The Simpsons' new 'Treehouse of Horror' (its 31st... yes, thirty-first!) has unleashed its chilling teaser trailer.
In typical Springfield fashion, lines like "Happy Halloweeno, neighbourino!" are floating around amongst the creepy animation.
Shared ahead of the episode's premiere in the US tomorrow (October 18), the trailer's tagline questions: "Can 2020 get any scarier?"
As you'll see below, this upcoming Halloween special features skeletons riding into battle, face masks and a Toy Story-esque nightmare.
Gear up for the "new normal", Simpsons-style.
The Simpsons' 'Treehouse of Horror XXXI' airs on Fox in the US at 8pm ET/PT on Sunday (October 18).
Can 2020 get any scarier? 😱— TheSimpsons (@TheSimpsons) October 15, 2020
Find out in a sweet new Treehouse of Horror this Sunday! pic.twitter.com/GeWpl9eZNa
Meanwhile, longtime producer and writer Mike Scully previously weighed in on the lyrics he wrote for the song 'See My Vest' – sung by Mr Burns in classic episode 'Two Dozen and One Greyhounds'.
"I'd never written a song for a show before, so it was kind of terrifying. I didn't know anything about writing music. So I basically took the liberty of stealing a song from Disney," he confessed.
Tipping his hat to Beauty and the Beast, Scully added: "I basically kind of stole the tune from 'Be Our Guest'. Once I had the 'see my vest' and I knew what the melody was, it was easier to start writing lyrics that fit the tune."
The Simpsons is available to watch on Disney+ in the US and the UK.
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