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Encyclopedia > Treehouse of Horror VIII
The Simpsons episode
"Treehouse of Horror VIII"
Homer discovers everyone else was killed after France launched its neutron bomb on Springfield.
Episode no. 182
Prod. code 5F02
Orig. airdate October 26, 1997
Show runner(s) Mike Scully
Written by Mike Scully
David S. Cohen
Ned Goldreyer
Directed by Mark Kirkland
Couch gag The Simpsons sit on the couch. Metal shackles restrain their wrists and ankles and a metal cap comes down on all of their heads. The family writhes in pain as they get shocked by the electricity.[1]
DVD
commentary
Matt Groening
Mike Scully
David X. Cohen
Mark Kirkland
George Meyer
Matt Selman
Season 9
September 21, 1997May 17, 1998
  1. The City of New York vs. Homer Simpson
  2. The Principal and the Pauper
  3. Lisa's Sax
  4. Treehouse of Horror VIII
  5. The Cartridge Family
  6. Bart Star
  7. The Two Mrs. Nahasapeemapetilons
  8. Lisa the Skeptic
  9. Realty Bites
  10. Miracle on Evergreen Terrace
  11. All Singing, All Dancing
  12. Bart Carny
  13. The Joy of Sect
  14. Das Bus
  15. The Last Temptation of Krust
  16. Dumbbell Indemnity
  17. Lisa the Simpson
  18. This Little Wiggy
  19. Simpson Tide
  20. The Trouble with Trillions
  21. Girly Edition
  22. Trash of the Titans
  23. King of the Hill
  24. Lost Our Lisa
  25. Natural Born Kissers
List of all The Simpsons episodes

"Treehouse of Horror VIII" is the fourth episode of The Simpsons' ninth season and first aired on the Fox network on October 26, 1997.[2] In the eighth annual Treehouse of Horror episode, Springfield is destroyed by a neutron bomb leaving Homer to fight off a crowd of mutants, Bart and a fly switch heads and in a segment set in 1649, Marge is discovered to be a witch. It was written by Mike Scully, David S. Cohen & Ned Goldreyer and was directed by Mark Kirkland.[1] Simpsons redirects here. ... is the 299th day of the year (300th in leap years) in the Gregorian calendar. ... For the band, see 1997 (band). ... Mike Scully (born October 2, 1956 in West Springfield, Massachusetts) is an Emmy Award-winning American television writer best known for his work as show runner of the Fox series The Simpsons from 1997 - 2001 (Seasons 9-12). ... Al Jean (left) and David Mirkin (right), have both been writers for The Simpsons for more than ten years. ... 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Contents

Plot

A Fox censor, sitting at his desk reading through the script and deleting things, proudly announces that thanks to his editing tonight's Simpsons episode is rated TV-G. But as he says this, a hand with a sword appears out of the on-screen rating icon and stabs him in the back repeatedly, raising the rating with every stab. As he collapses dead onto the desk, blood pours down the front to reveal the title, "The Simpsons Halloween Special VIII". FOX redirects here. ... For other uses, see Censor. ... Television content rating systems are a method of giving television viewers an idea of the suitability of a television program for children and/or adults. ... Swiss longsword, 15th or 16th century Look up Sword in Wiktionary, the free dictionary. ...


The HΩmega Man

Mayor Quimby generates a great deal of controversy over a "frog's legs" joke he makes about France, and when it becomes obvious that no apology is forthcoming, the French king launches a neutron bomb directly into Springfield. Homer had been inspecting a bomb shelter he was considering buying from Herman and after the blast; Homer emerges from the shelter to find that he seems to be the only person in town to have survived. He misses his family, but he quickly gets over his loss and, being the last man alive in Springfield, decides to do as he pleases. While dancing naked in church, he is confronted by a band of Springfield citizens who have become mutants. They claim that they want to create a perfect world in which the mistakes of the past will be eliminated. This, of course, includes killing Homer. Homer flees and arrives at his home where he finds that his family survived the blast because their house was protected by so many layers of lead paint. Seeing Homer reunited with his family, the mutants see the error of their ways. They hope they can build a Utopian society with the Simpsons, but Marge and the children open fire with shotguns that they were hiding behind their backs. Homer and his family decide to take advantage of the nuclear holocaust and go and steal some Ferraris. Joseph Fitzpatrick Fitzgerald Fitzhenry Joe Quimby,[1] a. ... A neutron bomb is a type of tactical nuclear weapon developed specifically to release a relatively large portion of its energy as energetic neutron radiation. ... Homer Simpson is also a character in the book and film The Day of the Locust. ... The following are a list of fictional recurring characters in the animated television show, The Simpsons. ... This article is about biological mutants. ... Lead paint is paint containing lead, a heavy metal, that is used as pigment, with Lead(II) chromate (PbCrO4, chrome yellow) and lead(II) carbonate(PbCO3, white lead) being the most common. ... For other uses, see Utopia (disambiguation). ... Marjorie Marge Simpson (née Bouvier) is a fictional character featured in the animated television series The Simpsons and is voiced by Julie Kavner. ... Nuclear Holocaust is the concept of the eradication of the human race through the means of Nuclear warfare. ... This article is about the automobile manufacturer. ...


