The Simpsons Season 34 Episode 5: Treehouse of Horror “Not It”

The Simpsons Season 34 Episode 5: Treehouse of Horror

“The Simpsons” is the longest-running primetime sitcom in television history and was renewed through Season 34 in 2021. The program has won 34 Emmy Awards over the course of its run.  It continues to promise many firsts after more than three decades on television. The most thrilling aspect of Halloween will likely be the two “Treehouse of Horror” episodes.   A new preview for The Simpsons season 34 Episode 5 has been added on www.tvacute.com, which you can see below.

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The Simpsons Season 34 Episode 5 Recap

The Simpsons season 34 episode 5 Spoilers

The Simpsons  Season 34’s fifth episode, titled “Not It,” is the 733rd episode overall.  The Simpsons dedicate an entire Halloween episode to one story, and it’s a big one: Stephen King’s It, which required two full movies to adapt. A young Barney is attacked by Krusto the Clown in Kingfield, a parody of Springfield filled with many King inside jokes. This leads to a conflict with the Losers Club, which is made up of young Homer, a tomboy Marge, Carl, Moe, and Comic Book Guy. In a bizarre universe where even Bart and Lisa’s personalities have changed, they’re all back at it 27 years later. Don’t worry if you miss the previous format. On October 30, a classic “Treehouse of Horror” trilogy will air.

The Simpsons Episode 34.05 Synopsis:  When a supernatural clown starts slaying the children of Kingfield, young Homer Simpson teams up with other middle school misfits to face their fears and defeat the mysterious monster.

The Simpsons Season 34 Episode 5 Release Date

The Simpsons Season 34 Episode 5 will air on FOX on Sunday, October 23, 2022, at 5 p.m. PT/8 p.m. ET.  If you miss Fox’s broadcast, the next episode is available to watch on Sling Tv, Fubo TV, YouTube TV, DirecTV, Amazon Prime Video, and Disney+. Through the spring of 2023, a new episode of the 22-episode season will be released every week.

The Simpsons Season 34 Episode 4 Recap

The opening scene of The Simpsons season 34 episode 4 is Krusty the Clown arguing with his boss over the phone. He does not desire to amuse the children at Kelly Clarkson’s housewarming celebration. He apparently lost all of his money watching non-funny television, so he kind of has to do things he doesn’t like. Kids are playing on their phones at Kelly’s house, and Krusty is upset at being left out. He meets daytime producer Lindsey Neagle while using the restroom. She gives him a job, but she wants him to make the party’s moms dance to show that he has what it takes. Krusty grudgingly decides to try it out even though he is already dissatisfied with his employment. She is awestruck by his dance abilities. Recent Videos from Us Marge is questioned about her lifestyle choices by a dog that appears on dog food at the grocery store. She participates in the focus group Lindsey is moderating. Marge dazzles Lindsey with her outrageous TV show suggestions. Her annoying suggestions include amusing bed-making blunders, tweens explaining TikTok to carpool mothers, and candle unwrapping and smelling. She is employed as a producer of segments. An ex-employee cautions her that she is trading her soul for the position and won’t leave there unchanged.

Marge is revved up and eager to get started. She likes eating salads with dressing in her new cabin. Krusty is currently getting ready to host the chat show and do an outstanding job. Lindsey responds to Krusty’s query about why he doesn’t have any humour in his screenplay by explaining that his role is to simply be polite. So that’s it. Initially insecure, Krusty soon realises that people really go bonkers over everything and would laugh and whoop at pointless things. Marge feels appreciated for her efforts, but she soon notices that the office is toxic. Due to her office job, Marge leaves Homer for supper at a restaurant. She is overloaded with work and eventually gets ensnared in a web of demands for output. The absurdity keeps going. Homer worries that Marge is becoming lost because of the work and informs her of his worries. Marge, however, tries to mask her genuine feelings as the production goes on. Unsurprisingly, Krusty’s show is receiving criticism for having a terrible workplace environment. Krusty responds by making an unapologetic statement that the programme writers had prepared for him. When Marge’s conscience finally seizes the initiative, she stands up to speak candidly about the programme. Krusty accepts responsibility for any negative events. He then explains to Marge that he only did so because he had another show. Marge confides to her family back home that raising her family is her favorite profession.

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