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Three Gays of the Condo

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Season 14 Episode
307 "'Scuse Me While I Miss the Sky"
"Three Gays of the Condo"
"Dude, Where's My Ranch?" 309
"You guys don't have a gay time machine, do you?"
Homer Simpson
"Three Gays of the Condo"
Three Gays of the Condo promo.jpg
Promo image for the episode
Episode Information
Episode number: 308
Season number: S14 E17
Production code: EABF12
Original airdate: April 13, 2003
Couch gag: The family (depicted as frozen food) is put in a deep-fryer, taken out, dumped in a basket, and salted
Guest star(s): Scott Thompson as Grady Little
"Weird Al" Yankovic as himself
Ben Schatz as Streetcar man 2
Showrunner: Al Jean
Written by: Matt Warburton
Directed by: Mark Kirkland
DVD features

"Three Gays of the Condo" is the seventeenth episode of season 14 of The Simpsons and the three-hundred and eighth episode overall. It originally aired on April 13, 2003. The episode was written by Matt Warburton and directed by Mark Kirkland. It guest stars Scott Thompson as Grady Little, "Weird Al" Yankovic as himself and Ben Schatz as streetcar man 2.


The Simpsons start a puzzle and finish it but are missing a piece. Homer then believes it is in Marge's memory chest and is sidetracked by a letter Marge wrote the day Moe's Tavern opened. Marge was originally going to break up with Homer as he got drunk which makes Homer go through marital problems and makes him sleep in Bart's room. Homer then moves into Kirk Van Houten's apartment but leaves after realizing how depressing it is.

While walking home Homer sees a newspaper bender and takes one which features a classified advertisement for an open apartment in the Gay District of Springfield. In the new apartment Homer moves in with two gay men named Grady and Julio and Homer starts the learn about gay culture and even takes the kids to his new home. The next day Marge uses "Weird Al" Yankovic to get Homer back and asks Homer to go on a date. Homer then forgets while having Margaritas with the "Velvet Mafia" and asks Grady and Julio if they own a gay time machine (Grady's shoe closet) and tell Homer no but he is missing his date with Marge. Homer then feels nervous and Grady and Julio's Margaritas have made Homer feel better but he arrives drunk for his and Marge's date at the Medieval Times restaurant.

Homer then goes to Moe's where he begins to realize that al the problems in his life may be caused by alcohol. However just as he makes this revelation Moe forces a Bottle of Duff Beer down his throat to make him forget this insight. Moe gives Homer alcohol poisoning and then Homer ends up in the hospital to find out Dr. Hibbert has a video from the past (because he thought his nurse was stealing sponges) that explains later that after Homer got drunk Marge could not break up as she did not want to raise baby Bart alone and that Homer was a good man and she could see it. Many years later, an older Dr. Hibbert only has a bunch of video tapes left and finds out that the nurse did steal the sponges. Over the end credits, "Weird Al" Yankovic reprises the song "Homer & Marge".


Grady is voiced by the openly gay comedian/actor Scott Thompson, most famous for being a member of the Canadian sketch comedy troupe The Kids In The Hall. "Weird Al" Yankovic has said that he was called in a week before the episode aired to re-record a line sung in the ending credits. The original line was "Oh yeah, we've got time to fill; why don't you go pee before King Of The Hill?" However, prior to the airing, it was learned that King Of The Hill was moved to an earlier time slot and the slot after The Simpsons was taken by the new show Oliver Beene. The new line was sung as "Oh yeah, 'Weird Al' had fun on this show; even if it was just a brief cameo".


"Three Gays of the Condo" won the Primetime Emmy Award for Outstanding Animated Program in the 55th Primetime Emmy Awards.[1]

As of January 2018, the episode has a 7.8 rating on IMDb[2] and a 8.1 rating on TV.com.[3]


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