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Shotgun Pete's

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Shotgun Pete's
Shotgun pete's.png
Location Information
Town: Springfield
Use: Wedding chapel
Employees: Milford A. Alexander
Doris Troy
First appearance: "I Married Marge"

Shotgun Pete's is a 24-hour wedding chapel just over the state line where Homer and Marge got married. Weddings cost $20, photos cost $50.


Homer and Marge arrived at the chapel just as Cletus and Aline were getting married. Straight after the marriage, the minister called for the next couple, who were Homer and Marge. They walked along the aisle, while Doris Troy played "Bridal Chorus" on a synthesizer.[1]


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Shotgun Pete's
Image Cost Build time Reward Sell price Conformity increase Availability Unique? Dimensions - D x W
Shotgun Petes.png Cash.png67,150 4h XP.png6,715 Cash.png16,787 Obedience +10 Level 57
Old Gray Marriage Pt. 4
Tapped Out Tick.png 8 x 4
Task Time Reward Cash.png/h XP.png/h
Marrying Binge Drinkers 6h Cash.png120, XP.png12 Cash.png20 XP.png2
Internal Name Groups Tiles ID
ShotgunPetes Misc Cash Grass, Dirt 130002

Behind the Laughter[edit]

In the early drafts of the script it was named Lucky 7 Wedding Chapel which is what it is named in The Simpsons Uncensored Family Album.

The name is a play on shotgun wedding, an expression for a hurried wedding because of the bride's pregnancy, and the real life casino Whiskey Pete's in Primm, Nevada right on the border with California. The casino complex also has the Bonnie and Clyde death car as a permanent exhibit.[2]