The series begins with the eagerly anticipated Halloween episode, Treehouse Of Horror XIV.
What does TOH stand for?
TOH stands for Treehouse of Horror (The Simpsons)
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We have 23 other meanings of TOH in our Acronym Attic
- Time Overhead
- Tomah (Amtrak station code; Tomah, WI)
- Top of Hour
- Top Of the Hill
- Touch of Home (Philippines)
- Tournament of Honor (gaming)
- Tower of Hanoi (mathematical game)
- Town of Hempstead
- Transient Osteoporosis of the Hip (medical disorder)
- Transport Overhead (SONET)
- Trip Out of Hole (oil industry)
- True of Heart (gaming)
- Texas Oral History Association (Baylor University; Waco, TX)
- Teaching Online in Higher Education
- Tiny Office Home Office
- Tertiary Order of the Holy Paraclete (Anglican Church)
- Tower of Hanoi Puzzle (memory test)
- Transmit Overhead Processor (Nortel)
- Trials of Hypertension Prevention
Samples in periodicals archive:
The Treehouse of Horror episode where Homer becomes 3D for the first time.
Bart embarks on an illfated boy-band odyssey that brings him into contact with pop sensations 'N Sync, Lisa gets in touch with her inner eco-warrior and the entire Simpsons clan gets a scare in the annual Hallowe'en episode, Treehouse Of Horror.
Treehouse of Horror THERE have been 17 Halloween specials, titled Treehouses of Horror I to XVII, each with three spooky tales.
As for tonight, the old gang will be keeping their fans happy with an episode entitled Treehouse of Horror XIII.
The program kicks off in time for both the holiday and THE SIMPSONS nail-biting annual special, Treehouse of Horror XIII, which airs November 3, 2002 on FOX.
Julius Hibbert; Kang and Kodos; Blinky, the three-eyed fish; Comic Book Guy; Lionel Hutz and Kent Brockman), more celebrity guest stars (Jon Lovitz; Danny DeVito;Tony Bennett; Ringo Starr), the debut of the Treehouse Of Horror Halloween specials, and the chart topping song, Do The Bartman.
Today's four episodes are all Treehouse Of Horror specials, with 12 spooky stories between them.