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| Jelly monster
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The jelly monster is a monster made out of jellied cranberry sauce.
When Bart and Milhouse tried to replicate a can of Bog Queen Jellied Cranberry Sauce aboard the Humanity's Hope, it gained sentience. Milhouse tried to pet it but it ripped out the bones from Milhouse's arm and ate them. Bart and Milhouse then ran to Lisa and Nelson and told them about the monster. As Lisa tried to explain that the monster likely only attacked as Bart and Milhouse were the aggressors, the monster ripped out Nelson's skeleton and ate it.
The monster then attacked the dining hall full of children, killing them all and devouring their bones. As Bart, Lisa and Milhouse hid in a storage cupboard, Martin found them and told them that he had hacked an escape pod. He led them to a room with a giant can in, which the jelly monster was currently inhabiting. Martin then locked the door and broke the controls to it. He then went on to explain that the jelly monster was the perfect organism and that he admired it. Martin then gave himself to the jelly monster, getting devoured by it.
Milhouse then decided that the monster was just scared and tried to comfort it. The monster then grabbed Milhouse and started swinging him around. Bart and Lisa used this as an opportunity to knock its can into the airlock, with the monster following it. They tried to jettison the monster, but it grabbed hold of the ship and ripped part of it away, causing the ship to crash into a nearby planet. The jelly monster's body rained from the sky and got ready to attack the Simpsons, when a tribe of aliens came along with bowls, which the monster jumped into, as it only wanted to be a side dish. The Simpsons and the aliens then ate a Thanksgiving meal with cranberry sauce from the monster.