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.
6.01: Kids in the Basket
Maggie and Eric, after winding up stranded in runaway hot air balloon over the atlantic and fearing for their lives, recall their glorious bouts of sibling rivalry growing up via flashbacks.
6.02: Poor Little Rich Boy
Mark DeGeorge, Felecia's father, and his father, Mark DeGeorge Sr have never seen eye to eye, but after a skiing accident, M. DeGeorge Sr. calls his son, along with Mandy, Felecia and Eric to his hideaway in the Rockies. Trying to make some peace with Mark Jr, Mark Sr. fails, but finds solace with Eric and writes him into his will, to Mark Jr's. disgust. Meanwhile, Eric is overwelmed by all of these events while Mark Jr. tries to find a why to pry Eric out of the picture.
6.03: Lisa the Stranded
Lisa's convertable breaks down in the middle of rural W. Virgina town called Populous, pop. 124 in a rainstorm. Out of her Cellphones calling area, Lisa is forced to spend the night in a shady, run down 50's Motel and talks with the owner, a former blues singer who used to be in the circut with Bleeding Gums Murphy.
6.04: Sister Freak
Maggie's "dream of the moment" gives Marge ulcers--Maggie wants to join the circus and do dangerous stunts, but Eric and Homer are deathly against it because Eric thinks the ideas is retarded and Homer is against it because Maggie won't allow him to be part of the action.
6.06: The Florist of Arabia
Homer helps Eric pick out some flowers for Felecia's Birthday (yikes!) at the local flower shop, and soon finds out, without Eric and Felecia knowing, the florist has had a secret crush on Felecia's mother, Mandy, for quite sometime and wants to steal her away for his brother's (illegal) Harem.
6.07: Bartman Returns
In a non-THoH episode, Bart learns of someone calling themself Bartman is stopping petty crime in the city--and is doing a better job than he did in his day. However, when he learns it is Maggie whom has taken up his old cowl and cape, he pressures her to stop, but begins to wonder if his hostility towards her is out of caring or out of jealousy, or both.
6.08: The Mayoral Popularity Contest
Former Heavyweight champ, Dredarik Tatum decides to run for Mayor of Springfield. While Skinner pushes is Moderate agenda for reelection, Tatum uses his star power and still youthful good looks (not to mention boxing image) to help him get elected. This causes a split between Maggie and Eric as Eric has some understanding of politics (not at Lisa's level at his age) and Maggie simply thinks Tatum's cool and tries to rally support for him.
6.09: The Final Fun Beer
When the Duff Corp closes the bottling plant in Springfield in one massive, overight layoff and reopens in Mexico, "hardcore" beer drinkers, like Homer, notice that he brew has an odd flavor bought on by the Mexican water and wanting his old tasting beer back, he rallies Duff and Springfield to bring the plant back. (Coincidentally, this idea appeared a week before of a similarly themed King of the Hill episode!)
6.10: Just for Kicks
Maggie's dislike for the current level of Soccer begins to overcome her and when her raw emotion is seen by a scouting agent, he signs her up to the XST--the Xtreme Soccer Teamz where it's a no-holds barred soccer league with few rules and a lot more injuries, plus a small paycheck. Unfortunetly, Marge is against the idea and Eric smells a scam.
6.11: Simpson's Crest
The complete family heads to England after scrimping and saving despite Maggie's constant whining about wanting to visit Hawaii, instead. While on vacation, Eric falls for an English girl who's part of a sect that is a decended from the ancient druids.
6.12: The Lisa Symphony
Lisa tries her hand at conducting a junior high orchastra, but comes under fire for plagerizing another conductor's score.
6.12: The DeGeorges II
Mark and Mandy DeGeorge invite the Simpsons over and reveal how they met and fell in love before Mandy became pregnant during the first couple of years during the early 90's. (It's revealed that Mark was working for the Bush Sr. campaign, but was fired)
6.13: America's Dysfunctional Videos
When Homer submits a video of Eric, age 2, running around naked to America's funniest home videos, Eric and Felecia decides to run away and try to take their own road trip to Hollywood to get the tape back.
6.14: Kwik E Bart
Bart quits the morning show and tries out for the ultimate, insominiatic job--Apu's job as the head of a Kwik E Mart. However when Bart not only stops a robber, he nearly beats the would be criminal to death, Bart's Kwik E Mart becomes the ultimate target to try to be held up.
6.15: Don't look back at Eric
The tables are turned when a new kid recieves Felecia's attention and the poor and downtrodden Eric Simpson feels dumped. Meanwhile, Eric tries to win her back by writing a long-distance dedication to the American Top 40, but when the wrong song is played (You gave love a bad Name!), Felecia really begins to take a dislikening to her former best friend and Eric is on the ropes...(Casey Casum guest stars)
6.16: The Good Dye Young
For a joke, Eric, with Felecia's blessing, tries to dye his hair white, but instead, he burns his scalp and he ends up going bald. Meanwhile, Eric is also trying get away from Maggie when trouble comes his way as he tries to learn how to fight for himself.
Bart with Eric's approval, tries to become a male model, but finds himself in an awkward postion when he starts to think his soon-to-be male agent might be having a crush on him.
6.18: Go Figure Skating
Maggie, with a seemingly natural knack for ice skating, tries out for the amature figure skating circut, but when a stranger whacks her on the knee after a very good trial, she vows revenge.
6.19: One of the Nerds
Maggie tries to fit in with the computer nerds who dominate the seventh grade. Gerald, Sven and Leena (the Swedish twins). However, like any gang, she must first proove herself by stealing several small multi-media items at a large electronics store.
6.20: This Burned House (Part I)
When Maggie awakens in the middle of the night for a snack, she ends up making some waffles with the waffle maker. Half-awake, she returns to bed but fails to turn off the waffle maker and starts a fire that destroys 1/3 of the house. With no one injured, Homer, Marge, Maggie and Eric move in with Bart and try to find a new home. (To be continued...)