Fly Vs. Fly

The Simpson family discover that Bart swapped heads with a fly.

Homer buys a matter teleporter from Professor Frink at his yard sale. Bart asks if he can use it, but Homer refuses. That night, Bart tries to sneak Snowball II into the teleporter and at the same time, Santa's Little Helper jumps in. As the pets come out, Santa's Little Helper and Snowball II have been merged into a two-headed creature. A fly lands on Bart's arm and thinking that he will become a superhero, Bart grabs the fly and steps into the teleporter. He comes out his normal head, but with the body of the fly and meanwhile the fly has his body. The rest of the family wakes up and sees Bart's body with a fly's head and decide that it must be Bart and accept him as their family. That night, Bart the fly talks to Lisa and tells her what happened. When Lisa is in the kitchen fly-boy eats Bart and Lisa knocks him into the teleporter. Bart then appears in the living room normal. An enraged Homer grabs an axe and starts chasing Bart around for using the teleporter. Image File history File links The_Simpsons_5F02. ... Image File history File links The_Simpsons_5F02. ... Telepods are fictional teleportation devices featured in the 1986 film The Fly and its 1989 sequel, The Fly II. The teleportation system in the original 1958 version of The Fly was referred to as a Distintegrator-Integrator, and resembled two high-tech telephone booths. ... Professor Johnathan I.Q. Neidelbaum Frink, Jr. ... Snowball, Snowball II, Snowball III, Snowball IV/Coltrane, and Snowball V are five fictional cats that have been owned by the Simpson family in the TV show The Simpsons. ... Santas Little Helper or once known as Santos L. Halper (voiced by Frank Welker or Dan Castellaneta) is the Simpson familys pet dog. ...


Easy-Bake Coven

Marge, Patty and Selma as witches.
Marge, Patty and Selma as witches.

The year is 1649 and the town of Sprynge-Fielde is witness to many witch burnings. Later in the church, the townspeople try to figure out whom to condemn next. People start accusing others and soon they erupt into chaos, until Marge intervenes. She tries to talk sense into the townspeople, but Moe accuses her of being a witch. Quimby assures her that she is entitled to due process which means she will be thrown off a cliff with a broomstick; if she is a witch she will be able to fly to safety, in which case the authorities expect her to report back for punishment. If she is not a witch, then she will fall to an honorable Christian death. Lisa tries to speak on her mother's behalf, but to no avail and Marge gets shoved off the cliff by Wiggum's henchmen. As Lovejoy speaks to the mob about having done the Lord's work, they hear a cackle and all look up, stunned to see that a green-skinned Marge is flying on the broomstick, as she really is a witch. Marge then takes revenge on the town. She returns to her elder sisters Patty and Selma in their mountain lair close to Sprynge-Fielde. The sisters watch Ned and Maude Flanders talking about how the witches may eat their children, thus giving them the idea in the first place. The three set off for Sprynge-Fielde on their broomsticks. They knock on the Flanders' door and demand the kids. They put the kids in sacks and are about to leave, when Maude offers the witches gingerbread men instead. The witches like these better than the kids and let Rodd & Todd go. They go to each house, getting goodies in exchange for not eating the kids. As they fly off, the Sea Captain says that is how the tradition of Halloween started, with Maude Flanders' quick thinking leading to the Halloween we know today. // Events January 30 - King Charles I of England, Scotland and Ireland is beheaded. ... Springfield is the fictional city in which the animated American sitcom The Simpsons is set. ... A witch-hunt is a search for suspected witches; it is a type of moral panic. ... For the architectural structure, see Church (building). ... Marjorie Marge Simpson (née Bouvier) is a fictional character featured in the animated television series The Simpsons and is voiced by Julie Kavner. ... Morris Moe Szyslak (pronounced ) is a fictional character on the animated series The Simpsons, voiced by Hank Azaria. ... Mayor Diamond Joe Quimby Joseph Joe Quimby, Jr. ... “Precipice” redirects here. ... A broom is a cleaning tool consisting of stiff fibres attached to, and roughly parallel to, a cylindrical handle, the broomstick. ... Lisa Marie Simpson is a character in the animated television series The Simpsons, voiced by Yeardley Smith; Lisa is the only character Smith voices on a regular basis. ... This article contains a list of recurring characters from The Simpsons with descriptions. ... This article or section should be merged with Selma Bouvier Patty Bouvier (voiced by Julie Kavner), a fictional character on The Simpsons, is one of Marges two cynical chain-smoking sisters (the other is Selma). ... This article or section should be merged with Patty Bouvier Selma Bouvier (voiced by Julie Kavner) is a fictional character featured in the animated television series The Simpsons. ... Nedward Ned Flanders is a recurring character in the animated television series The Simpsons. ... Maude Flanders was a fictional character in The Simpsons. ... A gingerbread man is an anthropomorphic (human-like) figure made of gingerbread. ... This article contains a list of recurring characters from The Simpsons with descriptions. ... This article is about the holiday. ...


