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The [[HalloweenCosplay characters are costumed]], their houses are decked out haunted mansion style, they tell spooky stories, and weird (or weirder than usual) things abound! It's the yearly [[AllHallowsEve Halloween]] Episode!

Probably the most well known of these are ''WesternAnimation/TheSimpsons'' "TreehouseOfHorror" episodes, but most American kids' and genre shows have them. While neither [[SantaClausmas Samhain nor All Saints Eve]] is ever mentioned, the similarly themed (but more upbeat) Dia de los Muertos (Nov 1-2) might be if the characters are on a visit to Mexico.

If it's ''too'' scary (or rather, too ''successful''), this may result in NightmareFuel. Often a BizarroEpisode as well. Either way, coming across a Halloween episode of a show you watch in syndication is often an unexpected treat.

If the cast ends up in Halloween costumes, expect at least some of them to be a ShoutOut or even the occasional ActorAllusion.

There's a subversion/reversal on supernatural-oriented series where Halloween is ''literally'' a holiday for supernatural beings, and they all stay home. (Some FridgeLogic here because this assumes that terrorizing the populace is a ''job'' for supernatural creatures, rather than leisure activity.)

See also HalloweenSpecial.

For other holidays see ChristmasEpisode, ThanksgivingEpisode and ValentinesDayEpisode.
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[[folder:{{Anime}} and {{Manga}}]]
* ''OuranHighSchoolHostClub'' has a Halloween episode with a {{Kimodameshi}} competition. It also gives the cast the opportunity to remark on how Renge dresses up in costumes even when it's ''not'' Halloween.
* ''KeroroGunsou'' had a Halloween episode where a mysterious girl who had apparently been adopted by a demon-like alien kidnapped Fuyuki.
* ''AxisPowersHetalia'' has two Halloween strips. One of which involves America and England trying to outscare each other (a long running competition between the two). Hetalia also recently featured a Halloween Special Episode which also included France harassing a young woman and resulting in a trip to jail. ([[spoiler: Surprisingly he didn't seem to mind that he had been detained and questioned by the police]])
** There was also [[Manga/{{Hetaween 2011}} a bigger one]] 2011, involving a party and costume contest.
* ''SuitePrettyCure'' has a Halloween episode. Unlike a lot of examples, it actually plays into the plot somewhat: It's the first episode after a major WhamEpisode involving [[spoiler: a change in villain management.]]
* ''LightNovel/DirtyPair'' OAV episode 2 took place on Halloween. The plot involved a search for an escaped stolen combat robot, made more difficult by the camouflage provided by the many costumed people in town that day, and a fireworks display at midnight [[spoiler:during which the robot begins shooting missiles (which some bystanders assume are AllPartOfTheShow), and Yuri and Kei destroy the robot with the fireworks after their usual weapons aren't enough.]]
* The CowboyBebop movie takes place on Halloween.
* ''Manga/{{Bleach}}'' has a Halloween Episode as a {{Filler}}. It turns out that the events were [[spoiler:just dreamed by Sajin Komamura.]]
* ''[[{{Franchise/Anpanman}} Sorieke! Anpanman]]'' has a few Halloween episodes over the series' run. These episodes feature Halloweenman, a pumpkin-headed ghost who represents the holiday.
* ''Anime/GirlsUndPanzer'' had a single snapshot of the student council in costume for Halloween in episode 8.
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[[folder:Fan Fic]]
* ScriptFic ''Fanfic/CalvinAndHobbesTheSeries'' has had several: "Home Un-Alone", "Full Moon: Full Baloney!", "The Great Halloween Heist", "Pranking the Ghosts"...
* TheAdventuresOfIrvingAndFriends had "The Grim Albert" and "[[Series/TheTwilightZone The Irving Zone]]".
* ''FanFic/QueenOfAllOni'' has chapter 12, loosely based on the [[WesternAnimation/JackieChanAdventures show's]] fourth season Halloween episode (though [[AlternateUniverse obviously]] with [[ForWantOfANail differences]]).
* ''Fanfic/GoJyuSentaiGigaranger'' has a chapter titled Time and Punishment, which is the [[Recap/TheSimpsonsS6E6TreehouseOfHorrorV Treehouse of Horror segment]] InNameOnly, as it starts out like it only to have Garzooka fail to prevent UsefulNotes/AbrahamLincoln's assassination.
* The ''FanFic/FacingTheFutureSeries'' has ''Royal Occupation''.
Gamma Cavy's paird post cannon fics''[[https://www.fanfiction.net/s/10002603/1/Bond-Snapshots-Daisuke Bond Snapshots: Daisuke]]'' and ''[[https://www.fanfiction.net/s/10077874/1/Bond-Snapshots-Satoshi Bond Snapshots: Satoshi]]'' have the costume party where the title characters go as themselvs and get lost of compliments on the reality of theri costumes.
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[[folder:Comics]]
* The classic ''ComicStrip/{{Peanuts}}'' Halloween tradition of Linus waiting for the Great Pumpkin, who rises out of the most sincere pumpkin patch and delivers toys to all good little children.
* ''ThePowerpuffGirls'' had two Halloween stories: "Trick Or Beatings" (issue #31) had the girls framed for Halloween pranks staged by the Gangreen Gang, and "Halloween Hiding" (issue #67) had the Gangreens hiding out from the girls at a Halloween dance party.
* ''LittleLulu'' comics had a few giant-size Halloween special issues, naturally with plenty of stories featuring Little Itch the witch.
* A 2012 issue of ComicBook/ActionComics had a Halloween story, featuring a Phantom Zone escapee trapping {{Superman}} in the Phantom Zone. In the New 52, Phantom Zone prisoners can walk in the real world but cannot be seen, heard or touched, making them closer to actual ghosts. For bonus points, the issue is number [[ThirteenIsUnlucky thirteen]].
* ''ComicBook/TheSmurfs'' story "Halloween" has the Smurfs and the Smurflings celebrating Halloween together, with the Smurflings paying a witch and Gargamel a visit by wearing pumpkins for masks and using lighted pumpkins to scare them.
* ''ComicStrip/{{Frazz}}'' has an annual tradition of Caulfield dressing up in a literature-themed costume for Halloween and challenging his teachers to guess his identity.
* One of the ''HsuAndChan'' comics that ran in ''Electronic Gaming Monthly'' had one of these in an October issue. The duo stage a haunted house attraction with a video game theme. Things go pretty normally until they reach a cemetery where obsolete video game systems are buried. Then the obsolete video game systems [[RiseFromYourGrave rise from their graves]] and send the brothers running.
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[[folder:Literature]]
* For the first four ''Literature/HarryPotter'' books, an important plot development happens on Halloween and is usually the focus of the chapter in which it occurs, so those chapters could be said to be "Halloween episodes" in a sense. The first of these chapters is actually titled "Halloween".
** And also, Harry's parents were killed on Halloween of 1981.
* No fewer than three ''Literature/TheDresdenFiles'' books have taken place on Halloween due to the date's supernatural significance. It also happens to be the title character's birthday.
** ''Literature/GravePeril'', where the dead are restless and Bianca holds a costume party to celebrate her promotion ([[spoiler: both of which are related, as she uses the party as both a play for power and an excuse to kill several of her enemies]]). Harry, of course, decides to show up to the party as [[ClassicalMovieVampire the cheesiest vampire possible]].
** ''Literature/DeadBeat'', wherein a whole bunch of necromancers descend on Chicago in a desperate attempt to claim godlike power.
** ''Literature/ColdDays'' reveals that Halloween is one of the few times when [[spoiler: it is possible to permanently kill an immortal being]], with the plot revolving around Harry attempting to do just that.
* {{Goosebumps}} had ''The Haunted Mask'' (along with its sequels) and ''Attack of the Jack o' Lanterns''. Series 2000 had ''Headless Halloween'', and Goosebumps Horrorland had ''Weirdo Halloween'' and ''The Five Masks of Dr Screem''.
%%* ''Literature/SporewikiFictionUniverse'' has Kol Daren's House of Horror.
* Creator/AgathaChristie's ''Hallowe'en Party'' has HerculePoirot solving the drowning of a teenage girl in an apple-bobbing tub at the titular party.
* The Literature/EightySeventhPrecinct novel ''Tricks'' takes place on Halloween night.
* The ''Literature/{{Relativity}}'' series has "Candy Corn." Unlike the other examples on this page, it's actually a comedy.
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[[folder:Live Action TV]]
* ''Series/TheBradyBunch'': "Fright Night," from Season 4, is all about ghosts and ghouls and the kids scaring each other. Originally aired in late October 1972, this episode is often rerun on Halloween.
* ''Series/TheDukesOfHazzard'': "The Ghost of the General Lee" and "The Hazzardgate Horror" are two supernatural-themed episodes that were originally aired around Halloween, and are often shown in reruns at that same time of the year.
* ''Series/EvenStevens'' had an episode where everyone starts acting weird after getting eye exams. Turns out Ren was brainwashing everyone and turning them into "Renplicates" (The plot is a little reminiscent of Invasion of the Body snatchers.) In the end Ren is unable to fully make Louis, the only one that she hasn't turned yet, into a Renplicate. This then cuts to Louis telling the story to Beans. Louis tries to convince him that this is not a story and actually happened despite things appearing as if none of the events ever happened.
* ''Series/SabrinaTheTeenageWitch'': Each season except the seventh has one.
** Season 1: Sabrina's cousin Amanda is introduced as she has to attend a family gathering and sends a double to Harvey's Halloween party.
** Season 2: Sabrina throws a Halloween party of her own with Other Realm termites in the house and talking furniture.
** Season 3: Sabrina's Great Aunt gives her a doll for a present that locks down the house and summons monsters to scare Sabrina and her friends
** Season 4: Sabrina gets attacked by zombies. Or so it seems. When they finally get to her, all they do is dance to the tune of ''Larger Than Life'' (in what is obviously a parody/reference to MichaelJackson's ''Thriller'' music video).
** Season 5: She throws another party only this time without her aunts' permission and it involves Roxie falling for Frankenstein
** Season 6: Sabrina and her friends end up living a who dunnit murder game
* ''Series/{{Goosebumps}}'': The afromentioned orginal series books were adapted into TV Episodes
* ''Series/{{Bewitched}}'', unsurprisingly, had several of these.
* ''Series/{{Roseanne}}'' did one of these every year the show was on the air.
