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Dora the Endorser
Lunchlady Dora Icon

Level

52

Release Date

May 6, 2015

Number of Quests

7

Premium Side Quest

Sushi Ralph

Preceded By

The Ungrateful Dead

Succeeded By

Higher Class of Politics

Dora the Endorser is the main questline for the Level 52 content update that was released on May 6, 2015.

QuestsEdit

Quest Requirements Time Reward Triggered By
Dora the Endorser Pt. 1 Build Springfield Slaughterhouse 24h Cash100, XP10
Unlock: Lunchlady Dora
Kent Brockman
Dora the Endorser Pt. 2 Make Dora Work a Nursing Shift 60m Cash100, XP10 Skinner
Dora the Endorser Pt. 3 Make Lisa Protest the School Menu
Make Lunchlady Dora Serve Lunch
12h
4h
Cash100, XP10 Lunchlady Dora
Dora the Endorser Pt. 4 Make Dora Find Ingredients
Make Parents Eat Cafeteria Food (x10)
8h
4h
Cash100, XP10 Lisa
Dora the Endorser Pt. 5 Make Parents Pack Lunches (x5) 2h Cash100, XP10 Skinner
Dora the Endorser Pt. 6 Make Dora Grind Gym Mats
Make Dora Mash Insects
Make Lisa Spy on Dora 's Operation
12h
8h
8h
Cash100, XP10 Lunchlady Dora
Dora the Endorser Pt. 7 Make Students Eat Cafeteria Food (x5) 60m Cash100, XP10 Kent Brockman

DialogueEdit

Dora the Endorser Pt. 1Edit

StartEdit

Character Dialogue
Brockman Icon "Kent Brockman, reporting live on the scene of my own studio with this urgent report!"
Brockman Icon "Outbreaks of bird flu, swine flu, and the once thought to be impossible hybrid – flying pig flu – are sweeping the nation, shutting down the town's restaurant industry."
Brockman Icon "In the face of catastrophe, Krusty, can you tell us how your restaurant is coping?"
Krusty Annoyed Icon "This wouldn't have been a problem if we were allowed to switch to all B.E.E.F. patties."
Brockman Icon "Don't you mean “beef”?"
Krusty Icon "No, B.E.E.F. Byproducts of Endangered Entrails of…you know what, let's leave it a mystery."
Krusty Happy Icon "The upside is we're taking matters into our own hands and building a good old-fashioned slaughterhouse to produce our M.E.A.T. locally."

EndEdit

Character Dialogue
Lunchlady Dora Icon "The slaughterhouse and Springfield Elementary have a lot in common."
Lunchlady Dora Icon "For example, neither perform background checks."

Dora the Endorser Pt. 2Edit

Character Dialogue
Skinner Icon "It's great to have you back in the kitchen, Dora. The children were growing suspicious after a week straight of “Bring Your Parents' Lunches To School Day"."
Lunchlady Dora Icon "I'm happy to be back."
Lunchlady Dora Icon "Sorry, what I meant to say was I'm back."
Skinner Happy Icon "That's the spirit! We also need someone to fill in as school nurse. You up for the job?"
Lunchlady Dora Icon "Can I steal all the tongue depressors I want?"
Skinner Happy Icon "If that number is less than three, then yes!"

Dora the Endorser Pt. 3Edit

Character Dialogue
Lunchlady Dora Happy Icon "It's your lucky day kids! We've got an all meat menu provided directly from the Springfield Slaughterhouse."
Lisa Shocked Icon "But what are vegetarians supposed to eat?"
Lunchlady Dora Icon "I dropped a few cigarettes in the pot. Tobacco's a plant."
Lisa Icon "Why don't you put something nutritious on the menu? Like baby carrots."
Lunchlady Dora Icon "How about I meet you halfway with baby cow? Veal's nutritious and delicious. And not nutritious."
Lisa Shouting Icon "That's disgusting!"
Lisa Smug Icon "Good thing I never leave home without my Malibu Stacy “Mouthy B” portable protest kit."

Dora the Endorser Pt. 4Edit

StartEdit

Character Dialogue
Lisa Angry Icon "Principal Skinner, the national standard for school lunches demands a balanced meal. Does a diet of all meat, all the time sound balanced to you?"
Skinner Icon "According to this food pyramid it does."
Lisa Nagging Icon "That's just a pile of raw meat on your desk!"
Skinner Icon "Our new nurse, Dora, already branded her stamp of approval into this pyramid."
Lisa Icon "Well if you believe it's so nutritious, you won't mind me inviting all the parents in town to sample this disgusting slop?"
Lunchlady Dora Icon "Disgusting Slop was yesterday. Today is Disgusting Slop Surprise."

