Another brilliant show!

How can these yellow faced cartoon characters express the most outrageous, courageous and contagious sentiments on the planet?

Homer and Marge splitting up over his discovery of a notation she had made a long time ago about his drinking? Unthinkable but true. This forces Homer to confront his homophobia by moving in with two gay roommates and he slips into the life quite easily. The only thing he seems to miss is Lisa reading him bedtime stories.

Weird Al brings Homer back to his senses with a very scathing reproach in the form of a song that Marge helps orchestrate. Homer finally faces his demons and is returned to his loving family.

This show is all about what's "between the lines." It is like an underground comic book in its subversiveness, and yet has a deceptive facade. It's the ultimate morality tale.