** one even had Roseanne [[YetAnotherChristmasCarol being visited by the ghosts of Halloween past, present, and future to teach her the true meaning of Halloween.]]
* ''Series/NightCourt'' had several Halloween episodes, including one where resident JerkAss Dan cheerfully "sells his soul" to a man in a devil costume, who then reveals a worrying amount of detailed knowledge about Dan's life and crimes. It turns out [[spoiler: it's an elaborate practical joke.]]
** There's also one where Harry has a defendant locked up for contempt after he claims to be Death... and people mysteriously [[DeathTakesAHoliday stop dying]].
* ''Series/HomeImprovement'' did tons, maybe one every single year, often involving the Taylors throwing a Halloween party, Tim inventing new extra-spooky Halloween decorations, impromptu scary prank competions, etc. Highlights of the series.
* ''Series/{{Newhart}}'' had a Halloween episode in which all the residents of Stratford (except Dick Loudon, [[OnlySaneMan natch]]) become convinced that an [[Literature/TheWarOfTheWorlds alien invasion]] is imminent.
* Even ''Series/{{MASH}}'' was able to take time out from the ordinary horrors of war to indulge in some Halloween tomfoolery. In the episode "Trick or Treatment", the staff share ghost stories, unaware that an apparently dead soldier outside is actually clinging to life. Fortunately, Father Mulcahy realizes the mistake just in time and the soldier is rushed into surgery to save him.
* The ''Series/{{Benson}}'' episode "The Stranger" has the governor's mansion visited by a "Mr. G. Reaper" on a stormy Halloween night.
* ''Series/FreaksAndGeeks'' managed to squeeze one of these into its short run.
* ''Series/TheVampireDiaries'' episode "Haunted".
* ''Series/WhatILikeAboutYou'' did two, one in each of its third and fourth seasons. Interestingly, in the third season, only Holly's circle dressed up, while in the fourth, only Val's circle did.
* ''Series/{{Chuck}}'' did a Halloween episode ("Chuck vs. The Sandworm") that among other things featured Halloween decorations, a Halloween party (with Chuck & Morgan going as a sandworm from Dune), and Morgan's new clothes style being mistaken for a Gordon Gekko outfit.
* ''Series/ThePretender'' had an episode where Jarod discovered Halloween. At the end of the episode, he goes trick-or-treating dressed as the scariest thing he knows: [[spoiler: Mr. Raines]].
* ''Series/LizzieMcGuire'' had one where [[AlphaBitch Kate]] took control of organising a Halloween dance and insulted Miranda's Day of the Dead traditions, kicking off a plot where evil spirits decided to punish them for it [[spoiler: but of course it turns out to be a prank to get back at Kate with Miranda's parents in costume]].
* Halloween episodes tend to be rare in British series as the occasion is less of a big deal in the United Kingdom, but ''Series/MyFamily'' (often cited as an "American-''style''" sitcom) did have one - which, for no apparent reason, was released in March.
** BritishBrevity? Just a guess, but it probably finished it's season in April and didn't return again until January, therefore there wouldn't have been much choice.
* ''Series/{{QI}}'' has had three: the series D episode "Death", the series G episode "Gothic" and the series H episode "Horrible".
* Halloween being a holiday for the supernatural doesn't necessarily make things any easier for [[Series/BuffyTheVampireSlayer the Scoobies]].
** Season 2 had "Halloween", where the trick-or-treaters in Sunnydale are subjected to a literal case of BecomingTheCostume thanks to Giles's former friend, Ethan Rayne. This unfortunately includes Buffy, who chose to dress up as an 18th century lady in an effort to impress Angel, and becomes a DistressedDamsel for the duration of the spell. And just when you think things couldn't get any worse, Spike finds out about Ethan's antics through Drusilla, and comes pretty close to offing Buffy.
** Season 4 had "[[Recap/BuffyTheVampireSlayerS4E4FearItself Fear, Itself]]", where someone getting blood on a supposedly fake mystical symbol makes the college HauntedHouse significantly more lethal, subjecting Xander, Willow, Oz, and Buffy to their current fears. Xander gets rendered invisible to the others (being left behind while the others are at college), a simple tracking spell of Willow's gets ''way'' out of hand (getting too far out of her league with the magicks), Oz transforms and accidentally hurts Willow (losing control and hurting those he loves), and Buffy gets stuck fighting a bunch of zombies by herself (being abandoned by those she loves and being alone because she is the Slayer). Also memorable for introducing Anya's fear of bunnies, [[Awesome/BuffyTheVampireSlayer Giles making a door with a chainsaw]], and [[spoiler:the five inches tall Gachnar]].
** Season 6 had "All the Way", where Dawn sneaks out to raise hell with her friend Janice and a couple boys, only to discover they're part of a group of vampires trying to rebel against the "Halloween holiday" spirit. Also provides setup for some of the events in "[[Recap/BuffyTheVampireSlayerS6E7OnceMoreWithFeeling Once More, With Feeling]]". (Willow using a spell on Tara, Xander and Anya's engagement, Giles's fear that Buffy isn't taking responsibility because of him)
* ''Series/QuantumLeap'' had a surprisingly spooky MindScrew of a Halloween Episode. Sam jumps into a horror novelist living in Maine (who is totally not [[Creator/StephenKing anyone in particular]]) to whom really strange and creepy things are happening. Sam is seeing things nobody else does, people are dropping like flies, Al is behaving weirdly and Ziggy can't tell anyone anything. Then things get downright scary and Al goes from just acting strange to flat out evil. [[spoiler: After he finally jumps again, Al appears and tells Sam that Ziggy hasn't been able to find or reach Sam since before his last jump and Al hasn't seen him since then either.]] [[note]]The episode has another layer of infamy add to it. From the very first time it aired back in 1990, weird events have been associated with this episode. This episode has the highest incidence of VCR / cable / local station failure than any other episode aired. There have been numerous reports of VCR?s cutting out during the taping of this episode, local station and cable companies dropping their signal. Even mentioning it by name is hazardous, as one net. Leaper can attest. He lost his job AND his net - hence QL fans usually refer to it as "The Halloween Episode" or "The B**giem*n".[[/note]]
* ''Series/PushingDaisies'' did a Halloween episode in their first season. The plot centered around the cast trying to track down a "ghost", and actually aired on October 31st. The second season episode didn't fall on the same date and wasn't about Halloween, but the show still managed to put its cast in costumes that week.
* ''Series/{{Angel}}'' had a company Halloween party for the evil supernatural law firm, analogous to a company Christmas party.
* On ''Series/{{Reaper}}'', the office that takes back captured souls is closed for the holiday. Also, the Devil ''hates'' Halloween because it's too commercialized and has become the one day when people ''don't'' believe in him.
* ''Series/{{Friends}}'' had a Halloween party featuring Chandler & Ross in the lamest arm wrestling match ever.
* ''Series/That70sShow'''s Halloween episode was an Creator/AlfredHitchcock homage.
** They had another where the gang visits their old and run-down elementary school, with Fez dressed as none other then 1960's Batman.
* ''Series/{{The Office|US}}'' (NBC series) has had three episodes set on Halloween. The first episode had Michael having to fire an employee (he had waited until Halloween because firing employee is a scary thought for him). The second had Dwight, Kevin and Creed [[ItsBeenDone all dressed as Heath Ledger's version of The Joker]]. The third had everybody competing in a costume contest to win a coupon book.
* ''Series/GhostWhisperer'''s Halloween episode has Melinda investigating a headless horseman.
* In the ''Series/{{Bones}}'' episode "Mummy in the Maze," Brennan, Booth, and [[TheLabRat "Squints"]] work to solve the murder of a girl left in a Halloween maze while getting ready for a Halloween party. Costumes include the captain of the Titanic, a cow (well, the back end of one), Comicbook/{{Catwoman}}, and Cher. Brennan and Booth end up catching the bad guy while dressed as WonderWoman and a Squint, respectively.
* ''Series/{{Supernatural}}'' has "It's the Great Pumpkin, Sam Winchester." A man dies from eating [[RazorApples candy filled with razor blades]], a girl drowns in boiling water while bobbing for apples, and the brothers attempt to stop two witches from raising the demon Samhain before [[OurAngelsAreDifferent Castiel and Uriel]] destroy the town.
* ''Series/UltramanTiga'' episode 8, "Halloween Night". This is a typical Halloween episode, with cast in costumes, kids trick-or-treating, and a Halloween-themed enemy, except that the series is from Japan, where Halloween was rarely celebrated. The episode specifically mentions that the town in question celebrates it and that it may someday be celebrated all over Japan. They turned out to be correct; the popularity of Halloween in Japan has drastically increased since the time period.
* ''Series/{{NCIS}}'' had three: "Witch Hunt", "Murder 2.0", and "Code of Conduct" in that order.
* On ''Series/{{Castle}}'', Rick Castle dresses up as [[{{Firefly}} Mal Reynolds]] during his Halloween episode. His daughter tells him that it's [[ActorAllusion been five years and he should just get it over it]]. In the same episode, the BodyOfTheWeek is found in a graveyard with a stake through his heart.
* ''Series/TalesFromTheDarkside'' of course had a few usually involving some miser trying to ruin the Holiday for everyone. One ep focused on a debt collector who made a tradition of running a spooky house (basically just things rigged to scare people) and having those that owe him money have their kids go inside and search for the receipts. If they found it, the debts would be cleared. Course the collecter would do his best to scare the kids away before they could. However one particular Halloween, real monsters come to pay a visit and well..you can imagine what happens.
* ''Series/CriminalMinds''
** The episode "About Face" is set around Halloween, and featured a villain who killed his victims by cutting their faces off, after terrorizing them a bit with missing persons flyers with their image on them that he'd cover the inside and outside of their houses with.
** "Devil's Night" has [[PyroManiac a serial arsonist]] who always strikes during Halloween festivities.
* ''Series/{{Reba}}'' has one, in which Reba attempted to pull pranks on her family and to get her youngest child to get into the spirit of scaring people on the holiday.
* There are two Halloween episodes in ''Series/{{Charmed}}'', the first being "All Halliwell's Eve" in season 3 where the sisters get sent back in time to colonial Virginia. Contains three {{Shout Out}}s as Phoebe dresses up as Elvira and Piper dresses up as Glinda. Phoebe also cackles while riding a broomstick. Another episode in season 8, "Kill Billie Vol. 1", is set on Halloween but has a separate plot entirely.
