The 15 Best Simpsons Treehouses for Horror Segments, Rated

Making Ned Flanders the devil is just one of the many inspired choices behind this segment. This is a story that takes something core to Homer’s character (his gluttony) and takes it to its logical extreme. Homer has so little willpower that he really wants to dedicate his soul to a donut.

The famous “Simpsons” writer John Swartzwelder once said that Homer was essentially a giant talking dog, in that he was only interested in satisfying his immediate urges, and as a result he can go from sad to happy happy within seconds. . “If you write him as a dog, you can never be wrong,” says Swartzwelder, and that’s why this segment works.

Of course, Homer wasn’t as stupid as a dog; he managed to overcome the devil in a short time. But surely, while drowsily searching for a midnight snack, he forgot the consequences of finishing his last donut, and so the devil won in the end. Or is it him? A lot happens in this segment, and it’s all great.

It seems bold to place this as the #1 segment out of 300+ entries, but honestly, it’s an easy choice. Funny, spooky and surprisingly touching in points. “Homer vs the Devil” has it all. The 15 Best Simpsons Treehouses for Horror Segments, Rated

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