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Treehouse of Horror XV
All's Fair in Oven War
Sleeping with the Enemy

Trivia Edit

  • Thomas Pynchon, an author famous for being a recluse, looks just like he did in "Diatribe of a Mad Housewife" with a paper bag over his head.
  • Homer calls Milhouse "Milton" in this episode; Bart called Martin Prince "Milton" in the episode "Bart on the Road".
  • The headline "Father of eight missing" and a picture of Apu appear on the front page of the newspaper that Marge is reading. This happens shortly after Apu "jokes" about leaving his family and changing his name.
  • It takes two years for the contractor to rebuild the kitchen; however, nobody has appeared to have aged.
  • The kitchen is back to normal in the next episode.
  • After Homer's Playdude magazines have been cut out by Marge, the women on the front covers are already cut out, but after Bart and Milhouse find the magazines in the trash, the women on the front covers have not been cut out.
  • When airing on Channel 4 in the UK, the final scene of the Hillbillies’ shooting was cut when Brandine got out of the car.
  • This is the second episode where Homer was set alight after walking into a device. The first was "Treehouse of Horror VIII".

Cultural References Edit

  • The title is a play on the phrase "All's fair in love and war."
  • Bart and Milhouse listen to "Boplicity" by Miles Davis on a record player while reading Playdude.
  • The scene where Caan is gunned down at a tollbooth is cartoon reenactment of a scene in The Godfather in which Caan's character Sonny is killed. This scene has already been parodied in The Simpsons many times, such as when Bart is pelted with snowballs in Mr. Plow.
  • The music Bart's friends play in his treehouse is "Take Five" by Paul Desmond.
  • The music Homer asks himself to turn down is the classic 80's power ballad "Separate Ways" by Journey.


Season 15 Season 16 References/Trivia Season 17
Treehouse of Horror XVAll's Fair in Oven WarSleeping with the EnemyShe Used to Be My GirlFat Man and Little BoyMidnight RxMommie BeerestHomer and Ned's Hail Mary PassPranksta RapThere's Something About MarryingOn a Clear Day I Can't See My SisterGoo Goo Gai PanMobile HomerThe Seven-Beer SnitchFuture-DramaDon't Fear the RooferThe Heartbroke KidA Star is TornThank God It's DoomsdayHome Away from HomerThe Father, the Son and the Holy Guest Star

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