* ''Series/AreYouAfraidOfTheDark'' has "The Tale of the Twisted Claw" which featured two boys trick-or-treating at the house of a witch who gives them a magical claw that grants wishes.
* The ''Series/MightyMorphinPowerRangers'' fought the Halloween MonstersOfTheWeek [[http://powerrangers.wikia.com/wiki/Frankenstein_monster Frankenstein monster]] in "Life's A Masquerade" and the [[http://powerrangers.wikia.com/wiki/Mighty_Morphin_1_Monsters#Pumpkin_Rapper Pumpkin Rapper]] in "Trick or Treat" in season one. In the next season, [[BigBad Lord Zedd]] traps Tommy in a dimension with several monsters in ''Zedd's Monster Mash''.
** In ''Series/PowerRangersZeo'', the episode "It Came From Angel Grove" featured the surprise return of Lord Zedd and Rita, as Adam awoke on Halloween to find his friends and the rest of the town (including Zordon) transformed into a Universal Horror parody of itself - [[spoiler:which in the end turns out to be AllJustADream.]]
** The ''Series/PowerRangersOperationOverdrive'' two-parter "Ronny on the Run" was set around Halloween, concluding with a costume party held at the mansion.
** ''Series/PowerRangersSamurai'' has "Party Monsters", an episode where all the previously slain monsters have a Halloween party in the afterlife, discussing their encounters with the Samurai Rangers and how they almost beat them. In short, it was just a ClipShow.
*** ''Samurai'' has now had a second: "Trickster Treat", which is not a clip show though it uses less original footage than "Party Monsters" did and that's not counting Sentai footage.
** ''Series/PowerRangersMegaforce'' has ''Raising Spirits'', another clip show where the group goes to a Halloween party. The monster of the week looks in his crystal ball to see the past of the five teenagers with attitude, but keeps seeing the Power Rangers defeating monsters, not realizing that they are one in the same. Also there was a Megaforce [[http://www.nick.com/videos/clip/power-rangers-megaforce-halloween-promo.html Halloween safety PSA]].
* In a season three episode of ''Series/VeronicaMars'', Logan and Veronica go to a Halloween party dressed as Jack and Meg White of the White Stripes. Their costumes, however, are pretty lame.
* The second season of ''Series/{{Glee}}'' had one of these, with a ''[[Film/TheRockyHorrorPictureShow Rocky Horror Picture Show]]'' theme.
* ''Series/TheBill'' had a Halloween episode with the cops on stake-out swapping ghost stories from their past careers, each of which [[MaybeMagicMaybeMundane could have had a rational explanation]], until [[AgentScully DS Stanton]] [[SkepticismFailure encountered a definite ghost]].
* ''Series/{{Community}}''
** Season 1 had Annie hosting a Dia Del Muertos party. Notable for Abed's Batman costume/voice.
** Season 2 had the dean getting [[TooDumbToLive biohazardous material from an army surplus store and thinking it was taco meat]], which started a zombie outbreak. Strangely for a show with no fantasy elements, they manages to handle the resolution in a way that leaves the episode entirely in continuity.
** Season 3 had Britta discover that one of the group displayed homicidal tendencies, and pressures the group into telling scary stories in an attempt to weed out the killer.
** Season 4 had the group visit Pierce's house, which he claimed to be haunted.
* ''Series/{{Scrubs}}'' had a minor one in Season Two. The main plot was about J.D.'s brother, but the B-story was that some of the staff were in costume, and Cox and Kelso's annoyance at "this, the mother of all non-holidays".
* ''Series/TwoGuysAGirlAndAPizzaPlace'' had three that really ran with the concept:
** "Two Guys, a Girl and a Psycho Halloween": A psycho killer that looks like Berg is killing off the main characters one-by-one. [[spoiler:Turns out to be [[TheDrewCareyShow Mimi]] in disguise, trying to get her own show... and all the pizza she can eat.]]
** "Halloween 2: Mind Over Body": A mad scientist switches Pete and Ashley's brains and then Berg and Sharon's. HilarityEnsues.
** "The Satanic Curses": Jealous of their status as TrueCompanions, Irene summons Satanic powers to curse Berg, Pete and Sharon. Berg becomes increasingly deformed, Pete grows Ashley's head on his shoulder and Sharon grows a penis.
* ''Series/UglyBetty'' had one in its first season, where Betty's idea of celebrating is to dress up as a butterfly for what is supposed to be a work party. At work, Betty shows up in her outfit... but discovers that there is no costume party (it looks like Marc made a series of prank e-mails).
* ''Series/NedsDeclassifiedSchoolSurvivalGuide'' had a two part Halloween episode, the first part dealt with the annual party at a jock's house. The second was a dream induced by a sugar crash in which Ned was a vampire who was having trouble passing his "turning into a bat" exam, Cookie was a werewolf looking for a transformation trigger to chase off Franken-Loomer, and Moze was a ghost looking to kill someone because she was the only ghost at school.
* ''Series/BoyMeetsWorld'' had one in season two where Cory thinks he's been bitten by a werewolf and one in season five where Jack dates a girl who claims to be a witch. Another episode, "Boys II Mensa" from season one, had a Halloween-themed B plot.
* In the ''Series/SmallWonder'' episode "Haunted House" (1987), the Lawsons think a ghost has invaded their house after the electricity goes out, so they call a pair of bungling ghost hunters named Dickens and Fenster. No one seems to be aware that an electrified Vicki is responsible.
* ''Series/HawaiiFiveO'' had one in the second season, "Ka Iwi Kapu." Five-0 investigates the murders of two college kids out [[FirstPersonCamera shooting video]] for a [[TheBlairWitchProject documentary]] on [[ArmyOfTheDead legendary Hawaiian ghost warriors]] in an [[AncientTomb ancient Hawaiian graveyard]] at [[TemptingFate midnight]] on [[AllHallowsEve Halloween]].
* The last episode of ''Series/DeadLikeMe'' which featured a SerialKiller.
* ''Series/{{Dinosaurs}}'' had an episode which originally aired on October 31 where Robbie, stuck home baby-sitting Baby, told a scary story about becoming a [[OurWerewolvesAreDifferent were-caveman]]. This scared Baby so much he was going to tell on Robbie unless he was given candy. Since there was none in the house Robbie took Baby next door to ask for some.
-->'''Neighbor:''' Is this some kind of trick?
-->'''Robbie:''' No, it's just a treat for the baby.
** They're so successful getting candy that they decide to do it every year.
* ''Series/StarTrekTheOriginalSeries'' episode "Catspaw". When Kirk, Spock and [=McCoy=] beam down to a planet they encounter witches, a wizard with a black cat familiar and a dungeon with HollywoodTorches and skeletons. Kirk says that it looks like someone is playing an elaborate trick or treat on them. The episode was first broadcast October 27, 1967.
* ''Series/TheMuppetShow'' did two Halloween-themed episodes: with VincentPrice in season one, and Music/AliceCooper in season three.
* ''Series/PunkyBrewster'' had a Halloween episode in season two. She was dressed as a 50s girl in a poodle skirt.
** The cartoon had the episode "Halloween Howlers." Glomer was turning everyone who didn't give him a treat into a jack o'lantern.
* While it did air 1 day before Halloween ''Series/MostExtremeEliminationChallenge'' pitted Real Monsters and Advertising Mascots against each other (At least on the Broadcast version).
* In the ''[[Series/BabylonFive Babylon 5]]'' episode "Day of the Dead", several of the main characters are visited by deceased associates on the Brakiri holiday of that name. It's [[MaybeMagicMaybeMundane left ambiguous]] whether or not this is a genuine supernatural phenomenon, an issue blurred further by the existence in this universe of telepathy (including [[LivingMemory residual mental "echoes"]]) and [[SoulJar techniques of storing and capturing people's essences]].
* ''Series/AmericanHorrorStoryMurderHouse'' had a two-part Halloween story, which is the only time the ghosts are allowed to walk outside the house.
** The second episode of ''Series/AmericanHorrorStoryAsylum'' is called "Tricks and Treats" , originally aired close to Halloween, and takes place on the night before Halloween, but whether Halloween is relevant to the episode is unclear; it might be the reason the kid who is brought into the asylum is possessed, but nothing confirms that.
* ''Series/BeautyAndTheBeast'' has an episode which showed Vincent able to walk among normal humans on Halloween, since in Greenwich Village, they think he is only another reveller in the annual Halloween parade.
* ''Series/SixHundredSixtySixParkAvenue'' has Episode 5, "A Crowd of Demons": The Dorans throw a costume party, which is crashed by both a ghost who tries to kill Jane, and someone with a grudge against Gavin.
* There are a number of episodes of ''Series/{{Frasier}}'' set at Halloween, usually focusing on the show's traditional madcap antics wrung though a themed costume party of some kind. A notable party at Niles' apartment where the guests all dress as classic literary characters centers around Roz being pregnant and many overheard conversations that lead to hilarious confusions about the situation.\\
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The episode "A Room Full of Heroes" sees Frasier holding a Halloween party where each partygoer comes as their personal "hero" (for instance, Martin comes as Joe [=DiMaggio=], Daphne as EltonJohn, Roz as WonderWoman and Niles as his father); Frasier himself dresses as UsefulNotes/SigmundFreud, and one of the main jokes revolves around all the children thinking he eats brains.
* ''Series/PrettyLittleLiars'': It's almost a ritual.
* ''Series/TheBigBangTheory'' had a couple of Halloween episodes. The first one had Penny hosting a Halloween party at her apartment and the four guys all dressed up as TheFlash and had to change their costumes. The second involved a Halloween party at the Comic Book Store that Raj helped Stuart, the owner, set up.
* ''Series/EverybodyLovesRaymond'' has the episode "Halloween Candy" where Ray buys a pack of condoms on Halloween so that he and Debra can have sex after they take the kids Trick or Treating. But when they come back, they discover that Frank accidentally gave them all out to the Trick or Treaters, thinking that they were chocolate coins.
* ''Series/XenaWarriorPrincess'' had one involving vampire-like Bacchae.
* In the ''Series/{{Haven}}'' episode "Real Estate", there is a Halloween party and then the heroes and some teens all end up trapped in a supposedly haunted house, which turns out to be a man who was [[GeniusLoci turned into a house]].
* ''Series/{{Zoey 101}}'' had one in the second season.
