The Simpsons "Simprovised" Review - AVClub

AVClub: Credited to John Frink, “Simprovised,” in keeping with the call-in idea, sees Homer joining an improv group after his big speech at the power plant goes especially badly (due to stage fright and Mr. Burns stealing his always-killer “Get a half-life” putdown). Finding people responsive to his talent for stream of consciousness riffing gives Homer the confidence to put his own troupe together and take the prime main stage gig at the Springfield Fringe Festival. There—with some customary moral correction from Lisa after he contemplates having Moe feed him pre-planned scenarios—he finds his courage again and wows the assembled crowd with his killer “Marlon Brando at the drive-thru” material.

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