I hope Lady Gaga turns out to be a fat, bald mental patient this whole time.
Lady Gaga's Gagasense is tingling..."What's that? An eight-year-old girl in Springfield tried to make herself less of a social outcast by posting fake messages on her school's blog, but now she's more unpopular than ever? We'll see about that!"
ETA: Homer failing at the Wii Couch Gag was funny.
Springfield: Home of Home of the Brass Knuckle, the Nigerian Mail Scheme, Putting a tomato in a grilled cheese sandwich, and the Tomb of the Unknown Mascot.
Milhouse raises a good point about Cars: If gasoline is their food, why do they have teeth?
Lady Gaga was actually fun to watch, although it's odd that a rather weird celebrity on this show actually delivered and WASN'T a fat, bald mental patient this whole time. I liked how her platforms got progressively taller with each appearance. But this all had me thinking, was THIS episode born out of the infamous Prince sequel of Stark Raving Dad? If you aren't familiar with it, Leon Kompowski returns thinking he's Prince and convinces Springfield to be free with their sexuality, but Prince turned it down. Because this whole plot makes total sense if it was.
But I'm afraid Gaga was too much of a Mary Sue, until Lisa called her out on, well, being her. I liked that Lisa thought up her solution to her problem while tuning out Homer like always.
"Now unless you're gonna slap some wieners on them, take that off!" Wow, Flanders.
Well, this episode was better than I expected it to be. Not perfect by a long shot, but I liked it. And so ends another season, see you all in the fall!
Edited by InvaderNorbert, May 20, 2012 @ 7:30 PM.