Troy: [voiceover] When Homer Sold His Soul For A Donut, He Found Hell Isn't All It's Cracked Up To Be In These Never-before Broadcast Scenes.

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Troy: [voiceover] When Homer sold his soul for a donut, he found Hell
isn't all it's cracked up to be in these never-before broadcast
[a demon selects Homer's head from several and grips it]
[he rolls it down an alley as Homer's head screams]
[it hits the spiked pins and breaks open, revealing a note:
"IOU one brain, signed God"]
[at home, Marge reads the phone book]
Marge: Lawyers, lawyers, lawyers...oh! Lionel Hutz. "Cases won in 30
minutes or your pizza's free." Hmm.
Bart: I'd sell my soul for a formula one racing car.
[Satan Ned appears with a race car]
Ned: Heh heh heh, that can be arranged.
Bart: Changed my mind. Sorry.
[Ned vanishes] Cool!
Marge: Bart! Stop pestering Satan.
[after the trial]
Lizzie: Your Honor, we find that Homer Simpson's soul is legally the
property of Marge Simpson and not of the devil.
Ned: [disappointed] Oh.
Kids: Yay!
[the legions of Hell disappear]
Hutz: [walking around a corner] Well, I didn't win. Here's your
Marge: But we _did_ win!
Hutz: That's OK: the box is empty.
-- Some new footage in 1F04 ("Treehouse of Horror IV"),
"The Simpsons 138th Episode Spectacular"