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This was by far, one of the funniest couch gags I've seen in my history of 'The Simpsons', despite it not being a legitimate couch gag. I'm not sure if it makes me sick in the mind or not, but seeing the family unintentionally killing each other was hilarious. I'm glad they revisited Maggie and Marge running into Homer in the new HD opening, and that in this case he survived and literally went straight through the door, leaving a Homer-Shaped Hole.
I liked this because it features Snake, whom I believe, isn't used much and that he and Homer merged causing the latter to murder two of his friends and attempt to kill his son (I didn't like it because of this, I liked it for the reason it was 'Halloweeny' as it were). My fourth favourite character (Chief Wiggum) appeared in this, and he said one of my favourite lines in Season 10: "Homer Simpson you are under arrest for the murders of Moe Szyslak and Apu Nahasa-pasa... Nah, just Moe, just Moe.". It had a, sort of, heart-warming ending, Homer and Bart saying they love each other and Maggie getting a 'Teddy Hair'. Geddit?
I like Itchy & Scratchy, so I'm glad they based a ToH segment from them, I thought it ironic to see Scratchy bent on murder with Itchy, but hilarious all the same. I liked seeing Poochie again,since he's 'funny because he's not funny' and the mock of 'hipsters'. The ending was nice, because Itchy and Scratchy got a new home... with a slight drawback: Itchy is stuck on a hamster-wheel and Scratchy has to be neutered.
This, in my opinion was the least horror themed segment, but had Kang and Kodos in, so that was a nice touch. It revealed Maggie's dark past, being the daughter of an alien and Marge, Homer and Kang going on a talk-show and ending up attacking each other, including Jerry Springer. Then there's Maggie losing her 'baby legs' ,speaking like a guy and asking to drive.
I liked this, because it was a 'Maggie' based episode, it showed the sense of greed in the family, but they then realised their daughter's love for the bear was more important than their own selfish desires. The Springfield Mob realised that a small girl's happiness couldn't amount to a Television programme. It had a very heartwarming ending, which I feel they don't have enough of in cartoons nowadays, Maggie gave Mr Burns his cherished childhood teddy bear back, not caring for a reward, only that it made Mr Burns happy, and in the end, isn't that the most important thing?
Marge and Lisa never have a chance to be 'girly' so this made a change to the series, (I say this as a guy) it had nice cameos of the Blue-haired Lawyer and Homer in between segments. It revealed something I didn't need to know about the BHL. 'shudder' But anyway, onto the segments!
This was surprisingly quite a learning experience for me, it taught me about the Spanish Armada whilst humouring me. Many humourous features was that an idiot such as Ralph could become King of Austria and that Julio, of Spain. That's kind of it for this segment. Not quite sure how to round it off.
As the BHL said, this plot was very similar to the Disney 'Snow White' particularly the 'Ho Hi' song(s) and the -y suffixes on the Dwarves' names, except Doc-Tor Hibbert, who was based off Doc. I felt this was a nice Simpson-ish adaption to the original story, and Tress MacNeille played the Evil Queen very well and the ending was awesome. The Evil Queen forcing Snow to eat the apple, the Dwarves just happening to come in and her being eaten by herbivorous animals, then came the "twist", Snow didn't get given the Kiss of Life, but was revived by a female doctor.
This story had Marge as a villain, and I must say, I believe the producers were planning this since 2006, in the Season 9 DVD, Yeardly Smith wanted Marge to go on a killing spree and, even though it wasn't her per se killing the characters, she was forcing Homer to. And Homer wanted to do the honest thing and learn his lines. I liked this segment because they were behaving bizarrely out of character.
I'll be honest with you. I didn't really like this segment. Not because it had unfunny lines and Maggie speaking (both of which I found awesome), but because it was obviously a time-filler. However, there was a funny scene t'wards the end with a poster saying "Homer Simpson Stars As Macbeth". An obvious call-back to the previous segment.
What can I say? I've been a fan of Bart since I first started watching the show. Everything about Bart is great, except that he's not really considerate towards Lisa in certain episodes. Bart episodes, or episodes where Bart is a key character are ususally really funny, especially Sideshow Bob episodes. However, as time goes on, he becomes more predictable with his pranks, not that that makes him a bad character or anything, just that he's less funny than mid-series.