I thought it was interesting. I suppose the premise of Homer dying and then being cloned multiple times was alright. At first I didn't like it, but I guess I suspend belief and assume this episode takes place well after the series ends. When he dies, it's still "present day." But...I can assume it happens way later. Anyway, overall it was kind of funny and not a terrible story. It had a lot going on, it was following multiple relationships in pretty good detail, so that was interesting.