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 5
5.01: In Juried
After a massive power surge caused by Homer (no less) at the power plant, Springfield Nuclear is taken to court over damages caused by Homer's idiocy. Trying to worry his family, Homer keeps his plight a secret. Two weeks later, Maggie recieves a letter requiring her to show up for Jury duty, except it has her mistakenly listed a 31 year old (no thanks to District Court's computer files being damaged to the power surge). Sensing a chance to skip out of school, she does her best to look the part, keep her jury duty secret, and becomes a juror in Springfield Nuclear's civil case.

5.02: Plaster than the Speed of Fight
With the house in need of a serious remodeling in parts, like the stairs, Homer and Marge decide to take out a loan and fix the house. Unfortunetly, the directions Homer, Marge, Maggie and Eric want to take the house result in a situation requiring some remodeling of its own.

5.03: Fear and Stalking in Evergreen Terrace
When a highly suspicious individual moves in to the right of the Simpsons in the Power's old house, it causes Marge to become "allies" in a new neighborhood watch program as the residents of E.Terrace spy on the guy who's now living among them.

5.04: In the Arms of Dorkiness
After Maggie writes a surprisingly moving essay regarding Eric for English on the importance of Siblings, it's published in the Springfield Shopper and Teen Angst and Eric soon becomes teased as Maggie reveals some personality quirks about him.

5.05: Top Drawer Preacher
Rev. Lovejoy goes on vacation to the convention of the Society of Eccentric Clerical Televangelists in Atlantic City only to find out his program is the next-to-last in ratings for a major city. Desperate to improve his status, he invites a young, charismatic televangilist to be the speaker of the sunday service until the ratings improve. The only problem is the new guy turns the Rev's program into more of a bigger farce by (litteraly)making a circus outside the Rev's Headquarters.

5.06: Two of Muss
In between gigs, Lisa's recieves a phone call regarding a traumatic childhood event--Bleeding Gums Murphy might NOT be dead! Dropping all plans, Lisa immediately leaves town and tries to track down who called her and comfront him about what he knows.

5.07: The Unibrow Chronicles
Could it be? Maggie's one time infintile nemesis, Gerald, whom faded into a face in the crowd through years now has crush on Maggie? As much as he hopes for it to be true, Maggie strongly objects. Not giving up hope, Gerald tries to get his hacker buddies to try and change Maggie's grades to influence her decision.

5.08: Bart's Bachelor Fad
Still single and not having the best of luck with woman, Lisa tries to help Bart get hitched with some of her musician peers. Meanwhile in a rocky agreement, Lisa enlists Maggie to secretly follow Bart around to keep tabs on his date since Bart's last girlfriend left him severly broken hearted.

5.09: Felecia DeGeorge: 8MM
Felecia is asked to play her mother as child in a home movie about growing up on the Springfield coastline. All is rosey until Felecia decides NOT to let Eric have part since his acting is just terrible. (It would also be revealed that Mandy DeGeorge, Felecia's mother, is the related to Capt. McCallister)

5.10: Internal Affairs
When Homer learns that criminal recieves an all expense paid heart transplant, he becomes outraged. On the opposite side of the argument, Marge argues that a life is a life and this arguement spills over, causing a massive fracture in the town's political spectrum.

5.11: Lisa the Substitute
Lisa comes back to Springfield for a week and catches a help wanted add that spurs her interest--a substitute position for the week following Easter for Maggie's class. Since she is one of the School's top graduates, she easily recieves the one-week career. Taking the job for a larf, Lisa likes the role, but Maggie is out to make her teaching a trying experience.

5.12: Good Book, Bad Book
Marge tries to introduce Bible values to Springfield's educational system as part of the curriculum, but is rejected by the school board, and more surprisingly, by Rev. Lovejoy. (Ned Flanders makes an appearence!)

5.13: Homeless Alone
Eric befriends a homeless man who's been hanging around Springfield Elemnatry, but Maggie suspects this man may be more than who he claims to be and secretly follows him.

5.14: The Good, the Bad, and the Family
Marge and Maggie have always had vastly different opinions on clothes food, and personal hygene, but Marge becomes hell-bent on trying to get Maggie to be more "lady-like", and Maggie is more intent on being more like Maggie. Alanis Morrisette guest stars and voices a child star turned pyschotherapist who interviews Marge and Maggie.

5.15: Half-Life, Half-Brother
Herb returns to take the plant out of Smithers's hands and back to code before it is shut down--permanetly. Meanwhile, seeing how his brother is in charge, Homer tries to see if he can be promoted, but even Herb is reluctant to move his little brother up.

5.16: Cry Neglected!
Eric models for a differnt kind of ad--an ad for adoption and having foster parents. However, when word gets out that he's not adopted, the company he's employed for is closed down and Eric is afraid to show is face in public and find a way to set things right again.

5.17: Treehouse of Horror: The What-if's
In three short stories, the following what-if's are portrayed:
Story One: A vision of the Simpson family if Eric was never born which has Maggie becoming the preppie, spoiled child of the family.
Story Two: What if Lisa was the rebel and Bart was the genius where Lisa became one of the American Gladiators and Bart a proffessor at Springfield A&M, trying to get date for the first time.
Story Three: What if would be like if Homer and Marge met and fell in love for the first time in their late 40's.

5.18: Bart Simpson: Reformatted
Bart seriously thinks of quitting his job when KBXL turns country and Jessica becomes the prominent DJ who knows alot more about country music than Bart. Meanwhile, Maggie is out gathering signatures to get KBXL changed back to a Top 40-esque radio station.

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