PLOT: Homer gets a coupon book and a tire dealer takes advantage of his gullibility. He meets a travel agent in the waiting room. He makes a deal with Homer so that Homer can go to the Super Bowl for free if he fills the bus with his friends. He does, and, along with Bart, they all go to the Super Bowl. When they get to the Super Bowl, they discover their tickets are fake. They break into the stadium, but Homer and friends and are arrested for doing so. They break out at halftime and run into the skybox. They get confronted by Rupert Murdoch. Homer and friends run away, and they wind up in the winning team's locker room celebration. When they leave, Madden and Summerall review the episode.
This was a great episode of the Simpsons. The funniest things were Homer pushing the cart over those guys so that they could get inside the stadium, Wiggum saying that there was a fake bar in every jail cell, so he tried to find it and when he thought he found the fake bar, he rammed into it with his head and found out it was a real bar, and that thing with all the guys sucking in their bellies whenever a woman appeared, then they stopped whenever a woman isn't around. The plot is great, in my opinion, although I'm not a football fan. The episode was hilarious, too. No character development, though, which isn't good. The side-plot with Lisa and Marge was good, but not very interesting. Great plot, good side-plot, no character development, and superb humor.