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Dexter Visits Treehouse of Horror
It’s an annual tradition for The Simpsons to air its Halloween themed episode “Tree House of Horror” and this year will have a little Dexter mixed in. In case you’re not familiar with these episodes, they’re split in to three separate segments, usually a parody of a popular horror, science fiction or fantasy film. Since it’s Halloween, the violence is stepped up a notch and has no ties to regular continuity.
“Treehouse of Horror XXII” is airing as part of the 23rd season. One of the segments will be a parody of Showtime’s Dexter. You can see a clip of the episode over at EW. It features Ned Flanders in the role of Dexter in a version of Dexter’s opening credits. In keeping with the character, Flanders believes he’s been sent on a mission from God to kill the townspeople of Springfield. On a personal level, as long as Flanders gets to cut up Homer then this episode will be a success. Revenge is sweet, and Flanders deserves to get some.
Sounds hilarious. It’s amazing that The Simpsons has been on air for 22 years and still manages to come up with ideas like this. Sure, the quality isn’t what it used to be like in the earlier days of the show, but occasionally you get a glimpse of its former glory. The “Treehouse of Horror” episodes are usually some of the best. I have fond memories as a kid watching Kang and Kudos impersonate Bill Clayton and Bob Dole running against each other in 1996 election. Classic stuff folks.