Everyone's favorite underachieving and politically incorrect animated family is back with four episodes loosely linked by the theme of a party. The first, "Homer's Night Out," is from the show's premiere season in 1990, and features Homer going to a stag party and dancing with a stripper. Meddlesome Bart documents the occasion, and Homer is forced to explain his actions. Then, Homer is thrilled by his free trip to the Superbowl, but his excitement turns to dismay when he finds he can't actually watch the game in "Sunday Cruddy Sunday" (1999). This episode boasts cameos by Dolly Parton, Rupert Murdoch, Troy Aiken, and Dan Marino, as well as a hilarious ad for the Catholic Church! Britney Spears puts in an appearance in "The Mansion Family" (2000) where Mr. Burns leaves the Simpsons to housesit while he visits the Mayo Clinic; of course, things do not go smoothly. Finally, in "Homer the Moe," (2001) Homer takes care of the bar while Moe revisits his old college, which inspires him to renovate upon his return; R.E.M. make a voice cameo making fun of their own politically correct image.
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