Homer battles mutants after Springfield is annihilated by a neutron bomb; Bart has his DNA mixed with a fly; Marge is revealed to be a witch in colonial Springfield.
Did You Know?
In "Easy Bake Coven", the unnamed character portrayed by Edna Krabbapel has a red "A" upon her frock. This is a reference to the main character in the book, 'The Scarlet Letter'. In the book, the "A" stands for adultery, and the woman is made to wear it by the townspeople as punishment for committing this crime. The implication that Mrs. Krabbapel's character is likewise an adulteress fits with the series' numerous hints that Mrs.Krabbapel has had many lovers. See more
In "Fly vs. fly", when smoke leaves the machine while it is in the Simpson's kitchen (just after Bart and the fly are mismatched), Homer's hand appears to be transparent, as we can see the line of the pod door through it. See more
[after seen three woman burn at the stake
If they're really witches, why don't they use their powers to escape!
That sounds like witch talk to me, Lisa.
References Tommy Boy
Written by Norman Whitfield
and Barrett Strong
Performed by Edwin Starr
Sung by Dan Castellaneta See more