“Treehouse of Horror XXIX” scored a 1.3 rating with a 6 share and was watched by 2.95 million viewers, making “The Simpsons” Fox’s highest rated show of the night. 2. In the next shot, his skin is yellow. 2. The Simpsons' Treehouse of Horror episodes have become staples for animated television, with this year's being the 31st installment. Dial "Z" for Zombies is the first of 3 zombie segments in Treehouse of Horror. This is currently the only episode of Treehouse of Horror to actually take in a treehouse (specifically Bart's treehouse in the Simpson's backyard). 1 Synopsis 1.1 Clown Without Pity 1.2 King Homer 1.3 Dial 'Z' For Zombies 2 Production 3 Cultural references 4 Reception 5 Cast 6 Trivia 7 References 8 External links The Simpsons are having a Halloween party for the children of Springfield. This is also the first Treehouse of Horror special to have the closing credits shown in a green typeface instead of the standard yellow. This is the second episode to have characters telling scary stories, the first being, The name "Clown without Pity" is a take from the song "Town without Pity. One of the segments will be a parody of the 2019 South Korean film Parasite. "Treehouse of Horror XXXII" is an upcoming season 33 episode, expected to air on October 2021. The tombstones at the beginning read from first to last, and left to right, in all caps: Elvis's gravestone caption is a reference to the conspiracy theories proving he faked his death, which have been around since his death in 1977. King Homer climbs only up to the third floor and then faints, due to exhaustion. "Treehouse of Horror III" is, as its title suggests, the third Halloween episode of The Simpsons, aired in the show's fourth season. References [ edit ] ^ Pedersen, Erik (2018-07-21). Also, the kitchen table is gone. In "Attack of the 50-Foot Eyesores", an ionic storm brings Springfield's oversized advertisements and billboards to life … Two Cars in Every Garage and Three Eyes on Every Fish, https://simpsons.fandom.com/wiki/Treehouse_of_Horror/References?oldid=927264. The book "To Serve Forty Humans" is a reference to The Twilight Zone episode where strange aliens greet humans with a book, which translated means "To Serve Man," and solved all the problems of Earth. Additionally, this is the first episode in the series of Treehouse of Horror episodes to have a zombie-related segment. It originally aired on the Fox network in the United States on October 27, 1996. It originally aired on the Fox network in the United States on October 30, 1994, and features three short stories titled The Shinning, Time and Punishment, and Nightmare Cafeteria. View now on Disney Plus. "The HΩmega Man" is an extended homage to film The Omega Man, which was one of Mike Scully's favorite movies as a child. In the segment "Clown Without Pity", the evil Krusty doll pulls a butcher knife out of nowhere, much like Chucky does in the 1988 horror film, The "That's Good/That's Bad" routine was later used in the ending of the English dub for. Previous Episode References. Homer kills the following famous zombies. In the same segment, Homer runs over Johnny and Edgar Winter while fleeing the mutants pursuing him, mistaking … The other Si… References [ edit ] … At school, Seymour Skinner sings "Michigan Rag" for Bart Simpson on the PA system, which is from the Looney Tunes's episode One Froggy Evening. 3. When Bart raises the dead, he's wearing a. In all his glory! It is the third episode of the Treehouse of Horror series. The joke here being that Gandhi was Indian as in the Asian country, not as in American Indian. It came with "Donuthead Homer", "Witch Marge", Hugo Simpson and … "Treehouse of Horror III" is the 5th episode of The Simpsons' fourth season. As with the rest of the Halloween specials, the episode is considered non-canon and falls outside the show's regular continuity. Additionally, the use of the rank "ensign" on a spaceship is a nod to Star Trek. It first aired on the Fox network in the United States on October 29, 1995, and contains three self-contained segments. Incidentally, some of his ashes are buried in California, south of where Springfield was most likely intended to be by Matt Groening. No such movie by that title exists, but it might be a reference to the original 3:10 to Yuma, in which Glenn Fordstarred as Ben Wade. "Treehouse of Horror XII" is the first episode of The Simpsons ' thirteenth season. In the opening of the 2020 “Treehouse of Horror” Halloween episode, the action fast-forwards to America’s election day that November (including such … "Treehouse of Horror VI" is the sixth episode of The Simpsons' seventh season and the sixth episode in the Treehouse of Horror series. 