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"The Simpsons" Treehouse of Horror X (TV Episode 1999) Poster

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(1999)

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References 

Death Takes a Holiday (1934)
Ron Hauge's halloween onscreen credit is "Death Takes A Hauge Day"
The Bride of Frankenstein (1935)
In the opening sequence, Marge is dressed up as the bride of Frankenstein.
Meet Me in St. Louis (1944)
In "Life's a Glitch, Then You Die," Rosie O'Donnell sings "The Trolley Song."
The Fly (1958)
In the opening sequence, Bart's head has been replaced with a fly's head.
Psycho (1960)
As a halloween-themed credit, someone is credited as Norman "Bates" MacLeod onscreen in reference to the main character Norman Bates in this film.
The Andy Griffith Show (1960) (TV Series)
Grampa says that "two TV shows with Andy Griffith" was a highlight of the last millennium.
Doctor Who (1963) (TV Series)
The Doctor (appearing as the fourth Doctor from Tom Baker's tenure) is among the Collector's kidnapped people
Gilligan's Island (1964) (TV Series)
Gilligan from this show is among The Collector's kidnapped people.
Lost in Space (1965) (TV Series)
The robot from this show is among The Collector's kidnapped people.
Star Trek (1966) (TV Series)
Spock from this show is among The Collector's kidnapped people.
It's the Great Pumpkin, Charlie Brown (1966) (TV Special)
Closing credits: "Haloed Great Pumpkin"
Star Wars: Episode IV - A New Hope (1977)
The Collector tells Lucy Lawless that she may call him "Obi-Wan" on their wedding night.
Battlestar Galactica (1978) (TV Series)
A Cylon (robot from this show) is in Kang & Kodos' audience at the start.
The Plastic Man Comedy/Adventure Show (1979) (TV Series)
Bart's Stretch Dude superhero has the same abilities as Plastic Man.
Star Wars: Episode V - The Empire Strikes Back (1980)
The Collector tries to kill Stretch Dude & Clobbergirl by encasing them in lucite, just like Hans Solo famously was in this film -this is a reference as The Collector is a big Star Wars fan.
A Nightmare on Elm Street (1984)
Matt Selman's onscreen halloween credit is "Nightmare on Selman Street" in reference to this movie's title.
Desperately Seeking Susan (1985)
2nd segment "Desperately Xeeking Xena" is a reference to the title of this film.
Matlock (1986) (TV Series)
Grampa says that "two TV shows with Andy Griffith" was a highlight of the last millennium.
Ishtar (1987)
Opening credits: "Jim Ishtar Reardon"
Full Metal Jacket (1987)
Opening credits: "Tim I-Scare-You-Long-Time "
Baywatch (1989) (TV Series)
Yasmine Bleeth is one of The Collector's kidnapped people
The Simpsons: Treehouse of Horror II (1991) (TV Episode)
Homer appears as the jack-in-the-box from this episode
Star Trek: Voyager (1995) (TV Series)
Seven of Nine is among The Collector's kidnapped people.
Xena: Warrior Princess (1995) (TV Series)
Lucy Lawless, star of this show is at a Xena convention and spends the whole episode dressed as Xena. Nerds ask questions about the show's continuity, etc.
Shine (1996)
Homer: I'm the piano genious from Shine. (when asked for name) Shiny McShine?
The Simpsons: Treehouse of Horror VIII (1997) (TV Episode)
Marge appears as the witch from this episode, while Bart appears as the mutant fly
The Simpsons: Treehouse of Horror IX (1998) (TV Episode)
Maggie appears as the alien/human mutant from this episode
The Simpsons: Homer to the Max (1999) (TV Episode)
After Homer makes Maude believe Ned had a heart attack, he says "And that's the end of that chapter" - the catchphrase of Homer Simpson on Police Cops in "Homer to the Max"
Star Wars: Episode I - The Phantom Menace (1999)
The Collector has a Darth Maul double edged lightsabre from this film, Darth Maul is on the packaging which he removes it from before using.

Featured in 

The Simpsons: Gump Roast (2002) (TV Episode)
A clip from this episode used

Spoofs 

The Twilight Zone: It's a Good Life (1961) (TV Episode)
In the opening sequence, Homer appears as a jack-in-the-box, which is from an earlier Halloween episode that spoofs the "It's a Good Life" episode of "The Twilight Zone."
Scream (1996)
Moe's phone call to Marge spoofs the phone calls in this film. Before we find out it's Moe, he has an almost exact voice and says the same things.
I Know What You Did Last Summer (1997)
The first segment is a spoof of the film and its sequel.
I Still Know What You Did Last Summer (1998)
1st segment is a parody of this film, it's named as a parody and sees The Simpsons accidentally killing someone and trying to cover it up, then the victim coming from beyond the grave for them in a raincoat and with a hook, just like in this film.

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