For B'fer Roth and his band of "tree musketeers", no job is too big, or too high. We follow The Treehouse Guys as they construct the perfect treetop retreat for the Henkin family. Perched in the Monkey Pod trees over Kaneohe Bay on the island of Oahu, Hawaii, the boys will build a one-of-a-kind home that's not just in the trees - it's OF the trees.

The Treehouse Guys - Netflix

Type: Reality

Languages: English

Status: Running

Runtime: 60 minutes

Premier: 2014-06-13

The Treehouse Guys - Treehouse of Horror VIII - Netflix

“Treehouse of Horror VIII” is the fourth episode of The Simpsons' ninth season. It first aired on the Fox network in the United States on October 26, 1997. In the eighth annual Treehouse of Horror episode, Homer Simpson is the last man left alive when a neutron bomb destroys Springfield until a gang of mutants come after him, Homer buys a transporter that Bart uses to switch bodies with a housefly, and Marge is accused of witchcraft in a Puritan rendition of Springfield in 1649. It was written by Mike Scully, David X. Cohen and Ned Goldreyer, and was directed by Mark Kirkland.

The Treehouse Guys - Production - Netflix

“The HΩmega Man” was written by Mike Scully, “Fly Vs. Fly” was written by David X. Cohen, and “Easy-Bake Coven” was written by Ned Goldreyer. Large portions of the “Fly vs. Fly” segment were cut, including the original ending where the fly also emerges from the teleporter, but is considerably larger and the Simpson family ride it to the mall. The producers had trouble with the censors over several segments in this episode. The opening segment of the episode, which features a Fox censor named Fox Censor (pictured on the right) being stabbed to death, was pitched by David Mirkin and had a difficult time getting through the real-life censors. They had issues with the size of the knife and the sound effects used. Originally, the TV-rating was supposed to stab Censor with a dagger, but Fox objected because it was too gruesome and was changed to a cutlass. The censors also objected to an unaired scene where Homer does his naked church dance on an altar. The scene was reanimated so that Homer was dancing naked in the front row. This episode was the only Treehouse of Horror episode that was directed by Mark Kirkland. It was also the last episode Brad Bird worked on; he left the show to direct The Iron Giant. “Easy-Bake Coven” was storyboarded by Kirkland and the backgrounds were designed by Lance Wilder. Although Kang and Kodos make brief appearances in every Treehouse of Horror episode, their brief appearance in this one was nearly cut. David X. Cohen managed to persuade the producers to leave the scene in.

The Treehouse Guys - References - Netflix