Treehouse of Horror IX
Production Code
Episode Number
24 October 1998
Donick Cary
Larry Doyle
David X. Cohen
Steven Dean Moore
Executive Producer
Mike Scully
DVD Commentary
Matt Groening
Mike Scully
George Meyer
Ron Hauge
David X. Cohen
Steven Dean Moore
Donick Cary
Gary M. Gadsdon
Plot HELL TOUPEE: When Snake is caught smoking in the Kwik-E-Mart, he is sentenced to death and vows revenge on Apu, Moe and Bart. After his body is sent to the hospital for organ donating, his hair is transplanted to Homer. During the night, Homer wakes up and kills Apu, under the influence of Snake's hair. The following morning, he kills Moe. When Homer tries to kill Bart, Homer manages to get a hold of his body and pull off Snake's hair, the police storm the house and kill off Snake's hair.

THE TERROR OF TINY TOON: Marge forbids Bart and Lisa from watching an Itchy and Scratchy Halloween Special, and takes the batteries. Bart finds some Plutonium in Homer's Toolbox and crams it into the remote. When he uses it, it beams Bart and Lisa into Itchy and Scratchy, where when they laugh at it, Itchy and Scratchy team up to kill Bart and Lisa. As Homer watches, just before Bart and Lisa fall into a field of electrified bear traps, he changes the channel, Bart and Lisa get Homer's attention and he beams them out, soon after Itchy and Scratchy break out of the TV, Itchy is put into a hamster cage by Homer, while Scratchy falls in love with Snowball II.

STARSHIP POOPERS: As Maggie's first tooth comes through, it's a long white fang, and her legs drop off and replaced by tentacles. Soon Kang and Kodos arrive at their door to take Maggie away to Rigel 7, with Kang claiming to be her father. They go on the Jerry Springer show (voiced by himself), but that doesn't sort the problem out. Since Homer and Marge refuse to hand Maggie over, they plan to destroy all the politicians in Washington.
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