The Simpsons are employed on Mr. Burns's country estate-and Homer goes insane. And act two, Homer's attempt to repair a toaster lead him repeatedly back into the past-and he inadvertently changes the future. And the final act, the school cafeteria turn to an unusual source of food-and schoolchildren start mysteriously disappearing. Written by
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The "inside-out gas" that turns the family inside out is a reference to a 1962 radio drama album called "Drop Dead!" by radio performer Arch Oboler
. In the segment called "The Dark", a man inhales a gas which turns him inside out. See more
In the section where the school staff eats students, when Skinner and Lunch Lady Doris advance on Milhouse, Lisa, and Bart, Skinner's apron is off, then appears, then disappears and he puts it on again. See more
[Homer keeps carelessly distorting the time line, trying to get back to his own universe. Kang and Kodos the aliens watch from space as Homer's meddling causes 742 Evergreen Terrace to repeatedly change from one bizzarre form to another
Foolish earthling! Totally unprepared for the effects of time travel!
[They both laugh
[Suddenly, one of the changes Homer makes to the timeline causes Kang and Kodos's bodies to transform to those of Sherman and Mr. Peabody
What happened to us, Kodos?
Though this episode's official title is "Treehouse of Horror V," the on-screen title is "The Simpsons Halloween Special V." See more
References Pink Floyd The Wall
Music by Marvin Hamlisch
Lyrics by Ed Kleban See more