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[[folder: Professional Wrestling]]
* One of the early editions of ''Saturday Night's Main Event'' had a Halloween theme, including a sketch with Wrestling/RoddyPiper celebrating the holiday. One of the children in the segment was a young Stephanie [=McMahon=].
* Wrestling/{{WCW}} had "Halloween Havok", a Halloween themed pay-per-view event from 1989 onwards. Highlights from the event included Wrestling/RickRude debuting as a masked "Halloween Phantom," a "Chamber of Horrors" Match, and a mummy called "The Yeti" attacking Wrestling/HulkHogan.
* River City Wrestling's Halloween Horrors of 1994 in Winnipeg Manitoba. Yes, there was even a "Chamber Of Horrors" battle royal.
* Wrestling/SmokeyMountainWrestling had ''Halloween Scream'' events from 1995 onward to its shut down when its owner went on to work for the WWF.
* All Pro Wrestling and Jersey All Pro Wrestling have the Halloween Hell event. ''Halloween Hell 2'' was to be APW's final garage show.
* Wrestling/{{WWE}} will usually have something Halloween related in the week Raw or Smackdown falls on Halloween. The most famous one was in 2002 that featured a backstage Halloween party where Wrestling/StephanieMcMahon (then Smackdown GM) and Wrestling/EricBischoff (then Raw GM) kissed in Stephanie's office. That was also the night that started JohnCena's rapper gimmick as he dressed up as Vanilla Ice and performed a rap.
* These days you can usually expect the divas to have a costume contest which have been taking place since 2006. In fact in 2007 and 2008 the costume contests were part of the Cyber Sunday PPV. Wrestling/MickieJames won both of them, first for dressing up as Pocahontas and then as Lara Croft.
** The NXT rookie divas had a contest as well with Wrestling/{{Aksana}} as a devil, Maxine as an ice queen, Wrestling/{{Naomi}} as the Hamburger Helper hand, Wrestling/AJLee as [[Franchise/TeenageMutantNinjaTurtles Raphael]], and Wrestling/{{Kaitlyn}} as [[CrowningMomentOfFunny Vickie Guerrero]].
* WWC began its ''Halloween Wrestling Extravaganza'' tours in 2006.
* Dynamo Pro Wrestling and Wrestling/{{N|ational Wrestling Alliance}}WA Pro met up for ''Halloween Bash'' in 2009.
* During its guest host phase, The Muppets were the guest stars for Halloween Raw and yes, Divas were in costume again.
* LLF's ''Noche de Halloween'' in 2013, which included La Chacala putting Diana La Cazadora in a casket.
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[[folder:Radio Drama]]
* No discussion of Halloween episodes can overlook OrsonWelles' (in)famous radio dramatization of ''Radio/TheWarOfTheWorlds'' in a 1938 Halloween Eve broadcast of the ''Mercury Theatre on the Air''. The first half of the program, presented as a PhonyNewscast of the Martians' invasion of New Jersey, led to panic in some parts of the country when listeners took the "reports" as real.
* The Christian radio drama ''AdventuresInOdyssey'' has an interesting variant - an episode from early in the show's run called ''What Are We Gonna Do About Halloween?'' that taught AnAesop about Halloween being evil.
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[[folder:Video Games]]
* ''WorldOfWarcraft'' has a Halloween themed special week (often falling in between October 28th and November 2nd) in which you get Halloween themed items, can 'trick or treat' other players, and hunt the Headless Horseman Expy.
* ''VideoGame/{{Bully}}'' has a Halloween ''mission'' (two, if you're playing the UpdatedRerelease) where Jimmy, Gary, and Petey run around and raise all sorts of hell on Halloween night, in costumes. [[PlayerCharacter Jimmy's]] a [[DemBones skeleton]], [[ButtMonkey Petey's]] a pink bunny rabbit, and [[BigBad Gary's]] a [[ThoseWackyNazis Nazi officer]] (NoSwastikas, though).
* ''VideoGame/TeamFortress2'' has run special Halloween events for the past 3 years, featuring bosses and enemies ranging from ghosts, giant undead headless monsters wearing pumpkins on their heads that run around beheading people, giant floating eyeballs that shoot exploding eyeballs, angry magicians, and even zombies.
* Halloween is one of the major event holidays in ''VideoGame/AnimalCrossing'' both in the GameCube version and in the ''City Folk'' version, where you buy candy throughout the month of October in Tom Nook's store and give them to villagers to prevent them from playing tricks on you by transforming your clothes and pocketed items into Halloween themed items, while trying to find the real Jack (one of the special holiday [=NPCs=]) who all your villagers are dressed as and give him candy in order to get the Spooky furniture series from him. Though this is the point of the holiday in both versions of the game, there are some subtle different features added to the holiday in the ''City Folk'' version, such as being able to get villagers who are inside their homes to give you candy with a complete costume outfit which was not possible in the GameCube ''Animal Crossing's'' version of the holiday.
* ''VideoGame/RedDeadRedemptionUndeadNightmare'' is this to the "Red Dead" series.
* ''VideoGame/InFAMOUS'' has the DLC ''Festival of Blood''. It's about Cole being turned into a vampire.
* ''VideoGame/BanjoKazooie'' has a Halloween level in Mad Monster Mansion, complete with a Ouija Board puzzle, haunted church and graveyard, a big creepy organ in the church, and the Mumbo Jumbo transformation for this area as Banjo and Kazooie being turned into a pumpkin.
* ''VideoGame/KillingFloor'' has updates for Halloween every year.
* ''VideoGame/AngryVideoGameNerdAdventures'' has two levels, Assholevania, the standard horror themed level, and [[BigBoosHaunt Boo! Haunted House]].
* ''VideoGame/SleepingDogs'' has the ''Nightmare at North Point'' DLC. A murdered triad gangster comes back from the grave as a hungry ghost, and the district is overrun by JiangShi.
* The original ''VideoGame/CostumeQuest'' takes place on Halloween as the player takes control of a group of kids that go trick-or-treating during a monster invasion. The DLC was a ChristmasEpisode.
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[[folder:Web Comics]]
* Fetish comic, Webcomic/CravingControl had a two part special featuring its gluttonous protagonist Lalia going trick or treating and cleaning out the whole neighbourhood before any of the kids could show up.
* In ''TheInexplicableAdventuresOfBob'', no matter what else may be going on in the storyline, the gigantic ''[[http://bobadventures.comicgenesis.com/d/20091031.html Halloween Monster]]''always shows up for a cameo in the strip nearest to Halloween. His appearance changes subtly with each reappearance, and he does occasionally show up out of season.
* ''Webcomic/SchlockMercenary'' took this to the extreme with the annual "Schlocktoberfest", in which the storyline filling the month of October always took a dark theme, sometimes associated with classic horror movies. Howard discontinued Schlocktoberfest after the arc about Tagon's 49th birthday.
* [[http://www.questionablecontent.net/view.php?comic=39 This]] issue of ''QuestionableContent'' has the main characters talking about Halloween episodes of webcomics.
* For Halloween 2008, nudist webcomic ''TheBarePit'' featured three spooky stories told around a campfire, although the cartoonist admits that Australians don't celebrate Halloween the way Americans do.
* ''AngstTechnology'' often had the team attending an office Hallowe'en Party. ''InkTank'' has continued the tradition.
* ''BobAndGeorge'' had one every year. The first two were general costumes (with someone dressing as the Pink {{Power Ranger|s}} as a RunningGag) Starting with 2002 (and barring 2004), each year had a theme to the costumes.
** 2002: Super Heroes
** 2003: FinalFantasy
** 2005: Video Games (Mostly Creator/{{Nintendo}}, but some {{Sega}} [[SonicTheHedgehog too]])
** 2006: Anime (also set in the hand-drawn universe)
* NicktoonsTales has the [[DarkerAndEdgier dark]] ''Nicktoons Tales of Terror'' episode. It has the main trio (A.D.S., Timmy, and ZIM) tell scary stories ala Simpsons' Treehouse Of Horror format.
* Webcomic/TheBugPond had a very short one where the insects at said pond celebrate a holiday called Hallow-Bean, where they dress up as common predators of bugs. With exception of one kid who went as a scorpion princess.
* ''SweetBroAndHellaJeff'' has [[http://www.mspaintadventures.com/sweetbroandhellajeff/?cid=023.jpg one]]. True to [[StylisticSuck tradition]], it was written and published on ''[[DelayedReaction Christmas Day 2010]]''. [[spoiler:It later received a CallBack in ''Webcomic/{{Homestuck}}'' when [[TeamMom Kanaya]] [[OurVampiresAreDifferent "died"]]. [[DudeNotFunny Not everyone thought this was appropriate.]]]]
* The ''Webcomic/{{Keiki}}'' comic "Beefer Madness" became a Halloween special about halfway through, because Peter Paltridge didn't have time to write a whole new story.
* ''Webcomic/{{Mulberry}}'' had the title character hunt a zombie in "Franken-Berry", and later, pull some frightening pranks on her rival in "Let's Scare Mary Roach To Death".
* ''Webcomic/TheWhiteboard'' almost always has a Halloween-related story around October. Mostly it's just parties where {{Cameo}}s from other webcomics abound, but on occasion it's a full story arc, like with the 2010 ZombieApocalypse story arc.
* In ''Webcomic/{{Roommates}}'' (MegaCrossover FanWebcomic) the Halloween arc is traditionally the highlight of the year. Be it a Costume Party that gets derailed into a MurderMystery (2008) or a ZombieApocalypse (2011).
* An ''Webcomic/EarsForElves'' filler page for Halloween [[http://www.earsforelves.com/archives/321 here]] has drawings of the artist and site maintainer dressing up. Well, more like one getting into the festive spirit and the other wondering what the point is...
* ''BittersweetCandyBowl'' has [[http://www.bittersweetcandybowl.com/c60/p1.html Mischief Night]]. Paulo dressed up as [[Twilight Edward]] for his girlfriend, Jasmine as an undead Geisha, Mike as [[CthuluMythos Cthulu]], and Lucy as Lieselotte, an expy of Lucy from a RP on the forums.
* The first Nightmare Night story arc in ''Blog/SliceOfLife'', which starts off with costume planning, arcs through Pinkie Pie taking a bunch of kids out for candy, the telling of not-so-scary stories, and ending with the Cake Twins sneaking off to visit a Haunted House.
* ''Webcomic/TypicalStrange'' does a Halloween Issue every October.
