It's a Popeye's-fueled bender as WEE watch Season 13's "The Frying Game" then slowly lose our minds. Homer volunteers to help an old woman, who then dies, and Homer is blamed. Sounds like comedy gold to us. We're joined by guest and Simpsons Trivia expert Rusty Harding who actually prepared and drops the knowledge that John Swartzwedler - Simpsons Super-Pro and VIP - wrote this fascinatingly weird episode. Does the twist of this episode hold up under any sort of scrutiny at all? How does Homer alternate between world's best husband and murderous coward? And how could "Frasier" succeed where "The Tortellis" failed? Plus, an extended conversation about character actor Dan Hedaya's body of work, tiny doll clothes for your genitals, and a few visits from a friendly, chatty Dalek. Enjoy, and make sure you're subscribed to our feed or you could miss out on our bonus episodes, which may or may not be complete nonsense.
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