A family vacation to Itchy & Scratchy Land turns disastrous when the robots malfunction and turn on the tourists.

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Homer Simpson / Itchy / Krusty / Grampa Simpson / Squeaky Voiced Teen / Hans Moleman / Costumed Man #1 / Cocktail Waiter / 'I really wish they wouldn't scream' / Scientist (voice)
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Marge Simpson (voice)
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Bart Simpson (voice)
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Lisa Simpson (voice)
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Cletus / Professor Frink / Roger Meyers Jr. / Radio Voice #2 / Helicopter Pilot / Park Manager / Waiter / Costumed Man #2 / Roger Meyers Story Narrator / Costumed Man #3 / Control Room Guy #1 / Control Room Guy #3 / Park Announcer / German Officer / French Ticket Man (voice)
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Scratchy / John Travolta / Radio Voice #1 / Radio Voice #3 / Bort #2 / Maestro / Control Room Guy #2 (voice)
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Bort #1 / Child Care Woman #2 (voice)
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Ticket Lady / Child Care Woman #1 / Bort #1's Mother / Child Care Woman #2 / 'I'd be terribly embarrased if I were that boy's mother' (voice)
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The Simpsons go to Itchy and Scratchyland,a theme park based on the violent television cartoon, where Bart and Homer are both arrested for annoying actors dressed as Itchy. However when the robot characters turn violent in the manner of 'Westworld' and the staff evacuate,the Simpsons are the heroes of the day by defeating the robots by using camera flash bulbs. Written by don @ minifie-1

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Animation | Comedy

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2 October 1994 (USA)  »

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Trivia

Although often thought of as a parody of Jurassic Park (1993), the plot actually has more in common with the 1973 film Westworld (1973). Both of those films, however, are based on stories by the same author, Michael Crichton. See more »

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When the car crashes into the pole after Homer says he's not tired and they cut to Bart saying, "Glad that wasn't us," the car is there, but the pole is gone. See more »

Quotes

[at Itchy & Scratchy Land]
Park Announcer: Attention, Marge Simpson. Your son has been arrested.
Woman: I'd be terribly embarrassed if I was that boy's mother.
Marge: Mmmmm...
Park Announcer: Attention, Marge Simpson. We've also arrested your older, balder, fatter son.
Marge: Mmmmmmm...
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References Star Trek: I, Mudd (1967) See more »

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Auld Lang Syne
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Written by Robert Burns
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The Simpsons don't get much better than this
2 January 2008 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

This has to be one of my favorite episodes. It is from season 6 where the show was really firing on all cylinders.

As you can guess from its title this is another vacation episode where surprise surprise they go to Itchy & Scratchy Land. There are a lot of parodies in this one including Jurasice Park, West World, and The Birds. Itchy & Scratchy Land itself parodies Disney World and Pleasure Island. Lots of classic scenes makes this episode a must see for any Simpsons fan(even though by now I don't think there are any that haven't seen this episode at least a dozen times).

So if you haven't seen this episode yet do yourself a favor and buy Season 6 on DVD.


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