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Ranking Every Simpsons Treehouse of Horror Segment, From Worst to First Reason for Ranking: The segment ends with Homer suffocating Kodos with a pillow . “The Others,” Treehouse of Horror XXV (Season 26, ) . back Artie Ziff for a throw-off segment about Marge and Homer's relationship. When good TV goes bad: how The Simpsons ended up gorging on itself Like the souring of any major relationship, it's hard to pinpoint the precise By the time that 's annual Treehouse of Horror Halloween special. "Treehouse of Horror XXV" is the fourth episode of the 26th season of The Simpsons, the 25th episode in the Treehouse of Horror series of Halloween specials, and the th episode overall. It originally aired on the Fox network in the United States on October 19, The segment ends with the original version of Homer unsuccessfully trying to.
Years later, Moe is attacked at home in a style similar to his gang's former ways and asks Homer to bring the gang back together; Lenny and Carl who have become police officers join them. They attack an Eyes Wide Shut -style masked orgy and several other of Stanley Kubrick 's films are parodied in a fight sequence. As Moe gets beaten by two party guests, he narrates that he was "Beaten, bruised" and "couldn't score at an orgy" but was happy to be back with his old gang.
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Kubrick is then shown in an editing room and asks for the entire film to be re-shot. After a ghost attacks him in his sleep, Homer summons the ghosts, who turn out to be the family's former selves from The Tracey Ullman Show.
Homer is attracted to the ghost Marge who prefers him to the former grumpy Homer, so the jealous living Marge kills herself to become a ghost by putting her head in the oven. The ghost Homer becomes jealous and bludgeons the living Homer unconscious with a toaster while he is in the bathtub, causing him to drown and then reappear as a ghost.
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Bart leaps across to a tree to escape the ghosts, but when Lisa chases after him, she misses the tree and falls to the ground, unknowingly killing herself, her ghost then chokes Bart with his slingshot as revenge, causing him to also fall to the ground and die instantly, becoming a bitter ghost.
Groundskeeper Willie takes the children's corpses to make stew and it is implied that he murdered Maggie. Marvin Monroe, who is in spiritual limbo and can't walk fully through walls, Marge settles her differences with her older counterpart and both women force Homer to choose between them. Lisa claims that the only way to restore him is to kill the head vampire, Mr. The family returns to Mr. Burns' mansion, where Homer drives a stake through Mr.
The next morning, however, Lisa discovers that everyone in the Simpson family except for herself is a vampire, and that the true head vampire is inexplicably Marge, not Mr. With this revelation, the whole entire family swoops in on Lisa, only to stop, break character, and wish everyone a happy Halloween. Production[ edit ] Conan O'Brien was one of the writers of the episode. It is the fourth episode of the annual Treehouse of Horror Halloween specials.
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O'Brien worked on the "wraparounds" of Bart introducing each segment to make sure that they "pulled" the episode together. Executive producer James L. Brooks loved the show, so it was "great fun" for him to do the parody.TREEHOUSE OF HORROR (Simpsons Hit and Run ENDING)
Mirkin said, "Things had to happen really fast. They're really just crammed with jokes and story beats and everything. He also thought Harry Shearer did a good job of playing Flanders in a much darker way, while remaining very true to the character.
This scene later appeared in the clip show episode " The Simpsons th Episode Spectacular ", which aired in the show's seventh season.
It was inspired by an episode of The Twilight Zone called " Nightmare at 20, Feet ", in which William Shatner 's character is inside an airplane watching a gremlin tear apart the wing. Silverman watched the episode to get inspiration for Bart's facial expressions. Mirkin was a big fan of the film and pushed for a segment about vampires inspired by the movie.
He liked the final result and felt Mr. Bart then comes up with the torture of forcing a man to wear an aquarium as pants, and have it filled with piranhas; the screams would power a fan which would release more piranahs.
Lisa finds Bart, showing him a map to escape Hell. They use it and unsurprisingly arrive in Mr. Burns' office, where he tells them the Earth time and thanks them for choosing his portal. At home, Bart asks Homer and Marge to let him enroll in Hell. They meet with the principal, who states that Hell encourages and nurtures the students there, winning Marge over.
Bart succeeds in all of his classes in Hell, which involve practice torture and killing Jimbo Jones. For his final test, he must torture Homer. Despite Bart's hesitation, Homer insists as this will make up for all the times he hasn't been there for Bart. At graduation, the principal has Webster held hostage, as he hates that fact he changed "theatre" to "theater".
A headless and badly maimed Homer proudly watches. Homer falls for a girl Marge who convinces him to quit, and the gang falls apart.