Godzilla (1954) is a Japanese monster movie, directed by Ishiro Honda, starring the giant monster Godzilla. This movie spawned several sequels including a flopped American remake in 1998 and an American reboot in 2014 along with two cartoon series.
Matt Groening is a fan of the original Japanese film series.
|Image||Season||Episode number||Episode name||Description|
|7||134||"Treehouse of Horror VI"||In the segment "Attack of the 50 foot Eyesores", after Homer steals the Lard Lad's giant doughnut, he gets struck by lightning and comes to life. Then, he pulls his feet off the ground and stomps into the middle of the street, and emits Godzilla's trademark roar.|
|10||202||"Mayored to the Mob"||Godzilla signs autographs at the Bi-Mon-Sci-Fi-Con|
|10||226||"Thirty Minutes Over Tokyo"||The Simpson family's flight home is briefly interrupted by a monster attack on Tokyo, featuring Godzilla and other Japanese film monsters: Gamera, Rodan, and Mothra.|
|11||237||"Faith Off"||When Homer is thinking of a float for his college homecoming, one of his idea's is Godzilla vs. Superman. He shows a picture of it to Lisa who says "I think Godzilla is bigger than Superman".|
|17||360||"Treehouse of Horror XVI"||David Silverman's scary name is "Godzilla vs. Silverman".|
|20||435||"Wedding for Disaster"||While arguing, Homer calls Marge "Bridezilla" (combination of a bride and Godzilla) and Marge calls him "King Wrong" (combinations of King Kong and wrong). Maggie, watching their argue, imagines Marge as Godzilla and Homer as King Homer. The both then battle. Godzilla spits fire at King Kong and leaves. King Kong then starts drinking beer and reads a magazine Apes, turning back to Homer, who actually reads a magazine People.|
Behind the LaughterEdit
- In the 1998 American Movie Remake Godzilla, several Simpsons voice actors such as Nancy Cartwright (as a news worker), Hank Azaria (as Victor "Animal" Pilotti), and Harry Shearer (as Charles Caiman) appeared in the movie.