We start off with Flanders holding a bible study with culturally relevant words placed in (I think the writers realized how stupid some of their references are and just slipped that in as an apology). The bible study is then interrupted by Homer being Homer with a slip-and-slide in his backyard. We then see the character derailment of Flanders as he just berates Homer immediately when he confronts him. Lovejoy suggests that Homer should come with the group to Israel, to which Ned is skeptical but eventually is accepting of. Flanders goes over to a now grass-skirt wearing Homer (The Pagan reference is SO subtle) and invites him to Israel.
|Oh great Dog God. Grant me a pair of comfy pants|
|Ok let's get one thing straight. I will not be funny nor charming in this episode.|
|Dear Lord! Jesus has been resurrected as Homer Simpson!|
|Worship me peons! For I am a God.|
|Seems like Lisa is really racking up the fatalities against Bart|
Final Judgment: This episode isn't nearly as controversial as I thought it would be but at the same time, it's boring. The tour guide comes off as annoying rather than funny, the plot itself was nothing special and when you come down to it, it's not that memorable.
Final Grade: 6.2/10 Not bad, just bland