I have a huge soft spot for the Moody Blues, so their extremely tacked-on bit is the one thing that salvages this episode for me.
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Don't forget Kenneth Lamar Noid, who held a Domino's hostage in 1989 because he thought the company was making fun of him.I'm thinking of unfortunate people who share unfortunate names with fictional characters, like the story of the kid named Kenny McCormick who felt bullied because of it.
Apparently living in the Home Alone house is a nightmare, too. I mean, it's a nice house, but the people there have had to deal with tourists and mail overload.Then there's that elderly couple who kept getting pizzas thrown on their roof because they owned the Break Bad house.
The Noid is one of those things where I'm always like "He was a memorable character, why don't they bring him ba-- OH YEAH." Its a rather bizarre, sad story and definitely one worth looking up.Don't forget Kenneth Lamar Noid, who held a Domino's hostage in 1989 because he thought the company was making fun of him.
I believe the one you were forgetting was The Simpsons Spin-Off Showcase, which did the three different stories thing prior to this ep but through Troy McClure introducing pilots for three different spin-offs.I fear I may be forgetting one but this is the first non-Halloween episode to uses each act to tell a different story.
I hate this episode. It feels like the laziest sitcom plot. Homer heaps abuse on Lisa and, in the end, she apologizes to him.