Lisa creates the SpringFace social network in an attempt to make some friends, but soon the entire town is too engrossed in it to do anything else; Patty and Selma compete in a rowing race against the Winklevoss Twins...at the 2012 Olympics in London.
ETA: A Gargoyle carrying Flanders somewhere. Odd.
Wow, David Letterman actually voicing himself for a couch gag? I liked it, but this might've been the first couch gag where they recycled the joke.
The return of McBain! But it was so short! Which is odd since so many bits tonight were ruined by going on a tad too long, like the mocking of Ask Jeeves or Nelson bowling with the Macs. You know what, that scene confused the hell outta me. The school had perfectly fine Macs, yet Lisa and the nerds were using ancient computers (with Lisa on an Apple Lisa. Clever). I'd be perfectly content with just the old computers, since the school just sucks that hard but...guh, WHY MUST THIS SHOW MAKE ME NITPICK?!
Speaking of which, umm...WHY WAS LISA ON TRIAL, EXACTLY?! Because everyone was to preoccupied
So the Simpsons are going to...a Tanger outlet mall. I liked how Marge had gift cards for stores that went under, but the In Memoriam montage would've been better if they showed stores the family has actually been to over the years rather than not-too-clever parody names of actual stores that went under (but Burns & Noble was the best one, though). At least Lisa was called out on taking forever to get to the point, though.
"All my friends have birthdays this year!" We haven't seen Ralph in a while, and he was on fire tonight.
"Mr. Burns was paid $35 Million even though he didn't do anything."
This...I don't even know if this counted as a story. Nothing happened. NOTHING.
Edited by InvaderNorbert, Jan 15, 2012 @ 8:45 PM.