| The Landfill of Forbidden Toys
| Comic Story information
The Landfill of Forbidden Toys is a The Simpsons Winter Wingding story that appears in The Simpsons Winter Wingding #4.
The toymakers at Krustyco hold a board meeting to share the newest toys they made. One man suggests the Krustybot which transforms into a Cadillac Escalade, which Krusty dismisses as being too 1983. Another man suggests a little Krusty action figure, which, when water is poured on it, it grows instantly to become a larger Krusty. The EPA (Environmental Protection Agency) rushes in, and tells Krusty that it has many ecological violations such as Dioxins, Chlorides, Animal Feces, Mercury, 'Likelihood of electric shock', Fire Hazards, and Acids. The EPA claimed that the lead paint they used was radioactive lead paint, and that that Krustyco toy assemblers in China violated quantity. The Krusty toys were thrown in a landfill and sealed by concrete. It snows a huge amount, and all of the kids' parents fail to get them presents. The snow melts causing the Krusty figures to grow. The landfill breaks at the force of the toys and the Krusty toys and the other violated toys rain and the kids get their toys. Bart comments "It just goes to show, Lisa, nothing ever ruins Christmas!" while the EPA helicopters hover above.