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[[folder:Web Original]]
* ''WebVideo/TheAngryVideoGameNerd'' does an annual Halloween double feature in which he rips apart horror-themed video games:
** 2006: The Nerd takes on the [[TheProblemWithLicensedGames sucky licensed games]] of ''VideoGame/FridayThe13th'' and ''[[Videogame/ANightmareOnElmStreetNES A Nightmare on Elm Street]]'' and fights both Jason and Freddy.
** 2007: The Nerd gets menaced by evil hillbillies and a mad slasher as he plays the games of ''Franchise/TheTexasChainsawMassacre'' and ''Franchise/{{Halloween}}''.
** 2008: The Nerd covers the classics by snarking about some bad {{Dracula}} games, then decides to play god and creates a [[FrankensteinsMonster Franken-Nerd]] to play bad games in his place. [[TurnedAgainstTheirMasters It doesn't end well]].
** 2009: The Nerd does a marathon of the classic ''Franchise/{{Castlevania}}'' games.
** 2010: The Nerd revisited the most horrifying game he had ever reviewed; DrJekylAndMrHyde.
** 2011: The Nerd reviews ''Dark Castle'' for ''Sega Genesis'' and ''CD-i''.
** 2012: The Nerd reviews ''VideoGame/GhostsNGoblins'' for NES.
** 2013: The Nerd reviews ''[[Film/{{Alien 3}} Alien³]]'' for NES.
*** James also does a Monster Madness month over on Cinemassacre, where he'll review monster and horror movies (the 2011 run, for example, does the Universal ''Frankenstein, Nightmare on Elm Street'' and the ''Halloween'' series)
* ''TheAnnoyingOrange'' has at least one Halloween video every year:
** 2009: ''[[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=TKpFS9GsInk Plumpkin]]''
** 2010: ''[[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ud4YnLT1vWk Frankenfruit]]'' and ''[[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=unRWisa-mh8 Annoying Orange: Frankenfruit OUTTAKES]]''
** 2011: ''[[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=WzktFRi27Mg Chiller (with free MP3!!!)]]''
* ''{{Fred}}'' has had a few.
** 2006: ''[[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=_DL7zP7Da1o Fred on Halloween]]'' (the first ''Fred'' video)
** 2007: ''[[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=CJF7R2uFKW8 Fred on Halloween 2]]''
** 2010: ''[[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=XyzN2AHcKek The Babysitter's a Vampire]]''
* Every year, the main characters from ''WebAnimation/HomestarRunner'' (plus others, such as Marshie, Stinkoman, or The Goblin) get dressed up in costumes and do stuff. They are often dressed up as some obscure pop culture icon from the '70s, 80's, or 90's, although we will occasionally be relieved of guessing too hard with some costumes such as Tingle, HelloKitty, ''Film/{{Beetlejuice}}'', [[WesternAnimation/{{Futurama}} Zoidberg]], or [[StreetFighter M. Bison]]. The events are different each year, such as one memorable Halloween where you got to give the characters candy in an interactive game. There are also a few traditions, such as an appearance from The Goblin, Coach Z going as a hip-hop artist, the "Witch's Brew" catchphrase, or Marzipan cross-dressing (Lampshaded when Homestar said that Marzipan's cross-dressing was starting to freak him out).
** Can't forget this one: Always, ''always'' click near the Poopsmith to see the easter egg with Homsar.
** In 2010, the creators of ''Homestar Runner'' put off the Halloween special until ''[[ScheduleSlip December]]''. As a result, everyone dressed as either characters from Christma-er, [[YouMeanXmas Decemberween]] specials, or as Decemberween decorations.
* ''TheIrateGamer'' also has annual Halloween episodes:
** 2007: After a ColdOpening involving TheDevil and [[EvilTwin the Evil Gamer]], the Irate Gamer, dressed as a Film/{{Ghostbuster|s}}, reviews ''ZombiesAteMyNeighbors'', while pausing occasionally to talk to a Jewish skeleton after noting that there are no skeleton enemies in the game. At the end, he throws the game into his ghost trap, gets one last call from the skeleton, and leaves. The Evil Gamer then [[HostileShowTakeover takes over the show]], but ends up talking to the skeleton as well.
** 2008: Another cold opening shows the Evil Gamer plotting another HostileShowTakeover from within his "[[SuperVillainLair Castle of Evil]]", coming up with a plan to kill the Irate Gamer with ''MonsterParty''. The Irate Gamer himself, meanwhile, is not invited to the biggest Halloween party in town, leaving him stuck at home getting unwanted visitors. He decides to vent his frustration by reviewing bad games, and finds that a ''Monster Party'' cartridge has mysteriously appeared on his occult shelf. While he reviews the game, characters from previous episodes show up, and the Irate Gamer gets more unwanted visitors. Eventually, the Irate Gamer beats the game, unleashing the devil. The devil wants to take over the world, but gets distracted by a {{Voltron}} figure while trying to kill the IG, and both of them go to drink apple juice at a bar, despite protests from the Evil Gamer.
* ''WebVideo/TheNostalgiaCritic'' has an annual Halloween related video/review:
** 2007: The Top 11 Scariest Nostalgic Moments
** 2008: The Critic vs. TeddyRuxpin
** 2009: ''Film/{{Casper}}''
** 2010: Instead of just one review, The Critic does an entire month's worth of reviews;
*** ''[[ErnestPWorrell Ernest Scared Stupid]]''
*** Top 11 Scariest Performances
*** ''{{IT}}''
*** ''Film/{{Leprechaun}}'' with a [[WebVideo/TheCinemaSnob special guest]].
** 2011: Once again, The Critic devotes the entire month of October to scary movie reveiws:
*** ''TheTommyknockers''
*** ''Film/TheHaunting1999''
*** ''Book of Shadows: Blair Witch 2''
*** ''Exorcist 2: The Heretic''
** 2013: Nostalgia-Ween returns for the third time:
*** [[Creator/StephenKing Stephen King's]] remake of The Shining.
*** An editorial asking why zombies are so popular.
*** ''Film/{{Sharknado}}'' with special guest The Cinema Snob.
*** An editorial about if we should scare our kids.
*** The ''Film/{{Devil}}'' movie.
* ''WebVideo/AtopTheFourthWall'' also has Halloween-themed reviews. For the first few years, Linkara reviewed bad SilentHill-themed comics. Recently, he's switched gears and looked at DarkHorse's comics inspired by [[Creator/JohnCarpenter John Carpenter's]] ''[[Film/TheThing1982 The Thing]]''. He also does quickie reviews of horror comics as [[HorrorHost Moarte]] for an annual series called "Longbox of the Damned".
* ''RhettAndLink'', who are Christians, have no trouble celebrating Halloween, seeing as most of the demonic observations have faded. They wrote [[http://www.dailymotion.com/video/x77x1y_trick-or-treat-song_fun Trick-or-Treat song]] and even made a podcast that compares Halloween to the "Harvest Season."
* ''TrintonChronicles'' had a whole arc dedicated to the Halloween season in late 2007; it featured a vampire who sucked on powers (as opposed to blood) who went around turning people into ghouls after sufficiently draining them of their powers and [[CastFromHitPoints life force]]. He was brought down in dramatic flare and fashion by having an [[ShockAndAwe electrified sword]] driven into his chest where he promptly exploded [[DishingOutDirt into sand]]. At the end of the story a huge fireworks display is shown over the city with a good old fashion Happy Halloween scrawled in the sky.
* The ''WhateleyUniverse'' had a big Halloween spectacular for the fall of 2006 (Whateley time), when everyone dressed in fun costumes (Phase ''hated'' his)... and the campus was attacked by cyborgs, robots, and dropships full of Syndicate badguys. It ended up taking three full stories to wrap it up. {{Fanon}} has speculated on what might happen at Halloween 2007.
* ''CodeMENT'' gave us [[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Drj8MlixOUQ "Halloween Rules"]] which was more about Lelouch teaching Suzaku all about Halloween.
* ''WebVideo/StuffYouLike'' had "5 Ridiculously Entertaining Things About ''Film/{{Underworld}}''" for their first Halloween episode, complete with BlackCloak and EvilLaughter.
* [[EquestriaChronicles In the middle of a civil war, ponies throw a Nightmare Night party.]]
* LoadingReadyRun's ''WebVideo/CommodoreHustle'' had a Halloween episode in the form of "Roll For Treats", where Kathleen bemoans being too old to trick or treat and the crew play ''DungeonsAndDragons''. Features Kathleen in a dirndl skirt (which Matt persists in calling a "beer girl" costume) and Tally trick-or-treating as a BedsheetGhost to hide her age.
* WebVideo/EatYourKimchi: What happens when Simon and Martina get lost in the woods on Halloween?
* ''Roleplay/JourneyThroughTheMultiverse'' had a Halloween episode using the FandomSpecificPlot of Series/BuffyTheVampireSlayer's Halloween Episode, in which the characters become their costumes in Buffy's World.
* {{WebVideo/Sillypplproductions2}} has one made in 2012; Surge gives everyone masks, and they all go trick-or-treating. {{Subverted}} in that [[spoiler:it's not actually Halloween; Surge messed up Hero Factory's calendar, somehow.]]
* ''Halloween'' by WebVideo/MatthewSantoro. [[spoiler: It ends with Matthew doing a ScreamerPrank to the audience, and then the words "Happy Halloween" show up on the screen. The video then goes to TheStinger.]] ''20 Haunting Halloween Facts'', also by WebVideo/MatthewSantoro, has 20 facts about Halloween.
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[[folder:Western Animation]]
* The ''WesternAnimation/KimPossible'' episode "October 31st".
* As mentioned above, ''WesternAnimation/TheSimpsons''' annual "TreehouseOfHorror" episodes, which are anthologies containing [[ThreeShorts three short stories]] with a horror theme (PlayedForLaughs, of course). Oddly enough, for the last decade or so most of these have premiered ''after'' Halloween, due to {{Fox}}'s World Series coverage pre-empting its Sunday prime time lineup at the end of October each yaer.
* The original WesternAnimation/WoodyWoodpecker Show got a Halloween Special called ''Spook-A-Nanny''. It's included as an extra on the first Woody Woodpecker And Friends DVD collection, [[SoBadItsGood and worth watching for its cheese factor.]] Oh, and ghosts wearing Beatle wigs. No, really.
