The family's job at Mr. Burns' country estate goes awry when Homer goes mad; Homer's attempt to repair a toaster results in inadvertent time travel; The school staff turn cannibalistic.
Did You Know?
This episode marked the end of the tradition of featuring humorous tombstones in the title sequence of Halloween episodes. The title sequence of this episode featured a tombstone reading "Amusing Tombstones", which was a sign that the writers could no longer devise ideas to use as humorous tombstone messages. Similar sequences were featured as introductions in all four preceding Treehouse of Horror episodes, but have not been featured since this episode. See more
At the opening Marge Simpson announces that congress suggested the 1947 Glenn Ford
movie "200 miles to Oregon". There is no such movie and in fact the only movie he appeared in that was released in 1947 was called Framed
. See more
Are we taking the new Nexus to aunt Patty and Selma's funeral today?
Hum, fabulous house, well-behaved kids, sisters-in-law dead, luxury sedan, WOO HOO! I hit the jackpot!
At the very end of the closing credits in 1994, when the dancing is ended, in the Gracie Films logo, and you can hear a girl screaming. See more
Music by Marvin Hamlisch
Lyrics by Ed Kleban See more