Day 9 of 35
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A blog dedicated to the popular mobile game, The Simpsons: Tapped Out
Level 33 starts off with a new quest line centered around Springfield’s finest (and only) police force. You’ll need to train your officers if you want to take on the seedy underbelly of this growing city. This is just the first chapter of a four part story which also includes Unusual Suspects, Springfield Confidential, and Crackdown.
Snake: I’m totally going to get past the museum’s alarms and armed guards to steal the famous Star of Ogdenville Diamond!
Snake: But first, I’ll need caffeine and junk food to get me pumped up for this legendary heist!
Apu: Chief Wiggum, my store has been violated yet again! What steps are you going to take?
Wiggum: I’m not about the past, Apu. I’m all about what the future holds.
Wiggum: And I see my future holding that box of donuts and a free pineapple Squishee.
Apu: This is unacceptable! Criminals run willy-nilly in this town and the police do nothing.
Apu: I’m going to call newsman Kent Brockman and have him perform an exposé!
Wiggum: What kind of exposé?
Wiggum: *gasp* No need for that! I’ll round up the troops.
Wiggum: I’ll even get the S.W.A.T. van back… which I borrowed to take my gym equipment to the dump.
Wiggum: Eddie & Lou, good to have you back.
Wiggum: Everyone’s been complaining about police responsiveness, so we need to really put on a show for the people.
Eddie: What, like “Avenue Q”?
Wiggum: No, you idiot. Where would we get money for that quality of puppets?
Wiggum: Now, I don’t want to do a lot of patrolling because there’s no guarantee anyone will see us doing it.
Wiggum: So I’m setting up a physical training exercise.
Wiggum: That way the citizens will have something to watch… and that something will be Eddie coughing up a lung.
Wiggum: Bad news. Quimby’s jumped on this ridicu Lou’s “let’s catch criminals” bandwagon.
Wiggum: He wants more results than Eddie going down a belt size from all that wall exercise.
Lou: Maybe we could go over some old cold cases and make some actual arrests.
Wiggum: Hmm, cold cases reminds me of other cold things… like milkshakes.
Wiggum: Lou, hit those files. Eddie, let’s see if we can eat you back into those size 36 pants.
Eddie: Chief, I got a read — some local farmers filed a complaint that Cletus is brewing moonshine.
Wiggum: Well, you know how farmers love to complain. They’re rolling in watermelon and chicken, but all they do is whine, whine, whine.
Lou: Maybe we should have a conversation with Cletus to check it out anyway.
Wiggum: Ugh, fine. Police work is the part of this job I hate.
Lou: So Chief, did you get any leads from Cletus on the moonshine?
Wiggum: Ish all under control! I brought back a few jugs of hish stuff to make sure Cletus don’t, don’t, doesn’t sell them.
Wiggum: He’s orry, so we’re not preshing chargesh.
Lou: But Chief!
Wiggum: Help me get ‘em inside. I’m a little unsteady on my feet. And I think I’m… yesh! I’m starting to go blind.
Homer: Marge! Flanders’ wifi is out again, so I can’t watch Netflix!
Marge: Well I’m not asking him to turn his modem on and off again – it’s embarrassing. Have you seen Bart?
Homer: I saw him with Milhouse. They were unsupervised, so I’m sure they’re fine.
Marge: Go find him. I don’t want him to get in trouble with the authorities again.
Marge: He’s already got two strikes against him… and God knows how many foul balls.
Homer: Fine, I’ll go look for him… as far as you know.
Marge: What was that?
Homer: Nothing. Love you, sweetie.
Continues with Unusual Suspects Pt. 1 – 3 and Moe Town