Recap: The Simpsons S 21 E 11 Million Dollar Maybe
Homer wins a million dollars in a lottery and must hide his winnings when he realized that he left a wedding reception just to get the ticket. Meanwhile, Lisa teaches the elderly how to play video games.
Elder Abuse: The workers at the retirement home are shown to destroy the Funtendo Zii that Lisa brought so they wouldn't have to actually serve to the residents' needs.
Lisa: I can't believe you would ruin their fun to make your jobs easier.
Worker: They should have had their fun before they came here!
Gratuitous Spanish: While waiting in line to buy the lottery ticket, Homer picked up a book to learn Spanish and managed to describe his day in that language to Bumblebee Man.
It's All About Me: Zigzagged. Homer stands up Marge to buy a lottery ticket, but upon actually winning the jackpot, he spends all of it on gifts for his family until Bart corrupts him. He still uses his final earnings on a lavish gift for Marge.
Karma Houdini: Bart receives no comeuppance for blackmailing Homer for privileges except that he finally stops obeying him.
Also the retirement home workers for destroying the Zii in the dishwasher.
Shout-Out: The Zii getting ruined in the dishwasher is based on the myth that the NES was dishwasher-safe.
Those Wacky Nazis: There was a video game where the player kills Nazis. As Mr. Burns was playing it, he commented that's not how he remembered it.