The Treehouse Guys - Netflix

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For B'fer Roth and his band of "tree musketeers", no job is too big, or too high. We follow The Treehouse Guys as they construct the perfect treetop retreat for the Henkin family. Perched in the Monkey Pod trees over Kaneohe Bay on the island of Oahu, Hawaii, the boys will build a one-of-a-kind home that's not just in the trees - it's OF the trees.

The Treehouse Guys - Netflix

Type: Reality

Languages: English

Status: Running

Runtime: 60 minutes

Premier: 2014-06-13

The Treehouse Guys - Treehouse of Horror XXIV - Netflix

“Treehouse of Horror XXIV” is the second episode of the 25th season of the American animated sitcom The Simpsons, and the 532nd episode of the series. It originally aired on the Fox network in the United States on October 6, 2013. The episode was written by Jeff Westbrook and directed by Rob Oliver.

The Treehouse Guys - Oh, the Places You'll D'oh! - Netflix

It is Halloween night in a Dr. Seussian take on Springfield. The Simpson children are home with the mumps and deep down in the dumps, because that makes them unable to go trick-or-treating with the other kids. Once their mother Marge (in a Catwoman costume that every other woman—and Comic Book Guy, who wore it not knowing it's Halloween—is wearing) leaves for a costume party and tells them their father Homer (in a Batman costume) is already gone for an Halloween buffet at Moe's tavern, they are visited by The Cat in the Hat who gives them vaccinations so he can take them out to get candy for them and beer for their parents (which their mother Marge never tried drinking). However, instead of helping the children get their treats, he takes them on a casual rampage of death and destruction: blowing up Mr. Burns's mansion and feeding his pet buzzard to a homeless shelter; robbing Moe at his own place (where the Halloween buffet their father Homer attends, is hosted), skinning him and using his flayed skin as a scarf; robbing Apu and forcing him to spend time with his wife and a fierce babysitter named Paola; killing the Twrinches (Patty and Selma) at their DMV jobplace and tossing car licenses to people waiting in line; blowing up town hall while wearing a Guy Fawkes mask; and committing “aggravated floop-fluffel-cide” using Ralph Wiggum as bait. The children are alarmed at those events and manage to elude him with the aid of several monstruous animals; a “Three-Humped Gumbammel” (a Barney Gumble-esque camel who is real fast and humble, doesn't take tips and is never a grumbler), a “Krustiferous Krumbull” (a Krusty-esque bull), and finally, the Spanish-speaking “Bee-Men of Bumble” (a human-sized Bumblebee Man-esque bee with multicolored stripes on his body). However, their psychotic guide is waiting inside for them when they get home and gloats that he will never leave them right before baby Maggie stabs the Cat in the chest with his own umbrella. Fat then dies with the words “I'm frightened of nothing, not even hellfires. Just don't let me ever be played by Mike Myers.” Marge and Homer both come home, unaware of what happened, and the children fake their mumps on the sofa by stuffing the collected candy in their mouths and have turned the Cat into a petticoat-like carpet. The segment then ends with a slide saying that Fat would eventually return in the fictional sequel “The Fat in The Hat Pledges a Frat”.

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