What was your favorite 'Simpsons' Treehouse of Horrors segment?

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    What was your favorite 'Simpsons' Treehouse of Horrors segment?

    'The Simpsons' just wowed with their 24th Treehouse of Horror episode and its Guillermo Del Toro-directed intro. We ranked our 15 favorite moments from their annual Halloween episode. But we want to get your take. Out of all the hilarious vignettes, from "Hungry are the Damned" to "It's the Grand Pumpkin, Milhouse" how would you rank 24 seasons worth of hilarity?

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    Re: What was your favorite 'Simpsons' Treehouse of Horrors segment?

    My favorites were Ths Shinning, Time and Punishment, and Nightmare Cafeteria. A few favorite quotes/moments:

    1. From King Homer: The island chief is addressing the tribe, with subtitles translating his speech. He starts by animatedly saying "Mosi Tatupu! Mooossi Tatupu!!!" Perfect New England quote.

    2. From Time and Punishment: When Homer finally finds the perfect family, they are sitting at the kitchen table and Homer asks Marge "Please pass the donuts". Marge replies "What's a donut?" After Homer flees the room screaming Marge gazes out the window and says "Look it's raining again" as it rains donuts outside.

    3. From Nightmare Cafeteria: Principal Skinner says "Now to check on the free range children".

    4. From The Devil and Homer Simpson: Homer repeatedly says "More!" as the devil attempts to torture him by feeding him an endless stream of donuts.

     
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    Re: What was your favorite 'Simpsons' Treehouse of Horrors segment?

    One of my favorites was from the last good season (Season XII) before the SImpsons sadly jumped the shark: "Hex and The City" -the episode where a gypsy lays a curse on Homer (and all the people he loves). It ends up only affecting Marge (who grows a long beard), Bart (who ends up with a rubber, streched out neck) and Lisa (who became a half horse).

     

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