- Director:Mark Kirkland
- Writer:Matt Groening,James L. Brooks
- Cast:Dan Castellaneta,Julie Kavner,Nancy Cartwright
|Episode cast overview:|
|Dan Castellaneta||-||Homer Simpson / French President / Sideshow Mel / Mayor Quimby (voice) (as Damned Cast-In-Hell-Dead-Aaah!)|
|Julie Kavner||-||Marge Simpson / Patty Bouvier / Selma Bouvier (voice) (as Ghoulie Kavner)|
|Nancy Cartwright||-||Bart Simpson / Todd Flanders / Ralph Wiggum (voice) (as Nocturnal Nancy Frightwright)|
|Yeardley Smith||-||Lisa Simpson (voice) (as Your Mom)|
|Hank Azaria||-||Comic Book Guy / Professor Frink / Moe Szyslak / Chief Wiggum / The Sea Captain (voice) (as Hack Azaria)|
|Harry Shearer||-||Fox Censor / Kent Brockman / Herman / Principal Skinner / Ned Flanders / Reverend Lovejoy / Lenny / Kang (voice)|
|Marcia Wallace||-||Edna Krabappel (voice) (as Macabre Wallace)|
|Pamela Hayden||-||Rod Flanders (voice) (as Hatchet Head Hayden)|
|Tress MacNeille||-||Agnes Skinner (voice) (as Terrifying Tress MacNeille)|
|Maggie Roswell||-||Maude Flanders (voice) (as Maggie 'Area 51' Roswell)|
The Comic Book Guy's line "Oohh, I've wasted my life..." just before his doom is creator Matt Groening's favorite line.
In "Easy Bake Coven", the unnamed character portrayed by Edna Krabbapel has a red "A" upon her frock. This is a reference to the main character in the book, 'The Scarlet Letter'. In the book, the "A" stands for adultery, and the woman is made to wear it by the townspeople as punishment for committing this crime. The implication that Mrs. Krabbapel's character is likewise an adulteress fits with the series' numerous hints that Mrs.Krabbapel has had many lovers.
In "Easy Bake Coven" Patty and Selman say to Marge, "So you finally left Derwood." This is a reference to the TV show, Bewitched.
In Fly vs Fly the part where Bart uses the telepoters to mix the cat and dog is a reference to a deleted scene of the Fly (1986) when Brundlefly uses his teleporter to mix a Baboon and a stray cat with horrific results.
Principal Skinner appears in all three parts. However, in Fly Vs Fly it is in a deleted scene.
In the Simpsons movie, Comic Book Guy's opinion on his life is the opposite as he contemplates his death, that it was worthwhile reading comics, not a waste.