Hopefully, I got the number right that time.
Intro: Nice parody, quite funny.
G-G-Ghost D-D-Dad: Quite fun, good jokes ('Do you have to speak like that?', 'I'm not running for Jesus', 'Well I'll be damned'). One thing that really annoys me about it is how Marge seems almost unaffected by Homer's death. No tears at all and only a few sad looks. And the pace is way too fast, but I know it can't really be helped
Scary Tales Can Come True: Great concept, decent enough execution. A few good jokes, with Moe and of the course, the whole George Cauldron thing. Really average.
Night Of The Dolphin: Hmm, it attempts to be a 'body count' movie, which it is so not that it seems really out of place. I think they piled on loads of gore and deaths for shock value, which worked on me when it first came out. The whole thing was a bit of a crap idea, they could of made some parts better. Lenny's death is meant to be a Jaws parody (according to Beyond Forever). They should've done the parody well, using identical shots to the movie and not seeing the dolphins, as in Jaws, would've made it a lot scarier. I also hate Homer offering Lisa to the dolphins. *Sigh*, I prefer it when he tries to play hero, like in Dial 'Z' For Zombies. A pretty crappy segment.
Overall: Average-ish, first of the 'not so great' THOH episodes, but by no means bad. It's between this and XIII for the best post-THOHX THOH episode. I don't normally give grades, but what the hell, B-