The spy (who may or may not be James Bont) is voiced by Bryan Cranston.
Homer and Marge's date night, to a spy film, goes so wrong that when Homer gets injured at work and receives six weeks off to heal, rather than tell Marge about it, he "goes to work" every day to get lessons in how to improve his marriage from someone he thinks is the spy from the movie
ETA: Neat couch gag. Definitely need a screenshot to see everyone.
Stradivarius Cain totally ripped off McBain popping out of the ice sculpture in the movie. At least Doctor Cain appeared to Homer as a hallucination, and could see other imaginary friends (like Female Snuffy. Who had sex with Dr. Cain's girlfriend). Doctor Cain in Maggie's baby seat near the end was such a great visual. On the topic of imaginary, Lou disappearing in front of Wiggum gave me the best laugh from this show in a hell of a long time.
Of all the "Homer & Marge's marriage is in trouble" conflicts, Homer MSTing a movie is one of the pettiest. Homer's ruined lots of movies with less consequences, and I'm counting that time when ruining the movies let to him breaking his jaw, which actually HELPED his marriage!
"No one will tell me if I'm a ghost or not!" Classic Grampa quote in the making!
God, I LOVED the Super-Size Me parody with Eric Idle. RIP Declan Desmond. Bart getting inspired by the movie to get back at Nelson by making him fat was pretty clever. I liked that the whole reason why Lisa wanted Nelson to get helathier because she was shallow.
Oh great now, we'll get "Lisa Gets a B Plus." But at least Bryan Cranston comes back! In any case, I thought this was pretty good! and Funny! Sure, the whole "misunderstanding leads Homer in peril" was kinda stupid, but I still liked it!
Edited by InvaderNorbert, May 6, 2012 @ 7:31 PM.