Now this was a fun episode. Stan running around as an avatar was great, although Stan going so far out of his way to make it with Steve was just a little disturbing. The only thing that was a little odd was Steve's new love interest. Doesn't he already HAVE a love interest or am I just not remembering her getting written out? The latter could easily be the case. The highlight of this was Francine and Bullock discussing Avatar.
The B-plot with Roger systematically hunting down and murdering the five party guys was a little disturbing until I got the idea that it was supposed to be a horror movie spoof. The resolution to that one was just...odd.
I liked Stan using the avatar in the beginning and then it got weird when he promised Steve sex at the dance. The whole sexy dance bit in particular had me confused in how to react. Bullock having to explain to Francine the whole avatar concept and movie was probably the best bit with Bullock using the avatar as a breast-feeding baby (why didn't I ever think of that) a close second. Other funny bits include Klaus doing weight sets with the toy diver and 'Big Dick' (especially at the ending credits when he's buying small condoms).
Didn't really care too much for Roger's story. I didn't it was disturbing but I thought they would get more out of the limo plot line then they did. Though it did give us this hilarious exchange:
"So you're going to kill five people over $20?" "You don't remember last week when I killed 6 people for $19, do you?" "Oh."
This really starts to put the show into perspective, as far as Alex being hinted at in season one, introduced in season two, developed in season three, and now her death is pivotal in the nature of the escalating conflict.