Nightmare On Evergreen Terrace
Treehouse of Horror VI
Yet another parody, this segment spoofs one of the most popular horror movies of all time, Nightmare On Elm Street. Bart has a nightmare that Groundskeeper Willie tries to kill him with a rake. He realizes it was just a dream, but discovers scratch marks on his body. Other children report experiencing similar attacks, and Marge tells Bart and Lisa what happened. Due once again to Homer's bumbling ways, Willie is burned alive and warns all the children's parents that he will come back and attack them in their dreams.
Willie manages to kill Martin, one of Bart's classmates, and Bart decides to confront Willie in his dream and tells Lisa to wake him up if things look bad. Bart is beset by a bagpipe/spider hybrid version of Willie, and just before Willie can kill him Lisa appears (she fell asleep too). Maggie ends up saving the day by plugging one of the bagpipes with her pacifier, causing Willie to explode.
The next day Bart and Lisa worry that maybe Willie is still out somewhere waiting for them, when a bus drops Willie off in front of them. He pathetically attempts to scare them, but then chases after the bus because he left his gun on it.
*Homer looks at a thermostat with a note next to it that says "Don't Touch - Willie"*
Homer: Don't touch Willie. Good advice.
Best Scene: Willie (who is on fire) bursts into a PTA meeting. He is told not to interrupt so he sits down in a chair (while still aflame) while the parents talk about cafeteria meals.
Dial “Z” for Zombies
Treehouse of Horror III
Return of the Living Dead, Simpsons style. Even goofier than the movie itself, Bart attempts to resurrect Lisa’s deceased kitten, Snowball 1 by stating random words. Instead, he raises the dead. Surviving through a day, the Simpsons family makes it back to the Occult Section the school library to cast another spell from the book Bart used to summon initially summon the Zombies, this time to bring peace to the living dead.
Bart: Dad, you killed zombie Flanders!
Homer: He was a zombie?
Best Scene: Homer attempts to sacrifice himself only to be insulted that the zombies cannot find any brains in his head and they instead walk away screaming "Brains!"
Time And Punishment
Treehouse of Horror V
Taking its premise from A Sound Of Thunder, this segment details Homer's journey back through time after he "fixes" the toaster. When he causes something different to happen in the past (such as killing a mosquito) it completely changes the future in several ways, including a reality where Bart and Lisa are giant, and even one where Ned Flanders is the ruler of the world.
He goes back and forth several times before finally attacking everything he can in the past, and when he returns home questions Marge about what color the sky is, his name, etc. Satisfied with her answers, they all sit down to breakfast but the rest of the family starts eating with long lizard tongues. Homer decides it's close enough.
Best Quote (Matt):
Groundskeeper Willie: Homer I can help you, you just have to -
*He falls over with an axe sticking out of his back, and Maggie standing behind him*
Maggie: (in James Earl Jones' voice) This is indeed a disturbing universe.
Best Quote (Josh):
Bart: Don't you remember Dad? Flanders is the unquestioned lord and master of the world. Homer: D'oh!
Best Scene (Matt): One of the parallel universes features the Simpsons as a wealthy family, and at first it seems like Homer's dream come true (Bart is well-mannered, Patty and Selma are dead, etc.) However, when Homer asks Marge for a donut she asks what a donut is, and Homer runs screaming back down to the basement and activates the toaster again. Suddenly, lightning strikes and donuts begin falling from the sky. Marge says "Oh. It's raining again."
Best Scene (Josh):
Homer is transported back in time to the age of dinosaurs, again. A T-Rex walks up to him, frightening Homer. All of the sudden, Homer sneezes right into the T-Rex's face, killing it. But, before it dies, the T-Rex sneezes which infects one dinosaur after another which leads to what appears the extinction of the dinosaurs. Homer, seeing all this happen says "This is gonna cost me".