In "Clown Without Pity", a Krusty the Clown doll goes berserk in the Simpson home. In "King Homer", Marge is wooed by a giant ape. And final story, In "Dial 'Z' for Zombies", Bart's attempt to bring back the family cat turns the town of Springfield into a pack of bloodthirsty zombies.
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When Marge looks at the advert/newspaper in 'King Homer', the advert above hers is the one placed in the song "Escape (The Piña Colada Song)". See more
The shopkeeper takes the doll down from the shelf without a box. Yet the doll is in a factory-standard box when it's given to Bart. (Clearly, Homer was able to wrap the box before giving it to Bart, but it should've been in a plain box if it was in one at all.) This is the box Marge uses to call the helpline at the end of the segment. However, it is possible the box came with the doll and the doll was simply put on display outside of it. See more
[a la Alfred Hitchcock
I've been asked to tell you that the following show is very scary. You see, there are some crybabies out there - religious types, mostly - who might be offended. If you are one of them, I advise you to turn off your TV now. Come on, I dare you!
[screen winks out
On the Good Ship Lollipop
by Richard A. Whiting
and Sidney Clare
Performed by Russi Taylor See more
29 October 1992 (USA)
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Black and White
(segment "King Homer")| Color
(segments "Wrap-around", "Clown Without Pity" and "Dial Z for Zombie")| Color
Aspect Ratio: 1.33 : 1
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