2. The Simpsons Treehouse of Horror Movie References Part 2 - Duration: 13:31. "Treehouse of Horror III" is the fifth episode of The Simpsons' fourth season. It first aired on the Fox network in the United States on November 2, 2008 and in the United Kingdom on [Sky 1]] on November 30, 2008. In the third annual Treehouse of Horror episode, Homer buys Bart an evil talking Krusty doll, King Homer is captured by Mr. Burns, and Bart and Lisa inadvertently cause zombies to attack Springfield. It originally aired on the Fox network in the United States on October 29, 1992. In Bart's nightmare, he is a boy who's able to bend reality with his mind, as well as read the minds of others, and he will turn anyone who thinks badly about him into a creature. When Bart casts the spell to raise the dead, some of the names he utters include (Alex) Trebek and Wal-Mart. "Bat Groening" instead of, The Indian Burial Ground under the house in ". Snowball I is shown as black, but "Lisa's Sax" reveals that Snowball I was a white cat, hence her name. The segment also parodies the film throughout. As he does so, he finds Kodos there. Treehouse of Horror, also known as The Simpsons Halloween Specials, is a series of Halloween-themed episodes of the animated sitcom The Simpsons, each consisting of three separate, self-contained segments.These segments usually involve the Simpson family in some horror, science fiction, or supernatural setting. It is also likely expected to air in October 2021. Though some citizens might be cheap and classify their recently deceased loved ones as pets (or the spell Bart chanted was meant to resurrect human zombies and not animals). In a spoof of E.T. The first segment, 'Clown Without Pity' is an overall spoof of the, The hold music when Marge calls to complain about the Krusty Doll is ". "Treehouse of Horror VII" is the first episode of The Simpsons' eighth season. During Marge's introduction, a black-and-white movie clip appears which is ostensibly from a movie called 200 Miles to Oregon. This is most likely a deliberate gag. In "Bad Dream House" the house chants, "Die, die, everybody dies." "Treehouse of Horror VI" is the sixth episode of The Simpsons' seventh season and the sixth episode in the Treehouse of Horror series. It was first shown on television on October 29, 1992. The tombstones at the beginning read from first to last, and left to right, in all caps: Ezekiel Simpson, Ishmael Simpson, Cornelius V. Simpson, Garfield, The Grateful Dead, Casper, the friendly boy, Elvis, Your name here… 1. Production. In the seventh annual Treehouse of Horror episode, Bart discovers his long-lost twin, Lisa grows a colony of small beings, and Kang and Kodos impersonate Bill Clinton and Bob Dole in order to win the 1996 presidential election. When the Springfield children are dressed up in their Halloween costumes. 1. All the segments had different people working on them, unlike the following episodes. "Treehouse of Horror V" Disney Plus UK. It was first shown on television on October 29, 1992. "Treehouse of Horror II" was the first episode that employed the "scary names" idea, in which many of the credits have unusual names. In the scene where Bart attempts to resurrect Snowball I, human zombies arise from around them, despite them being in the pet cemetery. "Treehouse of Horror XIX" is the fourth episode of the twentieth season of The Simpsons. "Treehouse of Horror III" is, as its title suggests, the third Halloween episode of The Simpsons, aired in the show's fourth season. The Simpsons will air its annual “Treehouse of Horror” special on Sunday, one of two Halloween-themed episodes this year.. “Treehouse of Horror … "Treehouse of Horror VII" is the first episode of The Simpsons' eighth season. He then mentions the names of famous TV detectives - Kojak, Mannix, Banacek and Danno - in the spell that turns Lisa into a snail. This is the first Treehouse of Horror in which, This is the first Treehouse of Horror not to have the cast's names changed due to Halloween (e.g. Yes, the title is a Citizen … This is the second Treehouse of Horror to have the cast and crew's names changed for Halloween (e.g. This would continue until after ". Then when Homer tells his crummy ghost story when the show comes back from commercial break, he's back in his toga. " Hungry, Hungry Homer ": Homer sleeps on the roof of the house like Snoopy from the Peanuts specials and Bart says, "Good grief." ", mistaking them as mutants as the Winter brothers are both albino. The opening image of the house shows that one side resembles the house from, Bart, as the Raven, knocks several of Edgar Allan Poe stories off the bookshelf, including "The Pit and the Pendulum," "The Tell-Tale Heart," and "The Purloined Letter.". The Sex Toy Robot sounds like Andre (the sleazy guy Patty and Selma wanted Marge to date while Homer is in the hospital) from " Homer's Triple Bypass ." Treehouse of Horror episodes typically consist of four parts: an opening and Halloween-themed version of the credits, followed by three segments. The creature inside Professor Frink when he goes past the X-ray resembles an Alien. The Necronomicon Bart finds spoofs annual Time Life Magazine endorsed releases of historic and culturally significant media. The episode was written by Al Jean, Mike Reiss, Jay Kogen, Wallace … One man accepts such an invitation, but is stopped by his coworker, who has properly translated the book and shouts, right as he's getting on a spaceship, "It's a cookbook!". These segments usually have a horror, science fiction or fantasy theme and quite often are parodies of films, novels, plays, television shows, Twilight Zone episodes, or old issues of EC Comics . As with the majority of the Treehouse of Horror episodes, numerous cultural references are made throughout the episode. In the third annual Treehouse of Horror episode, Homer buys Bart an evil talking Krusty doll, King Homer is captured by Mr. Burns, and Bart and Lisa inadvertently cause zombies to attack Springfield. "), but when he ruins the evil witch game by eating the food used as the witch's body parts, Homer is in his normal clothes (white shirt and blue pants). Treehouse of Horror II (1991) It’s crazy that “Treehouse of Horror” has resorted to spoofing … The title and plot of the segment is a parody of Coraline. It is the third episode of the Treehouse of Horror series. Cultural references. "Treehouse of Horror III" is the fifth episode of The Simpsons' fourth season. 