The next year, the whole town is celebrating Halloween. Homer eggs the door of a house from where no candy was received. Lisa points out that it is their house. When everybody starts laughing at him, he accuses Lisa of being a witch, prompting the townspeople to start chasing her down the street.[2][1]


Production

The opening segment of the episode, which had a difficult time getting through the censors.
The opening segment of the episode, which had a difficult time getting through the censors.

"The HΩmega Man" was written by Mike Scully,[3] "Fly Vs. Fly" was written by David S. Cohen[4] and "Easy-Bake Coven" was written by Ned Goldreyer.[3] Large portions of the "Fly vs. Fly" segment were cut, including the original ending where the fly also emerges from the teleporter, but is considerably larger and the Simpson family ride it to the mall.[4] Mike Scully (born October 2, 1956 in West Springfield, Massachusetts) is an Emmy Award-winning American television writer best known for his work as show runner of the Fox series The Simpsons from 1997 - 2001 (Seasons 9-12). ... David X. Cohen (born 1966), born David Samuel Cohen, is an American television writer. ...


The producers had trouble with the censors over several segments in this episode. The opening segment of the episode, which features the Fox censor being stabbed to death and was pitched by David Mirkin, had a difficult time getting through the real life censors. They had issues with the size of the knife and the sound effects used.[3] Originally the censor was stabbed with a dagger, but the censors found it too gruesome, but found the use of a sword acceptable, so it was used instead.[5] The censors also had issues with Homer dancing naked on the altar in the church, so it was changed so that he was just dancing on the floor.[3] Mirkin at Comic Con 2007. ...


This episode was the only Treehouse of Horror episode that was directed by Mark Kirkland. It was also the last episode that was worked on by Brad Bird, who left the show to direct The Iron Giant. "Easy-Bake Coven" was storyboarded by Kirkland and the backgrounds were designed by Lance Wilder.[5] Although Kang and Kodos make brief appearances in every Treehouse of Horror episode, their brief appearance in this one was nearly cut. David X. Cohen managed to persuade the producers to leave the scene in.[4] Mark Kirkland is a director of episodes of The Simpsons. ... Phillip Bradley Bird, better known as Brad Bird, (born on September 11, 1957) is an American Academy Award-winning animator who wrote and directed the 1999 Warner Bros. ... The Iron Giant is a 1999 animated science fiction film, directed by Brad Bird, produced by Warner Bros. ... Lance Wilder (born May 7, 1968) is the background design supervisor for The Simpsons. ... Kang and Kodos are fictional characters from the animated television series The Simpsons, voiced by Harry Shearer and Dan Castellaneta respectively. ...


