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|original run = September 29th, 2013- May 18th, 2014
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|episodes = 22
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'''''The Simpsons''''' was confirmed on October 7, 2011 as being renewed through its 25th. This occurred as part of the negotiations with the show's main actors over their salaries as a means of keeping the show going. Season 25 premiered on September 29th, 2013 and ended on May 18th, 2014.<ref name="Season 24-25 renewal">[ 'The Simpsons' renewed by Fox for two more seasons], ''Entertainment Weekly'', October 7, 2011</ref>
[[Al Jean]], executive producer of ''The Simpsons'', has said he views the two additional seasons as a beginning and that it is a goal to complete thirty seasons by the end of the decade.<ref name="Al Jean on the renewal">[ Al Jean discusses the season 24 and 25 renewal], ''Entertainment Weekly, October 8, 2011</ref> Season 25 aired on September 29th, 2013 with "[[Homerland]]" as the first episode of the season. <ref name="Season 25 air date"> </ref> The final episode for this season is [[The Yellow Badge of Cowardge]]. <ref name="Season 25 finale"></ref>
== Episodes ==
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|'''<span style="color:white;">Airdate</span>'''
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|September 29, 2013
|{{W|Homeland (TV series)|Homeland}}
|[[Treehouse of Horror XXIV]]
|October 6, 2013
|<span style="color:rgb(192,192,192);font-size:11px;">N/A</span>
|[[Four Regrettings and a Funeral]]
|November 3, 2013
|{{W|Four Weddings and a Funeral}}
|November 10, 2013
|<span style="color:rgb(192,192,192);font-size:11px;">N/A</span>
|[[Labor Pains]]
|November 17, 2013
|{{W|Labor Pains}}
|[[The Kid is All Right|The Kid Is All Right]]
|November 24, 2013
|{{W|The Kids Are All Right (film)|The Kids Are All Right}}
|[[Yellow Subterfuge]]
|December 8, 2013
|{{W|Yellow Submarine}}
|[[White Christmas Blues]]
|December 15, 2013
|{{W|White Christmas}}
|[[Steal This Episode]]
|January 5, 2014
|{{W|Steal This Book}}
|[[Married to the Blob]]
|January 12, 2014
|{{W|Married to the Mob}}
|[[Specs and the City]]
|January 26, 2014
|{{W|Sex and the City (film)|Sex and the City}}
|March 9, 2014
|<span style="color:rgb(192,192,192);font-size:11px;">N/A</span>
|[[The Man Who Grew Too Much]]
|March 9, 2014
|{{W|The Man Who Knew Too Much (1956 film)|The Man Who Knew Too Much}}
|[[The Winter of His Content]]
|March 16, 2014
|{{W|The Winter of Our Discontent}}
|[[The War of Art]]
|March 23, 2014
|{{W|The Art of War}}
|[[You Don't Have to Live Like a Referee]]
|March 30, 2014
|{{W|Refugee (Tom Petty and the Heartbreakers song)|You Don't Have to Live Like a Refugee}}
|April 6, 2014
|<span style="color:rgb(192,192,192);font-size:11px;">N/A</span>
|[[Days of Future Future]]
|April 13, 2014
|{{W|Days of Future Past}}
|[[What to Expect When Bart's Expecting]]
|April 27, 2014
|{{W|What to Expect When You're Expecting (film)|What to Expect When You're Expecting}}
|[[Brick Like Me]]
|May 4, 2014
|{{W|Black Like Me}}
|[[Pay Pal]]
|May 11, 2014
|<span style="color:rgb(192,192,192);font-size:11px;">N/A</span>
|[[The Yellow Badge of Cowardge]]
|May 18, 2014
|{{W|The Red Badge of Courage}}
| width="33%" align="center" style="background: #FFD733" |'''Season 27'''
== Guest stars ==
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* [[Aaron Sorkin]] will play himself in "Four Regrettings and a Funeral," where he will help Kent Brockman to decide whether or not to work for FOX news. [[Joe Namath]] and [[Gordon Ramsay]] will also make cameos. []
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* [[Stan Lee]] will make his second appearance on The Simpsons in this season. []
| align="left" |[[Season 28]]
* [[Kristen Wiig]] will make her second appearance on The Simpsons in an episode called "[[Homerland]]," playing a character hired by Lisa to investigate Homer after he acts oddly polite after a Nuclear Power Convention. This episode will be the season 25 premiere. []
| align="right" width="20px" |[[Season 28|<span class="" style="font-size:150%;">►</span>]]
* [[Anderson Cooper]] will be on an episode of The Simpsons where Lisa befriends a girl (guess voiced by [[Eva Longoria]]) who is her match in every way, expect one, she's a conservative Republican. "They run up against each other in the second-grade election," says showrunner [[Al Jean]], "and then we flash to the future where they're [engaged] in an actual presidential debate - and Anderson is the moderator." []
* Will Arnett from Arrested Development and 30 Rock fame will voice Detective Gratman, a FBI anti-piracy boss who has the task of hunting down Homer Simpson after he illegally pirates a movie in "Steal This Episode." []
*[[Daniel Radcliffe]] has a second Simpsons appearance as an older boy named Diggs who has an interest in falconry. []
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* Billy West, Katey Segal, John DiMaggio, Phil LaMarr and [[Maurice LaMarche]] will reprise their Futurama roles for a Futurama/The Simpsons crossover episode, where Bender tries to kill Bart because Bart messes up the future. []
*[[Zach Galifianakis]] will guest star as an overweight boy who becomes friends with Lisa. []
*[[Amy Poehler]] will reprise her role as [[Jenda]], Bart's future ex-wife in the episode "Days of Future Future", set for a spring airdate. []
*Comedian John Oliver will portray a previously unseen neighbor named Wilkes John Booth. []
*[[Judd Apatow]], [[Paul Rudd]], [[Leslie Mann]], [[Seth Rogen]], Judas Priest frontman [[Rob Halford]] and [[Channing Tatum]] will have voice credits in the season 25 episode "[[Steal This Episode]]". []
*[[Nick Offerman]] from Parks and Recreation has recorded a voice for The Simpsons. [,104064/]
== Notes ==
*"[[The Man Who Came to Be Dinner]]" will be directed by [[David Silverman]] and co-written by [[Al Jean]], and will be about Homer going onto a theme park ride, and by mistake traveling to Rigel 7, [[Kang and Kodos]]' home planet. It was originally set to be the season 24 finale, but was moved to season 25 for unknown reasons, then it was moved to [[Season 26]] for more unknown reasons.
*{{W|Judd Apatow}}, writer/director of Knocked Up, Superbad and The 40-Year-Old Virgin, will be writing an episode of The Simpsons in season 25 where Homer is hypnotized to think he's ten years old and becomes friends with Bart. [] He is also expected to guest star. []
*[[Don Payne]], who passed away on March 26th 2013, will have two episodes that will air posthumously in the 25th season, "White Christmas Blues" and "Labor Pains". []
*[[Kevin Curran]] is writing an episode called The Winter of His Content, set to air in Spring 2014. Music editor Chris Ledesma attended the table read, and said on his Twitter that [[Hank Azaria]] "acted his ass off." []
*"Bart's sister (His Baby Sister)" will be the first ever episode about Bart and Maggie's relationship.
*There will be a sequel to Holidays of Future Passed.
*There will a "very musical" episode.
*The Simpsons has been officially renewed for a twenty-sixth season. []
*One episode this year will feature Homer as a referee at the World Cup Finals. []
*[[Brick Like Me]] will be build from [[Lego]].
== Citations ==
{{Season directory}}
[[Category:Episodes by season]]
[[Category:Episodes by season]]

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