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In this latest installment of satirical scares, Homer is a wandering spirit who must do one good deed before he can get into Heaven in "G-G-Ghost D-D-Dad", Bart and Lisa see the dark side of "Happily Ever After" in "Scary Tales Can Come True", and the star attraction of a Sea World-style water park stages a war against humanity in "Night of the Dolphin".
Bart: It's approaching the podium!
Mel: Surely it cannot speak!
Snorky: (In high child's voice) Snorky... talk... man...
(Snorky clears his throat and reverts to deep male voice)
Snorky: I'm sorry, let me start over. Eons ago, dolphins lived on the land.
Moe: What did he say?
Carl: He said years ago, dolphins lived on the land.
Snorky: Then your ancestors drove us into the sea, where we suffered for millions of years.
Marge: But you seemed so happy in the ocean. All that playful leaping--
Snorky: We were trying to get out! It's cold, it's wet, every morning I wake up phlegmy.
Lisa: Plus all that sewage we keep dumping.
Snorky: That was you?
Homer: It was her alright. Take the one who wronged you!
Marge: Husband, without your weekly penitence, how shall we feed our children?
Homer: Don't worry. No child will ever starve in my home.
(At the edge of the Deep Dark Woods)
Homer; So long, kids!
(he throws Bart and Lisa into the woods)
Homer: Enjoy your new home. Say hi to your other brother and sister.
Bart: Other brother and sister?
(they see skeletons who look like them)
Lisa: Face it, they're not great parents.
Suzanne, the Witch: Stop your chattering and sweep! This house is filthy!
Bart: What'd you care? It's not like you have any friends.
Suzanne: I have a boyfriend!
Lisa&Bart: Pssht, yea, sure.
Suzanne: What? I do!
Lisa: Oh yea? What's his name?
Suzanne: George.. *looks at the cauldron* Cauldron.
Lisa: "George Cauldron"? Maybe he can fix me up with Ed Ladle!