The Simpsons (season 4)

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The Simpsons fourth season originally aired on the Fox network between September 24, 1992 and May 13, 1993, beginning with "Kamp Krusty".wikipedia
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Kamp Krusty

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The Simpsons fourth season originally aired on the Fox network between September 24, 1992 and May 13, 1993, beginning with "Kamp Krusty". "A Streetcar Named Marge" and "Kamp Krusty" were holdovers from the previous season and so were the last of the Klasky Csupo produced episodes to air.
"Kamp Krusty" is the first episode of The Simpsons fourth season.

Mr. Plow

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The season was nominated for two Primetime Emmy Awards and Dan Castellaneta would win one for his performance as Homer in "Mr. Plow".
"Mr. Plow" is the ninth episode of The Simpsons fourth season.

The Simpsons (season 5)

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"Cape Feare", which was the final episode to be produced by the "original team", aired during season five as a holdover.
Al Jean and Mike Reiss executive produced the remaining two, which were both hold overs that were produced for the previous season.

Mike Reiss

The showrunners for the fourth production season were Al Jean and Mike Reiss. The season was executive produced by Al Jean and Mike Reiss, who had also run the previous season.
Jean and Reiss served as show runners until the end of the fourth season (1993).

The Simpsons (season 3)

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The season was executive produced by Al Jean and Mike Reiss, who had also run the previous season.
They also ran the following season and Jean would return as executive producer in season 13.

Cape Feare

"Cape Feare", which was the final episode to be produced by the "original team", aired during season five as a holdover.
Originally produced for the fourth season, it was held over to the fifth and was therefore the last episode produced by the show's original writers, most of whom subsequently left.

The Simpsons

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The Simpsons fourth season originally aired on the Fox network between September 24, 1992 and May 13, 1993, beginning with "Kamp Krusty".

The Simpsons (season 13)

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Reiss and Jean left to produce their own series, The Critic, but later returned to produce several more The Simpsons episodes, and Jean again became the showrunner starting with season thirteen.
Jean was one of the original writers for The Simpsons, and served as executive producer of the third and fourth seasons with Mike Reiss before leaving the show in 1993.

The Simpsons Movie

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Rich Moore, one of the show's original directors, also left to work on The Critic, but returned years later to assist with animation on The Simpsons Movie.
There were attempts to adapt the fourth season episode "Kamp Krusty" into a film, but difficulties were encountered in expanding the episode to feature-length.

Josh Weinstein

George Meyer and John Swartzwelder stayed on, while Conan O'Brien, Frank Mula and future show runners Bill Oakley and Josh Weinstein received their first writing credits.
The episode aired as part of season four.

Bill Oakley

George Meyer and John Swartzwelder stayed on, while Conan O'Brien, Frank Mula and future show runners Bill Oakley and Josh Weinstein received their first writing credits.
The episode aired as part of season four.

A Streetcar Named Marge

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"A Streetcar Named Marge" and "Kamp Krusty" were holdovers from the previous season and so were the last of the Klasky Csupo produced episodes to air.
"A Streetcar Named Marge" is the second episode of The Simpsons fourth season.

Treehouse of Horror III

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"Treehouse of Horror III" was nominated for Emmys for "Outstanding Individual Achievement in Music Composition for a Series (Dramatic Underscore)" (Alf Clausen) and "Outstanding Individual Achievement in Sound Mixing for a Comedy Series or a Special".
"Treehouse of Horror III" is the fifth episode of The Simpsons fourth season.

Whacking Day

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The series won several other awards this season, including an Annie Award for "Best Animated Television Program", a Genesis Award for "Best Television Prime Time Animated Series" for the episode "Whacking Day" and a Saturn Award for "Best Television Series".
"Whacking Day" is the twentieth episode of The Simpsons fourth season.

Simpson Tide

One-time writers for the season include Adam I. Lapidus and the team of Gary Apple and Michael Carrington, although Carrington later returned to voice characters in "Simpson Tide" and "Million Dollar Abie".
"Simpson Tide" was one of two season nine episodes that was executive produced by Al Jean and Mike Reiss, who together were the showrunners for the third and fourth seasons.

Sam Simon

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Sam Simon, who had been showrunner for the show's first two seasons, had assembled the original writing team, had been the series' creative supervisor from its inception, and has been credited as "developing [the show's] sensibility", departed at the end of season four.
While Reiss and Jean took over as showrunners, Simon remained on the writing staff for seasons three (1991–1992) and four (1992–1993).

Itchy & Scratchy: The Movie

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"Itchy & Scratchy: The Movie" is the sixth episode of The Simpsons fourth season.

Homer's Triple Bypass

"Homer's Triple Bypass" is the eleventh episode in the fourth season of The Simpsons.

Film Roman

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This season's production run (9F) was the first to be animated by Film Roman, after Gracie Films opted to switch domestic production of the series from Klasky Csupo.

So It's Come to This: A Simpsons Clip Show

"So It's Come to This: A Simpsons Clip Show" is the eighteenth episode of The Simpsons fourth season.

Fox Broadcasting Company

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The Simpsons fourth season originally aired on the Fox network between September 24, 1992 and May 13, 1993, beginning with "Kamp Krusty".

Showrunner

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The showrunners for the fourth production season were Al Jean and Mike Reiss.

Al Jean

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The showrunners for the fourth production season were Al Jean and Mike Reiss. The season was executive produced by Al Jean and Mike Reiss, who had also run the previous season.

Primetime Emmy Award

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The season was nominated for two Primetime Emmy Awards and Dan Castellaneta would win one for his performance as Homer in "Mr. Plow".

Dan Castellaneta

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The season was nominated for two Primetime Emmy Awards and Dan Castellaneta would win one for his performance as Homer in "Mr. Plow".