In this the milestone season for the iconic Simpsons family you would think that Fox would dress up the Blu-ray release a little more. There are no special features to speak of and there isn't even a booklet with the episode summaries in it. Pretty bare bones, if you ask me.
That being said, for a show that has been on for 20 years (with varying degrees of excellence) the writers have managed to maintain a high level pretty much throughout. Though there were some low periods after season 10 the writers have once again in season 20 brought the show back up to its previous standards.
Episode 1: Sex, Pies and Idiot Scrapes: After another court date, Homer takes to working as a bounty hunter to earn extra money.
Episode 2: Lost Verizon: After Denis Leary angrily throws his phone away, Bart finds it and begins to make crank calls pretending he is Leary.
Episode 3: Double, Double, Boy in Trouble: Bart runs into his look-a-like, Simon Woosterfield, a son in the richest family in Springfield and they decide to switch places.
Episode 4: The Treehouse of Horror XIX: A parody of It's the Great Pumpkin, Charlie Brown, Homer and his talent for killing celebrities, Bart buys a Malibu Stacey convertible for Lisa only to discover that it is possessed, and a sinister electronic voting machine makes for an interesting presidential election.
Episode 5: Dangerous Curves: The Simpsons decide to take a family vacation in the same cabin that Homer and Marge stayed in 20 years ago.
Episode 6: Homer and Lisa Exchange Cross Words: Lisa enters a crossword competition.
Episode 7: Mypods and Broomsticks: Homer believes that Bart's new friend Bashir is involved in a terrorist plot to destroy Springfield Mall.
Episode 8: The Burns and the Bees: Mr. Burns wins a pro basketball team in a poker game at the annual retreat for billionaires.
Episode 9: Lisa the Drama Queen: New friend Juliet and Lisa create their own fantasy world that gives them some relief from their everyday life.
Episode 10: Take My Life, Please: Bart finds out that the presidential election he lost was rigged.
Episode 11: How the Test was Won: Lisa suffers under the pressure of doing well on an important test.
Episode 12: No Loan Again, Naturally: When the rate on Homer and Marge's mortgage go up they can no longer afford the payments and have to put their house up for sale.
Episode 13: Gone Maggie Gone: Maggie is accidentally taken in by an order of nuns, so it is up to Lisa to get in and get her sister back.
Episode 14: In the Name of the Grandfather: The Simpsons go to Ireland so Grandpa can have a final drink at O'Flanagan's Pub.
Episode 15: Wedding for Disaster: When Marge and Homer find out that their vows were invalid they decide to renew them.
Episode 16: Eeny Teeny Maya Moe: Moe starts an internet relationship with a woman named Maya.
Episode 17: The Good, the Sad and the Drugly: To get a 5th grader named Jenny to like him Bart becomes a Good Samaritan.
Episode 18: Father Knows Worst: Marge begins to really like the sauna she finds in the basement.
Episode 19: Waverly Hills 9-0-2-1-D'Oh: Homer and Marge decide to rent an apartment in the upper class Waverly area after Springfield Elementary is rated the worst school in the area.
Episode 20: Four Great Women and a Manicure: Elizabeth I, Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs, Lady McBeth, and The Fountainhead all make up this Simpsons quadrilogy.
Episode 21: Coming to Homerica: The unemployed people of Ogdenville start coming in to Springfield to find jobs, so the mayor sets up border patrols headed by Homer.
-Preview of 20th Anniversary Special