Homer gets it into his head that the end of the world is nigh and panics Springfield into believing him. There are mixed feelings when he is proved wrong. Believing he has miscalculated on the date he returns to the mountains where the next thing he knows is that he is in Heaven and the rest of the family are in Hell. After trashing Heaven he turns back time to save them but the whole thing seems to have been a dream from which the family wakes him. Written by
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Did You Know?
This episode is a nod to the Left Behind book series. The series was adapted for the screen, with the first film being released in cinemas and the other two as direct-to-video adaptations. A theatrical reboot was released in 2014. See more
When Homer is calculating the date the rapture will occur, one of the numbers he uses is 666, presumably in reference to "The number of the Beast", but the Number of the Beast is actually 616, not 666 See more
Man left behind in the rapture
Oh why did I choose to be GAY?
Who Wants a Haircut?
Parody of "Who Let the Dogs Out?"
Written by Anslem Douglas
Parody lyrics by Don Payne
Performed by Baha Men See more