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The Simpsons Season 34 Episode 6: Where to Watch?

The Simpsons Season 34 Episode 6 is the 6th episode of this season. It’s been more than 33 years since the show’s first episode aired.

Matt Groening developed the American animated series The Simpsons for the Fox Broadcasting Company. The Simpson family comprises Homer, Marge, Bart, Lisa, and Maggie and serves as the series’ satirical representative of everyday life in America. The program mocks American culture and society, television, and the human condition while taking place in the fictitious town of Springfield.

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The Simpsons Season 34 Episode 6 Release Date

The Simpsons Season 34 Episode 6 is releasing on October 12, 2022, at 8 pm US on FOX. The official title of this episode is ‘Treehouse Of Horror XXXIII‘ and it will be 25 minutes long.

Want to know what will happen in the Season 34 Episode 6 of ‘The Simpsons’? Keep reading, we have put together every detail you need to know.

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The Simpsons Season 34 Episode 6, Where to Watch?

FOX users can watch The Simpsons Season 34 Episode 6 Online by visiting FOX’s official site here. Other streaming services where you can watch Episode 2 of The Simpsons Season 33 online are fuboTV, Disney+ and FX Now. You can also watch the episode on Hulu (Free Trial).

Unable to access, location restricted, or want to watch it for free. Don’t worry, we got you covered.

Watch ‘The Simpsons Season 34 Episode 6’ Free on Amazon Prime Video (30-days free trial).

You can also stream on Paramount+ (7-days free trial) or you can watch online here.

The Simpsons Season 34 Episode 6 Spoilers

The Official summary of this episode is – “Marge’s resentment takes monstrous form; Lisa tries to save the planet through murder; Homer learns he’s not the man he thought he was.” Episode 3 of The Simpsons Season 33 is also worth watching.

The Simpsons Season 34 Episode 5 Recap

Episode “Not It” started with twenty-seven years ago, the terrifying Krusto, the clown, who is abducting and murdering children, was stalking the city of Kingfield. An adolescent, Homer searches for Barney when he disappears. A group of thugs catch Homer returning from putting the posters and beat him. Homer is saved from the bullies by a bunch of youngsters, including Marge, and soon after that, he falls in love with her.

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Homer admits to having seen the clown. Marge and others acknowledge that the clown has been haunting them as well. The crew decides to discover the true identity of the enigmatic Krusto, the clown. Homer composes a beautiful piece of poetry for Marge at the library, but he doesn’t deliver it to her. The buddies learn that the clown used to host several bizarre programs but wasn’t entertaining in any of them. Marge continues by saying that Krusto only visits once every 27 years and that when he arrives, he eats kids.

Comic Book Guy gets attacked by a clown that appears on the TV screen, but Marge and Homer defend him and make the clown go. Homer writes a letter to Marge, which Comic Book Guy takes. Krusto confronts the youngsters once again, but they manage to defeat him. The gang agrees that they will come together and destroy Krusto no matter what if he reappears after 287 years.

After discovering the poetry Comic Book Guy took, Marge kisses him. She expresses her desire to live with him for the rest of her days. Homer is devastated.

Krusto, the clown, is back in the present and is pursuing adolescents. Homer summons the other pact members to gather for the mission when he learns of the adolescent killings. Everyone agrees, except Comic Book Guy—husband—doesn’t Marge’s want to participate. Despite Comic Book Guy’s objections, Marge departs to join the effort to murder the clown.

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Marge is participating in a conversation with the group when Comic Book Guy arrives to pick her up with his children, Lisa and Bart. The clown kidnaps the children and issues a warning to everyone. Homer’s crew pursues the clown under his leadership. The clown informs Marge that he did not write the poem in response to Comic Book Guy, who has angered him. Homer tells Marge about his emotions for her in private.

Comic Book Guy throws himself into the clown’s mouth to help Marge as she tries to liberate the clown’s dead audience. Krusto is murdered, and the audience is set free. A little time afterward, Comic Book Guy passes away from wounds and regret.

After the clown’s death, they confess they sent two aliens aboard a spacecraft attempting to decide on their next assault on the human species.

Also, read Season 33 Episode 2 of The Simpsons.

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