Cultural references

As with the majority of the Treehouse of Horror episodes, numerous cultural references are made throughout the episode. "The HΩmega Man" is an extended homage to film The Omega Man, which was one of Mike Scully's favorite movies as a child.[3] In the same segment, Homer runs over Johnny and Edgar Winter while fleeing the mutants pursuing him, crying: "Die, you chalk-faced goons!" as the Winter brothers are both albino.[3] The title "Fly vs. Fly" is a reference to the Mad magazine comic strip "Spy vs. Spy", while the segment itself is based on the film The Fly.[4] In "Easy-Bake Coven", the animators referenced the film The Crucible for many of their designs,[5] and Edna Krabappel is wearing a Scarlet A, which is a reference to the novel The Scarlet Letter.[4] The plot of the segment is loosely based on the Salem witch trials, while the title is a reference to the children's toy called an Easy-Bake Oven. The story also contains a brief reference to the Looney Tunes character Witch Hazel when Marge, Patty and Selma click their heels before flying away on their brooms.[5] The Omega Man is a 1971 science fiction thriller starring Charlton Heston. ... John Dawson Johnny Winter III (born on 23 February 1944 in Beaumont, Texas, USA) is an American blues guitarist, singer, and producer. ... Edgar Winter (born December 28, 1946 in Beaumont, Texas) is an American musician who had significant success in the 1970s and 1980s. ... Albinism is a genetic condition resulting in a lack of pigmentation in the eyes, skin and hair. ... Mad is an American humor magazine founded by editor Harvey Kurtzman and publisher William Gaines in 1952. ... Spy vs. ... Charles Herbert and Vincent Price during their infamous spider web scene in 1958s The Fly. ... For the 1996 film, see The Crucible (1996 film). ... Ms. ... This article is about the 1850 book. ... 1876 illustration of the courtroom; the central figure is usually identified as Mary Walcott The Salem witch trials were a series of hearings by local magistrates and county court trials to prosecute people alleged to have committed acts of witchcraft in Essex, Suffolk and Middlesex Counties of Massachusetts in 1692... The Easy-Bake Oven, currently a product of Hasbro, is a working toy oven that uses an ordinary light bulb as a heat source. ... Looney Tunes opening title Looney Tunes is a Warner Brothers animated cartoon series which ran in many movie theatres from 1930 to 1969. ... Witch hazel is the name of: Witch-hazel: Hamamelis, a genus of decorative shrubs in North America and east Asia. ...


Awards

"Treehouse of Horror VIII" won a Golden Reel Award in 1998 for "Best Sound Editing - Television Animated Specials" for Robert Mackston, Travis Powers, Norm MacLeod and Terry Greene.[6] Alf Clausen received an Emmy Award nomination for "Outstanding Music Composition for a Series (Dramatic Underscore)" for this episode, which he ultimately lost.[7] The MPSE Golden Reel Award is an award presented by the organization of Motion Picture Sound Editors in categories related to the craft of audio post production, such as Sound Editing, Music Editing, Dialog Editing, and Sound Effect Editing. The award was first presented in 1953 and has continued into... Travis Powers is a sound effects editor who has worked on several animated telvision series, including The Simpsons, Futurama, Dilbert, The PJs and The Critic. ... Alf Clausen (born March 28, 1941) composes music for television and film. ... The Primetime Emmy Awards are awards presented by the Academy of Television Arts and Sciences in recognition of excellence in American primetime television programming. ...


References

  1. ^ a b c Martyn, Warren; Wood, Adrian (2000). Treehouse of Horror VIII. BBC. Retrieved on 2007-10-24.
  2. ^ a b Treehouse of Horror VIII. The Simpsons.com. Retrieved on 2007-10-24.
  3. ^ a b c d e f Scully, Mike. (2006). The Simpsons season 9 DVD commentary for the episode "Treehouse of Horror VIII" [DVD]. 20th Century Fox.
  4. ^ a b c d e Cohen, David X.. (2006). The Simpsons season 9 DVD commentary for the episode "Treehouse of Horror VIII" [DVD]. 20th Century Fox.
  5. ^ a b c d Kirkland, Mark. (2006). The Simpsons season 9 DVD commentary for the episode "Treehouse of Horror VIII" [DVD]. 20th Century Fox.
  6. ^ "Past Golden Reel Awards", MPSE.org. Retrieved on 2007-10-17. 
  7. ^ Primetime Emmy Awards Advanced Search. Emmys.org. Retrieved on 2007-10-24.

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