One of the things I like about The Simpsons: Tapped Out is the incremental additions of characters and situations, including a few that have been tied into episodes of the show. The most recent is a hipster version of Homer you can adopt, with the usual blue-and-white costumer replaced by retro-minded attire that would not be out of place in, say, Brooklyn ... or Portland. The look is connected to next week's Simpsons episode, The Day The Earth Stood Cool, which features Portlandia's Fred Armisen and Carrie Brownstein, not to mention the Decemberists.
The tasks for the too-cool-for-you Homer include drinking "Duff Blue Ribbon," as seen above. You can also give Homer instructions to "walk around acting superior," "listen to indie rock" and "screen mumblecore films," among others.
These have been funny touches. Fat Tony, the every-syllable-is-worthy-of-being-enunciated mobster, showed up a little while ago (tied into a Tony-centered episode) and before that the Mayan version of Homer, which connected to this year's Treehouse of Horror episode. I'm curious to see what's next.