20 Animated ‘Simpsons’ GIFs for Halloween
Everybody loves the Simpsons, and every year, on Halloween, we get the 'Treehouse of Horror,' which usually showcases a wackier side of the writing staff (than usual). From filler Krusty dolls to 3D belching and Marge's batty hairdo, we found 20 awesome GIFs to make your Halloween. (Warning: flashing animation ahead. Also, tons of fat jokes.)
We always knew that Homer was an enormous ape. Now we finally have the proof.
One of the few times 'The Simpsons' attempted social realism, with an episode showing the plight of toy store workers, who are viciously attacked by animate, hostile toys in enormous numbers every year. It won them an Independent Spirit Award, but bombed in the ratings, so they went back to just being funny.
Below, proof 'The Simpsons' predicted belching in 3D was a moneymaker well before 'Shrek' came along.
OK, we can't be the only people who saw that and instantly thought "It's Catdog!"
What's sad is that we're not sure this isn't how Homer gets frisky with Marge on the actual show.
To be fair to Homer, he handled being trapped in the hotel full of nightmarish creatures a lot better than Jack Nicholson did.
Yeah, this pretty much describes how it feels going into work every single day.
Yeah, there's a house like that down the street from The FW's offices. Hellish screams escape from it, and people who walk in leave gibbering in fear. But we think it probably has more to do with the racy mural of 'The Golden Girls' than the transdimensional portal.
You do have to feel kind of bad for him, if for no other reason than he could probably stay aloft without that blood belly.
Well, at least there's plenty of Duff in the fridge, guys.
We know this is a reference to the classic horror film 'Poltergeist,' but it also doubles as a neat disco house.
We don't know. For an intro, it seems kind of bony.
Honestly, this really explains a lot about how Marge keeps her hair clean. Not how she keeps it up, though, aside from tons of hairspray.
If we're really being honest, this really seems the most likely scenario. Well, for Homer and Bart, anyway.
We have to admit, we nerdily love this episode for combing two great killer doll stories: "Talky Tina" from 'The Twilight Zone,' and the Zuni fetish doll from the Trilogy of Terror. But Krusty is scarier than either of them, in the end.
We're glad they avoided the creepiest parts of 'The Exorcist,' cause that would have been...horribly wrong.
Sometimes the simple things are the best.
Although we suspect Lisa not doing this because she's got our commute.
OK, so it isn't quite the Grim Reaper from 'Family Guy.' But you have to admit, the Angel of Death needs to put his feet up like everyone else.
Well, OK, maybe you will.