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Since: 20.6.02
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#1 Posted on | Instant Rating: 6.58
They had the potential for a great plot with Apu and the Trader Joe's facsimile. Not only was it something different, but it also had some great humorous bits thrown in, particularly with the Apu/Snake role reversal. But then, like many Simpsons plots that show great potential, they just gave it a random, abrupt ending and just moved on.

Instead, they focused on a more recycled plot, with Bart creating a town-wide phenomena while Homer doesn't realize that he's actually Angry Dad Mr. Fatso. Yeah, Bart making himself famous off Homer-inspired graffiti was ok, but reminded me too much of when Bart made himself famous off a Homer-inspired internet cartoon. There were a few moments of funny here and there, but Homer stuffing Bart into a rabbit cage was a little much.



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This was a middling episode where, by the time I was done watching, couldn't remember anything that made me laugh out loud, but nothing that outraged me either. I did like the plot of Bart exploring his El Barto history a little more, since that's the kind of stuff this show should be doing - paying off recurring characters and moments a little more.

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#3 Posted on | Instant Rating: 6.49
Not really impressed.

Is the "Obey" grafitti thing really a big enough cultural "thing" to be satirizing? I'd never heard of those three guys- maybe just that's me not being hip enough.
Are they big enough that it matters they did their own voices? They used to get Sting and Paul McCartney- people with recognizable voices and names.

If this show keeps on going, eventually I may get to voice myself on the show.

I did like Homer's car being ten times more valuable-"Five hundred dollars?"
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#4 Posted on | Instant Rating: 7.14
It was the first episode ever where someone I would consider a friend appeared, so I was totally in love with it.

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Seth MacFarlane's loving his "walk on the beach" scenes. This is like the second or third time it's come up tonight. This was pretty good. Had some good moments, though I don't think I got a bigger laugh than I did with the CIA mouse.
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