- The beloved characters from the venerable show were represented in anime form in The Simpsons’ 33rd Treehouse of Horror episode, which aired Sunday night.
- The Simpsons essayist Carolyn Omine stated that the current year’s Treehouse of Ghastliness would contain a lot of Hidden treats in front of Sunday night’s Halloween episode.
The Simpsons’ 33rd Treehouse of Horror episode broadcasted Sunday night and included an anime form of the long-running show’s cherished characters.
The subsequent portion, named “Passing Book,” was a spoof of the Japanese manga series Demise Note, by Tsugumi Ohba and Takeshi Obata, about a high schooler who comes into ownership of a supernatural journal that enables him to kill anyone whose name he enters in it.
In the Simpsons form, Lisa goes on a killing binge as the contemplative center offspring of the family thinks of various imaginative ways of killing off Mr. Consumes and representatives of his company Globo-Warm. They have plans to dissolve the polar icecap.
Eventually, Lisa’s series of murders is uncovered by Bart, or El Barto, who looks into her “equity binge” by perusing her journal. What’s more, when Lisa nearly kept in touch with her sibling’s name in the Demise book, she understood she had been tainted.
Watchers adored the anime variant of the show’s notorious characters and took to Twitter inquiring whether a whole anime-style series could be made.
In front of Sunday night’s Halloween episode, Simpson’s essayist Carolyn Omine expressed that the current year’s Treehouse of Ghastliness will contain a lot of Hidden treats. Watchers cherished the Tokyo rendition of Krusty Burger and Duff Lager, yet they likewise cherished the third portion of the episode, called “Simpsons World,” which was a farce of Westworld.