Homer realizes he doesn't know enough about Lisa, so he hires a private detective to learn more about her. This helps with the father-daughter relationship, as Homer knows what she would want to do. However, the detective, Dexter Colt, has charged him $1000, and few of the charges relate to his work (namely, a $40 steak, super-unleaded fuel and silver bullets [the idiot thought Lisa was a werewolf]). Homer, of course, refuses to pay the bill, so Colt breaks into the animal testing lab, and as Lisa is against animal testing, and some of Lisa's belongings are there, the police assume it was her who did it. Can Homer expose Colt and exonerate Lisa before she's jailed? Written by
Did You Know?
Homer's e-mail address email@example.com, as seen in the episode "The Dad Who Knew Too Little", was registered by writer-producer Matt Selman
, who also replied to e-mails from fans testing it. See more
How ironic. Now he's blind after a life of enjoying being able to see.
There is an extra scene involving the diary during the end credits. See more
References The Man Who Knew Too Much
Written by Brian Carman
and Bob Spickard See more