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"Treehouse of Horror XXII": Homer gets his arm caught in a boulder in an isolated canyon. He's also paralyzed, but can communicate via natural gases. Mountain climber Aron Ralston provides his own voice. Meanwhile, Bart and Milhouse are in deep space, tran (more…)
In "Treehouse of Horror XXIII," Marge and Homer go back to ancient Mayan times and learn that the world will come to an end in 2012; and a glitch in the Springfield Subatomic Supercollider wreaks havoc on the city; Marge as a youngster has a devil of a tim (more…)
"Treehouse of Horror XXIV" kicks off with a tip of the cap to Dr. Seuss, with Homer scaring up trouble around Springfield as "The Fat in the Hat." In "Dead and Shoulders," Bart is decapitated in a kite mishap and his head is placed on Lisa's body, necessit (more…)
In a Halloween-theme episode Bart reads Aramaic symbols from the bottom of his desk and he and Lisa are transported to an alternate world filled with demons. Also, Moe organizes a "Clockwork Orange"-ish gang in which member Dum (Homer) falls for a young la (more…)
In "Treehouse of Horror XX," Lisa is drawn into a Hitchcockian revenge plot when she isn't chosen for an academic honor; Krusty invents a ghastly fast-food item that unleashes a plague of zombies; and Moe's microbrew has a vile secret ingredient.
A hypnotist unlocks a repressed memory in Homer, who recalls childhood times with Moe, Carl and Lenny---and his finding a corpse. Paul Newman and singer Judith Owen have voice cameos. Hank Azaria, Harry Shearer, Dan Castellaneta.
Bart wants a cell phone in the worst way, and that's just how he gets one when he finds Denis Leary's phone. Meanwhile, a GPS mix-up sends Lisa on a dream trip---to Machu Picchu, Peru, with Homer, Marge and Maggie. Denis Leary provides his own voice.
Frightfest '94: Lack of beer and cable TV make Homer a crazed killer; the present is altered by a time-traveling Homer; and Principal Skinner turns detention students into food. Voices include Dan Castellaneta, Julie Kavner.
Halloween 1996: Homer tumbles into another dimension in a story spun off “The Twilight Zone”; Paul Anka helps combat the “Attack of the 50-Foot Eyesores”; and Groundskeeper Willie appears in a spoof of “A Nightmare on Elm Street.”
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