1. Homer sings the Oscar Mayer song, only with his first name in place of the O-S-C-A-R and the M-A-Y-E-R. Even though he was long gone, Edgar Allan Poe is credited as a writer for this episode. ", his mouth doesn't move. In the Pet Cemetery, there are 3 tombstones that read "Fish Police", "Capitol Critters", and "Family Dog" respectively. In the ending of "Dial Z For Zombies", the security guard to the right of Mayor Quimby has dark skin. It first aired on the Fox network in the United States on October 29, 1995, and contains three self-contained segments. The monster refers to The Office, and the scene that immediately follows parodies the opening of the show. This is also the first Treehouse of Horror special to have the closing credits shown in a green typeface instead of the standard yellow. Take your favorite fandoms with you and never miss a beat. ", The first two segments end similarly with a. McCartney's gravestone is a reference to the ", Homer overuses lighter fluid for a barbecue again in, "Bad Dream House" parodies a number of haunted house films. B… The Simpsons Tribute to Cinema - Treehouse of Horror - Duration: 8:19. In "King Homer," the spinning newspaper that announced Marge marrying King Homer had Woody Allen's birthday as a sub-story, but when the spinning newspaper is shown in full, the Woody Allen birthday story is replaced with Dick Cavett (and both stories have pictures of what each man looks like as an adult, despite the fact that they were just born). Kodos states his desire is to return home and that he had come to Earth in peace, though he hints that he was really sent there to de… 3. It originally aired on the Fox network in the United States on October 29, 1992. It originally aired on the Fox network in the United States on October 27, 1996. Guillermo del Toro directed the opening and packs plenty of cinematic and literary references from the horror, fantasy and … [4] Sign up now! The Simpsons: Treehouse of Horror X (1999) (TV Episode) "Treehouse of Horror IV" was directed by David Silverman and co-written by Conan O'Brien, Bill Oakley, Josh Weinstein, Greg Daniels, Dan McGrath, and Bill Canterbury.It is the fourth episode of the annual Treehouse of Horror Halloween specials. Marge finds the customer service number for the Krusty doll on a box, despite that Homer bought the Krusty doll at a curious shop owned by a strange Chinese man and it clearly wasn't in a box when he bought it. In "Clown Without Pity" when Homer yells, "The doll is trying to kill me, and the toaster's been laughing at me! As with the majority of the Treehouse of Horror episodes, numerous cultural references are made throughout the episode. Stream Disney Plus now. In the episode, Bart gets an evil talking doll, King Homer is taken by Mr. Burns, and Bart and Lisa start a zombie apocalypse. For unknown reasons, on FXX reruns instead of using its own credits music it uses the one from ". Homer's toga was ripped off when he came down the stairs ("Behold, mighty Caesar! Maggie's "throw up" while still having a touch of Pazuzu is another reference to "The Exorcist", in which Regan explosively vomits a green-gray liquid upon the priests. In the episode, Bart gets an evil talking doll, King Homer is taken by Mr. Burns, and Bart and Lisa start a zombie apocalypse. After seeing Homer run naked through the kitchen, Cullen, Rayburn, Narz, Trebek (last names of game show hosts), Zabar, Kresge, Caldor, Walmart (names of inexpensive department stores, with Zabar and Walmart being the only ones as of 2012 still in business, though Kresge is now known as Kmart), Kojak, Mannix, Banachek, Danno (names of 1970s TV detectives), Trojan, Ramses, Magnum, Sheik (brand names of condoms), Homer - Julius Caesar (until his toga rips on a nail). This line and its cadence were later utilized in the 2008 direct-to-video horror film, Marge's warning at the beginning was put in, just because the producers, The plot of telling scary stories comes from the Tracey Ullman short. Homer also notices … "Treehouse of Horror IV" was directed by David Silverman and co-written by Conan O'Brien, Bill Oakley, Josh Weinstein, Greg Daniels, Dan McGrath, and Bill Canterbury.It is the fourth episode of the annual Treehouse of Horror Halloween specials. Baby's First Pop-Up Book should, technically, be. This is the first time the show has adapted a book into an actual episode (short in the Treehouse of Horror series). “Treehouse of Horror XXIX” scored a 1.3 rating with a 6 share and was watched by 2.95 million viewers, making “The Simpsons” Fox’s highest rated show of the night. Synopsis. Because