I'd also like to express my affinity for this episode. I liked the whole thing - the best part was, it made sense all the way through and yet still featured the absurd (Homer getting caught in a meth lab when Marge sent him to the wrong address). Consistent characters and several laughs as well. Well done.
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Another episode with some very dense-with-gags moments - I think the E4 convention hall was designed to get people to either DVR the episode or buy the DVD later just so they could frame-by-frame and get all the goodness.
The "TV chefs on space hoppers" lineup during Marge's (or was it Gordon's?) dream was also great. I especially loved the back where Paul Prudhomme was being used as the Hoppity Hop.
But mostly, I enjoyed the totally valid stereotyping of foodies as hipster pricks.
LATE EDIT: AND the awesome Tim and Eric song, which I totally forgot to mention earlier! If you weren't really listening, there were a lot of "wait, what?" lines that went by, but it all made sense when I saw Tim & Eric in the closing credits.
Solid episode and, yeah, if you were watching it live, you missed out on a lot. I thought "Electronic Crafts" was a really clever gag, but my favorite was that Protovision had a booth!
And any show that takes me to a Singapore hawker center (with Anthony Bourdain!) always earns extra points with me, although the real places look nothing like the second-rate TV Chinatown they showed. (And kway chap is a soup dish.)
Finally got around to this and went in without reading the book first. It's probably the most satisfying Superman story I've ever read. The cliche "If you've ever seen one..." is thrown around too much, but it really does apply.