Finding an old note, Homer discovers Marge secretly hated him many years back. Upset, he leaves the house and moves in with two gays.

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Homer Simpson / Bachelor #3 / Stuart / Hans Moleman (voice)
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Marge Simpson (voice)
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Bart Simpson (voice)
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Lisa Simpson (voice)
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Lenny / Ned Flanders / Bachelor #1 / Waylon Smithers / Colonel / King / Dr. Hibbert (voice)
Ben Schatz ...
Himself (voice)
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Grady (voice)
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Himself (voice)
Terry Greene ...
(voice) (as Terry W. Greene)
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Lesbian (voice)
Karl Wiedergott ...
Bachelor #2 / Smithers' Friend #2 / Hairdresser (voice)
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Homer finds a note from way back,which implies that Marge never really loved him,so he moves out and shares a condo with two gays,Grady and Julio,adopting gay mannerisms and ultimately discovering that Grady is in love with him. After being admitted to hospital for alcohol poisoning he is shown video evidence by Dr. Hibbert,which proves that Marge loved him all along,and returns home. Written by don @ minifie-1

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[after completeing puzzle]
Homer Simpson: It's the only worth-while thing I ever made that wasn't Lisa.
[Maggie makes angry noise]
Homer Simpson: Prove me wrong, Silent Bob.
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This episode deserved to win it's Emmy and it's a great episode too look at.
2 May 2013 | by (Sweden) – See all my reviews

While the episode is not like the other great episode Homer's Phobia, it's more about the relationship between Marge and Homer. I know we have seen many times on the show when Homer and Marge separate, but for me this episode is an exception.

This one feels different and has an interesting plot about when Homer finds a paper from Moe's Tavern and backside there's something written by Marge and when Homer had read it he feels betrayed by Marge and wondering why she stayed with him after she was being so mad at him.

Why did this episode win? I think it was because of the great storytelling of how it would be like when Homer felt betrayed of Marge for staying with him even though after the irritating night. A great storytelling of the human psyche of how relationships can be broken with betrayal.

See this, you won't be disappointed I think this episode deserves more credit.

P.S. If you're expecting to see "Weird Al" Yankovic, don't hesitate too much because he doesn't appear very much on this episode. Although his parody song is pretty good.


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