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The Complete Fourth Season was released on June 15, 2004 in North America, August 2, 2004 in the UK and August 25, 2004 in Australia. It contains all 22 episodes from the fourth season.

The box art theme is several citizens of Springfield invading the Simpsons' couch. The spine features Homer and Krusty on the outer casing, and Lisa and Grampa on the inner casing.

The menus feature a different character who does something whenever a selection is made.

Disc Features

Disc 1

Disc 2

Disc 3

Disc 4

Gallery

Special Features

  • "An Introduction from Matt Groening"
  • Audio commentary on all episodes
  • "Bush vs. Simpson" - James L. Brooks talks about the relationship between the Bush family and the Simpsons
  • Special Language Feature for "Kamp Krusty" in four languages: Brazilian Portuguese, Italian, Japanese and Castilian Spanish
  • "The Cajun Controversy" - a feature about the controversy the "New Orleans" song in "A Streetcar Named Marge" caused
  • Animation Showcases for the following episodes:
    • "A Streetcar Named Marge"
    • "Itchy & Scratchy: The Movie"
    • "Homer's Triple Bypass"
    • "So It's Come to This: A Simpsons Clip Show"

Easter Eggs

  • A bonus audio commentary with Conan O'Brien for "Marge vs. the Monorail" can be accessed by either entering "150" on the DVD remote in the episode's "Extras" menu and clicking on the microphone, or by switching to the fifth audio track while playing the episode.
  • Hidden sketches of Homer can be accessed by entering "240" on the DVD remote in the "Extras" menu for "Homer's Triple Bypass" and clicking on the pencil that appears.
  • Hidden sketches of Krusty can be accessed by entering "35" on the DVD remote in the "Extras" menu for "Krusty Gets Kancelled" and clicking on the pencil that appears.

Cuts

  • "Marge Gets a Job": When Bart is forced to take his make-up test, Mrs. Krabappel mentions that he had previously faked having "that unfortunate bout of Tourette's syndrome". For the second airing and this DVD release, this part of the line is replaced with "rabies" due to controversy.

Trivia

  • This is the first Complete Season DVD to have the audio commentaries accessed from each episode's main menu rather than each episode's language selection menu. For the first three season DVDs, the commentaries were accessed from each episode's language selection menu.
Simpsons DVD Boxsets
The Complete First Season | The Complete Second Season | The Complete Third Season | The Complete Fourth Season | The Complete Fifth Season | The Complete Sixth Season | The Complete Seventh Season | The Complete Eighth Season | The Complete Ninth Season | The Complete Tenth Season | The Complete Eleventh Season  | The Complete Twelfth Season  | The Complete Thirteenth Season | The Complete Fourteenth Season  | The Complete Fifteenth Season  | The Complete Sixteenth Season  | The Complete Seventeenth Season  | The Complete Eighteenth Season  | The Complete Twentieth Season