of Fox's contract with Major League Baseball's World Series, the episode first aired on the Fox network in the United States on November 6, 2001, nearly one week after Halloween.It is the twelfth annual Treehouse of Horror episode, consisting of three self-contained segments. Enjoy the videos and music you love, upload original content, and share it all with friends, family, and the world on YouTube. "Treehouse of Horror XIX" is the fourth episode of the twentieth season of The Simpsons. "Treehouse of Horror V" is the sixth episode of The Simpsons' sixth season and the fifth episode in the Treehouse of Horror series. While every addition has a memorable moment, the opening for Treehouse of Horror XXIV from 2013 is truly a stand out. In "Clown Without Pity" when Homer is buying the Krusty doll, it doesn't have a box; however, when Bart opens the present, it's in the box. They take place outside the show's normal continuity and completely abandon … As with the rest of the Halloween specials, the episode is considered non-canon and falls outside the show's regular continuity. The Simpsons' Treehouse of Horror episodes have become staples for animated television, with this year's being the 31st installment. In the seventh annual Treehouse of Horror episode, Bart discovers his long-lost twin, Lisa grows a colony of small beings, and Kang and Kodos impersonate Bill Clinton and Bob Dole in order to win the 1996 presidential election. the Extra-Terrestrial, Marge tells Bart to get butane from their "butane storage shed" in the back yard. This is the nineteenth Treehouse of Horror episode, and, like the other Treehouse of Horror episodes, contains three self-contained segments: in "Untitled Robot … "The HΩmega Man" is an extended homage to film The Omega Man, which was one of Mike Scully's favorite movies as a child. Treehouse of Horror VII: Citizen Kang. This is the first time that the Simpsons family have a barbecue. The second is "The Fright to Creep and Scare Harms" in ". And when turning Lisa back into human form and getting rid of the zombies, he mentions condom brands - Trojan, Ramses, Magnum and Sheik. World of References 966,427 views. The "Treehouse of Horror 3" set was released in 2002 and included a playset based on the "Ironic Punishment Division" of Hell in "Treehouse of Horror IV". Treehouse of Horror, also known as The Simpsons Halloween Specials, is a series of … While every addition has a memorable moment, the opening for Treehouse of Horror XXIV from 2013 is truly a stand out. Here are 10 of The Simpsons’ best Treehouse of Horror references, along with a bit about the original. The first few frames of the opening cr… The entire set was based on "Treehouse of Horror". It's also the final one to have the credits shown over a still from the episode, as the first and second specials did; afterwards the credits would roll against a black background, like the standard closing credits sequence. "Treehouse of Horror III" is the 5th episode of The Simpsons' fourth season. References The whole town lives in fear of him because of this, constantly forced to be happy and fulfill his every demand. This pokes fun at the 3 short-lived animated shows of the same names. Take your favorite fandoms with you and never miss a beat. So It's Come to This: A Simpsons Clip Show, https://simpsons.fandom.com/wiki/Treehouse_of_Horror_III/References?oldid=924175, Homer walking onto stage and saying 'Good Evening' is a parody of, This is the first Treehouse of Horror episode to contain a couch gag, appropriately being a horror-themed one (in this case, with the Simpsons family as skeletons.) Frink has made his own Frankenstein's monster. This is the first time that the Simpsons family have a barbecue. Bart's introduction (wher… The Treehouse of Horror series is named after this one only because the stories were told in a treehouse and it was originally supposed to be like that every year. The title on the Shop of Evil is "Our one stop evil shop". £59.99 Disney Plus has arrived in the UK - you can pay £59.99 for the year, or £5.99 a month. In the same segment, Homer runs over Johnny and Edgar Winter while fleeing the mutants pursuing him, crying: "Die, you chalk-faced goons! In the opening of the 2020 “Treehouse of Horror” Halloween episode, the action fast-forwards to America’s election day that November (including such sight gags as a “Trump/Putin” lawn sign). 4. It first aired on the Fox network in the United States on November 2, 2008 and in the United Kingdom on [Sky 1]] on November 30, 2008. The ad above the one Marge applies for in 'King Homer' is part of the chorus of "Escape (The Piña Colada Song)" by, The Springfield Shopper's November 19, 1936 issue includes an article ", The title 'Dial Z for Zombies' is a parody of, One of the books Bart picks out when told to redo his book report is "Find Waldo Yet Again," a spoof of the. 1 Synopsis 1.1 Clown Without Pity 1.2 King Homer 1.3 Dial 'Z' For Zombies 2 Production 3 Cultural references 4 Reception 5 … The alien 'Kang' is named in reference to an alien from this episode of Star Trek. Curious Earthlings accept invitations of the aliens to see their home world and travel on their spaceships. 13:31. 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