>Ned Flanders says that he needs to confess something, and this is where Homer ends up bringing in a poor joke. He can be quietly heard praying that Ned's confession will be him being gay. It's something that doesn't hold up, as jokes about sexuality are never funny, and it doesn't make Homer look like the hero character he should be.
>Another joke that hasn't held up is the physical comedy that comes with the character, Medicine Woman. She is known by Homer as 'Boob Lady,' and from that nickname, it is clear what type of comedy that the movie tries to push with her. It's objectifying and isn't a good look for the movie at all.
>One of the most memorable scenes from The Simpsons Movie is when Bart accepts a dare from his father and skates from his house to Krusty Burger.
>This is a funny moment until Bart skates past Ralph Wiggum, who proclaims that he likes men now after seeing him naked. It's yet another joke about sexuality that hasn't aged well and actually hurts the movie more than anything.
>Out of all the jokes in the movie, the one that really hasn't held up takes place when Code Black is announced in regards to the lake. It is determined nobody can dump anything in the water, and the law is named Code Black, which leads to a terrible comment from Lenny.
>He responds by saying that is the worst of all the colors, and then Carl is shown next to him, where Lenny states that he means no offense as Carl says people say it all the time. While Lenny claiming he doesn't mean offense is obviously done to cover their backs, it is a clear attempt at making racism a joke, and it's something that doesn't age well at all.