After Homer finds a letter and a video revealing that Marge only married Homer because he got her pregnant, Homer moves out (again) and finds himself in Springfield's gayborhood, living with two homosexual roommates.
- Blatant Lies: Homer runs into Smithers in the gay neighborhood while walking through the streets. Smithers immediately tries to deny his presence, saying he got lost on his way to the "big monster truck show". His claim isn't helped when a trolley of Smithers' gay associates passes by, prompting them to ask if Homer is the "Mr. Burns he's always talking about".
- Cameo: "Weird Al" Yankovic
- Camp Gay: Julio and a few one-scene residents.
- Comically Missing the Point: Hans Moleman apparently attended a gay club while under the impression that it was his army reunion. A burly man in revealing military garb picks him up, but Moleman assumes he's an actual Colonel.
- Fully Automatic Clip Show: The credits, set to Weird Al's parody of "Jack and Diane", shows clips from the episode. However, they also add in a new scene of Marge managing to lift the fridge so she can clean under it.
- Granola Girl: Mentioned as Julio and Grady prefer Homer over "that girl who wrote "Mother Earth" as a reference".
- Squick: A lesbian patron is grossed out by Homer's dancing and remarks it "makes her even more lesbian".
- Take That: An in-verse example
Homer: You guys don't have a gay time machine, do you?
Julio: Yeah, it's called Grady's shoe closet.
- What Could Have Been: Harvey Fierstein was supposed to reprise his role as Carl (Homer's assistant from "Simpson And Delilah"), and Homer was supposed to move in with him. Fierstein declined to take part in the episode, however, criticising the humour in the episode (which he found to be a bunch of cliche gay jokes).