Episode 1 : Treehouse of Horror II
In the second annual terror-themed trilogy, a monkey?s paw that grants wishes leads humanity to fall prey to sadistic space aliens. Also, Bart assumes incredible powers for mischief, turning Homer into a giant Jack-in-the-Box; and Mr. Burns puts Homer?s brain into a robot?s body ? only to discover the robot is now as lazy as Homer was.
Episode 2 : Treehouse of Horror V
Act 1: The Simpsons are employed on Mr. Burns? country estate ? and Homer goes insane. Act 2: Homer?s attempts to repair a toaster lead him repeatedly back into the past ? and he inadvertently changes the future. Act 3: The school cafeteria turns to an unusual source of food ? and schoolchildren start mysteriously disappearing.
Episode 3 : Treehouse of Horror VIII
In ?The Homega Man,? Homer must confront a post-apocalyptic Springfield. Bart becomes half-boy, half-fly in ?Fly vs. Fly.? And we learn a shocking secret about Marge and her sisters in ?Easy-Bake Coven.?
Episode 4 : Treehouse of Horror XI
In this annual three-part horror-themed trilogy, a dead Homer attempts to enter Heaven by doing one good deed, intelligent dolphins wage war on mankind, and Bart and Lisa become a Hansel and Gretel, avoiding a terrible fate with the aid of a book of fairy tales.
Episode 5 : Treehouse of Horror XIV
In this annual Halloween horror-fest, Homer is excited to inherit the powers of the grim reaper, until he discovers he has to kill Marge, Professor Frink reanimates the body of his father (voiced by Jerry Lewis) but then discovers his father has become a Monster, and Bart and Milhouse find a stopwatch that allows them to stop time but soon find it boring.
Episode 6 : Treehouse of Horror XVII
In this lucky 17th annual Treehouse of Horror, Homer becomes an insatiable blob, and when Dr. Phil tries to cure him he is eaten as well; Bart discovers a Golem from Jewish mythology and uses it to do his bidding; and aliens invade the earth during a scare caused by Orson Welles' classic Halloween radio broadcast.
Episode 101 : Animatic With Illustrated Commentary
Animatic with Illustrated Commentary by Simpsons Creator Matt Groening, uberdirectors David Silverman ("Monsters, Inc," "The Simpsons Movie") and Jim Reardon ("Wall-E").