Often described as a tree whisperer by his clients, colleagues and contemporaries, Pete Nelson dedicates his life granting people's dreams of turning peaceful nooks in nature into the ultimate escapes. In Treehouse Masters, Nelson and his team execute the most outrageous treehouses designed to delight every whimsy, form and function. Whether he's contriving magnificent multi-bedroom treehouses with state-of-the-art kitchens and bathrooms or rendering simpler, peaceful one-room escapes, Nelson always goes out on a limb to create the most breathtaking treehouses with spectacular vistas.

Treehouse Masters - Netflix

Type: Reality

Languages: English

Status: Running

Runtime: 60 minutes

Premier: 2013-05-31

Treehouse Masters - Treehouse of Horror XVII - Netflix

“Treehouse of Horror XVII” is the fourth episode of The Simpsons' eighteenth season, and the seventeenth Treehouse of Horror episode. It originally aired on the Fox network in the United States on November 5, 2006. In “Married to the Blob”, Homer eats green extraterrestrial goo and morphs into a rampaging blob with an insatiable appetite; in “You Gotta Know When to Golem”, Bart uses Krusty's golem to wreak havoc on his tormentors; and in “The Day the Earth Looked Stupid”, the residents of an early-1930s Springfield refuse to believe news of an actual alien invasion after being duped by Orson Welles's War of the Worlds radio broadcast. It was written by Peter Gaffney and directed by David Silverman and Matthew C. Faughnan. Dr. Phil McGraw and Sir Mix-a-Lot guest star as themselves, Richard Lewis and Fran Drescher guest voice as the male and female Golems, respectively. In its original run, the episode received 10.43 million viewers.

Treehouse Masters - The Day the Earth Looked Stupid - Netflix

The population of Springfield are fooled by Orson Welles's infamous The War of the Worlds 1938 radio broadcast and believe the world has been invaded. Mass panic breaks out, and the citizens begin rioting. Marge voices her belief that the Martians will only destroy humans, so Sideshow Mel suggests they foil the aliens by cavorting naked in the mud like animals. They do this until the following day, when Lisa tells the citizens that it was all a hoax. Angry at being fooled, the citizens of Springfield vow to never fall for such a trick again. Meanwhile, Kang and Kodos, observing the entire event from their orbiting spaceship, decide this is the perfect time for a real invasion, and begin destroying what is left of the town. True to their word, the town does not believe that it is a real invasion and ignores it. Orson Welles comes to Springfield and admits it is not a staged act, but is unable to rouse the disbelieving citizens. The segment ends by jumping forward to three years later, with Kang and Kodos looking over the ruins of occupied Springfield and mulling on what went wrong and why they were not greeted as liberators, as they planned the invasion to rid Earth of “weapons of mass disintegration” which they refer to as “Operation Enduring Occupation” (in a reference to the 2003 invasion of Iraq). The segment ends with the camera pulling away from the smoking ruins of what was once Springfield, as the song “I Don't Want to Set the World on Fire” by The Ink Spots plays.

Treehouse Masters - References - Netflix