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The Simpsons: Tapped Out/Transcript

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The Simpsons: Tapped Out
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Transcript Information
Transcribed by: Randomno


[A large shadow starts to zoom over Springfield. Ned is taking a walk, the shadow moves over him. He looks overhead]

Ned: D-what? [bumps into a tree] Oof!

[Scene switches to Springfield Elementary School. Nelson is giving Martin a wedgie. Janey Powell is skipping, Becky Shorter and Lewis Clark are bouncing a ball to each other. The shadow comes, the pupils look up.]

Martin: [whimpers]

Nelson: Huh?

[The shadow comes over to Hans Moleman who is feeding birds. He looks up and rubs his glasses. They crack.]

Hans: Oh, dear.

[The shadow goes over to the Simpson's house, and is picked up by a massive finger. Homer is inside lying on the couch, drinking Duff and possibly watching TV.]

Homer: I'm outside? Where'd inside go? [the shadow comes over him] WAAAH!

[Homer starts running, the couch is destroyed by the finger. Homer starts running across some grass.]

Homer: [worried panting, finger comes down] Aah! [panting continues, finger comes back down] Hup!

[Homer runs along, The First Church of Springfield is placed in front of him, he screams. The same happens for the Kwik-E-Mart, and Springfield Elementary School. Homer looks up.]

Homer: Wah! Why are you doing this to me?

[Screen zooms out to see a seemingly giant Homer playing on a small electrical device.]

"Giant" Homer: Because, if I tap you ten times in this game, I get free donuts.

"Normal" Homer: [slightly sadly] Are you saying I'm not real? I'm just a character in a game, [happily] and there are free donuts?!

"Giant" Homer: Mm-hm.

"Normal" Homer: Let's do this, giant me!

[The screen changes to a poster of the game.]

Squeaky-voiced teen: Download The Simpsons: Tapped Out for free, and tap Homer ten times in a row, and in addition to the in-game donuts, you'll receive a special bonus decoration!

[Screen changes to "Giant" Homer tapping "Normal" Homer. Donuts appear at each tap.]

"Normal" Homer: Heh heh heh heh! Heh heh heh! Heh heh heh heh heh heh heh heh heh!

"Giant" Homer: This game is life ruiningly fun!

Halloween trailer transcript[edit]

The Simpsons: Tapped Out
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Transcript Information
Transcribed by: Phinbart
[Homer is at the power plant. There is a fire outside his workstation. An alarm sounds.]
Homer: Uh-oh!
[Cut to a view of the town - which blows up. Cut to a view of The Simpsons: Tapped Out on the myPad Homer is holding. Homer taps it.]
Narrator: The Simpsons: Tapped Out -
[Cut to a close-up of Homer's myPad.]
Narrator: Now with zombies.
[Cut to a view of The Simpsons: Tapped Out on the myPad Homer is holding.]
Homer: Ah!
[Cut to a close-up of the myPad again.]
Narrator: Aliens!
[Cut to Homer.]
Homer: [louder] Ah!
[Cut to myPad. Devil Flanders is walking next to the Heck House (the church).]
Narrator: Devil Flanders!
[Cut to Homer.]
Homer: [louder] Ah!
[Cut to myPad. Normal Flanders is walking next to his house.]
Narrator: And Normal Flanders!
[Cut to Homer.]
Homer: [screams]
[Cut to the Tapped Out loading screen. Thunder sounds - and it turns into the Halloween-themed loading screen.]
Narrator: The scariest thing to happen to your phone since your mom learned to text!
[Thunder sounds and Homer turns into a skeleton. Text appears under "The Simpsons" logo, saying "ALL NEW SUNDAYS ONLY ON FOX".]

E3 teaser trailer - iOS mobile[edit]

The Simpsons: Tapped Out
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Transcript Information
Transcribed by: Frederick
Narrator: Team up with Homer to build the Springfield of your dreams.
Narrator: Because doesn't that sound more fun than whatever you've got going on in the real-world?
Narrator: It sure does to Homer...