They're starting to notice more and more what a good thing they have with Principal Lewis. So I was happy to see him get his own round of "Skinner got fired". But nothing could beat watching Roger go totally overboard with his guardianship. I can't even get too upset about watching another "running away from home" twist (the second one in an hour, 'natch), because at least the whole thing was funny.
The B-plot with Stan and Francine at a water park was harmless fun...and yeah, I was very much surprised at that resolution. He just came in too hot.
Woman: How much? Principal Lewis: Ten bucks to see it, twenty bucks to ride. Woman: No, I meant for the oranges! Principal Lewis: Not for sale, bitch! Woman: Alright, I'll see it. ... ... What are you doing??? Principal Lewis: Showing you my butt. What, you thought those were ding dong prices? Hahahaha, nah, nah.
I always like episodes where Steve acts too big for his britches (like he did by insulting his new guardian Roger), so this was for me. And Roger being overprotective seemed to be right in his wheelhouse. Principal Lewis is fine - I'm not a huge fan, but he generally has brought some good comedy to the show.
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And it's specifically 1980's wrestling, which probably means we'll either see a lot of WWF-style cartoonish gimmicks running rampant or an NWA-style wrestling promotion trying to deal with the upstart WWF-style cartoonish gimmick promotion.