Curly was the best. He absolutely made the show, the other two stooges merely contributed to the overall genius that was the comedy of Curly. His actions, his behaviors, and his mannerisms were the selling points of the show. If you think I have exaggerated his importance, watch a Curly episode and then a Shemp episode. I am right.
Lisa finds a new calling, but with great power comes the responsibility not to blab it to cute boys in disguise. Meanwhile in Springfield….that's it, really. The guest stars crawl out of the woodwork and the milk cans in "The Great Simpsina", but fortunately, the episode we're still left still has some genuine heart and charm - and thanks to Homer, some good laughs, too.
This episode was first aired in 1992. For as long as I can remember, the Sunday night episode has featured episodes from either that current season, or at the mosta season or two prior. This makes sense, because the older episodes are lost in an endless loop of syndication.