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  • Simpson29

    Overall, I didn't really like this episode very much. For one thing, I'm not a big fan of Lady Gaga. If anyone's a die hard fan of Lady Gaga and The Simpsons, then they would probably like this episode, if they could get past the lack of good jokes. To me, this episode seemed like The Simpsons writers were just trying to make the show seem current, which hasn't worked out well for them. It seems that in recent years they have more and more jokes involving references to texting and social networking, and the jokes usually never work. But besides all of this there were a few decent gags in the episode, such as Homer trying to eat Lady Gaga's meat outfit, however, these moments were few and far between. This episode also tried to be emotional…

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    Overall, I liked this episode a lot more than a lot of the the other episodes in the last 3 seasons. The jokes seemed to work more than they have, and the episode felt more normal, with the plot structure and everything. They didn't try anything too different, except for Ned's Nightmare. They had a lot of good Christianity jokes, which usually work for them. I also always enjoy it when they make fun of Rod and Todd. This was my second favorite episode of the season, with the first being "Politically Inept with Homer Simpson."

    Grade: A-

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    At school Lisa befriends a native american girl, and Lisa quickly adopts her culture, much to the annoyance of the rest of the family. They confront the other girls parents, and realize that they are also sick of their daughter's fondness of American culture. They come up with a plan to break them up. Meanwhile, Homer has a new work colleague, who really annoys him.

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    Moe is hospitalized, and gives the bar over to Homer to run. Homer quickly runs it into the ground, and when Moe gets out of the hospital, he threatens to kill Homer. Homer doesn't leave the house for the next few weeks, and then Moe confronts him. Rather than kill him, he apoligizes for his overeaction. They work together to rebuild the business, and are friends again. Meanwhile, Bart's class has an elderly substitute teacher, who they take advantage of until she has a heart attack. They all become paranoid, and work together on how to cover it up, until the teacher stands up. She reveals that she often fakes her death in the classrooms to get the students to work together. When the bell rings and they all leave, she walks out to her car,…

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