* DonaldDuck starred in a bunch of shorts with a semi-scary atmosphere, such as ''Donald Duck and the Gorilla'', ''Donald's Lucky Day'', and ''Duck Pimples'', but the true Halloween episode is fans' favorite ''Trick or Treat'', where Donald's [[JerkAss assholish]] treatment of his nephews leads to a witch helping the boys to get the best of their uncle.
* ''Mickey's House of Villains'' could be considered a Halloween episode of ''WesternAnimation/HouseOfMouse''. There, the Disney animated villains kick all of the good guys out of the House and rename it the House of Villains. Jafar gets Mickey's job as the master of ceremonies, while Captain Hook and Hades get Donald and Goofy's jobs as chief assistants. The rest is your usual HOM stuff, with showing scary shorts instead of the usual upbeat ones.
* ''SpaceGoofs'': A Dracula-like vampire is the new guest at the house. He bites the aliens on their sleep, thus turning them all into vampires. In the end, Gorgeous makes the vampire a pie with garlic in it, with turns him into a human (as opposed to killing him). He opens a window to see the sun for the first time...and all of the aliens turn into ash.
* ''WesternAnimation/TheFairlyOddparents'': Remember the ''Buffy'' Halloween episode where [[BecomingTheCostume everyone became the costumes they were wearing]]? Same plot, only with the Yugopotamians and four OmnicidalManiac robots thrown in for variety.
* ''[[WesternAnimation/TUFFPuppy T.U.F.F. Puppy]]'': Happy Howl-O-Ween episode has the villains stealing Halloween candy, and Keswick creating an army of zombies who are craving for candy.
* ''WesternAnimation/TheAdventuresOfJimmyNeutron'' takes great pleasure in pushing this trope to its stereotypical limit. In the episode, Jimmy creates a monster wheel designed to turn his friends into authentic monsters (a closer examination of the wheel shows Michael Jackson as an option) - the only problem is, the invention works a little too well, and Carl and Sheen end up as a real vampire and a real werewolf. They bite Cindy and Libby, who then join the ranks of bloodsuckers/flesheaters, and before you know it the whole town is out for a good ol' fashioned monster-mob.
* ''WesternAnimation/{{CatDog}}'': Dog gets bitten by Peruvian vampire ticks, so Cat tries desperately to find a cure. In the process, their friends are also bitten by the vampire ticks and turned into vampires. At the end, Cat drowns everyone in garlic juice, which apparently works just like in ''Space Goofs'' since it cures everyone (even the Peruvian ticks). At the end, Winslow shows up, and reveals that he was bitten by a werewolf.
* ''WesternAnimation/TheMask'': Skillit uses his powers to summon a zombie cowboy, a ghost knight, and a demonically-possesed warlock to crash the Coco Bongo's annual Halloween party. In the end, the Mask vanishes them to Skillit's home dimension by making them say the word "mask" backwards.
* ''TheTwistedTalesOfFelixTheCat'': Felix is persuaded to join the Black Cat Society, a secret society for people dressing and acting as black cats. He runs away when they try to take off Felix's mask (i.e., his face). When they discover that he is an actual black cat, they name him their king.
* ''WesternAnimation/PinkyAndTheBrain'': Pinky sells his soul to the Devil so that Brain can take over the world. [[ChessWithDeath Brain then challenges Satan to a gymnastic competition for Pinky's soul]], and loses. However, when Pinky signed the contract giving his soul to the Devil, the Devil forgot to give him some sort of gizmo (with a really weird name and a vague explanation of its function), thus rendering the contract null and void, and saving Pinky's soul.
* ''[[TinyToonAdventures Tiny Toons' Night Ghoulery]]'': A parody of ''RodSerling's NightGallery'' with Babs Bunny in the Serling role. One story is a parody of ''Frankenstein'' with Elmyra as Doctor Frankenstein, Dizzy as Igor, and the Gossamer as Frankenstein's Monster. Another is a parody of Creator/StephenKing's ''Literature/PetSematary'' with Elmyra's dead pets coming back from the grave as zombies. Another is a parody of ''Film/AbbottAndCostelloMeetFrankenstein'', with Buster Bunny and Plucky Duck as the titular duo, respectively. The final story is a parody of ''Series/TheTwilightZone'' episode "Nightmare at 20,000 Feet", with Plucky as the Creator/WilliamShatner character and the gremlin from the ''LooneyTunes'' short ''Falling Hare'' as the monster (it also, to some extent, spoofs the final segment of ''Film/TwilightZoneTheMovie'').
* ''[[WesternAnimation/GarfieldSpecials Garfield's Halloween Adventure]]'' has the titular cat and Odie trick-or-treating. But when attempting to cross a river on a boat for extra candy, the two end up in a haunted mansion. Also features [[http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=BiIJw6dIAwQ really]] [[EarWorm catchy songs]].
* ''Franchise/ScoobyDoo'' has had at least two episodes specifically set during Halloween: "The Headless Horseman of Halloween" and "A Halloween Hassle at Dracula's Castle".
** The Day of Dead is used as the reason for Mystery Inc. to visit Mexico in the direct-to-DVD movie ''Scooby-Doo and the Monster of Mexico''.
** Halloween is the day used for ''WesternAnimation/ScoobyDooAndTheGoblinKing''.
** ''WesternAnimation/WhatsNewScoobyDoo'' used the Halloween episode straight.
** Not specifically a Halloween episode, but Creator/CartoonNetwork used to run an all-day ''Scooby-Doo'' marathon on the last day of daylight-saving time, meaning you'd get 25 hours of the show in one day. One year, during the commercial breaks, they ran bits of a ''Scooby-Doo''-themed version of ''TheBlairWitchProject'', which eventually featured the line, "Maybe this time we shouldn't have meddled."
*** Also, Cartoon Network UK & ireland once ran a marathon of Halloween-themed cartoons on the morning of April 1 as an AprilFoolsDay Joke.
* The ''WesternAnimation/PacMan'' cartoon also had two Halloween episodes: "Pacula" and "Trick or Chomp".
* Creator/HannaBarbera's version of ''TheLittleRascals'' had one: "Fright Night", in which three of the Rascals went trick-or-treating. I don't recall all of the details, but I do remember that Darla [[WholesomeCrossdresser dressed so as to resemble Alfalfa]].
* ''TransformersAnimated'' had one, "Along Came a Spider", in which Bumblebee, Bulkhead and Sari go trick-or-treating, dressed up as Dracula, a ghost (with a costume made out of a striped fumigation tent, so he looks more like a walking billowing circus), and Optimus Prime, respectively. [[spoiler: Also, Blackarachnia appears to confront Optimus about their past.]]
* ''{{Jem}}'' had a Halloween episode, "Trick or Techrat", having the Holograms fixing a haunted opera house-and Terri, one of the Starlight Girls, learning not to scare at every thing.
* ''ClassOfTheTitans'' had a Halloween episode in which Hecate, the goddess of witchcraft, tried to escape from her prison in the moon. It also introduced Theresa's mystical powers.
* ''WesternAnimation/WinxClub'' had an episode where the girls went to a party in their transformed fairy outfits.
* ''AaahhRealMonsters'': When Ickis, Krumm, and Oblina go to do their daily scares, there's a mixup with a kid wearing a Halloween costume of an Ickis-like creature. Krumm and Oblina go to the kid's Halloween party, believed by everyone to be just kids in costumes, and the kid goes to the monster world. The day after Halloween, everything is cleared.
* ''WesternAnimation/EdEddNEddy's Boo-Haw-Haw'' had the Eds attempt to follow a map to "Spookyville", the ultimate trick-or-treating neighborhood. Unfortunately, an overdose of B-movies on [[CloudCuckoolander Ed's]] part causes him to hallucinate that the other kids of the cul-de-sac are movie monsters out to get him and his friends, and HilarityEnsues.
* The ''WesternAnimation/{{Ben 10}}'' episode ''Last Laugh'' is considered a Halloween episode, despite the fact that the series is supposed to take place during the summer.
* ''WesternAnimation/{{SpongeBob SquarePants}}'' had "Scaredy Pants" and "I Was a Teenage Gary", which aired on October 28, 1999.
* The short-lived ''WesternAnimation/LloydInSpace'' had an episode in which yhe gang goes into a HauntedHouse type thing, only to come out to a version of the space station in the far future where it's completely deserted and a monster has apparently killed everyone. It turns out to be some variation of AllJustADream, but man, that whole episode was basically MoodWhiplash.
* There have been a few in ''WesternAnimation/SouthPark''. The first, called "Pinkeye", is about Kenny becoming infected with a zombie virus and turning most of the townspeople into zombies; the second one is "Spookyfish", involving Stan receiving a killer goldfish from his aunt and meanwhile alternate universe versions of the boys show up; the third is "Korn's Groovy Pirate Ghost Mystery", which involves the rock band Music/{{Korn}} solving a mystery involving pirate ghosts in an AffectionateParody of ''Scooby-Doo''; the fourth is "Hell on Earth 2006", involving Satan throwing a Halloween party; and the most recent one is "A Nightmare on [=FaceTime=]", in which Randy purchases an abandoned Blockbuster Video and [[Film/TheShining begins acting like Jack Torrance]], while Stan's attempt to use [=FaceTime=] results in his friends [[ItMakesSenseInContext being endangered by a group of killers]].
* There have been a couple in ''WesternAnimation/KingOfTheHill''. The first one concerns a religious fanatic trying to ban Halloween from Arlen. In the second (definitely one of the series' darker episodes), Luann moves in with a schizophrenic millionaire who owns a pork processing company.
* ''WesternAnimation/RockosModernLife'' had an episode in which Philburt went trick or treating for the first time and met the Hopping Hessain (a parody of the headless horseman.)
* There's one in ''InvaderZim'' called the Halloween Spectacular of Spooky Doom, in which inside Dib's head is a parallel universe with real monsters.
* The ''WesternAnimation/TeenTitans'' episode "Fear Itself" could be considered a Halloween episode, even though the gang didn't do anything Halloween-related besides watch a scary movie.
* ''WesternAnimation/TheWildThornberrys'' had a Day of the Dead episode in 2000.
* ''WesternAnimation/HeyArnold'''s Halloween episode was a homage to OrsonWelles' 1938 "Radio/TheWarOfTheWorlds" radio broadcast.
* ''WesternAnimation/AvatarTheLastAirbender'''s "The Puppetmaster" was aired (and possibly meant) as a Halloween episode, since the holiday doesn't exist in their universe.
* ''WesternAnimation/TheMightyB'' has Bessie trapped in a cat costume and...[[BizarroEpisode stuff happens]].
