Radiation from a meteor turns Homer into a blob-like monster; A take-off on an old Jewish legend; In the late 1930s, Kang and Kodos land in Springfield as part of an alien invasion. Cultural references. In a parody of Mr. & Mrs. Smith, Homer and Marge appear to be attending marriage counseling and recount a brief moment of tension between them. Kodos (explicitly referred to as male in this episode) states his desire to return home and that he had come to Earth in peace, although Kodos hints that he was really sent there to destroy mankind. ... October 18, 2020 . 18. Then when NASA agents arrive at the Simpsons home, the family distracts them while Bart sneaks Kodos out. Keep track of everything you watch; tell your friends. Canning, however, described the final two segments, as well as the opening as being solid segments. Robert Canning of IGN called the first segment, E.T. Treehouse of Horror (1995) comic books. You must be a registered user to use the IMDb rating plugin. Episode Number Al Jean Is there any trickery I can do so I can play both tables without having to move the corresponding roms in and out of … However, when Kodos kills several agents along the way, Bart begins to think Kodos' intentions are not as friendly as he was led to believe. Homer sells his soul to the Devil for a donut, Bart contends with a gremlin on the side of the school bus which only he can see, and the family discovers that Mr. Burns is a vampire. Written By Marc Wilmore Treehouse of Horror XVII There was something noticeably off about the whole episode, from the animation to the stilted dialogue. It was released on October 14, 2020, and ended on November 18, 2020. “Dad, you're not a robot. The Simpsons: Treehouse of Horror XX "Treehose of Horror XX" is a Halloween-themed episode from the twenty-first season of the animated comedy series The Simpsons. Treehouse of Horror IIII (1992) Replay Video. Finally, Kodos reveals that the devices he had the Simpsons collect were for a portal-generating device- so that others of his planet can come to Earth and wipe out the human race. (05 Nov 2006). Soon, however, their pranks turn into vandalism and everyone begins to complain. The very first “Treehouse of Horror” aired on Oct. 25, 1990, and Jean remembers being uncertain of how viewers would respond at the time. Original Airdate "Treehouse of Horror XXXI" is the fourth episode of season 32 of The Simpsons and the six-hundred and eighty-seventh episode overall. and bakes them into bread, which she serves to her family. three years after Kodos and Kang's alien armies have conqured the Earth, Kang arrives at Springfield's devestated city hall in an armed tri-pod, a large explosion nearby shakes the building. Get a sneak peek of the new version of this page. Chuck Sheetz. I think Treehouse of Horror 9 (whichever was the one in which Homer gets an evil hair transplant) was the first example of zombie Simpsons I ever saw. 27 Mr. & Mrs. Simpson - Homer and Marge as Mr. and Mrs. Smith, killers for hire. Similar to previous multi-events, it was divided into 4 acts: Act 1: October 14, 2020 - November 18, 2020 After Homer attempts to repeatedly shoot the woman (ending up with several civilian deaths), he manages to shoot the wig off her head, revealing Marge, also an assassin. Arriving home, the two avoid each other's eyes, and Marge makes an excuse for the blonde wig. Production Code Saved by Pamela Cruz. Here are some well-known faces from Sundance over the years, as they brought their early movies to the festival. A meteorite turns Homer into a rampaging blob with a voracious appetite; Bart brings a Golem to life; an alien invasion hoax turns real. Later in the end, it turns out that they were not talking to a marriage counselor, but to Principal Skinner regarding about Bart's misbehavior on the school bus. You're just possessed by the Devil.” Lisa Simpson[src] Treehouse of Horror XVI is the fourth episode of Season 17 of The Simpsons, as well as the sixteenth Halloween episode. The Simpsons' Treehouse of Horror special will have to wait until November. Ned tries to simulate what could happen to them for their sins through the use of crude roleplaying, but they scoff at his attempts. Treehouse of Horror XVI Treehouse of Horror XVI For the continuing series of Halloween specials, see Treehouse of Horror series. Directed By Watch Homer vote in this new clip from The Simpsons' upcoming Treehouse of Horror XXXI Halloween special. Take your favorite fandoms with you and never miss a beat. Go Home, "the weakest segment because it just wasn't really all that funny", and thought the end of the segment was the weakest part of the episode, writing "watching the military decimate the aliens and then seeing Homer use a pillow to put Kodos to sleep, this end was really off-putting. When Homer prepares to shoot Brockman at his rooftop party from a faraway platform, a woman with blonde hair (who Homer dubs "the Mystery Skank") however, stabs Brockman in the chest, killing him instead. 405 After killing Chief Wiggum with a crossbow, the two realize they are more attracted to one another when they kill someone together. «episode 666 or 667 if Fox changes the schedule» ). TV-PG | 22min | Animation, Comedy | Episode aired 5 November 2006. In “Clown Without Pity”, yet another classic “Treehouse … Want to share IMDb's rating on your own site? E.T., Go Home - Bart discovers Kodos hiding in the Simpsons' backyard, where Kodos tells him and Lisa to get equipment for contacting someone to pick him up, but in reality he is setting Earth up for an invasion. Combined with a new episode of Family Guy, it tied for first in the 8:00 PM hour with the NFL Pregame show on NBC. 3 of 8 people found this review helpful. Chief Wiggum answers sadly "I would have taken a bribe!" It first aired on the Fox network in the United States on October 26, 1997. Title: HI-HO Mistletoe! In the flashback, when arriving home, Homer locks himself in the bathroom and communicates on a hidden flat screen television, where it is revealed Homer is an assassin assigned to eliminate news reporter, Kent Brockman, by order of Homer's employer, Mr. Burns.