Homer heads to the couch with a strange device that accidentally turns time back to the late 1980s,morphing his face and body to its original incarnation in the process.He tries to reverse the process, but slams time forward to the 101st century where Marge is a clump of talking hair and Maggie is a free-floating blob that demands you buy "SAMPSANS"-branded products.
The Simpsons find Itchy about to kill Scratchy on the couch. Homer intervenes by removing Itchy and allowing Scratchy to stay on the couch for several months, which ultimately starts annoying the family. Homer brings back Itchy who effectively murders Scratchy.
The couch is a ski lift. The family walks in, ready to go skiing. The couch rises up. Seconds later, the couch comes back down and the family are all injured. Except for Maggie, who comes in and has a medal and isn't injured.
The family is playing with their smartphones as they walk in. But, they don't pay attention to where they're going and bump into each other and fall over. They pick up their smartphones and carry on playing.
There is a message that reads: “Now for obligatory Frozen reference”, before cutting to a snow couch, where Lisa, appearing as Elsa, is sitting. Bart hits her with a snowball and she immediately creates a ice palace, with Bart stuck at the top. Homer appears as Olaf, bites off his own nose, disappointed to discover it is a carrot.
A piano version of "Great Gate of Kiev" is played in the background as the gag showcases artwork of each Simpson. The camera turns to the Simpsons sitting at an art gallery. Homer grabs the remote control and all the artwork on the wall changes channels, pleasing the family.
In an updated version of Goldilocks and the Three Bears, Homer, Marge and Bart are shown walking into their home. They find out that someone has been eating their porridge and broke their couches but they catch Lisa who is sleeping on Bart's couch. She wakes up to find the three of them surrounding her, causing a fight between them that ends with the Simpsons eating parts of Homer's body. The scene is revealed to be a story Homer told to a traumatized Maggie.
The family is repeatedly sucked into a portal above the couch until Bart eventually separates from the rest, avoids getting beamed up, and closes the portal via a remote control. He then finds a severed Homer head.
Repeat of SABF15's gag, except the Grim Reaper pawn is replaced with an Abe Simpson pawn.
The couch gag was originally supposed to be a shorter gag, with the family made out of ice and Maggie breaking them. This gag was actually released as a promo image for the episode prior to airing. Due to shortness, it was replaced.
A John Kricfaulsi-styled couch gag where the Simpson children are trick-or-treating before being set upon by soul-hungry spirits with a monstrous Frank Grimes among them. The spirits chase after the Simpson children to their house with the Frank Grimes monster taking Homer's soul from his body and eating it.
Short with Santa's Little Helper titled feast and changed to fat. He gets fed by the family till he becomes fat and is sent to the Springfield Retirement Castle, where he's fed strained prunes and dies afterwards. He's greeted by God. He sees the Fit Dog Heaven but God sends him to Fat Dog Hell where a signs says free pizza.
The Simpsons family dressed as rugby players reunites at the center and get in position, Homer tries to sneak Maggie in as a rugby ball but goes over the couch and smashes the wall where he finds the TV remote.
Roomance by Bill Plympton. The television and the couch dreams of the television bouncing on the couch and both having fun. At the end of the dream, the television tries to bounce on the couch but the plug line stops it and crashes.
The Simpsons become different Disney characters with Maggie as 1920s era Minnie Mouse, Lisa as Cinderella, Marge as Snow White, Homer as Baloo and Bart as Sorcerer Mickey (animated by Disney veteran Eric Goldberg)
A hand holding a myPhone captures Marge, Maggie, Lisa and Bart, in a text that says "Couch Gag", leaving Homer on the couch. When the myPhone tries to capture Homer, it can't, and he says, "I'm too fat!" The hand then comes back with a myPad, but it doesn't work either. At the end, a hammer hits Homer on the head, making him unconscious.
In a couch gag named, "Planet of the Couches", The Simpsons are being chased by couches through a field, until they are caught and imprisoned. The Simpsons' couch breaks them out, and leads the family to a buried Lard Lad statue. Homer then grabs a rock and slams it on the couch, making it unconscious. The Simpson family sits on the couch.
Marge and Lisa push Homer into a art museum. He then looks at distorted-like paintings and then sees the world like the paintings. He walks out of the art museum to see a distorted Springfield, and walks back to his home and sits on the distorted couch with a distorted Maggie. Homer tries to blend in, but ends up in the wrong art form, and says D'oh! in a speech bubble. The TV Scene is also distorted.
The Simpsons are Greek gods who fly onto a couch made out of clouds.. Lisa is missing, and she flies out of Homer's head with Homer's Odyssey. Homer grabs Maggie's pacifier to plug in the hole in his head.
All of the Simpsons die during their normal parts of the intro, except Bart. Homer chokes on the rod, Lisa crashes into the door, Maggie drives the car while Marge is sleeping and crash into the ocean. When Bart gets to the couch, he wonders where everyone is and realizes... they're dead. So he grabs photos of all the Simpsons and pretends they are with him and finally gets control of the remote.