight-up mayor who's for the people. Meanwhile, Edna, who doesn't want to be outdone, brings some star-power of her own, like Rainier Wolfcastle. Meanwhile, Eric discovers why SchizoNova is so supportive of Seymour--Seymour plans to make marijuana legal inside Springfield city Limits. Once Marge finds out, she bans Maggie and Eric from helping Skinner's re-election drive, but Felecia is permitted to stay on board.
29.06: Coining the Craze
When Marge's mom passed away five years ago, she left a storage locker in Capital city filled with various odds and ends. After sorting through the goods, Marge comes to the conclusion the only items of any value are a beautiful hand made silk scarf and a box of old coins. However, when Marge has the coins assessed, one of the coins was from 1892 and is worth close to 100,000 dollars and when the collector does more digging on the coins history, it turns out it was stolen from a private collection nearly 50 years ago and now Marge must find a way to prove her mother didn't steal the goods and keep the Bouvier family name in good-standing.
29.07: Gabbing Westward
When Homer and Eric take a semi-rare father and son road trip alone together, the car breaks down in a desert near a one-gas station, one liquor-store, town. While Homer is bargaining with the partially drunk gas station attendant, his son, a year younger than Eric, is anxious to be friends with this stranded stranger. After a few hours, these polar opposites are getting along, but when Homer's car is fixed, Eric doesn't want to leave.
29.08: Bark Skies
Bart's apartment doesn't allow pets, but when Bart finds a Rotweiller hungrily digging through his trash, he decides to give it some real food. Soon, it's now by Bart's side at all times and Bart decides to take the dog to work. However, when the canine disappears without a trace while Bart is on break, he thinks Jessica is behind the disappearance and soon Bart is trying to get her to fess up to something she may or may not have done.
29.09: The Hatrick Sisters
Patty and Selma invite Marge over to a weekend of Tupperware and "quit-smoking" camp. While there, Marge is befuddled by one of the councilors who looked like her father when he was in his 50's. Curious, Marge does some sleuthing in regards to Mr. Familiar between the Tupperware and being supportive of the attempt at quitting with Patty and Selma.
29.10: A Treason to Believe
When Homer volunteers to be a guinea pig in a Fat-Study between overeating and the ability for someone to "stomach" paying increased taxes, he, and the rest of the family, become the target of hatred when Homer helps the city council tax all of the salty, fatty, and alcohol incensed based food and drink in Springfield.
29.11: A New Heavens and a New Turf
After weeks of heavy rain, the NW corner of Springfield is subjected to a massive Sinkhole and the Heavenly Hills Mall suffers the brunt of the damage. Being the second favorite hangout of Eric and Felecia, they're pleased to announce plans to rebuild. Unfortunately, the new mall will be on the last remaining wetland in Springfield County. Unfortunately, Eric and Felecia are now against Lisa and the Wildlife preserve.
29.12: Make Your Mark
Mark's recent hiring at the plant as the new head of personnel worries Homer as Mark hasn't been too respectful to Homer and the Simpson family. Meanwhile, Felecia finds out her father might be terminating Homer's position and refuses to speak with him until he promises not to fire Homer. Also occurring, Maggie's been trying to frame Mark by making him look like he's having an affair with the plant's secretary.
29.13: Lisa's Decca Dents
Lisa, while in Toronto, joins a group of neo-hippies and becomes the leader's saxophonist in his local band. After a month, she establishes herself, but when the band and hippie leader turns out to be a corporate sham to make some cash of the neo-hippie movement, Lisa doesn't know if she's willing to go and back out of her lifelong dream of having her name on a well-produced CD.
29.14: We Can't Work it Out
Maggie's constant working out has Dr. Hibbert worried that she might not grow to the normal height. Acting over motherly, Marge bans Maggie from working out until she is sure her daughter's health will be okay. Unfortunately, the lack of exercise leads Maggie down the path of even being more like Homer--sitting on the couch and letting her ass grow.
29.15: The Zillionaire Boy's Club
When Eric is the first non-billionaire boy accepted into the club, he has only one stipulation--"change" the Simpson family so they're more "sophisticated", or his membership will be revoked. What Eric doesn't realize is he's part of a bet between the higher ups and whether or not he succeeds; he'll be out, anyway. Once Eric overhears the basics of the bet, he decides to get revenge.
29.16: Kamp Value
When the Krusty Co. Industries decides to phase out its Junior Kamper/Kampette line of economical kids summer fun centers, Mandy DeGeorge, a former Kampette Leader, is distraught over the idea of Kampette-less summer for Felecia. In response, Mandy makes a pact with Marge and other mom's of Springfield to have Krusty Co bring back the summer activities, or be agitated by parents who can't trade off their kids for six-weeks of peace in the summer.
29.17: I Know What You Hit Last Weekend
Homer's Friday drunken drive into a blinding sunset results in hitting a bald Eagle that had landed on the side of the road to feed on some roadkill. Half-coherent, he picks up the wounded bird and places it into the trunk and takes it home. An hour later, Maggie, curious hears noises from the trunk. After the discovery, the family secretly agrees, with Lisa's help, to nurse the bird back to health. Meanwhile, someone's calling the house with an untraceable number and is threatening to turn the family in for the Bird and Run.
29.18: Bart vs. the Mistress
Viktor, age 46, has a new mistress, but unfortunately, she has the eyes for Bart. Now can Bart avoid becoming her new boy toy in her plot to take Viktor's car and cash?
29.19: The Why's of the Thai's
Lisa is invited to Taiwan to celebrate the country's 10th anniversary of freedom from English rule to perform with the country's first established Jazz act by a Thai businessman name Ki (pronounced KEY). Honored, she decides to ask another family member to join and Eric happily accepts, but Felecia can't go since her parents flat out won't let her leave. Meanwhile, Ki lends Felecia his extra laptop equipped with Videophone so she can stay in touch with Eric and when they arrive, Eric meets Ki's younger sister, Li-Ann whom Eric realizes he has more in common with than with himself and Felecia. However, when Li-Anne tells Eric that the country might forcibly become part of China again, she wants to go back to the US with Eric and now Eric doesn't know what to do.