* The second ''WesternAnimation/{{Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles|2003}}'' 'toon had "All Hallows' Thieves", an adaptation of a comic book story of the same name, which featured baddie the King of Thieves and his attempts to use an army of goblins in order to have them steal a bunch of stuff for him.
* ''TheRealGhostbusters'' had three such episodes.
** "When Halloween Was Forever": A pair of ghosts free Samhain, the Spirit of Halloween, whose goal is to create a permanent Halloween night.
** "Halloween 2½": Samhain is freed from the Containment Unit and tries to again achieve his goal, while also seeking revenge against the Ghostbusters.
** "The Halloween Door": Seeking to end Halloween forever, a MoralGuardian steals Ghostbuster tech to use for his machine. Doing so, however, breaks an ancient, ghostly contract - allowing hordes of supernatural terrors to invade New York City.
* ''WesternAnimation/LiloAndStitchTheSeries'' has the episode "Spooky", featuring an experiment that can [[YourWorstNightmare transform into their worst fears.]]
* ''{{Doug}}'' had two that come to mind. One (during the Nickelodeon run) a half hour special that had Doug going to the amusement park Funky Town to ride a scary ride and end up getting locked in it after the park shuts down for the night. Another (Disney run this time) had him (and eventually the other kids) thinking his best friend Skeeter was a vampire.
* ''WesternAnimation/TheLifeAndTimesOfJuniperLee'' one had the title character trying to fix a spell that turned monsters into humans (which their idea of a Halloween costume) and having to go through a complicated barter system which at the end involve her having to wrestle (as in WWE-like wrestle) a monster to help get the last thing she needs.
* ''AmericanDragonJakeLong'' version had Jake throwing a party for both monsters and humans and of course almost brings danger down on their head in the form of the Huntsclan.
* ''WesternAnimation/DannyPhantom'' had "Fright Night" where Danny temporarily steals a sword from Fright Knight, the [[AnthropomorphicPersonification ghostly Anthropomorphic Personification of Halloween]]. Hell ensues (literally).
* ''WesternAnimation/{{Rugrats}}'' had "Candy Bar Creep Show", where the babies tried to get [[BrandX Reptar Bars]], and "Curse of the Were-Wuff", where Angelica scares them into thinking they will [[BecomingTheCostume become their costumes]] after Halloween.
* ''WesternAnimation/TheGrimAdventuresOfBillyAndMandy'' had "Billy and Mandy's Jacked Up Halloween" although many episodes could qualify.
* "Trick or Treat" from ''WhereOnEarthIsCarmenSandiego'': After Zack and Ivy attempt another trick on CarmenSandiego, she pays them for their second trick attempt at arresting her.
* ''WesternAnimation/TheSpectacularSpiderMan'' has one of the most plot important episodes as a Halloween episode. It involves plot advancement on who the Green Goblin is, and it is actually the set up for another episode when [[SecretIdentity Peter]] [[ForHalloweenIAmGoingAsMyself arrives in his Spidey suit]].
* On ''WesternAnimation/HomeMovies'' the gang was on their way to a Halloween party but they all ended up at the hospital when Brendon's stepmom went into labor and Coach [=McGuirk=] had a heart attack. Not the best place for Melissa to dress like the Grim Reaper.
-->'''Coach:''' Omigod, it's Death.
-->'''Melissa:''' Coach, it's me, Melissa!
-->'''Coach:''' Omigod, it's Melissa.
* ''WesternAnimation/TheMagicSchoolBus'' had a Halloween special that was two spookily themed episodes from the series tied together by a live-action sequence where an old caretaker told two kids terrifying stories about [[spoiler:kids learning about sound and bats.]]
* ''WesternAnimation/CelebrityDeathmatch'' had two Halloween episodes with matches such as FrankensteinsMonster vs. the WolfMan, Wrestling/TheUndertaker vs. Captain Doody (a demon possessing Nicky Jr.), and Creator/SarahMichelleGellar vs. a vampire.
* ''WesternAnimation/TheClevelandShow'' had "It's the Great Pancake, Cleveland Brown", where Cleveland upsets Cleveland Jr. by telling him he is too old to trick or treat and Rallo eats too much candy.
** Another episode, "Nightmare on Grace Street", had a look-a-like friend that was annoying everyone with bad jokes the whole episode, then [[spoiler:went Ax Crazy and tried to kill both Cleveland and his entire family.]] Cleveland and Rallo spent the episode trying to prove they weren't scared.
* ''WesternAnimation/PhineasAndFerb'' has a few.
** While not taking place during Halloween, "One Good Scare Ought to Do It" and "The Monster of Phineas-n-Ferbenstein" aired in October for Season 1.
** "That's the Spirit" and "The Curse of Candace" aired together, but only the first one is specifically Halloween themed. The second one has Candace thinking she's a vampire.
** Season 4 has "Drusselsteinoween" and "[[FaceYourFears Face Your Fear]]", the first one has Vanessa throwing a Halloween party in the castle her father inherited. The second one was about Doofenshmirtz creating a machine that cause animals to grow bigger and he tested it on a bat [[WhyDidItHaveToBeSnakes which he is afraid of.]] Like before only the first one was on Halloween.
** Another episode is "Terrifying Tri-State Trilogy of Terror", which just like the Simpsons Tree House of Horror series was in a three shorts format. Although the shorts were not Halloween themed, they did air in October.
* As part of a special series that ran throughout October 2011, Cartoon Network premiered new Halloween themed episodes as part of their Monday night scheduling block. The five shows participating were ''JohnnyTest'', ''WesternAnimation/TheAmazingWorldOfGumball'', ''WesternAnimation/AdventureTime'', ''RegularShow'' and ''Magazine/{{MAD}}''. The other show, ''SecretMountainFortAwesome'', did not participate due to the sheer newness of S.M.F.A. The premieres culminated on Halloween Night (which fell on a Monday) in which each episode was shown during a marathon.
** ''WesternAnimation/RegularShow'' had "Terror Tales of the Park", ''à la'' [[TheSimpsons Treehouse of Horror]], consisting of a series of smaller episodes. In true Treehouse of Horror fashion, [[spoiler:none of the episode is canon]]. The first part of the episode is about a Victorian age doll named Percie that Pops had as a child who has a compulsive need to draw on people's faces, which climaxes as the doll comes to life and attempts to kill Mordecai, Rigby and Pops to fulfill his need. The second part features Muscleman and High Five Ghost as they plan to crash an RV into a bottomless pit only to find the late owners, a metal band named Skull Bash, have not left. The third part features Mordecai and Rigby trick-or-treating. Rigby eggs the Halloween Wizard's house and pays for his crime. It is revealed that the entire story was told by [[spoiler: the Halloween Wizard, disguised as Rigby the entire time]].
** The following year had "Terror Tales of the Park II" which had the same format of three separate shorts, but had a framing device to link them all together; in this case, the Park staff are on a journey to a Halloween party and tell the stories to pass the time. Mordecai's story, "Payback", involved Mordecai accidentally killing his Uncle Steve, and Uncle Steve's corpse subsequently haunts Mordecai to settle his UnfinishedBusiness. Margaret's story, "Party Bus", has Mordecai, Rigby, Margaret and Eileen take the "Party Bus" to the movies instead of their late taxi; however, as the party on the bus proceeds and the other guests start to collapse from partying too hard, they realize that [[LifeDrinker this party's]] [[RapidAging a killer]]. The final story, told by Benson, is "Wallpaper Man", an homage to Stephen King's story ''TheLawnmowerMan". Mordecai and Rigby are tasked with applying new wallpaper to the house but they are swayed by a television offer from Jan the Wallpaper Man, who will wallpaper an entire house for free. However, Jan's sinister red-and-black wallpaper turns the house's interior into a claustrophobic maze, with the other park employees trapped in the center. Mordecai and Rigby must rescue their co-workers and confront Jan, who has a dark agenda and a [[BigCreepyCrawlies monstrous secret...]]
** The ''Johnny Test'' episode is titled "Johnny Trick or Treat". Johnny accepts a dare by a mysterious card impaled on his door. In order to see a real haunted house and cash in on a large amount of candy, he must spend a night in a house and wear a tutu. He is joined by Dukey and Jillian, only to find the house is rigged with traps. They successfully complete all of the tasks, only to be eaten by a giant maggot. With Jillian in danger, [[spoiler: the master of the house, Darth Vegan, tries to save them, only to have his plans ruined. When it is revealed that there was no candy]], Johnny and the rest of the crew teleport to a party attended by Susan, Mary and Agents Black and White, where he [[spoiler: wins a candy making machine for first place in a costume contest]].
** The second ''Johnny Test'' episode called "The Johnny Who Saved Halloween". Johnny and several other kids are in a contest to collect the most candy in order to win a literal mountain of candy.
** ''Adventure Time'' parodies ''TabletopGame/{{Clue}}'' and AndThenThereWereNone in the episode "The Creeps". Members of the cast are assembled at a [[HauntedCastle mountain-top castle]]. Each of the characters gains an alias as part of the invitation:
*** Finn as Prince Hotbod
*** Jake as Randy Butternubs
*** Princess Bubblegum as Lady Quietbottom
*** BMO as Professor Pence
*** Lumpy Space Princess as Duchess Gummybuns
*** Cinnamon Bun as [[FailOSuckyname Guy Farting]].
** The costume party goes awry as characters are killed off and the party turns into a mystery when it is revealed that a ghost has possessed one of them and intends to murder them. [[spoiler:Jake and Lady Rainicorn reveal that they are the ghost and that none of the character were killed. Finn asks how Jake got the house to come to life. [[SequelHook Jake doesn't know what Finn is talking about and the crew leaves the castle.]] Finn keeps the memory in "his vault" ]].
** A second ''WesternAnimation/AdventureTime'' Halloween special, "From Bad to Worse", aired a week later. The episode deals with a ZombieApocalypse and is a continuation of the premiere "Slumber Party Panic". Finn, Jake, Rainicorn and LSP are seen running through the Candy Kingdom avoiding the now zombified denizens. After making it to the castle, Princess Bubblegum explains the infection is her and Cinnamon Bun's fault. Princess Bubblegum says she will make the antidote again but before she can, she is bitten by a zombie. Before being changed, she tells Finn to [[YouWillKnowWhatToDo let science do the work]] to create the formula again. It is up to the four to create the formula. In an EurekaMoment, Finn realizes that PB's last words meant for them to use [[spoiler:Science, the lab rat. [[AmplifiedAnimalAptitude The lab rat creates the formula]] and Finn tests in on Jake who returns to normal. Unfortunately, the effects are reversed after Jake is bitten again. Out of ideas, Finn covers himself in the antidote and [[HeroicSacrifice flings himself into the fray]] and is chewed by the zombies]]. The last scene shows the Candy Kingdom [[spoiler: fully cured, [[UnexplainedRecovery Finn in a state of well-being]] and Princess Bubblegum awarding Science with a medal for heroic bravery]].
