The original D'Oh, God! uses episodes of The Simpsons for discussions on a variety of religious topics.  Learn more

Episode List

To purchase digital episodes for streaming, go toAmazon, choose the season from the drop-down menu, and the individual episodes to purchase and add them to your Amazon cart.  

if you prefer to purchase DVDs, a list of what DVDs will need to be purchased can be viewedhere

Purchasing Episodes

16 lessons; grades 6-8

Second Simpsons​ curriculum available!

Two Cars in Every Garage and Three Eyes on Every Fish2pollution
Whacking Day4animal culling
Bart Gets an Elephant5the ivory trade
Lisa the Vegetarian7ethical eating
Much Apu About Nothing7immigration
Homer's Phobia8LGBTQ rights
The Old Man and the Lisa
The Cartridge Family9gun rights
Lisa the Tree Hugger12environmental justice
The Frying Game13the death penality
The Fat and the Furriest15hunting
There's Something About Marrying16marriage equality
On a Clear Day, I Can't See My Sister16climate change
Girls Just Want to Have Sums17sexism and gender stereotyping
The Burns and the Bees20decline of bee population
Coming to Homerica20border control

The second D'Oh, God! curriculum, this time with discussions centering on social justice.

Social justice is a common theme in the animated television series The Simpsons.  While the show admits a slant towards liberalism and the writers seem to embrace appreciation for progressive ideals, the show makes jokes across the political spectrum. Topics ranging from environmental justice to LGBTQ rights to sexism have been featured on The Simpsons.

This social justice emphasis has not gone unnoticed, with the series and movie winning several social justice awards, such as the Environmental Media Awards, GLAAD Awards, and the Genesis Awards.

D’oh, God! Book II uses episodes of The Simpsons as the basis for in-depth discussions of a wide variety of social justice topics.  At each class, an entire episode is viewed, a distinct advantage when discussion is the intention.  After viewing, the class engages in discussion and activities, designed to encourage deep contemplation of issues.

This curriculum is very easy to teach and to administer.  The lesson guide provides an outline of each episode followed by discussion questions and activitites.  It is entirely possible to lead a class with minimal preparation.

​For directors and coordinators, the episodes are all easily obtainable.  All are available through streaming or on DVD.  Streaming provides the most economical way to purchase individual episodes, costing only a couple of dollars each on Amazon.


Lessons are appropriate for either a classroom or youth group setting.  Included with your purchase are PowerPoint presentations that can be edited as needed.  PowerPoint has proven to be a valuable tool with this age group to keep the class engaged.

​NEW! Now includes Homeschool sheets for printing or emailing to families to conduct classes at home!

D'Oh, God! Book II