Maggie and Eric
Written By: Jake Lennington

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.

Season 3
3.01: Rabies Day Out
Maggie's encounter with a potentially rabid bat lands her in the hospital for observation. Meanwhile, Homer tries to be entertaining to his younger daughter whiles she's sick, but makes things more painful than they already are.

3.02: Skater or Don't
Maggie's skating grounds is banned by Springfield's public officials. To make matters worse, Marge is an occasional member of the Parks commission-- and that makes things worse for Maggie as she tries to get the ordinance overturned.

3.03: Carded
The Springfield Shopper, combined with the exciting Little League, agrees to produce a set of cards that feature the kids of Springfield. When a corporate baseball card industry, Top Score, steals the idea, and design, of the cards, Eric steps up to be the child's voice against big business.

3.04: Marge of Babylon
When the Rev. decides to take month off for a vacation and to attend the national assoc. of Televangelists, Marge asks if she can host the proceedings instead of having the program be preempted by Football (Homer: D'oh!). Meanwhile, while using Lovejoy's office, Marge stumbles upon R.L's financial records that are extremely in the red.

3.05: Intrestnet
Homer and Marge become more and more worried as their youngest son is spending too much time online since the new DSL modem was installed. Meanwhile, Maggie's grades seem better and becomes suspect of cheating.

3.06: The Spring-Pack
Homer, Seymour and Timothy Lovejoy take wild night out and gamble up some debts that land Mayor Skinner and the Holy Reverend Lovejoy in hot water once the scandal breaks.

3.07: Near-Life Experience
Maggie's brush with death finds her attracted to the concept of an afterlife more than ever, but when a scientist tries to convince Maggie her "experience" was more of a physical phenomena, Maggie strongly disagrees and tries to meet with others who have had similar ordeals.

3.08: Face of Waste
When the fourth grade, with the direction of their teacher, decide to protest the newly opened landfill, Eric and Arlie are offered bribes to try and convince their classmates the protest is a waste of time.

3.09: Role Models, Inc.
As part of parent-student conferences, Maggie and Eric are simultaneously assigned a paper that best describes their biggest role models. Maggie, being such a butch, obviously chooses Homer, but when Eric chooses his older sister, Lisa, Homer is shocked and somewhat jealous of Eric's choice and it causes a rift between them.

3.10: Pains, Strains, and Immobilities
When Lisa visits in between gigs over the Christmas holiday, she slips on some ice and breaks her ankle and is confined to the house. To make matters worse, Maggie's gruffy personality constantly butts heads with her older sister and Marge is stuck playing the ref while Eric and Homer have to sit back and watch.

3.11: My Little Runaways
Eric and Felecia decide to try and run away together so that Marge and Mandy DeGeorge will stop their bitter feuding and at least try to be good neighbors. Meanwhile, the running away part of the plan goes haywire when Eric and Felecia are hog tied by a grizzled, senile old man in the Springfield woods who thinks the kids are after his gold.

3.12: See ya, Mia
The snotty brain of the fourth grade, Mia Geroni, convinces Felecia that Eric has had been playing her for a "side-accessory" and tries to break the two up. Meanwhile, Eric tries to get back at Mia for making Felecia think he's just messing with her.

3.13: Down Under Asunder
When the Seventh grade receives a new exchange student from Australia named Jack, Maggie falls for the guy and over the course of a few months, becomes Jack's best friend. However, when Jack has to return home and the end of the school year, Maggie's crushed and in devious plot unbeknownst to everyone, she finds the plane Jack's boarding and manages to sneak aboard and follows him back to Australia.

3.14: Down Under Asunder (Part 2)
After a week, Maggie's runaway note turns up. ASAP, Homer, Marge, Bart and Eric board a plane and are on their way to get they're runaway sibling back. Meanwhile, Maggie's tailing Jack and is unsure of how to reveal herself as Homer and the family try to find her and drag her back to the States.

3.15: Critical Masses
When Springfield becomes the country's new, secret Nielsen test market for new programs, Homer's dictation on what he finds funny gives the "dumb shows" an edge over the "smarter" programming that Marge likes. When Marge's fave new show about a crime fighting gay judge is cancelled by Homer, Marge vows to get even.

3.16: Pizza Rut
A loser-Pizza Deliveryman who loses Bart's Trivia in the Morning question becomes obsessed with Bart and tries to do him in.

3.17: The Great Lakes Escape
Out of respect for Felecia and Eric, The Simpsons and DeGeorges decide to take a trip to Isle Royal National Park for a rustic return to nature. However, things are astray when they arrive to find the DeGeorge Cabin a smoldering pile of ashes and toxic waste being dumped. To make matters worse, Mark DeGeorge's father seems to be behind the chaos.

3.18: The Night We Grew Up
Three short, what-if stories:
The Prom: Eric and Felecia imagine the perfect prom night.
The Graduation: Maggie dreams of graduating and getting out of school, and...
Bye, bye, kids: Homer and Marge imagine life without any kids around.

3.19: Treehouse of History II
Eric and Homer try to rebuild Bart's old treehouse and Homer tells Eric how it was destroyed a second time when Bart was 14 in a prank gone wrong.

3.20: The City on the Edge of Never
Springfield and its nearest neighbor, Shelbyville, are secretly planning to merge the two towns causing much unrest between the two towns once plans of the merger are leaked.

3.21: Static Hex
After two weeks of sever technical problems at the station during the Rev's Sunday broadcasts, Lovejoy admits his show has been claimed victim to a saboteur and offers a reward of $1,000 for the capture of this miscreant. Maggie and Eric decide to find out and to there surprise, the man causing the havoc is Sideshow Bob!

3.22: Chief Executive Officer
Bart's boss, Viktor, is introduced for the first time in great detail as he teeters on the edge of selling KBXL to the highest bidder, which'll send Bart to the unemployment line and out of a job since none of the other stations will take him.

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