Treehouse Of Horror IV


From Season 5

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Episode Summary


The Devil And Homer Simpson

Homer after being changed into a donut by the devil

While Homer is sleeping on the job, Lenny and Carl eat all the donuts. Homer wakes up and wants one really badly, so he sells his soul for a donut. The Devil appears (it's Ned Flanders) and gives Homer a Donut, but he can't finish the whole thing or else he will be sent to hell. Homer keeps the last piece in the fridge with notes warning him not to eat it, but he wakes up in the middle of the night for a midnight snack and eats the last bite. The Devil arrives to bring Homer to hell, but Lisa says he has the right to a fair trial. The Devil agrees, but Homer still has to stay in hell until the trial starts and undergoes some hellish torture. The trial is held in the Simpson house with Lionel Hutz as Homer's lawyer. Hutz is useless, so Marge saves the day by proving that Homer already gave his soul to her by signing it over on the back of a wedding picture.

Terror At 5 And A Half Feet

Bart has a dream about dying in a school bus crash. His dream starts to come true in the morning when he is on the bus and looks out the window to see a small gremlin clawing at the side of the bus. He tries to warn everyone, but they all think he's crazy. Bart continues to see the gremlin slowly destroyng the bus, and everyone is still ignoring him, so he decides to take matters into his own hands. Bart grabs a flare and tosses it at the gremlin knocking it off the bus. When the bus reaches the school everyone sees the damage, but Bart is still taken away to the crazy house.

Bart Simpson's Dracula

There is a news report about people getting killed and having their blood drained. Lisa has her suspicions that it is a vampire. There is also a news report about Mr. Burns buying the local blood bank, and guess what, the Simpsons are going to Burns' creepy country home for dinner. Lisa still has her suspicions and at dinner she sneaks away with Bart and they stumble upon Burns' secret hideout. They find out that Burns' really is a vampire, and Bart gets bit and becomes a vampire too. Homer doesn't believe Lisa about Mr Burns and Bart, so they go back home. At home Bart tries to bite Lisa, but Homer walks in and discovers the truth about Bart. Lisa explains that they have to kill the head vampire (Burns) to get Bart back to normal. They go back to Burns' place and kill him, but back at home Lisa discovers that everyone is a vampire and the head vampire is really Marge.



Quotes

Homer: "Oh, Lisa, you and your stories: "Bart is a vampire, beer kills brain cells." Now let's go back to that...building...thingy...where our beds and TV...is."

[edit]

Bart Simpson: Our final painting is the most horrible of all. To even gaze upon it is to go mad...
Homer Simpson: AH! They're dogs! And they're playing poker! AHHHH!
[Homer begins laughing hysterically, and runs away shrieking]

[edit]

[Mr Burns and Smithers see Homer and the Devil on the surveillance camera]
Mr Burns: Hmm. Who is this goat-legged fellow? I like the cut of his jib.
Smithers: Er, the Prince of Darkness sir. He’s your 11 o’clock.

[edit]

[Blackbeard takes a look at the back of Marge and Homer’s wedding photo]
Blackbeard: ‘Tis some sort of treasure map!
Benedict Arnold: You idiot, you can’t read!
Blackbeard: Aye, ‘tis true. My debauchery was my way of compensatin’.

[edit]

Homer Simpson: Lisa, stop being so suspicious. Did everyone wash their necks like Mr. Burns asked?

[edit]

Homer Simpson: Kill my boss? Do I dare to live out the American dream?


Guest Voices

  • Phil Hartman


Other Information


Air Date : 10-28-93

Chalkboard : none

Couch : The Simpsons are zombies

Director

  • David “Dry Bones” Silverman

Writers

  • “Watch” Conan O'Brien
  • “The Late” Bill Oakley
  • “The Estate of” Josh Weinstein
  • Greg “It’s Alive!” Daniels
  • “The Disfigured” Dan McGrath
  • “Bilious” Bill Canterbury



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