Treehouse of Horror VI
Season
7
Production Code
3F04
Episode Number
0
Airdate
27 October 1995
Writer
Scary John Swartzwelder
Steve Tombkins
(Square Root of) David X. Cohen.
Director
Bedlam Bob Anderson
Executive Producer
The Late Bill Oakley
The Estate of Josh Weinstein
DVD Commentary
Matt Groening
Bill Oakley
Josh Weinstein
David X. Cohen
Bob Anderson
David Silverman
Editor
Gary M. Gadsdon
Plot ATTACK OF THE 50FT EYESORES: When Homer steals Lardlad's donut, lightning strikes and he comes to live along with all of the other advertising mascots. The go on a rampage across Springfield. The only thing that can stop them is a jingle sung by Paul Anka and Lisa Simpson.

NIGHTMARE ON EVERGREEN TERRACE: When Martin dies in class, Marge tells Bart and Lisa of a story where Groundskeeper Willie vows revenge in the kids' dreams, Bart and Lisa agree to challenge Willie to a final show down. Bart starts the initial battle alone, dozing off into a post apocalyptic world, he manages to trap Willie in Quick-Sand, but Willie recovers, Lisa tries to come to his aid, but fails, Willie as a Spider-Bag-pipe creature, threatens to kill Bart and Lisa, but out of nothing, Maggie clogs Willies pipe with her pacifier, thus killing Willie. The three are returned to reality.
 
HOMER3: To avoid doing stuff with Patty and Selma, Homer discovers a mystery wall and runs through, into a 3D world. When Homer realizes that he's trapped, he calls on Marge for help, accidentally, he throws a cone into the ground and it creates a black hole. Bart ties a rope around him and runs into the 3D world. Homer jumps into the black hole just as the world implodes. Homer is then transformed into our world. But it seems to be a positive change for him.
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