Such was the case on The Simpson's 21st annual Treehouse of Horror 's "Tweenlight" tale, which featured the Harry Potter star spoofing the Twilight heartthrob as a high school-aged vampire named Edmund who woos Lisa with his bus-stopping swagger.
"Let us move throughout the trees like a bat does…by jumping," Edmund says before whisking Lisa away.
In a truly horrifying fashion (well, for The Simpsons), Edmund flashes his fangs, scales trees and buildings and even brings his trumpet-playing Count Dracula dad over to dinner at the Homer and Marge's, where they all feast on stuffed Flanders.
But not even a meal could keep things kosher in thisTwilight spoof. Things go awry when Lisa decides she doesn't want to be an 8-year-old vampire for the rest of eternity.
Radcliffe wasn't the only star to make an appearance on the show; House's Hugh Laurie also made the rounds as a castaway that Homer and Marge rescue while vacationing on their second honeymoon.