Email RSS Feed Twitter Feed I can’t live the buttoned down life like you. I want it all: the terrifying lows, the dizzying highs, the creamy middles! Sure, I might offend a few of the blue-noses with my cocky stride and musky odor - oh, I’ll never be the darling of the so-called ‘City Fathers’ who cluck their tongues, stroke their beards, and talk about what’s to be done with this Homer Simpson?Homer

Lisa the Greek

Lisa the Greek

Rating: 3.6 (167 votes)


One Sunday morning Lisa tries to show homer her very own homemade apartment for her Malibu Stacey doll, however, Homer ignores Lisa because he is watching football. Lisa decides to take an interest in the things Homer does, and watches football with him. Homer asks Lisa to pick a winner for him to gamble on the match. Lisa picks the winner, and Homer discovers Lisa has a gift for picking the winning team. Again Lisa wins picking the right team over and over. Homer names Sunday "Daddy-Daughter Day". But when the football season ends, Homer and Barney plan a trip to the bowling alley on Daddy-Daughter Day, and Lisa is upset. Homer asks Lisa who will win the Super Bowl. She says Washington will win if she loves Homer, and Buffalo will win if she doesn't. Washington wins and the next Sunday, Lisa and Homer hike to the top of Mount Springfield.

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  • Herman was at Moe's holding a pool cue, however, he only has one arm, so how is he supposed to play?
  • Homer eats, among several other products, New Bar-B-Q Chips, Salt Doodles, Krunchy Korns and pork rinds.
  • Mrs. Hoover's leg dissappears in one scene.
  • In the first shot, the sun is setting behind a nearly flat plain, but in the next shot there is a large mountain in front of it?

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  • Homer's line to Moe ''I used to hate the smell of your sweaty feet. Now it's the smell of victory'' is take-off of a line from Apocalypse Now.
  • Lisa's Malibu Stacey dolls bear a striking resemblence to Barbie dolls.

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