First, Homer uses a magic hammock to clone himself in "Send In The Clones." Then, gun-wielding zombies attack Springfield after a ban on firearms in "The Right To Creep And Scare Harms." Finally, The Simpsons are trapped on an island where people are transformed into animals in "The Island Of Dr. Hibbert." Written by
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Simpsons regulars and their animal transformations in The Island of Dr. Hibbert: Willie (shaggy dog), Frink (turkey), Marge (panther), Ned (cow), Mrs. Krabappel (hyena), Jasper (goat), Selma (elephant), Patty (lion), Snake (skunk), Krusty (lion), Apu and the octuplets (possums), Lou (cheetah), Eddie (dog), squeaky-voiced teen (donkey), Rev. Lovejoy (coyote), Ralph (peacock), Comic Book Guy (ram), Grampa (rooster), Quimby (panda), Sideshow Mel (lemur), Manjula (antelope), Chalmers (bear), Moleman (turtle), Moe (toad), Cletus (sloth), Otto (camel), The Rich Texan (buffalo), the Wiggums (pigs), Smithers (flamingo), Luigi (guinea pig), Bart (spider), Maggie (anteater), Lisa (owl), Wolfcastle (rabbit), the Captain (alligator), Dr. Nick (squirrel), Judge Snyder (hippo), Mr. Burns (fox), Bumblebee Man (bumblebee!), Disco Stu (shrew), Kent Brockman (rhino), Martin (sheep), Agnes and Seymour (kangaroos), Nelson (wolf) and Homer (walrus). See more
(In "The Island Of Dr. Hibbert") Chief Wiggum throws his pants on the fire. A little later, he is still wearing them. See more
[from The Island of Dr. Hibbert. Homer is milking Flanders who has been turned into a half-man, half-cow
That's nice. You're actually quite gentle when you want to be.
You know, you're not helping.
References The Tracey Ullman Show
Composed by Ludwig van Beethoven See more