** ''WesternAnimation/TheAmazingWorldOfGumball'' has the episode simply titled ''"Halloween"''. Carrie the ghost helps get Gumball and Darwin into a ghosts-only Halloween party using ghost potion. However, an overdose of the potion turns Gumball and Darwin completely into ghosts, triggering a CosmicDeadline to get them back into their bodies or else they'll be dragged into the underworld. To make matters worse, [[spoiler: Anais also drinks the potion and Gumball must save her as well]].
** ''WesternAnimation/{{MAD}}'' had the episode "Kitchen Nightmares Before Christmas/How I Met Your Mummy". Within the episode were ''[[WesternAnimation/TheNightmareBeforeChristmas Nightmare Before Christmas]]'' and ''Series/HowIMetYourMother'' references, as the title implies. Other references included [[Franchise/{{Scream}} ScreamX20]], [[ScoobyDoo Scooby Doo: Ruining Halloween Since 1969]], and ''WesternAnimation/VeggieTales [[TalesFromTheCrypt from the Crypt]]''.
** While not necessarily Halloween material, some episodes that premiered did contain horror elements.
*** Regular Show "Camping Can Be Fun"
*** The Amazing World of Gumball "The Poltergeist"
* ''WesternAnimation/KickButtowski'' had the [[IdiosyncraticEpisodeNaming predictably named]] "Kick Or Treat", where Kick accepts a challenge from Kendall to go trick-treating at the scary OldDarkHouse across the street. Turns out the house is [[spoiler: owned by a nice old lady who loves Halloween so much that she went completely overboard with the special effects.]]
* ''WesternAnimation/MyLittlePonyFriendshipIsMagic'' has "[[Recap/MyLittlePonyFriendshipIsMagicS2E4LunaEclipsed Luna Eclipsed]]" where the ponies celebrate the day as [[YouMeanXMas "Nightmare Night"]] and a certain literal [[EnsembleDarkhorse/MyLittlePonyFriendshipIsMagic Ensemble Darkhorse]] shows up, being determined to change her frightening public image she made [[Recap/MyLittlePonyFriendshipIsMagicS1E1MareInTheMoon back in]] [[Recap/MyLittlePonyFriendshipIsMagicS1E2ElementsOfHarmony the past]]. At first, it wasn't really working out all that well for her, [[spoiler: and it goes to the point where she ends up decreeing the cancellation of Nightmare Night forever]]! However, [[spoiler: Luna eventually learns that the young ponies actually ''like'' being scared by her, and she declares that Nightmare Night's back on]].
* ''WesternAnimation/TheBackyardigans'' episode "Scared Of You" is this in all but name.
* ''WesternAnimation/{{WITCH}}'' had "W is for Witch", in which the girls were able to [[ForHalloweenIAmGoingAsMyself get away using their Guardian identities in public]] in order to capture Nerissa. However, thanks to the series' serial storyline, when Toon Disney [[ExecutiveMeddling elected to air this during a Halloween-themed marathon]], it was shown ''earlier'' than it was supposed to be, effectively spoiling viewers to a number of future plot points.
* ''WesternAnimation/AmericanDad'' did one of these where Stan tried to outdo his neighbor's haunted house. His solution? Bring in caged serial killers. [[spoiler:And then Roger frees them...]]
* ''WesternAnimation/FamilyGuy'' only has one, oddly. It was from season 9, where Chris and Meg went to a party, Stewie and Brian dealt with a bully that stole Stewie's candy and Quagmire getting revenge for a prank by Peter and Joe. [[spoiler:Lois becomes the bully for the bullies and actually scares Stewie a bit, Quagmire pretends to be possessed by a Japanese UsefulNotes/WorldWarII pilot, and MEG AND CHRIS ACCIDENTALLY MAKE OUT WITH EACH OTHER.]]
* ''WesternAnimation/ScaredySquirrel'' make fun of the holiday and called it Halloweekend, making it a ParodyEpisode. Scaredy prove to a CampGay bird (e.i. his boss) that he can scare people. But got yelled at by his boss's mom.
* The 2010 version of ''[[WesternAnimation/PoundPuppies2010 Pound Puppies]]'' had "A Nightmare on Pound Street". It wasn't a Halloween Episode in the sense of the "[[WesternAnimation/TheSimpsons Treehouse of Horror]]", but it was set on Halloween, and the hopeful adoptee was a "creepy-looking" puppy named [[Franchise/ANightmareOnElmStreet Freddy]].
* WesternAnimation/DangerMouse had "The Good, the Bad and the Motionless," which took place on Halloween, as DM tells Colonel K that Penfold is carving up a swede.
-->'''Colonel K:''' Good heavens, DM. I didn't know he could play tennis!
-->'''D.M.:''' Tennis? Oh, no. Not Bjørn Borg, sir. Not that sort of swede. It's the vegetable kind.
* The ''WesternAnimation/{{Beetlejuice}}'' cartoon's Halloween episode, "Laugh Of The Party," had B.J. livening up Lydia's Halloween party with Party People In A Can. They're all Neitherworld denizens, so the party was rather unorthodox, even for Halloween. A year later, the episode "Bewitched, Bothered and Beetlejuiced" had Lydia dressed as a witch for Halloween, only for her cat Percy to get catnapped by a soiree of witches.
* ''WesternAnimation/{{Recess}}'' had "The Terrifying Tales of Recess", which was similar in structure to "WesternAnimation/TreehouseOfHorror" (but more G-rated), possibly because a good amount of the ''Recess'' staff worked on ''WesternAnimation/TheSimpsons''.
** The TV-movie "Taking The Fifth Grade" had its third segment taking place on Halloween where Spinelli decides she's too old for Halloween traditions and nearly ruins it for her friends.
* ''WesternAnimation/TheWeekenders'' has Tino's friends refuse to go trick-or-treating with him so he comes up with an elaborate prank to scare them on Halloween anyway.
* In ''WesternAnimation/SabrinaTheAnimatedSeries'' there was a similar plot to the live action's season 2 episode, with Sabrina and Gem competing to have better Halloween parties and Sabrina ends up summoning real ghouls from the Netherworld to help her out.
* ''WesternAnimation/PepperAnn'' had Pepper Ann and Milo get ready for trick-or-treating, only for Pepper Ann to consider the two of them too old after all of their classmates tell her that they don't plan to trick-or-treat. [[spoiler: Pepper Ann and Milo go in spite of this, and an ending montage reveals that their classmates secretly joined in.]]
* The ''WesternAnimation/GravityFalls'' episode "Summerween" explores [[YouMeanXmas Summerween]], a second Halloween in the summer because Gravity Falls loves the holiday that much. Soos tells the legend of the Summerween Trickster, a phantom who kills those who do not accept the holiday. Dipper, wanting to attend a party instead of trick-or-treat, attracts the Trickster who holds the lives of he and his friends in the balance in exchange for five hundred pieces of candy. [[NightmareFuel/GravityFalls Knock knock, indeed]].
* "WesternAnimation/TheSmurfs Halloween Special" was really a regular Saturday-morning cartoon episode, and it was mostly about celebrating Jokey's birthday, though one of the subplots is that Hogatha the witch wants to celebrate Halloween by scaring little children, only for her holiday to be ruined by one of Gargamel's spells. There's also "Monster Smurfs", where the Smurfs celebrated a similar holiday called Spook-A-Smurf Eve.
** ''[[WesternAnimation/TheSmurfsTheLegendOfSmurfyHollow The Smurfs: The Legend Of Smurfy Hollow]]'' is this for ''Film/TheSmurfs'' film series.
* The sixth episode of ''WesternAnimation/JackieChanAdventures''' fourth season, "Fright Fight Night" is set on Halloween, dealing with Paco being possessed by one of the [[PlotCoupons Oni masks]] and the heroes having to get it off before [[BigBad Tarakudo]] is able to corrupt him.
* ''WesternAnimation/AllGrownUp'''s Halloween Episode had Chuckie freaking out over the possibility that Tommy might have a crush on Kimi and so running off on his own on Halloween when there's dangerous teenage gangs about.
** The show also had two other horror-themed episodes that would have fit this trope, only they weren't set on Halloween. "Curse of Reptar" was an AffectionateParody of ''Poltergeist'' and "Interview With A Campfire" had the kids get lost in a colonial mine that was said to be haunted.
* ''WesternAnimation/ElTigre'' episode "The Grave Escape"; Taking place on ''Dia De Los Muertos'', Manny feels he's getting too old for the holiday (Despite his father and Grandpapi being all for it) when Sartana of the Dead attacks with a monster formed from Miracle City's unremembered dead("Sartana of the Dead!?" Cries Rodolpho, "Attacking on the Day of the Dead!? Actually, that makes sense."). Manny and Frida end up getting sent down to the Land of the Dead, where they recruit Riveras from the past to get back to the surface in order to defeat Sartana, including the original [[LegacyCharacter El Tigre]], which does prove that (For Manny) indecision ''does'' run in the family.
* Despite being predated by 4 months in the US and one month in Canada, the ''WesternAnimation/{{Grojband}}'' episode "Dance of the Dead" takes place during Halloween night.
* ''WesternAnimation/BobsBurgers'' - one episode has the kids trick-or-treating without the parents for the first time. They take the ferry to the greener pastures of the island where the rich families live. Another episode has them miss Halloween altogether when they get stuck in their alleyway cardboard box fort at the mercy of a creepy classmate of Louise's.
* ''WesternAnimation/TheVentureBros'' has the ''A Very Venture Halloween'' special. Interesting in that it is a SynchronousEpisodes with the Season 5 premiere ''What Color is Your Cleansuit?'', taking place entirely with the first "commercial break" of that episode. It also contains one of the biggest plot revelations in the series so far despite being a "special" episode, namely that [[spoiler: Dean finds out that he and Hank are clones]].
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