In this GreenAesop fable, The Simpsons decide to give wind power a try by building a turbine while Lisa attempts to save a beached whale.

!! Tropes:

* BigDamnHeroes: Bluella's mate shows up to save Homer from being attacked by sharks.
* ComicallyMissingThePoint: After Homer falls in the water, Lisa states that the sharks are mistaking him for another baby whale due to his size. Homer's response?
-->'''Homer''': Ooh, a baby whale! My diet ''is'' working!
* FromBadToWorse: Homer accidentally falls overboard into shark-infested waters, and the sharks take notice of him due to his fat. Two eco-activists toss him a pail for chasing away the sharks, but it hits his head causing him to bleed...and attracting even more sharks.
* HopeSpot: Lisa's AllJustADream where everyone manages to save the whale. [[WhamShot When she finds out it wasn't, she instead finds the whale dead and she silently sobs at its demise]].
* IdeaBulb: Itchy had one and broke it so he could use it to stab Scratchy.
* NaiveAnimalLover: After failing to save a beached whale, Lisa tries to save its pod of offspring from a group of sharks. But then she learns AnAesop that sharks need to live too, and in order to live they eat other animals - such as baby whales.
* OfCorsetsFunny: Comic Book Guy buys a corset he claims makes him look like Creator/WilliamShatner from ''Film/StarTrekTheMotionPicture''. Little by little the corset gives way, making him look like Shatner from ''Film/StarTrekIITheWrathOfKhan'', ''Film/StarTrekVTheFinalFrontier'', ''Film/StarTrekGenerations'', and once it breaks entirely, ''Series/BostonLegal''.
* ShoutOut: The Itchy and Scratchy episode the Simpsons were watching was a parody of ''Series/{{House}}''.
* ThreateningShark: Deconstructed. Sharks are the main threat at the climax of the episode, threatening to eat baby whales (and Homer), but they're only doing this because they're predators. The eco-activists even stop Homer from harpooning the sharks, pointing out sharks are threatened due to being hunted to make shark-fin soup (which is, unfortunately, TruthInTelevision).