Bart's cartoon about an angry dad is turned into "Angry Dad: The Movie" and quickly becomes a critics' favorite. When Russell Brand presents the Golden Globe to Bart's film, Homer usurps the podium and gives his own acceptance speech. The film's winning streak continues with Homer taking credit at each ceremony, so when "Angry Dad" receives an Oscar nomination, Bart keeps it a secret. With the help of DJ Kwanzaa, Homer and Marge arrive at the ceremony just as Halle Berry presents the award. Bart's fellow nominee, Nick Park, helps him realize that creating a film is a team effort, and Bart gives credit where credit is due. Written by
Did You Know?
When Bart receives his Oscar, the word "Banksy" is written on the wall stage right. Banksy is an anonymous British graffiti artist, political activist, film director and painter who has never been identified (and who did the opening credits couch gag earlier in the season). See more
The song playing in the background of the 1999 flashback is the studio version of "Bye Bye Bye" by *NSYNC which was released in early 2000. See more
Good luck, Mr. Park. There's no shame in losing to you.
Good luck to you too, Lisa. You're too kind.
[They shake hands; Nick's fingers come off in Lisa's hand
No worries. I just stick them back on. I'm more clay than man now.
You've Got an Enemy
Music by Alf Clausen
Lyrics by John Frink See more