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The introductory sequence where Marge states that the episode cannot be aired and plays a live-action recording stemmed from David Mirkin’s anger with the U.S. Congress complaining about the amount of violence presented in the show and their attempts to censor it. Because of this, Mirkin attempted to put “more blood and guts” into the episode, calling it “the most disturbing Halloween special ever made” and also believed that “Halloween specials should be as scary as they are funny.” The opening sequence’s tombstone with the phrase “Amusing Tombstones” was included because the writers had grown tired of coming up with ideas for funny tombstones that were seen as “amusing tombstones”.
The tombstone in the opening sequence with the phrase “Amusing Tombstones” was included because the writers had grown tired of thinking up ideas for funny tombstones that were seen in the first four episodes of Treehouse of Horror and have not been used since. The team also eliminated the intermission segments that were during the previous specials to buy more story time. The team also eliminated the intermission segments that were during the previous specials to buy more time for the stories.
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All of them feature the aliens Kang and Kodos and usually parody movies, books or horror or science fiction series. Many of these episodes are included in the lists of the best episodes in the history of The Simpsons, for their creativity or for some moments that remain engraved in the viewer’s memory. Their opening scenes are also different and special, creating a different atmosphere from the beginning in these Treehouse of Horror, which is how these Simpsons Halloween specials are called. We review them all.
This is the first Simpsons Halloween special and one of the best and most remembered. It opens with Marge warning the viewer that what they are going to see next are horror stories. The first of the three acts deals with a haunted house that the Simpsons move into. The house tries to kick them out with blood on the walls and a voice inviting them to leave. In the end, it is the house itself that decides to self-destruct before living with the yellow family. In the second act, Kang and Kodos welcome The Simpsons as guests and invite them to a banquet. The third act, and probably the most memorable, is a parody of Edgar Allan Poe’s short story, The Raven.
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“Treehouse of Horror V” es el sexto episodio de la sexta temporada de la serie de televisión animada estadounidense Los Simpson, y el quinto episodio de la serie Treehouse of Horror. Se emitió originalmente en la cadena Fox en Estados Unidos el 30 de octubre de 1994, y presenta tres historias cortas tituladas The Shinning, Time and Punishment y Nightmare Cafeteria.
En The Shinning, una parodia de El Resplandor, los Simpson son contratados como cuidadores en la mansión del Sr. Burns. Privado de televisión y cerveza, Homer se vuelve loco e intenta asesinar a la familia. En Tiempo y castigo, Homer viaja repetidamente al pasado y altera el futuro. En “Nightmare Cafeteria”, el director Skinner empieza a utilizar a los estudiantes detenidos como comida para la cafetería. El episodio tiene un gag en el que el jardinero Willie trata de ayudar pero es apuñalado por la espalda con un hacha, matándolo. Este es el primer episodio de Treehouse of Horror que no presenta un segmento envolvente.
David Mirkin colocó deliberadamente más violencia gráfica en el episodio debido a las quejas sobre el exceso de violencia en el programa. El episodio cuenta con James Earl Jones como la voz de una Maggie de una línea temporal alternativa. El episodio fue aclamado por la crítica, siendo el segmento The Shinning el que recibió más elogios.
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Homer pretends to fix the toaster, but what he does is unintentionally turn it into a time machine that makes him go back in time. Knowing that the slightest change can lead him to a totally different present than the one he knows, Homer tries not to touch anything, but… he doesn’t succeed.