No Beer and No TV Make Homer Something Something : Inspired by The Simpsons

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“Treehouse of Horror V is an Anthology episode that features mini-stories. “The Shinning” is a parody of The Shining where the Simpsons become the winter caretakers of Mr. Burns’ mountain lodge and Homer goes insane and tries to murder the family.

In “Time and Punishment”, Homer repeatedly travels back in time and alters the future. He tries to change things back, but fails and settles for a reality close to his own.

In “Nightmare Cafeteria”, Principal Skinner begins using detention students as cafeteria food. When Bart and Lisa are about to be slaughtered, Bart wakes up and realizes it is a dream. But immediately afterward, in the closing sequence, he and the family are attacked by fog that turns people inside out.”

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Me Fail English? : Inspired by The Simpsons

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“Ralph, you’re failing English.”

―Principal Skinner

“Me fail English? That’s unpossible.”

―Ralph Wiggum

“Lisa on Ice” is the eighth episode of Season 6 of The Simpsons

Lisa is failing gym. To make up the grade, she joins a pee-wee hockey league. Soon, her team must face off against Bart’s, putting them in direct competition.

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Die Bart Die : Inspired by The Simpsons

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“Cape Feare” is the second episode in the fifth season of the American animated television series The Simpsons. It originally aired on the Fox network in the United States on October 7, 1993, and has since been featured on DVD and VHS releases. Written by Jon Vitti and directed by Rich Moore, “Cape Feare” features the return of guest star Kelsey Grammer as Sideshow Bob, who tries to kill Bart Simpson after getting out of jail.

“Cape Feare” is a spoof of the 1962 film Cape Fear and its 1991 remake (which in turn are both based on John D. MacDonald’s 1957 novel The Executioners), and alludes to other horror films such as Psycho.

In one such sequence, Sideshow Bob continually steps on rakes, the handles of which then hit him in the face; this scene became one of the show’s most memorable moments. The episode is generally considered one of the best of the entire series, and the score received an Emmy Award nomination.

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