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"Homer the Great" is a classic, absurdist Simpsons episode of the type only the inimitable John Swartzwelder could write. When Homer discovers that Lenny and Carl are members of a secret society known as the Stonecutters, he winds up joining and bumbling his way into becoming their fabled Chosen One. Power goes to Homer's head, of course, and the ensuing rise and fall of Springfield's new god-king is a real hoot. Plus, this episode gets bonus points for its great use of guest star Patrick Stewart and having one of the show's catchiest original songs in "We Do."
Too many TV shows wear out their welcome and persist long after the original magic has died away. And sometimes networks try to jazz up an old concept with hip new elements, with predictably disastrous results. That's exactly what happened when Krustylu Studios tried to spice up the Itchy & Scratchy cartoons with a third member of the group - the wise-cracking, slick-dressing Poochie. Voiced by Homer, no less.
Poochie's meteoric rise and fall offered winning commentary on Hollywood, especially the scene where network executives struggle to poll a group of children on what they want out of their cartoon heroes. And the writers weren't afraid to direct the satire inward, as they introduced Roy, a hip college kid inspired by a Fox executive asking for a new Simpson to be introduced.
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