History YMMV / TreehouseOfHorror

11th Dec '17 2:27:02 AM Erin582
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* HarsherInHindsight: ''Treehouse of Horror XIX'' features Homer killing celebrities for commercial rights, among which include Neil Armstrong and Prince. This is hard to watch since both of them are now dead. This is made all the worse with the ''Treehouse of Horror XXV'' intro for the latter where he and numerous other celebrities are invited "Special Guests" [[NauseaFuel...as mutilated corpses spelling out the title card.]]

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* HarsherInHindsight: ''Treehouse of Horror XIX'' features Homer killing celebrities for commercial rights, among which include Neil Armstrong and Prince. This is hard to watch since both of them are now dead. This is made all the worse with the ''Treehouse of Horror XXV'' intro for the latter where he and appears again along with numerous other celebrities that are invited "Special Guests" [[NauseaFuel...Guests"...[[NauseaFuel as mutilated corpses spelling out the title card.]]
11th Dec '17 2:21:48 AM Erin582
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* CreatorsPet: Lisa. Granted, she doesn't get off the hook ALL the time, but you may have noticed that throughout all of the murders, mutations, and what have you that happens in ''Treehouse of Horror'', Lisa tends to comes out unscathed, or at the very least isn't affected as bad as the other characters. Of course, the creators admitted that they like Lisa, so that figures.

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* CreatorsPet: Lisa. Granted, she doesn't get off the hook ALL the time, but you may have noticed that throughout all of the murders, mutations, and what have you that happens in ''Treehouse of Horror'', Lisa tends to comes out unscathed, or at the very least isn't affected as bad as the other characters.characters (a prime example being the ''Treehouse of Horror XI'' intro where the family portrays ''Series/TheMunsters'' and whereas the rest of her family, including Bart, are all brutally slain, she walked away completely unharmed). Of course, the creators admitted that they like Lisa, so that figures.



* HarsherInHindsight: ''Treehouse of Horror XIX'' features Homer killing celebrities for commercial rights, among which include Neil Armstrong and Prince. This is hard to watch since both of them are now dead.

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* HarsherInHindsight: ''Treehouse of Horror XIX'' features Homer killing celebrities for commercial rights, among which include Neil Armstrong and Prince. This is hard to watch since both of them are now dead. This is made all the worse with the ''Treehouse of Horror XXV'' intro for the latter where he and numerous other celebrities are invited "Special Guests" [[NauseaFuel...as mutilated corpses spelling out the title card.]]
9th Nov '17 9:45:09 AM Wingnut
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* CreatorsPet: Lisa. Granted, she doesn't get off the hook ALL the time, but you may have noticed that throughout all of the murders, mutations, and what have you that happens in ''Treehouse of Horror'', Lisa tends to comes out unscathed, or at the very least isn't affected as bad as the other characters. Of course, the creators admitted that they like Lisa, so that figures.
14th Jul '17 1:21:09 AM Cyborg_Zombie
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* {{Anvilicious}}: The ending to "The Day the Earth Stood Stupid." It was originally going to be even more so, [[ViewersAreMorons with Kang outright comparing the situation to the Iraq War]].


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* ShallowParody: Has become increasingly common over time.
28th Nov '16 4:36:11 PM crl85
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** The redone Gracie Films logo. While the pipe organ version of the logo's jingle actually sounds badass, the woman's scream that accompanies it is '''''bone-chilling'''''.
25th Oct '16 6:31:59 PM Erin582
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* MostWonderfulSound: The familiar ScareChord from the [=THOH=] [[https://youtu.be/I1MLQ2WlAKg promos on Fox]], which have been included in the promos since the early 90s.

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* MostWonderfulSound: The familiar ScareChord from the [=THOH=] [[https://youtu.be/I1MLQ2WlAKg promos on Fox]], which have been included in the promos since the early 90s. [[https://youtu.be/XyZk-9d2Vao early]] [[https://youtu.be/LUGX_yJGKpo 90s.]]
20th Sep '16 6:34:36 PM nombretomado
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** In one episode, Snowball 2 is brought back to life with occult. In the recent ArchieComics miniseries, Afterlife With Archie, an attempt to bring back Hot Dog starts up the zombie apocalypse.

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** In one episode, Snowball 2 is brought back to life with occult. In the recent ArchieComics a later Franchise/ArchieComics miniseries, Afterlife With Archie, an attempt to bring back Hot Dog starts up the zombie apocalypse.
8th Sep '16 7:26:06 AM JamesAustin
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** In the ''Treehouse of Horror X'' short, 'Life's a Glitch; Then You Die', a virus (in this case, the fabled Y2K Bug) causes chaos around all around the world upon computers, and computer-controlled devices starting from Homer's computer, [[spoiler: leading into the apocalypse.]] Around 10 years later, ''[[Anime/SummerWars Summer Wars]]'' would also have it's plot kick off by some guy's computer device accidentally triggering a virus, and causing havoc to devices around the world. [[spoiler: But the big difference here is that Kenji never unleashed it (he just got one letter off, and by being the first to respond, he was framed), it was Wabisuke's doing, and it doesn't end on the apocalypse.]]

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** In the ''Treehouse of Horror X'' short, 'Life's a Glitch; Then You Die', a virus (in this case, the fabled Y2K Bug) causes chaos around all around the world upon computers, and computer-controlled devices starting from Homer's computer, [[spoiler: leading into the apocalypse.]] Around 10 years later, ''[[Anime/SummerWars Summer Wars]]'' ''Anime/SummerWars'' would also have it's plot kick off by some guy's computer device accidentally triggering a virus, and causing havoc to devices around the world. [[spoiler: But the big difference here is that Kenji never unleashed it (he just got one letter off, and by being the first to respond, he was framed), it was Wabisuke's doing, and it doesn't end on the apocalypse.]]
8th Sep '16 7:12:03 AM 123456789
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* WereStillRelevantDammit: The post-SeasonalRot episodes ''stopped'' being scary and are instead just parodies of 'relatively new' movies and TV shows with BlackComedy.

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* WereStillRelevantDammit: The post-SeasonalRot episodes ''stopped'' being scary and are instead just parodies of 'relatively new' movies and TV shows with BlackComedy.BlackComedy (See WSRD on the main show's YMMV page).
5th Sep '16 12:49:51 PM Premonition45
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* CrossesTheLineTwice:
** All of Groundskeeper Willie's deaths in "Treehouse of Horror V".
** In "Hell Toupee" from "Treehouse of Horror IX", [[FaceHugger Snake's hair smothers Bart's face]], and Homer immediately begins punching Bart's head.
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