The Simpsons - Season 22 Episode 4 : Treehouse of Horror XXI

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"Treehouse of Horror XXI" is the fourth episode of The Simpsons' twenty-second season. It first aired on the Fox network in the United States on November 7, 2010. This is the 21st Treehouse of Horror episode, and, like the other "Treehouse of Horror" episodes, consisted of three self-contained segments: In "War and Pieces", Bart and Milhouse discover a real-life board game that they must win to return home; in "Master and Cadaver", Marge and Homer go on a honeymoon on a sailboat, and rescue a mysterious castaway named Roger; and in "Tweenlight", Lisa falls in love with a vampire named Edmund. "Treehouse of Horror XXI" was written by Joel H. Cohen and directed by Bob Anderson. Daniel Radcliffe and Hugh Laurie both guest starred in the episode. The first segment references Jumanji, the second is a loose parody of Dead Calm and the third satirizes the Twilight novel and film series. The episode also contains references to The Office, A Clockwork Orange and Sesame Street. In its original airing on the Fox Network during the November sweeps period, the episode had a 3.7 Nielsen rating viewed in approximately 8.2 million homes. Critical opinion of the episode was mixed, with "Tweenlight" generally being regarded as the best of the three segments.

Title The Simpsons - Season 22 Episode 4 : Treehouse of Horror XXI
Alternative Titles Los Simpson, Die Simpsons, Los Simpson, Los Simpsons, The Simpsons, Simpsonlar oilasi
First Air Date 1989-12-17
Last Air Date 2019-12-01
Number of Episodes 672
Number of Seasons 31
Genres Animation, Comedy,
Networks FOX,
Casts Dan Castellaneta, Julie Kavner, Nancy Cartwright, Yeardley Smith, Hank Azaria, Harry Shearer
Homer Simpson
Homer Simpson
Dan Castellaneta
Marge Simpson
Marge Simpson
Julie Kavner
Bart Simpson
Bart Simpson
Nancy Cartwright
Lisa Simpson
Lisa Simpson
Yeardley Smith
Apu
Apu
Hank Azaria
Ned Flanders
Ned Flanders
Harry Shearer
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