Jobs StartedEdit

Character Dialogue
Homer Mouthfull Icon "Is this the slop they've been feeding our kids? And more importantly, are there seconds?"
Marge Sad Icon "“Salisbury steak now with 100% less Salisbury"? "Chicken nuggets now with 20% more chicken face”? I don't like the sound of any of this."
Mrs. Muntz Icon "If my boy keeps gettin' steak at school, pretty soon he'll think he's too good for the rest of us."
Ned Icon "Frankly I think the word meat should be forbidden from school entirely. It's too sexual."
Helen Lovejoy Icon "I'm not joining this campaign just because I like shouting slogans... but FIX IT OR NIX IT!"

Dora the Endorser Pt. 5Edit

StartEdit

Character Dialogue
Skinner Icon "Young lady, this is no place for independent thought and creative problem solving – this is a school!"
Lunchlady Dora Annoyed Icon "All the parents are riled up, but where am I supposed to find fruits and vegetables? They don't grow on trees!"
Lisa Icon "You could try increasing the budget."
Skinner Icon "Are you kidding? I can't even afford the red ink we need to tell us how in debt we are."
Lisa Nagging Icon "Healthy eating is an important part of children's growth. It's like art or music."
Skinner Icon "Of course – just like art or music! I'll cut lunches entirely!"

Jobs StartedEdit

Character Dialogue
Bernice Hibbert Angry Icon "As a working mother, I never thought I would have to stoop so low as working as a mother."
Luann Sad Icon "Doing this day in and day out has started to take a toll on my notes to Milhouse: “I packed extra cookies. I hope you choke on them. Love, Mom.”"
Marge Sad Icon "Homer keeps eating the lunches I pack the kids. I tried decoy lunches, but he got those too. Same for the hidden lunches, backup lunches, and emergency lunches."
Helen Lovejoy Angsty Icon "Won't somebody please think of the parents!"

EndEdit

Character Dialogue
Wiggum Sad Icon "Ah jeez, Ralphie. The evidence closet is all out of peanut butter and jelly taken from the scene of the Sandwich Strangler murders. What else do you want?"
Ralph Icon "How about sushi? It's like your body is a stream and the fish are swimming down it."
Wiggum Icon "Sushi, eh? Well as long as it can stay in an unrefrigerated sack for five hours, it's fine by me."
Take a look at what's on the menu for Ralph at the Happy Sumo. Complete Akira's quests to find out!
 
— In-Game Message


Dora the Endorser Pt. 6Edit

StartEdit

Character Dialogue
Lunchlady Dora Icon "Parents! I spent all night slaving away in the school kitchen and I've come up with an affordable meat-based recipe."
Homer Mouthfull Icon "Mmmm! This is both unusual and delicious! And I should know, I once ate a frozen pizza with the wrapper still on."
Luigi Icon "Mama-mia! This is good enough to serve at my restaurant. And no, I don't have a child -- I thought this was a meet-up for single Italians."
Lisa Angry Icon "But what about me, what about my dietary needs?"
Homer Sarcastic Icon "Please Lisa, this isn't about you. Who even remembers how this all started."
Lisa Shouting Icon "I started it. I called you all in. This is completely about me!"
Homer Serious Icon "Lisa, there's no me in meat. Now apologize to Dora – I'm sure whatever she made this food out of is as healthy and nutritious as it is cheap."

EndEdit

Character Dialogue
Lisa Angry Icon "Apu! No one understands my choice to be a vegetarian. Why won't they listen?"
Apu Icon "I learned long ago to accept people as they are without judgment, and to ignore all those meat-eating imbeciles."
Lisa Annoyed Icon "Huh. Then maybe I won't tell them that the lunch lady is feeding kids a mix of old gym mats and bugs."
Apu Icon "Disgusting…and intriguingly cost efficient. Do you think she'll share her recipe?"
Lisa Angry Icon "I can't do it. I can't stand by and let my fellow students eat gym mats. I must report this to the press."

Dora the Endorser Pt. 7Edit

StartEdit

Character Dialogue
Brockman Icon "I'm Kent Brockman covering this hour's scandal of the century."
Brockman Icon "Dora, is it true that you've been feeding Springfield Elementary children a mix of gym mats and bugs?"
Lunchlady Dora Icon "No, Kent. It's also 10% pencil shavings."
Brockman Icon "What about all the free meat from the Springfield Slaughterhouse?"
Lunchlady Dora Icon "We had to sell it, along with that patch of fertile soil located behind the school and our robust seed collection, to afford enough gym mats and insects husks."
Brockman Icon "Well there you have it – a problem without a solution. It'll be interesting to see how Springfield parents react, but not as interesting as this next clip of me jet skiing."

EndEdit

Character Dialogue
Bart Annoyed Icon "Lisa, of all the mysteries you've solved, this is the one I most wished you hadn't."
Lisa Deadpan Icon "The truth hurts. But I am surprised how little parents seem to care that kids are eating grasshoppers and old wrestling mats."
Homer Icon "Lisa, raising kids is a lot like rear-ending a car in a grocery store parking lot. If no one sees it, it's a victim-less crime."
Lisa Alarmed Icon "Dad, did you rear-end someone in a parking lot?"
Homer Icon "Not that anyone saw. Now pass the Malk!"

GalleryEdit

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